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September 9, 2022: All obituaries found on the Memorial page have been updated with many new ones added, dating back to 1928.
September 3, 2022: Three new stories added to the Family Stories page.
September 2, 2022: The pages for Family Stories and Memorials have been added to the main menu for easier access.
August 27, 2022: New story added to the Family Stories page: The Myths and Facts about Barbara Libener Inama.
September 26, 2021: A memorial has been added to our Tribute page for Bernard Kenneth Genetti who passed away on Sept. 16th.
July 1, 2021: A memorial has been added to our Tribute page for William J. Genetti who passed away April 28, 2020.
May 24, 2021: The Genetti Family Shop adds new products!
May 10, 2021: The passing of Gary Wayne Genetti
May 8, 2021: The passing of William "Bill" Genetti
December 22, 2020: The passing of Valeria Yacksaw Genetti
November 2020: Lots of new products and designs added to The Genetti Family Shop!
May 23, 2020: New "Military" page added to our Gallery section, honoring those who have served.
May 10, 2020: New photos added to our Reunion page under the Gallery section.
April 3, 2020: New page added to our main menu: Collezione - a collection of resources to help you through this time of self-isolation.
January 2, 2020: Our first photo for the Michigan Genetti family added under Photo Gallery - Michigan.
October 1, 2019: The passing of Regina "Jeanne" Genetti Murphy
August 28, 2019: 1902 School Journal by Tillie Genetti added to our "Biographies by Members of the Genetti Family."
August 14, 2019: We have a new and improved Photo Gallery with many new photographs. Find the link in the top Main Menu.
June 25, 2019: Our Family Bookstore has been updated and greatly expanded with many new titles!
Condolances. I m glad the Genetti name lives on. When I was a kid I wanted so badly to change my last name from Franklin to Wilshire, my mother’s surname, of course. Then my initials would have been P. A. W. Besides Franklin seemed so plain vanilla. Wilshire sounded rather regal! But one didn’t do such things in those days. It would have been shameful plus my father’s feelings would be hurt. To this day I wish I had done it, however!
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Hi Pat – I believe Gary was your third cousin, sharing 2nd great-grandparents with you: Cipriano and Cattarina Genetti.
Sorry for your loss, Louise.
John N Fellin