PLATTSBURGH — Gary and Kathleen DeCelle of Plattsburgh celebrated their 25th anniversary June 1 at a surprise party given in their honor at Meron’s by their children.
Gary DeCelle and Kathleen Young were married May 30, 1987, at the Royal Savage Inn, Plattsburgh by Justice of the Peace John Hay.
Gary DeCelle is a retired lieutenant from Clinton Correctional Facility. He is a parishioner of St. Peter’s Church; involved in the PTSD group, Team CRUSH (Correction Retirees United Strong Helping one another) to increase awareness of PTSD among correction workers, reduce stigma and effect policy change at the level of the DOCCS; enjoys NASCAR; and loves the New York Yankees.
Kathleen DeCelle is a retired steward from Moriah Shock ICF. She is a parishioner of St. Peter’s Church; member of Champlain Valley Quilters Guild; loves the New York Yankees; and enjoys taking pictures of family, friends and special occasions.
Their children are Tiffany Whittington of Plattsburgh; Shaun DeCelle of Fort Mill, S.C.; Adam Corrow of Burlington, Vt.; and Patrick Corrow of Altona. They have four grandchildren.
The DeCelles love spending time with their children and grandchildren.