|| Linked to
Marriage date from publication record
|LAURENTI, Mr. Orfeo Luigi (I364)
Died at Normandy in WWII He was found with his dog tags and 6 cents.
His girfriend was Katie Bangoff. Never married, had no children.
His nickname was Two Bits
Albert is Buried in St. Laurent Sur Mer France
He was baptised by Rev. Humberto Rocchi.
The sponsors were Loretus and Maria Paravano
lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue worked as a truck driver from 1930 - 1935
lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue in 1936 ( his name was spelled Falsini )
lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue in 1942
|FALZINI, Mr. Albert "Two Bits" (I41)
|| Patricia Gonzalez, 92 of Dacula, GA., entered into rest on Wednesday, September 7, 2011 in Dacula, Ga. |
A Funeral Service will be held on Monday, September 12, 2011 1:00pm at Forest Lawn Funeral Home South & Memorial Gardens.
Visitation will be held Monday, September 12, 2011 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm at Forest Lawn Funeral Home South & Memorial Gardens Ft. Lauderdale.
|FALZINI, Ms. Patricia (I57)
||(Medical):Acute Cardiac Failure due to criminal abortion ||PROSCIUTTI, Ms. Domenica (I1502)
||(Medical):Run over by a street car ||GADDISH, Mr. Stephen (I4831)
||4 Sept 1881 and 12 Dec 1883 both are Pubblication Date's ||Family F1255
||49th Governor of New York |
January 1, 1959 ? December 18, 1973
Lieutenant Malcolm Wilson
41st Vice President of the United States
December 19, 1974 ? January 20, 1977
President Gerald Ford
Preceded by Gerald Ford
Succeeded by Walter Mondale
|ROCKEFELLER, Mr. Nelson Aldrich (I6255)
||According to Louis P. deBoer in his "Pre-American Notes on Old|
Netherland Families", this was origonally a Flemish family from the
Province of Zeeland in the Netherlands.
Protestent Flemish refugees had settled in large numbers in East Friesland, New Netherlands, and
who from 1558 on had come there either by way of England or Rineland.
(Ref. "The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey" Vol. IV,p.57).
"The combination of Joost and Carel in patronymical formation is very rare.
It is therefore remarkable to find a certain Carel Joosten marry on
Nov. 7, 1597, in the Dutch Reformed Church at Leyden, Michieltje
It was common to see Flemish families in the late 16th
century continually going back and forth between the Holland and the
Zeeland cities, especially from Leyden, Holland and Middelburg,
Zeeland. (Ref. Ibid, Vol X, p.321 and Baptisims, Vol D, fol.22).
Joost Carelsen (Joost, the son of Carel) first appeared in the
New Amsterdam court records on Dec. 22, 1653, and it is probable he
came to New Netherland (New York) not long before.
He was a ship builder, and his yard was at "Smith's Valley" on the west side of the
present Pearl St. between Wall St. and Franklin Square, which had been
bought before May 17, 1661.
Joost became a member of the New York Dutch Church on May 28,
1701, when he was recorded as being from Middleburg. He and his wife
were still living in 1703, then over 60 years of age, according to the
New York City census that year.
All their children were baptised in the Dutch Reformed Church in New Amsterdam. They were known by their patronymic "Joosten", i.e. son or daughter of Joost, but when grown.
and married, all bore the full family name of van Sysen.
Origin of Immigrant: Middleburg, Zeeland, Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Birth: 1630 Netherlands
Immigrant's Date & Place of Death: aft 1703, New York City
Immigrant's Spouse: Styntje Jans
Source of Information: VanSice Family Genealogy, Published in New York, 19 59, by Wilson V. Ledley
Immigrant's Children: Marritie VanSice, Birth ABT 14 Jul 1658
Maria VanSice, Birth ABT 15 Aug 1660
Jacobus Debebois Saertie VanSice, Birth ABT 5 Jan 1662/63
Isaac DeMille, Birth 7 Dec 1659, Death 1712
Jannetje VanSice, Birth ABT 16 Nov 1664 John Pell, Bplace London, England
Cornelis VanSice, Birth ABT 13 Sep 1666, Death 25 Oct 1733 Catherine DeHae rt, Death 15 Apr 1742
Catalyn VanSice, Birth ABT 10 Jan 1668/69
Johanne Joosten VanSice, Birth ABT 2 Dec 1670, New Amsterdam, USA, Dea th 29 Nov 1757, New York Judith Verwey, Bplace Ft. Orange, Albany, NY, Dea th 1757
Notes: Joost Carelszen Van Sysen it is estimated before 1650. He was a shi pbuilder. He was partners with Hendrick Lambertszen and thier yard w as at "Smith's Valley" on the west side of the present Pearl Street betwe en Wall St and Franklin Square in New York City's Manhattan.
Notes received during trip to Bradford County, Pennsylvania
Hoost carelszen (van Sysen), the first American ancestor of the Van Sise f amily, was born in Middleburg, in the provice of Zeeland in the Netherland s, according to his statement upon joining the New York Dutch Church, prob ably about 1630. As he first appeared in the New Amsterdam court Recor ds on Dec. 22, 1653, and fairly feequently thereafter, it is probable th at he came to New Netherland not long before. Accoding to Mr. de Boor (o p. cit.) he was a ship builder in partnership with Hendrick Lambertezen Mo l, and their yard was at "Smith's Valley" on the west side of the prese nt Pearl street between Wall St. and Franklin Square (VNY73), which had be en bought before May 17, 1661 (RNA 2:7). Vanentine listed his proper ty in 1674 as of "4thclass" and estimated his wealth at $500 (ibid); in t he tax list of Mar 7, 1698 his property was valued at 10pounds (TNYHS 2:25 0). Joost became a member of the New York Duthch Church on May 28, 170 1, when he was recored as being from Middleburg (GBR25:259). He and h is wife were still living in 1703, then over sixty uears of age, accordi ng to the New York City census of that year. His wife, whom he probably m arried in Holland, was Styntje Jan of unknown paretage
Notes from Ancestry of Patricia and Sandra Brooks:
According to Louis P. deBoer in his "Pre-American Notes on Old Netherla nd Families", this was origionally a Flemish family from the Province of Z eeland in the Netherlands. Protestent Flemish refugees had settled in lar ge numbers in East Friesland, New Netherlands, and who from 1558 on had co me there either by was of England or Rineland. [Ref. "The Genealogical M agazine of New Jersey" Vol. IV, p57.]
"Ther combination of Joost and Carel in a patronymical formation is very r are. It is therefore remarkable to find a certain Carel Joosten mar ry on Nov. 7, 1597in the Dutch Reformed Church at Leyden, Michieltje Corne lis."
It was common to see Flemish families in the late 16th century continual ly going back and forth between the Holland and the Zeeland cities, especi ally from Leyden, Holland, and Middelburg, Zeeland. [Ref. Ibid. Vol X p.3 21 and Baptisims, Vol D, fol.22]
Hoost Carelsen (Joost, the son of Carel) first appeared in the New Amsterd am court records on Dec. 22, 653, and it is probable he came to New Nether land (New York) not long before. He was a shipbuilder, and his yard w as at "Smith's Valley" on the west side of the present Pearl Street betwe en Wall Street and Franklin Square, which had been bought before May 17, 1 661.
Joost became a member of the New York Dutch Church on May 28, 1701, wh en he was recorded as being from Middleburg. He and his wife were stillli ving in 1703, then over 60 years of age, according to the New York City ce nsus that year. All their children were baptised in the Dutch Reformed Ch urch in New Amsterdam. They were known by their patronymic "Joosten", i. e. son or daughter of Joost, but when grown and married, all bore the fu ll family name of van Sysen.
|CARELSZEN, Mr. Joost (I5093)
||After Esther and Rudy divorced, She changed the spelling of her name to " Falzine "|
Her children, Daniel and Karen, also took the Falzine spelling
worked as a pharmacist living on 6716 Wakefield Road from 1935 to 1937
worked as a pharmicist, and lived at 7913 Clinton Avenue in 1938
lived on 7013 Clinton Ave worked as a pharmacist from 1942 - 1944
was a pharmacist for the city hospital in 1947
working as a pharmacist, and living at 7105 Clinton Avenue in 1958 - 1963
was retired, and living at 7105 Clinton Avenue in 1966 - 1971
|LAUGHLIN, Ms. Esther May (I486)
||After three years of suffering from paralysis, James Van Sise died yesterday morning at his late residence, 163 Division Avenue. Mr. Van Sise was descended from one of the oldest Long Island families, and was born in 1820. He was in active business until 10 years ago, when he retired.|
-Daily Brooklyn Eagle obituary
|VAN SISE, Mr. James (I5438)
||Albert was 28 years old when he came to America ||PACUET, Mr. Albert (I162)
||Alfredo Falzini Arrived in America on October 13, 1912. He went to his cousin Romolo Paolo's on at 1438 - 1439 Orange Ave. in Cleveland, Ohio|
lived at 7715 Vineyard Avenue in 1916
lived at 8030 Bancroft Avenue in 1920 - 21 he was a steelworker
Alfredo lived at 2823 Woodland Ave apartment #3 with Fortunata and John in 1931
Both Alfredo and John's name's were spelled, Fallsini
Was John Fallsini Alfredo's son Giovanni ?
Lived at 2823 Woodland Avenue Apartment #3 and worked as a laboror in 1932
When the Lonardo brother's,who ran Cleveland's East Side took over Woodland Avenue, Alfredo who was not associated with them was told, leave and go back to Castelnuovo or he would be killed
|FALZINI, Mr. Alfredo (I115)
||Although he was commonly known as David or Davey, his given name was Ottavio.|
He was Baptised by Father E. Raia at St. Anthony of Padua Church.
His sponsors were Ottavio Scilanca and Vincentia Falzini
lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue in 1935
David and Nellie lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue in 1938
worked as a truck driver, and lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue in 1942
was a bartender at Flamingo's and lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue in 1947
lived at 15703 Corkhill Road in 1952
was a truck driver for Whitehouse Concrete, and lived at 4139 E. 104th Street in 1963
truck driver for Whitehouse Cement, he lived at 3842 Wendy Lane in 1965
worked for Whitehouse Cement He lived at 5131 East 112th Street in 1967 - 70
|FALZINI, Mr. David Sr (I40)
||Although she was commonly known as Helen, her given name was Elena.|
Elena was Baptised by Father E. Raia.
Her sponsors were Leone Perini and Embria Falzini
Helen lived at 7815 Rosewood Ave, and was a sales clerk in a store
Helen lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue and worked as a maid in 1934
lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue in 1935
|FALZINI, Ms. Helen (I108)
||Although she was commonly known as Pat and her nick name was Polly, her given name was Palmiram.|
Baptised by Rev. Humberto Rocchi.
Sponsors were Loretus and Maria Paravano
listed in the 1936 telephone directory as Pauline Falsini, shelived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue
listed in the telephone directory as Pauline, lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue in 1937
lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue in 1938
|FALZINI, Ms. Patricia (I57)
||American financier. He was the second son of William Goodsell Rockefeller and Sarah Elizabeth "Elsie" Stillman. |
Godfrey served as a second lieutenant in World War One, was a member of the Skull and Bones society graduating from Yale University in 1921, and served as a lieutenant colonel during World War Two.
He was partner in Clark, Dodge & Company; stockholder in the Enterprise Development Corporation; chairman of the Cranston Print Works; director of Benson & Hedges; trustee of the Fairfield Foundation; and had been a director of Freeport-McMoRan since December 1931.
|ROCKEFELLER, Mr. Godfrey Stillman (I7115)
||Andrea Falzini is a Vetrianarian in Castelnuovo di porto ||FALZINI, Mr. Andrea (I430)
||Angela lived only 22 minutes ||TROVARELLI, Ms. Angela (I772)
||Anna's Sponsor's at her baptism were Ignazio Montori and his wife, Domenica ||CORRADI, Ms. Anna Therese (I2183)
||Antonina died at 1 year and 6 months old. ||MARCHETTI, Ms. Antonia (I1312)
||Antonio died in a car accident.|
He was a vetrinarian
|FALZINI, Mr. Antonio (I672)
||Antonio Giammarile fought and died in World War 1 ||GIAMMARILE, Mr. Antonio (I1648)
||Antonio's nickname was Tinner|
was a laboror from 1930- 31
worked for a shoe repair shop in 1932, and lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue
worked as a hat cleaner, and lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue in 1934
was a machinist and lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue in 1935
was a laboror in living at 7815 Rosewood Avenue from 1936 to 1938
lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue in 1940
lived at 7807 Rosewood Avenue and wooked as a truck driver in 1943 - 1944
Drove a truck and lived at 7807 Rosewood Avenue in 1947
lived at 4871 Banbury Court, and drove a truck for The Horvitz Company in 1964
lived at 4719 1/2 Walford and worked for Horvitz Construction in 1967 - 68
lived at 4714 Dalebrige Road, drove a truck for Horvitz Construction Company in 1969 - 1970
|FALZINI, Mr. Antonio "Tinner" (I39)
||Applied for a marriage license on 3 April 1900 ||Family F2221
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Private (I2652)
||At the age of 25, Tomasso came to Cleveland, Ohio on 25 October 1910|
He went to the house of his brother, Giovanni
While in Cleveland, Ohio he married his wife, Barbara Turchi about 1912
Lived at 11704 Ingersoll Ave in 1914
|GIAMMARILE, Mr. Tomasso (I1554)
||At the time of his death Antonino was 105 years old ||PICCHIOTTI, Mr. Antonino Remo (I1972)
||Augusto Moved to South America to be a farmer and raise a family ||GIAMMARILE, Mr. Augusto (I654)
||Baptised at St. Anthony of Padua Parish on Febuary 17th 1918 by Father E. Raia.|
The sponsors were Ambrosina Mangano and Oeter Pasquitti
Linda attended grade school at Miles Avenue Elementary School where she graduated in 1930.
She received her high school diploma in 1934 from South High and subsequently took a number of jobs, including a position as a waitress at the Trianon Ballroom (where she listened to Duke Ellington and his jazz ensemble and spent her break time dancing to her heart's content) and, later, as a seamstress helping the war efforts.
But Linda always dreamed of working in the medical field and in 1952 she finally secured a position as a surgical assistant at Deaconess Hospital in Parma, Ohio.
She was fascinated by medical procedures and enjoyed her duties as one of the women in charge of insuring all surgical instruments were ready for the surgeon during each operation.
It was during her tenure at Deaconess that she met and immediately fell in love with a brilliant and handsome young Italian resident in the Department of Anesthesiology.
His name was Frank Paino. In May of 1953, Linda Laurenti married Dr. Frank Paino and the two went on to see the birth of their son, Angelo Frank, in December of 1954 and (twins) Frank & Gerrie in the fall of 1960.
|LAURENTI, Ms. Linda Therese (I393)
||Baptised at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Bedford, Ohio By Reverand John J. Price|
Her God parent's were Albert and Helen Falzini
Lived at 531 Helper Drive in 1954
in 1955 - 1956 lived at 531Helper Street ( name was listed in telephone directory as Faizini )
|FALZINI, Ms. Caroline (I88)
||Baptised at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Bedford, Ohio By: Reverand John J. Price|
His Godparent's were John Dvorak and Ann Busch
city policeman for Bedford Heights
lived at 23361 Aurora Rd in 1965 - 68
lived at 6124 Ridgeway Drivein Bedford Heights in 1969 - 1970
|FALZINI, Mr. Richard (I89)
||Baptised at St. Mary's Catolic Church in Bedford, Ohio By: Reverand John J. Price|
Her Godparent's were Albert and Helen Falzini
Mary was confirmed on 29 April 1937 at St. Mary's
|FALZINI, Ms. Mary Elizabeth (I86)
||Baptised by Father E. Raia.|
Sponsors were Leone Perini and Embria Falzini
Baptism took place at St. Anthony of Padua Parish
|FALZINI, Mr. Amerigo (I106)
||Baptised on 27 November 1921 at St. Anthony's Padua Parish|
Godparent's were Francisco Marrapese and Teresa DiMatteo
1943 - 44 Eliot served in the Army
worked as a clerk in a store, and lived at 8413 Bancroft Avenue in 1947
|LESTI, Mr. Eliot Dino (I1672)
||Baptism sponsors were Nazzareno and Plamina Novelli|
Priest officiating was F. L. Clovis
|LESTI, Ms. Anita M. (I1748)
||Baptism Sponsors were Romano and Angelina Giannini|
Priest was R.F. Clovis
|LESTI, Mr. John (I1754)
||Barbara is not married, but just lives with Ermanno ||FALZINI, Ms. Barbara (I433)
||based on the first child's birth date, the marriage probably occured about this time, as no Marriage Record was available ||Family F289
||Beloved husband of Elizabeth, father of Henry; Mrs. Albert Meyers and Mrs. Alfred Bowlzer in his 72d year. |
Funeral from late residence, 8020 Holton, Tuesday, June 10, at 1:30. Burial Woodland cemetery.
Friends invited. 1841 - 1913 age 71. Woodland Cemetery Cleveland, Ohio.
|FEHR, Mr. Phillip (I7245)
||Beloved wife of the late Phillip Fehr, mother of Henry Fehr, Elizabeth Meyer and Flla Bowlzer of Los Angeles, Cal. |
Died 3:45 p. m. Sunday at the home pf her son, Henry, 3272 W. 98th street.
Funeral Wenesday, at 2 p. m. from late residence.
|LEAS, Ms. Mary Elizabeth (I7246)
||Beniamino Falzini died before 1871 ||FALZINI, Mr. Beniamino Silvester Antonio (I124)
||Bianca was born into a nobile family ||BODIN DE CHATELARD, Ms. Bianca (I3325)
||BILLI LEE J. BILLI age 69 of Independence. |
Beloved husband of Virginia (nee Kubicky); loving father of Tammy Billi, Tina Nelson (Daniel), Lee Billi Jr., Gayle Witowski (Stanley), Carolyn Gunn (Christopher) and Christopher Barto;
Cherished grandfather of 7 and great-grandfather of 5; dear brother of Irma Schab and Rita Larkin (deceased); uncle and great-uncle of many; special friend of Larry Kaczmarek and Robert Juliani.
Retired Captain of the Cuyahoga Hts. Fire Department after 33 years of service as a firefighter, paramedic and Haz-Mat team member.
Lee was an avid fisherman, hunter and nature enthusiast.
U.S. Army Veteran of the Vietnam War.
Friends may call at VODRAZKA FUNERAL HOME OF INDEPENDENCE, 6505 BRECKSVILLE RD. (RT. 21, SO. OF ROCKSIDE) MONDAY 2-4 AND 6-9 P.M.
Funeral services at the funeral home Tuesday, June 16 at 9 a.m.
Interment Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery, Rittman, OH. www.cleveland.com/obits - See more at: http://obits.cleveland.com/obituaries/Cleveland/obituary.aspx?pid=175051198#sthash.6JWyhbk3.dpuf
|BILLI, Mr. Lee (I5021)
||Birh date was estimated by the birth date of her husband, Antonino Bernardini ||PROSPERI, Ms. Maddalena (I2524)
||Birth Date based on birth date of wife, since his birth record was un - available ||MENICHELLI, Mr. Aniceto (I955)
||Birth Date is based on birth date on husband, since her birth date was un - available ||CANTONI, Ms. Felicitta (I810)
||Birth Date is based on birth of her husband, which was also estimated ||MARCHETTI, Ms. Carolina (I2045)
||Birth date is based on the birth date of her husband ||MARCHETTI, Ms. Elena (I686)
||Birth date is based on the birth of her husband's birth ||ROSSI, Ms. Marianna (I626)
||Birth Date is based on the birth of her husband, which was also estimated ||GIAMMARILE, Ms. Maria Grazia (I1009)
||Birth date is based on the birth of her husbasd, since her birth record was not available ||CANTONI, Ms. Fortunata (I2423)
||Birth date is based on the birth of husband, since her birth record was un - available ||AMORI, Ms. Nicolina (I873)
||Birth Date is estimated ||POLINARI, Mr. Luigi (I301)
||Birth Date is estimated ||POLINARI, Mr. Antonino (I936)
||Birth date is estimated ||POLINARI, Mr. Giacomo (I1818)
||Birth date is estimated ||FAMIANI, Ms. Vincenza (I1852)
||Birth date is estimated ||LEONITTI, Ms. Margherita (I2428)
||Birth Date is estimated ||TURCHI, Mr. Antonio (I2429)
||Birth Date is estimated ||TURCHI, Mr. Giuliano (I2641)
||Birth date is estimated ||ARIGONI, Ms. Maddalena (I2644)
||Birth date is estimated by the birth of wife, Adelaide Bali ||LAZZARI, Mr. Domenico (I2119)
||Birth date is estimated by the bith date of her husband ||BALDELLI, Ms. Amalia (I2175)
||Birth date is estimated by the date of her marriage ||BELTRANI, Ms. Rosa (I1715)
||Birth date is estimated, by the birth of her husband, Pietro Virgili ||TURCHI, Ms. Paolina (I994)
||Birth Date is estimated, by the birth of his wife, Rosa Lesti ||RUSCHI, Mr. Ignazio (I1578)
||Birth date is estimated, by the date of her marriage ||CORRADI, Ms. Erminia (I1708)
||Birth date is estimated, since no birth record's were available ||VIRGILI, Mr. Luigi (I2104)
||Birth date is estimated, since no birth records were avalable ||PICCHIOTTI, Ms. Angela (I2024)
||Birth Date was based on husband's birth, since her birth record was un - available ||MORELLI, Ms. Maria (I634)
||Birth Date was based on the birth of her husband, since her birth date was un - available ||PICCHIOTTI, Ms. Elisabetta (I1020)
||birth date was estimated ||TUROLI, Mr. Vincenzo (I1056)
||birth date was estimated ||POLI, Ms. Adelaide (I1057)
||birth date was estimated ||ZUCCHINI, Ms. Antonia (I1562)
||Birth date was estimated by the birth date of her husband's birth, since her birth record was un - available ||MARCHETTI, Ms. Maria Luigia (I608)
||Birth date was estimated from the marriage date, which is also an estimation ||BELTRANI, Mr. Francesco Antonio (I2643)
||Birth Date was estimated, since a birth record could not be located ||GIANNINI, Ms. Giacinta (I1332)
||birth date was unknown, so it was based on the birth date of her husband ||CACCIAFESTA, Ms. Luisa (I2556)
||Birth Record found in book of baptisims 1868 -1902 # 69 ||FALZINI, Ms. Maria Anna (I371)
||Born at Richno # 64|
Died at Richno # 2
|VASCAK, Mr. Jacobus (I2908)
||Born at Richno # 9|
Died at Richno # 10
Death due to Dysenteria
Priest was Ladislaos Popovich
|VASCSAK, Mr. Mathaeus (I2906)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||FALZINI, Ms. Yolanda Virginia (I27)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||FERRITTO, Mr. Ronald D. (I9)
||Born the same day as Elisabetta Giammarile, daughter of Alfredo Falzini and Fortunata Giammarile, who kind of doted on her because of it. ||GIAMMARILE, Ms. Rita (I1508)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||FALZINI, Mr. Raymond George (I500)
||BURTON ? Louis P. Niksick Sr., of Burton, died Dec. 22, 2013 at his home. He was 65.|
Born Feb 15, 1948, in Cleveland to Alex Niksick and Linda (nee Laurenti) Paino, he had been a resident of West Park before moving to Burton 23 years ago. He served in the U.S. Army at the end of Vietnam.
Lou was a car enthusiast, specifically hot rods. He enjoyed taking his car to area shows and meets.
Survivors include his son,s Louis P. (Becky) Niksick Jr. of East Claridon and Anthony ?Tony? (Erin) Niksick of Chardon; four grandchildren; girlfriend, Karen Zerby of Avon Lake; dog, Rusty; half brother, Angelo ?Frank? (Deb) Piano; and two half sisters.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and brother, Andrew Niksick.
Funeral services were held Dec. 28 at the Burr Funeral Home, 116 South St., Chardon. Visitation was Dec. 28 from 10 a.m. to noon at the funeral home.
Donations suggested to the Wounded Warrior Project, Wounded Warrior Project, PO BOX 758517, Topeka, KS 66675.
Information and condolences on line at www.burrservice.com.
|NIKSICK, Mr. Louis Paul Sr. (I7208)
||Came to America in 1912, and was a Pick miner in " B " Mine at The Pittsburg Terminal #2 mines.|
He was injured and permanently disabled, and confined to a wheel chair, from an accident that broke his back.
He was rehabilatated in 1948, and also learned the leather trade,during his rehabilatation.
|SIMONCELLI, Mr. Albino (I3095)
||Came to America, and moved to Luzerne, Pennsylvania.|
Enlisted in the Draft for World War I
|PICCHIOTTI, Mr. Domenico (I2522)
||Came to the United States in 1922 ||GANOVSKY, Ms. Mary (I2028)
||Cause of death was Inflamatory Pulmatory ||TERPAK, Mr. Aloysius (I2726)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||THOMAS, Mr. Dion Joseph (I4353)
||Child was illegitimite ||VASCAK, Mr. Donatus (I3561)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Family F183
||Daniel, 62, of Caro, went home to be with his Lord on Thursday, October 31, 2013, surrounded by his loving family. He was the son of the late Louis A. and Valeria Marie (Csutoras) Corradi.|
Dan was a 1969 graduate of Caro High School, and was united in marriage with the former Helen Burnham on December 2, 1972 in Caro.
Following high school, Dan enlisted in the United States Navy, serving on a Destroyer Escort during the Viet Nam War. Soon after his return to Caro, he began employment with Continental Telephone and retired from CenturyTel after thirty-two years of service.
Dan approached all of his endeavors with a passion whether it was his family, his church, his work, or his community. He was a husband, father, coach and for thirty-three years a member of the Caro Fire Department, retiring as Assistant Chief in 2010. Dan was a member of the First Baptist Church in Caro and the Tuscola County Conservation Club.
He enjoyed shooting skeet, playing baseball, hunting, fishing, cooking, baking pies, and travel, especially cruises. He loved cheese puffs and ice cream.
Dan is survived by his loving wife of forty years, Helen Corradi; two sons and their wives, Kurt & Kristina Corradi of Berkley, Kevin & Lindsay Corradi of Tallahassee, Florida; one grandson, Marino Corradi of Tallahassee, Florida; and several nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers, Louis Corradi, Jr. and David Corradi.
Funeral services were held on Monday, November 4, 2013 at the Caro First Baptist Church with Rev. Ronald Wigand officiating.
In lieu of flowers, those planning an expression of sympathy may wish to consider memorial contributions to the Caro Fire Department, First Baptist Church of Caro, or United Hospice
|CORRADI, Mr. Daniel Joseph (I5927)
||Date of marriage is based on te birth of child ||Family F406
||Date of marriage is estimated ||Family F116
||Date of marriage publication 21 Oct 1937 ||Family F1342
||Date of marriage publication 6 September 1931 ||Family F2178
||Date of marriage publication was 12 January 1901 ||Family F1193
||Date of marriage taken from publication record ||SERRANI, Mr. Giovanni (I1036)
||Date of marriage was based on birth of first child since no marriage record was available ||Family F489