torious Service in Human Relations and Advance-
ment of Citizen Responsibility. In 1965, he was
named “outstanding Freshman Congressman” by
the Capitol Hill Young Democrats and back home
in Wyoming, he was given the title “Tutelary Saint”
by the Gottsche Rehabilitation Center in Thermop-
olis, he was so named because of the service he
had rendered to the Center’s development. This
year, 1966, Teno was named to lifetime membership
in the Officers Candidates Hall of Fame at Ft. Ben-
Most men begin to slow down a bit when they
reach age forty, not so Teno. He learned to ski
and to fly after that age. He is considered an ex-
cellent skier and holds a multi-engine flying rating.
It was also after age forty that Teno married. He
and his wife the former Cecelia Waters Domenico
have two sons, Teno Frank, 3 years old and John,
age two. Teno also has four foster children, Lou,
Carol, Joan and Dave Domenico.
Teno keeps fit “working out” in the Congres-
sional gymnasium. He enjoys playing tennis, swim-
ming and baseball. Gardening is another of his
pleasures and a small greenhouse at his home in
Cheyenne affords him many moments of satisfac-
The Roncalio family—L-R. Lou Domenico, Teno Frank,
Teno, Joan Domenico, Ceil with John, Carol Domenico. Not
pictured is Dave.
Mr. Roncalio is a charter member and an or-
ganizer of the Family YMCA at Cheyenne, of the
Cheyenne Symphony and Concert Association, mem-
ber of the Esther Morris Memorial Commission,
Southern Rocky Mountain Ski Association, Ameri-
can Bar Association, American Judicature Associa-
tion and Area President of the Lawyer-Pilots Asso-
As a former serviceman, Teno is a strong advo-
cate of the furlough rotation. He was one of a
Committee of Congressmen who recently visited
Viet Nam and reported his findings to the President
and to Congress. More than two pages of the CON-
GRESSIONAL RECORD (House) for July 12, 1966
are devoted to these findings.
Teno learned to fly after age forty holds a multi-engine
flying rating. This photo was taken hy Mike Leon, Story,
Wyom ing du ring Teno’s Congressional Campaign.
Teno inspects a rifle during his recent visit to troops
in Viet Nam.