Veterans Who Have Passed

Source:  Rockford Register Star, November, 2019.

Veterans Who Have Passed

Source:  Rockford Register Star, November, 2019

St. Anne’s Place

St. Anne’s Place is now Sienna on Brendenwood, name change to end confusion between St. Anne’s Center and St. Anne’s Place comfortable care free living for independent seniors owned by Rockford Diocese and admin. by Provena Healthcare decision to change name reflects ambulance calls and service, relatives searching for loved ones, 106 apartments at 4444 Brendenwood Rd. Tel # 815/399-6167

Source: The Observer Vol. 73, No. 24 June 5, 2009

Rothstein, Ralph A,

Born December 8, 1917, in Haynes, ND, fourth son  of Christ Rothstein and Mary Elizabeth (O’Keefe-McCarney) Rothstein.

Graduated Jamestown University, ND.

U.S.N.R. veteran of WWII, Ralph proudly served his country from 1941 to 1945 on the USS Ancon, flagship of the Naval Amphibious Corps of the U S Atlantic Fleet for the invasions of North Africa, Sicily and Salerno, Italy, and Omaha Beach on D-Day; and later on the USS Fergus which landed troops on Guam, Saipan, Einewetok, and Hokkaido for the surrender of Japan, 1945.

Died January 3, 2014, St. Anne’s Center, Rockford.

Holy Family Catholic Church, private burial at St. Mary’s Cemetery.

 

Source: Rockford Register Star January 7, 2014