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Jeepers Hold Tribute For 100-Year-Old Edith

by John Vogt - November 16, 2022

On Saturday, November 12th, the Pennsylvania Canyon Jeepers helped Edith A Piaquadio celebrate her 100th birthday at the Historic Penn Wells Hotel.

The Jeepers rolled into Wellsboro at approximately 2:30 PM and presented Edith with flowers. The “Red Room” at Penn Wells was beautifully decorated in anticipation of an extraordinary guest who is healthy, wise, and still living a happy and exciting life at age 100. Family and friends gathered for the celebration.

Edith’s parents were born in Italy in 1922. Cindy was born in Galeton, Pennsylvania, 100 years ago. She had nine brothers and sisters and now is the only one left. Edith has three children, three grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. She is a renowned Italian cookie baker, and her meatballs are out of this world. Edith has baked her famous cookies for weddings and special occasions for thousands over the years. Even at 100 years of age, she still bakes regularly.

Her son Guy Piaquadio said, “Family sit-down Sunday dinners were very important to her, especially when his father was still alive.” Guy went on to say, “whatever our interests are, mom always takes an interest as well, even if it’s not her ‘cup of tea.’ Such as: Football, soccer, skiing, Mustangs, and of course, Jeeps.”

Edith has always been a very loving, caring, and thoughtful person to all of her family and friends – looking beyond herself to the needs of others. The Pennsylvania Canyon Jeepers and all of us here at The Home Page Network are delighted to wish Edith a very, “Happy 100th birthday.”

Credits:

Videography: John Vogt
Video Editing: Bibi Snelderwaard-Brion
Writing: John Vogt
Anchor: Rhonda Pearson

Produced by Vogt Media
Home Page Sponsors: Penn Wells Hotel / Lodge

 
 
 
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