anniegoe at verizon.net
Tue Dec 8 16:07:31 EET 2009
We have Catalano's in Pittsburgh. (Philip)
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Sent: Monday, December 07, 2009 7:52 PM
Subject: Re: [TI] Catalano/Lombardo
> My relatives owned the Catalano Stop N Shop stores in Cleveland. My
> grandmother's family were big in the produce markets in Cleveland.
> Especially my grandmother's oldest brother Cosimo and her father,
> Fabiano Agostino. I didn't really know this end of the family but I
> was always told that they were related.
> Ann Catalano
> ---- Pwb Bova <pwbova at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>> I have been trying to get this message to the person who was asking
>> about the Catalano family connections to the Lombardos. I did not
>> respond in plain text so it did not go through. Here is the message.
>> My Bova grandparents from Toledo, Ohio had friends in Cleveland who
>> were Lombardo's. They owned and operated a big produce business
>> which I think was named North Shore produce. The were related to a
>> Catalano family who owned supermarkets. I once drove my grandfather
>> to meet one of the Lombardos at one of those markets. I think this
>> took place sometime in the late sixties. Hope it helps.
>> Phil Bova
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