Donald A. Falzone – 79

Oregon, IL, Donald A. Falzone, age 79, died Sunday September 10, 2017 in KSB Hospital, Dixon, IL. Don was born June 16, 1938 in Rockford, IL the son of Joseph & Anna (Hall) Falzone. Don served in the United States Army from 1962 to 1965 serving in Korea. Don married Nancy Snodgrass on July 20, 1985 in Mt. Morris, IL. He worked for Barbara Coleman and Vensys Technologies. Don was involved with many things; his favorite pass time was racing homing pigeons.
Don is survived by his wife: Nancy Falzone, Oregon, IL; sons: Brian (Julie) Falzone and John Falzone both of Rockford, IL; Step-sons: Bob (Esther) Mongan, Oregon, IL and Joe ( Debbie) Mongan, Rockford, IL; grandchildren, great grandchildren; brother: John (Kathy) Falzone, Cherry Valley, IL and Jeff Warren, Rockford, IL; sister: Mary Ellen (Robert) Crowell, Rockford, IL; many nieces and nephews
Don is preceded in death by his parents; 2 brothers: Joe and Sonny.
Memorial service will be held Friday September 15, 2017 at 10:30 A.M. in Oakwood Cemetery, Mt. Morris, IL. Burial in Oakwood Cemetery, Mt. Morris, IL. A luncheon will follow the memorial service in The Disciples United Methodist Church, Mt. Morris, IL.
Memorials to American Pigeon Museum& Library.

5 thoughts on “Donald A. Falzone – 79”

  1. Brother Donald was a Past Master of Samuel H. Davis Lodge #96 for two years. He was very active and helped the Lodge grow. Two of his most loved activities were to deliver Roses to widows of deceased Brothers and selling Ham at Easter.even after he couldn’t get out to make sales, he called his past customers to take orders. Godspeed Brother, we will that smile and hardy hand shack at all our meetings and activities. We will meet again Brother in that Grand Lodge above, not made by hands, eternal in the Heavens.

  2. Nancy—I knew Don Was not doing that well but this comes as a total shock. He was a good man and you two were made for each other. May God welcome him with open arms. And may God hold you in his heart as well in this difficult time. My condolences.

  3. Nancy I am so sorry for your loss. I am happy for you that you had as many good years with on as you had. God bless you and your family.

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