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Michael A. Rannelli

Age: 49

October 17, 1918
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February 10, 1999
Maplewood, NJ.‍

He was a radio operator for the Army in WW2. He was an elder in East Orange Gospel Hall. Michael was married to Ida Iannelli for over 55+ years. He had 2 children, Judi and Tom, 3 grandchildren, Rebecca, Jacqueline and Michael. He worked as a buyer for International Edge Tool Co. He went to Rutgers University at the age of 50+ and graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree. He was an avid reader, his Bible and study books were always by him. He was also an avid gardener. He loved his Lord, and family very much.

1918-1999 | Maplewood, NJ

He was the oldest in a family of 9. He served in WW2, in the Philippines. He was an elder in the local assembly. He went to Rutgers University, at the age of 50. Was married to Ida for over 50+ years. Had 2 children, Judi and Tom.Also 3 grandchildren, Rebecca, Jacqueline and Michael.He was the oldest in a family of 9. He served in WW2, in the Philippines. He was an elder in the local assembly. He went to Rutgers University, at the age of 50. Was married to Ida for over 50+ years. Had 2 children, Judi and Tom.Also 3 grandchildren, Rebecca, Jacqueline and Michael.

He was a radio operator for the Army in WW2. He was an elder in East Orange Gospel Hall. Michael was married to Ida Iannelli for over 55+ years. He had 2 children, Judi and Tom, 3 grandchildren, Rebecca, Jacqueline and Michael. He worked as a buyer for International Edge Tool Co. He went to Rutgers University at the age of 50+ and graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree. He was an avid reader, his Bible and study books were always by him. He was also an avid gardener. He loved his Lord, and family very much.1918-2003 | Maplewood, NJ He was the oldest in a family of 9. He served in WW2, in the Philippines. He was an elder in the local assembly. He went to Rutgers University, at the age of 50. Was married to Ida for over 50+ years. Had 2 children, Judi and Tom.Also 3 grandchildren, Rebecca, Jacqueline and Michael.He was the oldest in a family of 9. He served in WW2, in the Philippines. He was an elder in the local assembly. He went to Rutgers University, at the age of 50. Was married to Ida for over 50+ years. Had 2 children, Judi and Tom.Also 3 grandchildren, Rebecca, Jacqueline and Michael.

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<3 <3 <3 Miss you grandma <3 <3 <3
Michael Rannelli
Love you grandma, miss sliding my mattress down the stairs :(
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  • Hometown
    Maplewood, NJ.‍
  • Nationality
    American | Italian
  • Spouse/Life Partner(s)
    Ida Iannelli
  • Mother's Name
  • Father's Name
    Joseph Rannelli
  • Children's Names
    Thomas Rannelli, Judi Torsiello
  • Siblings
    Clementine Rannelli, Lily Rannelli, Ruth Brescia, Daniel Rannelli
  • Other family members and relationships
    Rebecca Torsiello, Michael Thomas Rannelli
  • Place of Birth
    East Orange
  • Date of Birth
    October 17, 1918
  • Vacation Towns
    Miami Beach
  • Elementary School
    Orange Grade School
  • High School
    Columbia High School
  • College
    Rutgers University
  • Fraternity | Sorority
  • Graduate Degrees
    Rutgers University
  • Military Service
    Army
  • Branch
  • Division
  • Rank
  • Passions and Pursuits
    Reading his Bible
  • Awards & Achievements
    He was the top of his class.
  • Clubs & Affiliations
    Club 2
  • Occupations
    Railroad
  • Spoken Languages
    English
  • Nicknames
    Mike
  • Religion
    Christian
  • Favorites Movies
  • Favorite TV Shows
    I Love Lucy
  • Favorite Musicians
    Classical
  • Favorite Songs
  • Favorite Artists
  • Favorite Foods
    Tomatoes
  • Favorite Books
    The Holy Bible
  • Favorite Sports Teams
    The New York Yankees
  • Favorite Athletes
  • Way of Passing
    Cancer
  • Date of Death
    February 10, 1999
  • Place of Death
    Saint Barnabas Hospital, Livingston, NJ.
  • Resting Place
    Restland Memorial Park
  • Memorable Quotes
    You’re my pride and joy...

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The Garden
Grandpa, it feels like a lifetime ago when you were here with me. I remember these mornings vividly though. Waking up to see you in the garden, and coming outside to see you planting. I was in awe of your dedication. The pesky animals would devour your vegetables and we would check the cages to see if we caught any. Taking the possums and other animals to the mountains to let them run free was the best. I always enjoyed our car rides together, and watching the animals run into the wilderness.... far away from your garden :) Love you and miss you dearly.
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