List of Italian-American mobsters by organization

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This is a list of Italian American Mafia crime families and their leading members.

Contents

New York City[edit]

Genovese crime family[edit]

Boss/acting boss[edit]

Underboss/consigliere[edit]

Capo/soldier/associate[edit]

Gambino crime family[edit]

Boss/acting boss[edit]

Underboss/consigliere/capo[edit]

Soldier/associate[edit]

Lucchese crime family[edit]

Boss/acting boss[edit]

Underboss/consigliere/capo/soldier/associate[edit]

Bonanno crime family[edit]

Boss/acting boss[edit]

Underboss/consigliere/capo/soldier[edit]

Colombo crime family[edit]

Boss/acting boss[edit]

Underboss/consigliere/capo/soldier[edit]

Chicago[edit]

Chicago Outfit[edit]

Boss/acting boss[edit]

Underboss/consigliere/capo[edit]
Soldier/associate[edit]

Philadelphia[edit]

Philadelphia crime family[edit]

Boss/acting boss[edit]

Underboss/consigliere/capo/soldier[edit]

New Jersey[edit]

DeCavalcante crime family[edit]

Boss/acting boss[edit]

Underbosses/consigliere/capo/soldier[edit]

New England[edit]

Patriarca crime family[edit]

Boss/acting boss[edit]

Underboss/consigliere/capo/soldier/associate[edit]


Tessicini crime family[edit]

Detroit[edit]

Detroit Partnership[edit]

Boss/acting boss[edit]

Underboss/consigliere[edit]

Buffalo[edit]

Buffalo crime family[edit]

Boss/acting boss[edit]

Pittsburgh[edit]

Pittsburgh crime family[edit]

Cleveland[edit]

Cleveland crime family[edit]

Northeastern PA, Upstate New York[edit]

Bufalino crime family[edit]

Los Angeles[edit]

Los Angeles crime family[edit]

Boss/acting boss[edit]

Underboss/consigliere/capo[edit]

St. Louis[edit]

St. Louis crime family[edit]

Kansas City[edit]

Kansas City crime family[edit]

New Orleans[edit]

New Orleans crime family[edit]

Miami[edit]

Boss (official and acting)[edit]

Underboss[edit]

  • 1920–1940 — Santo Trafficante, Sr. — promoted to boss.
  • 1940–1948 — Salvatore "Red" Italiano — fled in Mexico.
  • 1948–1950 — James "Head of the Elks" Lumia — murdered on June 5, 1950.
  • 1950–1954 — Santo Trafficante, Jr. — promoted to boss.
  • 1954–1987 — Vincent LoScalzo — promoted to boss.
  • 1987–1994 — Frank "Daddy Frank" Diecidue — longtime Tampa member; died October 19, 1994.[3]
  • 1994–present — Frank Albano[3]

Advisor[edit]

  • 1954–1987 — Frank Ragano — he was an attorney/advisor to Santo Trafficante Jr.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The American Mafia – Tampa Crime Bosses
  2. ^ Critchley, David. The origins of organized crime in America: the New York City mafia, 1891–1931. 2009. Routlege Publishing.[1]
  3. ^ a b c Scott Deitche. The Tampa Mob. and Mario Machi. Tampa, Florida. AmericanMafia.com [2]