Resolution J201-2013

Commending Joseph A. Capacci upon the occasion of his designation as the recipient of the 32nd Annual Father Beatini Award

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  • Jan 24, 2013: ADOPTED
  • Jan 24, 2013: REPORTED TO CALENDAR FOR CONSIDERATION
  • Jan 16, 2013: REFERRED TO FINANCE

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LEGISLATIVE RESOLUTION commending Joseph A. Capacci upon the occasion of
his designation as the recipient of the 32nd Annual Father Beatini Award

WHEREAS,  It is the sense of this Legislative Body to recognize that the
quality and character of life in communities across New York  State  are
reflective  of  the  concerned  and dedicated efforts of individuals who
devote themselves to the welfare of the community and its citizens; and
  WHEREAS, Attendant to such concern, and in full accord with its  long-
standing  traditions,  this  Legislative Body is justly proud to commend
Joseph A. Capacci upon the occasion of his designation as the  recipient
of  the  32nd  Annual  Father Beatini Award, to be celebrated on Sunday,
September 2, 2012; and
  WHEREAS,  The  esteemed  Father  Beatini  Award  is  presented  to  an
outstanding citizen of Italian extraction in the Seneca Falls, New York,
community  in grateful recognition and appreciation for contributions to
community service and religious activities and  for  furthering  Italian
culture and heritage within the community; and
  WHEREAS,  Joseph  Capacci  is  the  son of Albert and Margaret Crelley
Capacci, born and raised in Seneca Falls; Joe is one of seven  children;
and
  WHEREAS,  Joseph  (Joe) Capacci was a graduate of Mynderse Academy and
SUNY at Morrisville; he married Shelly Eno Capacci  in  1985,  and  they
have two children, Nicholas and Sarah; and
  WHEREAS, The Capacci family has been involved with their community for
a  long  time;  Joe has always volunteered, even at an early age when he
was an altar server while attending St. Patrick's School; and
  WHEREAS, Joe Capacci is a former Grand Knight of the Knights of Colum-
bus, and is a 4th degree Knight; he is the cook for the combined  parish
picnic held annually; and
  WHEREAS,  Always wanting to be a volunteer fireman, Joe Capacci joined
the Department two years ago; he enjoys driving the fire  truck  and  is
certified to go into burning structures; and
  WHEREAS,  Joe  Capacci  has contributed greatly to the various Italian
exhibits that were sponsored by the Seneca Falls Historical Society  and
The  Seneca  Museum  of  Waterways  and  Industries; he helped erect the
exhibits and contributed many family articles; and
  WHEREAS, Joe Capacci is employed by the Seneca  Falls  Central  School
District;  a  bus mechanic extraordinaire, he has worked for them for 26
years, enjoying all of his years with the district; and
  WHEREAS, It is the sense of  this  Legislative  Body  that  those  who
enhance  the  wellbeing and vitality of their community and have shown a
long and sustained commitment to excellence certainly  have  earned  the
recognition and applause of all the citizens of this great Empire State;
and
  WHEREAS,  It is the sense of this Legislative Body that individuals of
such enduring service to their faith, family  and  community  merit  the
highest commendation; now, therefore, be it
  RESOLVED,  That  this  Legislative  Body pause in its deliberations to
commend Joseph A. Capacci upon the occasion of his  designation  as  the
recipient of the 32nd Annual Father Beatini Award; and be it further
  RESOLVED, That a copy of this Resolution, suitably engrossed, be tran-
smitted to Joseph A. Capacci.

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