GREENVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BACK TO SCHOOL CARNIVAL
Greenville Elementary School will host a Back-to-School Carnival tomorrow. From 5:00 to 5:45 p.m. parents may drop off their child’s school materials, meet with teachers, and visit various rooms. From 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. students can participate in a wide variety of fun activities at the carnival. There will be games, inflatables, food, and more. For more information, call the school at 664-3117.
TOM MARCHELLO RECOGNIZED FOR 1 MILLION MILES WITH NO ACCIDENTS
A Greenville Post Office employee has been recognized for driving a million miles for the postal service without a single accident. Tom Marchello, of Smithboro, has worked for the post office for 34 years with no reported accidents.
Greenville Post Master Lynn Todt recently presented Marchello with the USPS Million Mile Award. Todt said the USPS believes in recognizing good employees and Marchello deserves the recognition for making safety his priority.
Greenville Post Office Driver Tom Marchello
FIRE ALARM AT BOND COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE
Greenville Firefighters responded yesterday at 7:40 a.m. to a fire alarm sounding at the Bond County Clerk’s Office on the downtown square. According to the fire report, firefighters checked the building with thermal imaging equipment and found no signs of fire. The cause of the alarm was determined to be a system malfunction. They were on the scene about fifteen minutes.
Linda S. Littlejohn
Linda S. Littlejohn, age 44 of Jamestown, passed away Wednesday in Granite City. A private family visitation will be held Friday at the Spengel-Boulanger Funeral Home in Highland. Burial will be in Hug Cemetery in Millersburg. Memorials are suggested to the American Cancer Society or Hospice of Southern Illinois.
She was born on Sunday, June 29, 1969, in Highland, IL, the daughter of Charles S. and Rosemary (nee Wisnasky) Littlejohn, Jr..
She was a former member - St. Paul Lutheran Church, Hamel, IL.
Born at Highland, IL; reared in the Alhambra area. After marriage to Charles E. Barton, Jr. they lived in Pocahontas, IL. She worked for Clean Uniform, Highland, IL and enjoyed fishing, flowers and animals.
Father - Charles S. Littlejohn, Jr., Granite City, IL
Mother - Rosemary - Littlejohn nee Wisnasky, Greenville, IL
Daughter - Brittany N. (Aaron) Marquardt, Tucson, AZ
Son - Charles E. Barton III, Jamestown, IL
Daughter - Crystal A. Giller, Jamestown, IL
Grandchild - Brianna Barton
Grandchild - Hannah Williams
Grandchild - Kaiden Marquardt
Husband - David Linville.
She was preceded in death by:
Maternal Grandfather - Robert Wisnasky
Maternal Grandmother - Frieda Stack (nee Lampkin).
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