THE NEWEST EDITION TO THE FAMILY AND FUTURE #1 YANKEE FAN
ZACHARY FRANCIS MONTARULI
Born 11/19/21 at 1:11PM Weighing in at 5lbs 13oz and 18.5 inches long
Proud grandmother Roberta Willensky-Klein
Ami has a busy day today. He's giving two tours: First of Jewish History in Washington (English), and then a Haunted Washington tour for Halloween (Hebrew).
Here he is in his outfit for the Jewish History tour.
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Honey's son Thomas dancing with his grandmother at his wedding
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Most of you have been following Honey’s mother as she reached her one hundredth birthday and made the Guinness world book of records for her powerlifting. This past week she had a stroke, was hospitalized and went home in four days without rehab. One week later this is what she looks like on her way to the wedding of Honey’s son Thomas. She is one amazing person!
This is Honey’s mother! She has been amazing us for years. She turns one hundred years old this week. What an honor to make the Guinness World Book of Records. Happy birthday Edith.
Steve Ross and his grandchildren.
a great way to spend his birthday!
Harvey Pearlstein and his brother Joel
With grandson Sean on our annual visit to Milwaukee to see my Dodgers play the Brewers. It doesn't get much better than this.
It's nice to hear from you. We are doing fine -- meaning all the family. My mom and brother Hal in Deerfield Beach as well. My mom turned 103 last week. She still enjoys reading and eating and watching a little TV. We had a pretty good telephone conversation on her birthday. I think Broward County has been a little disorganized with the vaccination program, but my brother is getting his first on Tuesday. The doctors are still debating whether my mom needs one.
I'll try to find a recent photo of Trudy and me to send you by March 23, our 52nd anniversary. In the meantime, I'm attaching a photo of the whole family we took at a picnic around a week ago -- except for Ami in Washington, DC, of course. I'm also working on my holiday family report, which I will send you.
Our best to you and family,
Me and my two favorite guys. Sean making Deans List and Jack making Honor Roll merited dinner at Morton's. Man, can those kids eat! The big question is... what happens first, Jack getting a haircut or Papa shaving his beard?