|Helen chillin' on the front porch of our place in Montreal.||Helen and her buddy Anita Hill at Anita's house.||Caroline, Helen & me July 2005 in Montreal. We blew big bucks at Toque that night. It was Ma's 81st birthday.||A Youtube video of Helen and Anita clowning with the chicken, as Dale films.
||Another Youtube video. Helen, me, and Dale flying in Dale's Mooney at 9500 feet over Kentucky.
|Love this picture that Dale took.||Helen, Janice, Caroline, Jim, Sarah, and James celebrate Nonna's 80th birthday, Montreal, July 14, 2004.||Guilliermo and Giovanni, grandchildren of Helen's cousin Giovanni Gasbarra, Rome Italy, December 2007||YouTube video of these same two, clowning around with their mother Lia.||Helen, me, Denny, Gloria at the wedding of Louis Gasbara Jr. and Tracy, Oklahoma City, June 2000|
|Helen, her kids, her grandkids, and her daughter-in-law, Thanksgiving 2005.||YouTube video - Helen indulging me as I play with a pocket camera on Thanksgiving morning.||YouTube video - Having fun at James' expense.||Nephew Mark, sister Gloria, and ma in Chicago.||Louis, Diane, and their granddaughter Gabrielle.|
|Helen reading on the porch in Montreal, August 2005.||Dinner in the kitchen in Montreal, August 2005.||Dinner at the house of our friends the Andelfingers in Montreal, August 2005.||Helen with Marie Claude, and her son (our godson) Victor, Montreal, August 2005.||Dinner with Nat, Jean, and his daughter Rachel at our place in Montreal, August 2005.|
|Helen's sister Gloria, niece Debbie, Frank, and Jenna, November 2007.||Helen celebrating Italy's World Cup victory over Germany (sort of ;-), summer 2006.||Helen and Debbie, summer 2006.||Helen the Hacker.||Helen the (somewhat reluctant) aviator.|
|Helen's great friend, Cathy Dinapoli, doing the Italian thing with friends in Chicago.||Cathy the equestrian.||Family gathering to honor Helen - April 19, 2008...||The Helen Memorial Pizza Oven that Dale's building... July 2010||The Helen Tree on Dale and Caroline's farm, August 2011.|
|Helen in Florida, circa 1949.||Coming soon...||Coming soon...||Coming soon...||Coming soon...|
This site was designed by James W Moore, the loving son of Helen Mary Moore. I'll always love you, ma.