VINCENT A. M. MORELLI, banker and steamship agent at Steubenville, Ohio, has been a resident of this city for nine years and during this time has become closely identified with its business life. He was born in Italy, in 1881, and came to America in 1890.
Mr. Morelli attended the schools of Pittsburgh, where he easily mastered the English language and resided in that city until 1901, when he came to Steubenville. Here he established the first foreign bank and steamship agency and has successfully carried on these business enterprises ever since, conducting his affairs under the name of Morelli & Company. His bank was mainly intended to accommodate foreign-born residents but has been developed into one of the city's leading banking establishments, offering all privileges now included in general banking. Mr. Morelli is a member of the Steubenville Chamber of COmmerce and is recognized as one of the most able and enterprising business men of the city. He is a stockholder in the COnservative Life Insurance Company of Wheeling, W. Va.
In 1901, Mr. Morelli was married to Miss Lulu H. Carnahan, of Toronto, O., and they have three children: William V., Abraham A. and Leo M. Mr. Morelli is a member of Steubenville Lodge, No. 1, Knights of Pythias, is a Woodman, and is a charter member of the order of Red Men, all at Steubenville.