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Boro’s brightest toast Dem leader and wife on their anniversary

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Justice Sylvia Ash and New York State Attorney General–elect Letitia “Tish” James.
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Former Borough President Marty Markowitz and his wife, Jamie.
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From left, Justice Mark Partnow, 59th Assembly District Leader Sue Ann Partnow, Justice Sylvia Ash, 44th Assembly District Leader Lori Citron Knipel, and Justice Lawrence Knipel.
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Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz and wife Vilma Huertas.
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Borough President Adams and Msgr. Jamie Gigantiello, pastor of Williamsburg’s Shrine Church of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel.
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New York City Taxi and Limousine Commissioner Thomas Sorrentino, Joni Yoswein, and attorney Frank Carone.
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Broadway Stages co-owner Tony Argento and wife, left, Borough President Adams, center, and Broadway Stages co-owner Gina Argento and husband John Ciafone, right.
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From left, Linda Abrams, attorney Bob Abrams, and Justice Laura Genovesi.
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Justice George Silver, center, was all smiles with two party guests.
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From left, Justice Bernard Graham, Justice David Vaughan, Justice Lawrence Knipel, Justice Mark Partnow.

Borough Wide

Ring the bells for Brooklyn Democratic Party boss Frank Seddio and his wife Joyce Becker-Seddio, who celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary at a swinging soiree this month.

Local political and community leaders joined friends and loved ones to mark the happy occasion and toast the happy couple.

Standing O wishes the couple many more decades of health and happiness!

Reach reporter Colin Mixson at cmixson@cnglocal.com or by calling (718) 260-4505.
Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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