Saint Francis was born in Assisi late 1181, early 1182 being one of seven children, and his parents were Perto and Pica di Pietro di Bernardone. Perto was a wealthy cloth merchant and Pica was a beautiful french woman that also owned farmland around Assisi. Francis was originally born Giovanni but when his father came back from business he continuously called him Francesco. While growing up a sinner, Francesco had a love for his riches, partying, friends and the luxury life. Living the life of great wine and wild celebrations Francis dropped out of school to strictly party.
Chaplain Walker has represented himself and the US Army in an exemplary manner while serving as a leader and volunteer for a non-profit organization that raised over $70,000 in scholarship funds for underprivileged children. He also served as a mentor for 17 underprivileged youth, guiding them from high school into college providing 1000 volunteer hours. In his current assignment as the Deputy Command Chaplain, for Army South, Joint Base San Antonio, Chaplain Walker provided strategic input for Theater Security Cooperation missions and outstanding religious support for contingency operations in the United States Southern
Sam Torres is known in New Orleans as a wealthy business man. He owned a sanitation company that saw major profits after helping New Orleans clean up the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Torres lives in the French Quarter of New Orleans a 78 block area located in the historic section of the city. Last year, Torres home was broken into and his television was stolen. Torres had enough of the rising crime in his neighborhood and paid for a television ad expressing his distaste.
Richard Graziano’s duties at WPIX-TV include recruiting top station executives and managing approximately 20 and more than 50 national sales professionals. Over his two years with WPIX-TV, he grew the station’s audience by 550 percent, increased digital revenue by 300 percent, and increased overall revenue by 26 percent in a negative core broadcast market. As part of his strategy for success, Mr. Graziano renewed existing rights for Mets games and acquired new broadcast rights for the Yankees. Broadcast Sales Professional and Administrator Richard Graziano
In The Great Gatsby Jay was very wealthy and successful, he was a Yachtsman Soldier Entrepreneur Bootlegger. He grew up dirt poor and at about 27 he returned home to New York, and took advantage of Prohibition by making millions from bootlegging, and built connections with various gangsters such as Meyer Wolfsheim, who Gatsby claims is "the man who fixed the World 's Series back in 1919". In The Black Boy, Richard grew up poor too. Richards’ dad leaves him and his family at a young age, and his mother because the only Income in the house while they live in poverty and hunger. As he grew older he left Memphis, Tennessee to go to Chicago.
Deceitful Minds In the Great Gatsby, Fitzgerald sets the book up to make two characters in particular to look very important. Those characters names are Nick and Jay Gatsby. Nick is a small town man that has recently moved next door to Mr. Gatsby in West Egg NY, Mr. Gatsby is this very wealthy man who throws these elegant parties every weekend. As the book continues, we begin to see that these two men are actually not as truthful and honorable as they are made out to be. They are infact a lot like a man named Tom, Tom is married to Daisy who is also Nick’s cousin, and Tom is cheating on his wife Daisy with his mistress Myrtle who is married to Mr. Wilson.
Born on October 10, 1837 in Boston, Massachusetts, Robert Gould Shaw was the second child and only son of Francis George and Sarah Blake Shaw, two prominent abolitionists at the time. Shaw’s family line consisted of very successful merchants and businessmen who had amassed millions through trade, making the childhood of Shaw and his four sisters a comfortable one. When Shaw turned four, his father retired from his part time law practice so he could pursue a literary career and to spend more time with his family; he moved his family to the country near Brook Farm. It was here that Shaw was exposed to the beliefs of freethinkers’ such as Nathaniel Hawthorne and Ralph Waldo Emerson, along with the open-minded ideals of the local Unitarian church.
However, “In 1917, Torrio introduced Capone to the gangster Frankie Yale, who employed Capone as bartender and bouncer at the Harvard Inn in Coney Island. It was there that Capone earned his nickname “Scarface.” One night, he made an indecent remark to a woman at the bar. Her brother punched Capone, then slashed him across the face, leaving three indelible scars that inspired his enduring nickname.” (History.com Staff 2009) Soon after this Al would have a life changing event happen in his life. His Girlfriend Mae Coughlin would birth there first son Albert Francis Capone. This then led them to get
Local boys and girls club have received 4 million since 1991 according to OJB. Boys and girls club movement includes more than 1,140 independent organizations and national organizations. Serve communities in more 42,000 club locations. This is important because giving Boys and Girls club money help keep these centers open so they can continue helping kids.
AFSCME is the nation’s largest and fastest growing public services employees union with more than 1.6 million working and retired members (nurses, corrections officers, child care providers, EMTs, sanitation workers and more). 3. The Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA) - is a labor union in the state of New York that represents employees in state and local government, as well as school districts, child care, and the private sector. 4. DC 37 5.