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September 25, 2018

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January 26, 2018
Thank you for your service Joe. You were an inspiration. Your time here will not be forgotten.
January 19, 2018
When I think of Mr.Triolo,the first words that come to mind is nice and kind. He was my 5th grade teacher at Central school, and I never forgot him. He was a wonderful teacher, very kind. Evidently he did not forget about me either, as many years later he would ask my mom about me when they ran into each other at GLCU, which I was always happy to hear! After reading Mr. Triolo's obituary and finding out all of the great things about him, I am not surprised, what a remarkable man. Mr. Triolo, you will be missed. Rest in peace. My sincere condolences to the Triolo family.
January 19, 2018
Mr.Triolo was my 6th grade teacher in the 70s he was my favorite teacher, even though when we came in from recess the room smelled of sardines and crackers, LOL He taught all of my brothers and sisters, he became friends with my youngest brother Bill and his friend Michael, they all enjoyed working on the boys race cars. The past few years I was able to meet up with him when I saw him at Aurora, he still remembered me and Billy. RIP Mr. Triolo Condolences to his family and friends, sincerely Angela Geronimo (Weaver)
January 18, 2018
I have enjoyed knowing you, Katy, and Lotty for the past dozen years or so and for accompanying you to many "Remember Pearl Harbor" events and "Attack on Pearl Harbor" lessons for US Navy audiences and others.