The 21st birthday party of Ivo Vellar at St. George's Church Hall, Rathdowne Street Carlton in January 1955. Included are: Giovanni [Jack] Cera, George Ventura, Fanni Rodighiero, Lena Pangrazio, Giovanna Costa [nee Pangrazio], Antonietta Cera, Girolamo Pangrazio, Ivo Vellar, Mario Costa, Marisca Vellar [nee Pangrazio], Andrea Pangrazio, Fortunato Vellar, Yvonne Bernar [nee Zotti], Battestin Bernar, Cristiano Zotti, Giuseppina Bernar, Neva Zotti, Rino Cera, Domenico Bernar, Sergio Zotti, Giovanni Zotti, Giacomo [Jack] Silvagni, Antonietta Silvagni, Alfredo Bernar, Rita Pangrazio, Toni Pangrazio, Mr. Martello, Maria Martello [nee Pangrazio], Vittoria Costa, Lidia Rebescini, Gina Nicoletti, Sergio Silvagni, Milena Silvagni, Rina Costa [married Nocellin], Yvonne Menara, Francesca Vellar [married Superina], Flores Pangrazio [married Milani], Domenico Costa, Lina Gobbo [married Cline] Ezio Costa, Denis Pangrazio, Rolando [Roy] Pangrazio, Mirella Vescovi, Mrs. Rebesco, Lina Forti [married Farraro], Ermando Rebesco, Livio Fischer, Johnny Menara, Roy Renato, Giovanni Cavedon, Luigi [Lou] Brida, Dino and Giovannina Rigoni, Lidia Zotti, Cristiano Forte, Mr Piovesan, Mr Campanaro, Rosa Zotti, Momi Piovesan, Giovanni Saratori, Alfonse Savaris, Sergio Castelletti, Giovanni Frigo, Wihelmina Pangrazio, Ida Forte and other members of the Vescovi, Rebesco and Castelletti families. Ivo Vellar was born in Camporovere di Roana, Vicenza, Veneto in January 1934 and arrived in Australia with his parents in december 1938 aboard the ship Otranto. The family lived in Carlton where Ivo attended St George's Primary School, Rathdowne Street followed by St Coleman's North Fitzroy, St Joseph's Christian Brothers College North Melbourne and St Kevin's College. Ivo was admitted to the faculty of Medicine at the University of Melbourne in 1952 and graduated in 1957. He worked at St Vincent's Hospital, Victoria Parade Fitzroy before travelling to London in 1964 to specialise in surgery. Upon his return to Australia and St Vincent's Hospital 4 years later he worked as a general surgeon, progressing to senior professor of surgery, the position he still holds today . he is also professor of surgery at the University of Melbourne. Dr Vellar's other credits include a doctoral thesis on the anatomy of the liver and a biography of Sir Thomas Dunhill. He is currently writing a history of surgery of St Vincent's Hospital.
Italian Origin: Veneto, Vicenza, Camporovere di Roana
Veneto, Vicenza, Camporovere
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