170 Warren Avenue
Alice A. Falduto passed away peacefully Sunday, January 25, 2015 one day after celebrating her 97th birthday.
Born in Racine on January 24, 1918 to parents Serafino and Sophia Aceto. For 36 years Alice and her former husband Anthony J. were the owner/operators of Tony’s 19th T tavern, located across from the Chicago Northwestern commuter train station on State St. in Racine. Offering free daily lunches and Sunday dinners made Tony’s 19th T a very popular place. Following retirement Alice became an avid traveler, visiting Thailand, North Africa as well as Europe.
In 2004 Alice moved to Linden Heights Assisted Living Center in Waukesha and became a resident of Linden Grove Nursing Home in 2009. A special thank you to the staff and caregivers of Unit D and the Activity Department of Linden Grove which became Alice’s second family.
Alice is survived by her much loved son, Anthony (Brenda J.) Falduto and her devoted daughter Patricia (the late Richard) Hagemann. Further survived by her grandchildren Tyler (Belle) Falduto and Tate (Kimmie) Falduto, her great-grandchildren Isabella and Alexander Falduto, and her siblings Virginia Mondale and Robert Aceto.
She was preceded in death by her parents, her former husband, her daughter Pauline Stokes and her siblings Vincent Aceto, Richard Aceto, Daniel Aceto, Dorothy Miller and Betty Lou Tishuk.