Rollover Crash Kills 1, Hurts 12

Register Star, September 20, 1989, Tracy Dell’Angela.

Cason, Anthony “Uncle Tony”

91, of Rockford, passed away in Provena St. Anne’s. Born April 17, 1915, the son of Tiss and Maria Cason, he married Marguerite Marconi in St. Anthony Church in 1938. Tony and his mother created and founded Maria’s Italian Café and Maria’s frozen foods. He owned The Music Box, Green Gables, Palm gardens, The Airport Restaurant and Nino’s Steakhouse. Tony played the trumpet in the Al’s Iowaianes Band and also for special services in the army, WWII. Member of St. Anthony Church. Predeceased by brother John (Jake), sisters Irene Cherichetti and Inez Vitale.  Arrangements by Gasparini and Oliveri Funeral Home.

Source: Rockford Register Star 3/10/207

Parkview Ave., 1317

P.A. Peterson Home. Until last Sunday, had no indoor flag now have 1 Swedish and 1 U.S. Flag for indoor display. Swedish flag received last Sunday at ceremonies at North Park College. Swedish flag received from Consul General B.G. Jarnstedt. American flag was promised by Mrs. Martin S.Wall

shown in photo: Judith Dahlin, 92 left, and Mrs. Mathilda Lundin, 90, residents, both born in Sweden

Source: Rockford Morning Star 6/14/1970

Giorgi, Amadeo A.

& Marilyn busn. rep. United Food and Commercial Workers Union :pca; No 1540 h1529 Victoria Ave.

Source: 1987 Rockford City Directory

Source: Rockford Register Star 5/19/2013


Carter, Arthur “Archie” Bryn

80, photo, died 6/17/2009 in Nelson Debes after a short illness. Born 4/21/1929 in Rockford son of Arthur G. and Sarah (Bryn) Carter. West High School 1947 grad.; married Jeanne Nyquist Nov. 5, 1949. Department manager at Quaker Oats for 40 years. Coached boys’ baseball for many years; member numerous organizations. Alpine Lutheran Church, Fitzgerald Funeral Home and Creamtory, Arlington Memorial Cemetery

Source: Rockford Register Star 6/20/2009