Dr. Pasquale 

DR. PASQUALE J. CHINAPPI was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Chinappi. During the mid-1920s the family lived at 639 Ferry Avenue. Pasquale J. Chinappi graduated from Camden High School in 1926. Among his classmates were future lawyer Frank Lario. While at Camden High he pitched for the school baseball team. After high school he attended college and received his dental doctorate in 1932. He started his dental practice at 1718 Broadway, where he also made his home.

Dr. Chinappi's father died in Camden on May 3, 1934. His mother later was remarried to a Mr. Luigi Binz. 

Dr. Pasquale Chunappi died of a heart attack on May 20, 1953. He was survived by his wife Mary, sons Robert, Richard, and Eugene, and a daughter, Mary. He also left a brother, Dr. Albert Chinappi, of Merchantville, and his mother.

Camden Courier-Post - October 11, 1933

Young Professional Members to Be Guests at Dinner Dance

Six youths of Camden city and county, graduates of various institutions of higher learning, who have embarked upon professional careers within the past ten months, will be honored tonight at a dinner-dance, to be tendered them by the Circolo Italiano of Camden County.

The event is scheduled to begin at 8 p. m. in Hotel Walt Whitman.

The honored guests are Dr. Anthony Di Ielsi, of 1018 South Fifth Street, graduate of Hahnemann Medical College; Dr. John Carman Canal of 101 Black Horse Pike, Haddon Heights, graduate of the Temple University Dental School; Dr. John D. Del Duca, of 919 South Fifth Street, also a graduate of Temple University Dental School; Philip M. Mealo, civil engineer with a degree from Carnegie Tech., Angelo D. Malandra 1909 South Fourth Street, graduate of the South Jersey Law School, and Dr. P. J. Chinappi, of 1728 Broadway, who holds a degree from Temple University Dental School.

Common Pleas. Judge Eugene V. Alessandroni, of Philadelphia will be one of the principal speakers. Others include State Senator Albert S. Woodruff, Mayor Roy R. Stewart of Camden and Dr. A. A. de Porreca, noted Philadelphia architect.

Rocco Palese, assistant prosecutor of Camden County and president of the Circolo Italiano of Camden County, will preside as toastmaster. Other officers of the organization are Edward V. Martino, vice president; Vincent A. Sarubbi, recording secretary; Cosmo Buono, corresponding secretary and Dr. Troiano, treasurer.

The Circolo Italiano of Camden County was organized in October, 1931 with a membership of six. Today its membership totals 44 men. Its purpose, is set forth in its charter of incorporation, "to engender, stimulate, and foster interest in the movement for the betterment of the Italian American citizens in the County of Camden.'

The committee directing tonight's dinner dance includes Chairman Martino, Gene R. Mariano, John R. Di Mona, Anthony Marino, Dr. Troiano and Joseph Bantivoglio.



August 29, 1935

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Joseph De Luca
Frank Travaline
Dr. A. Di Ielsi
Rocco Palese
John DiMona
Dr. Pasquale J. Chinappi
Dr. John Del Duca
Frank Lario
Joseph Bantivoglio
Circalo Italiano of Camden




Camden Courier-Post - May 21, 1953

Camden High School - Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church
Broadway - Dr. Albert S. Chinappi - Frank J. Leonard