Eileen made each one of her "million" friends feel like they were unique and special. She always remembered a fun story I told her the first time we met. It was about a scarf of mine that my mom liked and wanted. Everytime I wore that scarf, she'd say, "Now why DIDN'T you give that scarf to your mom????" And then we'd laugh and then talk about NY/New Jersey stuff. She is the reason for the phrase "courage of her convictions". Her voice will resonate in our memories and her heart and spirit will live on within each of us. We were lucky to have known her.....and knowing Kylen is just as special. Love, Judy
Another Party at Eileens <3 She was the glue that kept us all together
David loved his Aunt Eileen's cars, especially her convertibles. He would very proudly ask her, "Aunt Eileen, take your top off"
Eileen at MannyFest 1, Mar. 21, 1998, with Ralph "Smitty" Smith.