CASTELLINE. HENRY A.. 61. of 1250 S Pinellas Ave.,
Tarpon Springs, died Thursday (June 18, 1981). Born in Philadelphia,
he came here three years ago from Wilmington, Del., and was a
retired lab technician. Survivors include his wife Mary; two sons,
Henry J. and Kenneth J.; a daughter Lynn Gehouskey; two brothers,
Vincent Castelline and Peter Biacco; four sisters, Angeline
Castelline, Betty Digenova, Anne Ciconte and Penny Boyer, all of
Wilmington, and four grandchildren. Vinson Funeral Home, Tarpon
[Tampa Bay Times; St. Petersburg, FL, 20 Jun 1981, Sat, Other
Editions, Page 18]
CASTELLINE Suddenly in the Tarpon Springs General
Hospital in Tarpon Springs, FL., on June I8, 1981 Henry A.
Castelline, husband of Mary E Barto Castelline, formerly of Sherwood
Park II, Wilmington. Aged el years. Relatives and friends are
invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial on Tuesday morning,
June 23, 1981 from St Anthony's Catholic Church, 9th & DuPonl
Streets at 9:30AM, followed by interment in All Saints Cemetery,
Kirkwood Highway, Wilmington. Calling hours for Mr. Castelline will
be Monday evening at the CORLETO-LATINA FUNERAL HOME, 808 N. Union
Street, after 7 PM.
[The Morning News, Wilmington, DE, 22 Jun 1981, Mon, Main Edition,
Henry A. Castelline. TARPON SPRINGS. Fla. - Henry A. Castelline. 61.
of Tarpon Springs, formerly of Sherwood Park II in Wilmington. Del.,
died Thursday in Tarpon Springs General Hospital Hospital after an
apparent heart attack.
Mr. Castelline was a lab technician for the Du Pont Co. for 27
years, before retiring in 1977. He is survived by his wife, Mary E B
; two sons, Henry J. of Rehoboth Beach, Del., and Kenneth J of
Hockessin. Del; a daughter, Lynn Gehouskey of Hockessin; two
brothers. Vincent Castelline of Wilmington and Peter Baiocco of New
Castle; four sisters. Angela Castelline, Betty DiGenova.,Anne
Ciconte and Mary Boyer, all of Wilmington, and four grandchildren.
Mass of Christian Burial will be offered Tuesday morning at 9 30 in
St. Anthony's' Catholic Church. Ninth and Du Pont streets.
Wilmington, Wilmington, followed by burial in All Saints Cemetery.
Friends may call tonight at the Corleto-Latina Funeral Home. 808 N.
Union St., Wilmington.
[The News Journal, Wilmington, DE, 22 Jun 1981, Mon, Other Editions,
Henry registered for the draft ca. 1940. He
enlisted in he Army at Fort Dix, NJ on 19 may 1944.
On 23 October 1945, Pfc Castelline was transferred
from the 101st Airborne Division to Company F, 508th PIR.
Four Delaware veterans are listed as passengers on the Elgin
Victory, due to dock at New York today. They are: Pfc Henry A.
Castelline of Wilmington. T5 George E. Brown of Milford, Pfc.
William E. Pyle of Claymont, and Pfc. Ralph W. Sammons of Seaford
[The Morning News, Wilmington, DE, 01 Jun 1946, Sat, Page 10]
dischargees at Fort Dix, N.J. include the following Delaware men:
First Lieut. Samuel T. Hirzel, 1902 Lincoln Street; First Lieut.
Robert R. Porter, Centerville; T/5 Donald E. Ayres, 1018 North
Rodney Street; Sergt. Harvey R. Jones, Claymont; Corp. Louis F.
Amalfitano, 1900 West Third Street; Pfc. Henry A. Castelline, 815
West Fourth Street ...
[The Morning News, Wilmington, DE, 22 July 1946, Mon, Page 7]