Some favorite images from Tuesday night ‘s election event at City Hall were of the hopeful and pensive faces of friends and families waiting for results. Best wishes and congratulations to all the candidates for jobs well done!
Maria and Giuseppe Cracchiolo
Jamie, Connie, and Joe Orlando
Mayor Romeo Thekan and Joe Orlando
Bianca, Rosaria Floyd, Mayor Sefatia (holding the key to heaven), Joe Orlando, State Representative Ann Margaret Ferrante
Kathy and Dominic Nicastro
Snapshots from Friday night opening ceremony. I am mostly filming, but do manage to take a few photos. So many beautiful moments last night–I wish there was a simple way to film and take good quality photographs at exactly the same time.
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Excellent article in the Gloucester Daily Times, written by Sean Horgan, published December 12, 2013.
“Joe Orlando still wakes up in the night, when the wind is whistling, and wonders if he should go down to the Gloucester House and make sure the Padre Pio’s lines are secure.
There still are days when the longtime Gloucester fisherman, as if lured by something invisible and irresistible, finds himself heading toward the dock to check on his boat.
“I say to myself, ‘What am I doing’?” Orlando said.
He is doing what he’s done for the past 30 years, what he’s done since he bought the 65-foot steel fishing boat in 1983 in partnership with his sister Angela Sanfilippo and her husband John.
There’s only problem: Orlando no longer owns the Padre Pio.”
Read the full article here:
Displaced by Fishing War: Gloucesterman haunted by urge to go to sea and loss of vessel
Beautiful Padre Pio, Gloucester
More posts on GMG about the Padre Pio:
BANKING & BUSINESS – Discovering The History of Gloucester and Cape Ann Through It’s Family Businesses and Their Stories was an educational program recently held in Gloucester. The event was produced by the Family Business Association and sponsored by BankGloucester as part of a continuing education series for family business owners. Pictured (l to r): Mark Grenier, Vice President & Senior Commercial Banking Officer at BankGloucester, Joe Orlando, of Orlando & Associates and author of The Fisherman’s Son, and Bob Ryan, Principal of Ryan & Wood, Inc. Orlando and Wood served as panelist for the event.
ALL IN THE FAMILY…BUSINESS – Mark Grenier, Vice President & Senior Commercial Banking Officer at BankGloucester and Al DeNapoli, Partner at Tarlow, Breed, Hart & Rogers, PC at Discovering The History of Gloucester and Cape Ann Through It’s Family Businesses and Their Stories. The event, produced by the Family Business Association and sponsored by BankGloucester was one in a continuing series of educational programs for family business owners, and the first on the North Shore.