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M. Susi Construction
 IN THE LATE FORTIES, MRS EATON A RELATIVE OF THE FAMOUS EATONS LIVED AT 25 COLEMAN ST. SHE WAS A LOVELY LADY AND WOULD ENTERTAIN US KIDS WITH THE STORIES OF THE OLD DORCHESTER, I GREW UP ON COLEMAN ST, BUT I ORDERED THE BRICK WITH OUR FAMILY NAME CROWLEY @ 41 WESTW00D ST, THE SUSI CONSTRUCTION PEOPLE WERE OUR LANDLORDS, THEY REDUCED MY MOTHERS RENT BECAUSE OUR FATHER DIED, THE SUSIS FED WESTWOOD ST ALL DURING WORLD WAR 2 WITH THEIR VICTORY GARDENS AND THE CHICKEN COUP, WHEN MARIO SUSI CAME HOME FROM THE WAR IT WAS THE BIGGEST PARTY I EVER SAW , JUST A BIT OF TRIVIA, THANKS FOR THE BRICK OPPORTUNITY I WILL BE FOREVER THRILLED,

Jo Spencer

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Created: June 17, 2007   Modified: June 17, 2007