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At age 10, Bill developed a severe mastoid ear infection.
To aid in treating this ailment, his parents enrolled him in a Catholic boarding school in the dry climate of Tucson, Arizona.
Between 19, Bill studied agriculture at the University of Arizona, but never graduated.
On August 18, 1956, Bill married Rosalie Profaci, niece of Profaci crime family boss Joseph Profaci.
However, many family members felt that Bill lacked experience and was too intellectual to lead effectively.
These tensions only worsened when Bill advised his father against involving the family in the illegal narcotics trade.
When he was 15, Bill led a group of students (who were supposed to be visiting a museum) to see the controversial 1947 film Forever Amber, a movie banned by the Catholic Church.
When school administrators learned about the outing, they expelled Bill from the dormitory.
Many people considered this kidnapping to be a ruse meant to protect Joseph from the Commission's wrath.
In early 1966, Gaspare Di Gregorio allegedly contacted Bill about having a peace meeting.
Bill agreed and suggested his grand-uncle's house on Troutman Street in Brooklyn as a meeting site.
Salvatore Vincent "Bill" Bonanno (November 5, 1932 – January 1, 2008) was the son of Cosa Nostra boss Joe Bonanno.
Although his father never intended for him to be the underboss of the Bonanno crime family, his appointment to high positions in the syndicate precipitated a "mob war" which led to the Bonanno family's exile to Arizona.
At some time after 1952, Bill was inducted as a "made man" into the Bonanno family.