Angelo Bortolo Bertelli was an American football player.
13 Facts About Angelo Bertelli
Angelo Bertelli won the Heisman Trophy in 1943 playing as a quarterback for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
Angelo Bertelli was named to the 1942 and 1943 All-American teams.
Angelo Bertelli was inducted to the College Football Hall of Fame in 1972.
In 1944, Angelo Bertelli was promoted to the rank of second lieutenant, where he served as an infantry and recreation officer.
Angelo Bertelli returned to Guam in March 1945 and served in Sasebo, Japan.
When World War II ended, Angelo Bertelli was stationed in Nagasaki with the 2nd Marine Division as a second lieutenant.
Angelo Bertelli later entered the United States Marine Corps Reserve where he was promoted to the rank of captain and served until 1957.
Angelo Bertelli played for the Chicago Rockets between 1947 and 1948.
Angelo Bertelli was the color analyst for the Princeton University football games broadcast on radio station WVNJ, 620 AM and 100.3 FM in the 1950s and 60s.
On June 26,1999, Angelo Bertelli died at the age of 78 after a losing battle with brain cancer.
Angelo Bertelli was survived by his wife, the former Gilda Passerini whom he married in 1944, and four children.
Angelo Bertelli is the father of Robert Angelo Bertelli, better known as Bob Bert, a musician who played in Sonic Youth and other bands.