DiVecchio/Frazzini Notes 1296 (Notes Pages)

Individuals marked with a red dot are direct ancestors of Mark Camillo DiVecchio

Biggar, {I12951} (b. )

Change: Date: 15 Mar 2012
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Dickinson, {I12952} (b. )
Change: Date: 15 Mar 2012
Time: 16:32:05

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Frazzini, Mary Louise {I12953} (b. 1912, d. 1989)
Note: 1964 obituary of brother, John.
Given Name: Mary Louise
Occupation: Place: Camano Island, WA
Change: Date: 15 Mar 2012
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Hodson, {I12954} (b. )
Change: Date: 15 Mar 2012
Time: 16:32:38

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Cellante, James {I12955} (b. ABT 1908)
Note: 1920 census, Denver, Denver, CO, 12y. Must be the son of Clemente and Dorinda but he appears in this census with Clemente's 2nd wife, Josephine.
Given Name: James
Change: Date: 17 Mar 2012
Time: 22:06:39

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Frazzini, Ernest CARSON {I12956} (b. 20 Nov 1911, d. 13 Nov 1978)
Note: 1920 census, Fallon, Churchill, NV, 8y. Born NV.
1930 census, Fallon, Churchill, NV, 18y,
Given Name: Ernest CARSON
Occupation: Place: Reno, Washoe, NV
Change: Date: 3 Oct 2016
Time: 10:59:17

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Cameron, Mary Louise {I12957} (b. 20 Feb 1919, d. ABT 6 Apr 1991)
Note: The Text Content on Page 39 of Nevada State Journal , November 10, 1974 is:

Mary Frazzini - A Big Heart Gets Her Involved
By PAMELA GALLOWAY

She's spontaneous firm in her beliefs decisive and and after four terms of service in Nevada's Assembly she was defeated but she simply turned another direction and began a different career as director of the Western Nevada Senior Citizen's Center Where there's a cause Mary Cameron Frazzini is not far away And one of the causes that hits closest to home is that of Nevada Indians She can lay claim through her mother to the ancient bloodlines of the Shoshone and Piaute You are living on stolen Mary Frazzini will tell you in a matter-of-fact tone I have intense feelings about the Indians My mother told me stories her grandmother told her about the Indians being driven into Owens Lake That hardened me as did the book Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee White men always feel they know what the Indian needs old former Nevada assemblywoman said The Bureau of Indian Affairs operates that way It is probably the only federal bureau created for one race of people but for a long time the Indians just went along with what white men thought was best for Mrs Frazzini said Mrs Frazzini was raised in Silver Peak an old mining town located about 60 miles southwest of Tonopah Public Life It was the site of her initiation into public life When I turned 21 I registered to vote and filed for school board for Clayton Valley School I really wasn't a joiner before that My maternal grandfather was on the school board so he probably had some she said Mary Cameron served two terms on the school board before she married Carson Frazzini in Silver Peak and moved to Reno She is spontaneous conceding that some people like what she does and some don't She is animated and direct when she talks about herself Her answers to questions about herself and her beliefs come quickly But Mrs Frazzini likes to talk about the cesses of those around her rather than her own accomplishments She readily mentions that she ran the concession stand at Idlewild Park for many summers but not that she has been involved with the Republican Women's Club of Reno Girl Scouts PTA Reno Business and Professional Women's Club the NAACP the Salvation Army Washoe Association for Retarded Children Toastmistress Cub Scouts the Nevada Federations of Republican Women the School Board Health Advisory Council or a local garden club to name a few She was a legislator in the assembly from 1964 to 1973 and has received such awards as Woman of the Year one of three Outstanding Republican Women in the U.S and has been listed in Who's Who of American Who's Who in American and Who's Who in the West She works with the Council and has been director of the Senior Citizen Center since July 1973 But she is modest about her history of contributions I wasn't really a joiner My son Center Wife mother community leader politician grandmother con- cerned citizen her focal point now is the Western Nevada Senior Citizens Center She dismisses her many accomplishments with a laugh The source of her energy is her concern for people The number of people who need a helping she says with astonishment. Maybe a woman in politics has to get tough but my way was to be thoughtful objective and feminine I held my own when I had to former assemblywoman Mary Frazzini says I am concerned about people The negative side of the coin means turn it around and look at the positive said Mary Frazzini director of the Senior Citizen Center We were endowed with a brain and a heart and we're supposed to use them entered school and I got involved in PTA It just burst I really saw how many people need a helping hand she said seriously Humane Concern Her humane concerns seem as endless as the energy she finds to involve herself with persons from all walks of life But she has a simple explanation for her involvement I met a blind person and went to a meeting It was the same with getting involved with retarded children We were given a brain and a heart and we are supposed to use she said A good phrase for Mary's attitude is Hope springs one of her assistants said The negative side means turn the coin around and look at the positive side I see a lot of good things like people who make the best of a bad problem like not having any Mrs Frazzini said In 1972 she was defeated by Democrat Albert Wittenberg for the district which covers most of Reno defeated by Democrat Albert tenberg for the district which covers most of Northwest Reno Some have said her liberal stand on abortion led to her defeat but she doesn't think so I was ambivalent My mother had died and my husband had had a heart attack six months earlier I was of not working but I knocked on every door in the district The president of the Washoe County Teacher's Association worked against me He said I was against teachers which wasn't true but there were a lot of teachers in my she said She leaned back in her chair lightly folding and unfolding her hands reflecting on her defeat and being in politics When women get into politics maybe they have to get tough but my way was to be thoughtful objective and feminine But I always held my own when I had she said Her mood shifted She recalled an incident which occurred during the last legislative session She banged the palm of her hand down on her desk as she described how angry she was when the Equal Rights Amendment was about to be defeated Here was this woman crying in front of the legislators because she didn't want to be she said ERA Episode As she recounted the ERA episode an editorial published by Independent American Party members entitled COMMUNITY Susan Schaff Editor Why Oppose lay in front of her on her desk This makes me so And you can put that in your article She pointed out a part of the editorial she found offensive Let's face it A few women with personal problems who do not like being women and want to be treated like men may enjoy life more if the is adopted the editorial said Senior Citizens Her current involvement with senior citizens occurred by accident The only senior citizen I had known was my she I was manning a cake booth at a Fourth of July picnic A friend of mine applied to be director of the Senior Citizen Center but didn't get the job because she couldn't drive She told me about this and went to a public phone and arranged for me to be interviewed the next day She didn't tell me about it until she was getting out of my car later that day I went to the interview and got the she explained A year has passed and she is very involved with the center She talks of the needs of older people com- passionately People love antique dishes and furniture but not people Everything was so youth oriented but now people are changing their attitudes and beginning to notice she said About 100 senior citizens visit the center and while it does offer a place for people to go Mrs Frazzini would like to see it become a multi- service center This should be a place with enough room to provide meals health vices and educational and social things Now many of them just play cards and she stated A lot of senior citizens are in need emotionally socially and monetarily We need to find these people in the community There is a need for younger people to help us find older people who have needs One of Mrs main con- cerns is the discontinuation of the food program which was held on Sundays at the center Money Ran Out The state gave us for last year so we decided to feed people here Then the money ran out and the state won't give anymore I am determined to get the Sunday meals back We are having a Christmas bazaar the first two weeks of December to raise money for she said Determined is what she is Although Mrs Frazzini was quoted as saying that she would not retire from political life after her defeat in 1972 she did not run for office this year and she seems to be content to be director of the Senior Citizen Center For now anyway.

San Jose Mercury News (CA) - April 6, 1991
MARY FRAZZINI, 72, NEVADA LEGISLATOR
A memorial service was held Friday for former Nevada Assemblywoman Mary Cameron Frazzini.

Mrs. Frazzini died at her home Monday. She was 72.

A native of Oakland, she was born Feb. 20, 1919, and came to Nevada as an infant.

Mrs. Frazzini began her political career in 1940 when she was elected to the Esmeralda County School Board. She moved to Reno six years later.

She served on the Reno City Council, and in the Nevada Assembly from 1964 to 1972, where she chaired the Committee on Legislative Functions and Elections.

Edition: Morning Final, Page: 6B
Given Name: Mary Louise
Change: Date: 3 Oct 2016
Time: 10:59:17

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Frazzini, Carson Cameron {I12958} (b. 29 Apr 1942, d. 3 Jan 2004)
Note: Las Vegas Sun, 13 Jan 2004:
Carson Frazzini, 61, of Las Vegas died Jan. 3 in Las Vegas. He was born April 29, 1942, in Reno. A lifetime resident, he was a hotel manager.

He is survived by one son, Carson Frazzini of Nebraska; and one daughter, Cathy Olquin of Reno.

Services were scheduled Monday at the LDS East Stake chapel. American Burial and Cremation Services, 310 Foremaster Lane, handled arrangements.

IGI record at family search. f: Ernest Carson Frazzini, m: Mary Cameron. Give place of birth as North Hollywood, CA.

Reno Gazette Journal http://www.rgj.com/obits
Carson Frazzini

Former Reno resident, Carson Frazzini, 61, died Saturday, January 3, 2004. He was born April 29, 1942 in N. Hollywood, CA. He attended school in Reno and was a graduate of Reno High School. Mr. Frazzini is preceded in death by his father, Carson, and mother, Mary Cameron Frazzini. He is survived by daughter, Cathy Olguin of Reno, son Carson Jr. of Nebraska, and 5 grandchildren. Funeral services are scheduled for 11:00 a.m. Monday, Jan. 12, 2004 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 8th & Jefferson Sts., Las Vegas, NV
Given Name: Carson Cameron
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Frazzini, Carson {I12959} (b. )
Note: 2004 obituary of father, Carson.
Given Name: Carson
Occupation: Place: NB
Change: Date: 3 Oct 2016
Time: 10:59:17

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Frazzini, Cathy {I12960} (b. )
Note: 2004 obituary of father, Carson.
Given Name: Cathy
Occupation: Place: Reno, Washoe, NV
Change: Date: 3 Oct 2016
Time: 10:59:17

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