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Re: Family from East Boston and Woburn Mass
Posted by: Lisa Albanese Date: October 22, 2001 at 15:42:43
In Reply to: Re: Family from East Boston and Woburn Mass by LARRY ALBANESE of 246

Wow! Seven grandchildren, I bet they do keep you busy. My Mom has two granddaughters, from my brother Rick and his wife Rose (who was doing the previous postings). I don't know if you remember all my brothers, but Rick was the third oldest. Michael (the oldest), and Randy (the fourth oldest) are doing fine. Unfortunately my brother Jeff(second oldest) passed away less than a year ago.

My Mom is doing fine, and looks great, and when I told her that I found this site, she got really excited, and started telling me stories "from the old days..."

Earlier this year my Grandmother passed away (Pearl Mangone), and my Mom and I went back to Boston, and cousin Clair got in touch with my Mom (they hadn't spoken in several years), and they spoke, and I believe they have been in contact via postal mail. I don't know if you or Bucky keep in touch with her, but she is doing fine.

I am glad to hear that you and Kathy are doing well. If you think about it, you'll have to ask Patsy if she remembers me. How many of your seven grandchildren belong to her?

Love, Lisa


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