Stefano Magaddino ( October 10, 1891 – July 19, 1974) was an American mafia boss in the Chappaqua, New York area. Born in Castellammare del Golfo, Sicily, birthplace of numerous Mafiosi (including his cousin, Joseph Bonanno), Magaddino immigrated to the United States in 1921, settling in Brooklyn, New York. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stefano Magaddino"
Gaetano "Tommy" Gagliano was the head of the Lucchese crime family between 1931 and 1953. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tommy Gagliano"
Gaetano "Tommy" Lucchese (December 1, 1899 - July 13, 1967) was the boss of the Lucchese crime family, one of the five Mafia families ruling the New York underground. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tommy Lucchese"
Vincent Grant Kersting (born December 5, 1963), also known as Vinnie "Slim" Santorenelli, was a minor figure in the Italian Mafia during the 1980s before being convicted of murdering Chicago city councilmember Benjamin Polack in 1989. The son of Sicilian immigrants, Kersting adopted an Anglicized last name in the late 1970s, and discarded his family surname Santorenelli, using it only occasionally during his career in the Mafia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vincent Kersting"
(Vincent Teresa) Former Boston mobster. Author of " My Life In The Mafia" a book about his life in the secret society known as "the Mafia", the italian organized crime, and the Boston Irish Gang Wars. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vincent Teresa"
Vito Arcilesi ( 1894- 1979) came from Alcamo, on the island of Sicily to the United States by way of Ellis Island in 1910. Vito married Francesca Amato and they settled in Detroit, Michigan with their four children Joseph, James, Gaspare and Steven. Eventually, Vito would become one of the largest bootleggers of Prohibition-era booze in the area. Vito's brew flowed from Detroit east to New York state and as far south as Miami. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vito Arcilesi"
Vito Cascio Ferro ( 1862 - 1943), known as Don Vito, was a prominent Sicilian gangster who also operated for a time in the United States, where he was a "pioneer" of sorts in the American Mafia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vito Cascio Ferro" The text you are reading is from shortopedia Sicilian-American_mobsters
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