John Zaccaro
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John Zaccaro
John Anthony Zaccaro is a real estate developer and owner of P. Zaccaro & Company, which was founded by his father Philip Zaccaro in 1917. The company acts as a landlord for properties in the Little Italy, Chinatown, and East Side areas. He is the widower of the late Geraldine Ferraro, former U.S. House of Representatives member from New York and the 1984 Democratic Party Vice Presidential nominee.
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Vernon Real Estate Transactions
Vernon Patch - almost 5 years
Here are the latest real estate transactions recorded in the town clerk's office: • Sold, by Judith Saxton, property at 84 Rainbow trail, to JM Associates LLC, $355,000, recorded April 27. • Transferred, by James LaPlante, property at 10 Discovery Rd., to Stacey Carr and James LaPLante, recorded April 27. • Transferred, by Andrew Amatruda, property at 15 Valerie Dr., to Eugene Amatrudy, recorded April 27. • Sold, by Bruce Rozum, property at 12 Austin Dr., to Sturm Ruger & Co. Inc., $228,000, recorded April 26. • Transferred, by John Henault, property at 70 Rolling View Drive, to Lisa Marie Henault, recorded April 26. • Transferred, by Edmund Glidden, property at 51 Allan Drive, to Kathleen Glidden, recorded April 25. • Sold, by John Dziadul, property at 16 Oak St., to Viphak Lay, $185,000, recorded April 23. • Transferred, by Michael Peck, property at 86 Ravens Croft Road, to Phyllis Peck, recorded April 23. • Sold, by Cheryl Kincman, property at 3 Robert Rd., to M ...
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Morvillo Abramowitz Opens DC Office - The BLT: Blog of Legal Times (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
The New York-based firm has represented white collar clients including Martha Stewart, John Zaccaro, who was the husband of former vice-presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro, and Anil Kumar, who is cooperating with prosecutors in the criminal case
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CULTURAL STUDIES; Why Gerry Ferraro Mattered
NYTimes - almost 6 years
''OH, they've come to talk to me about my life,'' she said, laughing. ''They think I'm going to die soon. I'm not, you know. Not for a very long time.'' It was 2007, nine years after Geraldine A. Ferraro had received a diagnosis of incurable cancer. I had come to interview her for ''The Last Word,'' a New York Times video series featuring prominent
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Ferraro Remembered as Inspiration to a Nation's Daughters
NYTimes - almost 6 years
In vivid testimonials from some of the most visible politicians in the country, Geraldine A. Ferraro was recalled on Thursday as a pioneer with ''true grit'' and a sense of humor who blazed a trail for future generations of women. ''Gerry and I are often linked together,'' said Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, who spoke at a funeral Mass
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NYTimes - almost 6 years
NATIONAL A picture caption on Monday with an article about the strong ties that Geraldine A. Ferraro, the first woman from a major party to be nominated for vice president, had with the borough of Queens referred incorrectly to her at one point. It was Ms. Ferraro -- not ''Ms. Mondale'' -- who was shown at Joe Abbracciamento Restaurant with her
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Paid Notice: Deaths FERRARO, GERALDINE A
NYTimes - almost 6 years
FERRARO--Geraldine A. A dear friend, founding member and a guiding star of our organization since 1980. Gerry was an inspiration, a lifelong spokesperson for women and very proud of her Italian American roots. Our love and prayers to John Zaccaro, Donna, Laura, John Jr. and her grandchildren from Gerry's sisters in the National Organization of
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Of Ferraro's Roles In Many Arenas, A Favorite: Gerry From Queens
NYTimes - almost 6 years
One bitingly cold night in the early 1980s, Constance Mandina pulled her car up to a brick Tudor house in Forest Hills Gardens, Queens, to pick up her friend Geraldine A. Ferraro. The two women had been close for years, forming a bond over various commonalities. Both had worked as teachers and then as assistant district attorneys. Both were
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GERALDINE A. FERRARO, 1935-2011; She Ended the Men's Club of National Politics
NYTimes - almost 6 years
Geraldine A. Ferraro, the former Queens congresswoman who strode onto a podium in 1984 to accept the Democratic nomination for vice president and to take her place in American history as the first woman nominated for national office by a major party, died Saturday in Boston. She was 75 and lived in Manhattan. The cause was complications from
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Disclosure by the Kerrys
NYTimes - almost 13 years
Senator John Kerry's two tours of combat duty in Vietnam should have prepared him well for the political firefight that is part of the daily slog in a presidential campaign. Yet his team seemed caught off guard in delivering on his promise of full disclosure of his war records. Detailed documents have finally been released, but only after the Bush
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The Way We Live Now: 10-14-01; What They Were Thinking
NYTimes - over 15 years
Geraldine Ferraro and John Zaccaro, Forest Hills, N.Y., Aug. 23, 2001 Ferraro: ''When you're healthy, you kind of think you're going to live forever. So I've been put on notice that I'm not. Although I don't want to sound as if I'm going to kick it off in a week. Cancer is not necessarily a death sentence. But I've taken some precautions. ''All of
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  • 1986
    Age 52
    In October 1986, he was indicted on unrelated felony charges regarding an alleged 1981 bribery of Queens Borough President Donald Manes concerning a cable television contract. A full year later, he was acquitted of all charges at trial. Zaccaro's business associations have also created controversy, and they and the couple's finances again became a damaging issue during Ferraro's 1992 Senate Democratic primary campaign (which she entered as the front-runner, and lost by a close margin).
    More Details Hide Details Zaccaro was not an issue in her 1998 Senate Democratic primary campaign, which she also lost. P. Zaccaro Co., Inc. continues as a third-generation, privately held real estate investment, development, and management firm that specializes in Manhattan. As principal for over 50 years, Zaccaro has been involved in every aspect of the real estate industry as a manager, broker, developer, or principal. Some of his past clients are the Emigrant Savings Bank, Bowery Savings Bank, and New York University. He has developed property in New York, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut. Zaccaro now works with his son, John Jr., a licensed attorney and real estate broker. Zaccaro has been appointed as a trustee in bankruptcy by the courts of New York, Queens, and Kings Counties. Zaccaro has also served as a trustee at various independent schools in the city, including Saint David's School and Convent of the Sacred Heart. He is currently a member of the board of directors of his co-op where he resides.
  • 1984
    Age 50
    Shortly after Democratic presidential nominee Walter Mondale selected Ferraro as his vice presidential running mate in the 1984 U.S. presidential election, Zaccaro became the center of controversy due to the couple's finances and his refusal to release his separately-filed tax returns.
    More Details Hide Details Ultimately they were submitted, but the matter diminished Ferraro's rising stardom and removed the momentum the Mondale–Ferraro ticket gained following the pick. Mondale and Ferraro lost the general election in a landslide to incumbent President Ronald Reagan, although political observers generally agree that no combination of Democrats could have won the election that year. In January 1985, Zaccaro pleaded guilty to fraudulently obtaining bank financing in a real estate transaction and was fined $1,000 and was sentenced to 150 hours of community service. Zaccaro stated afterward, "My lawyers have advised me that since my client and I withdrew the loan application, since no one but I was injured, and since I received no benefit, they felt that they could successfully defend this case" but he said he entered the plea to spare his family more publicity and to "conclude the matter and try to return to private life."
    He is the widower of the late Geraldine Ferraro, former U.S. House of Representatives member from New York and the 1984 Democratic Party Vice Presidential nominee.
    More Details Hide Details Zaccaro was born in the Bay Ridge, Brooklyn neighborhood, to Italian American parents born in the U.S. When an infant the family moved, and he grew up in Forest Hills, Queens (or Kew Gardens, Queens). He attended Loyola School and Rhodes Preparatory School, both in Manhattan. A severe football injury left him unavailable for the draft, but he nonetheless joined the United States Marine Corps Platoon Leaders Class, becoming a second lieutenant. He was drafted by the Brooklyn Dodgers out of high school.
  • 1959
    Age 25
    They became engaged in August 1959, and married on July 16, 1960.
    More Details Hide Details They had three children, Donna (born 1962), John Jr. (born 1964), and Laura (born 1966). In the late 1970s, Zaccaro was appointed a member of the New York City Housing Council. By 1984, Zaccaro's company owned or managed over 20 residential and commercial properties in Manhattan. According to a New York Times article, Zaccaro's buildings had accumulated over 100 mostly minor code violations, but some serious, with tenants complaining of poor conditions in some of the apartments.
  • 1951
    Age 17
    He attended Iona College from 1951 to 1955 and graduated with a degree in business administration.
    More Details Hide Details Zaccaro has been a licensed real estate broker since 1951 and a member of the Real Estate Board of New York since 1955. He started working as a salesman for his father, Phillip J. Zaccaro, who had established P. Zaccaro Co., Inc. in 1917. As an agent for the City of New York, that firm had assembled properties which were condemned and upon which Stuyvesant Town, Peter Cooper Village, and Knickerbocker Village were built in the 1930s and 1940s. Zaccaro and Ferraro met in 1954, when she was a sophomore at Marymount Manhattan College.
  • 1933
    Born in 1933.
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