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July 25, 2011


Anna Costantino/Kostowicz/Deuchar

What wonderful memories. I, too, share many of these,along with walking home to Silver Lake from Belleville High School after missing the bus because of some after school activity. I would go through Branch Brook Park and come out near Clara Mass Hospital near the old Jergen's factory. The scent of cherry blossoms filled the air as I made my way to Heckel Street. Thank you for allowing me to step back into time and appreciate what we had then.
Congratulations, Joe, on your screenplay.

Joe Cervasio

Anna, good to hear from you. I must call Deacon Sam, have not spoken to him in a while. Yes, the scent of the yeast factory on the Belleville/Bloomfield line is still strong on special summer days. And the memories of Nanny Goat Hill between our home on Sanford Avenue and the trolley to downtown Newark. Then the wafted aroma of the chocolate at the Bloomfield Avenue stop. Great memories to glance back upon, ... when it turns to staring it gets a little tough. Stay in touch.
Joe Cervasio

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