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Business name:
Dominick's Finer Foods Inc
Address:
4233 Lincoln Highway
City:
Matteson
State:
Illinois
Zip Code:
60443
Phone number:
(708) 747-6300
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May 25, 2017

Business, community leader Duncan Matteson dies at 82

Duncan Matteson, a longtime Menlo Park resident and a leader in business, philanthropy and community service, died peacefully at home in Palo Alto May 12 after a prolonged struggle with heart disease. He was 82. He and his wife of 62 years, Shirley, were recognized widely for their contributions to the community and were 2006 winners of the Avenidas Lifetime of Achievement Award. Born in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1934, he was the youngest of three children. Growing up, he pursued sports and was a member of the Missouri state champion Little League team in 1948. In high school, he was named a Kansas City All Star in football, basketball and track. At the University of Missouri, Mr. Matteson majored in business administration, played on the basketball and golf teams, became president of the university's chapter of Sigma Chi fraternity, and married Shirley, his sweetheart since he was 15 and she was 14. Mr. Matteson graduated from the University of Missouri in 1956 and jo...

Jul 27, 2016

FLOWERS: Big thanks to scholarship donors

Jeremiah Robertson; Gina Linstrom Memorial, Whitney Flournoy, Shelby Jacob; CD and Earlene Renfro Memorial, Alexis Brock; Loving Auto Group, Hannah Matteson; TP White/Gladys Gates, Rebecca Modisette; Homer Masonic Lodge, Ceara Davis, Tell Pinner; SFA Track and Field, Jeremy Batten; United States Army, Brennan Burnett; United States Marine Corps, Trae Nichols; Allen Cryer Memorial, Alec Blair, Carissa Wells, Logan Pinner; Angelina College Cheer, Ashley Bailey; Lynn Denman Memorial, Alexis Brock; Huntington Business Owners Association, Hunter Willis; Texas High School Rodeo Association, Tell Pinner; Texas High School Rodeo Association State House, Tell Pinner; HHS Band Boosters, Jarred Capps, Scott Brunner, Courtney LeBlanc, Alaina Vickery; University of Alabama Scholar, Brynden Nerren; Honors Scholarship (UMHB), Whitney Flournoy; Leadership Scholarship (UMHB), Whitney Flournoy; Huntington Youth Football, Jeremiah Robertson, Dylan Snell, Preston Bozeman; Linebarger, Goggan, Blair & Sampson, Alexis Brock; Lufkin Pro Day Group, Rebecca Modisette; Huntington Youth Softball Association, Courtney Stewart, Tatum Aguilar, Hannah Matteson, McKenzie Summers, Alexis Brock, Amy Kirkland; Huntington Garden Club (Mildred Colwell), Alexis Brock; Huntington All, Around 4H, Rebecca Modisette, Katie Smith, Justin Davis, Tell Pinner; Ann Porter Nursing, Adrian Granados; DARS, James Moore, Shawn Grogan, Griselda Garcia, Dylan Cartwright, Alex Vinson; Huntington Garden Club, Ceara Davis, April Cooper; Huntington Little Dribblers, Brooke Loggins, Brynden Nerren, Danielle Gillespie, Jeremy Batten, Kolby Kirkland, McKenzie Summers, Pryde Nerren, Shelby Jacob, Tanner Dickerson, Whitney Flournoy, Zach White, Amy Kirkland, Jeremiah Robertson, Courtney Stewart, Hunter Willis, Justin Davis, Matt Lindsey, Hannah Matteson; Order of the Eastern Star, Clarice Flesher; Zavalla 4H, Emma Cherry; Angelina County Go Texan, Rebecca Modisette, Clarice Flesher; Huntington Youth Baseball, Danielle Gillespie, Jeremy Batten, Jorge Batista, Preston Bozeman, Seth Broaddus, Tanner Dickerson, Trapper Dickey, Adrian Granados, Korey Hyman, Kolby Kirkland, Austin Kolb, Matt Lindsey, Brooke Loggins, Brynden Nerren, Pryde Nerren, Tell Pinner, Kaylee Rawls, Jeremiah Robertson, Justin Rodgers, Dylan Snell, McKenzie Summers, Zach White, Hunter Willis, Richard Wilroy; and Anonymous, Trapper Dickey. Thank you again for the support you are providing to our students. Good luck graduates. David Flowers is the superintendent of Huntington ISD. His email address is dflowers@huntingtonisd.com. (Lufkin Daily News)

Dec 30, 2015

118 Years Later, 10-Year-Old's Grave Honored With Flowers, Dolls, Medals

More from Joliet Patch Among the historic notables buried in Oakwood are railroad baron William Cornelius Van Horne, Governor Joel Aldrich Matteson and Civil War Col. Frederick A. Bartleson.Apgar said families have approached him while he is cutting the grass around his realtives’ graves in Oakwood and tell them the stories of their lost loved ones.“I was like, ’Write it down,’” Apgar said.“Write it down, send it to me, email it to me,” he said. “It would be interesting to have a record of the people out there.”Oakwood was incorporated in 1855 but Apgar said the first burial conducted by those who settled in the region was in 1835.“Obviously we have the Indians,” he said. “They were the first burials.”Whoever has been leaving mementos on the grave of Emma Ochsner has never approached Apgar. “I just always assumed it was family,” he said, “or friends of family.” Across Illinois Trending Across Patch ? Subscribe to the free daily newsletter from Patch ... (Patch.com)

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