Angelo Borne, 74, of Finleyville, died Sunday, April 13, 1997, in Jefferson Hospital, South Hills Health System.
He was born October 28, 1922, in Monongahela, a son of Samuel and Antonette Garla Buono.
Mr. Borne had worked as a corrections officer for Washington County, served as deputy game warden for the Pa. Game Commission for 42 years, and continued to serve as an instructor for hunter safety classes.
He served in the U.S. Marine Corps in the Asian-Pacific Theater of Operation in World War II.
Mr. Borne was a member and past commander of VFW Post 1409 of Monongahela, past commander of VFW District 24, a member of American Legion Post 302 of Monongahela, vice president of Finleyville Community Center, a member of Finleyville Goldenagers, Mon Valley Leathernecks and Peters Creek Historical Society.
He was Catholic.
Survivors are four sons, James A. of Belle Vernon, Michael of Finleyville, Raymond of McMurray and Robert at home; two daughters, Bobbie Sue Borne of Pittsburgh, and Susan Ianno of McMurray; three brothers, James Buono, Patsy Buono, both of Monongahela, and Michael Buono of Mt. Morris; a sister, Frances MacDowell of Anchorage, Alaska; and eight grandchildren.
Also surviving is Mary Sacco, of Finleyville, with whom he made his home.
Deceased are his wife, Suedel Rhoades Borne, who died June 29, 1992; a brother and a sister.