Talk about a Hoboken Business run by a quintessential Hoboken family! Lets talk about Truglio’s!
Everyone loves Truglios Meat Market!
Established in 1952 by Al Truglio, who obtained a VA loan to start the business along with his wife, Mama Lucy, Truglio’s is the last Butcher store left in Hoboken. Today it’s run by Brothers Joe and Steve Truglio. They sat down with Hoboken Internet Radio co-hosts Roger Muller and Hoboken Historian Len Luizzi to reminisce and share stories about this famous Hoboken institution where everyone is still treated like Family.
The show was Recorded at Muller Insurance Company on May 17, 2017 and produced by HIR’s Jay Trelease.
The oldest family run business in Hoboken was started way back in 1906 by John Muller. It’s been one hundred and ten years and ever since Muller insurance has been providing Hoboken residents with their insurance needs along with the personal touch that only a home town family run business can provide. In this edition of Hoboken’s Talking we talk with Roger Muller, who along with his sister Erika, is the third generation to continue the family tradition. Roger enjoys hockey, scuba diving and fishing but his real affection is for the city of Hoboken, it’s people and it’s history.
Everybody knows Vinny Wassman He's lived in Hoboken for 91 years..
He was born on 2nd and Monroe and he's been active in the civic life of this town for 70
of those years. Having been on a first name basis with the 9 of the last 10 Mayors.
Vinnie remembers when goats ran free through the western part of town and when kids would
line up at the Barber shop to get a free haircut off the Mayor's dime.
In this segment of Hoboken's Talking , Co-Hosts Jay Trelease and Hoboken
Historian Len Luizzi talk to this wonderful man who has walked with kings but never lost the
Jay Trelease talks with Doug Auld, a Hoboken artist who for the last decade has been painting portraits of burn survivors. One of those survivors was Louis Beaubrun. She’s a psychologist and author. They will appear together in Hoboken later this month.
Hoboken Historian Len Luizzi join’s Jay Trelease in an interview with Santo Millici. He’s the guy who wrote President Ronald Reagan in 1984 and invited him to the St.Ann’s Feast. Not only did the President show up, he brought along one of Hoboken’s favorite son’s.
This interview is just the first in a series that will be presented on Hoboken Internet Radio and on Podbean in celebration of Frank Sinatra’s 100th Birthday. Check it out on Podcasts.
New York Radio and TV personality Jay Trelease has called Hoboken home for almost as long as he’s worked in Gotham. He talks for a living and now he’s talking with Hobokens endless stream of characters who make up the fabric of Mile Square. Check out Hoboken’s Talking with Jay Trelease 9am Friday morning at Hoboken Internet Radio.com. Or check it out right now.
Meet Mario, just Mario. Come on you know who he is!