A man who served as a former Plano alderman, police commissioner and most recently the Little Rock Twp. Supervisor has passed away.
Frank Carreno III of Plano was 67 when he passed on Monday.
According to his obituary, Carreno worked and retired from Caterpillar in Montgomery. In public service, he served as an alderman and police commissioner with the City of Plano and also served as a trustee, clerk and most recently township supervisor for Little Rock Township.
Carreno is survived by several family members including his wife, children, brothers, sisters and others.
Visitation will be held on Friday from 4-8 p.m. at the Beverage Family Funeral Home in Sandwich.
You can view Carreno's full obituary, below:
Frank E. Carreno 67, of Plano passed away September 9, 2019 at University of Chicago. He was born September 4, 1952 in Brownsville, TX to the Late Francisco and Juana Carreno. Frank married his sweetheart Angie Ledesma on March 11, 1972 in Aurora, IL. they spent 47 happy years together. Frank worked and retired from Caterpillar in Montgomery, he served as an Alderman, Police commissioner with the City of Plano. He also served as trustee, clerk and most recently township supervisor for Little Rock Township.
He is survived by his loving wife Angie, Son; Ben ( Lori ) Carreno and Adam ( Melissa ) Carreno. 2 brothers; Tomas ( Carla ) Carreno and Juan ( Alma ) Carreno. 3 sisters; Celia Valle, Delia ( David ) Limon and Lydia ( Jesus ) Flores. Grandchildren Adam P. Carreno, Alaina Carreno and Alyssa Carreno and many nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his parents Juana and Francisco Carreno and sister Oralia Carreno Sanchez.
Visitation will be held September 13, 2019 from 4-8 p.m. at the Beverage Family Funeral Home 104 Terry St. sandwich, IL. www.beverage familyfh.com