Born August 1971 in Amherst Hospital in Amherst, Lorain Co., Ohio to Diane Ruth Kinzer and James Thomas Edgell. Parents were married in 1970 and divorced in 1972-73, Diane married Anthony Andrew Fantozzi around 1974. He legally adopted me at the age of 3-4, which changed my birth certificate. However, my baptism certificate is original (St. Mary Catholic Church, Lorain, Ohio) bearing my name Carole Dianne Edgell.
I grew up with 3 step siblings from Fantozzi - Kimberley Marie (1961-2017), Lisa Ann (1963), and Vincent Anthony (1965) to mother Lenore Browand previously married to Anthony). and a half brother from my mother Diane and Anthony on 28 Feb 1976, Born Rico Anthony then changed name legally to Enrico Anthony when he was a teenager.
My mother Diane divorced from Anthony Fantozzi about 2012. She married a third time to Danny Smith of Elyria, Ohio.
I married Anthony Claude Firth 29 Oct 1999 in Elyria, Ohio. Anthony was from Batley, Yorkshire, England. He was previously married to Julie and had two sons, Matthew and Robert both of England, from that marriage. Anthony and I divorced around 2010.
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