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Anthony Festa
06-20-2018
04:43 PM ET (US)
Hi Sandy! Sorry for not getting back to you sooner. I'm not the official moderator of the site (Ellen Baca still is) and I'm unsure if she would have received your e-mail to adjust the site to add / reference the photos for the Pittsburgh Palangio's, I don't think anyone else has that ability to adjust the website. I am aware of several Palangio families that settled in Pittsburgh though, in fact I was just doing some research on a Felix Caste from Pittsburgh not long ago (birth name would have been Felice, I think the Caste was shortened from Castagna - a common surname from Frosolone / San Pietro in Valle). My e-mail is in the text chain below, please contact me and I can share what I have on Pittsburgh branches. Tony
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Sandy
01-31-2018
11:18 PM ET (US)
Hello, I am a part of the Pittsburgh Palangio Family. I emailed some pics and information a few years back. Did you receive them? Would love to see the Pittsburgh Family album added to this site.
Thank you, Sandy in California
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Anthony Festa
03-05-2017
06:44 AM ET (US)
On Tuesday, February 21st, 2017, Michael "Darby" Palangio passed away at his residence in Cochrane, Ontario at the age of 64. He was the son of the late Michael J. Palangio and Rita Palangio (nee David) and the grandson of the late Michael A. Palangio (former mayor of the Town of Cochrane) and the late Anne Palangio (nee Sheridan). He is also survived by his wife Loreen Palangio (nee Strumbel), his siblings Larry (Susan) Palangio, Shane Palangio, Tracey Palangio and Jaysen Palangio, his nieces and nephews Carrissa, Kyle, Carley and Serena, many other relatives and friends. This obituary excerpt can be seen in full here:

http://www.irvineandirvinefuneralhome.com/...-Darby/obituary.php

Tony
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Anthony Festa
01-01-2017
03:47 PM ET (US)
On December 29, 2016, Reverend Garfield "Gary" Palangio of Kitchener, Ontario passed away. He was 81 years old (a few days shy of his 82nd birthday), and was an ordained priest for over 50 years.

(excerpt from his obituary at http://www.lifenews.ca/announcement/704446...end-father-garfield):

Father Palangio is predeceased by his parents Corsino and Beatrice (nee Annett). Lovingly remembered by his brother David (Elin) of North Bay, his nephew Michael (Lisa) and niece Karen (Greg) Bullard, his aunt Rita Scappatura of Kitchener and uncle Michael Palangio of Montreal, plus many friends. Fr. Palangio professed his religious vows in the Congregation on September 8, 1953 and was ordained to ministerial priesthood on May 27, 1961 at St. Peter's Seminary, London, Ontario. Fr. Gary ministered as a Catholic educator at North Bay College (Scollard Hall), St. Jerome's H.S., and St. Mary's College, St. Mary's, Kentucky. In 1977 Fr. Gary acted as chaplain at Bishop David H.S. in Louisville, Kentucky. Fr. Gary undertook the role of Parish Pastor at St. Cecilia's Parish, Louisville, Kentucky and also Blessed Sacrament Parish, Burford. He was Associate Pastor at St. Mary's, Kitchener. Fr. Palangio performed administrative duties for St. Mary's, Linwood and St. Joseph's Parish, Macton. Fr. Gary studied at the Divine Word Centre, in London, ON and Corporate Ministry program in St. Louis, MO. In 2002, he retired to Resurrection Manor in Waterloo. Fr. Palangio held a variety of leadership roles within the Congregation, including assistant administrator at Resurrection Manor, Director of Missions, editor for the Resurrection Bulletin, House Superior for St. Cecilia's and Resurrection College House and was a member of a number of committees. Fr. Gary's life was a long, active and respected one. He was very interested in the roles of school chaplaincy, spiritual director and counseling areas of pastoral ministry. His many years of faithful service touched the lives of his students, brother religious, parishioners, family and friends during his many years of dedicated ministry. His love of people were among personal traits recognized by all who encountered him. We wish to express our gratitude to PeopleCare A.R. Goudie Kitchener and their staff for the care they provided to Fr. Palangio over the past five years.
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Anthony Festa
09-14-2016
08:57 AM ET (US)
On September 12, 2016, Arthur Palangio of North Bay, Ontario passed away peacefully at Waters Edge Care Giving Center - he was 85 years old.

(excerpt from his obituary at http://www.mcguintyfuneralhome.com/notices/Arthur-Palangio):

Predeceased by his wife Helen (née Alexander). Loving father of Joe, Vincent (Carla), Ron (Joanne), Jamie (Connie) and Richard (Deanna). He will be lovingly remembered by 11 grandchildren. He will be sadly missed by his daughter-in-law Lynn Palangio, nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Predeceased by his parents John and Rose Palangio and his brothers, Ronald and John (Adele). Art was the proud owner of Deluxe Coach Lines. His greatest passion and interest in life was his antique car collection.

Family and friends may pay their respects at McGuinty Funeral Home (North Bay) on Wednesday September 14, 2016 from 2 – 4 p.m. and 7 - 9 p.m. Funeral mass will be celebrated at the Pro-Cathedral of the Assumption, Thursday at 10:00 a.m. Cremation will follow at Whispering Pines Funeral Home Crematorium. As expressions of sympathy, and in memory of his wife Helen, donations to the Alzheimer’s Society would be gratefully appreciated by the family. The family would like to thank Dr. Redhead and the staff at Waters Edge for their compassion and care of dad.
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decarlolisa113@aol.com
07-08-2016
11:00 PM ET (US)
Sad news indeed. Thank you for notifying the members of this forum.
Sent from my iPhone
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Anthony Festa
07-08-2016
07:03 PM ET (US)
It is with sadness that I must report that Jim Roy, a constant contributor to this forum, had passed away on June 28, 2016 in Ottawa, Canada. I was alerted to this via e-mail from Joe Palangio who heard the news from Robert Palangio.

While I could not find an obituary for Jim, I can say that he was the son of Ernest Roy and Ellen Palangio. Born in 1947, I understand that Jim had a career in southeast Asia working for an aid agency and met his wife there, and had two children. I am sure that there are others who read and contribute to this forum that may know more about him, and I welcome your thoughts and comments.

As a past contributor myself who has done (and continues to do) extensive research on the Palangio families that came from the comune of Frosolone and its neighboring hamlet (frazione) of San Pietro in Valle, I can only hope that I can pick up the mantle Jim carried and read through/contribute on a more constant basis for those coming here for information on those who immigrated from this small slice of Italy to places such as New Jersey, Rhode Island, Ontario, upstate New York, and many places in between. These immigrants with surnames such as (but not limited to) Palangio, Sardella, Fazioli, Mainella, Mastropietro, Colaneri, Fraraccio, Ianiro, Di Nezza, Paolucci, and Tasillo (just to name a few) contributed greatly to the expansion and growth of North America, and it is here that we honor and remember them and their ancestors.

As always I can be contacted at: tonyf23@optonline.net for any/all inquiries on these topics, and will strive to monitor the forum more closely on a monthly basis if possible.

Tony Festa
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Jim Roy
01-29-2016
05:19 AM ET (US)
Greetings

Subscribe to Palangio.com and its forum

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Amanda Palangio/Perron
01-28-2016
08:18 PM ET (US)
im the grand daughter of John Vincent and im still learning all about the family. everyday im meeting more and more people who know our family and who i am related to. My father was john jr who passed away when i was really young so i would love to hear and learn more about our family
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Joan Durso
11-01-2015
07:17 PM ET (US)
The 1938 obituary of Cristoforo Fazioli of Troy, N.Y. who was originally from Frosolone, Italy indicates that one of his sisters was a Mrs. D. Panlangio (probably Palangio) of Somerville. His second wife was my second great Aunt, Catherine Winters. I'm presuming that he was related to the Palangio's by his sister's marriage. Would anyone know her first name and/or her husband's first name?
Edited 11-01-2015 07:18 PM
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Jim Roy
10-07-2015
09:49 PM ET (US)
Palangio, John Vincent
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John Palangio
Died peacefully surrounded by family at the North Bay Regional Health Centre on Tuesday, October 6, 2015. He was in his 83rd year. John was the beloved husband of Adele (Corbeil) and much loved father of John Jr. (deceased), Jennifer (Dan Berthiaume), Rosanne (Mark Blackadar), and Mark (Kathryn). Poppa to Jonathan, Amanda (Justin), Emilie (Ryan), Kyle, Andrew, Breanna, and Evan. Great Grandfather to Rachelle, Robin and Kinsley. He will be sadly missed by his brother Arthur (Helen deceased) and sister-in-laws Bernice Legris, Gloria Fenlon (Bob) and Joan McCauley. Pre-deceased by parents John and Rose Palangio, and brother Ron and brother-in-law Ed McCauley, Eric Campion Gerald Keech and Alf Legris and sister-in-laws Anita Campion and Corine Keech. He will be fondly remembered by many nieces and nephews. In his youth he studied piano at Saint Michael’s Choir School in Toronto. He was one of North Bay’s entrepreneurs owning Red-I- Ray Foods, Red-I-View, and The Ice Factory. He was instrumental in building 810 Main West which was at the time the tallest apartment building in North Bay. He enjoyed travelling with his wife and best friends Ron and Marjorie Charette. He was an active member of the Pro Cathedral of the Assumption serving on the church council and the Men’s Club. John was a 3rd Degree Knight of the 12030 Council. If you desire, memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation and the Canadian Diabetes Society would be appreciated by his family. Visitation will take place from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. on Friday, October 9th at McGuinty Funeral Home (North Bay). Mass celebrating John’s life will be celebrated at the ProCathedral of the Assumption on Saturday, October 10, 2015 at 10 am. Private Interment at a later date. The family would like to thank Dr. Authurs and the trauma team at the NBRHC for their exceptional care of John. Online condolences can be made at www.mcguintyfuneralhome.com
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Jim Roy
06-14-2015
08:41 AM ET (US)
   http://yourlifemoments.ca/sitepages/obituary.asp?oId=887328

        
Peter John Palangio
PALANGIO, Peter John - Passed peacefully at North Bay Regional Health Center on Thursday, June 11, 2015. Peter was the beloved husband of Shirley Palangio (nee Tindall). Loving father of Kerri and her husband Jindra of Toronto, Randy of Toronto, Peter and his partner Christina of North Bay and Stacey of Ottawa. Proud grandfather to Alexa, Marek, Francesca Tupy and Remy and Jac Wade. Dearly loved brother of Sylvia Colan (nee Palangio, husband Edmund) and Rhondi Palangio. Fondly remembered by his nieces and nephews Cynthia, Edmund, Vincent and Alessondra. Predeceased by parents Peter and Dorothy (nee Doyle) Palangio and stepmother Irene (nee Dwyer) Palangio. Peter enjoyed his daily coffee gatherings, jazz and car racing but was happiest when surrounded by family and friends. Memorial service to be held Sunday, 2 pm, June 14, 2015, at the MARTYN FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL . Donations to the North Bay Regional Health Center would be gratefully appreciated by the family. Condolences may be offered online at www.martynfh.com12940699
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Alissa Noe
02-20-2015
12:21 AM ET (US)
Sylvia, Thank you for the hint!
Alissa Noe
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Sylvia Palangio colan
01-06-2015
05:03 PM ET (US)
Alissa Noe... Google ...Imperial Schrade Knives...click on the one for Wikipedia. Then on the left side you will see Imperial knives. It gives you there history.
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Alissa Noe
01-05-2015
05:36 PM ET (US)
Hello!

My Palengio is most likely Donata Palengio who married a Nicola Zampini. An ancestry member helped me discover this information as I am new and slow moving with unearthing ancestors. I will attempt to find more information. They were all from the Frosolone area and some were most likely, I should say that they were in the Knife making business. My grandmother, whom is still living, says that her father had a trade of Knife making. I think some relatives traveled to the United States and began the Imperial Knife business. Any correspondence concerning ancestry is great! I appreciate any and all information. I am happy to correspond.

Alissa Noe
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