Spanish Flu October 11, 1918

Source: Rockford Morning Star   October 11, 1918

Veterans Who Have Passed–John J. Rosauer

Source:  Rockford Register Star, Jan. 15, 2020.

Diary of Sergeant Joseph F Bold

 

Sgt. J.F. Bold (Ambulance Company 344 -311th Sanitation Train), a Rockford resident, details his activities in WWI in an unusual 55 page typed diary, from august 24,1918 (Camp Grant IL) to his discharge on January 31, 1919.

Rockford Public Library Local History Archives – Military Collection

Ampellio “Pep” Dal Pra – 2018 obituary

Source:  Rockford Register Star 2/17/2018

Gregory “Greg” A. Wurzer – 2017 obituary

Source:  Rockford Register Star 7-26-2017

Robert E. Bergman – 1924 – 2016

Robert E. Bergman

Source: Rockford Register Star April 24, 2016

Camp Grant – 1918, Influenza Pandemic

Spanish Flu - 1

Source: Nuggets of History, Vol. 46, No. 4, December 2008

Spanish flu - 2 sm

Source: Nuggets of History December 2008 Vol. 46 No. 4

Spanish flu - 3 sm

Source: Nuggets of History December 2008 Vol. 46 No. 4

Spanish Flu - 4 sm

Source: Nuggets of History December 2008 Vol. 46 No. 4

Spanish flu - 5 sm

Source: Nuggets of History December 2008 Vol. 46 No. 4

Spanish flu - 6

 

 

Marandino, Vincent J.

Died March 6, 2015, in his home.

Born in South Bend, on Dec. 23, 1924, the son of Frank and Theresa (Giradino) Marandino.

He served in the U.S. Navy during WWII and attended Purdue University where he graduated in 1950.

Married Catherine E. Keiser.

He worked for Sundstrand Aerospace as a principle engineer.

Member of Holy Family Catholic Church, Moose Club, Knights of Columbus, and Meals on Wheels.

Olson Funeral Home and Cremation, Mass at Holy Family Catholic Church, Burial in Calvary Cemetery.

Source: Rockford Register Star 3/11/2015