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Around The Town With Lou

Editor’s Note: Lou Sanders, who has his journalism degree from NYU, and his wife, Grace, a graduate of Adelphi, founded the Mineola American in 1952, giving the village its first successful newspaper. Lou and Grace, a graduate of Adelphi University, have lived in Mineola for 60 years, and his popular column is a signature feature of this paper.

 

Seahawks and Broncos fans gathered together for the annual Super Bowl Breakfast of the Kiwanis Club. Among those we had a chance to talk to were Anne Marie and Joe Pratt, Robbin Valentine, Ed Schutz, the past president; Paul and Peggy May, Lois Hanson, Joao Encarnacao, Jade Marcus, Perri Schreiber, Madeline Maffetore, Joel and Helena Harris, Gabe Parajos, Janet Wohlars, Rich Forte, the president; Dan McCallister, Luisa Filipe, Jackie and John Carway, Cedric Brown, Joe Aiello, Claudia Miller, Nicole Degliomini, Tom and Lillian Rumore, John and Linda Cloghessy, Frank Donnelly, Paul Cusato, Bob Rosenthal, Russell Burcheri, Bill Greene, the president of the Chamber of Commerce; Judy Bosworth, the North Hempstead supervisor; Jeanne Morgan, Jo Anne and Tong Lettini, Dom Versace, Pat and Tom Genovese and Gwen and Andrew Tammaro. The breakfast of pancakes and sausages was delicious. In fact, many thought the breakfast better then the one-sided game.

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Pat Tobin has a great voice and sings at many events. He is active in the Ambulance Corp and was once a village board hopeful.

 

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Bill Sanders of Williston Park writes for a trade publication.

 

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Bill and Connie Altvater like to eat at Jonathan’s. Bill was a New York City cop.

 

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Marge Clark is a customer of the Cuttin’ Club. Her late husband, Tom, was in pest control.

 

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Maria Caracciolo of Garfield Avenue is retired from the import/export business. She helps her mom, Mary Zobel, who lives in East Williston and is 98 years old.

 

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Annmarie Dolce is a nurse at Winthrop University Hospital and her husband, Vinnie, is a New York City cop. They like the steaks at Café Sport.

 

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Rev. Patrick Callan is not a young man, but he has a strong voice and a rich Irish sense of humor. He is also a big baseball fan.

 

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Barbara Fitton brings her mom, Mary, of Mineola Boulevard, to Corpus Christi Church every Sunday.

 

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Jerry and Kathy Prizeman attend Corpus Christi Church. They live on College Avenue. Jerry is a retired accountant.

 

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Lou Palumbo has owned Gullwing Motors on Windsor Avenue for 38 years. He and Nancy live of Dow Avenue.

 

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The local St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday, March 2 will have a Mineola resident, Sean Treanor, as the Grand Marshal. Sean, of Birchwood Court, was born in Ireland. He joined the Irish American Society and worked his way up through the ranks. He attends Corpus Christi Church. In charge of the parade is another Mineola resident, Jeff Clark. The parade now goes through Mineola.