On reading the will of Enrico Zobele Senior, after his death in 1950, it was discovered that he had left very precise instructions for five longstanding employees in recognition of the services rendered to the company.
On 30th October 1950, Luigi and Fulvio had to emotionally and organisationally deal with the death of their father.
On reading the will, it was discovered that Enrico Zobele Senior had left very precise instructions for five longstanding employees (Giovanni Girardi, Luigi Zadra, Vittorio Bertoldi, Beniamino Cattoni and Pietro Filippini): a payment of one thousand lira for each year of work, “for the services rendered to my company". This was in recognition of the people and families who had grown up with the Zobele family and had expanded, from father to son, relative to relative, the company structure of employees and workers.
Worthy of a special mention are the Bertoldi and Zadra families, close friends of Enrico Senior who witnessed the launch of the first business and whose descendants for generations to come would work in the company with the same feeling of gratitude and belonging of their parents and their grandparents.
Provisions were also included in the will for certain sums of money to be given to charitable organisations in Trento.