Anita Steagall


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Posted Online: Sept. 24, 2011, 7:03 pm
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Please remember Anita L. Steagall, formerly of the Quad-Cities, who passed away on Sept. 8, 2011, in Bristol, Tenn., after a short illness.

No services were held. Memorials may be made to the Rock Island Police Benevolent Association.

Born in Moline, on Sept. 14, 1946, to Louise and Ora L. Quint Jr., she graduated from Rock Island High School in 1964. She worked at Bituminous Casualty and John Deere Plow/Planter Works. In 1975, Anita married Melvin Steagall. They later moved to Virginia.

Anita is survived by her mother, Louise, and sister, Viola Berg, both of Rock Island; nephews, Dan (Heather) Berg and Ben Berg; great-nephew, Brian. She was preceded in death by her husband; daughter, Laura Leigh; and her father.
















 



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