Memorial Day Remembrance: Peter Marvulli/Marvilli and Joseph Civitano

I have been working for some time on compiling a book of records on the military service for the men and woman in our extended Civitano family. I am far from completing this task.

With Memorial Day 2021 here I wanted to take a moment to reflect and remember the sacrifice and great service to our country by these two men.

Peter Marvilli

7 June 1923 ~ 28 May 1944

PVT US ARMY WORLD WAR II

Died In Action

Co. I 6th Armored Infantry 1st Armored Division

Peter was laid to rest at Cypress Hills National Cemetery 10 August 1948, Brooklyn, New York

Peter was the son of John (Giovanni) Marvilli/Marvulli and Maria Fazio. Peter was brother to Thomas, and 1/2 brother to Dominick, Rocco, Rosa and Joseph.

Joseph Civitano

7 August 1922 ~ 8 December 1944

PVT US ARMY WORLD WAR II

Died In Action

114th Infantry Regiment, 44th Infantry Division

Joseph rests at Epinal American Cemetery France

Joseph was the son of Frank and Mary Civitano. He was brother to Joseph, Antonette, Moneantonette, and Leonora.

MAY THEIR MEMORIES BE A BLESSING

  • If you are a family member reading this and you can help me in identifying any other family members we have lost in battle, I would appreciate hearing from you

4 thoughts on “Memorial Day Remembrance: Peter Marvulli/Marvilli and Joseph Civitano

  1. It is so sad that so many are killed in war. We should all remember the sacrifices they and their families made. If only there was a way that we could just stop having wars.

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