feature story / 43 With the help of family and friends” – and a stellar realtor, Rena Spangler – “we managed to move forward with the sale of our house and move to a new apartment." An entrepreneur, Felice is co-owner of Girlie Action Media, Marketing & Manage- ment, a music and en- tertainment PR and marketing firm based in New York and LA, which she launched in 1994. Joe and Felice had worked together at Girlie Action for the first 10 years of their 18-year relationship. Joe was al- ways a huge music fan; it was one of the many things they shared. He was thrilled to have worked and been friends with many of his favor- ite musicians from Tori Amos to Ben Jaffe of the Preservation Hall Band to They Might Be Giants, who played a show in Joe and Felice’s back yard to celebrate the opening of the Cupcake Corral. Felice was able to lean on her busi- ness partner, Vickie Starr, and her staff at Girlie Action. “I didn’t go to work for three months, though I spent those months dealing with the move, the house sale and an estate sale. It was non-stop,” she recalls. “Hank was able to spend much of the summer at camp. His counselor at Fairview Lake had lost his mother a few years before and was a great support to Hank. I was so thankful that he didn’t have to be home for the move; it was brutal.” Joe’s death also shocked the Maple- wood and South Orange community. So many people knew him from Cedar Joe and Felice hosted the Orchard Park Happy Hour & Social Club for friends and neighbors most Fridays of every summer for almost a decade. They Might Be Giants played a show in Joe and Felice's back yard to celebrate the opening of the Cupcake Corral. Tori Amos was one of Joe's favorite musicians. The Fur Salon 15 Village Plaza, South Orange | 973-763-2283 • Custom & Ready Made • Storage • Cleaning • Glazing • Alterations “Cold” storage For further Information, or to sign up contact Paula at farbrookminicamp@gmail.com This Summer I will be a clown in the circus, dance in the sprinkler, ride a pony in a rodeo, sing songs around the campfire, jump through hoops, view wildlife in my binoculars, play the saxophone, learn to “downward dog”, make ice cream, and send a rocket to the moon. You can too ... The ultimate camping experience for 3-7 year olds. Directors: Paula Levin, Bill Deltz and Donna Deltz