Al Capone's immediate relatives include his father, Gabriele Capone, and his mother, Teresina Capone. Al Capone had eight siblings: six brothers and two sisters. His six brothers were James, Raffaele (or Ralph), Salvatore (or Frank), John, Albert and Matthew. His two sisters were Rose and Mafalda. None of them remain alive as of 2015. He married Mae Coughlin in 1918, a month after she had their son, Albert Francis.
Ralph and Frank worked with Capone in his criminal enterprises. Frank died in 1924, and Ralph received jail time for tax evasion in 1932, ending his criminal career. The other four brothers all went their various ways. Neither of his sisters were involved in his criminal empire.
Albert lived a full life, finally passing in 2004. He was not involved in his father's business. He had a single daughter, Veronica "Ronnie" Capone. She was born in 1943 and passed away in 2007. Deidre Marie Capone, the granddaughter of Capone's brother Ralph, is the last surviving member of his family with the last name Capone. She is also one of the few remaining people who knew the gangster. He has several surviving grandchildren and great-grandchildren. None of them have been involved in organized crime.