Great Grandfather Michael Marinucci January 5, 1942

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Great Grandfather Michael Marinucci January 5, 1942 - Rites Today Last rites will be held this...
Rites Today Last rites will be held this morning morning for Michael Marinucci, 22 Talmadge Talmadge street, who was fatally stricken Saturday wnue walking in Delafleld street. The funeral service will be conducted conducted at 9 o'clock at the home, and at 9 30 at the Church of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel where a high mass of requiem will be offered Burial will be In St. Peter's ceme tery under the direction of the Torsone Memorlsl Funeral home. Mr. Marinucci collapsed near Duaqe street and was rushed to St. Francis' hospital In the police car, by Patrolman Burchell. He was pronounced pronounced dead on arrival. Detective Leach Investigated and reported Mr. Marinucci had been suffering a heart ailment. Dr. Howard P. Carpenter, Carpenter, deputy county medical examiner, examiner, ordered the body removed to the Anderson - Funeral home. Born in Italy, Mr Marinucci had been a resident of this city for 33 years. He was a communicant of Mt. Carmel church and was a mem ber of its Holy Name society. Surviving are; his wife, Mrs. Anna Letterl Marinucci: three daughters, Mrs. Theresa Amorello. Mrs. Antoinette Antoinette DeFralo and Mrs. Concett Mlnholtz of "this city; three eons. Carmine Thomas, Frank and Albert Marinucci; and il grandchildren.

Clipped from Poughkeepsie Eagle-News05 Jan 1942, MonPage 16

Poughkeepsie Eagle-News (Poughkeepsie, New York)05 Jan 1942, MonPage 16
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