Joseph A. Mammone
(November 4, 1916 - November 4, 1999)

Oneida Daily Dispatch 
Saturday, Nov. 6, 1999 
  Joseph A. Mammone 
  Joseph A. Mammone, 83, formerly of 602 Genesse Street, died Thursday 
evening in Clare Bridge, Fayetteville, where he had been a resident for the 
past nineteen months. 
  Born in Oneida, on Nov. 4, 1916, he was the son of Anthony and Elizabeth 
Russamano Mammone. Mr. Mammone was a life resident of the area, graduating 
from Oneida High School. He married Ann Taylor in September of 1956 in 
Hamilton. Mrs. Mammone died on Dec. 6, 1994. 
  Prior to his retirement, with more than 25 years of service, Mr. Mammone 
was employed with the former Griffiss Air Force Base as the purchasing agent.
He was a communicant of St. Joseph's Church, Oneida, a member of the Disabled
American Veterans, Chapter 30, and the 91st Reconnaissance Squadron 
Association. A veteran of World War II, Mr. Mammone served with the U.S. Army
as a sergeant in North Africa, Sicily and Italy. He received the Purple Heart
for injuries in 1945 and the Silver Star in 1944 for gallantry, while under 
enemy fire. 
  Surviving is one son and daughter-in-law, Anthony and Amy Mammone of 
Manlius; two brothers, Nicholas D. Mammone of Rome and Frank Mammone of 
Utica; two granddaughters, Marisa and Alex Mammone; and several nieces and 

Date: Saturday, December 11, 1999 11:40 AM

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