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||This couple divorced in 1954 ||Family F1509
||This date was the publication date ||Family F1183
||Tobia was a twin ||MARCHETTI, Mr. Tobia (I1686)
||TONI SERRANI, age 43; beloved mother of Warren and Danielle; devoted daughter of Nick and Lucy (nee Rutkowski) (both deceased); loving sister of Linda Neitzel (Brian), Susan Somerville (Joffre), Dante Serrani (Cindi) and Sharon Huskins.|
Dear niece, cousin and aunt of many; friend of Will Orch. Friends may call at GOLUBSKI DELIBERATO FUNERAL HOME 4747 TURNEY ROAD, CORNER GARFIELD BLVD. where services will be held on Saturday, October 17, 2009 at 9:00am and at SS. Peter and Paul Church at 9:30am.
Interment Calvary Cemetery. VISITATION FRIDAY 4-8PM. In lieu of flowers, envelopes will be provided at the funeral home. Online condolences may be submitted at GDFH.net.
|SERRANI, Ms. Antoinette Rene (I4776)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||D'AGOSTINO, Rev. Carl Louis (I5256)
||Torquato came to Cleveland, Ohio 23 September 1912.|
He went to his cousin Sante Giannini's house at 7420 Bancroft Avenue
|POLINARI, Mr. Torquato (I306)
||TURCHI LUCILLE D. TURCHI (nee Dascoli) age 87, beloved wife of the late Nazzereno; loving mother of Pamela A. Kandrac (James A.) and Nazzereno E. (Palmina); devoted grandmother of Kristin Ernst (Bret), Lauren and Natalina; |
Dear sister of the following deceased: Joe Dascoli, Merle Dascoli and Philomena "Dolly" Rocco.
Friends may call at GOLUBSKI DELIBERATO FUNERAL HOME, 4747 TURNEY RD. CORNER of GARFIELD BLVD. FOR VISITATION FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2015 FROM 4-8 P.M.
Prayers will be held at the funeral home Saturday, October 17, 2015 at 9 a.m. followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at St. Martin of Tours Church at 9:30 a.m.
Entombment All Saints Cemetery. - See more at: http://obits.cleveland.com/obituaries/cleveland/obituary.aspx?n=lucille-d-turchi-dascoli&pid=176101816&fhid=3447#sthash.i1fLU5iQ.dpuf
|DASCOLI, Ms. Lucille Dolores (I2801)
||Unsolved Murder Victim|
Andrew was the beloved father of Dawn and Theresa. He was a talented musician, and recorded some sleeper records in the 1960s under the name of Andy Lauren on the Kosak record label. He could not compete with the rock and roll craze, so he gave it up to concentrate on raising his family. There is a reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of his killer.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer, Tuesday, December 7, 1982
Andrew Niksick, age 39, beloved father of Dawn and Theresa, grandfather of Tasha Marie, dearest son of Alex, step-son of Jean Niksick, brother of Louis O. Funeral service Thursday, Dec. 9 at 2 p.m.., at Powell-Searles-Bassett Funeral Home, 13955 State Rd. at Rt. 82. Friends received Tuesday 7 ? 9 p.m., Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.
Ashtabula Star Beacon ? December 5, 1982
GENEVA POLICE PROBE MAN'S SHOOTING DEATH
By Linda Chandler (Staff Reporter)
A quiet middleclass neighborhood was shocked Saturday afternoon when police found the body of a man in the basement of a home at 592 Althea Street, Geneva.
Ashtabula County Coroner Larry Brammer would not release the identity of the victim, pending notification of family. Police Chief Frank Hocevar said the victim apparently died of a gunshot wound to the abdomen.
Hocevar said the victim was believed to be the occupant of the home, but the body had not been officially identified.
Neighbors said the occupant had lived in the home for approximately two years. Several neighbors described the occupant as a very quiet, divorced man, approximately 39 years of age, who lived alone in the home and worked at Perry Nuclear Power Plant.
Hocevar said the department was notified of the death at 4 p.m. by someone who came to visit the occupant and found the body lying at the bottom of the basement stairs. Police immediately cordoned off the yard of the residence and began questioning neighbors.
Occupants of the two homes closets to the residence were stunned to hear of the death. Jim Ayers, 600 Althea Street, said his family was home all day, but neither heard nor saw anything unusual before police arrived.
Brammer said a cause of death would be announced Monday afternoon. Hocevar is meeting with his officers today to review notes form the neighborhood interviews and other details of the investigation.
Police questioned neighbors regarding a specific vehicle which was believed to be linked to the shooting death.
Ashtabula Star Beacon ? December 6, 1982
VICTIM IS IDENTIFIED
By Linda Chandler (Staff Reporter)
GENEVA ? Geneva City Police have identified Andrew Niksick, 39, as the homicide victim who was found dead Saturday at his home in Geneva.
Police Chief Frank Hocevar said a visitor at Niksick's home, 592 Althea Street, discovered the body at the bottom of the basement stairs and notified police at 4 p.m.
Hocevar said Niksick apparently died of a gunshot wound to the abdomen, and the condition of the body leads the police to believe the death occurred at least a day prior to the discovery of the body. Hocevar said the case is being handled as a homicide, but declined to say whether the weapon was recovered.
Larry Brammer, Ashtabula County Coroner's Assistant, said cause and time of death will be announced today following an autopsy at 10 a.m. at Ashtabula General Hospital.
Police are baffled as investigation continues because there is no apparent motive for the killing, according to the Police Chief. Investigators found the home in immaculate condition.
Neighbors said Niksick, who moved to the neighborhood approximately two years ago, was divorced and lived alone. He was described as a very quiet yet friendly man who was known to mow the neighbor's yard in the summer and plow the drive in the winter.
A former songwriter and composer, Niksick had a band in Cleveland at one time and made several recordings. He supposedly sold the song "Wooly Bully," to Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs, who made it a hit in the 60's.
Police will continue processing contents of the house today, looking for leads that might aid their investigation. Doors and other objects were removed as evidence from the home and sent to the criminal lab, according to the Chief. These objects will be checked for fingerprints and other evidence.
"We will try to learn as much as we can about the victim," Hocevar said. "We'll try to determine who his associates were, who his friends were, and his enemies, if there were any. We'll be talking to his family. It's going to be a long process.
Police questioned Niksick's neighbors Saturday night to determine whether anyone heard or saw anything unusual. Niksick's two closest neighbors ? the Jim Ayers and Richard Hunt families ? were stunned by the death.
Funeral arrangements for Niksick are pending in Cleveland.
|NIKSICK, Mr. Andrew Richard (I7189)
||View Odoardo's Find A Grave memorial at - |
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|FALZINI, Mr. Odoardo "Ippi" (I21)
||Vincenza died at age 6 Months old ||LESTI, Ms. Vincenza (I852)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||FALZINI, Ms. Pamela Joyce (I482)
||Was a British Sympathiser ||CAMPBELL, Capt. Alexander (I5057)
||Was a Cornonel in WW I ||FALZINI, Mr. Antonino Vittorio Ignazio (I254)
||was a dry pan operator, and lived at 8110 Jefferies Street from 1943 - 47 ||GIANNINI, Mr. Ignazio (I288)
||Was a moonshiner with his cousin, Paolo Falzini. ||GIANNINI, Mr. Umberto (I691)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||FALZINE, Ms. Karen Merle (I744)
||was an office worker for Bond Clothes in1964 ||HUMMEL, Ms. Judith Barbara (I524)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||FALZINI, Ms. Marlene Ann (I518)
||Was Born at Richno # 63, and Died at Richno # 20|
Cause of death was Typhus
|VASCSAK, Mr. Georgius (I2905)
||Was her maiden name spelled Falsini or Falzini ? ||FALZINI, Ms. Eleana (I671)
||Was hit by a car in Columbia Township and dragged 12 miles before the driver discovered that his body was caught on the vehicle ||MONTORI, Mr. Jason Hayes (I5861)
||was the Foreman of Cleveland Container Company in 1942|
Nicholas and Virginia lived at 3435 West 130 th Street
lived at 3435 West 130 th Street worked for Duo Manufacturing
|PAGLIA, Mr. Nicholas Sr. (I178)
||Were Roman Catholic's, and lived at house # 64 in Richno ||VASCSAK, Mr. Franciscus (I2728)
||With the coming of the Civil War, Frank Rockefeller would enlist into the Union army at the age of 16 as a Private in Co. A of the 7th Ohio Infantry. |
He would be wounded twice during the war, the second wound effectively sending him home for the until war's end. The younger brother of John D. Rockefeller, Frank soon started to dislike his brother because of his tremendous wealth.
In 1870, he joined with his father-in-law, William Scofield, to form the Pioneer Oil Works, which would become a rival to John's Standard Oil Co.
Pioneer Oil Works was quickly bought out by Standard Oil. Constantly in bankruptcy and having to be saved by his brothers, his dislike for John grew to the point where he would time and time again testify against him and Standard Oil.
Frank died in 1917 and chose to be buried outside of the Rockefeller family plot.
|ROCKEFELLER, Mr. Franklin (I6271)
||Witnesses for the marriage were - Josephus Tomasko and Franciscus Labanez|
the priest was Ambrosius Kapitâany
||Witnesses for the marriage were - Petrus Schuszter and Andreas Terpak|
The priest was Joannes Groch
||Witnesses for the marriage were Emericus Csarncky and Stephanus Czenki|
The priest was Joannes Groch
||worked as a clerk for Central National Bank, and lived at 4460 East 86th Street in 1947 ||LESTI, Ms. Yola Agnes (I1835)
||worked as a machine operator, and lived at 8413 Bancroft Avenue in 1947 ||LESTI, Ms. Norma Elda (I1749)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||FALZINI, Ms. Romilde (I501)
||Worked in a warehouse in 1919 - 20, and lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue|
Was a laboror in 1925 and lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue 1n 1925
Lived at 7815 Rosewood Ave in 1926
Was 43 years old at the time of his divorce from Esther Laughlin Falzini
Lived at 7815 Rosewood Avenue and was a laboror in 1930
Lived at 3438 West 56th Street in 1932
Lived at 6716 Wakefield Avenue worked as a steel worker in 1934
Drove a truck, and lived at 6716 Wakefield Ave in 1937
Lived at 7913 Clinton Avenue and was a truck driver in 1938
was a truck driver, and lived at 7013 Clinton Avenue in 1940
worked as a truck driver and lived at 7815 Rosewood Ave in 1942 - 1944
worked for Michael Simonelli Trucking Company, and lived at 708 Wellmon in 1954 - 1959
drove a truck for Black Top Paving Company, and lived at 708 Wellmon, in Bedford in 1964 - 70
|FALZINI, Mr. Rodolfo (I36)
||Year of marriage ia estimated by year of 1st child's birth ||Family F384
||Year of marriage was found in publication records ||Family F420
||ZACHARIAS JAMES "DELL" ZACHARIAS, 77, of Brunswick Hills, passed away Jan. 10, 2011. |
He was born June 7, 1933 in Cleveland to Frederick C. and Jeannette (nee Blazer).
He is survived by his wife, Gail; and children, Frederick C. (Kimberly), Sarah Likowski (Douglas), Rebecca; and eight grandchildren.
Brother of Robert L. (Lorraine) and the late Freddie, Leonard, Margaret Taylor and Roy.
A memorial service will be held at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 16 at The Medina Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 7490 Coon Club Rd., Medina.
MALLOY MEMORIAL & CREMATORY - See more at: http://obits.cleveland.com/obituaries/cleveland/obituary.aspx?pid=147794331#sthash.JjLttfim.dpuf
|ZACHARIAS, Mr. James Delmar (I7000)