Previously known as:
The Tony Soprano Crew
The Johnny Soprano Crew
Capo - Tony Soprano (Promoted)
Capo - Johnny Soprano (Deceased)
Soldier - Richard "Dickie" Moltisanti
Soldier - Fabian "Febby" Petrullio
Also known as:
The Junior Soprano Crew
Capo - Murf Lupo (Demoted/Retired)
Capo - Phillip Parisi (Deceased)
Capo - Junior Soprano (Promoted)
Soldier - Mickey Palmice (Deceased)
Soldier - Patsy Parisi (Deceased)
Soldier - Gigi Cestone (Deceased)
Previously known as:
The Cifaretto Crew
The Aprile Crew
Capo - Ralph Cifaretto (Deceased)
Capo - Gigi Cestone (Deceased)
Capo - Richie Aprile (Deceased)
Capo - Jackie Aprile (Deceased)
Tony decided to get rid Mikey Palmice in order to cut Junior's ability of attempting another hit on him. Mikey Palmice was killed after being chased down and shot by Chris and Paulie in the woods while he was out jogging.
Spoons was killed by Gigi Cestone in 2000, when Philly picked-up and drove Gigi home from the airport. Tony Soprano ordered the hit to silence rumors "Spoons" had been spreading that Tony had tried to smother Livia Soprano.
The stress of putting his children through college and trying to control a resentful Ralphie, combined with constipation following Thanksgiving, induced a fatal heart attack while he was on the toilet.
Baccalieri Sr died after losing control of his car and crashing into a telegraph pole while leaving the scene of his final hit
Killed by Tony at the Marina
Following the Mob Indictments of 1999 (along with Junior and "Larry Boy" Barese) Sasso was arrested at his home and charged.
Although it was never officially confirmed, Jimmy's odd behavior was enough for Tony and others to think he was wearing a wire. As such, Uncle Junior sanctioned a hit on Jimmy. Silvio and Chris carried out the hit.
After Tony confirmed Pussy was a rat he had Pussy meet him on the pretense of checking out a new boat. Tony, Silvio and Paulie confronted their former friend once they got out to sea and got him to admit that he had informed on them. All three of them regretabally opened fire and killed him then bagged him up, weighed him down and threw him overboard.
Richie Aprile was murdered by his fiancee, Janice Soprano, after he punches her in the mouth. Tony orders Christopher and Furio dispose of the body at Satriale's, using the meat cutter and knives to dismember the body. The official reason Tony gives for his dissapearance is that Richie was an FBI Informant and went into the Witness Protection Program.
Jackie succumbed to cancer in 1999. A power struggle between Junior Soprano and his nephew Tony Soprano ensued.
After a failed attempt to rob a card game run by Eugene Pontecorvo. Jackie, Jr. barely escaped with his life but was eventually killed by Vito Spatafore on the orders of Ralph Cifaretto
Ralph's son was hospitalized following a serious injury in 2003. Soon after Pie-O-My was killed in a stable fire which Tony believes Ralph was responsible for. Ralph was unexpectedly strangled and killed by a furious Tony after refusing to confess, yet defending the act of setting a fire to collect the insurance money on the horse to pay the hospital bills, suggesting that he may have been responsible.
Beppy is an elderly soldier in the Junior Soprano crew
Pat owns a farm in Kinderhook, Upstate New York that his nephews used to visit in the summers of their youth. Several bodies were buried on the farm - Tony, Tony B and Chris dug them up and moved them in 2004 after Pat decied to sell the farm and move to Florida.
In 2004, Benny was seriously injured by New York capo Phil Leotardo. The crisis brought on by Tony Blundetto was reaching a head and Phil severely beat Benny to send a message to Tony. Phil knew of Benny's friendship with Chris and position as driver to Tony. Tony, feeling guilty about Benny's fractured skull, offered to get him "made" once he recovered.
Little Paulie continued working for the family, under his Capo uncle, Paulie Walnuts. He also accompanied Chris when collecting a loan from writer J.T. Dolan.
Lawrence continued working as Capo of his crew, despite his house arrest.
Albert continued working for the family, under his cousin, Larry Boy Barese.
After he was released on parole, "Tony B" initially decided not to return to his previous life as a gangster and decided to go straight and become a licensed massage therapist. However, Blundetto gradually became more and more frustrated and returned to crime. He then became entangled in a power struggle witin the Lupertazzi family. This resulted in him tracking down the Leotardo brothers and killing Billy.
With the heavy losses that the Aprile crew has suffered, Eugene's star has risen considerably. After the deaths of two captains and the disappearance of Ralph Cifaretto, Vito Spatafore assumed control of the crew and Eugene became his second-in-command.
Patsy continued working for the family, under Paulie Walnuts. Patsy was one of the people dissatisfied with Tony Soprano protecting his cousin Tony Blundetto from Phil Leotardo, putting the entire family in jeopardy.
Tony B. and Chris are sent to Uncle Pat's farm to dig up the remains of Emil Kolar after Pat decides to sell his farm. Chris is reminded of his bad childhood and how he was bullied by Tony B. and Tony. Chris maintained a turbulent relationship with Adriana, however, after he learned that she was an FBI informant, he turned to Tony rather than accept her plea to join her. Tony sent Silvio to execute her. Chris later relapsed into heroin use.
In 2004 many members of the Soprano crime family attended a birthday party for Raymond. During the same year, he provided a tape of Tony Soprano and Vito Spatafore discussing construction bids.
Feech was released from prison got back in action, he requested his executive card game back from Tony. Tony agreed on the condition that Feech not step on anybody's toes. Feech soon got into trouble after a dispute with Paulie and the theft of several cars, Tony realized that Feech still thought of him as a kid, and therefore did not believe he owed him the respect of the boss. He knew this was dangerous and had dealt with it before with Richie Aprile.
Gervasi was promoted to captain of Jimmy Altieri's old crew. He ran the Bloomfield Avenue casino, and was involved in and/or in charge of the family's dealings with the port hijackings.
After the death of Ralph, Vito took command of the crew. He continued working on the family investment in a riverfront property called the Esplanade. Vito was also shown spreading dissent as the Tony Blundetto crisis with New York came to a head, stating that if Tony retaliated against New York, the Captains should remove him from his role as Boss.
Bobby was promoted to Acting Capo of Junior's crew after Murf Lupo displayed signs of mental and physical enfeeblement that affected his capacity to run the crew's business. He also lost his wife in a car accident and took it especially hard. Despite Bobby's initial reluctance, he began seeing Janice Soprano and eventually married her.
Chris and Paulie's bad blood resurfaces when Chris embarrasses Paulie in front of the Capos with the "Pine Barrens" story, stating that Paulie was the cause of the foul up. This caused much tension but they "bury the hatchet". Paulie also got into a dispute with Feech La Manna over their rival landscaping companies. They both resort to violently assaulting the other's gardeners. This serves to highlight Feech's insubordination.
Tony discovered that his father, Hesh and Phil Leotardo had been co-owners of a racetrack and that his father had promised a share to his goomar: Fran Felstein. Tony arranged a sitdown with Phil and Hesh to secure the share which they reluctantly gave up.
In 2004, Silvio was ordered to execute Adriana La Cerva once it has been discovered she was cooperating with the FBI in their ongoing investigation of the DiMeo Crime Family.
After New York family boss Carmine Lupertazzi dies from a stroke, A power struggle ensues involving Johnny Sack and Little Carmine. Tony wished to remain neutral, but after Tony B, without Soprano's knowledge, kills two members of Johnny Sack's crew (Joe Peeps and Billy Leotardo) it puts Tony in a difficult position. Johnny Sack becomes boss and demands that Tony give up Tony B or else risk war. Tony refused and this decision caused much tension within his own family and his leadership skills come into question.
After Junior's beat cancer and his RICO case ended in a mistrial he was in a much weakened state. Although Junior survived, the toll of a series of 'mini-strokes' and the confinement of house arrest has since left him confused, depressed, and increasingly dependent on family care and support.