Chris Ferraiolo is a Wonderful WikiTreer and recently minted Coordinator for Italian Roots!

+21 votes
Chris has been playing a supporting role in the Italian roots project for some time now, and not long ago we made it official and "tied the knot" making him our new project coordinator for Italian Roots,  

I'll ask Chris to do a little self-into here and to do likewise on our mailing list.


Thank you Chris!
WikiTree profile: Chris Ferraiolo
asked in Appreciation by Michael Maranda G2G6 Mach 6 (61.6k points)
Way to go Chris! Congratulations!
Hey hey hey
Thanks, guys! =D

And hey, Eddie!
Congratulation Chris keep up your amazing work

Congratulations Chris and Michael you make a great team I'm sure ! 

Good Luck with the Project and have fun and of course if you need some help, just ask !

hehehe, Quebecois project is one he is also involved in, since he's among my cousins on that side of the equation.  :D  Good show Chris.
Thanks, Danielle! =D

6 Answers

+12 votes
Best answer
Well, Ah do declah....At least you bought me dinner first, Mike.

Thanks for making me a coordinator and it was my pleasure to support you and the project. Out of all the projects we have here on Wikitree, Italian roots needs a good boost. Been doing what I can to make a lot of profiles and help wherever possible.

I should introduce myself. I don't think I ever did an intro here. I just sort of dove right in and the rest is history. I'm not just a member of the Italian Roots project. I'm also in several other projects run by some awesome people. To list them all would take a while.

I thought I already introduced myself on the mailing list ages ago. Ah well. Thanks for the nod, sir. I promise to be firmly fair and fairly firm.
answered by Chris Ferraiolo G2G6 Pilot (149k points)
selected by Dorothy Barry
+10 votes
Well done Chris.
answered by Doug Lockwood G2G Astronaut (2.2m points)
Thanks, Doug.
+10 votes

           ....... Way to go Chris!!

answered by Dorothy Barry G2G Astronaut (1.2m points)
+7 votes
Well deserved recognition Chris!   Your enthusiasm and willingness to pitch in and help is wonderful!
answered by Laura Bozzay G2G6 Pilot (442k points)
Thanks, Laura! =D
+8 votes
Congratulations Chris! I know that you will do fabulous things with the project!
answered by Mindy Silva G2G6 Pilot (175k points)
Canollis for everyone?
Are you making them? lol...

Sounds yummy
Actually, I was gonna get some at Tripoli Pizza. =)

I once got a "make your own canolli" kit. It was different. Not fresh by ANY means.
+3 votes
Congratulations Chris and thank you for all of your hard work! I would send you cookies if I thought they would show up without getting squished and stale :-)
answered by Emma MacBeath G2G6 Pilot (515k points)
That's okay. I can take lobster-grams. Those are a thing. =)
Are you serious?  Shaking my head.  What will they think of next?
Oh, yes. Lobster grams are a thing. My parents sent lobsters to my brother and his family once. Cost a lot of course. They live in Virginia and don't get a lot of lobster down there. It's like Edible arrangements but with crustaceans.

If someone can make it into a thing, it will happen. Blue Apron delivers ingredients to make food. Lots of strange things now. Of course I wouldn't trust Blue Apron and raw meat but whatever.

It's like Edible arrangements but with crustaceans. 

Oh the picture this gives in my head made me laugh so hard!  Thank you.  Needed that! :-)

No problem! =D

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