Salvatore “Sam” Ferrara (February 23, 1896 – date of death unknown) was the boss of the Milwaukee crime family from 1949 to 1952. Ferrara was an Italian immigrant born in Palermo, Sicily. Upon his arrival in the U.S. he settled in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where he became a member of the American Mafia. He became a high ranking member of the Milwaukee mob under boss Joseph Vallone. Under Vallone’s leadership the New York mafia Commission decided that the Milwaukee family would answer to and…
Albert Anastasia was killed while sitting in this very chair at a barber shop in NYC. Known as "Lord High Executioner," he headed up Murder Inc., and was Boss of the Gambino crime family during his organized crime career.
Antonino Accardo (“Tony,” “Joe Batters,” “The Big Tuna”) – Remained as top Outfit consigliere until his death and approved every major decision that was made Tony Accardo ruled Chicago from the up until his death in the early RIP Tony!
Obit - Joe Adonis - While working on the streets, Joe became friends with future mob boss Charles "Lucky" Luciano and mobster Settimo Accardi, who were involved in illegal gambling. He developed a loyalty to Luciano that would last for decades.
Harry "Happy" Maione (October 1908 – February was a New York mobster who served as a hitman for Murder, Inc. (the enforcement arm of the National Crime Syndicate) during the Maione was called "Happy" because his face displayed an eternal scowl.