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Arthur F. Sala

Arthur F. Sala, 75 of Streator passed away Monday (June 5th) at his home.

A visitation will be held Friday from 1:30 until 3:30 at the Winterrowd Funeral Home.  There will be no funeral services.  Burial will be in the Riverview Cemetery.

Serving as pallbearers will be great-nieces, Katelyn Sala-Hoiten, Kelsey and Kimberley Sala-Hamrick, nephews Kirk Pfalzgraf and Jack Sala and friend Melvin Hert.  Honorary pallbearer will be George Christoff.

Art was born on April 7, 1942 in Rockford to Harry A. and Pearl Frances (Hubbard) Sala.  He married Trudy Simons on June 2, 1965 in Peoria.  She preceded him in death on November 28, 2016.

He is survived by a sister-in-law Linda Johnson of Pecatonica, , niece, Laura Sala-Hamrick of Michigan, nephew Jack Sala  of Pecatonica, great-nieces, , Kelsey and Kimberley Sala-Hamrick, Katelyn Sala-Hoiten sister-in-law Pamela (Ron) Pfalzgraf of Streator, brother-in-law Rodney (Sheila) Simons of Odell.

Art is preceded in death by his parents, wife and a brother Jack.

He attended Streator High School and he owned and operated along with his wife the Loranne Studios for many years.   Art was best known as a school photographer, photographing hundreds of students as they progressed through school as well as a wedding photographer where he was responsible for making many wedding parties smile.

Memorials may be in his name to a charity of the donors choice.


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Guestbook

Dearest Art,
Thank you so much for all of the wonderful memories, laughs, and wise insights to life in central Illinois. You were there along with John and Marge Samek, Glen Clayburgh, Ralph Martin, Carl North, and of course my Dad all of those Friday nights at Dad's store Outdoor Sports, and those memories of good times have left a lasting impression on me that will not fade. I miss those times and I will miss you. Rest in peace. There's a fresh pot of coffee and some good friends waiting for you...

Eric Dickey Jun 8 2017 12:00 AM