Gino Cappelletti’s wife: Who is Sandy Cappelletti?

Gino Cappelletti, a former AFL Most Valuable Player and original member of the Boston Patriots who was part of the franchise for five decades as a player, coach, and broadcaster, has died. He was 89.

Gino Raymond Michael Cappelletti was an American professional football player. He played college football at the University of Minnesota and was an All-Star in the American Football League for the Boston Patriots, winning the 1964 American Football League Most Valuable Player award.

Gino Cappelletti's wife: Who is Sandy Cappelletti
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Cappelletti died Thursday at his home in Wellesley, Massachusetts. His death was announced by the New England Patriots on Thursday

Is Gino Cappelletti married?

Before Gino Cappelletti’s death, he was married to Sandy Cappelletti.

Who is Sandy Cappelletti?.

Sandra Cappelletti is the wife of the late Gino Cappelletti.

They have been together for more than 60 years until Cappelletti’s sudden demise.

Gino Cappelletti's wife: Who is Sandy Cappelletti
Gino Cappelletti and wife, Sandy

Sandy Cappelletti and Gino Cappelletti had three daughters together, there were no records of them having a son.

Sandy and his husband, were private when it comes to their family’s life. They kept the family from the public eye.

Gino and Sandy
Gino and Sandy Cappelletti

Yet, our in-depth research has revealed the daughters of Gino Cappelletti and his wife, Sandy.

Out of the more than 40 years of marriage, Sandy and Gino had three daughters, Gina, Cara, and Christina.

Cara Cappelletti, now Cara Waddle has caught the public eye for marrying Tom Waddle.

Tom Waddle and Cara Waddle
Tom Waddle and Cara Waddle, Gino Cappelletti’s daughter

Gregory Thomas Waddle is a former American football player in the National Football League.

Tom waddle

Waddle is currently a co-host of “Waddle and Silvy” on ESPN 1000, and a football analyst for WLS-TV in Chicago. He also appears on Pro Football Weekly and NFL Network. He spent his entire six-year career with the Chicago Bears.