From Clair Harris Zarges: I asked Amalio (Uncle Mario) Mallozzi in April 1999 if he could share any memories about his early life in Italy. He did the talking at first, but eventually his sister Mary Mallozzi chimed in, too. They spoke of their life in the 1920s in the village of Pulcherini, a suburb of Minturno, Italy. The interview is here: http://clairz-remember.blogspot.com/2013/11/mary-and-mario-talk-about-life-in.html
Amalio was a World War II Army veteran (rank: CPL). Amalio is buried at St. John Cemetery, 25 Camp Ave., Darien, Connecticut, U.S.
Interview with Almalio "Mario" Mallozzi, 1999. Death and veteran status: Find a Grave, http://www.locategrave.org/l/1203974/Amalio-M-Mallozzi-CT
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