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1 Benjamin Frank Martello, 59, died Sunday at a Las Vegas hospital.
He was born Nov. 30, 1940, in South Gate, Calif. A certified public accountant, he was a 40-year resident of Las Vegas and a member of Nevada Society of CPAs and American Institute of CPAs.
He is survived by his wife, Frances of Las Vegas; daughters, Ellen of Sherman Oaks, Calif., and Sheryl of Las Vegas; sons, Ben of Laguna Hills, Calif., and Robert of Wildomar, Calif.; sister, Lou Ann Sieberg of Las Vegas; and six grandchildren.
Visitation will be from 2 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Palm Mortuary-Eastern with services at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Viator Catholic Church. Burial will follow at Palm Valley View Memorial Park. The family requests memorial donations be made to the Diabetes Association Nevada affiliate. 
Martello, Benjamin Frank (I116)
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martello, Graciella Jude (I604)
3 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martello, Lukas Hartman (I221)
4 75 Littlebrook RoadPrinceton, NJ 08540 Nini, Sam (I208)
5 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Schweizer, Benjamin Lewis (I217)
6 815 East 12th StreetAshtabula, Ohio 44004 DiDonato, Florence Anne (I213)
7 According to Uncle Nick Martello, Ben lived in Ashtabula andalso in California. He moved to California due to his wife'spoor health.  Martella, Benedetto Addolorato Angelo (I25)
8 Adopted DiDonato, Filomena (I197)
9 Adopted by Filomena and Achille. Note: a story is told thatFilomena wanted to take one of her sister Addolorato's childrenas one of her own but Addolorato refused. DiDonato, Kelly (I199)
10 Alice spent her early years on Cleveland's East Side, attendingpublic school at Mt. Pleasant Elementary, Corlett Jr. High, EastTechnical and John Adams High Schools. After completing theTenth Grade, she enrolled in the Darvas School of Design whereshe learned the dressmaking trade. Prior to her employment asan office worker by National Screw and Mfg. Co., she had beenemployed as a dressmaker/seamstress by several local firms.Alice, with her family, lived first at 2686 E. 40th. nearScoville Ave., moving in 1911 to 3580 E. 116th St. near BenhamAve., and in 1921 to a larger home at 12504 Rexford Ave untilher marriage to Ralph E. Poulson in 1933. For more about Alice,see Marriage Notes. Rosenjack, Alice (I7)
11 Also known as John Jean Martello or Jack Martell Martell John Jean (I35)
12 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Scarselli, Carmela (I751)
13 Arrived in America aboard ship Didam from Amsterdam to New York at age 27 arriving on 13 April 1892. Umberto's great Great Grandfather. he returned to Italy and lived there in Isernia until his death 24 Sep 1930. Umberto said Michele hated America because they were so controlling with the police watching everything you did. Rumor was that as a contractor Michele hired an under age child of a friend of his. Possibly he was deported but there is no solid evidence of this. Documents state he resided in Harbor, Ohio (Ashtabula) It's believed he came to America first and returned before the three other brothers arrived. The other rumor is that the name was changed from Martella to Martello because it was more masculine. Martella, Michele Arcangelo (I23)
14 At the age of 46, St. Luke's Hospital Martello, Vilma (I46)
15 Aunt Filomen married her cousin DiDonato DiDonato, Achille (I198)
16 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martello, Jane Frances (I131)
17 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mia Gabriela (I218)
18 Buried next to Theresa Jane Martello Martello, Gilbert Anthony (I8)
19 Came to the United States but returned to Italy. Martella, Michele Arcangelo (I23)
20 Canada Izzi, Rosina (I560)
21 Cerebral Hemmorrhage Izzi, Leodora Marie (I473)
22 Changed his name from Martello to Morelli as his wife's familyhad some misgivings about the Martello's. Saw operator atRheems, Mail carrier, Truck loader for Safeway Stores, Producevendor. Most of his life, however, he was a successfulelectrical contractor. Morelli Albert Michael (I40)
23 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Schaffer, James Richard Jr. (I215)
24 Complication due to pneumonia. Izzi, James Vincent (I471)
25 Cremated Morelli, Robert Michael (I411)
26 Crown Hill Cemetery Sectioin 52, Lot 428 grave 1 Schweizer, Allen Lewis (I63)
27 Crown Hill Cemetery Section 52 Lot 428 Grave 1 Schweizer, Allen Lewis (I63)
28 Died at birth. Dates unknown. DiDonato, Unnamed (I634)
29 Died in a war. Izzi, Unknown (I545)
30 Died in an industrial accident while shoveling coal at the power Bennett, Michael (I173)
31 Died May 2, 2006 at 5:15 a.m. Had a stroke earlier.Riverside National Cemetery is located at 22495 Van BurenBlvd., Riverside, CA 92518. Martello, Sharen Ruth (I380)
32 Died of Tuberckulosis & Pneumonia Izzi, Grace Ida (I470)
33 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Morelli, Marie Louise (I369)
34 Domenic and Rafaela came to America in 1912. Izzi, Domenic (I448)
35 First arrived in Newark, NJ in 1895 at the age of 17. His older brothers Michael, Ben and Louis sent steerage fare for his passage to America. The four brothers worked on the docks for three years, saved their money and returned to Italy. There they purchased the ancestral home in Castlepetrosa near Isernia and Campobasso, Italy. Nicola was a singer and musician. He left Italy in 1900 and settled in an Italian ghetto in Newark, NJ. He opened a saloon with a friend and entertained customers with Italian songs. He met Pasquale Gilbert Abruzzese, a prompter in an opera house in Newark. He was invited to the Abruzzese home where he met Uncle Gilbert's sister Fidalba. When Gilbert moved to Pen Argyl, PA to get out of the pollution of NJ, Nicola followed him to be near Fidalba. They married and moved back to New Jersey. Two years after the marriage, George was born. Eventually, they moved to Pen Argyl where Uncle Gilbert obtained a job for Nicola running the steam engine at a slate quarry. After a while, Nicola was encouraged to move to Ashtabula by his brothers who had already settled there working to unload iron ore boats.  Martello, Nicola (I10)
36 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martello, Andrew Thomas (I3)
37 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Martello, Michelle Nicole (I4)
38 First to receive a Master degree in phys. ed from Ohio StateUniversity. Dad Martello was a charmer even up to his last daysin the Ashtabula Country Club nursing home. All who knew himadmired and respected him. He never met a person he didn'tlike. He affected hundreds of people through his contact withthem as a teacher and school principal. Martello, Gilbert Anthony (I8)
39 Grandma Bennett was a wonderful lady. She used to save penniesfor me in a mustard jar. Every time I came to see her inColumbus, she would have a new jar ready. She also liked Pepsiand made some great frozen custard. (NM 2004) Santolia, Rosa (I64)
40 Grandpa Nicola's first spouse. She and grandpa met in Newark, NJ. Fidalba's Brother Giliberti Pasquale was a prompter in an opera house. Grandpa Nicola was a stage musician who performed in many different venues. They met in Newark, but Fidalba's brother was told to move to a better climate due to his health. They moved to Pen Argyl, PA and grandpa Nicola followed Fidalba there. He worked in the slate mines and subsequently married Fidalba. They moved to Ashtabula as relatives there told them there was good money to be made working the iron ore boats. It is believed Fidalba stepped on a rusty nail in her backyard in Ashtabula and developed gangrene. She lost her foot and then her leg and then passed of what was called blood poisoning. (Note death certificate was listed as Freda, not Fidalba.) MARTELLA, Freda Death date: 6/30/1913, Ashtabula county volume #1091, Certificate #31872 Abruzzese Fidalba Alvira Domenica Adele (I11)
41 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Palumbo, Raffaela (I271)
42 Isernia DiPerna, Pasqualina (I204)
43 John was very talented. He developed many skills and wassuccessful at all of them. He was a carpet and tile installer,owned an ice cream truck, was a salesman for Helene Curtis hairproducts. His most successful enterprise was that of a pizzarestuarant. He suffered a heart attack, probably from overwork. Acierno, John Gilbert (I74)

ASHTABULA - Joseph James Martello, age 80, of Lake Road West, died Thursday, March 15, 2007, at Fairview Hospital in Cleveland.
Born July 1, 1926, he was the son of Nicholas and Delores (DiDonato) Martello, and had been a lifelong Ashtabula resident. A 1944 graduate of Ashtabula High School, he furthered his education and graduated from the National Institute of Dry Cleaning. In 1950, he founded Martell Cleaners in Ashtabula where he continued to manage the business until 1992 when his son, George, took over full responsibility of operations.
Joe actively participated in the community as President of the Kiwanis Club, and Exalted Ruler of BPO Elks #208. He was a 25-year member of the Ashtabula Country Club, where he was a two-time club golf champion.
Joe was a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. The primary source of his happiness was spending time with his family and grandchildren. He especially loved extended visits with family and friends at his camp in Lake Washagami, Canada, and was proud to serve as the Chairman of the Washagami Board of Tourism.
His survivors include his wife, Elizabeth (Beer) Martello, whom he married June 19, 1948; seven children, Amy (Jake) Rose of Ashtabula, Mary (Eric) Matzkin of Philadelphia, Pa., Beth Martello of San Francisco, Calif., George (Kim) Martello of N. Kingsville, Joseph J. (Jeanine) Martello, II of Orinda, Calif., Sam (Tracy) Martello of Westlake, and Dan (Becca) Martello of Cleveland; 11 grandchildren, Sarah Rose, Rachael Gladstone, Andrew and Meredith Matzkin, Joe III, John, Sam, Jack, and Grace Martello, and Matthew and Andrew Widlits; one brother, John Martello of Ashtabula; and one sister, Sunda Hardison of Calif.
He was preceded in death by five brothers, George, Gilbert, Anthony, Nick, and Sam; three sisters, Velma Valleta, Delores Acierno, and Palmina Martello; and his parents.
A Memorial Mass will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday, March 19, 2007, at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, 1200 East 21st St., Ashtabula. The Rev. Fr. Joseph Ruggieri, Pastor will preside.
Martello Joseph James (I55)
45 Lived in Isernia Riozzi, Giovanni (I635)
46 Lived in Newark, N.J. and moved to California. He was supposedto return to Italy with earned money to help purchase farm landand build a home. He met a 16 year old girl, married her andtook the money to California to start a produce business. Hebecame very wealthy but lost his fortune during the depression.He had a number of children. Grandpa Nicola used to play aguitar while his brother luigi danced the two step. They workedin bars in the Italian section of Newark.  Martello, Luigi Addolarati (I27)
47 Lived most of his life in California but believe he moved to NYafter the service. Killed in factory accident at age 41. Martello, Cosmo Joseph (I73)
48 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Izzi, Nicolino (I580)
49 Living in New Jersey DiLoreto, Angela (I645)
50 May have been 28 Feb 1905 Martello, Dominic Angelo "Dave" David (I70)

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