Web News January 2002
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Cantelmi Family News. Send me things via email. I will put them in the WP Cantelmi News. Web News Letter.
|Favorite Christmas Gifts
Hey Cousins - our favorite Christmas gifts for 2001.
Tony Magolon- Dean Martin, Italian Love song Cd and The Best of Italy CD.
Marci Magolon- Heated footbath/spa.
Kaitlyn and Cody Magolon - 14 foot Trampoline and net for the back yard.
Walt Okon - Motion Detector
Rosie Okon - Olympus D-510 digital camera
Aunt Jo - Having Roy and Linda here in Florida. My second favorite gift was a new bed!
Linda and Roy Peters - Our trip to Florida.
Georgia Cantelmi - George Forman grill.
R.D. Hall -A DELL computer I was so happy I did a dance. (Son of Cathy Cantelmi Hall)
Alan Okon, Sr - Attended Mid-night Mass
|Cantelmi Family Reunion.
family reunion is being planned for in Florida between 29 March and
07 April 2002. This should be the Easter break for the teachers and
the students. We are looking for your help and ideas.
|January HAPPY BIRTHDAYS
Eddie Brim 1-2-99
Jesse Rocco Loewry 1-6-98
Marci Magolon 1-19-?
John Magolon 1-20-42
JoAnn Farina-Cantelm 1-24-?
Louise Morley 1-25-61
Daniel Loewy 1-31-59
Linda and Roy traveled to Rockledge Florida to spend Christmas with Aunt Jo.
Cousin Bob and Georgia traveled all over Florida to see Georgia's Mom and to see their Grandson "RD"
|Cornelia Cantelmi & Mickolay
21 May 1943 Walter J. Okon was born to Cornelia and Mickolay or to Corny and Mick. This picture was taken in 1944. I am sure it was at the park in West Philadelphia.
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|Aunt Cornelia was
the third daughter of Louise and Jack Cantelmi. I remember something
about that they has an apartment about two blocks from Grandmom's house.
I think It was Aunt Nettie's and Uncle Franks Apartment; but, Uncle Frank
was in the US Navy. So, while Uncle Frank was away at sea,
Aunt Nettie and Jackie moved back into Grandmom's house. Uncle Frank
was in the US Navy during 1943 to 1945.
During their first years of marriage, Cornelia, I believe was an Office Clerk. Mickey was a welder at the Philadelphia ship yard. He welded the plates on the side of the ships. He had to work on a scaffold suspended on the side of a ship high off the ground. I know he was afraid of hights. He told me of the times that men working on the ships had fallen off the scaffold to their death. In later years, Dad would not even climb a ladder.
It was some time after the World War II that GrandPop was able to get
Mickey Okon a job at Westinghouse as a welder. Westinghouse
provided advanced Welding training and Mickey became an atomic Welder.
He did the welding on the nuclear reactors on US Nuclear ships.
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