Rattled by his father’s death and haunted by a family history of heart disease, Geno Vento decided to address his lifelong battle with obesity.
The ceremony to honor the founder of Geno’s Steaks had the same flavor as plaque dedications to fallen police officers and firefighters.
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Employees at Geno’s Steaks learned of their boss’s passing when they came in to work the evening shift.
The long-time owner of Geno’s Steaks in South Philadelphia has passed away.
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The city says it rejected Vento’s offer because he demanded his name on plaques on the trailers, but Vento says it was out of of spite.