Here for the first time was a life I could imagine for myself and that I wanted for myself—as an out and proud gay man living in New York. I memorized every line, every zinger, every double-take and prat-fall.
As much as informed my gay sensibilities, it also informed my comedic sensibilities.
For a kid who was twirling around to Diana Ross out of the womb, someone like Jack wasn't a stereotype, he was hope.
She also made time to add to her education in several areas and completed her degree in law.
To their great joy, they were blessed with the birth of their son, Joseph in 1961.
After thirty-five years as a senior tariff specialist of the Federal Customs Service, she retired in 2000.
A well-deserved special accommodation from or the causes of the Cancer Society, Salvation Army and especially, Father Joe’s Villages.