|Born||April 15, 1927|
|Died||February 16, 1959|
|Affiliation||Carmine Rosato's Family|
Credi was born in Triboro, Queens, to a Sicilian family. Credi was a compulsive gambler when he grew up, and never rolled snake eyes his entire life. He became acquainted with Wayne Ferrara, another gambler who soon became an associate of the Corleone crime family. Credi was initiated into Carmine Rosato's organization in 1959 when he separated from the Corleones, and made his hangout at the New York Federal Building's parking lot.
On February 15, 1959, Corleone Capo Dominic made it clear that he was putting a hit out on Credi. He gathered intelligence from Ferrara in exchange for beating down his father (who was beating his mother), and Ferrara revealed Credi's hideaway. The Carmine Rosato Soldier was fixing the wheel of his car when Dominic and his soldiers Bill Bardi and Jimmy Lira entered the lot. Credi did not notice, and was strangulated with Dominic's bare hands, and his neck was snapped afterwards.