The Galena Daily Gazette
30 June 1925
Mrs. Amelia Duccini, 26 years old, died at the family home in Dubuque Sunday morning at 1:45 o'clock. Although she had been ailing for three moths, her illness had only been of a serious nature during the last two weeks.
Surviving her are her husband, Arthur Duccini, two children, Marguerite and Eugene, her mother, Mrs. Honors Mahoney and two sisters, Mrs. J. C. Collins and Mrs. P. J. Conry, all of Dubuque. One daughter, Rosemary, died on May 8, 1924.
Mrs. Duccini was born in Council Hill, Ill., and had lived in Dubuque the last eight years. She was a member of the Church of the Nativity.
Galena Daily Gazette
1 July 1925
Interment in Galena
The funeral of Mrs. Amelia Duccini was held from the home in Dubuque to the Church of the Nativity at nine o'clock Tuesday morning. The Rev. L. Klott officiated at Requiem Mass. Father D. B. Foley conducted the graveside service in St. Michael's cemetery at Galena.
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