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  1. Theodore Persico Jr. Theodore Persico, Jr. Colombo underboss Benjamin 'The Claw' Castellazzo (left), 83, and high-ranking capo Theodore 'Skinny Teddy' Persico Jr. Colombo Family Capo Theodore Persico sentenced to 12 years By DiMaiolo Santolo May 30, 2014 Theodore “TeddyPersico Jr has been sentenced to 12 years behind bars for ordering a hit on a mafia Read More Colombo Family.

  2. He is survived by his wife Patricia Rean Persico, sons Theodore jr. was inducted into the Lucchese crime family in a ceremony held in Howard Beach, Queens. , also known as “Bobble” and “Tall Guy” Age: 43. "Theodore Persico Jr" Teddy Persico Jr is the nephew of now-deceased Colombo boss Carmine "The Snake" Persico.

  3. He was one of the six men falsely convicted of the murder of Teddy Deegan in 1965 because of the lies of hitman Joe Barboza. Limone served 33 years and won a $26,000,000 wrongful conviction settlement.Current day, the family is still a relevant enterprise and are under the leadership of seasoned mobster Carmine “The Cheese Man” DiNunzio, a huge man in the 380 pound range.

  4. Theodore "Teddy" Persico — brother to Carmine Persico, uncle to Alphonse "Little Allie Boy" Persico, and father to Theodore N. Persico Jr. Theodore Sr. was a capo in Brooklyn during the 1970s. He served on the family ruling panel from the early 1990s until his arrest and conviction.

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  6. Franklin Delano Roosevelt was born on January 30, 1882, in the Hudson Valley town of Hyde Park, New York, to businessman James Roosevelt I and his second wife, Sara Ann Delano. His parents, who were sixth cousins, [7] both came from wealthy, established New York families, the Roosevelts , the Aspinwalls and the Delanos , respectively.

  7. Theodore "Skinny Teddy" Persico Jr. “From my legal relationship with Carmine, he was a great client, a nice guy, and a wonderful man,” said his attorney, Benson Weintraub. A lawyer for late Colombo crime family boss Carmine (Snake) Persico claims the feds withheld evidence that ensured the gangster would die behind bars.