|Floyd Lanny Martin (#47610184)|
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|I live in Texas City Galveston County. We have pictures of every cemetery in Galveston County with the exception of Mount Olivet which is being done by another club. So I have the pictures already. These pics belong to the public use as you wish but this is not for commercial use on paid websites. Will be happy to transfer any memorials to family members.|
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|Fasullo||Angelo Eugene Montalbano|
Hi Floyd, I found an obituary for Angelo and thought it would be nice if you could possibly add a bio for him in.
Angelo Eugene Montalbano
Galveston – Angelo Montalbano, 81, of Galveston, passed away at his home surrounded by his family on July 25, 2011. He was born in Galveston on January 3, 1930. Angelo was a brick mason by trade and worked in Galveston for many years. He served in the US Navy based in San Diego, California. He was active in the Galveston Mardi Gras as well. Angelo spent 35 years as a football referee with the crew of Billy Rees, Jim Kleinecke, Buddy Mullens, and Robert McLaren. Angelo lived his entire life in Galveston and was a beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. He Leaves many, many nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family members and friends too numerous to mention.
Angelo is preceded in death by his parents Paul James and Georgina Montalbano, of Galveston; sister, Sadie Jean Micheletti, of La Marque; and son, Michael Joseph Montalbano, of Galveston.
He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Maryann Montalbano of Galveston; sons, Paul and Peggy Montalbano of Galveston, and Louis and Tammy Montalbano of Galveston; daughters, Angela Kunz of Galveston, Kathy and John MacLean of Oak Leaf, Texas; daughter-in-law, Judi Montalbano of Glenn Heights, Texas; 9 grandchildren, and a great grandson, Michael; brother-in-law, Carl and Carole Vento; sister-in-law Rose and Curt Heximer of Covington, Louisiana.
Honorary pallbearers will be Paul Montalbano, Frank Montalbano, Louis Montalbano, Christopher Kunz, Christopher Kunz, Ryan Kunz, Paul Montalbano II and Parker Montalbano.
Due to his wishes the services will be private but the family encourages visitors to come to the family home on Thursday evening at 6:00 p.m. in celebration of Angelo’s life.
The family wishes to thank Pam Austin, RN, of the Hospice Care team for her wonderful assistance during this difficult time.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in Angelo’s name to the Galveston chapter of the VFW.
Added by Fasullo on Sep 26, 2014 5:38 PM
|Fasullo||RE: Vincent Emmite|
Thank you Floyd! I enjoy trying to find obits and other information on the ones that already have memorials. I have found memorials of family members that have more information than I have and really enjoy knowing something that I didn't already know.
Thank you again!
Added by Fasullo on Sep 24, 2014 9:24 AM
Thank you for the transfer of Vincent to me. Hopefully I'll be able to find out more about him and his family. If I can ever help you or transfer anyone to you, just let me know.
Thank you again,
Added by Fasullo on Sep 23, 2014 6:31 PM
|Fasullo||RE: Salvatore Emmite Sponsorship|
Hi Floyd, I don't expect you to transfer the memorial to me. The only reason that I sponsor some of the memorials is to be able, in case I find pictures of them or other information, is to be able to add it in. The only reason that I sent you a message was maybe you could insert the obituary in for Salvatore in hope that it might help others find someone that they have been looking for. I got the obit for him from newspapers.com. Please don't feel obligated to transfer him to me as I don't expect you to do that at all, just was hoping that you would copy and paste his obit in. If you want to transfer him, that's okay too. Thank you for the message and offer.
Suzan Fasullo Fausset
Added by Fasullo on Sep 23, 2014 9:04 AM
|Fasullo||Vincent Gary Emmite|
Floyd, Thank you for adding in Vincent's obituary and I would imagine that it will help others who are looking for more information than they have. Wish the picture was better, feel free to remove it if you don't want it there. Thanks again!
Added by Fasullo on Sep 22, 2014 6:01 PM
|Fasullo||Vincent Gary Emmite Obit|
The Galveston Daily News Nov. 14, 1981
Vincent Gary Emmite
Funeral services for Vincent Gary Emmite, 30, of Galveston, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at Malloy & Son Funeral Home Chapel, the Rev. Edward Proffitt of Glad Tidings Assembly of God Church in Texas City. Burial will be at Grace Memorial Park in Alta Loma.
Mr. Emmite died Thursday at John Sealy Hospital. He was born Jan. 15, 1951 in Galveston. Mr. Emmite was a self- employed painter, a member of the First Assembly of God Church in Galveston, served in the U.S. Army and was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie 48.
Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Wayne Emmite Turner of Galveston, father, Mike N. Emmite of Galveston; stepfather, Harvey L. Turner of Galveston; stepmother, Betty Jean Emmite of Galveston; sons, Michael Waye Emmite and David James Emmite, both of Galveston; sisters, Diane O’Neal of Texas City and Camille Emmite of Galveston; grandmother, Myrtle Andrews of Huntsville; grandfather Salvatore Emmite of Dickinson; devoted friend Don Ruttiger of Galveston; numerous aunts, uncles, stepbrothers, stepsisters and other relatives. Visitors may call at Malloy & Son Funeral Home after 3 p.m. Sunday.
Pallbearers will be Billy Jack Lee, Peter Drossos, Douglas Rutherford, John Rutherford, Alex Cruz and Bobby Lee.
Thought that maybe you'd like to add this obit in with your memorial for Vincent Gary Emmite as it might help someone who is looking for more information on Vincent Emmite.
Added by Fasullo on Sep 22, 2014 3:35 PM
|Melissa Cassidy-Dwyer||Micheal Dwyer|
Thank you for the cemetery records, really appreciate it.
|Dottie Doak||RE: The Bests|
Would you happen to know what happened to John Joseph Best who came to Texas with a wife and six sons in 1845? I am wondering if he died on the trip because I have not been able to find anything on him once he got here.
|Dottie Doak||best marker|
At Old Catholic Cemetery in Galveston on Broadway.
|Dottie Doak||best marker|
Could you tell me the location of the Best family marker you have pictured?
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