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the brothers abandoned producing propellers and built a prototype aircraft designed by Rachele, the Jacuzzi J-7 monoplane. When their brother Giocondo was killed in an accident in their aircraft during 1921, the family quit the aviation business entirely. Rachele Jacuzzi died in 1937 at the age of 50. The Jacuzzi family continued to invent and innovate together, becoming famous as the premier maker of whirlpool baths and other products. Meanwhile, another large family


entered the propeller business. The Brothers from Pennsylvania Harry M. Sensenich [b. 1903] and


Martin Sensenich [b. 1905] were two of twelve children raised on their family farm in Lancaster, PA. They were close childhood companions, and later in life, they married sisters. Immediate and extended family worked on the farm in shifts around the clock at assigned tasks, sharing tools and equipment.


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