Bio: Paronto, Arden (1875 – 19??)
Surnames: Paronto, Treu, Coye
---Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Paronto, Arden (6 August 1875 – 19??)
ARDEN PARONTO, owner and proprietor of a hardware store at Mosinee, Wis., secretary of the Mosinee Electric Light and Power Company and president of the Mosinee Telephone Company, was born at Stevens Point, Wis., August 6, 1875, a son of Alfred and Mary (Treu) Paronto. The father was born in Canada and the mother in Germany and they now live at Kelley, Marathon County, where he is a farmer.
Arden Paronto obtained his education in the public schools and for seven years afterward taught school, following which he was clerk in a general store at Mosinee for two years. In 1902 he embarked in the hardware business and in 1904 erected his brick building, and has a warehouse here and a second warehouse at the railroad, the dimensions of the latter being 20 x 130 feet. In politics he is nominally a Republican and has served as one of the village trustees.
Mr. Paronto was married September 4, 1902, to Miss Kittie Coye, who was born in New York, a daughter of Sylvester Coye. They attend the Episcopal Church. Mr. Paronto belongs to the Masons at Wausau, and to the M. W. A., the Fraternal Reserve Association, the E. F. U. and the Beavers at Mosinee.
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