Ethel Ferrario

‘Keep smiling, it looks good on you’ according to Ethel Ferrario, who turned 102, Feb. 24. Ethel has lived in South San Francisco for 90 years and has spent the last 80 years in the same home where she raised her family. Joining her to mark this milestone were her three children, Timmy (Axel), Rob (Lynne) and Bruce; as well as six grandchildren Kristi (Paul), Kerri (Jeff), Bobby, Michael (Alisha), Dominic and Gino; and nine great-grandchildren Angela, Anthony, Luciana, Lola, Leo, Lilly, Carter, Gemma and Siena.

‘Keep smiling, it looks good on you’ according to Ethel Ferrario, who turned 102, Feb. 24. Ethel has lived in South San Francisco for 90 years and has spent the last 80 years in the same home where she raised her family. Joining her to mark this milestone were her three children, Timmy (Axel), Rob (Lynne) and Bruce; as well as six grandchildren Kristi (Paul), Kerri (Jeff), Bobby, Michael (Alisha), Dominic and Gino; and nine great-grandchildren Angela, Anthony, Luciana, Lola, Leo, Lilly, Carter, Gemma and Siena.

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