Inauguration of a workshop area in memory of Giuseppe Ferro “A dream came true” at the Istituto Alberghiero of Termoli

One of the five workshop areas inaugurated this morning at the Istituto Alberghiero di Termoli was named after Giuseppe Ferro (1901-1978).

These areas are meant to let the students have a direct working experience in well-furnished spaces that simulate a bar, a restaurant, a tourist agency or make scientific experiments. Four of the five laboratories were named after the memory of students who died prematurely, Christian, Giorgia, Giuseppe and Giovanni.
The fifth room has named after the memory of Giuseppe Ferro, grandfather of the current owners of La Molisana pasta factory: Giuseppe, Flavio, Rossella and Francesco Ferro, “the one who laid the foundations for a business model that expresses itself not only in Molise but in the world “. Rossella Ferro, who was present at the meeting and saw the presence of many people commented: “A pride to remember my grandfather who together with his great-grandfather gave life to our company. A beautiful appreciation of his work and intuition. This kind of technical institutes are crucial for transferring skills to young people, through practical training My grandfather brought to Molise the milling reality from which everything started. Enlightened person, far-sighted and very socially involved. We try to carry on his story and his example with a great sense of responsibility and seriousness “.