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  • Louis Fiorentino |

    Still live in the house my grandfather bought in 1900. Vernon Park and May St
    My father was born and died in the same room of our home. Many cousins and relatives were born here also.

  • Taylor St.. was where I kind of grew up… I attended Goodrich right next to Salerno’s which was on the corner of Taylor and Peoria.. Blodies!!! Gosh I peeled potatoes there !00lbs for $1.00. right across the street was Franks Hot Dog Stand….. Hot dogs .25 cents… Italian sausage .35 and Italian Beef .45 cents… We lived at 1111 South Peoria. next door to Vito and Angie Sisto… Vito was like my big brother… By the way Frank Torres Jr. his father owned the Milagro Mexican Store on Halsted married a dauther of Blondies… He resides in Antioch today….. Two of HS years were at St, Phillips to play Hockey. . I moved to my adoptive parents home in Lake Forest… those two years .. then on to Augustinian Academy in St. Louis … played Semi pro hockey… Join the Marine Corps and of course served in Vietnam… to much to write,,, ..

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