Ten years ago, the Ciruli family organized a reunion of several generations in their home county of Pueblo, Colorado – more than 150 family members, from their 80s down to those enjoying a bounce house.
Several members born in the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s have since passed away, but the family thrives throughout Colorado and nationally, especially in the West. Today, I spend much time on the California coast, and my cousin, Charles “Chuck” Ciruli, is with his family south of Tucson, Arizona.
We had two young cousins from the family in Rome and they are doing well. We miss seeing all the family, but as the times improve, hopefully we can be together again before long.