2018-06-27 / Front Page

Italian Charities Holds Memorial Service For Rose Sproviero

Gathered for an official group photo were ceremony attendees, Rose Sproviero’s family members, the Italian Charities of American executive board, Sproviero’s friends, and members of the general public.


 Photo Walter KarlingGathered for an official group photo were ceremony attendees, Rose Sproviero’s family members, the Italian Charities of American executive board, Sproviero’s friends, and members of the general public. Photo Walter KarlingA memorial ceremony for the late Rose Sproviero was held on Saturday, June 23 at the Italian Charities of America building on Queens Boulevard. Ms. Sproviero was the president of Italian Charities of America from 1986 to 2017. Italian Charities of America (ICA) wanted to honor Sproviero for her many years of dedication to the organization and the Italian American community.

There was a special presentation by Vincent Maltese, Serphin Maltese, and Constance At the portrait unveiling were (l. to r.): Elena Migliaccio, daughter of Rose Sproviero; Domenic Giampino, President of the Italian Charities of America; the portrait artist Constance Del Vecchio-Maltese; portrait benefactor Vincent Maltese, former vice president of Italian Charities of America;  and former NYS Senator Serphin Maltese.


At the portrait unveiling were (l. to r.): Elena Migliaccio, daughter of Rose Sproviero; Domenic Giampino, President of the Italian Charities of America; the portrait artist Constance Del Vecchio-Maltese; portrait benefactor Vincent Maltese, former vice president of Italian Charities of America; and former NYS Senator Serphin Maltese. DelVecchio-Maltese of a painted portrait of Sproviero. The portrait was a gift from former ICA Vice President Vincent Maltese. The portrait is an original painting done by the celebrated Queens artist Constance Del Vecchio-Maltese and will hang in the lobby of the Italian Charities building.

 

 

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