Brother Wease and Larry Krieger

Congratulations to Attorney Lawrence Krieger for his ongoing challenge to the City of Rochester Red Light Photo Ticketing Program and his appearance on the Brother Wease Radio Show. Check out the podcast of the interview with Pauly G. thereafter. Click Here


Keelin Kenny

Keelin Kenny

Congratulations to Keelin Kenny on graduating from the Rochester Police Academy.


Sarah Krieger with her friend enjoying a camel ride

Sarah Krieger and her friend enjoying a camel ride in Israel

Sarah Krieger


Linda New Glasses

Linda Rhoda

Linda Rhoda with her new glasses.


Tom Hanks, Tommy DiGirolamo & Megan Cariola

Congratulations to TOM HANKS on having his photo taken with beautiful celebrities, Tommy DiGirolamo and Megan Cariola.

Congratulations to Alexi Maggio on her graduation from Syracuse University.

Congratulations to Zachary Lippe on his high school graduation.

Congratulations to Rachel Krokenberger on her high school graduation.

Congratulations to Hanna Savage on receiving a Lacrosse Scholarship from Loyola University.

Congratulations to Katie Honig (the girlfriend of Evan Monahan) on her “Birth Right” visit to Israel.

Congratulations to Lawrence DiRienzo, III on passing his Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Examination.

Congratulations to Tyler Willcox on his graduation from St. John Fisher College.

Congratulations to Thomas (“T.R.”) Monahan on his engagement to Erica.

Congratulations to Thomas (“T.R.”) Monahan on his promotion at AT&T and transfer to Atlanta, Georgia.

Congratulations to Julie Ciardi on her high school graduation.

Congratulations to Patrick Spenner on making his Confirmation.

Congratulations to Keelin Kenny on graduating from the Rochester Police Academy.

Congratulations to Maryellen and Keelin Kenny on being the first mother and daughter to serve together as Rochester City Police Officers.

Congratulations to Daystar on the dedication of their new Lac De Ville facility and the memorial in the lobby in memory of Katie Shirley.

New Photo Shows

Alaimo / DiGirolamo Family Vacation 2012 Click Here to view Photoshow

Click Here to view a complete list of Photoshows from previous months.

Helpful Hints

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Savoia Pastry Shoppe – Click here for Savoia

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Pets of the Month



Debbie Indivino & Nelson’s furry companion


Lisa and Frank’s Best Friend ~ MAXX


Paisley ~  The Strutt Family's New Puppy

Paisley ~ The Strutt Family’s New Puppy

Mary and Bob Shaddock’s dog “Shorty”

Dedications – in memory of

Martha A. Johnson

October 21, 1919 – December 1, 2012Johnson, Martha A. (Bartholomay) Gates: December 1, 2012 at age 93. Predeceased by her son, Ronald K. Bartholomay and husband, Hilding E. “Whitey” Johnson. She is survived by her sons and daughters-in-law: Robert (Ann) Bartholomay, Richard (Marie) Bartholomay; daughter, Sharon (William) Webster; grandchildren: Christian (Lyric) Bartholomay, Brooke (Bryan) Knight, Richard Bartholomay II, Shannon Shaffer, Tina (Michael) Nersinger, William Webster II; great grandchildren: Aislinn Bartholomay, Ada Bartholomay, Tyler Nersinger and Lauren Nersinger; as well as several nieces and nephews. The family wishes to thank Dr. Shannon Pitts, her nurse.


Concetta (Janet) Parisi

Died Tuesday, June 4, 2013 at age 79. Born in Passaic, NJ, she was a proud resident of Bloomingdale her entire life. She was a graduate of the Bloomingdale/Butler Schools and received a diploma from Ridgewood Secretarial School. Until her retirement in 1996, “Connie” as she was known professionally, was employed as a legal assistant to the General Counsel at American Cyanamid/Pfizer. She was active in real estate; local government, running for town council; and the Bloomingdale Public Library where she served on the Board of Trustees. Her interests included travel and natural and historic preservation. Above all, she was devoted to family and enjoyed her many nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family. She was an active parishioner of St. Anthony of Padua R.C. Church, Butler. Preceded in death by her father and mother, Anthony and Tillie (Mogavero) Parisi, she is survived by two brothers, John (Ann Marie) of Millbrook, NY and Frank (Jeannie) of Wayne, PA; a sister, Santa (Donald) Dewey of New Rochelle, NY; twelve nieces and nephews; eighteen great-nieces and nephews; a paternal aunt, Lucy (Ceasar) Cellini of Clifton, NJ and many cousins.


Paul D. Anderson

Died May 15, 2013 at age 79 surrounded by his loving family. Paul is survived by his beloved wife Connie of 57 years, daughter, Cindy (Tom) Capuano; sons, Paul, Steven (Maryann); grandchildren, Tom (Lara), Brandon (Shannon), Jonathan and Carlie Capuano, Hannah and Chandler Anderson; 9 great grandchildren, Brother Tom (Sara) and many nieces and nephews. Paul is a Rochester Telephone retiree of 37 years and a Korean War Veteran of the US Army. He enjoyed wood working, home projects and spending time with family and many friends and was known for his Sense of Humor