Berkshire Eagle 23 Sept 1971 Obituary, M.Catalano
50 years in Utica, N.Y., .where a.m. Micliele Catalano Michele A. Catalano, 81, of Palermo, Sicily, died Tuesday. He was a former Pittsfield resi- dent. via, N.Y., and Mr. and Born in Palermo, he lived for be ^"jfÂ· as he was employed for many at years as a foreman for the Utica Steam Engine Boiler with Works until retiring in 1956. Catalano came to Pittsfield in 1969 and remained here until returning returning to Sicily to live about year ago. . He leaves eight daughters, L. Cacicio, Mrs. John P. Colwell and Mrs. Paul ren s W PnlWnrn .Tr all nf Pitfcfiolrt W. Polidoro Jr., all of Pittsfield, Mrs. Gerard W. LaVallee of Lenox, Mrs. Noble J. Francoeur and Mrs. Edward Mitchell, both of Berkshire Village, Mrs. Michael Michael Polizzi of Gardenia, Calif., and Mrs. Robert MacWhinnie Rochester, N.Y.; three sons, Vincent Catlin of Frankfort, N.Y., Carl Catlin of Redonda Beach, Calif., and Anthony Mal- 1(H . d Q ' f Gardenia . ~ 3 i g randc ~hji. tal great-grandchil- ternoon at 3 at d ren. Cemetery, Kent, Conn. Services and burial were in Palermo.