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Aldo (Al) O. Mondin

Aldo Omar Mondin, II, 60, of DeBary, FL, formerly of Alton, IL, passed away on Thursday, August 18, 2011. He was born on May 21, 1951 in Atlanta, GA to parents Aldo and Donna Mondin.

Mr. Mondin honorably served his country in the United States Marine Corps. During his service he received a Rifle Marksman Badge, Good Conduct Medal and a National Defense Service Medal.

Aldo worked over 30 years in the medical equipment industry. Most recently he was Vice-President of Sales & Marketing for Platinum Medical Imaging. During his career he was the recipient of many awards in recognition of outstanding achievements in sales.

Mr. Mondin is preceded in death by his father, Aldo Mondin and step-father, Carl Beckman. He is survived by his mother, Donna Beckman; wife, Debbie Mondin; son, Aldo (A.J.) Mondin III; brothers, John (Kay) Mondin and Michael Mondin, Alton, IL; sisters, Cheryl (Loren) Darr, Medora, IL and Tamara (Terry) Taul, Godfrey, IL; step-sisters, LeeAnn Warner and Connie Fox, Shelbyville, IL; step-brother, Michael Beckman, Shelbyville, IL; brother-in-law, Donald (Renae) White, Godfrey, IL; sister-in-law, Kathy (Gary) Coombs, Wood River, IL and Judy Isom, Chester, IL and several nieces and nephews.

A funeral service will be held 12:00 pm, Friday August 26, 2011 at the Baldauff Funeral Home Chapel, 1233 Saxon Blvd., Orange City, FL with Reverend John Cassis officiating. The family will receive friends at 11:00 am until service time. Interment will immediately follow at Deltona Memorial Garden where military honors will be rendered.

A memorial service will be held in his honor 2:00 pm, Saturday September 10, 2011 at Godfrey First United Methodist Church, 1100 Airport Rd., Godfrey, IL. Pastor Don Long will officiate. Funeral services are under the care of Baldauff Family Funeral Home & Crematory, 1233 Saxon Blvd., Orange City, FL (386)775-2101.

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09/10/11 11:16 PM #1    

Norma Baron

 Words of Comfort from Al's Work Associate.


Aldo Mondin, 1951 - 2011

by Jeffrey Fall, President, Platinum Medical Imaging
On August 19, 2011 Aldo Mondin passed away at the age of 60 following a long illness. 

At all times, Al possessed a can-do, positive attitude he honed during his days in the United States Marine Corps. Al will be remembered by his friends at Platinum Medical Imaging for his infectious nature, his team spirit and his rare knowledge of sales and marketing as it related to the medical imaging industry. Al made important contributions to Platinum Medical Imaging and to all the places he worked in his career. 

While we are deeply saddened by his passing, and our hearts are heavy knowing his wife, Debbie, and son, A.J., will have some tough days ahead, we smile when we remember how he signed so many of his notes, simply as "Your Pal, Al." 

Jeff Fall is the president of Platinum Medical Imaging. 


Al at Work 



Aldo Mondin, 1951 - 2011
by Norma Baron on August 25, 2011

Al was a Classmate of mine in High School.  I now take care of
our High School Reunion website.   

While looking for word of Aldo's passing, I came across this
today.	I basically joined this site to post and thank a note to
Jeff Fall (President of Platinum Medical Imaging) for his direct
yet comforting words about Al's death.

Mr. Fall captured Al's personality completely and left you
smiling at the end.  His words would have been just how Al would
have handled had he been writing about another colleague  and
friend.  (Had that person had possessed Al's qualities. Al would
have found something positive about the person as you did.)

Although, I didn't know Al well, he made a point at our High
School 40th Reunion to thank me for the work on the website and
how much it meant to him.  He did confide to me in the
conversation that he was in for tests and how difficult it was
physically to make the trip to come home and see his classmates. 

I kept up with Al's "progress" through his younger brother, John.
 It was such a shock for our class and myself to hear of this

The obituary necessary for occasions such as this would not
suffice our class as an answer.  But, thanks to Jeffery Fall, I
can post Jeff's words that will give the essence of  "Our Pal

Thank you so much Jeff.  (You can see what a mess of lengthy
words I would have come up with and still not capture what you
did in painting Aldo Mondin II.)

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