John Pascola, who is successfully engaged in the coal business at Salem, was born in Venice, Italy, Nov. 11,
1889, and is the son of Sunta and Lenora Pascola, residents of Italy.
After receiving his education in his native land, John Pascola came to this country in 1912. He spent some time
in Canada and later went to Pittsburgh, where he was employed in the coal mines. He came to Salem in 1914 and through
hard work and perseverance has become one of the most successful mine operators in this section. The Pascola mine,
which is located on the Washingtonville-Salem Road, two miles east of Salem, has a daily output of 100 tons and
has been owned by Mr. Pascola for four years. The mine has been in operation for 32 years. Twenty men are employed
by Mr. Pascola at the mine. His retail office is at 631/2 Main Street.
Mr. Pascola was married to Miss Eva Culler on March 22, 1919. She is the daughter of Perry W. and Etta E. (Halloway)
Culler, residents of Lisbon, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Pascola have three children: Pauline, born Aug. 4, 1920; Ray, born
July 29, 1922; and Virginia, born July 18, 1924.
Mr. Pascola is a Republican, and a member of the Catholic Church. He is an energetic man who stands well in the
esteem of his fellow citizens.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
Names A to F
Names G to M
Names N to Z
For all your genealogy needs visit Linkpendium