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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Ernesta Barletta

Ernesta BarlettaMarchionne September 4, 2012

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Mrs. Ernesta Barletta Marchio nne, 94, formerly of Cemetery Street, Fonda, New York, and Canal Street, Fort Plain, N.Y., passed away peacefully early Friday morning, August 31, 2012.

Ernesta was born on August 27, 1918, in Yosts-Fonda, N.Y., and was the daughter of AlessandroBarletta and Stella DiProspero Barletta. She was baptized in Syracuse, N.Y., and her family moved back to Italy in 1922. She returned to the United States after WW II in 1946. Mrs. Marchionne was a mother and homemaker at her home in Fonda, N.Y. for many years until she moved to Fort Plain to be closer to her daughter. She enjoyed crocheting, cross-stiching, playing Italian card games, and cooking homemade Italian food. Above all she adored her family, and everyone who met her fell in love with her.

Mrs. Marchionne was a communicate of St. Cecilia Roman Catholic Church in Fonda, N.Y., later attending Our Lady of Hope with her family when she moved to Fort Plain.

In September 1938, Ernesta Barletta married Filippo Marchionne, a marriage that lasted over 50 years until his death on January 31, 1990.

She was preceded in death by her brothers, Archangelo Barletta, Salvatore Barletta, andDante Carlo  Barletta; and sisters, AngelinaBarletta De Gregori and Flora Barletta Mancini. She was also predeceased by a great-grandson, Zack Davis.

Mrs. Marchionne is survived by her daughter, Dr. Rita Marchionne Pineyro and her husband, Dr. Alfonso F. Pineyro II of Fort Plain, N.Y.; son, Mr. Luigi Marchionne and his wife, Olivia Torres Marchionne of Laredo, Texas; brother, FrancescoBarletta and a sister, Antonia Barletta Leonoro , both of Sezze, Latina, Italy; grandchildren, Rita Annette Pineyro and her husband, Francis Allen Conover II, of Lee Center, N.Y., Dr. Alfonso F. Pineyro III and his wife, Annie Armstrong Pineyro of Seattle, Washington, Filippo Marchionne and his wife, Roberta Degiacomo Marchionne of Warwick, R.I., Angelica Ernestina Marchionne and Jolina Maria Davis, both of Peachtree City, Ga.; great-grandchildren, Isabel Minter, Darby Davis, Luciana Marchionne, and Luigi Marchionne. She is also survived by several nieces, nephews and cousins, both here and in Italy.

The family will receive relatives and friends at Gray-Houghtaling and Smith Funeral Home, 34 Center Street, Fort Plain, NY 13339 on Friday, September 7, 2012, from 5 to 8 p.m.

A Prayer Service will be held on Saturday, September 8, 2012, at 10:30 a.m. at the funeral home, followed by a Mass of Christian burial at 11 a.m. at Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church, Reid Street, Fort Plain, NY 13339, with a burial following in St. Cecilia Roman Catholic Cemetery in Fonda, N.Y.


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