"Jerry" 90, loving husband of Barbara Lombard-Angiulo passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Saturday August 29, 2009. Gennaro Jay "Jerry" Angiulo Sr. (Italian pronunciation: [dʒenˈnaːro ˈandʒulo]; March 20, 1919 – August 29, 2009) was an Italian-American New England mob underboss who rose through the Mafia under Raymond L. S. Patriarca in the Patriarca crime family.He was convicted of racketeering in 1986 and was in jail until being released in 2007. Angiulo enlisted in the U.S. Navy at the beginning of World War II and served 4 years in the Pacific Theatre. Find high-quality Gennaro Angiulo stock photos and editorial news pictures from Getty Images.
Member of reputed Mafia family dies (0) ... His brother Gennaro Anguilo, 68, is serving a 45-year jail term for racketeering. The obituary was featured in Boston Herald on August 31, 2009, and Boston Globe on August 31, 2009. Angiulo was 90. New England mob underboss Gennaro “Jerry’’ Angiulo was captured on FBI tapes played at his 1985-86 trial ordering a soldier to “stomp,’’ stab, and strangle a … Dear brother of Gennaro, Francesco, and James Angiulo the late Stella Orlandella, Nicolo Vittorio, Antonio and Michele Angiulo. ANGIULO Gennaro J. Angiulo is survived by his longtime companion Barbara Lombard, 69, his sons Jason, 52, and Gennaro Jr., 38, and daughter Barbara Jay Angiulo, 31. On June 14, 1989 G/J Towing, Inc. became a dully-recognized Massachusetts Corporation. Gennaro Angiulo passed away in Boston, Massachusetts. OBITUARIES Upon completion of his service to the United States, he moved back to the North End of Boston. A funeral was held today for former Mafia underboss Gennaro Angiulo at St. Leonard's Church in the North End. Commentary — Gennaro "Jerry" Angiulo, the former New England Mafia underboss who was the crime king of the North End, died Saturday at age 90. Gennaro Joseph "Jerry" Angiulo was born in on March 20, 1919. Download premium images you can't get anywhere else. The determination of the young owner allowed him to make his dream a reality. The FBI had been after him since the early 1960s.
At right, his widow, Barbara. ANGIULO, Gennaro J. He achieved the rank of Chief Boatswain's Mate. G/J Towing, Inc. was the dream of Gennaro-Jay Angiulo, a young local gentleman attracted to the rumble of a diesel and the business of towing and recovery. From here the history of G/J Towing, Inc. blossoms. Gennaro Angiulo had a reputation as a shrewd businessman, and his ability to make money on the rackets endeared him to New England godfather Raymond L.S.
“Jerry” 90, loving husband of Barbara Lombard-Angiulo, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Saturday August 29, 2009. Born in Boston's North End on March 20, 1919 to