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Some Famous People with the surname of Bonicelli

Wikipedia Silvio Cesare Bonicelli (March 31, 1932 Bergamo, Italy - March 6, 2009) was the Italian Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Parma from his appointment by Pope John Paul II on December 13, 1996, until his retirement on January 19, 2008.