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Name: Lucille V. Cinquegrani

Parents: John B. Turano and Delia G. (Bevacqua) Turano

DOD: Tuesday, December 24, 2002, WMHS - Memorial Campus, Cumberland, MD

Predeceased by: parents; sister, Josephine F. Gray; brother, Robert J. Turano

Survived by: brothers, John A. Turano; Eugene E. Turano and his wife Rosemary, all of Cumberland, MD; sister, Violet D. Sell, Cumberland, MD

Burial: SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery, Cumberland, MD

Source: Adams Family Funeral Home, Cumberland, MD
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)
Posted April 29, 2016

CISSEL, Joseph Clark

Joseph Clark Cissel, 52, of Silver Spring, former state's attorney Montgomery county (Maryland) and prominent in Maryland National Guard activities for about 30 years, died this morning in the Bethesda Medical Center where he was admitted July 3. Mr. Cissel was born at Colesville, Md., a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Cissel; and lived in Montgomery county all of his life. In recent years he resided at 8804 Second Avenue, Silver Spring. At the outbreak of the First World War, he enlisted in the National Guard in Company K and served in France as a lieutenant. Returning to civilian life, he resumed his studies at the Georgetown University Law School and was elected state's attorney of Montgomery county a few years following his graduation. Mr. Cissel organized the Service Company of the National Guard at Silver Spring in 1920 and served as its commander until 1938 when he resigned due to the press of business. When Maryland Guardsmen were reactivated in 1940 he re-enlisted in his old company as a private, but later was assigned to officers' school at Fort Benning and after being transferred to the 33rd Division saw service in the South Pacific to be discharged with the rank of major. Mr. Cissel was well known and active in Democratic political circles in Western Maryland and also prominent in affairs of the 29th Division Association, Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion, being a charter member of the VFW at Silver Spring and one of the founders of Cissel-Saxton American Legion Post. He served as vice president of the Silver Spring Building and Supply Company from 1943 until several weeks ago when he was elected secretary-treasurer. Mr. Cissel is survived by his wife, the former Leona (Yarnall) Speelman, formerly of Cumberland, and three children by his former wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Cissel, Silver Spring. They are Mrs. Elizabeth Kelley, Maxwell Field, Alabama, and Mrs. Margaret Sundermann and John C. Cissel, both of Silver Spring. He is also survived by two stepchildren, Lawrence Speelman and Ann Speelman, both of Silver Spring, and six grandchildren. Funeral arrangements have not been completed.
The Cumberland Evening Times, July 11, 1951
(Courtesy of Sheryl Kelso)

 

CITOMIL, Antoni
LEDESCO, Francisco

Three men were killed Mon evening at Dan's Run, about two miles east of Pattersons Creek by being struck by B&O Number 14, a broken rail had caused the train to be diverted to the opposite track and the unsuspecting men were caught. Two of the men were Italians, Francisco Ledesco & Antoni Citomil.
Keyser Tribune, November 24, 1911
(Courtesy of Patti McDonald)
Posted July 24, 2010

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