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DAD's Love

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S: Mark Zaccone ... "Dad"

BC: It's The Little Things In Life That Matter | Thanks for carrying them, loving them, and being their DAD!

FC: " A father's love warms the heart of his children forever."

1: Adam's Baptism 1994 God Parents Tom and Joe | Paul's Baptism 1996 God Parents Joel and Paula

2: Daddy's Little Man Adam Born July 30, 1996

4: Dancing with Dad

6: Mark is a wonderful father. Always playing, lending a hand, teaching and loving.

7: Chasing, camping, skiing, swimming, carrying, carrying, carrying...

8: A Bundle of Joy\ Paul is Born July 17, 1996

12: Like father, like son. Napping, eating, golfing, bathing.

13: Always there, for hugs and more carrying.

14: Easter, Halloween and Thanksgiving

15: Dear Santa, I want one of everything

16: "To the world you might be one person, but to one person you might be the world."

20: A truly rich man is one whose children run into his arms when his hands are empty.

21: { | { | LOVE

22: Coaching... Coaching...

24: GO TEAM! | Mark

25: Hit one out of the park!

26: so many | Each memory we keep with care means future happiness to share. 2003


28: Vacation Camping Colorado Visiting Mount Rushmore 2003

30: 2004

31: The Zaccone Boys | Turns 2005

32: DC and Carolina

33: Wyoming- Yellow Stone Park

35: 2006 turns 2007

37: Italy 2007

38: 2008 Turns 2009

39: Wings... | 2010

40: Alaska Cruise 2009

41: Mexico - 2010

42: Life brings simple pleasures to us every day. It is up to us to make them wonderful memories. ~Cathy Allen

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Kim Zaccone
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  • Title: DAD's Love
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