Angelo Louis Ferranti

 Brig. General and Civic Leader

Born:December 10, 1910, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania
Died:April 12, 2004, Omaha, Nebraska
Buried:Arlington National Cemetery


•  In a list of Generals who "have called Madison County home, at least for a short time." The coding connects him to our State Militia (Reserve). - Record I

•  Listed as Army Reserve School Commandant (Colonel) 1965-1968. - Record I

•  "On October 8, 1954, A. L. Ferranti was appointed Chaplain to succeed William M. Stackhouse who was transferred from the Arsenal." "The Chapter shall be to organize Commissioned Officers and Warrant Officers, both past and present, of the Uniformed Forces of the United States, as hereinafter provided for, who are Master Masons, into a Chapter for the promotion of good fellowship among its members, for assisting such as may be overtaken by adversity or affliction, for cultivating Masonic ideals, for supporting all patriotic aims and activities in Masonry, for developing true patriotism and Americanism throughout the Nation, for bringing together representatives of the Uniformed Forces of the United States in a united effort to further the military needs of National Defense and for opposing any influence whatsoever calculated to weaken the National Security." - Hosemann

•  National Labor Panel of Arbitration; American Arbitration Association, 1969. - Record I

•  Listed as member of the Board of Trustees for the Madison County Tuberculosis Sanitorum 1967 until Record's book was published in 1970 and maybe longer. - Record I

•  "Director, T.B. Hospital; Board Member, Friends of the Library; Board Member, Huntsville Council of International Visitors; Brigadier General, National Guard; Commandant, U. S. Army Reserve School, 1965-1968; National Panel of Labor Arbitrators; Member CHP Council; Fellow, American Institute of Chemists; Graduate Hospital Administrator." - Record II

•  This was posted in the Tuscaloosa News when he and his wife both got their Masters Degrees: "'Ferranti' was called twice at the University of Alabama's summer graduation in Foster Auditorium Friday night. Mrs. Quintina Bufo Ferranti received a master of arts degree in history. A few minutes later, Angelo Louis Ferranti was presented with a master of business administration degree. The Ferrantis have made their home in Tuscaloosa for the past five years. She is a native of New Jersey and he is a native of Pennsylvania. Both have earned B.S. degrees from the University. Mr. Ferranti Joined Alpha Kappa Psi, national commerce honorary the same semester she was initiated into Phi Alpha Theta, national history honorary. Mr. Ferranti has accepted a position at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville." - Graduation

Related Links:

•  Find A Grave - Page created by Don

•  Graduation - Article titled "Husband and Wife Get Masters Degrees at UA Graduation" in The Tuscaloosa News, Aug 23, 1953

•  Hosemann - Article titled "Redstone Chapter Number 353 National Sojourners" by Capt. Josph F. Hosemann in Commemorative Album, Celebrating Our City's Sesquicentennial of Progress, Huntsville, Alabama by James E. Taylor, General Chairman, 1955, Page 33.

•  Record I - A Dream Come True: The Story of Madison County and Incidentally of Alabama and the United States, Volume I by James Record, 1970, pages 251, 296, 342, 373.

•  Record II - A Dream Come True: The Story of Madison County and Incidentally of Alabama and the United States, Volume II by James Record, 1978, page 671.

The Following Pages Link to this Page:
•  Hosemann
•  Record I
•  Record II