Cucie was the daughter of Louis and Mildred Massarella Caporizzo. She was born on
August 10, 1927 in Stamford, CT. and married Edward F. Weeks. Cucie was a registered nurse and worked for the Stamford Board of Health for twenty years.
Eddie was born on November 13, 1929 in Jersey City, NJ. He was the son of Charles and Mary McNeill Weeks. Cucie and Eddie had three sons, Edward L., Timothy P., Gregory G. and one daughter Robin. Her husband Eddie died at the age of 37 from congestive heart failure on August 1, 1967 in Stamford and is buried at
Cucie's second husband was Walter J. Zwick. They were married in Stamford on July 6, 1973. Walter was
54 and Cucie was 45. Walter was the son of Wasil and Albina Zelonka Zwick and was born July 1, 1918 in
Springfield, VT. He was a US Marine Corps veteran of World War II and witnessed the flag raising at Iwo Jima while serving with the 4th Marine Division in the South Pacific. Walter was a self-employed plumbing and heating contractor.
He died from cardiac arrest on December 28, 1997 at St. Joseph Medical Center in Stamford.
Cucie and Eddie's son Gregory G. Weeks died Thursday, December 23, 1999 at home from cardiac arrest. He had been born on August 7, 1960 in Greenwich. Gregory was a veteran of the US Marines and was a carpenter.
Cucie also died of cardiac arrest on Sunday February 17, 2001 at her home.
On July 6, 2004, Cucie's son Edward died at his home in Boca Raton, Florida. He had been born on August 11, 1951 in Greenwich. He was raised and educated in Stamford and was a graduate of Stamford High School in 1969. He earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from Norwalk Community College.
Edward married Andrea Vorvis and they had two daughters, Kelley E. and Megan J. Weeks and two sons,
Edward L. Weeks, Jr. and Andrew J. Weeks.
Edward was co-owner of Dorchester of the Weeks and Devonish Insurance Agency in the Dorchester section of Boston since the company's founding in 1994. He enjoyed spending time with his children, especially their visits to the family lake house in Webster, Mass.
He was a sports enthusiast and was dedicated to the New York area professional teams.
He also enjoyed sailing and golf.
Edward was involved with his children's activities and participation in sports. He was a volunteer T-ball and basketball coach at the YMCA in North Attleboro, Mass. for many years. He also served as a volunteer for the PAL league in Plainville.
Cucie at far right. Dad could only identify her and Fannie (at the left).
I say that's dad in the buggy, can you help Aunt Marie?