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1513) matty 
sulkel@aol.com
Location:
long beach,ny
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11-14-2006 05:44 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

does any one remember a soft ball team called the braves.They played out of coffee st. park around 47to 1952

b en butler 11-14-2006 07:20 PM
Matty/Ben The Braves. I remember there were guys in the Hook with their Uniforms walking arounsd the neighborhood. i can recall they had an Indian on their Baseball Jerseys with a couple of feathers sticking up in the air on the shirts. Roy Caputo would know and Bobby Peterson may have played for them. They would go into the candy store across from the Dump.

Roy Caputo 11-16-2006 07:39 AM
Matty/Ben..I tell you I don't remember the Braves softball team. I do remember the Braves baseball team which my cousin Blackie played for. It included guys like Seto, one of the Gagliardo brothers and some real good players from the Hook. When they won they would ride through the neighborhood on the back of an old truck like they won the pennant. I think the truck belonged to Mr.Perensino. I met Mike Perensino one day and wanted to bring that up but forgot. Also here's a Fr. Moroney story. I'm standing in the sacresty with my brother waiting for my bride to show. Fr. Moroney say's I can't marry you. Your girlfriend's not catholic. So the church is full with family and friends... the hall is paid for...The cars are paid for and now you tell me you can't marry us. I wanted to say are you out of your f-in mind. But he would of kicked the shit out of me. I tried to explain she was babtised at the age of 12 so he had to look further in the books. I don't remember how I convinced him but he performed the ceremony. But...whenever I look at the wedding album which my wife still puts on the table every Oct.17 you could see Fr. Moroney "ain't" happy.

Ben Butler 11-16-2006 09:50 PM
Roy you got Maroney right. He was not the nicest person. Today he would be called a mean
"what ever" but didn't I know YOU would know who the BRAVES were. I kinda remembeer the truck and coming up with who owned it is amazing. Do I get a prize for this info. Soft ball, hardball who knew...
I only remember the Indian Head logo floating around the Hood.
I see from my last blurb I got the "no good deed wrong" .I guess with Holy Cross in the picture "dead" was on my mind.
Hey how about a post of your wedding picture and the guests.
What about it Roy. Bust it out of the album. Sofar we have gone from Buckey to Baseball and it's just great.Keep those cards and letters comin.

Happy Thanksgiving every one.
PS; Does anyone have any stories about Williams Ice Cream Parlor and Big George Meyers. I worked with him after Scotty went into the Navy
He had a big heart. He was a bit reserved but such a good man when you got to know him.
HE DID A LOT FOR SEVERAL GUYS WHEN THEY DIDN'T HAVE MONEY IN THEIR POCKET FOR A CUP OF COFFEE AND NEVER SAID A WORD.. I can't tell you the times he made me an ice cream soda on the arm.

Millie hutchinson 11-19-2006 08:24 AM
ANYONE REMEMBERING A GREAT BASEBALL TEAM IN THE LATE 50,S TO 1960 CALLED THE ACES? tHEY PLAYED AT Coffey park

Ben Butler 11-19-2006 10:05 PM
Millie the closest I can get to them is the Four Aces with Al Albert in the lead appearing at the Paramount,Singing "Honey in the Horn"

What was their big song. Sorry can't help you on the Coffey Park Ace's team. There were so many at that time. The guys that hung out in Doughertys (spelling?)SALOON ON RICHARD AND kING could make up 20 teams alone. And I think they did.

Billy (Gabby) Grant might know. Billy where are you. Billy could also play football bigtime. Ya Shudda turned pro.

HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE.
1512) Damon Tabor 
dmt2118@columbia.edu
Location:
morningside heights
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11-14-2006 04:41 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Greetings all:
I'm a journalism student at Columbia University and working on a story about Sunny's bar--I would be grateful for any and all stories Red Hook residents (present or past) feel like sharing, the further back in time the better.
Feel free to email me or send a phone number and I will call at a convenient time. Many thanks in advance.
Best,
Damon

madeline faiella 11-15-2006 06:38 AM
Damon Tabor,
What kind of stories do you want red hookers can give alot of them. All you have to do is ask or go down to 215 restururant and look at the pictures on the wall and ask question of the people and you will get many old stories about red hook

De Bock 11-15-2006 09:03 PM
Damon,
I can provide the history of Sunnys Bar old photos of the establishment from the good old days of the Bar. It has been in my family for over 100 years. Feel free to e-mail me at ChoiceFL@aol.com and I will give you my contact information.
Carol
1511) Eileen Coughlin 
GMCeileen@AOL.COm
Location:
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11-14-2006 04:39 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Hello
Would like to find Bobby Hawks
He had an Older brother I think his name
was Jimmy,he went in the Navy
Thanks
Eileen
1510) Tony Lopez 
tolo@optonline.net
Location:
Farmingdale N.Y.
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11-13-2006 05:42 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

St. Charles Chapel was located on President Street and Van Brunt Street.It was a very old chapel.It was demolished in the late 70's.

Lucille Pellegrino Lopez 11-14-2006 05:53 AM
St Charles Chapel was part of Sacred Hearts St Stephens Church - they would have the records relating to the chape.

Chatlie 11-15-2006 08:40 PM
My Mom and twin sister Ann and Caterine Laface got married in St Charles Chapel due to St Stevens fire . St Stevens church on Summit was destroyed by a fire in 1950

Lucille Pellegrino Lopez 11-16-2006 05:40 AM
I remeber standing on Hicks and President Streets watching the fire. I remember someone who who was nicknamed Frank Sinatra (because he sang) ran into the burning church to save the hosts.

babyann 11-16-2006 08:07 AM
Hi Cathrine, are yo related to Lavender Tompkins Place and Anthony La Face in Staten Island ???if so HELLO

babyann 11-16-2006 08:11 AM
All who remember St Charles really was that not a beautiful church I loved going to mass especially on Christmas Eve now that was a church not like today they are tooooo Modern those churches do not smell like a church I am sorry they torn it down as much as they tried we lost. That Church had a great history.
1509) Betty Grillo, Avigliano 
Betty1014@aol.com
Location:
Forked River, NJ
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11-12-2006 08:25 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Bill Sweeney,

There was a St. Charles Church on Warren Street between Court & Clinton. I used to go to bingo there. Don't know if it is still there.
Haven't been in that area for years

Bill Sweeney 11-13-2006 09:31 AM
Betty, I thank you for the information. I had never heard of that. Oddly enough I cannot find any Saint Charles Churches in the list of Catholic churches anywhere in the Brooklyn Diocese.

Bob Furtaw 11-13-2006 11:32 AM
There is a "Church of St. Charles Borromeo" at 21 Sidney Place, just off Clinton Street. This is probably what you are looking for.

Bill Sweeney 11-13-2006 06:34 PM
Bob, thanks, butI think that Saint Charles Borromeo is neart Myrtle Avenue and Clinton Avenue in Fort Green.

Fred Saez 11-14-2006 08:03 AM
Bill Sweeney, The Saint Charles Borromeo Church I know of is at 23 Sidney Place between Henry and Clinton Street in the Heights and has been there since 1849. Just walked past it last Sunday.

Fred Saez 11-14-2006 08:05 AM
Bill Sweeney, Oops sorry, the School is 23 Sidney Place, the church is 21.
1508) Madeline B 
mpole@earthlink.net
Location:
carroll gardens/red hook
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11-12-2006 10:23 AM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Hi Gail;
Sorry I havn't been on the sight,I've been very busy
How are things upstate?I sure do miss it.I do vist Gay and John I was there
for two weeks.Let me know when your in Newburg maybe we could get together. Email me lol

Tommy B. 11-12-2006 04:55 PM
Hi Mad ,welcome back. I've been trying to help Bill out also, if you back track to the entries in box 1491 you will see what I am talking about. I am glad to see someone from the family is back on the site, will talk soon. Take are luv ya!

Tommy B. 11-12-2006 04:58 PM
Sorry Mad, that is take care.

babyann 11-14-2006 07:52 AM
Hello Maddy and Tommy B glad to see you both on this site, well you two know I am busy with my new grandchild but I hope to see you both soon have a good Thanksgiving don't eat to MUCH dressing that goes with the Turkey and Pasta too! You know the rest pop pop fiz fiz what a releve it is.

Tommy B. 11-14-2006 01:36 PM
Hi Babyann & Mad F. I hope you are both enjoying the new edtions to your families. Now to change the subject a little lets get back to President St. like I talked about in the past, because between the both of you & my sister you all came from down below originally & should be familiar with St.Charles more then anyone. I talked about it in the past that between Columbia & Van Brunt on President St. there was only the Two florist,a couple of clubs & the store fronts where they did the straps & of course St. Charles,now help me out if I'm wrong. Now Mad F. talking about great nieces & nephews I think I'm up to 15. That is 9 boys & 6 girls & then there is Sal,Gina's son, who is my grea great Nephew. I only wish that I can see them more often especially the young ones, because they are so much fun to be around, my sister Madeline can verify that because half of them are her grandchildren lol, I'm lying only 5 are her grandchildren. I hope now that the Holidays are here the site can open up a little more with some of the names we heard a few months ago especilly my family. Take care,will talk soon.

babyann 11-15-2006 07:31 AM
Tommy B what are straps? for St Charles???? the only straps that I know of are "Bra"
My Mother & Yours and women in our neighborhood did they worked for extra money I know that is not what your talking about

babyann 11-15-2006 07:43 AM
Tommy B President St you forgot the restaurants too, there were 2 one near van brunt st. and the other near columbia st. on the corner was a French Cleaners and of course the frankfooter man lets talk about Union St. with all its venders and stores Chicken Markets, Bacacla (fish) store, fresh bar butter and eggs, goldman, espito port store, pastry store, deli off the corner and the famous fruite & vegetable store

Tommy B. 11-15-2006 05:20 PM
Hi Babyann, I do remember the cleaners but not the restaraunts, I also remember the hot dog vendor ,his name was Louie & I remember him having a son who was a friend of mind, his name was Sally Chink. I have mentioned in the past that Louie was my cousin Robert Nardo's uncle & if anyone has heard from Sally Chink, every time I see Robert I forget to ask him about Sally .Now getting back to President St.the store fronts I mentioned was where they did have something to do with bra's. Also I do remember the pastry store, was it Chioffi or Barbaro's ! Now talking about St Charle's,it is to bad we cant get more info about it such as a name of a Priest or something like that.Now once again it was good hearing from you ,will talk soon,take care!

babyann 11-16-2006 08:18 AM
Tommy Sally Chink I saw years ago I like to know what's up with him too. It would be nice if they have another reunion with the guys my cousins from carroll st. and Butchie and Louie R (the lawyer)
1507) Madeline B 
mpole@earthlink.net
Location:
carroll gardens/red hook
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To Bill Sweeney;
I was reading that you are looking for a church that was located on president st? Yes it was near Van Brunt I think it was connected in some way with Sacred Hearts St. Stephens,located on Summitt St. The office is on Carroll St between Hick St. and Henry St.. Mother Carbrinie came from that parish.Phone number is 718-596-7750 Good Luck!

Bill Sweeney 11-12-2006 12:44 PM
Thank you Madeline. Yes, I did know that there was a Church on President Street, but when I started doing my genealogy I forgot it. I will have to call Saint Stephens to see what information I can get. We lived in Saint Mary's but had a good family who was a Priest there in the 1930s, Father Gorman. Thanks again, and best wishes.
1506) ed murphy 
es_murphy@verizon.net
Location:
carthage, ny
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11-11-2006 01:42 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Hi Diane Burban, i went to school with a Jean Burban, they lived over Mike's ice cream parlor at the crosstown bus stop on van brunt st. any relation? do you have an email address for Jean? thanks,

madeline faiella 11-11-2006 02:45 PM
Tommy B sorry that i haven't been on for awhile but my brother Matthew daughter just had a baby girl 8lbs that right 8lbs she is my great niece this makes 3 great nieces and 3 great nephews nice to see the family growing ..
today is saturday and i passed the VFW Post and they were having something going on for the Vet that fight in all the wars, why didnt they say something on the website we could of had a parade of some kind for our boys that fought for this country .

madeline faiella 11-12-2006 09:20 AM
To One and All
i want to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving this from my home to all of you out there in Brooklyn
1505) mike imbasciani 
mikepg94c@yahoo.com
Location:
bensonhurst
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11-10-2006 06:59 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

I just want to wish all you vets out there a happy veterans day. and a big prey for the fallen ones . i served in the u s navy amphious fleet. coastel river sqaudron 2. on the patrol gun boat 94. the uss. chehalis. that was Indian tribe in washington .frank latorre. was in boot camp that is the last time i saw him he was the painter son union st. i lived at 429 union.st. sister lucy franny there r more dont remember.35 years last time i saw him . if not for the life we spend and share the mems there must be a GOD . thank god for god. mike the hat.c u.
1504) peter 
peter@pastaol.com
Location:
st petersberg florida
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11-10-2006 08:27 AM  Write a comment Send E-mail

ROY.Ocourse them names ring a bell. i was thinking about your dad, just the other nightalong with mr baggs i really dont remember any of uncle joes and aunt mae kids

jb 11-11-2006 01:51 PM
peter do me a favor my mother was asking about u and your brothers she lives on ft. myers beach fla. would u call her she not feeling that well u would make her whole week 239 463 0133.god bless you hope too see u in the future.how is your father doing would love to see him take care j.b.

Roy Caputo 11-11-2006 02:25 PM
Hi Pete. To know Mr.Baggs I'm thinking your one of Red's son's. It's nice to know you were thinking of my Dad. This Nov. 21st will be 16 years since he passed away. I didn't know he was so popular. One day a few years ago I was down the Hook and met some people and all I kept hearing was "your Joe's son". My brother Anthony lives in Florida also. In a place called The Villages. He loves it down there. Take care Pete.

jb 11-12-2006 05:47 AM
by the way i seen every one of anthonys(sonny) movies
1503) Mary Ann (Sister) Solimine 
rico1136@aol.com
Location:
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11-10-2006 08:15 AM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Hi Everyone:
I was at Joan's (Pisano) wake last night and saw a lot of people from the Hook. Chico mentioned that Marianne (Auletti) had put a message on the board. I didn't make it to the Post reunion this year. Hope to see you all next September.
1502) Lucy (Lucille) Fraser Suarez 
starsaffireone@yahoo.com
Location:
Florida via RED HOOK
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11-10-2006 06:50 AM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Hello new friends & ole (NEVER OLD!!!!) LOL! Cheno & I are doing well... We hope you all are as well! We ould like to wish you all a wonderful & safe enjoyable Thanksgiving! The weather here in our neck of the woods has finnaly cooled off! YEAHHHHH! We are begining to feel viberent and alive again! It s been very cool at night (no problem for me!) and Sunny and in upper 70s to low eighties during the day! This is my favorite tme of year here in the lil apple! I know its suposed to be the lil orange but hey ! I am the one writing this! Be good to each other show your Loved ones you care! Help someone and dont brag about it! and mostly GOD BLES YOU ALL! Lucy the gal from 342 VAn Brunt St. & Cheno the guy from 149 Richard St. LOVE YAS! Lucy & Cheno
1501) howie mc comiskey & diane 
howdi212223@earthlink.net
Location:
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11-9-2006 07:07 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

Hi South Brooklyn more specifically Red Hook. I'm Diame McComiskey formally Diane Burban of 337 Van Brunt St. married to Howie McComiskey formally of 39 Dikeman St.. Before I continue my bio. I'd like to say hello to HARRY BOYLE,HOWIE GRAVES,HERMAN RIVERA,and ANTHONY DIVINCENZO (Chico). Howie and I are married for forty three yrs. and have three children and six grandchrildren. We lieved in S.I. for thirty five yrs. and have seen lots of people from Red Hook in that time,now retired we also live in Florida. Before I say good-bye, Howie would like to say hello to ROGER KENNEKE.

Louis Auletti 11-11-2006 07:21 PM
Hi Diane and Howie,
Diane we were in the same class in Visitation. Howie I remember you as having good wit and from the Dykes.

pat kruithoff 8-31-2009 04:26 AM
I lived at 337 van brunt st also, from 1959 to when they sold the whole sq block and built a school

pat kruithoff/bonito 10-1-2009 08:54 AM
I live at 337 also, you wer our landlords. Drugstore underneath. demolished building next to us. We had to move as the whole block was being demolished to build a school. This was the mid 60's, I think. Chickie was my mom, and Louis and Rudy Bonito were my grandparents
1500) LOU MORELLO 
nypd31904@optonline.net
Location:
MASSAPEQUA NEW YORK
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11-9-2006 04:28 PM  Write a comment Send E-mail

DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT CEMETERY REV MICHAEL MORONEY FORMERLY OF VISITATION PARISH IS INTERRED I WOULD LIKE TO PAY MY RESPECTS

Roy Caputo 11-9-2006 06:36 PM
Hello Lou. Fr. Moroney Is buried in Holy Cross Cemetery In Brooklyn. Take care.

ben butler 11-13-2006 01:18 PM
LOU & ROY FYI:
A Father Maroney Short Story.

One Day in November 1954/55 maybe Porkey Ambery asks me if I would help him paint Father Maroney's Mothers TV antenna. This sounded like a can of corn,just check out any Red Hook roof top... so away we go upstate New York one very cold Saturday morning. How bad could the job be, with a little Aluminum paint. No problem. Well Mrs. Maroney lived in the middle of the mountains Upstate and the antenna had an
8 foot square concrete base that does up at least 50 feet high into the air and comes to a point with a regular house antenna on the top.

It was not exactly as I thought it would be. No good dead ever goes unpunished, doubly so if you come from Red Hook.(Has anyone ever noticed that) We painted all day and finally finished in the late dark and windy evening, almost frozen to death. My fingers still don't work right after that job.

Lou...When youi visit Holy Cross remind the good Father about our good work. (on the arm), by the way.

His prayers may help get me past the Golden gate in the far distant future,I hope. Sorry I mean the Pearly Gate.
I already did the Golden Gate several times. Who knows I may see him myself. Holy Cross, It may well be my last know address too..

Fortunately traveling up and back in the car to the Hook I said noting knowing instinctively that if I did Father Maroney might just hold it against me.

At 6'5 by 280 lbs. he was not a man to cross.
Hey... We did learn Upstate Antenna painting though.

Brilliantly
Porkey advise that we should start rthe job at the top and work our way down. He was good with stuff like that.

See ya all

Benny Butler
Antenna paint work done cheap.
1499) peter 
past@aol.com
Location:
st petrersberg florida
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Too roy. i guess we are cousin and dont even know each other funny blackie was my uncle mollie my grandmother

Roy Caputo 11-9-2006 11:49 PM
Hi Pete.OK lets start from square one. If you are the son of Vickie or Red and lived down the Hook, does the names Uncle Joe and Aunt Mae ring a bell. I'm their oldest son. You may know my younger brother Anthony or my sister Theresa...If you are the son of Josie and Victor well they lived down the Hook for awhile then moved to Bensonhurst. So you pbobably wouldn't know me. Although I did have Josie and her boys in my car one day. Pete, get back to me. Looking forword to hearing from you. Take care.
1498) mike imbasciani 
mikepg94c@yahoo.com
Location:
bensonhurst
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Tommy b. can you give me alittle more about are you the oldest of gobalottos fam. my brother frank lefty. says hello from florida.on another note does anybody remember sloppy nicks. the best hero .was it . hey anthony yodice. are you out there. union st. softball ps 32s. tigers magic touch bar . Here is some trivia who remembers the bakerys name between 3rd and 2nd st on hoyt st. everyone went there for birthdaycakes. they were the best .if any can find sandy callendo tell mike says shake sandy shake.

Sid Weinman 11-8-2006 09:05 PM
Schneiders Bakery and was there fruit fillings delicious

Tommy B. 11-9-2006 12:09 PM
Hello again Mike, I am not Tommy Garbellotto, he is my unlce Augie's oldest son, my uncle also has two other sons Richie & Augie then there was Mikey Rabbit who passed away & you also knew him. As for who I I am, all you have to do is back track on this site & find out the people I have been associated with over the years then maybe we can relate better. Also while you are back tracking you can read the postings about Sloppy Nicks, it has been mentioned a numerous amount of times.Take care,will talk soon.
1497) peter 
past@aol.com
Location:
st petersberg florida
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Too roy caputo, how are you blackie ianno cousin

Roy Caputo 11-8-2006 05:48 PM
Hello Peter. My Mom and my Aunt Mollie (Blackies Mom) were sisters. We lived on the 2nd floor of 107 Walcott St. and my Aunt Mollie lived on the 3rd. Blackie would call me down on a Sat. morning and yell "get your glove" We would catch on Walcott St. until my glove hand was swollen.Later on in life he married Anna Bertucci from Pioneer St. I take it you knew Blackie. He was a great guy. And a great ballplayer. He was a big part of me growing up and learning to play. Take care.
1496) Fred Saez 
fred.saez@wsj.com
Location:
Manhattan
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This is for Bill Sweeney. There is a church on Sidney Place in Brooklyn Heights called St Charles Borromeo. Not far from where your family lived. Possibly, this is the St Charles church that your family attended in the 1800's. Here's their phone # 718-596-1362. They used to have a school also, not sure if they still do.

Charlie 11-8-2006 04:07 PM
Fred,
You said you hung around Degraw and Hoyt knew Bill Monks
Did you know anyone from Larry's cellar

Bill Sweeney 11-9-2006 09:16 AM
Thanks Fred. That is not the church that I am looking for. Someone on the site mentioned a Saint Charles Church on President Street. I do know that there had been a church there, but can't find any record of its existance. I guess that I will have to try Saint Pauls. Best wishes.

Tommy B. 11-9-2006 12:22 PM
Hello Bill, I did mention St Charle's on President St ,then I also mentioned St.Mary's Star of the Sea & Visitation, Once again, good luck!

Bill Sweeney 11-9-2006 06:25 PM
The 1st generation of the family in this country were married in Saint Paul's, and buried from Saint Paul's, and the oldest child was Baptized in Saint Paul's I thought that all the children would have been Baptized in Saint Paul's. There is no record of them either there or Saint Pater's. I know that they were not in Saint Mary's parish as they lived at 544 Hicks Street. Thanks, and best wishes.
1495) Anthony ( CHICO ) De Vincenzo 
anitade@optonline.net
Location:
Bethpage N.Y. 11714
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11-8-2006 10:23 AM  Write a comment Send E-mail

I just wanted people to know that my cousin Joan Pisano ( Champ's Wife )passed away this morning.

Casey's Funeral Home
350 Slossom Ave.
Staten Island N.Y. 10314
718-447-4242
Thursday and Friday
Funeral on Saturday

Rosario (Roy) Caputo 11-8-2006 11:00 AM
Sorry to hear about Joan. Knew Champ fairly well. He and Blackie Ianno ( my cousin) were about the two most well known ball players down the Hook. Please offer my condolences to the Family.

Bernard Avigliano 11-8-2006 11:56 AM
Chico, Sorry to hear about Joan, please give my condolonces to Champie. I would have come to the wake, but I am sick, with a urostimy and diabetes and is now scheduled for surgery once again.

Again, please give him my condolonces... Thank you

matthew martino 11-8-2006 10:19 PM
so sorry to hear about joan she was a nice lady i lived next door to her on pioneer st most of my life///god rest her soul

matthew martino 11-8-2006 10:20 PM
so sorry to hear about joan she was a nice lady i lived next door to her on pioneer st most of my life///god rest her soul

frank c 11-9-2006 04:36 AM
i remember champie, i dont think he knows me he played ball with my cousin camille. with or agains't frank

Mark Valenti 11-13-2006 01:03 PM
sorry to here about the passing of joan she was a good friend of the valenti family especially celia sorry that we did not here about this sooner but don't visit this site often the valenti's send there condolences to the family.
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Anyone remember the Baldasere family that owned a little candy store on Court between Kane and Baltic? The store was down a few steps and across the street from the College Bakery.

Giselle Baffi 11-11-2006 09:34 PM
Yes I remember that candy store very well. They had the best candy. That was in the 60's. I think it was called Mario's Candy Store. I lived at 173 Baltic between Clinton and Henry St. across from PS29's school yard.
I had family that owned 201 Baltic St.
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