Fredrico Formigoni Dies En Hospital; Funera! Tuesday Fredrico Formigoni of Greenville, for many years a Delta f a i King's Daughters | mer, died _ . t Hospital at 1:15 a. m. Monday. m j n j s He had been in ill health a year rt and was admitted to the hospital C | tivc days ago. Mr. Formigoni i 80. i the'unUed'statcs in 1905 and came engaged in farming at Funeral services will be conducted at St. Joseph's Catholic Church at 10 a. m. Tuesday by the Rev. Martin Moloney. Burial: will be in Greenville Cemetery.; National Funeral Home is in charge. Mr. Formigoni was born in Montua, Italy, in 1870. He came bon. He moved to Hosedale m for 20 years he engaged in f i ing in Bolivar county. He m o to Greenville in 1934 and made : his home on the Metcalfe road. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Rosa ] Formigoni; tv.-o sons, Tony and a j John Formigoni of Greenville; and five daughters^Mrs. E._ Bur- ; netti, Mrs. Louis Mascagni and Mrs. Frank C. Mascagni, all of Greenville; Mrs. O. Bossi of Le- iand and Mrs. A. Costanzi of Kosedale. He also leaves 12 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. The pallbearers fur Tuesday's ' service, include Joe Cobianchi. 2 Fava, Bruno Tubertini. Rico Buster Mascagni, Henry OHre-;Â·??' S. S. Mauccli nnri A r t man. Cortezi.