Thursday will be one month since Alfred Ina passed away

Hi Joey

My mother, Irene Shaker, wanted me to send information to you on my uncle who passed away last month.  She would like for you to share it on your site, Good Morning Gloucester.  She enjoys your blog and reads it faithfully.  Below is a paragraph on my uncle as well as a photo.  Please let me know if you need anything else.

Thanks you.

Elaine Parisi

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Thursday will be one month since Alfred Ina passed away, leaving a terrible void in the Ina family.  Al grew up in Magnolia and was a 1955 graduate of Gloucester High School.  He attended Miami University and began his career as a hair stylist in New York City, eventually opening a shop in Magnolia next to his mother’s elegant boutique, Ina’s of Magnolia on Lexington Avenue.  Al enjoyed his clients from all over Cape Ann.  He eventually retired to West Palm Beach until moving to Columbus, Ohio last year to be near family.  

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  • Al was my Mother and Aunt Shirley’s best friend. He will always be in our hearts. Love the Michael Family from Rowie’s Daughter Pam

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    • Thank you Pam. I remember your mom and last saw her at my grandmother’s funeral five years ago. My uncle loved visiting with her and your family.

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  • KATHERINE GARVEY KAPLAN, NEW YORK

    ALFRED WAS A GENTLEMAN WITH MANY QUALITIES OF HIS CLASSY MOTHER WHO HE LOVED DEARLY. MAY WE SHARE THE THOUGHT THAT HE RESTS IN PEACE AND MAY OUR HEARTS BE FILLED WITH BEAUTIFUL MEMORIES.

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