S: Discepolo / Cederbaum & Family
BC: This is a wonderful love story about Beverly Cederbaum & Jerry Discepolo, and the photos of their families. | © 2013 TimeStories.com
FC: Discepolo | Cederbaum and Family
1: This is a wonderful love story about Beverly Cederbaum & Jerry Discepolo and the photos of their families. | Commissioned by Joan Popkin Produced by TimeStories.com © 2013
2: Discepolo | Rosario Panarello 1894 - Unknown | Adolfo Panarello 1887 - Unknown | Giusse Panarello 1892 - Unknown | Elena Panarello Jan 1896 - Mar 1976 | Anthony Cifune Jan 1917 - 2000 | Sylvia Discepolo Feb 1922 - Nov 1996 | Ciro E. Discepolo Jul 1920 - Oct 2010 | Ciro E. Discepolo Aug 1891 - 1930 | Steven M. Discepolo Feb 1953 - Present | Barbara Ehrlich Apr 1953 - Present | Kevin Discepolo Dec 1986 - Present | Scott Discepolo Oct 1984 - Present | William Cifune Feb 1944 - Present | John Cifune Feb 1948 - Present | Mary Cifune Jan 1951 - Present | Joseph Cifune Feb 1956 - Present | Family Tree | Concetta Panarello Unknown | Apr 1946 | Oct 1982 | Jun 1942 | Unknown
3: Cederbaum | Anna - Leo's first wife Jan 1900 - Aug 1932 | Leo. O. Cederbaum Mar 1895 - Jan 1979 | Anne G. Sherman Feb 1899 - Feb 1990 | Beverly Cederbaum Nov 1921 - Aug 2007 | Richard Cederbaum Apr 1941 - Present | Shelley Hershkowitz Nov 1944 - Present | Max Cederbaum 1887 - Jul 1958 | Margret Cederbaum 1899 - Unknown | Joan Discepolo Dec 1956 - Present | Gregg A. Popkin Mar 1957 - Present | Laura Cederbaum Sept 1892 - Mar 1972 | Joseph Cederbaum Unknown | Edward Cederbaum 1902 - Unknown | Chelsea Popkin Aug 1992 - Present | Jacklyn Popkin Mar 1989 - Present | Herman Cederbaum | Helen Cederbaum Oct 1868 - May 1931 | Jozef Cederbaum | Anna Cederbaum | Herman Cederbaum Sept 1859 - Oct 1946 | May 1885 | Jul 1936 | Apr 1965 | Apr 1946 | Jun 1982 | Unknown | << | << | David Leas | Adele Abramowitz
4: Elena Panarello
5: Ciro Ernesto Discepolo
6: Discepolo | 1915 Census | 1917 Ciro Discepolo WWI Draft | 1922 Passport Application | 1925 "Conte Rosso" Passenger Manifest | 1926 "Biancamano" Passenger Manifest | 1930 Census | 1940 Census | Elena Discepolo 1945 Naturalization | NYC Telephone Directory | "Biancamano"
7: Cederbaum | 1910 Census | 1915 Census | 1925 Census | 1930 Census | Anne Cederbaum 1915 Naturalization | 1942 ~ Leo Cederbaum WWII Draft Registration Card | 1932 ~ Anna Cederbaum Death Certificate
8: Isotta Fraschini | Ciro | Elena | Discepolo Ancestors | Summer House - Kingston, NY | Guisse
9: Cederbaum Ancestors | Anna & Jozef | Herman | Herman & Helen | Anna | Leo & Beverly | Leo & Anne
10: The man of my dreams | Ciro (Jerry) Discepolo | Sylvia & Ciro Discepolo
12: Beverly Cederbaum
13: Anna ~ Beverly's Mother
18: Discepolo Family | Guisse Panarello | Joseph, Guisse & Elena | Elena and Tina | Tina (Conchetta) and husband Mario | Family gathering at the Cifune's
19: Sylvia Discepolo and Anthony Cifune | Mary Cifune, Steven Discepolo, John and William Cifune | Joseph Cifune, Joan and Steven Discepolo | Sylvia Discepolo - Ciro's Sister | John, William and Mary | William, Sylvia and John
20: Richard Cederbaum | Back row: Leo, Richard, Carol & Seymour, Robert (Child standing), Uncle Sam in Tie, Anne far right, Lucille chair in foreground closest to camera, Baby Joan on Beverly's lap | Sherman
21: Back row: Anne, Leo, Beverly, 2nd Row: Margaret hands folded, Laura w/ sunglasses | Cederbaum | Cederbaum Family | Richard & Shelley Cederbaum | Beverly, Leo, Richard, Anne | Back row: Beverly, Anne, Leo, Margaret, Eddie, Robert, Lonnie Front Row: Joan, Shelley, Richard, Helen, Marion?
24: Anthony Cifune & Jerry Discepolo
27: Lake George
28: The Tides - Miami Beach, Florida
33: Stuyvesant Town
47: H. S. ~ 1975 | H. S. ~ 1971
51: Retirement ~ 1980
53: Beverly Discepolo November 9, 1921 ~ August 1, 2007
54: My Mom Was Always There For Me In our yard, when I was young, I had a clothes line and a weeping willow tree with a swing. She would hang the clothes and then push me back and forth until her arms were tired. I would walk to elementary school every day and sometimes I would return back home for lunch.... ...My Mom was always there for me. | When John F. Kennedy was shot and I was told to leave school early, not fully understanding what had happened... ...My Mom was there waiting for me. In Junior High when I ventured out alone on my bike or escaped with my friends, I knew that when I would return home... ...My Mom would be there for me. | In High School, she would witness the comings and goings of teenage life, and she was always eager to listen or help out. And when I went off to college and developed a sense of harmony within myself, I knew that when that sense of self waned... ...My Mom was still always there for me.
55: When I found “the one” and it was time to shop for my wedding dress, we went from store to store and agonized over every detail. As the children came and life took on new dimensions, she shared each experience and continued to provide guidance with every change. My Mom was always there with me. | As time went on, it became apparent that something had changed and was very wrong. The Mom I knew was no longer with me. Alzheimer’s is a terrible disease. It robs its victims of their dignity and deprives their loved ones of everything that made that person special. The soul is forced to move on before the body is ready and the sense of loss seems to go on and never end. Each visit would aggravate a wound that never healed. | My Mom’s body has now joined her soul and the sense of loss will now have a chance to diminish. This is now the time to reflect about the many years my Mom was always there for me and to rejoice in knowing that she is finally at peace. Her love will always be with me.
56: My father was handsome, strong and intelligent. He was an educator who loved to learn and to teach others just how to "do it." A very modern thinker, he was a man who planned for the future and his dreams. | He was way ahead of his time. He believed in efficiency and streamlining. He was a master of organization and neatness. He labeled everything before there were label makers. He loved the adventure of travel, and enjoyed many hobbies such as golf, boating and fishing. | He was thoughtful kind and patient, and found beauty in everyday things. | Gloria Horowitz - Starr | companion
57: He did all of these things with a smile. A smile that was truthful and honest. It helped open new doors for him and helped bring people together. He enjoyed making others happy. | Pat Tubbs - HealthCare Provider - Ciro helped her gain citizenship
58: My father was also a great story and joke teller: An Italian Honeymoon After returning from his honeymoon in Florida with his new bride, Virginia, Luigi stopped by his old barbershop to say hello to his friends. | Giovanni said,"Hey Luigi, how wasa da honeyamoona?” Luigi said, "Everything was perfecto except for da train ride down." "What you mean, Luigi?”, asked Giovanni. | "Well, we boarda the train at a Grana Central Station. My beautiful Virginia, she pack a biga basket a food. She broughtta da vino, some a nice cigars for me, and we were looking forward to da trip, and a open upa da lunch basket. | The conductore come a by, wagga his finger at us anda say, 'No eat indisa car. Musta use a dining car.' So, me anda Virginia, we go to da dining car, eat biga lunch anda starta to open da bottle of da nice vino! Conductore walka by again, wagga his finger again anda say, 'No drinka in disa car! Musta use a club car.' So, we go to da club car. While we drinkina da vino, I starta lighta my biga cigar. | The conductor, he wagga his finger again and say, 'No smokina disa car. Musta go to da smokina car.' We go to da smokina car and I smoka my biga cigar. Then, my beautiful Virginia and I, we go to da sleeper car and a go to bed. We just about to go 'boombada boombada' and the conductore, he walka through da car shouting at a top of hisa lungs,'Nofolka Virginia! Nofolka Virginia!' Next time I'ma just taka da the bus!"
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