Niagara Gazette — “She’s just the best part of my life,” he said of his wife, Sheila. “She’s always been supportive and allowed me to do all the crazy things I’ve done over time.”
Many people have had a hand in the planning of DiFrancesco’s retirement party, which will be held at the Como Restaurant on Pine Ave. from 1 to 4 p.m. It costs $25 to attend, including the price for a retirement gift.
“Some of my friends say if they had to do it over again they’d change and do something different. If I had to do it again, I’d do it again,” He said. “Being able to work with our greatest treasure, our kids, is a noble profession, and it’s always made me feel comfortable, and it’s made me feel good.
“If I had to leave you with a message it would be about doing good things for our kids, you can never go wrong.”