| Helen D'Avanzo|
Harold Angel Giuliani
| September 26, 1909 (1909-09-26) Brooklyn, NY, U.S.|
St. John Cemetery (Queens), Queens, NY, U.S.
Mother of New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani
Louis D'Avanzo (1898–1957)
Adelena D'Avanzo (1901–1968)
8 September 2002, Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States
New York City, New York, United States
Rudy Giuliani, Judith Giuliani, Regina Peruggi, Donna Hanover, Andrew Giuliani
Helen Giuliani (née D'Avanzo; September 26, 1909 – September 8 2002) was the mother of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
Helen Giuliani Wikipedia
Helen Giuliani (née D'Avanzo) was born in Brooklyn, on Sept. 26, 1909, to Luigi (Louis) and Adelena D'Avanzo. Her father, a barber who had emigrated from Avellino Italy, died in 1925, leaving her mother to raise her and her six siblings. Helen and her siblings were raised Roman Catholic.
She met Harold Giuliani, a plumber and bartender, at a party in 1929 or 1930; They married in 1936, and had one child: Rudy Giuliani, in 1944. The family lived in East Flatbush, Brooklyn until Harold died of prostate cancer in 1981, after which time Helen moved to Manhattan's Upper East Side.
She was featured in a television commercial to promote her son in the 1993 Mayoral Election.