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From: Maureen Musumeci
To: David T. Feliciano
Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2005 10:19 AM
Subject: GrandMom's Day

Hello David,

I'm a Grandmom, my first! My daughter Tiffany gave birth to a 7lb 11 oz. baby boy, "Damien Luke" on April 25th! Everyone is doing well.

It's okay with me if my emails are posted. I'm glad to be part of my Dad's "family".

Love and Warm regards,
Maureen

HappyBlessedEaster

From: Maureen Musumeci
To: David T. Feliciano
Sent: Monday, April 12, 2004 10:11 AM
Subject: RE: Have a Happy Blessed Easter......

David,

What a wealth of stories. They are so wonderful and sad all at the same time. Have you considered putting together a book, an anthology of sorts of all these stories?

I'm a writer, meaning I love to write. As a "reader" I think a collection of these personal stories would be a wonderful book. A treasure of history. There are many orphans, children from broken homes, etc. today who would read and see "their stories" too and know they are not alone.

I wish my Dad were alive and my Uncle too. My dad didn't tell too many stories of his time, some, but his sense of loss was always with him and he didn't speak of the past.

I have plans to write a story tentatively titled "Spark Hill" about my Dad and his brothers and sister. Finding my grandmother's grave in New York last year and realizing that my "Grandmother" was in reality a very young girl when she died and not elderly and grey haired like my other Grandmother, seeing the orphanage, reflecting on my Dad's life, I felt the orphans have a story to tell.

I'm am so thankful to have "met" as many of you as I have via email. You have been a blessing to my life, you have "told" me a little about my father's life as it must have been. I miss my Dad all the time, but with each story he is a little closer to me.

Love & Prayers,
Maureen



From: Musumeci, Maureen
To: 'David T. Feliciano'
Sent: Monday, March 28, 2005 1:39 PM
Subject: "The King's Chair"

Hi David,

I just read "The King's Chair" by Bernard Neville. What a wonderful story! Reminded me of Stephen King's "Stand by Me". What wonderful stories the site has. Thank you for keeping these alive. I just wish my Dad could have lived long enough to return and get in touch via the internet.

God Bless,
Maureen


From: Musumeci, Maureen
To: 'David T. Feliciano'
Cc: Bernard S. Neville
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 1:49 PM
Subject: "The King's Chair"

Hello Bernard,

I printed your story yesterday to share with my children (ages 22-30). My youngest read it on the train trip home from work. We are fortunate to work at the same place and commute together. She loved it! My son read it last night and it sparked a lot of imaginative conversation. We all wondered "what happened to these boys after that!"

We all just loved your story about the King's Chair. You have a real flair for writing :)

Thank you for sharing a wonderful memory.
Maureen


From: "Bernard S. Neville"
To: David T. Feliciano
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 2:10 PM
Subject: "The King's Chair"

hi david, thank you for the info on the king's chair......it brought back found memories that some one else was moved by our little adventure in search of the 'holy grail' for us as kids....the running streams, tadpoles, frogs, salamanders, flying squirrels, wild rabbits, black snakes, and even copperheads......then the raccoons and skunks, etc..."when we were young, the world was a promise".....we always had tomorrow to look forward to regardless of the circumstances and the hardships..one can call it faith..and the sense of discovery and wonderment at the world around us...happy to see that we are getting a number of visitors on the site that you put you time, sweat, and inspiration into this endeavor, to make it a success and to keep the memories alive.

take care....
bernard


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