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2     WHEREAS, The members of the Senate of the State of Illinois
3 learned with sadness of the death of Anthony P. "Tony" Paynic
4 of Wood River on August 25, 2005; and
5     WHEREAS, Mr. Paynic was born June 29, 1927, in Granite
6 City, to Anthony and Francis (Kezele) Paynic; he married the
7 former Joyce Marie Bruce on Sept. 5, 1950, in Wood River; and
8     WHEREAS, He served with the U.S. Navy Seabees during World
9 War II and retired from Colonial Dairy Co. and Prairie Farms
10 Dairy as a milkman; he had also worked as a carrier for
11 Simmons-Cooper Law Firm in East Alton; and
12     WHEREAS, He was a life member of the Wood River Moose Lodge
13 1349 for 46 years and administrator of the lodge for 29 years;
14 his other memberships included the Illinois Licensed Beverage
15 Association, East Alton American Legion Post 794, Wood River
16 VFW 2859, Alton Knights of Columbus, Teamsters Local 525 in
17 Alton, and the AMVETS Lodge in Peoria; he served on the Madison
18 County Board for eight years, was a Wood River precinct
19 committeeman, and was a member of the Madison County Transit
20 Board; and
21     WHEREAS, He was preceded in death by his wife; his parents;
22 his brothers, Father Richard Paynic and Edward Paynic; and his
23 sister, Helen Eich; and
24     WHEREAS, The passing of Anthony Paynic is felt by all who
25 knew and loved him, especially his son, Michael Paynic; his
26 daughter, Debbie Paynic; his brothers and a sister-in-law,
27 Stephen and Jean Paynic and George Paynic; his sisters and a
28 brother-in-law, Rosemarie and Eldon Bowler and Julie Paynic;
29 his sisters-in-law, Corrine Renner and Kay Taylor; and his
30 numerous nieces and nephews; therefore, be it



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2 ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, that we mourn the passing of
3 Anthony "Tony" Paynic and extend our sincerest condolences to
4 his family, friends, and community; and be it further
5     RESOLVED, That a suitable copy of this resolution be
6 presented to his family as an expression of our deepest
7 sympathy.