|Born||January 28, 1928|
|Died||February 17, 1959|
North Shore, Queens
|Affiliation||Carmine Rosato's Family|
Lando was from Astoria, Queens, born to two Sicilian immigrants. Lando became involved in crime when he was young, gaining the nickname "Butterfly"; he liked to use a butterfly blade to cut up his enemies. Lando was initiated into Carmine Rosato's regime in 1952, and in 1959, became a Soldier when Rosato left the Clemenza crime family.
On February 17, 1959, he recieved an urgent distress call from Quincy Travis, an associate of his who ran SaniCo Dump and Disposal, that the rival Corleone crime family was attacking the business. Lando and three cars filled with Carmine Rosato's enforcers drove to North Shore, where the racket was located, and got into a firefight with Dominic, Jimmy Lira, Bill Bardi, and Raymond Costa. Dominic wanted to strike fear into the hearts of Rosato's Gang, so he ran Lando over with a muscle car.