Arcangelo Barletta

Arcangelo Barletta

MARION OAKS, Fla. – Arcangelo Barletta, 86, of

Marion Oaks* Fla;, died Monday,

awly 22, 1996, at GVPH Medical

Center in Plattsburgh.

• He was born in Sezze, Italy,

Sept. 14, 1909, the son of

Allesandr o and Stell a

(DiProspero) Barletta,

w«He -served in the Merchant

iWfepiiesduring World War II. He

att4 his wife, Mary Ann, owned

and operated the AB. Supply

Company, a sporting good store,

in Mechanicville where they

.manufactured fishing tackle. He

was also a manufacturers’ representative, In 1962j he purchased

;J;h6 Wells. House in Pottersville

:and in 1964, he built the A,B.

tMotel in Pottersville.

T He was a memher of the

tBenevplent & Protective Order of

jElks in Mechanicyille, the Plumb

»tr6pk Fish & Game Club and the

^Trails End Lodge. He was a

founding member of the Potjtersvilie Pronioters. He was a

communicant of St. Jude’s

-Roman Catholic Church in

Marion Oaks, Fla.

; For th<?!

past 15 years, he spent

winters in Florida and summers

•at Chazy Lake.

j Survivors include his wife of

ij5 years, Edith Agoney Welch

Barletta of Marion Oaks, Fla.;

four daughters, Irene Moyer of

Flint, Mich;; Clara Barletta of

Madison, Jean Crane of Waverly

Hills, Ga., and Stella VanDeriwarker of Pottersville; a son,

Michael Barletta of Honolulu,

Hawaii; six step-daughters,

Helen Rock and Carolyn

Rushford, both of Ocala, Fla.,

Peggy Spencer of Alabama, Jane

Floyd of Texas, Josephine

Bushey of West Chazy, and

Geraldin e Langsto n of

Oklahoma; two step-sons,

Leonard Welch of Merrills,

Thomas Welch of Cadyville;

three sisters, Ernesta Marchionne and Flora Mancini, both

of Fonda, and Ahtonia Leonoro of

Italy; three brothers, Salvadore

Barletta of Fonda, and Fracino

Barletta and Dante Barletta,

bi)th of Italy; and many grandchildren, great-grandchildren,

nieces and nephews.

, .His wife of 40 years, Mary Ann

Simiele Barletta, a sister,

Angelina DeDeGregorie, and a

step-son, Francis Welch, all died

before him.

. A funeral will be held today at

1 p.m. at St. John the Baptist

Catholic-Church in Chestertown

with the Rev. Joseph O’Brien,

pastor, officiating. Burial will

follow in St. Paul’s Cemetery in


Arrangements were with Barton-Mcpermott Funeral Home,

Pine Street, Chestertown

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