"Alphonse Catanese's father ran a construction company. Every year, he would pack turkeys in ice in the back of a dump truck, then drive to job sites and supply yards in Brooklyn and Queens to provide employees and friends with their Thansgiving bird.
"When Mr. Catanese retired from his own career in construction a few years ago, he wanted to continue his fathers charitable efforts. So he and his wife, Maria, decided to revive the tradition of distributing turkeys as a way to honor their parents — though they don't use a dump truck." Read more