the biggest death metal festivals in the world.” French wore a ring from Gitelle inscribed with the words “5A loves 6A,” but the couple didn’t marry, partly because they knew if they did, they’d have to give up one of their rent-regulated apartments.
But that changed in 2012 when the building went condo; the landlord agreed to give them one of the units if they relinquished the other. Now they live together in Apartment 6A, the same unit French’s parents moved into in 1958 and the home of a 7-foot-tall house plant named Evelyn given to French’s mother by his father in 1967.
When fan mail meant for French came to her unit, 5A, she delivered the messages to the guitarist in Apartment 6A.
They became friends, as did their respective spouses and children, but romance didn’t blossom right away.
Now retired, the Armendarizes once ran the Mexi-Frost food company.
The pair lives in Long Island, where they raised four children.
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With friendship in mind, Gitelle then ventured that she and French, now 65, should hang out.
They ended up on a dinner date, then several more, and Gitelle soon became a fixture on Twisted Sister tours. “Here’s this nice, high-end, private school-, college-educated Jewish woman flung into …
He proposed on the stoop of the Yorkville building last summer, and now the 27-year-old marketing professional and 33-year-old groom are planning an autumn 2018 wedding.