Angelo Maggi, 82, who ran his own barbershop on 36th Street in Georgetown from about 1929 until he retired in 1973, died of cancer Nov. 24 at his home in Arlington.
Mr. Maggi was born in Foggia, Italy. He came to this country in 1920 and settled in Washington. He played the guitar, the mandolin and the banjo and for many years led a family orchestra that played at weddings, christenings and similar affairs in the Washington area. He also was a noted pool player.
He was a member of the Roma Lodge of the Loyal Order of the Sons of Italy, Holy Trinity Catholic Church and the Holy Rosary Catholic Church.
His first wife, Frances Durso Maggi, died in 1972.
Survivors include his wife, Pasquina of Arlington; four sons by his first marriage, Pasquale of Falls Church, Joseph of Arlington, Alfred of Jefferson, Md., and Angelo Jr. of Bethesda; four daughters by his first marriage, Amelia Nocera of Arlington, Grace Flinn of Reston, Mary Anna Yakabe of Wheaton, and Joanne Darnell of Camp Springs; three sisters, Grace Ercoli of Edgewater, Md., Nina Sirini of Hyattsville, and Rose Giannetti of Bethesda; one stepsister, Assunta Maggi of Hyattsville; 26 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.