Annie Mary Compagnoni Obituary
ANNIE MXRY-'CbtttAGNONll^ n»i t n» " ®' i^iteaoKrJoneer Requieni.tniass wOI be celebrated: celebrated: tcnnorrow; at 0 ajn. for Mrs: Annie Maiy Compagnoni, 70,ofiRt. 3, Box;432A^ Bakersfield,. Bakersfield,. a' pioneer Kem County resident who died Aug. 9. Msgr. Patrick Leddy will officiate, and taterment will follow in Greenlawn Greenlawn Memorial Park. Rosary will be recited tonight at 9 pjn. dau^iter of the late Joseph Koutek and a granddaui^iter of the Von Sernow family of Czechoslovakia,' Czechoslovakia,' descendants of Bohemian Bohemian nobili^. She wasbbrii March 13,18%, hi DcHnazlice, Czechoslovakia Mr*. Comppgnool was the and came to the United States where she was naturalized in 1913. She lived to Kem County 58 years. Her husband, Albert, owned and operated a ranch fa the Pumpkto Center area until his death to 1942. Survivors toclude three sons, Lester and Tony Compagnoni, both of Bakersfield, and Earl Clausen of Oakland; four brothers, brothers, Jerry Koutek of San Jose and John, Joseph and Fepec Koutek, all of C^echosolvakia; and 10 grandchildren, tocludtog Leslyn, Elato, Andrea and Lto- da Compagnoni, all of Bakersfield.: Bakersfield.: Pallbearers win be John Gp, Robert Bagnell, Joe Rocha, William William Hayhurst, Fred Walker and James 0. Boss. Payne and Sons Funeial Home is to charge.