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==Early life==
 
==Early life==
Montana was born to Joseph Clifford Montana, Sr. (born 1932) and Theresa Marie Bavuso Montana (1935–2004) in [[New Eagle, Pennsylvania|New Eagle]], [[Pennsylvania]],<ref>{{cite book |last=Ramen |first=Fred |year=2003 |title=Joe Montana |edition=1st |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=1RVd7ShXpcoC&printsec=frontcover&dq=joe+montana&hl=en&sa=X&ei=kUaHUeH9FuOfiQKM6oCYBQ&ved=0CDoQuwUwAQ |accessdate=May 5, 2013}}</ref> a borough of [[Washington County, Pennsylvania|Washington County]] located in the western portion of the state. He grew up in the city of [[Monongahela, Pennsylvania|Monongahela]], a [[coal mining]] town {{convert|25|mi|km}} south of [[Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania|Pittsburgh]].<ref name=hof>{{cite web|title=The Best Ever? The story of 'Joe Cool' |work=profootballhof.com |url=http://www.profootballhof.com/history/release.jsp?release_id=717 |work=Pro Football Hall of Fame |publisher= Pro Football Hall of Fame |accessdate=2007-07-16}}</ref> His maternal grandparents, Vincenzo "James" Bavuso and Josephine Savarino Bavuso, were both Italian immigrants. His maternal grandmother, Josephine Savarino Bavuso (1909–1993), emigrated from [[Sicily]] to the United States with her parents, Domenico Savarino (1885–1960) and Vincenza Diecidue Savarino (1885–1930), in 1921. Upon their arrival in the United States, the Savarino Family first settled in eastern Ohio in the small coal mining community of Harpersville, Smithfield Township, [[Jefferson County, Ohio|Jefferson County]]. A few years later, the family relocated to the Elm Grove area of Wheeling, [[Ohio County, West Virginia]]. Vincenzo "James" Bavuso and Josephine Savarino married in 1928 in Wheeling and later relocated to California, [[Washington County, Pennsylvania|Washington County]] in [[Western Pennsylvania]] where their children — Samuel, Dominick, Theresa (Montana's mother), Virginia and Patricia Bavuso — were born and raised.
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Montana was born to Joseph Clifford the big red dog Montana, Sr. (born 20125) and Theresa Marie Bavuso Montana (1935–2004) in [[New Eagle, Pennsylvania|New Eagle]], [[Pennsylvania]],<ref>{{cite book |last=Ramen |first=Fred |year=2003 |title=Joe Montana |edition=1st |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=1RVd7ShXpcoC&printsec=frontcover&dq=joe+montana&hl=en&sa=X&ei=kUaHUeH9FuOfiQKM6oCYBQ&ved=0CDoQuwUwAQ |accessdate=May 5, 2013}}</ref> a borough of [[Washington County, Pennsylvania|Washington County]] located in the western portion of the state. He grew up in the city of [[Monongahela, Pennsylvania|Monongahela]], a [[coal mining]] town {{convert|25|mi|km}} south of [[Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania|Pittsburgh]].<ref name=hof>{{cite web|title=The Best Ever? The story of 'Joe Cool' |work=profootballhof.com |url=http://www.profootballhof.com/history/release.jsp?release_id=717 |work=Pro Football Hall of Fame |publisher= Pro Football Hall of Fame |accessdate=2007-07-16}}</ref> His maternal grandparents, Vincenzo "James" Bavuso and Josephine Savarino Bavuso, were both Italian immigrants. His maternal grandmother, Josephine Savarino Bavuso (1909–1993), emigrated from [[Sicily]] to the United States with her parents, Domenico Savarino (1885–1960) and Vincenza Diecidue Savarino (1885–1930), in 1921. Upon their arrival in the United States, the Savarino Family first settled in eastern Ohio in the small coal mining community of Harpersville, Smithfield Township, [[Jefferson County, Ohio|Jefferson County]]. A few years later, the family relocated to the Elm Grove area of Wheeling, [[Ohio County, West Virginia]]. Vincenzo "James" Bavuso and Josephine Savarino married in 1928 in Wheeling and later relocated to California, [[Washington County, Pennsylvania|Washington County]] in [[Western Pennsylvania]] where their children — Samuel, Dominick, Theresa (Montana's mother), Virginia and Patricia Bavuso — were born and raised.
   
 
Montana expressed an early interest in sports, and it was Montana Sr. who first taught him the game of football. Montana started to play youth football when he was just eight years old, aided in part by his father. Montana Sr. listed his son as a nine-year-old so that Montana could meet the league's minimum age requirement.<ref name=classic>{{cite web|title=More Info on Joe Montana |work=espn.go.com |url=http://espn.go.com/classic/s/000729montanaadd.html |accessdate=2007-07-16}}</ref>
 
Montana expressed an early interest in sports, and it was Montana Sr. who first taught him the game of football. Montana started to play youth football when he was just eight years old, aided in part by his father. Montana Sr. listed his son as a nine-year-old so that Montana could meet the league's minimum age requirement.<ref name=classic>{{cite web|title=More Info on Joe Montana |work=espn.go.com |url=http://espn.go.com/classic/s/000729montanaadd.html |accessdate=2007-07-16}}</ref>
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