The Magaddino Family Leadership Chart is perhaps one the most massive charts Button Guys of The New York Mafia has put together to date.
This chart represents the Maggadino Crime Family’s known membership spanning well over fifty years, from at least the early 1930s through 1980. And names over 560 affiliated racketeers, including 125 formally inducted rank-and-file members and another 435 known criminal “associates.”
This is truly a “one-of-a-kind” hierarchical snapshot depicting the true breadth and scope of this iconic Cosa Nostra Family.
The Buffalo Family, which became better known as the Stefano Magaddino Family, is one of the longest-established and, at one time, one of Cosa Nostra’s most powerful networks. In fact, this particular “Family” was deceptively powerful.
The Maggadino Crime Family ruled over a far-flung fiefdom that fanned out over a variety of cities and towns throughout Upstate New York and several other states, including Erie, Pennsylvania and Youngstown, Ohio, and Hamilton, Ontario Province, Canada. The Magaddino Family also maintained close ties over the years with several Mafia Families back in Sicily, including the infamous Mafia-laden town of Castellammare del Golfo, Steve Magaddino’s birthplace, and the nearby towns of Alcamo, Calatafimi, and San Vito Lo Capo.