Our Deepest Condolences and Prayers for Cioci Theresa. She always had a great smile and laugh I shall always remember.
When I was a kid, I stayed at your house in Kearny on Beech Street, yellow house if I recall, with all of you for a week or so because my mother had some type of surgery.
I think I was around 8 years old. I remember how Cioci Theresa made sure I was comfortable, fed, got off to Roosevelt School, and did my homework. I even remember playing catch with Uncle Andy in the driveway.
Thank you Cioci Theresa for taking care of me. I didn’t understand it then, however as I got older, I realized how blessed I truly was.
Cioci Theresa came to my 40th birthday party. She gave me a Statue of an “Eagle”Flying Proud. That Eagle sits atop my bedroom dresser. We used that Eagle even for my son’s Eagle court of honor celebration. It will always remind me of her.
My last conversation with Cioci Theresa was at Uncle Frank’s 4th of July party, the summer before. We spoke in detail about her life, our family tree, and I was so happy to have that conversation with her.She will be missed and never forgotten. God Bless Cioci Theresa, Love Donny Jr, Despina, Ryan, Karisa and Katie Taggart