My Mother Came from Nusco: Memoirs of Frank Scobbo

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Vantage Press, Inc, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 82 pages
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My Mother Came from Nusco, the memoirs of Frank Scobbo, recalls a young man's rise from the poor son of an immigrant to a successful businessman and community leader. Upon settling in Port Washington, New York, Mr. Scobbo's father discovered that the Italian immigrant community was what supported and sustained his determination to make a better life. Young Frank Scobbo grew up learning to value community and hard work while fostering a sense of generosity toward others, values that would serve him well as he grew into manhood.
 

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Contents

The Beginnings
1
In the Service of My Country
16
All Grown Up
19
The Police District
28
USO
32
Travels in Italy
36
Back to Work
48
More Travels
60
Back to Work
63
Back to the Grand Cayman
65
More Work
68
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