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Marrello, Ellen V.

Ellen V. Marrello U.S. Army WWII
Ellen V. Marrello U.S. Army WWII


 
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Date of Birth: 3/28/1905
Died On: 1977
Street Address: 11 New Street
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: U.S. Army-WWII

Veteran Code: USARMY-413


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Ellen V. Marrello was born in New York in 1914. In Rye his family lived at 11 New Street and were members of the Church of the Resurrection. Ellen served as an officer in the U.S. Army during World War II.

Army Nurse Ellen V. Marrello Promoted to Rank of Lieutenant Kelly Field, Texas. �The promotion of army nurse Ellen V. Marrello, of 11New Street. , Rye, to the Rank of 1st Lieut. , was announced this week by Col. Paul S. Blair, Kelly Field base commander. Lieut. Marrello is the chief nurse in the surgical ward at the Kelly Field Station Hospital. She has been stationed here at the San Antonio Air Service Command, since July, 1943 and has been in the service since 1940. She previously served at the Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D. C. In civilian life Lieut. Marrello did nursing at the Fordham Hospital in New York City and at the United Hospital in Port Chester. Friday, June 2, 1944 THE RYE CHRONICLE PAGE FIVE

Ellen Peters' Ellen Marrello Peters a (miner resident of Bye died Wednesday In OooUn Idaho where she had lived for the past 35 years - Mrs Peters was the daughter of Amelia and Domenico Marrello and wu a graduate of Bye High School - She graduated from the United Hospital School of Nursing and served with the Air Nursing Corps during World War II Mrs Peters attended the Church of the Resurrection In Rye while a city resident - She b survived by three sisters Sster Marie Bona- venture of Newburgh NY iMre Jeanette Agostlno of Port Chester and Mbs ' Mary Marrello of Bye three brothers Frank Marrello of Greenwich Victor Caputo of Rye and Florenxo Caputo of Port Chester and several nieces and nepb- ewa -i

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