Giustino's descendants were politicians and literary men who displayed humanitarian and social commitment, administrative competence, refinement and open-mindedness.
Gaetano Valmarana (1803 - 1874) has been podestà (ancient Italian term for chief of city council), member of the parliament, director of nursery schools.
Giustino Valmarana (1849 - 1873) during his short life has been city councillor and member of the school superintendence.
His son Angelo Valmarana (1874 - 1915) has been province councillor, city councillor of Vicenza and then mayor of the city: the messages of condolence for his untimely death filled up a whole book.
In modern times Tommaso Valmarana (1909 - 1991), owner of the Palazzina, was a notary, a socially-committed man and a sports backer. He has founded the Association of the Blood Donors and has been president of many clubs and associations: UNITALSI (the catholic association for the transport of sick people to international shrines), Vicenza Football Club, Vicenza Tennis Club and the Vicenza branch of CAI (Italian Alpine Club).
Another Giustino Valmarana (1898 -1977), owner of the Foresteria, has been senator from 1946 to 1963, undersecretary of State, undersecretary at the Ministry of Treasury, member of the European parliament. Moreover he prevented, together with minister Bottai, the fascist government from detaching the frescoes of the Villa and sending them to the Italian embassy in Paris (as Mussolini wanted to do).
His son Paolo Valmarana (1928 - 1984), film critic and essayist, has been an executive in the Italian Television (RAI), working in management, production and broadcasting departments.