Gino John Marchetti was born on January 2, 1926, in Smithers, West Virginia and died on April 29, 2019.
He was a professional American football player in the National Football League.
He played at the defensive end.
Marchetti played during 1952 for the Dallas Texans and from 1953 to 1966 for the Baltimore Colts.
the child of Italian settlers Ernesto and Maria.
He enrolled in the U.S. Armed forces in the wake of graduating secondary school in Antioch, California, and took on in the Conflict of the Bulge as a heavy armament specialist amid World War II.
He went to World War II.
After returning home to California after the war, he went to Modesto Junior College for a year prior to joining the football program at the University of San Francisco, where his group delighted in an undefeated season in 1951.
He was chosen in the second round of the 1952 NFL draft (fourteenth generally speaking) by the New York Yanks.
In 2004, Marchetti cast a ballot toward the East-West Shrine Game Hall of Fame.
In 1959, Marchetti united with a few of his partners, including Alan Ameche, and opened a drive-through eatery.
The business developed and started to the established, and would, in the long run, become known as Gino’s Hamburgers.
It was a fruitful Mid-Atlantic local inexpensive food chain and had 313 organization claimed areas when they were sold in 1982 to Marriott International, which relinquished the name for their Roy Rogers eateries.
During 2009, Gino Marchetti cooperated with other previous key Gino’s workers to revive Gino’s name.
Procuring started in September 2010 to staff their first new eatery in the organization’s old main residence of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, and Gino’s Burgers and Chicken, as the organization is presently known, opened its first store on October 25, 2010.
This eatery has since shut.
The organization is searching for areas all through the Philadelphia zone and has cafés in Glen Burnie, Maryland, Towson, Maryland, Aberdeen, Maryland, just as at Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium, in Baltimore, Maryland.
American Hall of Fame football player Gino Marchetti died due to complications of pneumonia at Paoli Hospital in Paoli, Pennsylvania at 92 years old.