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Mary (Jerry) Munson posted on 9/27/22
Norm was always so helpful and kind to me when my family did business at D&H for many, many years. My deepest sympathies to Norm's family.
 

Kathi Michalej posted on 9/27/22
So sorry Terri and family. R.I.P. Frankie. Haven't seen you guys in forever, but remember Chuck and I hanging out with you 2, pre children , who have children of their own!!
 

Judy Rospenda posted on 9/26/22
My brothers and I grew up with Frank in Cicero. He graduated from St. Valentine's with my oldest brother from there in 1969. We are so sorry for your loss. The Rospenda Family
 

Shirley Luckey posted on 9/26/22
Gina, you and your family have my deepest condolences and I will keep you all in my prayers. May God be with you all at this sad time.
 

Angela Amendola posted on 9/26/22
So tragic and oh so young. May God's peace comfort the family.
 

Andrea Martens posted on 9/26/22
Frank was one of the nicest guys I've ever met. I talked to him everyday, and he was always raving about his family and how much he loved his wife. He was an incredibly hard worker and never ever complained. If I was crabby or sad he told me jokes, he was always smiling and there with advice, or to help anyone who needed it. He will be greatly missed by everyone who had the privilege to know him. I'm soo sorry to his family, and all of his friends. There is a special place in heaven for people like him. The world would be a much better place with MORE Frank's, not less.
 

Carl and Terry Piazza posted on 9/25/22
Frank has been my friend since we both ‘geeked out’ together fighting off our mutual claustrophobia in our full body scuba gear. From then on we were always scuba partners. Any activity he tried he was all in, and won many competitions in shooting, riding, skiing and drums. He was a talented musician and his band performed at many events. Everyone who knows Frank agrees there has never been a man who loved his family more or worked harder to see that they had everything he could provide for them. He was as generous to his friends. He embraced his Italian heritage, and took pride in serving his spaghetti sauce to his family and friends. You always knew you were welcome at Frank and Terri’s table. Frank was like a brother to me and I will miss him. He leaves a big hole in our hearts that will be hard to fill.
 

Judy Cluck posted on 9/25/22
I am so sorry for the loss of Uncle Norm. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. He was an incredible man that raised four beautiful children and left a legacy of wonderful grandchildren. May God be with you as you adjust to life without him here. Much love and hugs to the whole family. We love you.
 

Carol Horan posted on 9/25/22
I remember great family picnics with Norm’s family with my dad and Fran in Mendota, and also KC IV’s with the Schlesinger family in Plano and St. Charles when the kids were young. Norm & Diane raised 4 incredible children of whom they should be very proud. Norm made delicious deep fried turkeys for Thanksgiving! He made people smile with his stories! He was a hard working and dedicated servant of our Lord! Norm made a difference in the lives of so many and will be missed by all!
 

Scott McCallum posted on 9/25/22
Frank was an inspiration to anyone than met him. He was a great father and grandfather for and friend. The world was a better place with him in it. I am so incredibly sorry for his family.
 

Scott Andrew McCallum posted on 9/25/22
Frank was a man that we all should inspire to be like. He placed great emphasis on family - he raised great kids and was a loving person who was always ready for a laugh. The world has suffered a great loss with his passing and was better place with him in it.
 

Shirley Overton posted on 9/25/22
Mary you were such a precious woman who loved life and will miss you!
 

Matthew Burnburg posted on 9/24/22
Aunt Mary was a wonderful soul who was more of a mother to me than my own. I miss her for the rest of my life. She always thought of others first.
 

Cathy Burton Kirby posted on 9/23/22
Sending deepest condolences to the Stofflet family from the Gordon and Audey Burton family of Beaver Dam. I am their daughter Cathy and remember Rita well from her time in Florida at Avon Park. My folks lived just a few doors down from her for years. She and my mom had lots of laughs together, enjoyed spending time together and were good friends. When I would visit them down there, a visit with Rita was always on the agenda. She was such a fun, caring, wonderful person! Loved her quick wit and all her stories. My mom, Audrey, passed away 4 years ago but Dad is still around, at age 97, and he commented that she will beat "the old gang" from Avon Park, living to be 101, something I think Rita would be proud of......
 

Kristi(Rissman)Olson posted on 9/23/22
Mary was truly a woman of Faith. This was evident in all she did for her family and for others! Her 'shining light' will be missed here on earth but she'll forever be in our hearts. Prayers for her family & God's continued blessings.
 

Ray Petrone posted on 9/22/22
I've searched for years to find my former roommate in the U.S. Air Force. Very sad to find Len through an obituary. He was the kind of person you don't forget with, yes, a great big smile and a quick wit. I can relate to the comments about Len being a "handyman" and "fussy". I guess we both picked that up in the Air Force. We worked together on his 1955 Chevy and even repainted it at the base facility. What great times! Miss you very much, buddy. May you rest in peace in the hands of God.
 

Vicky posted on 9/21/22
So many good memories. Your eyes will always make you "Richard" Gere to me. You were always kind and will be loved and missed forever. ❤️ Fish on ....
 

 
Cheryl L Brooks posted on 9/21/22
Dad, You are missed more than you know and loved beyond measure. Remembering you and all that you were to our family and praying that you are now reunited with those that went before you to their heavenly home. God bless and keep you until we meet again, Scott, Cherrie and Jenni
 

 
Cyndie L Hinds posted on 9/20/22
May you rest in peace and watch over Rose. My prayers are with you and you family.
 

Steve Lewis posted on 9/20/22
I have so many wonderful memories of times with the Howell family, and it is with great sadness to hear that Jim has passed. My brother Ray sent me the sad news, and I wanted to reach out to all the Howell family, and extend my deepest and heartfelt sympathies. Sincerely, with love Steve Lewis
 

Ron & Bonnie Bauer posted on 9/20/22
Larry was a very likable person and we had many wonderful "over the fence" conversations together when we were neighbors in Sheridan. It was amusing to watch him & Juanita mowing the lawn together. He was a caring person & we truly missed them when they moved. He had a beautiful smile and a twinkle in his eyes to match. So glad he is at peace now and is with his lifelong love. Rest in peace & God bless.
 

Scott Peterson posted on 9/20/22
Sorry for your loss. Prayers for all.
 

Alice Bogle posted on 9/20/22
My fondest memories of Peter were his pictures of his car collections but especially his jokes. I will miss all his great stories,
 

 
Becky Shuck posted on 9/20/22
Remember all those years of going back for family reunions. Getting to see everyone and visiting at everyone's home. Picking corn until a snake was seen. The train ride at the park. Love all of you and Uncle Paul please give my love to my mom and dad.
 

sheila Wappler posted on 9/20/22
Barb - You are both loved by many. Dropping Nana Ruthie Macdonald off in the woods is a memory my daughter talks of often. You both are great friends. And i know are missed by many.
 

Richard Fontagneres posted on 9/20/22
So sorry to hear of your loss. Pete was one of a kind. I will call Bob this morning.
 

Bill meredith posted on 9/20/22
So sorry hope we can make it Sunday
 

Henry Kroll posted on 9/20/22
What a great Man. So sorry for your loss.
 

Meaghan McCasland posted on 9/19/22
Thinking of your family my condolences ❤️
 

Ann Straub posted on 9/19/22
Lisa - My deepest condolences on the loss of your father. Praying for healing in this difficult time. ❤️ Ann Straub
 

Tanya Hackler (cruise bartender) posted on 9/19/22
Matt and Harley, So sorry to read this, he was so full of life all the time, taken way too soon. My thoughts and love are with you guys!
 

Melody Gatrel posted on 9/19/22
Oh Michael....you were always so caring and protective. I'm so sorry for all of the pain and suffering that you had to endure. You will always be remembered and missed. Rest in peace with your family. Love ya Cuz
 

Melody Gatrel posted on 9/19/22
What a wonderful Kindergarten teacher, and wonderful woman. You made a positive impact on my life, and so many others. You will always be remembered and missed. Rest in peace Mrs. Sheahan
 

Nyla Hunt posted on 9/18/22
So sorry to hear of Lucky's passing, but now he is reunited with Jodie. Many fond memories of times spent with both of them. They were a wonderful couple and he will be missed by many.
 

Wilma Holstein posted on 9/17/22
I knew Rita throughout the '60's in Williams Bay - during which Rita became a wonderful friend. When we were "newcomers," she helped me fit into the town and the Church while we were living in what was then known as College Camp. Our four-family group was fun and our family loved when we got together. It made Williams Bay our favorite place to live--we moved a few times. I am the last of the four-group adults and I have great memories of Rita and the Stofflet family. Our loving sympathy to the Stofflet family. The Holsteins--Wilma-Steve-Alan
 

Lisa McDade posted on 9/17/22
I just saw Audrey's obituary in the Janesville Gazette. I worked with Audrey for several years before she retired from Kerry Ingredients. Although our age difference was greater than 30 years, she was one of my favorite co-workers! We had so much fun and shared so many laughs!!! I loved her stories about her kids (yes she said they were truly the best kids!) and her stories about sledding with her grandkids. I also loved her love of Leroy. She kept meticulous payroll records for Kerry, all done by hand in pencil! She wasn't loving the new technology! Audrey was simply the best!! The perfect mix of sweet, strong, determined, and fun!! She made a lifelong impression on me, and I cherished the friendship we had long after she retired. We kept in touch through Christmas cards every year. She truly was one of the good ones who made a difference in the lives of many.
 

Roger Radebaughj posted on 9/17/22
I was so incredibly soory to learn of Tom's passing. He was an amazing man, worked with him for a yeat at Big Foot County Club., always ap[preciaed his smile and laugh. He deiinitelywill be greatly misssed.
 

Dorothy Lockard posted on 9/17/22
My deepest sympathy to Grace's Family. She was such a beautiful lady full of smiles. She used to attend our salad luncheons and advent teas with the Waterman Girls at St. John's Creston. I would also see her at bingo and enjoyed her presence where ever she was. God's Blessings!
 

 
JEFFREY WESEMAN posted on 9/17/22
R.I.P.
 

 
DARRYL DAVIS posted on 9/16/22
SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT THIS. I'M EVEN MORE SORRY I NEVER MET HER PERSONALLY BECAUSE I THINK US TWO PUNSTOERS WOULD GET ALONG GREAT! I SEND MY DEEPEST CONDOLANCES TO JOHN STOFFLETT, HIS FAMILY, RELATIVES, FRIENDS, OTHERS WHO HAVE KNOWN RITA STOFFLETT. REST IN PEACE. WELL DONE MY MIGHTY FAITHFUL WARRIOR. NOW GO TAKE YOUR PLACE AMONGST THE WORLD OF FAITHFUL WARRIORS. HOPEFULLY WE WILL MEET SOMEDAY. DARRYL DAVIS
 

 
Stanley Angell posted on 9/16/22
Rita,; Surely God is getting an Angel with big wings to continue your work of kindness. Thanks so much for all you and your husband, John Stofflet Superintendent, did for me as principal of Kromery Middle Scchool.Stan Angell
 

Diane Settlemires posted on 9/15/22
Our deepest sympathies to the Erickson family Prayers for comfort and peace Ken and Diane Settlemires
 

April Forsythe posted on 9/15/22
My sympathy to the Stofflet family. I really enjoyed your mom Rita. She was such a great loving lady. She sure knew how to make a person smile. A day never went by that I had told her how cute she was. She has such a wonderful family. I sure enjoyed seeing the family ever time you would come to visit. April Forsythe
 

Natalie Long posted on 9/15/22
My dearest condolences to the Stofflet family. Rita was a classy lady, sincere, thoughtful in many ways. She never had a bad word on nobody, I surely enjoyed taking care of her when I worked in Golden Years in Walworth. Truly a gem, was always happy to see me come in and see her. Very witty with her words, always made me laugh ( even when I had a bad day). When it was my last day of work, I told her that I had to retire, " she said: Your leaving us????? This place won't be the same. I kept my promise to see her after I left, until Covid hit, UGH!!! The Last time I saw her she didn't remember, than I knew that wasn't her anymore. Thankyou for giving me the opportunity to take care of her, it was a honor and privilege to do so. Love you all. My deepest sympathy.
 

Jodie Porep posted on 9/15/22
Our thoughts and prayers are with Susan and the whole Howell family at this time. James and Jodie Porep, Jacob Porep and family, Stephanie Porep and family
 

 
Brandy Rouse- Haseman posted on 9/15/22
Gracie would always say “I’m here” when I would say “how are you Gracie?”
 

Brandy Rouse - Haseman posted on 9/15/22
I met grace (Gracie) at prairie supportive living. I currently work as a cook there. Grace came down every morning for breakfast lunch and dinner. I would always get her hot chocolate or chocolate milk. I would ask her what she would like for breakfast and she would wave her hand and say “ahhhh whatever” lol so I always knew what she liked. When I would say good morning she would always respond with a “howdy doody” or a thumbs up. I remember one day I dropped a butter knife on the floor from her plate and she said “ohhh u have company coming and it’s a man” I asked her what she meant and she explained to me that a knife means a man, a fork means a woman, and a spoon means a child. Every since she left to go to franklin grove I have been dropping silverware all the time and I always say “there’s grace telling me I have company coming” I asked the staff everyday for an update on Gracie and I knew she was going to come back but then I heard the news of her passing and I was so sad. I look at her chair everyday and miss her. She was 99 but so funny and she was a strong woman! She was one of a kind and is missed!
 

Michael V COURT posted on 9/14/22
John So Sorry for your loss I may not have known your mom that well but from what I am reading in this Obituary I would have loved to have known her better very good touch with the humorous obituary it literally had me laughing so hard. Your mother had the same sense of humor that my granny had but my granny would say it with the western mountain girl accent and attitude your mom would have loved her, any Rest Easy Mrs. Stofflet you earned it prayers to you John and all of your family
 

Rita Hawk posted on 9/14/22
Sincere condolences for the entire family... but what an amazing woman, what a firecracker! Legend in life and I know who she's hanging with in heaven right now, and I think they had a heck of a welcome party for her. When I was younger our families did "round robins" on New Years Eve and I'm sure all of them are happy to see her again. I'm pretty sure I was named after her, so as her namesake, I will try to keep that Rita humor going on this end.
 

Sandy Rowin posted on 9/14/22
Thoughts and prayers to you and your family. What a wonderful tribute to such a wonderful lady. I never met Rita only thru posts her son posted on facebook when he would visit which was often. I was very lucky to hear the humor in your son's posts and see how much you adored him. Rita you will be missed by many. May God hold you in his arms and you will be everyone's Heavenly Angel.
 

Gloria Tyler posted on 9/14/22
I met Grace in a bowling league in Waterman. She was such a neat lady! Over the years I’d see her at community events and at Hardware Hank in Shabbona. She always had a beautiful smile on her face! My condolences to her family. Rest In Peace Grace.
 

 
Holli Petersen posted on 9/13/22
Grace always had a smile to share!
 

Julie koch posted on 9/13/22
I am the activity director at Prairie Crossing Supportive Living. I can’t tell you how much we will miss our Gracie. She came to all the activities and was a special part our our family here. My deepest sympathies to you all.
 

Maureen (Farrell) Navadomskis posted on 9/13/22
So sorry to hear about Mrs Steinwart's passing. The things that I learned, the experiences that I had, the friends that I made back in my Geneva DQ days have shaped so much of who I am today. She was a great teacher and boss for the whole DQ Crew for so many years
 

 
Debbie Hartwig posted on 9/11/22
May you be reunited with your husband Robert. And you both will shine looking upon your wonderful children Bobby and Sue !
 

 
Debbie Hartwig posted on 9/11/22
Sue and I were grade school friends. There were many times when I was welcomed into the Ghesquiere home for lunch. Her mom was a sweet warm loving lady. She was adorable because she dressed up each and every day. She always had her make up done - hair styled and dressed to the tee. Her dad was equally sweet. He bought us both a 45 record when his mom passed away. They took me with on vacation to Lake Geneva which was a huge treat for me. Bobby was as sweet as can be as a big brother. Sue idolized him. I know how difficfult is to lose someone you love. The pain seems intorable ~ and you just want it to go away. I lost both my mom and dad well over 30 years ago.... I didnt thnk I would survive. Each day was a challenge. Your parents have given you the strength to move forward. They will watch you and be so proud of you as you continue on. Sue you got this..... so much love to you !!! Debbie Hartwig
 

JAMES B MASON posted on 9/11/22
He was a good man. Sorry for your Lost. Love Jim & Sandy Mason
 

Glen & Tina Parks posted on 9/9/22
Rose and Family Please accept our deepest sympathy on your loss. Mike was such a great partner when it came to ushering the 10:00 mass at St. Johns. He was always willing to cover my shift every time a Boy Scout trip interfered with my schedule to usher. A great man. A true friend in deed. Rest well my friend
 

Terry and Betsy posted on 9/9/22
Our heartfelt sympathy to Tom's family, Gail, Tom and Chris. The world has lost a kind and giving man. Rip Tom, you have earned it.
 

Brian Karcher posted on 9/8/22
Sorry to hear that Tom passed
 

Richard Dangerfield posted on 9/8/22
My Condolences to the Family I was in High School with he was one heck of man
 

Bill Himpler posted on 9/6/22
My heart and prayers go out to my dear cousins and the entire Hickey family. Despite his tough guy image, my Godfather always let his guard down just long enough to expose his playful side and let you know that he cared about you and your family. i really enjoyed the visits we had in Wisconsin and in Florida. I miss his hearty laugh already. May you rest in peace Uncle Bernie and may Perpetual Light shine upon you always.
 

Stacy Gallagher posted on 9/6/22
Rest In Peace Darrell. Prayers to the family, I always enjoyed visiting with him (at his least favorite place to be) :)
 

Nick beaudin posted on 9/6/22
Rip del
 

Michael Neagle posted on 9/4/22
Sorry for the loss of my uncle Jim, We did not know of his passing. Could someone give us a contact number to family members. David Pfister? Thank You
 

Michael Neagle posted on 9/4/22
Sorry for the loss of my uncle Jim. We didn't know about him passing. If possible could someone contact us? Thank You
 

Maureen Gerrity posted on 9/2/22
Dear Sue, Doug, and Family, So sorry I missed the services for Phyllis. On behalf of the residents and staff of Barb City Manor, please accept our heartfelt sympathies in your loss. Phyllis had many friends here and she will be missed by us all! You are in our thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Maureen Gerrity
 

Larry Ellis posted on 9/2/22
I am so sorry for your loss. I remember our moms dropping us off at Delavan Lake (we didn’t have our driving licenses yet) to fish for bullheads and carp. Chuck had a bobber that would whistle when he got a bite while we listened to his Cubs on the transistor radio.
 

Richard & Barbara Holland posted on 9/1/22
We share the loss of an old friend; our condolences to her family.
 

Wendy posted on 8/30/22
Sorry for your loss. Praying for all those affected by this loss and may you find peace !
 

Judy Chlupsa posted on 8/30/22
Wow Miss Phyllis 102!! Good for you, rest in peace my friend.
 

Peggy Buckle posted on 8/30/22
Sending you all our sincere sympathies. Fond memories of a few parties together. You will be remembered in our prayers. Bob and Peggy Buckle
 

Phyllis Miller posted on 8/26/22
Condolences to family and friends. Edward would always tease me about Seahawks and mariners and would always like my posts. We didn't always agree on politics but that really didn't matter. He was a good Facebook friend and wis missed already.
 

Connie Bader posted on 8/26/22
I did not know Ed well but for the time I knew him I found him to be a gentle, quiet man who enjoyed sports and had a smile for people. He was a caring person and was faithful to those he loved. May your memories of him bring a smile to your face. So sorry
 

Rosie Tholl posted on 8/23/22
Lu and family, I am so truly saddened by Dave's passing. I'm sure your family is giving you good support and help during these difficult days and times right now. You have always shown your strength, though, when it's needed the most, so I'm sure you'll be a comfort to your family as much as they are to you. You're in my thoughts and prayers, and I know you know that when I say I know what you're going through, you understand. You are loved by many, including me.
 

Chris posted on 8/22/22
Miss you baby
 

Barb Clavette posted on 8/21/22
She was an amazing aunt, mother And grandma. She will be missed By all but she had a wonderful life love to all my cousins wish I could be there
 

 
Laura posted on 8/20/22
Luanne and family my deepest condolences to all of you. Dave was such a great guy with a wonderful sense of humor,and always a smile. He will be remembered always and forever in our hearts. May God give you all comfort and strength during this time of loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Laura Allen
 

John Gilbreth posted on 8/19/22
Praise God for the care her great Daughter Linn provided for her mother. They are both great people, and will, one day be reunited in eternity in the presence of our Lord. Linn, our whole family loves you, and will always love you. God is smiling down on you. Love you always. The Gilbreths
 

 
Larry Whitfield posted on 8/19/22
I remember Doug from high school and he was a really nice, gentle person I was proud to know. I remember him and Boots fondly.
 

Barbara McCarty posted on 8/19/22
My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Love and prayers
 

 
Mrs Donna McGinnis posted on 8/18/22
May this candle burn brightly in memory of a wonderful human being.
 

Mrs Donna McGinnis posted on 8/18/22
Dearest Angie, Tanya, Matt, Harley and family, my most sincere condolences. I’m so sorry for your loss. Trever was a kind, loving and such a good person. He will truly be missed! Heaven just got another Angel!
 

Deb Walker posted on 8/18/22
Grace was a very very special Lady. She was so proud of all her family and her love for them knew no bounds. She will be in many hearts (including mine) until we meet again. To Nardy and the rest of the family I send my condolences. Remember the good times and smile...she will be smiling with you. Love to ALL.
 

Ila Mittan posted on 8/18/22
Kim, I am so about your Grandma but if she was anything like you I am sure she is happy to be with her family right now. Love you, Ila
 

JOHN DUNCAN posted on 8/18/22
Dave Erickson was a second father to me always there when i needed to talk. From camping in the old truck camper to arm wrestling in the kitchen after a few barley pops. He was a great role model and friend to me and i will always remember the good times with the Erickson family.
 

 
Carolyn A. Warfield posted on 8/16/22
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Bob. May he rest in peace with God.
 

Suzanne Jenkins posted on 8/16/22
Heather, so sorry for your loss. I know your dad meant the world to you and your family.
 

Carolyn Kuphal posted on 8/16/22
Ruth will be remembered always❤️ I feel very blessed to have been part of her care team. Her smile always so beautiful! She was loved by many❤️
 

Nancy posted on 8/15/22
Our deepest condolences Dr.Meschi and staff Rush Copley
 

 
Karen Zagurski posted on 8/15/22
My sincere condolences to Roger’s family. I worked for Roger many years ago at Allied Van Lines. He was such a kind, caring and compassionate being. Thoughts and prayers are being sent. Karen
 

Jeralyn Webber posted on 8/15/22
So sorry for your loss. Jack was the sweetest man I’ve ever met .
 

Cecelia (Vail) Perry posted on 8/15/22
Our family lived next door, many memories, fun times. I remember Ruth as a very loving mother to her children and the neighborhood. Vails and the Stellings were great neighbors.
 

Carol Egenes posted on 8/14/22
Many blessing to Ruth and her family at this time. I met Ruth at St Benedict's Parish about 2003 or so, and worked with her on a worship committee. I enjoyed her so much and loved her honest nature. God Bless Ruth and her family.
 

Kimberlee Clark posted on 8/13/22
I worked with Roger at three different companies and was always happy to walk into work when he was there. From the first day I met him I felt the gentleness of his soul. The first company we were together, even though he was brand new to our division, this gentleness was obvious. The company had just decided to start layoffs, and even though he had not made the decisions, and did not know any of us, he compassionately sat with each person being laid off,to tell them and provide them with encouragement for the future. Others would have just let Human Resources hand over the pink slip but Roger was the new man in charge and he took the burden on his shoulders. I had the pleasure of continuing to work with him twice more and never regretted following him when he asked me to. I first knew him as a co-worker but in a short time knew him as a dear friend. He was always caring and thoughtful in all aspects of his life and considered others before himself. We shared weddings and joyful moments, as well as funerals and very sad times. He considered all of us, and everyone he knew, as family. He counseled us about personal things when we had troubles of our own. I will never forget Roger Brooks, or all the ways he impacted me over the time I had the honor of knowing him. I will always think of him with a smile on my face and with warmth in my heart. God bless you, Roger, for being such an amazing person all your life.
 

Linda Kaszubowski posted on 8/13/22
I want to say goodbye to my-dear friend,coworker, boss, mentor. You always believed in me and took me farther than I could ever gone without you in my life. Sorry we didn’t get to talk last Christmas when we exchange cards. I would’ve loved to hear your voice. I have very happy, fond memories of our times together at Allied Van lines and beyond. A man with a kind soul, love for his family and his beautiful dog. I hope Heaven brings you everything you imagined throughout your Christian life. May you rest in heaven ROGER and find eternity with your beloved family and our dear Lord. Amen
 

Alice Roberts posted on 8/13/22
Fly high my friend ! We made so many memories racing our kids snd racing horses..the night Cash was born was by far the w7dest. My favorite was I always new I would get a message from you on my birthday saying ha ha I was older than you. And on yours I would get to sat ja ha your old now to. Have peace knowing you did an awesome job racing Gail ,Dre & Cash . You should be very proud of them. Have fun in heaven hug some necks for me .I'll see you again my friend !!!!
 

Nick beaudin posted on 8/13/22
Rip bob I enjoyed talking with you when I worked at the church
 

Three Oaks Hospice posted on 8/12/22
The Three Oaks hospice teams offers our sincere condolences to William’s family and friends.  We are honored that we could provide care and companionship to William and his family on his final journey. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
 

Dan and Debbie Allison posted on 8/12/22
Keith, Gale, Cash, Smith Family, So sorry for your loss God Bless. XXX
 

Michael E Brooke posted on 8/12/22
Both Audrey, and my late wife Donna, worked under Pastor Mark at Christ Lutheran. At Christmas time, as a sign of appreciation, each received thank you cards for their volunteer work. Sometimes cannisters of homemade cookies were included. I remember one year, Donna's thank you card contained an Abbey gift card inside. However, the gift card was made out to Audrey. Likewise, Audrey's thank you card contained an Abbey gift card made out to Donna. The two ladies solved the mix up by arranging a double date for brunch at the Abbey. We doubled a couple years in a row and always had the time of our lives. Audrey was a very sweet, kind, and smart Lady. She will be greatly missed. I know someday, I will be blessed to join Audrey, LeRoy, and Donna, for brunch once again, just, beyond, our sight.
 

 
Bobbi (Clark) Tangorra posted on 8/10/22
Oh, my old neighbor. You and your family were such a great part of our time living by each other. It was always nice running into you at Walmart and catching up on our families. You will be missed, but memories of you will help fill the void. Hugs and prayers to your family. We will see each other again
 

 
Candy Bednar posted on 8/10/22
Dearest dad, You will always be with me. I will never stop loving you. Your kind eyes and gigantic heart will stay with me. I have always been so blessed and proud to be able to call you my dad. You never let me down. I know you are in heaven and I now have another angel watching over me.I love you more than the moon and the stars. Your daughter Candy
 

Bult Family posted on 8/9/22
Sorry for the loss of your father and grandfather. Our deepest sympathy. The Bult Family
 

Janice Otto posted on 8/9/22
Doreen was a wonderful co-worker for many years at NWCH. She always had a smile for everyone and never an angry word.She will be missed by her many family and friends and everyone whose life she touched.
 

Janice Otto posted on 8/9/22
Doreen was a wonderful co-worker at NWCH, always a smile and never an angry word.She will be missed by everyones life that she touched.My sincere sympathies to her many family members and friends who will miss her and carry her memories with them forever.
 

 
deborah Anderson posted on 8/8/22
You Will Be MISSED God Speed
 

mary alberts-kooi posted on 8/7/22
Rest in Peace Doreen. My sincere sympathy, thoughts and prayers go out to your husband Mike, son Dax and the rest of your family. You will be missed.
 

 
mary alberts-kooi posted on 8/7/22
Rest in Peace Doreen. My sincere sympathy and prayers go out to your husband Mike,son Dax, and the rest of your family. You will be missed.
 

Rob Jantz posted on 8/6/22
My sister, Doreen, was the most fun person I've ever known. My family and I will do our best to carry on, but our 'get togethers' will never be the same. We all feel a huge loss right now and that is because she touched each of us so deeply. May we all live life as zestfully as she did.
 

Tyler Baram and Baram Family posted on 8/6/22
We are so sorry for your loss. We are thinking of you and your family. Sending love and prayers. The Baram Family
 

Adrienne Martinez posted on 8/5/22
I can remember the first day I met Doreen at work and the first day we walked in to work together. Right away she greeted me and was so warm. She had a welcoming spirit and an inviting smile. She gains your trust instantly and I'll miss connecting with her on the day to day and just talking with her.
 

Linda Mason posted on 8/5/22
Jerre and family, our deepest condolences in the passing of Marty. Reading it in our paper brought back so many memories, you have no idea. I remember staying at your home when our son Scott had an appointment at Schriners’ Hospital in Chicago. Marty led us most of the way so we didn’t get lost. Oh so many memories also with the Olson family. I pray you and your family are well. I also pray memories of Marty help carry you through this sorrowful time. In Christ’s Love, Linda and Dave Mason, 825 S 18th St, Escanaba, MI. 49829
 

 
Kimberly Berland posted on 8/5/22
Such a wonderful lady, always a smile on her face and willing to always listen to our complaints even with all her own issues going on. I will sadly miss her.
 

Christopher McCowan posted on 8/5/22
Marty will be missed amongst the rank and file of NAPA/GPC no doubt. Always pleasant, easy-going and never without that ladder. Maybe Marty's climbing his way to Heaven a bit faster. Marty was a friend and trusted work companion.
 

carol sayen derouin posted on 8/5/22
So sorry to hear of Marty's passing. We were classmates at St. Joes and Holy Name.
 

Karen Eissler posted on 8/4/22
To my sister Therese and her beautiful daughters Laine and Nell.You all were the joy of Jeff’s life. He told me several times , that he was the luckiest man in the world because he was blessed with the three of you.Bill and I will miss Jeff. We do know one day we will all see each other again. With Heartfelt Sympathy, Love Always, Karen and Bill
 

Donna Akers posted on 8/4/22
Sorry for your. Marty was always so nice to all of at NAPA DC.
 

 
Sara Andrus posted on 8/4/22
I am the Administrator for Sharon School and Audrey was an absolute joy to have as a neighbor. We would say hello to her and wave almost every day and she would come over and chat with our office staff. She was always kind and funny! We are certainly going to miss her. She was a one of a kind person.
 

Christine Witherill posted on 8/4/22
Steve was a great brother-in-law to me. He was always full of fun and was willing to have me tag along although I am sure it was a pain and cramped his style. Thanks to him I got the opportunity to do fun things like go to Six Flags, the Milwaukee Zoo, miniature golf--all things I wouldn't have been able to do if he hadn't taken me along. He helped my dad out on the farm when he could--especially with the not-so-fun job of baling hay. He was willing to play board games like Sorry!, Life, and Clue. He put up with receiving my "art work" with good humor--even when he was the subject. As an adult I have come to appreciate his service both as an active Marine in Viet Nam and his post-war service in the VFW. Finally, I appreciate he had two great daughters who are like sisters to me. I hope he has found well-deserved peace.
 

Alicia posted on 8/4/22
I didn't know you, but I know your daughter Jen, and Jen is amazing. So I have to believe you were also amazing. May you Rest In Peace.
 

Gary and Willa Bretthauer posted on 8/4/22
Dan, sorry to learn of Del,s passing. It seems like yesterday that we were we welcoming you and Del to Kendall County. Time sure flies .Always remember the good times.
 

LaDonna DeVine posted on 8/4/22
I loved Doris! The first time I saw her was when she was pregnant with Dennis. She was at our house talking to Mom about babysitting. I thought she was the most beautiful woman I’d ever seen because of her eyes! That was over 50 years ago and families remained connected. Doris was a devoted friend when Charlotte Walther needed so much help at the end of her life. I’m not sure I thanked her, and if I did it wasn’t enough! I will miss Doris but I’m sure she is at peace.
 

Candy (Yerk) & Ted Koelling posted on 8/4/22
We are sorry to hear the passing of Doris. Our thoughts and prayers are with all. As days go by, may your sorrows turn into happy memories. Sorry we aren’t able to come. Hugs
 

Ed & Wendy Nowak posted on 8/4/22
Therese, Laine and Nell; Ed and I are so sorry for your loss. I remember you guys from the first time we brought our twin baby girls to church at St Bens (one week old) and you introduced yourselves to us as "twin parents". I felt the connection and comfort. Thank you. I am sure Jeff will watch down on you and your families and continue to guide you along the way. May good memories and God's love help ease the pain of your loss. Ed and Wendy Nowak
 

Christine Lentz posted on 8/3/22
Curtis family, I am so very sad to hear about Jeff’s passing. He was such a kind man. I will never forget our layover in Paris over New Years Eve 2015. What a wonderful time. He will be missed. Love and prayers to you all Christine and Jim Lentz
 

Fran Ehredt & Family posted on 8/3/22
To The Reedy and McCaffrey family. We are truly sorry for the loss of Del. I'm so glad over the years my whole family had the pleasure of getting to know Del. Our deep friendship with the Leviton family is our connections. She has always been a kind and gentle soul. So many found memory's over the years. May your happy memories give you peace and comfort during this challenging time. We wish we could have been there today. Just know your all in our prayers. Fran Al Ehredt
 

Peggy Lindquist posted on 8/3/22
So many times I would call Therese on their landline (no cell phones yet) and Jeff would answer, “Yello” instead of “Hello”. Hi Peggy, how are you? How’s Dennis and the boys etc” 30 minutes later Therese would come to the phone and wonder who Jeff was talking to? He was always genuinely interested in listening…
 

Peggy Lindquist posted on 8/3/22
So many fun memories of calling Therese on landline (no cell phones yet)…Jeff answering “Yello” (instead of “Hello”) “Hi Peggy, Therese isn’t here right now, I will let her know you called. How are you? How is Dennis? How are the boys? He was always genuinely interested in listening ….30 minutes later Jeff and I would complete a conversation like no other!” I never needed to talk to Therese after that.
 

Nani Lovell posted on 8/3/22
Therese, So very sorry about Jeff passing this week. May you and your family find peace at this difficult time.
 

Mary Umans posted on 8/3/22
Therese, much love to you and your family. You have been such a wonderful support and helper throughout Jeff's journey. Love Mary
 

Sherry Crose posted on 8/3/22
On behalf of the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels, the Order offers its deepest condolences and is proud of a life well lived by Colonel Beckway. Sherry Crose, Executive Director Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels
 

 
Orson and Cindy posted on 8/2/22
Orson and I send our condolences as we both know the loss you’re going through. May the peace that passes our human understanding be with you, now and always, as you honor Doris and share memories of what a great lady she was and the positive impact she made.
 

Mark Bruckner posted on 8/2/22
Kurt, sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family. We love and miss you. Mark and Rose Bruckner
 

 
Mark Bruckner posted on 8/2/22
Sorry for you loss. Are thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love, Mark and Rose Bruckner
 

Lyn Fadden posted on 8/2/22
My deepest sympathy for your loss. May you find peace in the memories. Lyn Fadden (formerly Johnson).
 

 
Lauren posted on 8/2/22
You will be missed, Uncle Jeff. Forever loving you.
 

 
Gail E. Avgeris posted on 8/2/22
Jeff always had the greatest sense of humor! I had the pleasure of being with him on several ski trips to Snowmass. One time he came flying out of the trees going really fast downhill with a huge branch in his mouth! No one could stop laughing! I know his sense of humor and his many traditions will be shared by his family and friends for many years to come.
 

MaryAnn Curtis posted on 8/2/22
Jeff was very loved, and will be missed by many. He is at peace now. Our thoughts and our sympathy are with his wonderful family. May his memory be eternal Love. Cousin MaryAnn Curtis
 

 
Jordyn posted on 8/2/22
You were always so gentle and loving to those around you, fiercely passionate about those you love, and unfailingly kind to every living thing on this earth. I know that you're happy up in heaven with all those you've loved who've gone before you, especially Liz. I will never stop thinking about your bright smile and the twinkle in your eye. I love you more than the moon and the stars.
 

Tim Bliss posted on 8/2/22
What a gem in the ruff, God's best example of a life well lived in his footsteps. Audrey was always giving, smiling, loving and caring. Biggest accomplishment raising her wonderful children and grandchildren. I feel so privileged to have had Audrey and Leroy in my life. We laughed, cried and enjoyed each other's company greatly. My favorite. I'll miss them greatly, and I learned so much from them about faith, kindness and love. Audrey was talented beyond words. I was at the receiving end of her bakery skills and wow! So loving, giving all of God's gift displayed daily through Audrey's personality. Thank you Audrey, Queen in so many ways! An example to all on how we should all share our love with each other. She left behind her kids and grandkids-as she said the best in the world and it's true. Whoever wrote her obituary, reflected all the above. What a testament to her. Love ya Audrey!
 

Mindy and Katharine Baumann posted on 8/2/22
Candy and family, Very sorry to hear about your dad’s passing. We am sending our love and prayers, thinking of you.
 

Steve and Debbie Wall posted on 8/2/22
Dan, we are so sorry to hear about Del. She was always the life of the party, full of energy, smiles, and laughter. Del's passing brings back wonderful memories of the many good times we experienced with the Reedy's. Many I wouldn't want to put into print. Our prayers and condolences are with you and the kids in the days ahead.
 

Lisa dufour derus posted on 8/2/22
Rip uncle Marty, you will be sadly missed. Heaven is gaining another beautiful angel.
 

Paul gayeff posted on 8/1/22
Bye Marty see you on the other side some day the fun we had memories that live on and on I’ll miss ya
 

Karen S Bluhm posted on 8/1/22
Sending my deepest sympathy to you and your family Therese. I will hold you all in my prayers. Love and blessings, Karen and Jeff Bluhm
 

Sue Johnson posted on 8/1/22
We are so deeply sorry to hear about Adele passing away. We didn't know her. Sounds like she was a wonderful lady. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Sincerely-Vernon and Sue Johnson.
 

Suellen Reeder posted on 7/31/22
Dan, we were so sorry to hear about Del’s passing but know she is finally at peace and out of pain. We’re thinking of you and your family and know our prayers our with you. Love, Jim “Squirrel” & Suellen Reeder
 

Mary W, RN posted on 7/31/22
It was an honor to care for you. You taught me so much during our visits. You will be missed by many but I know you will watch down on your family, friends, and your team. Rest in peace.
 

Marge Overlot posted on 7/31/22
Del was the best teacher I ever taught with. Her determination, personality, love of teaching, sharing ideas, ... just everything was delightful. I remember when she first got pregnant how happy and excited she was. On the front of a shirt she wore was the word 'BABY.' And for reasons no one would understand with the exception of the teachers she taught with, she wore that shirt a lot of times, even washing it in the evening and wearing it the next day. She had amazing ideas, and had the courage to bring the ideas to light. She loved her husband and shared stories with us prior to moving to Sandwich where Dan got a great job. Though Del moved many years ago from teaching at Bethany Grade School, she will never be forgotten for living her faith and for her love of life. I pray God has received her with the same joy she brought to all of us here.
 

Chris Clampitt posted on 7/30/22
Dan and family, my heartfelt sympathy goes out to each of you. The rational side says "she is no longer in pain". The emotional side says "the sadness is real". The spiritual side says "she will always be with you". Take comfort in your love for Del and for each other. Her light shines bright through you.
 

Marilyn jenaen posted on 7/30/22
.my conolencrs
 

Dr. Dale Septeowski posted on 7/30/22
Rich, I just received word of Phyllis' passing. Dawn and I remember both of you fondly and send our deepest sympathy. Dale
 

Richard A king posted on 7/30/22
Ken was a great guy. Glad I had a chance to get to know and work with him at Tom sparks Chevy .fun to be around and told great stories. Again sorry for your loss
 

Kim and Jean Shrader posted on 7/29/22
Keith, we heard about Beth's death from a former English Hill neighbor. She knew I had a long career with Armstrong and thought I might know you. Jean and I wanted to express our sincere condolences to you and your family and Beth's family. Our thoughts are with you during this very difficult time as you grieve. Kim and Jean Shrader Redmond, WA
 

Mitzi (Steffes) Fidler posted on 7/29/22
I was saddened to hear of Beth's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. God's love and grace are always with you. May the grace of God fill you with peace as you remember that one day you will be reunited in His kingdom! Peace be with you always.
 

Walter Konieczko posted on 7/29/22
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Walter Konieczko posted on 7/29/22
I knew her someone in the family please contact me my name is Walter 630-943-5679
 

Bob and Nancy posted on 7/29/22
Audrey will be greatly missed. So many wonderful memories will remain with us. We are here for you all as you go through this grieving process.
 

Jim & Diane Krzmarzick posted on 7/28/22
Our condolences. Steven was proud to have served our country in the Marines. May God bless Steven and all his family.
 

 
Greg Pryor posted on 7/28/22
My condolences to your family. I knew Ray through the Lions Club. He was a very kind and caring person who wanted to help those people in need. R.I.P. Lion Ray.
 

Charles Kjelland posted on 7/28/22
My deepest sympathy to the Way family and to her brother Jack.
 

Charles Kjelland posted on 7/28/22
My deepest sympathy to Marilyn and the family
 

Orson & Cindy Bangert posted on 7/28/22
Orson and I wish to express our deepest sympathy and prayers for your entire family. Ray was an outstanding person who gave freely of his God-given time and talents. God's peace console you as you surrender Ray to our Hheavenly Father's keeping. Orson & Cindy
 

Ron Schmidt posted on 7/27/22
So sorry for your Loss Keith, I will keep you and your family in my prayers God Be With You Ronnie
 

Marge Dreksler posted on 7/27/22
I am so sorry for the Loss of Audrey. I will always hold her dearly within my Heart. She was a wonderful neighbor and I will always remember our talks as we sat on the porch with our Tea or Coffee and talked for hours. She will be dearly missed.
 

Joe Elceser posted on 7/27/22
Keith: I am sorry for your loss. My family will be praying for peace for you and yours. Joe
 

Skip Fisher posted on 7/26/22
Thinking of you Wayne and family at this time of lose. I first knew of Judy from our time together in the Marines as you were talking about Judy and your plans for a future and family with her. God Bless
 

 
Elizabeth A. Stosich and Docbiecki posted on 7/26/22
Dawn and Wayne, Judy was our best friend ever, one my sister Theresa and I will never forget. We grew up in the same apartment building, she upstairs and Theresa and Elizabeth (Betty) downstairs. No matter that we now lived further away from each other, we would have a wonderful day every time we could see each other, and could easily yak away for hours. My, how we will miss that! She has been a shining best friend and one we will never forget, and one we will miss forever.
 

Wayne & Deb Hall posted on 7/26/22
Our deepest sympathy to Marilyn and family. Ray was a great guy and when we moved in across the street Ray said to Wayne, "are we going to stand here and throw stones at each other or be friends"? We all laughed and of course were friends. Wayne has know Ray almost his entire life and knows he will be missed by many.
 

 
Todd Claxton posted on 7/26/22
Wayne and Dawn, I was saddened to learn of Judy's passing. Judy was a sweet and delightful lady with a warm smile. She will surely be missed by many. I am keeping you both in my thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time. May God bless you and bring you peace. Todd Claxton
 

 
Kathleen Mastroianni posted on 7/26/22
Judy and I have been good friends for over a decade! I will miss her dearly! She loved her husband Wayne and her daughter, Dawn fiercely! Gia, her dog who passed on was her baby! Definitely pampered! I told her once that I wanted to be reincarnated as her pet one day because I new she would pamper and love me! Judy was there for me during some very difficult times and our friendship was precious to me. I will miss her very much! I enjoyed her stories about going up to Wisconsin and she loved brats, as she would call them.
 

Lyn Kenney posted on 7/26/22
Wayne: I am so sorry to learn about your wife, Judy. How difficult it must be for you and Dawn to experience a sudden loss. Know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. Lyn
 

Rosie Poeller posted on 7/26/22
Wayne and Dawn, our love, prayers, and sympathies are with you both. I hope you are able to take comfort in knowing how much Judy meant to everyone who knew and loved her!
 

Glenn Warwood posted on 7/26/22
Dear Keith and Family - My sincerest condolences for you and your family. Wishing you peace, comfort, courage, and lots of love. My heart goes out to you at this difficult time.
 

Francine O’Connor posted on 7/26/22
My condolences to Keith, Megan and Michelle and family. You remain in my thoughts and prayers. May Beth Rest In Peace. Francine O’Connor, ,Chicago IL
 

Suzie Blissmer posted on 7/26/22
Wayne, I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Leslie Williams posted on 7/25/22
Keith and family, There are simply no words to express how this has changed the family. Our deepest condolences on your loss. Please know that we are with you in spirit during this time.
 

 
Randy Gumkowski posted on 7/25/22
To the Family and friends, so sorry for your loss Rest Easy Hero Randy Gumkowski (INPG)
 

Tricia M posted on 7/25/22
Dawn and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Thinking about you and all of your family through these tough times. Saying a prayer and sending love. Tricia
 

Susan Dever posted on 7/25/22
Dear Keith, Michelle, Megan and family and friends, I'm so deeply sorry for the passing of Beth. What a wonderful, fun, beautiful woman and a great mom. I knew Beth in yesteryear but she placed her mark on my heart. God bless you all. Heaven is a very lucky place to welcome Beth home. Sending you all love Susan Dever Bellevue Wash.
 

The Liddle Family posted on 7/25/22
Dawn We are so sorry to hear of your Mother’s passing. We are thinking about you and are available to help with anything you need.
 

Cliff Snedeker posted on 7/25/22
Keith, my heart breaks for you and your family. You, Beth and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I really enjoyed spending time with you and Beth in the mountains. Beth was a wonderful wife and mother. I could always tell that she cared greatly for you. There’s peace in knowing that one day we will be reunited with our loved ones, and I know Beth will be waiting for you with open arms!
 

Tracy McGeehan posted on 7/24/22
I’m so sorry and shocked about Beth. Fortunately I spent time with her in November, which I felt was quality time. She took us through our old neighborhood, which of course brought back many memories. Even though I didn’t see her often, our connection from the younger days was still there-she made that happen. I’ll miss her and I’m very sorry to the family and other friends for this sudden death.
 

 
Kait posted on 7/24/22
Beth and I were raising our kids at the same time. We had so much fun just watching them play and celebrating how wonderful it was being a mom. We spent many hours feeling all the feelings around watching our children grow, learn hard lessons and become the wonderful adults they are. She was someone you could turn to from creative ideas for Halloween costumes to processing how to help your child get through tough times. I loved her creativity, quick wit, dry sense of humor and easy going nature. May you Rest In Peace sweet friend.
 

 
Peg Reier posted on 7/22/22
Dear Jones family, I am so so sorry to hear of my dear friend Harry's passing away. He was the first friend I made when I moved to CH 8 years ago. We had the same type of humor and the same outlook on life. I am the friend that made all the Afghans for the ladies in the family at Christmas. We had a lot of good times and good conversations. However, he missed his dear wife so much that is one thing that gives me great comfort. They are reunited again. I shall miss seeing Mike breezing through the halls to visit Harry and I shall miss my dear friend. May his memory be for a blessing.
 

Peg Reier posted on 7/22/22
Dear Jones family, Harry was the first friend I made when I moved to our current residence. I loved his dry sense of humor and his concern for other people. We shared a lot of funny stories over the last 8 years and my days will be emptier without his happy face. I miss seeing Mike here on his visits as well. Keeping all of you in my thoughts and prayers. I thank God he had such a wonderful family and such a rich life. May he rest in peace and may his memory be for a blessing.
 

Gail posted on 7/22/22
Sending love to Uncle Bart, Mike, Sue, Karen, and Julie. Aunt Margie will be missed.
 

Trysha kehoe posted on 7/22/22
I’m so happy I would get to see you at my grandmothers house when you would visit. I know it has been a while but you will forever be missed. I miss your funny personality. You always knew how to make everyone smile.
 

Francine O’Connor posted on 7/19/22
I was quite stunned by this obituary as Rita was such an active vibrant young woman who always had a house improvement going on. Rita and I also worked together at HInes VA, Hines IL many years ago. Rita, Rest In Peace. Francine
 

Meg Kralicek posted on 7/19/22
We have precious memories of “Grandma” Shirley. Natalia and Alex loved sitting next to her in church, holding her hands. All of us enjoyed birthday celebrations, celebrating “gotcha days,” visiting at Heritage Woods, bringing her to church and taking her to dinner after, visiting at Hillside. We will miss you for awhile. See you in forever!
 

Loree King posted on 7/19/22
Saw her in. Church quite often what a sweet lady prayers for the family
 

 
Kaitlin Vos posted on 7/18/22
I miss you Dad!
 

Emily Gayle posted on 7/18/22
I am grateful to have had the experience of working for Bob. He was a thoughtful and generous boss who never seemed angry or upset. It was obvious how much he loved and respected his family. My condolences to you all.
 

Doug York posted on 7/18/22
It was my pleasure to get to know and work with John. I will miss his wit and humor the most. God Speed John! Your Friend, Doug
 

Betty & Darrel Blocksom posted on 7/16/22
Kevin, you were always so quiet, but spoke when you had something to say. It was always so good to see you when Randy brought you down with him. Julie is right, “it’s the quiet one you have to look out for.” They usually have something pretty smart to say. You will be missed, Kevin.
 

Barb Winebaugh posted on 7/15/22
We are so sorry for your loss.
 

Wisconsin Obits posted on 7/15/22
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2nd Armored Division posted on 7/15/22
Thank You for your Service. American Veterans Stand and Salute You! Let Valor Not Fail.
 

Julie Steimel posted on 7/14/22
Kev, It's the quiet ones that you need to watch out for, you were always good for a laugh when we were all together. Give Terry a hug from me. You'll be missed and remembered always. Love, Julie
 

 
Deanna posted on 7/14/22
I wish I could have been closer to my cousin. I have missed him for years.
 

Sandra Whiteis posted on 7/13/22
Jane was a lovely woman with a kind heart. She gave me brilliant advice once that I will never ever forget. She will be missed.
 

Angie Goffrier Valentin posted on 7/12/22
Tim, Stefanie and Family, So sorry to hear about your father's passing. Prayers to you all.
 

Julie Reed posted on 7/12/22
Dear Wheeler-Shank family, Mickey was the gold standard for kindness, friendliness, thoughtfulness and fun! You and the De Witt community has lost one of its finest! My heartfelt condolences to Bill, Ron, Joan, Debi, Bob and family. Julie (Reed)
 

 
Janice J Carpenter posted on 7/9/22
I first met Mary Jo in 1974 at the annual pig roast held at the beginning of each school hosted by one of the Yorkville high school teachers. It was a large event attended by district teachers, school board members, and friends throughout the community. I was new to the group and knew no one. Mary Jo introduced herself to me and stayed with me the entire evening, introducing me to everyone and letting me know who was who. Throughout the years we enjoyed many great times together including trips to Champaign Illinois to support the Yorkville high school wrestling teams. She was always smiling and was truly a sweet lady. Mike and Bill, I am so sad for you and your families at this most difficult time. Janice Carpenter
 

Mary Curran posted on 7/8/22
Marty & Mike, I’m so sad to hear about Jon’s passing. With Bobs loss & now this, your family has had enough pain. I remember you & your parents fondly from Cypress Drive in simpler days. I hope Jon’s memory brings you some comfort. Mary Curran [email protected] Friend/former neighbor
 

Elaine Hoogerwerf posted on 7/7/22
Doris and Family - We are sad to hear about Clarence, our longtime good neighbor at Vanderbilt. He certainly fought the good fight with Doris at his side. We will miss seeing him sitting outside as we passed by. Peace to all and God Bless. Dick and Elaine Hoogerwerf
 

 
Evelyn Chaverini posted on 7/6/22
There are so many great memories with the Harts as our neighbors in Fontana. We had many Thanksgivings together and many great memories. Love and prayers to the whole Hart family.
 

Evelyn Chaverini posted on 7/6/22
Dear Mrs. Hart, Mike, Tim, Beth, Amy, Tassie, and Chris, So sorry to hear about the passing of Dr. Hart. So many great memories of your whole family and our time in Fontana. Love you all very much, you all are in my prayers. Love Evelyn(Timossi) Chaverini
 

Toby Gowin posted on 7/6/22
Doris and Family, Our condolence on Clarence’s passing. A wonderful intelligent man with interesting, often told, stories of his youth, his medical profession, and his experiences during war time. A full life well lived with compassion for his fellow humans. Doris, we know how concerned Clarence was when you went through your challenge. Thank you for being an outstanding care giver to Clarence. Clarence, you, and your family will be in our prayers. Anne and Toby
 

Melanie Gary and Samantha Whitt posted on 7/6/22
So very sorry for your loss Warren Family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time.
 

Melanie Gary and Samantha Whitt posted on 7/6/22
So very sorry for your loss Warren Family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time.
 

 
Robert Borger posted on 7/6/22
[ I will always remember Clarence and his service to community, his love of friends and family. I will always remember his counsel and advice in difficult times for me.
 

Thomas Kwiatkowski posted on 7/6/22
Dear Doris and family, I was sorry to read of the passing of Clarence. It’s always interesting to me that although I have many friends that live along with me in Lake Geneva, I only see them in Naples. Doc was one of them. I visited with him frequently in the pro shop at Vanderbilt. Doc took care of our three girls sports injuries when they were young. Clarence was a caring conscientious doctor who loved his profession and gave all his patients comfort. Barbara and I are sorry for your loss and hope you know many people cherished Doc’s care. Sincerely Tom and Barb Kwiatkowski
 

Randy Hayden posted on 7/6/22
My deepest sympathy and condolences to Greg's mother, brother, sister and family. Greg was a special person who always welcomed people with an open heart and a big smile. His inner strength, courage, honesty and fortitude was masked by his kind and gentle spirit. All who knew him gravitated towards him because he instantly made you his friend. Greg had so many good friends. We shall miss him dearly at our birthday celebrations and Thanksgiving dinners. My thoughts and prayers are with your family and wish Greg peace and comfort. Randy Hayden (Chicago)
 

Melinda Tejada posted on 7/6/22
Taylor, you are part of the WCC family. We will do everything we can to support you during this time. I was 19 when I lost my mother. My heart aches for you and your family but we will be here for you.
 

 
Cindy graff posted on 7/5/22
Tommy had the sweet biggest smile I have ever since. He will be missed
 

Cindy graff posted on 7/5/22
I knew tommy many years ago!!he had the best smile I ever seen. He an awesome guy?!!? He will be missed!!!!
 

Joe Spitzzeri posted on 7/4/22
Our deepest condolences on the passing of Ed. It hurt all if us in the Chiefs family and we're all with you during these times. Godspeed Joe Spitzzeri and the Chiefs softball team
 

Tim Perlick posted on 7/4/22
The greatest testimony to the caliber of an individual is the beauty and love of their family. Knowing Beth as a dear, beloved friend, we are certain of Dr. Hart`s character and compassion. Prayers for the entire Hart family to find comfort in the great legacy left behind, the love of your family. Tim & Andrea
 

Donald Norman posted on 7/2/22
The first time I met Clarence was on our golf course several years ago. We were in the same golf cart and soon discovered several shared interests. Clarence could be blunt and opinionated with a touch of humor which I found both amusing and refreshing. I liked him right away and we became friends. My wife and I would often go to dinner with he and Doris and I’ve attached a photo of one of those times. Clarence is a perfect example of what can be accomplished by hard work, determination and sacrifice despite the odds of success. He was a devoted husband and proud father. May he rest in peace.
 

Maria Gregg posted on 7/1/22
Dear Joyce, my most sincere and deepest condolence to you and your family. May the Lord be your rod to hold on to during this difficult time. May Michael rest in peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

Pat Harper posted on 6/29/22
I have such fond memories of working with Dr Hart many years ago when he first came to Lakeland Hospital. Our military service, including Vietnam, connected us right away. I learned so much from him, which made me a better nurse. And I have thought of him throughout the years, wishing I could see him again. My condolences to your family.
 

Noah Currier posted on 6/29/22
Dear Joyce, Dan and Draher Family, I am so sad to hear of your dear husband and father's passing. I have been reading the wonderful messages posted here and it is clear he was a wonderful man. His support of our country's injured veterans through our foundation has been impactful and we remain grateful. Please accept our sincerest condolences for your loss. Semper Fidelis, Noah Currier and Team Oscar Mike
 

Max and Anita Heide posted on 6/29/22
A mothers love will be missed at any age, Gods peace be with you.
 

Robert Feist posted on 6/28/22
Jerry and I graduated high school together and became good friends afterwards. He lived a block from my grandmother's house and when Jerry visited, grandmother said that we were fifth cousins or something - we couldn't believe it. Jerry stopped by one Saturday and asked me if I wanted to go fishing. I mentioned that I had turned down a fishing trip the night before with Frank Christie and Richard Dye who were headed to southern Missouri to some huge lake with a mountain of camping supplies in Frank's boat. Jerry and I decided to drive an hour or so away to some power plant and fish off the access driveway that led into their property which went for a couple hundred yards along the plant's water source - a decent size pond/lake. Jerry and I walked to the very end of the access road toward the plant gate entrance which was closed. We could go no further. Their were people fishing all along the bank; it was so crowded there was no spot to squeeze between other folks that were fishing. We walked to the very furthest point, the absolute end of the line. As soon as we put lines in the water fish would bite. We had three poles going at all times - I couldn't bait the lines fast enough as Jerry kept pulling fish out as soon as our lines hit the water. We had to stop fishing at the end of fifteen minutes because our two stringers were completely full of fish. We walked back down the access way past all the folks we had just passed going the opposite direction to find a fishing spot. Two hundred yards of jam packed fishermen just stared at us as we walked past carrying more fish than we could hold. They weren't catching much of anything. Jerry and I went back to my grandmother's house, filleted the fish, and put them in the freezer to await a fish fry. When Frank and Rich returned from their miserable rainy wet no luck fishing trip (Frank lived across the driveway), Jerry and I displayed all our frozen fish fillets we caught in fifteen minutes stored in the freezer. Jerry and I laughed ourselves silly while Frank and Rich cursed their hard luck. I might mention that grandmother wasn't too pleased with me and Jerry when I let Jerry have her very nice aluminum clothes line pole to use to go frog gigging. Another fond memory happened when I was living in St. Louis at my other grandmother's home. I was attending technical school and helping out my grandmother since my grandfather had recently passed away. There was a knock at the door and low and behold it was Jerry and Mary Margaret. I said, "What the hell are you guys doing here - you are on your honeymoon?" They laughed and said they wanted to see me. We drove six blocks to Anheuser Busch, took a tour, and enjoyed free beer and pretzels in their hospitality lounge. Jerry was a great comfort to my father when he served as a medic in the Air Force at Wilford Hall Hospital Lackland Air Base San Antonio, Texas. My father was in bad shape after a helicopter crash that broke his back. Pop was a retired Air Force pilot teaching Army pilots to fly choppers to go to Vietnam. Jerry quite regularly looked in on Pop and kept me posted back in Collinsville - things were touch and go for a long time. Pop was happy to have a Collinsville connection so close by. I could go on and on but will close with, " Jerry I'll miss you buddy; the world will not be quite so amazing without you in it. I love you - hi to Mary Margaret."
 

Noreen Hart Steinmetz posted on 6/28/22
Dear Aunt Doris, Mike, Tim, Beth, Amy, Tassie, and Chris, I'll always remember the kindness of Uncle Clare in arranging for me to shadow a physical therapist when I was just out of eighth grade. This set my trajectory into becoming one. I have such fond memories of visiting your beautiful house in Fontana and going sailing in Lake Geneva with Uncle Clare at the helm. There was never a dull moment with 13 cousins running around! With love, Noreen
 

 
Carol, Mark, and Kristy posted on 6/28/22
As Mike referred to those early married and family years... “The Queen Anne St. Days”...... Mark and Kristy remember fondly— Mike leading Camp Courage Mike helping launch the raft, that all the kids built, (it sank) Mike organizing street hockey Mike resealing his driveway Mike helping to teach all the kids to ride bikes, running up and down beside them Lee and I especially felt blessed to have all of you right across the street from us— You helped to make the long winters shorter and the summers more fun So MANY cups of coffee together Celebrating birthdays and anniversaries dancing to “The Three Easy Pieces”... We were blessed to have had Mike in our lives and his positive influence on our children... We join in your loss and grief..... Love to each of you.....
 

Rick Moulton posted on 6/28/22
It is with a heavy heart to hear of the passing of Jerry. He was a great guy who always had a great attitude and smile. please send my condolences to his family. I know that he will be greatly missed.
 

Kathy branstad posted on 6/28/22
Amy and family. Never met your dad but know a lot about him from Amy. So sorry for loss. From Amy’s description he was just the best father , grandfather and surgeon and spouse. Dave and Kathy Branstad. Kathy is Tony’s sister
 

Steven Hollis posted on 6/28/22
I’m so sorry for your loss. Prayers to Bob and his family, I’ll miss seeing the big guy with the smile just as big! Goodbye Bob. Rest In Peace.
 

Tom & Mary Morris posted on 6/28/22
Mrs Dreher and Family, Mary and I are so saddened to hear of Mr. Dreher's passing. I want you to know how much of a lasting impact Mr. Dreher had on my life. His work ethic was so deep and strong, he gave me an opportunity at the Yogi Bear Mini Golf Course (McHenry) that would be foundational in my life. He always led the way and worked harder than anyone, setting a wonderful example for all of us. He would always leave me laughing, the car rides to and from work, I mean side splitting laughing. His sense of humor, and smile, joyous! When the work was done we would enjoy a drink from the soda fountain or a bit of soft serve. :-) He found our first house when we moved to Woodstock and our parents and families were friends, forever. May God Bless The Dreher Family.
 

Dee Morris posted on 6/28/22
Joyce and Beloved Family and Dear Friend, I was saddened after Mass today, hearing from Hans Rokus that your loving husband and friend, Mike, had passed away. He was such a good man, good father, and grandfather alike. Many of us will miss his beautiful smile and gentle ways. His memory will live on for many years to come. May you be consoled, in your days ahead, with Our Dear Lord at your side, and the Holy Spirit hovering over you with his love. God Bless you and your dear family. Love to all, Dee
 

Ronald Kicker posted on 6/28/22
Harold was a good friend and neighbor. With a great sense of humor. He. Was always busy on project’s around the house. I really enjoyed our conversation’s and the way he treated his friends, gone to soon. My condolences to Julie and the rest of his family.
 

Dr. & Mrs. Leo A. Reyes posted on 6/27/22
We are very much saddened to read about Michael Dreher's passing. He was one the most decent person we ever had in our medical practice. He was a very dedicated man to his wife Joyce who both raised great level-headed kids in Jennifer, Mike, Dan and Marla. We couldn't find anyone more wonderful and beautiful than those folks. Our deepest sympathy to his family. Godspeed Michael.
 

Sunny Cordell posted on 6/26/22
Nick was a great friend and my late husband, Michael Principati and my new partner, Timothy Culp both adored him as did I. He was always willing to go the extra mile helping us with our cottage, looking after my Aunt Jean and Grandma Margaret Smith of Cottage T. His daily run down to jump in the lake, ready smile and bright spirit will be greatly missed!
 

Marge Blatt posted on 6/24/22
I’ll be in Ohio with my son Dan and his family on July 1, but will be with you and your family in spirit that day. God’s richest blessings to you all.
 

 
Carolyn A. Warfield posted on 6/24/22
May God bless you in heaven!!
 

Carolyn A. Warfield posted on 6/24/22
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Mike Dreher. May God bless him in heaven now and forever. We will always remember his kindness and blessings he gave to us each year. May he rest in peace with God and we will always remember him with love and devotion. Joyce we extend our deepest condolences to the family of Mike Dreher.
 

Chris & Heidi Olsen posted on 6/24/22
We were so sad to hear of Mike's passing. He will always be remembered as a genuine, caring man who's love for his family was unsurpassed. I will cherish the memories of growing up around the Dreher house and all the conversations and time spent with him. Our love and condolences go out to the family and may God bless all of you.
 

Tim OBrien posted on 6/20/22
He always led with kindess. I hope to be more like him someday
 

Donna and Paul Schindlbeck posted on 6/18/22
Kristen and family, Paul and I are so very sorry to hear of your fathers passing. We pray your family will find comfort in the wonderful memories you've had with your dad. He is at peace now.
 

Cindy Cox posted on 6/17/22
I will always remember Nick as one of the most energetic people I have ever met. I would see him jogging shirtless in his jean shorts or swimming in the lake. He was so proud of the races he and Trish would go to around the country! He will be missed as an iconic personality in the community! I am so sorry for your loss Trish! Our prayers are with you! Cindy Cox
 

Laura posted on 6/17/22
Sue and family, so very sorry for your loss of Barry. My deepest condolences to all of you. You are all in my thoughts and prayers Sincerely, Laura Allen
 

Kathy McKeever posted on 6/17/22
Thinking of you and your family so very much, Trish. Nick always had a smile and a big hello for Lou and me every time we saw him. He quietly did so many things for so many people. He will be missed. My heart is with you.
 

 
D L Wojciechowski posted on 6/16/22
Nick you will be missed. Everyone needs to know how important it is to have your yearly wellness check. Age is not an indicator of health. Don't lose your loved ones for lack of time or money. D. L. Wojciechowski
 

Vicki Cosma posted on 6/16/22
Dear Sue and family, I am so sorry for your loss and will keep you all in my prayers.
 

Paul Michael posted on 6/16/22
I am so sorry to hear of Barry's passing. May the Lord comfort all of you with the precious memories of all the great times together. My thoughts and prayers are with Sue and the family along with all those who knew and loved Barry.
 

Walter konieczko posted on 6/16/22
I knew her in the 80s Can someone in the family please contact me my name is Walter I worked with her husband on the tollway
 

JOHN A KAZMIERCZAK posted on 6/16/22
Bob, When work relocated my family to Illinois in 1986 Laurie and I came to know you, Jackie and Rita in Big Rock and began a 36 year fun filled relationship. Breakfasts, coffee, Bowling, Happy Hours, dinners and get togethers with Dave, Bobby, Bill, Cliff and others will always be remembered. Even though we didn't always agree on everything we did share a lot of commonalities which made the bond special and always made me look forward to talking and staying in touch long distance by phone when Laurie and I moved to Florida. Lots of Memories Bob. Rest in Peace. John and Laurie Kazmierczak Kaz
 

 
Susan Polodna posted on 6/16/22
Linda & I became friends in 5 th grade and we’re close for many years. We shared our ups and downs in our life journey thru the years, so many memories…. One of the most memorable in our later years was her belief and interest in a hands-on game created and developed for all ages and abilities when I was teaching Art in Florida. Right off - she said contact Fischer Price they should have this. She was so encouraging and as always was full of life! Although throughout our life’s journeys we drifted apart she will always be remembered as one cared and had a zest for life! Always celebrate! I think I’ll be contacting Fischer Price in honor of my dear friend.
 

Betty Harvey posted on 6/15/22
My condolences to your family. Sherry was my first supervisor at N.P.D she lived listening to her radio stories. Was a sweet lady.
 

John, Deb and girls posted on 6/15/22
Our sincere condolences go out to Trish and their family. Nick was such a great guy and we will truly miss him - and his presence around Belvidere Park. Always quick to help a neighbor or friend and to offer sound advice on any project. Some of our favorite memories of Nick are him working hard at his construction jobs, yet he still found the energy to go for long morning runs around the lake - oftentimes before the rest of us even had our first cup of coffee. He’d finish his runs by dashing for the pier and diving in to cool off. He worked hard but knew how to enjoy life too.
 

Ken Prouty posted on 6/15/22
My favorite brother-in-law! Nick was loved by everyone who knew him. He will be missed!
 

John M Adam posted on 6/15/22
Ray and family, I am sorry for your loss, you are in my prays!
 

 
Deborah Smith posted on 6/15/22
Our hearts are broken
 

Jeff Visner posted on 6/15/22
Nick was a wonderful human being, someone I had the privilege of knowing and working with in our younger years. He was respected for his knowledge, effort and tenacity. He and his wife Trish were a blessing to Fontana. You will be missed Buddy, may God bless you and your family.
 

Gloria Dahlberg posted on 6/14/22
My most heartfelt condolences to Nick's loved ones. I, for one, will forever hold on to the sound of Nick's laughter. Good-bye, friend.
 

Cindy Meyers posted on 6/14/22
My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. Sherry was a favorite cousin when I was growing up. She visited my mom, Delores Mahaffey, when she was sick and always lifted her spirit. I am not able to be there with you during the services but will be thinking of all of you.
 

Denise Daniels posted on 6/14/22
Hello Debbi. I am praying that you and your family be strong at a time like this.
 

Sally Mulay posted on 6/14/22
We are so sorry we can’t be there with you guys. Sherry was a favorite cousin. We spent a lot of time together as children. That is Sherry and I, Sally. I have so many memories of her and I!
 

Daniel West posted on 6/13/22
Ray. My sincere condolences to you and your family. May God give you comfort and peace.
 

judy Karp posted on 6/13/22
Dear Debbie and Family, So very sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you. Fondly, Judy
 

 
Dayle Ashley-Harding posted on 6/13/22
She was always gracious when we came over, and had a great sense of humor! She helped us navigate the waters when we were overwhelmed by grief when Bryan passed, and for that we will be forever grateful. I know her family will miss her dearly. May her memory bring some comfort.
 

Pamela Abbey Stepanian posted on 6/13/22
Sue…I am so sorry for the loss of your husband. May you be comforted by wonderful memories and the support of family and friends…❤️
 

Pamela Abbey Stepanian posted on 6/13/22
Sue…I am so very sorry for your loss. I hope you will be comforted by wonderful memories and the support and love of your family and friends. ❤️
 

 
Annika posted on 6/12/22
I love you Gomi <3
 

Kevin Baxter posted on 6/12/22
Ray my condolences to you and your family on your loss. My prayers are with the family.
 

Elvira Pruneda posted on 6/12/22
Sue, I am so sorry to hear about your husband's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
 

Sue Kouba posted on 6/12/22
Sue and Family, I was so sorry to hear about Barry. My heart breaks for you and your family. I know what an incredible family you have and that love and support along with the Beautiful memories will help you get through this. Keeping all of you in my Thoughts and Prayers.
 

Trish Tillmon Tebbit posted on 6/11/22
Sue so sorry for your loss. Barry was a special person and you and your family will be able to share all your memories together. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Garvin Thomas posted on 6/11/22
Words cannot express how I fell knowing that I’ll never hear your voice or see your face again but you truly will be missed but never absent from my ❤️ Bird dawgg I love you and I know you loved your nephew
 

Grace Weddel posted on 6/10/22
So many memories. Melissa aka my sis from another mister, you were a blessing. I have always loved you as a sister and a dear friend at the same time. I regret not calling you and it hurts me. I'll always cherish the time we were at a baseball game just enjoying the good times. Miss you sis and always will
 

KENNETH HAGEMAN posted on 6/10/22
so very sorry to here of your loss will always be in our memory always remember the good times they will always be in all of are thoughts
 

 
Diane Dillow posted on 6/10/22
Barry was a loving husband, and father, a very talented man and our family will cherish the memories of all he did for all of us. HIs kind heart and love for his family was ever present. RIP buddy, You gave your all for your country and your family and we love you.
 

Frank & Carol McKeever posted on 6/10/22
We were so sorry to hear of Carole's passing. We have very fond memories of her. Our condolences to her family.
 

Frank & Carol McKeever posted on 6/10/22
We are so sorry to see the terrible news of Barry's passing. We extend sincere sympathy to all of his family. Cherish your memories and may God give you strength during this rough time.
 

Anita M Blake posted on 6/10/22
I am so sorry for you loss. My deepest sympathy.
 

Kathy and Mitch posted on 6/10/22
Jody and family, Mitch and I are so sorry for your loss. Sonny was such a nice man. He was lucky to have you, Jody. You took great care of him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
 

Yolanda Wiggins posted on 6/10/22
Just heard about Missy’s passing.. we were neighbors in Aurora on Echo Lane like 9-10 years ago. Thoughts and prayers to family and friends
 

 
Phyllis Hoffman posted on 6/9/22
Uncle Sonny had such a kind loving personality. I'll always remember his laugh. R.I.P. Uncle Sonny
 

Kevin & Jean Cottingim posted on 6/9/22
Our Heart's go out to your family Prayers for Comfort and Peace
 

Kevin & Jean Cottingim posted on 6/9/22
Our heart's go out to all the family
 

Rick and Cheryl Brant posted on 6/9/22
Our sincere sympathy and prayers to Sue and your family. Hold onto each other and your wonderful memories.
 

Michele Riley Willis posted on 6/9/22
My sincere condolences to the family for your loss. May your fondest memories carry you forward.
 

Michele Riley Willis posted on 6/9/22
My sincere condolences to the family for the loss of Barry. May your fondest memories carry you through this time of sadness.
 

Char Keaty posted on 6/9/22
I am so saddened to hear of this!!!! I remember our days hanging out in Park Forest when you guys first moved there. Rest Easy my old friend.
 

BILL RUSS posted on 6/8/22
Ronnie Williams "Wo Wo" Great Friend, miss you and will pray for you.
 

James Brady posted on 6/8/22
As kids we were next door neighbors and classmates. Sadly, I lost track of Amy & Tim after High School. For some reason I was thinking of Amy this morning (6/8/2022). So sorry to learn of her passing. My condolences to Tim and the rest of the family. James Brady
 

Pam posted on 6/7/22
There is a big hole in the world since you left us. Miss you every day.
 

Candice Brown posted on 6/6/22
Darla, my prayers go out to you and your family.
 

Kathy Cinto posted on 6/6/22
Dar and Rhonda… thank you for sharing your mom with us for all of those years. She was like a mom to all of us. She was the cool mom who understood that we were just kids wanting to have fun and usually let us do it. she always made us feel like family. I have nothing but the fondest memories of her. Much love to you both and your families. She was one in a million.
 

Kathy Cinto posted on 6/6/22
Thank you for being our second mom. Thanks for all of the times you let us take your car. Thanks for letting us just be kids growing up. Thank you for always treating us like family. May your memory be eternal. Much love always
 

Kelly Crocco posted on 6/6/22
My thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
 

Kelly Crocco posted on 6/6/22
My thoughts are with your family during such a difficult time.
 

Kevin & Nellene Fletcher posted on 6/5/22
Rhonda, Darla & all your families: So sorry to hear of the loss of your mom, such a great woman!!
 

Sherry (Mayes) Stewart posted on 6/5/22
We’re so sorry for your loss. She meant so much to our family.
 

Sandy Whiteis posted on 6/5/22
I loved Carole! She was always so friendly and ran the law office with utter efficiency. We had many a great talks down there. She was a long time friend of our family. I missed seeing her when she retired. When I think of her, I think of her with a smile.
 

Tabby Morphey posted on 6/4/22
We are so sorry for your loss. He was a good guy RIP Doug & Tabby Morphey
 

Tina Nichols posted on 6/3/22
Amy and Family, I am so sorry for your lost. Praying you can heal with time. Tina & Tim Nichols
 

Ken and Mary Gehm posted on 6/2/22
Dear Andy and family we are so very sorry for the loss of your beautiful wife and mom. We met at RC a number of years ago while camping right next to them. Your mom loved to talk about her wonderful children. She loved you both so much. We last saw Andy and Luanne as covid was beginning. Luanne will be missed but remembered as a lovely, kind and warm person!! Sending you each a huge hug. Love ken and Mary Gehm from Green Bay wi…
 

Marge Linnane posted on 6/2/22
Ron will always be the happy, fun loving, game playing, story telling, life of the party guy to me! He was the first person to offer you a drink, he was always willing to play a game of pool, or shoot dice. When I think of him, I will remember the very helpful, very giving man that he was. He was always there for me when I needed him. I will never forget that. I will deeply miss him. Love you Ron! Until we meet again…Margie
 

Heidi B Bridge posted on 6/1/22
To Bridge Family, Sorry to hear about your loss, your in my thoughts and prayers,
 

Claudia Garber posted on 6/1/22
I have known Mary for several years. We first met at the Abbey Spa and then became friends. I even went over (several years ago) to their lovely home in October and helped her set up the Christmas tree so when they returned home from Florida for the holidays, the tree was up and ready for the family celebration. My deepest sympathy to Bob and her special son's and grandchildren. RIP dear Mary.
 

Dick and Dianne Nenne posted on 6/1/22
To the Bridge family. We are so sorry for your loss of Winn. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
 

Leann & Jim Teckenbrock posted on 5/31/22
We are so sorry for your loss. Losing someone you love is very hard. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
 

SandiJordan posted on 5/31/22
My Missy. In Walgreens you were my right-hand woman. Then you became my friend. Our bond was strong. I loved you many many years I will always keep you close to my heart. Our kids grew up together. And will always be in touch. Please watch over us all your love and your light was magical.
 

Cheryl Baumhardt Hicks posted on 5/31/22
Dear Boudart Family, Your mom was such a lovely lady and a dear friend to my mom and our family. There are so many memories of visiting your Lake house in Williams Bay and walking by your house every day to and from school. The Dix, Boudart, Stadler and Baumhardt families spent a lot of time together when we were growing up. Your mom always dressed so nice. She would say you always need a go to outfit in your closet. Even today my mom and I talk about that. I’m so sorry for your loss. May the memories of your mom and wife comfort you. Love, Cheryl Baumhardt Hicks
 

Greg vana posted on 5/31/22
My sincere condolences. The Perkins family and Winding Creek have been great neighbors and friends since I moved here after the army in Dec 1972. Bill was always friendly, gentle, smiling, and a delight to be around. I requested to be in his honor guard for military honors. Greg Vana and family.
 

Darlene Stangel posted on 5/31/22
You will be missed. Thank you, Karen, for loving my cousin, Les, and making him so very happy. This is not good-bye, but farewell until we meet again in heaven.
 

Oscar Hammerberg posted on 5/31/22
Rest in peace Melissa. You'll be missed by family and friends. May God bless you, keep you, and comfort you. In Jesus'name, Amen
 

 
Heather posted on 5/31/22
Your crystal clear bright blue eyes made my heart so very happy! I miss you already!
 

 
Oscar Hammerberg posted on 5/31/22
Rest in peace Melissa, you will be missed. May the Lord keep you and comfort you. In the name of Jesus, Amen
 

Maiya posted on 5/29/22
Think of you often, smile remembering all of our shared memories and reliving them telling the kids about you. Onyx asks about you a lot and we keep your photos hung on the wall proud to share past times. Never gets easier. Miss you so much and love you even more. Thank you for watching over my family. Love you Nana
 

Teresa Niemyjski Hurley posted on 5/28/22
I worked with Mike for many years at Filtertek,,, always a kind person,, My condolences to his family and friends
 

 
Mary Kay Mc Cann posted on 5/28/22
Karen- You are loved and will be missed so much. Our hearts are aching but we know you are in paradise. You will never be truly gone--you are in our hearts and prayers forever. Love-Mary Kay and Joanne
 

Veronica A Diaz posted on 5/28/22
So sorry for your loss praying to God to give you strength to go on. Melissa you are home now no more pain. From Heaven please protect your mom and others famil members left behind eternalrest
 

 
posted on 5/28/22
Your fight is over, RIP. You will be missed.
 

Daniel Kroening posted on 5/28/22
I'm sorry to hear about your loss . Bob was one of the good guys with a big heart . He will be missed , prayers to his loved ones .
 

Sheila Perkins posted on 5/27/22
I worked with Missay at Walgreens in Naperville for a few years and she really knew how to calm people down and will be missed dearly. May she rest in peace.
 

Len and Kathy Wass posted on 5/27/22
A wonderful friend. My fishing and hunting pal. May he rest in God's hands for eternity. Amen.
 

Frank & Carol McKeever posted on 5/27/22
We were so sorry to read of Bill's passing. The Perkins Family has been friends for many years. We extend our sincere sympathy to all of Bill's Family. He will be missed.
 

Paul Pruessing posted on 5/27/22
Condolences to all family and friends. Hard to see your grade and High School mates pass before their time.
 

Joanne & Mary Kay posted on 5/27/22
Karen will be truly missed by all of us who love her. She will always be in our hearts and prayers. Love you Karen.
 

Michele Sanchez posted on 5/27/22
Amy, I’m so sorry about your father passing away. Thinking of you and your family and sending love and prayers.
 

 
Greg & Kate Pryor posted on 5/27/22
Please accept our sincere condolences. Always cherish the good times you had together.
 

Sherrie & Jim Cottrell posted on 5/27/22
Dear Penny and family, We are so sad to hear of Bill's passing. He and Shelia were such special friends. We had so many good times in Florida and at the Sandwich Fair with them. Our condolences to you and your family. Bless you!
 

Ron and Kathleen Aldis posted on 5/27/22
Andy , Luanne was so kind and loving. Our hearts are breaking for you. I love being your neighbor and will miss all the wonderful times spent together. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and our hearts will hold dear her memory.
 

Jon Eklund posted on 5/26/22
I am so sorry to hear this sad news. I met Donna and Jerry at St. Benedict’s 4:30 mass where Jerry and I were ushers. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family during this difficult time.
 

Larry Becker posted on 5/26/22
Harold was a great person who had a big heart always listen to you and shared his thoughts of the situation. He loved calling some people specially (Larry Richards) tater head, he will be dearly missed. God blessed us with a wonderful man.
 

Carolyn & Bud Tifft posted on 5/26/22
Andy and family, we are so sad and heartbroken over losing Luann. We have memories of the time spent and will always hold them close. She was a beautiful kind and loving person who will be missed. Loving thoughts and prayers to you, Carolyn & Bud
 

 
Natalie posted on 5/26/22
My dear cousin! May you rest with the best up in heaven! You are and will always be deeply missed!
 

Terri Kozy Ohler posted on 5/26/22
My condolences to you and your family, Andy. I'm terribly sorry for your loss. Hold on to all the good memories and I hope they give you comfort in the difficult times.
 

Giselle Lewitzke posted on 5/26/22
LuAnne was the most kindest and thoughtful person you would ever meet. She touched our lives for the last 18 years through camping and more. She embraced my family like we were her family. She lives in our hearts and memories, and will never be forgotten. She is now an angel in heaven as she was on Earth. My prayers and sympathy to the Pearce family.
 

Doug and Yvonne Becko posted on 5/26/22
Love and miss you so much. Will cherish the wonderful memories of our time together.
 

Jerry and Judie posted on 5/25/22
Andy, our deepest condolences to you and your family on the loss of LuAnne. We never met LuAnne but from reading some of the kind words from your friends she was a wonderful lady and will be missed. Please know you and the family are in our thoughts and prayers. Jerry and Judie Piscopo
 

Chris Lippert posted on 5/25/22
It is rare to work with a person like LuAnne, she was tireless in helping me learn and to lift spirits. LuAnne became a friend as well as my work family and she will be missed by every one who was lucky enough to know her. My sympathies to her family are heart felt.
 

Sven Prestbroten posted on 5/25/22
My deepest sympathies to the Pearce family on the loss of LuAnne. This was definitely a shock to see the announcement of her passing. It was a pleasure to know her and the rest of her family in our camping days at Hidden Valley. My wife Jean, (who is also passed), really enjoyed her times visiting around the campfire. May God grant you peace in your time of sorrow.
 

Rich & Bonnie Gattone posted on 5/25/22
Rich and I are so sorry to hear about Donna’s passing. May it help in some way to know others are sharing your grief.Our prayers are with your family at this difficult time. We will have fond memories of Donna when she was our neighbor in Northlake.
 

 
SANDIE SOUREK posted on 5/25/22
donna u will be missed,,,,,,rest in peace sister in law....we love u
 

Marlene Hostmann posted on 5/25/22
I'm deeply saddened about LuAnne.s passing! We worked together in the Abbey around 40 years ago. I will always remember, her cheerful and positive attitude. It was a joy to work with LuAnne Rest in Peace, LuAnne .You won't be forgotten! My heart goes out, to all in the family. You have my deepest sympathy.
 

Corky and Terri Corless posted on 5/24/22
Corky and I are so sorry about your mom. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

Andy & Laura Long posted on 5/24/22
Andy, Katie, and Dan - We are so sorry for your loss. LuAnne will truly be missed! She was so easy to talk to and was a great organizer. We loved working with her on those football team dinners many years ago! Andy and Laura Long
 

 
Cindy Graff posted on 5/24/22
LuAnne was such a caring person and supervisor at MercyHealth. It was an honor to work with her these past years. My heart goes out to the family and friends that knew her. A shining light gone too soon.
 

Meagan Romer posted on 5/24/22
Luanne was always so wonderful and kind to me and to everyone. She was also so funny. She has left a huge hole in the world with her loss. My sincere condolences go out to her family and friends. I am saddened and stunned. Prayers for all.
 

Charlene Parr posted on 5/24/22
LuAnne will always be remembered as the kindest lady to me. There was no better person to work with or work for. She was always willing to go out of her way to see that your job was made easier for you. I know she will be missed by all.
 

Jodie Porep posted on 5/24/22
We are sorry to hear of your loss. Luann was a wonderful person who will be missed by all who were touched by her kindness. Thoughts and prayers for your family. James and Jodie Porep and families
 

John, Susan, Tanner & Rachel Gullicksen posted on 5/24/22
Dear Pearce Family, Our heartfelt sympathy to all of you on the loss of your precious wife and mother. May the light of your memories heal your sorrow and bring you peace. With Sympathy & Love, John, Susan, Tanner & Rachel Gullicksen
 

 
John, Susan, Tanner & Rachel Gullicksen posted on 5/24/22
Dear Dan and Family, Our thoughts, prayers and heartfelt sympathy to your Family. We are so sorry to hear about the passing of your Mother and wife. May you all take comfort in the sweet memories of a beautiful life, she will always be with you! Hugs, Love, & Prayers, John, Susan, Tanner & Rachel Gullicksen
 

Linda & Mike Nagy posted on 5/24/22
Andy, we are so very sorry to hear of Lu’s passing. What can we say but we were so lucky to have met LuAnne. Such a wonderful person. Heaven received a beautiful angel. I’m glad God shared her with us all for too short a time.
 

Karla Tildahl posted on 5/23/22
I am so sad to see this notice of LuAnn’s death. Many years ago I was a nurse at Golden Years old nursing home and LuAnn worked as a nurses aide under me. She was such a delight to work with and the patients loved her. Our friendship endured as casual over the years. What a loss to our community. I send my deepest sympathy to her family. May God comfort you as you grieve for her. Love, Karla Tildahl
 

Cindy Koetterhagen posted on 5/23/22
I worked with Luann at the Abbey Resort many years ago. RIP Luann.
 

Laura Hehr Spencer posted on 5/23/22
Andy, I am so very sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathies to you and your children.
 

Sharon Paradis-Hagerty posted on 5/23/22
Carl, I'm so sorry to hear that Bonnell has passed. She was a very special lady !
 

 
Matt Haeni posted on 5/23/22
Very saddened to hear about the passing of LuAnne. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Andy, Katie and Dan. Much love being sent your way in this difficult time. Love the Haeni Family
 

Mary Hayden posted on 5/23/22
Andy and family So sad, LuAnne, beautiful person. Always kind to Vinnie and myself at the Big Foot lobster boil. My condolences to all her family. Mary Hayden
 

Joanne Howell posted on 5/23/22
My prayers and condolences go out to the family on this sad day.
 

Maria Jensen posted on 5/23/22
I am so sorry for your families loss. She was truly a great person and friend. We will truly miss her. Love Maria,Tom,Rebecca and Alex Jensen
 

Stephen M Hughes posted on 5/23/22
My deepest sympathies to Andy and the rest of Luann's family. We knew them from the campgrounds for the last 15 years. She was one of the people that included my wife and I and my granddaughters and all the community dinners and parties birthday parties etc. She actually was always thinking of other people she was terrific to my granddaughters and my wife and I couldn't hurt more it's the loss of very very wonderful person. God bless the pearce family
 

Kathy Karcher posted on 5/23/22
My heartfelt and deepest sympathy to Andy and the family. LuAnne will be missed throughout the Walworth community. I will always remember her in Immanuel UCC's kitchen making sure everything goes smoothly for the annual turkey dinner. I was so amazed at her unfailing energy, love for all and love for the Lord. LuAnne you are now in your forever beautiful heavenly home. Your work on earth is done. I hear Jesus telling you now, "Good job, loyal and faithful servant."
 

Dave and Sue DeZutel posted on 5/23/22
LuAnne and her husband Andy would meet us In Florida for the past several years! They always made a point of getting together. We had some great times! Whether it be appetizers/cocktails or celebrating St Paddy’s Day! We so enjoyed Her company. We will miss you LuAnne. Rest In Peace.
 

Edward C Vondrak posted on 5/23/22
You will be sadly missed Love nd prayers for all.
 

 
Maria Bermudez posted on 5/23/22
My deepest condolences to you and your family
 

tiffany Johnson posted on 5/23/22
So very sorry for your loss. Jen has spoken so much about her grandmother I feel like I know her. She was very loved by her family and how blessed she was to have both grand children and great grandchildren. Will keep her and your family in my prayers.
 

Frank Pulliam posted on 5/21/22
I am sending My Deepest Condolence as you Celebrate the life of Papa. Praying for you Frank...
 

Stephanie Voeller posted on 5/20/22
I don’t even know where to start. I’ve been in the hospital in a coma and Covid pneumonia so I did not know what was going on. Every time I watch law and order special victims unit I will think of Tina because that’s what we watched every day when I would go to her house and help take care of her. Tina I hope you’re in a good place not hurting anymore. I can feel you by my side. One memory is when we went to Willy Wonka chocolate factory convention. It was fun. Tina you will be forever missed I’m sorry I wasn’t there. Love you
 

Laura posted on 5/20/22
My deepest sympathy to Lois and all of your family. Prayers for comfort and strength during this difficult time. Sincerely, Laura Allen
 

Laura posted on 5/20/22
My deepest sympathy to Lois and all of the family. Prayers for comfort and strength during this difficult time. Sincerely, Laura Allen
 

Robinn Shepherd Blatner posted on 5/20/22
I am so very sorry for your loss. I know he will be deeply missed.
 

Beth LaBello posted on 5/19/22
I worked for Barbara.. she was an amazing, special, and unique woman. One story I can share is this.. I wanted to get a new cocker spaniel puppy, and I lived 45 minutes away.. I was unsure about what to do since I could not drive home to let the puppy out at lunch. Barbara offered that I could bring the puppy to work… I bought a big cage and Mocha became our therapy puppy. She was a very lucky puppy to be able to come to work with me.. even when she ate Barbara’s newspaper, she was not in trouble ❤️ That is one of the many reasons that Barbara was special to me ❤️ She had such a generous heart and sense of humor.. she will be missed.
 

 
David P Weekly posted on 5/19/22
R.I.P Dr. Dellenback, you were my childhood Doctor for 17 years If I had known you resided in the local area, I certainly would had visited you on an occasional occurance.
 

Kristen Olson posted on 5/19/22
Dear Kaitlin and Victoria, I am a cousin of Scott. I just learned of his death. I'm very sorry for the loss of your father and grandfather. I found some lovely photos of Scott in our younger days you may not have seen. I'll forward them soon. Kristen Olson
 

Bonnie Hagerty posted on 5/18/22
Larry and Donna are the best neighbors anyone could hope for. Larry always had a smile on his face and a kind word for everyone. We shared many laughs and refreshments that Larry would bring to my husband Tom. We celebrated Tom’s last St Patricks Day in 2020 with them. Donna took a picture to commentate the event. Keep smiling, Larry, you can rest now. I’ll keep an eye on Donna and Tony
 

Nancy posted on 5/18/22
Our deepest condolances Dr.Patel and staff Rush Copley
 

 
Lisa Rose-French posted on 5/18/22
Larry was a great boss... I was lucky enough to know him as a boss, neighbor and a friend. He had a funny wit about him, his rosy cheeks..Rest in peace Larry.
 

Rhonda Green posted on 5/17/22
Aunt Lois, Mike, Butch and Teri, I am truly sorry for uncle Wayne's passing. I pray the peace and comfort of Jesus Christ over you all right now in this season.
 

Debi Mancusi posted on 5/16/22
I still fondly remember my first dinner out with Tammy and her family; we went to Ponderosa in Janesville..,,he convinced me to try the steak, my first ever outside of home; I was hooked. So many times spent at your home. Wishing I could be there today. You’re in my prayers as you celebrate his life and remember the in-print he left on your lives.
 

Debi Mancusi posted on 5/16/22
I have fond memories of Mr Chism from my teenage years; spending time at their home. Checking on our curfew, always a tease to be heard. I will never forget going to my first Ponderosa outing with Tammy and her parents, my first steak….he insisted I try it; I was hooked. Not like my mom made. Wishing I could join you on Sat; I will be praying for your family on this special day to remember your husband and father. Debi
 

Janet Molitor posted on 5/16/22
Our deepest sympathy to all the family. He was a great man and my Godfather. He lived his life setting an example for all of us. I will never forget playing cards with him and so many other memories, he will be dearly missed. Janet & Ted Molitor
 

Jamie Wienand posted on 5/16/22
The greatest boss I’ve ever had the honor of working for! Will never forget all the awesome stories he had to share, peace Larry I will never forget you! I’m sorry I will miss his service we are out of the country and would never miss a send off for such an American Icon. Jamie
 

The Schmidt crew posted on 5/15/22
Wrapping you all in prayers of comfort as you celebrate Mr. Konicek. To Butch, his girls and Tori & Natalie and the whole family, our hearts go out to you.
 

Ken and Mary Brummel posted on 5/14/22
Carol was such a positive person and a Joy to be around. Always a smile and laughter. A person that just made you feel good. Loved her family above and beyond. Even with some of her health issues she never complained Jackie keep the memories alive. Our deepest sympathy to all. Love Ken and Mary Brummel
 

Ken and Mary posted on 5/14/22
Our Deepest sympathy to Lois and family. We are sure he will be deeply missed by all. Your in our prayers. Ken and Mary Brummel
 

Jeff and Carolyn Rott posted on 5/14/22
Our deepest sympathy to the family he was a great guy always fun to be around
 

Jane Birkett posted on 5/14/22
I met Pastor Spong at REEC. He was comforting during a very hard time in my life. Jane
 

Mary Munson posted on 5/13/22
My deepest sympathies to the entire Konicek family. Jerry always spoke very highly of your family and had many good memories .
 

Ann Wilson posted on 5/13/22
Where to begin....It is hard to say goodbye to someone you love especially when that person has been part of your family and home. During the day I expect her to be at the table reading the newspaper and having her coffee, it the afternoon I expect her to say hello to her great grandsons as they get home from school. I expect her to be cooking dinner. At night when we are upstairs for bed I expect to hear her walker as she goes to the bathroom. Now I see or hear none of this. The loss of you Jeannie is very sad for us. I hope you know that we loved you and will miss you! Our home and family has changed with your missing chair. Hope you continue to smile down on us from heaven. Ann Wilson
 

Matthew Johnson posted on 5/13/22
I am so sorry to hear about your mother. She was a great lady. She will be missed by many.
 

Joe Japuntich posted on 5/13/22
I have known Donny since he started welding at Barber-Greene and then as I was working driving Ready Mix for Ozinga and then for Prairie .It was always a joy to see Donny on the big jobs , his smiling face and great attitude. I alway liked Don he was a good man and a good friend . You are all in my prayers.
 

Robin Latman posted on 5/13/22
Mrs. LaChance always had a welcoming smile and a great laugh. She was so nice to this new friend Russ talked about from college. She passed the house phone to him many times - yes, house phone - remember the time before cell phones! I will always remember her dedication to family and friends. Her generous nature and her love of cardinals. Thank you, Mrs. LaChance for the gift of your son in my life. May your memory be for a blessing.
 

Debra Metcalf posted on 5/12/22
We played Euchre with Wayne at a few Different places he was a great man Me & My Mom so he will be missed.
 

Rita Rios posted on 5/12/22
So sorry to hear of Audrey's passing. My heart goes out to you all. I have so many fond memories of your mom. Through our contact w/ mutual friends but mostly through Bristol Grade School where I was the secretary for 25 years and we were envolved with PTO, fun fairs, making crafts at her house, etc. and of course her being a nurse. God bless you all. Cherish the memories.
 

Patricia Lofthouse posted on 5/12/22
I taught with Amy at Churchill Elementary. She was always very professional and at the top of her game. Her students were very lucky to have her as their teacher. My sincere sympathies are extended to her family. Pat Lofthouse, LRC
 

Frank & Carol McKeever posted on 5/11/22
We are so sorry to hear of Audrey's passing and wish to send our sympathy and prayers to her family. She and Duane were special friends for so many years. We wish you all comfort and strength.
 

Karen Deutsch posted on 5/11/22
I will miss my dear friend, Amy. We shared a close friendship and the love of teaching first grade. When I confided in Amy about personal or professional situations she always had a way of comforting me with her compassion and wisdom. I'm grateful for having her as my friend. Remembering my dear Amy's wonderful and gentle soul will forever remain in my heart. May God give strength, comfort and peace to Tim, Sarah, Katie, Ryan, all of Amy's family and to those who love her.
 

Leatha Reynolds Pierce posted on 5/11/22
Amy was a wonderful teacher and dear colleague. I worked with her at Boulder Hill Elementary School when I taught 4th grade. She dearly loved her students and her classroom burst with love and creativity. I remember substituting for her for a day. I loved being in her room and enjoyed getting to know her students and sharing the lessons she lovingly created. Anyone who knew Amy will miss her sweet smile and her passion for teaching. She gave 100% of herself to everything she did. I am so sorry to learn that she left us too soon in her life. Please accept my sincere condolences. I too will grieve with you. Leatha (Reynolds Aros) Pierce
 

Terese Wills (Formerly Green) posted on 5/10/22
I am so sorry to hear this news. Many years ago I worked with Amy at Dial in Montgomery. She always had such a happy disposition and a great sense of humor. When you had your first child, we had a surprise shower for you at my home. I haven't seen her in many years but I have many fond memories of Amy.
 

Holly (Marshall) Vermaire posted on 5/10/22
I’m so sorry to hear of Amy’s passing! I had the great opportunity of teaching with Amy at Boulder Hill Elementary many years back. It was my first year ever teaching and Amy supported me through it. I loved her caring, kind heart and never forgot her, even after moving back to Michigan for a teaching job. She was an amazing woman! I’ll be praying for God’s loving comfort for her family at this difficult time.
 

Cindy Kelly posted on 5/10/22
Amy was a great party planner, she would just kind of tell what to bring to party or picnic, no discussion was involved . The event would always come off great! She worked hard & always cared! Her focus was on family & their well being even close to her passing. She still had a sparkle in her eye when looking at her Husband & my brother Tim. I cherish the memories from our visits in the last month or so. Love, Your Sister-In-Law Cindy
 

Cheryl Frey posted on 5/10/22
Love you Sis!
 

 
Dawnie posted on 5/8/22
HAPPIEST of MOTHER'S Day Mom! You are NEVER forgottrn! Love; Your FAVORITE Daughter, Dawn
 

 
Barry and Cheryl Morehouse posted on 5/7/22
Rest in peace Genevieve
 

Richard and Adrienne Kessler posted on 5/4/22
We are so saddened by the news of Therese’s passing. She was such a good friend and we shared so many good times and memories. Our deepest condolences to all her family. She was so proud of you and always had news and photos to share. Rest In Peace dear friend. Our love and prayers go with you!
 

 
Bonnie Skiba posted on 5/1/22
May you rest in peace, dear cousin.
 

 
Carole E. Maple posted on 5/1/22
I will always remember Philip. His family was a major part of my high school days and they made a huge difference in my life. When Philip was born and his family would visit my family on our farm, I could hardly wait to hold him and carry him around in my arms. He was a chubby 'lil guy and so cute. Through the years I haven't seen him due to living in California, but I know he was the kind of guy who would love his entire family with all of his heart.
 

Mike Ryan posted on 5/1/22
Sincere condolences to Jodie and the whole Peterson family. Philip was always kind and seemed to have a smile every time I met him. He will be missed.
 

 
Mickey posted on 4/30/22
 

Mickey posted on 4/30/22
I miss you everyday and I love you so much bro...til we meet again
 

Heather Evers posted on 4/30/22
My deepest condolences to the family. My father, Roger Berg, was a friend and former coworker of Phil's. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
 

Michael Mitchell posted on 4/30/22
I knew Phil from my days at The ISTHA, he was always with a smile and witty remarks about life working on the tollway.. May he rest in peace and may his family accept my condolences.
 

Pat Yonke posted on 4/30/22
Yvonne was a wonderful person who always had a smile! Our condolences from the Berlin HIgh School Class of 1967.
 

Cindy Monsess posted on 4/30/22
Oh the memories. So many laughs and some tears. Philip made my Senior year easier by being a good friend always. When your fiance is in Viet Nam it was such a comfort to be able to vent to Phooper. Love to all the Peterson's.
 

Jean Evans posted on 4/29/22
My deepest condolences to Philip's family. I had not seen him in decades but remember him so well and fondly (as being from my class, Waterman High School Class of 1971). My deepest condolences. Jean Evans
 

George Millspaugh posted on 4/29/22
My condolences to the family, Philip was a great musician and friend.
 

 
The ODell Family--Stephen, Clare,Lauren and Keeley posted on 4/29/22
Our hearts go out to you, my brother Jeff, in your time of sorrow! Yvonne will remain in our hearts forever! " I know for certain that we never lose the people we love,even with death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories.' --Leo Buscaglia
 

Sands and Lou Uridil posted on 4/28/22
Our brother-in-law was the best we could have had. He was so loving and giving with always a helping hand. He had a great sr se of humor. We really missed him as part of his family as he he said he missed us too, last year. So sad we couldn’t be informed of his passing or get to be part of his life any more. We loved him. He will be missed by us and his nieces.
 

Sands and Lou Uridil posted on 4/28/22
Best brother-in -law anyone could have had. He was a loving, giving person with a great sense of humor and we loved him so much. He has been so missed as part of our family
 

Sylvia Mae Deremer posted on 4/27/22
I have known Yvonne for such a long time sorry I haven't been there for you in a while you were one super amazing woman I loved you dearly and will miss you. You could beat most people at pool and there is nobody that could cook most any thing like you. My girls loved your Mac and cheese
 

Katie posted on 4/27/22
The few times I met with Mrs. Davies as a student, I felt so understood, cared for, and heard, and that was exactly what I needed at the time. I wish I would have been able to meet with her more often but I do value the few times I did meet with her throughout my years as a student of SMS. My heart goes out to her family and friends.
 

Diane Wickens posted on 4/27/22
I did not know Sandy very well. I do remember seeing her in her office or coming into the building some mornings. I just wanted to say I hope your family feels comfort and peace at this time. I heard her speak at times and she seemed like a very gentle and caring person. I wish I would have known her better. I am so glad we had someone who was willing to make such an impact on our school, our students and in the community in which we live.
 

 
Penny Bevard posted on 4/27/22
I work with Yvonne and became good friends she always be in my heart and will miss her
 

 
Mary Vail Jones posted on 4/26/22
Let the light shine upon you Yvonne.May you now be free of pain and rest peaceful
 

Teresa Baunach posted on 4/25/22
We spent so many years raising our children together, Sandy. We had stories that we shared and made so many memories together. You made me feel so important with the sweetness that you showed me throughout the years. Thank you for sharing Madison with me for so many years. She is a special girl to us all. You will always be in my heart. Love you.
 

Larry G Jent posted on 4/24/22
Sandy battled against incredible odds with a good heart and a positive outlook. She faced difficulties on a daily basis that would have devastated lesser souls. Jess has been a rock for her and she loved and supported him.
 

Beth M posted on 4/24/22
Our sympathy and prayers go out to all of his family. Mr. Bailey had first had my son in middle school last year as he was new to the district. I was so thankful how he looked out for him and gave us a heads up during parent teacher conference about watching out for the "friends" our son was surrounding himself with as far as who were really his friends or who was just using him for kicks. That is a special teacher to reach out and look for the underdog. Thank you, thank you! You are in our prayers.
 

Carol Kimmey posted on 4/24/22
It was indeed an honor and privilege to work with Sandy at The Sandwich Middle School. She was a positive influence for the students and staff. Sending my sincere heartfelt condolences.
 

Kat Sgiers posted on 4/24/22
I remember when Sandy first came to Sandwich Middle School. She was introduced at a faculty meeting and I naturally I couldn't remember her name for anything. I would refer to her as the "nice social worker with the squeaky voice." Over time I learned her name but she laughed when I would call her squeaky Sandy. What a sweet, kind, and compassionate friend! I enjoyed all the lunches on early release days and the talks about how to best help a specific student. My heart and hugs go out to her family. I'm grateful for her friendship and am thankful she is out of pain.
 

Julia Serrano (Soplanda in highschool) posted on 4/23/22
Mr.Bailey was the best teacher i ever had. He was so friendly, incredibally intelligent and above all? just a good man. When i was in 8th grade...i was obsessed with the JFK assasination so id stay after school talking to Mr.Bailey about it and wed talk all the conspiracys and what not! when i was in 11th grade? i was really into the vietman war, so again id stay after school and talk to Mr.Bailey about it and hed give me books and vhs's (mind you this was like 1999/2000 lmao) about the war that i could read/watch! In 12th grade he too liked the show "survivor" as much as me and claire did so on fridays? hed make that a "study hall". Thurs nights hed record the episode of survivor, bring it in on friday so the 3 of us could watch it together!!!! He was the class of 2001s teacher we chose to speak on our behalf and he showed up wearing survivor gear and gave a speech how we "survived" high school!!!! and man i could write a BOOK on how much fun senior trip was!!!!! He was one of a kind and there will never be ANYONE like him. I am so heartbroken...my love and prayers go out to the Bailey family....he was so loved by everyone. Williams Bay highschool was what it was BECAUSE of him!! im gonna miss you so much Mr.Bailey!!!
 

Moriah Nettesheim posted on 4/23/22
I am very sure he thought I was crazy. Every time he would hear me say something in class he would start to ask and say, “You know what? I don’t wanna know!!” If I was especially hyper in class, I would raise my hand to answer a question and he would point at me and say, “Nope! Not you.” I remember one time in senior year, I was in a lot of pain and feeling extra spicy one morning. I was talking to one of my friends before class while waiting for him to walk in when I decided to say, “I wish I had a gerbil to chew off my ankle.” Naturally he had just walked in from behind me. He stopped with a look of confused disbelief and said, “WHAT!?” I started to repeat what I said and he just waved his hands above his head, it was first period and he wasn’t ready for my brand of weird yet and shouted all the way to the front of the classroom, “I DON’T WANT TO KNOW!!!” He was one of my favorite teachers. He put up with my weird and was kind and understanding when I was serious. He understood that my comedy was to help me deal with my anxiety and PTSD. High school was hard for me…but he helped to make it fun.
 

 
Suzanne posted on 4/23/22
Sandy will be dearly missed by all her friends and family. Love and prayers Suzanne, Jason, Shannon and Alex
 

John & Halina Marra - Williams Ba, WI posted on 4/23/22
I shall always cherish the friendship shared with Jeff, and the days of being a co-worker with him at WBHS, he was truly a man of exemplary character and a devoted teacher to his students and a well respected member of the teaching staff. He toched many lives of the students who loved him and who were made better and stronger men and women in thier individual lives because of his teaching, he will be well remembered always and the halls of WBHS and the lives of those of us honored to call him "friend" will surely have a void going forward due to his untimely passing. Our most sincere condolences and prayers go out to his wife and children at this sad and difficult time. We were honored to attend his celebration of life today at WBHS and we know Jeff heard every word of those who spoke of his life they truly spoke volumes as to the Man, Husband, Father and Friend Jeff was, we shall ALL miss him among us.
 

Jessica Anne Buenzow posted on 4/23/22
Sending all of my love and prayers to y'all during this time & after. Loving y'all always
 

Scott and Lynn posted on 4/23/22
John, Paul, Bri, Jessie, and Erin and families. Our thoughts and prayer are with you from afar this time as we embrace this loss and passing of mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, and aunt. We know the caring hearts you have that bridged the time since Jathys passing and thank you for that loving and caring example in Christ's love. In Christ, Scott and Lynn
 

 
Brenda posted on 4/22/22
I will miss our casino trips, my history lessons, but most of all, our talks. I'm so glad that I had you in my life even though it was only a few short years. You will be so missed!!!
 

Deb Mendell posted on 4/22/22
It was so great to meet Connie through living and working on the turkey farm. She was always so much fun and filled with laughter and had a smile that could brighten up a room in a heartbeat. She will truly be missed. My prayers and love to the family now and always.
 

David and Pat Volkman posted on 4/21/22
Dear Ones, we are with you in spirit through this time of grief and sadness. My health does not allow us to attend gatherings in this Covid time. We wished we could be there. We've followed your family's journey as well as we could through Connie's illness and have been hoping and praying for her recovery. It was not to be. We're so sorry and sad. We know how active she was and how many ways she helped others. We will miss her. We have given to the Community Garden that she loved in hopes that her work will go on. David and I send our wish for you to find peace in the happy memories you have of Connie. She was a very special lady and our friend. Pat and David Volkman
 

Terri Jennings posted on 4/21/22
Our deepest condolences to you John and your family. May Ernestine rest in the eternal light of Peace. Larry and Terri Jennings
 

Matt Vice posted on 4/21/22
What an amazing role model Jeff(Mr and Coach to me then) was to me when I was growing up. An amazing teacher and an even better person to look up to. Jeff was my junior varsity coach for basketball. Taught me teamwork, leadership, and humility. We had some great times together and I knew he was always looking out for me. Jeff was also the organizer of the senior class trips to Washington DC. One of the great memories of the years in my high school. He made sure to let us all have just the right amount of fun. The biggest Star Wars fan I’ve ever known. I built him a millennium falcon to hang in his classroom. I always made sure to pop in and see him on my very infrequent visits back to the high school. The falcon. Still flying strong! Rest In Peace. Thoughts and prayers to all including Maggie (Mrs Bailey to me) and the rest of his family.
 

 
Sheri Coffey posted on 4/21/22
Joe and Lyssa so sorry to hear about your loss, my thoughts and prayers are with you both..
 

 
Jodi karlson posted on 4/21/22
My heart is broken this world just doesn’t have enough people like Mr. Bailey!! Both of our children had him as a teacher and he Always made learning Fun!! His joy and Humor just filled a room!! Will never forget his bright orange high tops at graduation and his love for everyone of his kids. I’m so very sorry for this incredible loss and my prayers go out to his family. Thank you for sharing him with so many of us and Always know he is in your heart Forever ❤️Until we meet again my friend.
 

 
Heather posted on 4/21/22
Pops you will be missed…. Thank you for all the stories….
 

Chase L Hegedus posted on 4/21/22
Mr. Bailey was an amazing teacher and O love being able to experience being in his class. One of my best memories of Williams Bay was going to school every day and talking to him
 

Scott Howard posted on 4/21/22
Gurney, My family and I are thinking about you and praying for you. If you need anything, please don't be afraid to ask.
 

Cori Niemuth posted on 4/21/22
Maggie, Erin, and Matthew- My most sincere thoughts, love, and prayers are with you each day. I am so sorry for your loss. I remember how easy going he was when I got my master's degree with him back in 2000. When I had both Erin and Matthew in my 3rd grade class, he was always proud, but light hearted during conference time. He was such a great all around guy. What a positive role model for his own children and all of his students. Sending warm hugs and condolences to you.
 

Tanya vilanj posted on 4/21/22
Mr Bailey was an amazing man/role model. My kids were extremely fond of him. Antonio even asked me to buy a few extra old fashioned sodas while on vacay in NC last Oct so he could gift the bottles to Mr Bailey. He told me that was something he collected. The jokes he told about KayLee when I’d see him always had me laughing ! Our Hearts go out to Mrs Bailey and the entire family. He will be missed greatly and never forgotten.
 

 
Mina (Walter) Seaton posted on 4/21/22
Living next door to Uncle Frank, Aunt Neva and Connie from the time I was born, I knew Connie quite literally all my life so picking one memory from our youth was difficult, but this one will stand out in my memory forever. When Connie and Gurney were married my friend Sheila and I sang Sunrise Sunset and The Lord's Prayer. It was a warm day and the church windows were open. During one of the songs, a fly landed on my face. I was a bit freaked out, but I kept singing while terrified that the fly would end up in my mouth. Thankfully, it flew off, much to my relief. Later, my Uncle Joe, never one to let a good opportunity for teasing pass by him, gave us a rather detailed description of what he envisioned would have happened had the fly crawled into my mouth. He had me laughing so hard I was in tears. What a precious memory.
 

Elaine Sellenheim posted on 4/21/22
When I began teaching in Williams Bay in 2010, I was most worried about directing musicals- specifically how to build a set. One day in the summer I was working in my office, and a man came in and asked, 'Do you need someone to build your set for the musicals?' and I almost started to cry I was so relieved. That was Jeff! I could not have done a musical without him. He was a true mentor to me. When I had health issues, he even ran rehearsals and would keep things going with the musical. At the end of each musical, I would give him a Lowe's gift card for him to use personally.... and each time he would use the gift card to buy tools and materials for the next musical at the school. That is Jeff- hardworking, selfless, dedicated, and caring. When I was upset about an issue with a parent, Jeff gave me some of the best advice I have ever been given and that I still share with people today. When bees infested our downspouts and I told him about it, he came to our house that evening to help us. Jeff had an impact on me that I will treasure forever. Maggie, Erin, and Matt- Jeff loved you so much. I hope the memories will help to sustain you in this terrible time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

Anne Leventry posted on 4/21/22
Pauli, I am so very sorry for your loss. I know how hard it is to lose your mother and my thoughts are with you now. I will also pray for you that you are able to heal and that in time the memories of her and the love you shared will provide comfort.
 

Suzie Theis Lawrence posted on 4/20/22
Salt and Pepper...This represents the close love and friendship between the Paschali and Theis kids, from childhood forward to today. So many of us "matched" in age, and none were closer than "sister" Jeannie and "brother" Frank...both born a year apart on Church Road. I still see them running between our homes through the backyards, having acres and acres of natural and planted fields to enjoy. Jeannie was an adorable "little sister" who grew into a beautiful bride, proud wife, loving mother and ecstatic grandmother, and caring nurse and wonderful "dog mom". Jeannie was a kind and warm-hearted woman who, like all of us, made her mistakes in life but worked her butt off to resolve that which she could fix. Just days before her tired heart led her to Jacob and her Mom and Dad, Jeannie posted an adorable picture of her grandson, who I can imagine was loved as much as her grand daughters! Nan, Chuck, Julie, Susie, Mare, Bob, and Cammy, my heart , love and prayers are with you all.
 

John McEnroe posted on 4/20/22
Dear Rick and Family, We are so sorry to hear of Jeannie’s passing. She was always such a kind and warm person. The Walshes and Paschalis are in our prayers. John and Jane McEnroe
 

Jim Williams posted on 4/20/22
So very sad to hear this news. Connie was a sweet lady and my wife and I always enjoyed chatting with her when bowling with Gurney. Prayers for all friends and family.
 

Jim posted on 4/20/22
So sad to hear this news. Sending Prayers for Gurney and all friends and family of Connie. I always enjoyed talking gardening with her while bowling with Gurney. She will be missed.
 

Maggie Bohr Robinson posted on 4/19/22
I’m so sorry to hear of Jeannie’s passing. I know she’s rocking baby Jacob and in the comfort of God’s arms. We had lots of fun in high school and working at The old McCauley with her mom and the old nuns. We went to Ripon College together and both became nurses. Lots of great memories. She loved her family immensely and was always happiest when her kids were happy. May you all find comfort in your memories. Prayers and hugs to you all. ❤️
 

Robert Frye posted on 4/19/22
To the Tilton Family: I do remember your Mom fairly well. I was the counselor for all of you I think and you can always tell a lot about parents from their children. You were all special in your own unique way and a pleasure to have known when you were in high school. Your Mom lived a long life but our parents' lives are never long enough for us. Although her body has departed, your Mom will always be with you. Never forget that. As long as there is a "you" there will be a "her." Your Old Counselor, Mr. Frye
 

Connie Lederer posted on 4/19/22
Was one sweet lady. Prayers for her family during this difficult time
 

Kris Calvert posted on 4/19/22
I am so very sorry for your loss. Jeannie was a wonderful caregiver for my mom. They became very close, very quickly. Jeannie had a warm, caring, loving heart. I could tell that her calling was to care for others. May you find peace in knowing how much we adored her. She will be missed terribly.
 

Joel Recchia posted on 4/19/22
One of the sweetest, nicest, kindest, person I knew. Always willing to give and do the “little extras” for everyone. Heartland Bank will miss our Halloween haybales and decorations.
 

Sue James Borowiak posted on 4/19/22
I’m so sorry for the loss of such a person of strength and kindness. We knew each other for more years then I’d like to admit. But we always picked up where we left off tge last time we spoke. She helped me just recently with my mom when she was helping at the nursing home my mom was. Hugs to all!
 

Sue James Borowiak posted on 4/19/22
I’m so sorry for your loss . I’ve know Jeannie for more years than I want to admit . We saw or spoke occasionally through the years. But we always picked up right where we left off! Hugs to all!
 

Andrea Warden posted on 4/19/22
Sending our deepest sympathies! Jeannie was a wonderful, dedicated, loving Caregiver for us! She went above and beyond and loved her job and clients. It breaks all of our hearts. She will greatly be missed!! We are grateful for our time with her! May you Rest In Peace! All of Us @ Kind Companions
 

Sandra DIxon posted on 4/19/22
My sincere condolences to the Family
 

 
Patti & Ketch Tebbit ❤️ posted on 4/19/22
I’m so sorry for your loss. Jeannie will be greatly missed. Let your memories and love of family help you through this difficult time.
 

Michael posted on 4/19/22
Rest in peace Connie. You were an amazing person and I am thankful for all the time we spent together whether it was at family events or working on the turkey farm. You were loved by so many people and be forever missed.
 

 
Patti & Ketch Tebbit posted on 4/19/22
I’m so sorry for your loss. Jennie will be greatly missed. May your wonderful memories and family help you through this sad time
 

Nora Arch posted on 4/19/22
My deepest condolences to the family.. May she rest in peace.
 

Bonnie posted on 4/19/22
SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT BETTY HER AND I WOULD TALK ALMOST EVERYDAY I WOULD WALK DOWN BY HER HOUSE AND STOP IN AND WE WOULD TALK ABOUT THE DAY
 

Kathy Feringa posted on 4/19/22
Gurney, Thea, Pauli and family - My deepest condolences to all of you. Connie was such a generous, talented lady. I treasure the quilt she gave me as a gift, have enjoyed all of the baked goods shared with us over the years, and working side by side with her to prepare the boxes for the service men a couple years ago was a pleasure. She never minced words but also wasn't unkind. She loved all of you, it was very evident. She will be greatly missed. I'm so sorry for your loss.
 

Donna (May) Jacobs posted on 4/19/22
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your sister Jeannie. My sincere condolences to you, Sue, Julie and Cammy and all of your family. May she rest in peace.
 

Andrea Yackley posted on 4/19/22
I am truly sorry for the loss of Jeanette. May God always be with her family and friends who loved her so much.
 

LaShawn shaw posted on 4/19/22
Sending my deepest condolences to the family!!! R.I.P
 

Darlene Jeffers posted on 4/18/22
Rest in pease Connie Hatter.You were a wonderful person & friend to everyone.You made Our bowling league years ago so much fun.You go plant you a great big garden in Heaven.I’m sure it will be the best one there,Anyone that knew you will surly miss you.I’m honored to call you a long ago friend.Love you
 

Jeff Garrett posted on 4/18/22
Chas and Thea and Pauli…just really sorry to hear about Connie. Will always remember how generous and kind Connie was to me, and everyone else around. Prayers going up for all of you in this really difficult time. Connie will definitely always be missed.
 

 
Jason Brach posted on 4/18/22
Dinner at the Hatter's house with green bean casserole with real bacon bits.
 

Jenny Cox posted on 4/18/22
Our hearts are sad to hear of Connie passing. She was a great lady, a friend and all around great person. We were their bowling partners for many years. She will be dearly missed by so many. Gurney, Thea and Pauli we send our deepest love to you and your families. Friends forever Jim, Jenny , Andy Cox and Kimberly Philbin.♥️
 

Maureen Hardekopf posted on 4/16/22
I was so sorry to hear about the passing of Rita! She and I were friends in our early teens and sadly, we then went in different directions. But I have so many wonderful memories of Rita, and I have no doubt she touched many lives during her life. My condolences to Jerry and Judy. Maureen (Michels) Hardekopf
 

Sanchez, Cavazos Family posted on 4/13/22
Our heartfelt condolences to the family of Pomposo Mendez, our love goes out to his family at this difficult time. What we remember most about him was his wonderful smile and his kindness. He will be missed by all who knew him. Our thoughts and prayers are with each member of the family.
 

 
Paula ( Usry) Christiansen posted on 4/13/22
I am sorry for your loss.
 

Harriett Macy posted on 4/13/22
Matt and all your family, so very sorry to hear of your moms passing,she was indeed a wonderful loving lady loved by all who knew her, did not know your dad had passed also, I'm sure they r enjoying Gods lovely home and watching over all of u, hugs to u
 

Kathy Diller posted on 4/13/22
Kris I am so sorry for your loss!! My prayers are with you & your family.
 

Tara Bakker posted on 4/13/22
Jackie, I only knew of you through Mel, but you were such a kind and gentle woman. May you Rest In Peace and may your soul and mind be free now. Many hugs to the rest of the family and my sincerest condolences.
 

 
Jim Prombo posted on 4/13/22
A kind and gracious Lady, loving wife, and proud mother and grandmother. Loved in the community of Morrison. Now joyfully reunited with Ted in the Lord's arms.
 

Michele Bennett posted on 4/11/22
So sorry for your loss Kris, I knew her as Jean and didn't realize. Sending Hugs to you and family ❤
 

Monica posted on 4/10/22
Tenemos un vacío en nuestro corazones por el fallecimiento de mi abuelo. Muchos bonitos recuerdos de mi infancia llegando a su casa en mi bici, ahí jugando con mis primos y primas y conviviendo con la familia. Abuelo, fuistes un hombre ejemplar, un hombre de fue y muy trabajador. Gracias por todos estos años que nos ayudó, por sus consejos, por su sonrisa y ser tan lindo. Porfavor siga guiándonos hasta el cielo y denos la fuerza. Lo vamos extrañar. Lo queremos mucho. ❤
 

John Christofferson, Chicago, IL posted on 4/10/22
It was such a joy to know and work with Doreen, and I am saddened to learn of her passing. My deepest sympathy to Glenn and Kim and Troy as well as her many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. May the knowledge that she brought joy to so many young people ease the pain of losing her too soon.
 

Donna Fair Knighton posted on 4/10/22
Kris & Family I am so so sorry for your loss. So so many memories of growing up on Morton Ave. Jean always treated me as if I was her own. Kris my forever and life long friend my heart is with you as you face the uncertain days, I love you very very much…
 

Donna Knighton posted on 4/10/22
Kris & Family So many many memories and weekends spent with Jean, growing up on Morton Ave I always felt she loved me as her own. I know you all will miss her dearly.. To my dearest and life long friend (Kris) my heart is there with you. I love you dearly..
 

 
linda hansen (Kioebge) posted on 4/10/22
Knew Greg through my brothers. Fondest memories are recent years when Greg & Angie would join us for the Kioebge/Gunn family gathering in the fall. Alway enjoyed seeing them & had loads of fun
 

Dan & Kathy Hunt posted on 4/10/22
Scott and Sue and all the Kahl family, we always enjoyed the times we were with your Dad and you. Our thoughts and condolences are with you all. Keep strong together. Dan and Kathy
 

Kimberlydaigh posted on 4/7/22
Henry was one of a kind person who loved his friends and was a stand up Guy so intelligent and loved his work.I would like to express my condolences to his family Deborah and Shelly and his dear friends.I knew him 41 years and he was the best of us...
 

Shannon Romozzi posted on 4/6/22
You were the answer to my prayers. Now you are an angel. I miss you my dear friend!
 

Mike Romozzi posted on 4/6/22
We will miss you Elaine ! You found us as we needed you ;-))
 

Amber M Towne posted on 4/5/22
Mommy, I hope you are at peace in heaven with all your loved ones lost before you. I hope that Shadow was there to great you. You were my best friend and partner in crime. I don’t know what I’m going to do without you. I will carry on your legacy forever! I love you more than words can say and I’m going to miss you so much! Until we meet again, I’ll see you in my dreams! I love you to the moon and back!
 

Sammy Casalenda posted on 4/5/22
Our deep , and heart felt sympathy to the entire Hausner Family On the loss of a Husband, Father, Grandpa, and a Great Man. May God's Healing, and Comforting Hands reach out to comfort You ALL during this difficult time. May Mr. Hausner's Soul, and all the Souls of the faithfully departed Rest in Peace. May You all find Peace as well. All Our Love, Thoughts, and Prayers. Love, Sammy- Cindy- Corbin Casalenda ✌❤
 

Larry L Leque posted on 4/4/22
My sympathies to the family, and I'm sorry for the loss to the family.
 

Rick Hill posted on 4/4/22
I just heard of Mary's passing. So sorry to hear. She was a great lady and I wish my most sincere condolences to Dale, Bill, Ron & their families.
 

Tom Peterson posted on 4/4/22
Mary Woodworth was a wonderful person and one of the many people that kept me in line as a young man growing up in Yorkville. My thoughts and prayers are with the Woodworth family today.
 

Sharon Dawley posted on 4/4/22
Mary, Steve, Tommy, We will forever treasure the Memories that we have of this great man! We want to express our very deepest Sympathies to all of you! Gods hand was surely extended to welcome him to his Heavenly Home!
 

KARLA JUBELT posted on 4/3/22
SHARON & KEELY, YOU ALL WERE GREAT NEIGHBORS OF SUNBURY, OH TO MY LATE PARENTS..DICK WILL BE GREATLY MISSED. GRACIOUS MAN ON EARTH. GOD BLESS YOU BOTH.
 

Melodie O'Leary posted on 4/3/22
Mike, Rita, Danyel, and Kahl family, Ron and I are so sorry to hear about the loss of your father/grandfather. Please accept our deepest condolences. You will be in our prayers. Ron and Melodie O'Leary
 

phyllis patek posted on 4/3/22
Steve, Tom, Mary Thinking of you with sympathy. Phyllis Patek
 

Dawn E/ Bieber posted on 4/2/22
HAPPIEST of YOUR day Mom! Be certain you are NEVER forgotten! Thoughts and your recipes keep you near. Love you Mom you great gam gal YOU!
 

Wayne Valentine posted on 4/2/22
Condolence to Larry Hausner's wife Mary and family. It was an honor to serve with him on the sheriff's department. Larry was my hunting buddy for many years. WE will miss him & his phone calls. Save me a deer stand in the happy hunting ground. Wayne & Pauline Valentine
 

Larry Lollar posted on 4/2/22
Always great with us kids and a life long friend to my dad (Fritz Smith). Always a smile and a laugh.
 

Mitt and Annette Voss posted on 4/1/22
Words may not suffice to express the heartfelt sorrow that we feel for the passing of your father. Please accept our condolences. You all, were blessed with such a kind, special father. His memory lives forever through you.
 

Thom Schindel posted on 3/31/22
Rita was my best friend . She was always there for those close to her. While my mother was I'll before she passed, Rita stayed with her one night so our family could rest. I worked with Rita at Mercy and at Good Samaritian. Hospital. She was a great friend and loving soul. Rita I will miss you. My heart is broken but our memories will live on. Love you! Thom
 

John & Halina Marra posted on 3/31/22
Dear Tom and Family, We were so deeply sorry to hear of your dad's passing and send our deepest condolences to each of you at this sad and difficult time. May God embrace you all as you now prepare for the sad and difficult days ahead. The legacy left behind by your loving Father we know will live on with each of you always and forever as you remember his presence in your lives and the lives of the many he touched in his service to our country as a proud and brave US Marine and the citizens of Walworth County as a ranking Deputy Sheriff. May God welcome him into the kingdom of heaven for eternity.
 

Ron and Judi Person posted on 3/31/22
With all our Love and Prayers to The Lieutenants Family. I saluted him in life, and now in death. Tom (Snater), Steve our lives have been intwined via your father for so many years , May God Bless your families and the whole family and bring you all comfort in This Time of Loss.
 

Jodie Porep posted on 3/31/22
As a teenager, he always had a smile or joke every time I saw him. I will always have that memory of Mr H. That smile will always be in my heart. My thoughts and prayers to the family at this time.
 

Clay Hansen posted on 3/31/22
I had the privilege of working at the sheriff’s office with Larry for several years. He was a great leader and a good guy.
 

MaryLu Krueger posted on 3/30/22
The first time I saw you at the VFW, you lit up the room. With your smile and your energy, you could tell you were loved by all. I am very fortunate that I had the honor of meeting someone so special, so full of life. I am proud to say you were my friend and I am sorry that I will never see you on Wednesdays anymore. But one thing I know for sure, and that is that your presence will be felt every week and you will be missed by a room full of people whose lives you touched. Rest in Peace sweet soul.❤❤
 

Terry and Elise Clancy posted on 3/29/22
So sorry for your loss Prayers for you and your family We remember Mike as a friendly spirit
 

Laurie Walsh posted on 3/29/22
Where do I start, my heart has been flooded with memories the last couple days. Always a warm and welcoming smile, his great teddy bear hugs, his love of history. He was always so interested in my military career. When I would visit he would ask me tons of questions. I can hear him say, “Now Laurie tell me about…..” Ted will truly be missed by our family. Rest In Peace my dear cousin, we will take care of your beautiful bride.
 

Sandy Murphy posted on 3/23/22
Jerry & Judy, So sorry to hear about Rita! She was so sweet! I was in the Class of '74 at ACC. I worked with you Jerry at Aurora Federal. Thinking of you at this very sad time
 

Jeff Knowles posted on 3/22/22
Kathy and I send our condolences to the Miller family. I worked many times with Rick (and Peggy!) on jobs through the 37 years I knew him. I'm very saddened by this news. We hope you can stay strong through this difficult time.
 

 
Paul & Teeny Kopkowski posted on 3/20/22
Our heartfelt condolences to the Bossov Family.
 

Candy Roake posted on 3/20/22
What can Dave and I say about Bob..a true genuine down to earth guy.. Everytime I would come to visit my husband at FE Wheaton he would greet with that wonderful smile and addicting laugh of his. If it wasn't for Bob and his family I never would've met my husband. My thoughts and prayers to all of his family and if you should need anything at all you can count on us...we will truly miss Bob. All our love...Dave and Candy Roake
 

 
Jackie Sawyer posted on 3/19/22
My sweet, sweet Aunt Marie will be missed by so many of us! She was always so up and happy and a caretaker for all of us at times! I live in Arkansas but I always look forward to calling my Aunt Marie because she made me feel like the most special person in the world! All the years I have come home to visit I always make sure to go see her and my Uncle Fred! We lived right next-door our whole childhood so spent so so many hours with my cousins and spending the night and she always made me feel so loved and welcomed in her home and in her heart. She will always have a very special place in my heart!!! I will be praying for all of you to find peace and comfort after the loss of such a beautiful soul! Love you all dearly! Jackie Sawyer, niece
 

 
Kappos Family posted on 3/18/22
Our deepest condolences are with you at this time. You have our unwavering support & we wish you lots of Love & Courage at this time of sorrow. May God Rest William's Soul.
 

Barbara O'Block posted on 3/17/22
Susan may loving memories of Bill bring a smile to your lips . . . and to your heart.
 

Ardis Peterson posted on 3/17/22
Fred & Family My sympathy to you on the loss of Marie. My thoughts and prayers go out to you. I enjoyed working with Marie at the Veterans Day Dinners and other VFW Auxiliary events in Plattville. She was such a nice and fun person.
 

Dianne Nenne posted on 3/16/22
Dear Kay and family, We are so very sorry for your loss of Dwayne. We have many great memories we have shared with both of you. You will be in our thoughts and prayers. May your sweet memories serve as a comfort for you in the coming days. Love Dick and Dianne
 

Dianne Nenne posted on 3/16/22
Dear Kay and family, We are so very sorry for you loss of Dwayne. We have fond memories of our breakfast, dinners, and motorcycle rides with you both. Kay, you, and family will be in our thoughts and prayers. May your memories serve as comfort to you all. Love Dick and Dianne
 

Bill, Rose and Billy Wayne posted on 3/16/22
To know her was to love her. We’ll love you always, Marie. Bill, Rose and Billy
 

Linda Davidek posted on 3/16/22
Heart felt prayers go out to the family. He was a good man and well loved. I am sure he is up there now sharing his war stories with my mom.
 

 
SANDRA STONE posted on 3/15/22
Bill was a wonderful man, I met him through Linda. He will truly be missed. My prayers are with Linda and the family and friends. Gods peace.
 

Kim and Jon pierce posted on 3/15/22
We are so sorry for your loss. Our condolences to Kay and family. We know he will be missed. He was a special man.
 

Jim and Laura freer posted on 3/15/22
Our deepest condolences to Kay and family.
 

John Ady posted on 3/15/22
Bill and I first met at Proviso H.S. where we both played on the football team for Coach Andy Puplis. When Bill put on that Blue & White PtHS uniform he became a tiger as he was a great starting lineman. Always cheerful, intelligent and an all around nice guy. He will be missed by all his family and friends. John Ady COL {USA Ret) PTHS ‘58
 

Dennis Militello posted on 3/15/22
Bill and I and three other graduates of Proviso high school entered the Army in July of 1957. We would talk about the remaining group after Nick Bruno passed in 2012. A few years later, Rocky Rotolo passed and then Paul Marotti passed a couple of years ago. Bill would mention that it was up to him and me to keep the Army memories alive whenever we communicated. Now it is up to me to remember those good times and the not so good times we all experienced in the Army together. I will do my best to keep those memories in my life in the future. And I believe we will all meet again someday. My warmest condolences to Linda and the rest of Bill’s family.
 

Maggie Ackland posted on 3/11/22
Susie, I was so sorry to hear about Rich. My heart and prayers are with you and all the kids during this time. I'm sorry I don't have a way to reach you any other way at this time. I still remember his smile and friendliness when we placed grandpa in Golden Years. I also remember being a flower girl in your wedding all those years ago.
 

 
Carlos and Dorene Medina posted on 3/11/22
Prayers for strength and healing in this time of loss.
 

Sonette Tippens posted on 3/11/22
Dear Linda, How sad to hear of your husband's passing. I remember you both so fondly from high school. I was your Spanish teacher for four years and always thought so highly of you. You have been on my mind lately because i am going to present a Sing-Along program at Golden Years, Lake Geneva. I remember how you started the Walworth facility and how devoted you were to helping others. Please accept my sincere sympathy. Love from Sonette Tippens, formerly Sonette Chanson and Sonette Salter.
 

Bub Thurlby posted on 3/10/22
Jirus family, sorry for you loss. We will miss him.
 

kathy (rieger) ridgeway posted on 3/10/22
Linda, i'm so sorry to hear of the death of your husband. I did not know him, but it sounds like he was a wonderful man. Kathy (Rieger) Ridgeway
 

 
Deon and Vicki Grove posted on 3/10/22
I met Morrie when we were both on the Century Link account with Korn Ferry where we spoke weekly regarding work updates. That quickly turned into a friendship that grew over the next 5-6 years. We spoke daily even after he left Korn Ferry and went to work directly with Century Link now Lumen. Our common interests were gambling, sports, hating on Trump, our dogs, family, good tequila, good food and sharing our life stories. Of course Morrie being an avid horse racing buff and my wife and I were avid casino players, we would share our pics of our winnings over the weekend with Morrie, and he would share the updates of his track winnings with us via text. Over time my wife also became an avid member of our conversations as we all drew closer and closer over time. I should mention that over the many years we never had the opportunity to meet in person. We were very excited about this summer, Morrie on his planned trip to Colorado was going to stop in Tulsa where we would finally meet, eat a good Oklahoma steak, go to the track and casino's together. That will be an opportunity sadly missed. I was once told that with all the people you meet in your lifetime you will be blessed to end up with one true friend in that lifetime. That blessing was truly bestowed on me by Morrie. Vicki and I will truly miss Morrie and we want to extend our condolences to all of you, his family. Our prayers are with you. Sincerely, Deon and Vicki Grove
 

Captain Donald Stanbro posted on 3/9/22
Robert Corwin (Uncle Bob) was always the inspiration for me to challenge myself to be a man that dared to accomplish great things. His service to his country, community and family are his legacy. I am sure that he will be remembered by so many people that were touched by his love and friendship.
 

Diane Anderson posted on 3/9/22
I'm so sorry Nikki. He was such a good man. It was a privilege to know him. My condolences to your family as well. You will always hold the memories of him in your heart. Diane Anderson
 

Mary and Larry Jucius posted on 3/8/22
Dearest Susan, Our deepest sympathy on the loss of Bill, your loving husband. I met him only a few times but he left a lasting, affectionate impression. May Bill's goodness continue to shine forth in the lives of all who knew and loved him.
 

Donna Barrington posted on 3/8/22
Bob was the most wonderful man you could ever want to meet! His happy and positive spirit warmed my heart from the very first time Ginny introduced me to him. I immediately felt welcome and accepted. His easy-going way and sense of humor were so endearing that you couldn’t do anything else but feel comfortable and want to be around him. Ginny sold me my condo in Wheaton almost 30 years ago and she and Bob have been my dear friends ever since. My respect for Bob grew throughout the years as I saw what a devoted husband, father, and grandfather he was to his family, and how he took on project after project to beautify and improve everything in and out of the house for them. There wasn’t anything he couldn’t do!! I admired his limitless talents and was always SO proud of him when he showed me his latest completed masterpiece! I will miss that kind and loving man so much! Heaven has truly gotten itself a VERY special Angel. My sincere condolences to the entire family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Love you Ginny!
 

Heidi Kennedy posted on 3/8/22
My dear Cole family, I am so sorry to hear of Ger's passing. She had a quick wit and humor that I will never forget. I have so many fond memories of her. I will be thinking of all of you.
 

Kate Schwabek posted on 3/8/22
Carol helped me immensely with many financial matters after my father passed away. I would have been lost without her. She was a remarkable, kind, helpful, sweet soul. She will be so missed. My condolences to the Schneller family. Our hearts are with you during this difficult time.
 

Don Young posted on 3/8/22
FAR WINDS AND FOLLOWING SEAS CHIEF.
 

Randie Von Samek posted on 3/8/22
Carol was my ‘go to’ person at Wells Fargo. A consummate professional, friendly and patient, Carol thoughtfully addressed my concerns, streamlined paperwork and made banking easy. My heartfelt sympathies go to her family and colleagues.
 

Laurie Dewey posted on 3/8/22
We are so sorry for your loss. Our hearts go out to Carol's children and grandchildren at this difficult time. We enjoyed seeing Carol at family get togethers, she was a lovely person. Sincerely, Joe and Laurie (Lynn and Ted 's sister an brother-in-law)
 

Stacey (Luedtke) Poirier posted on 3/8/22
Although I haven't gotten to see Uncle Bobby in many years, what I remember most vividly when I think of him was how kind his eyes and smile were. I also remember him having such a gentle voice and laugh. My heart goes out to each of you. Sending lots of love your way <3
 

Ken Morrison posted on 3/8/22
I met Dan through my business. Despite working long hours, he was always ready to help at a moment's notice when I didn't know who else to call... A rare guy of many talents, who always had a smile... he will be missed.
 

Timothy Airney posted on 3/7/22
Sorry to hear, raced against him in 1975 at Oswego in Brute Eliminator. We were “Heap-O-Trouble” Camaro. We were in Face Book contact recently after all these years. I did get to talk with him at Byron’s Glory Days summer or 2021. It was great to talk with him face to face. I’m sure he will be missed by all family and loved ones. Timothy Airney “Professor” Racing.
 

Terry Luedtke posted on 3/7/22
He was the best brother u coukd ask for !!! He will surely be missed RIP Bob
 

Virginia Luedtke posted on 3/7/22
My precious husband was a joy of my life. We meet when we were 15 year old and I never looked back. I will miss him until the day I join him. My life will never be complete again. My children and I can't believe he is gone and truly will never be the same. I wish every couple could have the love and happiness we shared.
 

Etta Andrews posted on 3/7/22
So very sorry for the loss of Ms Virginia’s son Ron. She is so special to our church family in Mountain Home Arkansas and we all send condolences to the family.
 

Allan Goluszka posted on 3/7/22
We are so saddened to hear that Danny has passed away. Danny and I hung out during high school and after, we worked on cars, ate Salerno's Pizza, went to the drag races, and had an overall great time with our friends. I to this day, remember the old Buick (it wasn't so old back then) that we rebuilt the engine on in Danny's Dad's garage. It was a horribly difficult task, but we had a great time working through it. We'd finish for the day, wash up, and you guessed it, went across the street and got a Sal's Pizza. I remember the time (again at Danny's Dad's garage}, we put in coil spring expanders in the rear of my Dad's 1968 Chevy Impala, to raise the back end up. It looked so cool, but my Dad didn't think so. I got in so much trouble. The next week, out they came, the Impala was back to normal, my Dad felt better! We celebrated with more Salerno's Pizza. We double dated. Danny was at our wedding. We hung out with our friends, it sure was a lot of fun. We wouldn't have wanted it any other way. May you rest in Peace Danny, we will miss you. Enjoy winning every heavenly race with "Buttons The Berwyn Dog"! Our thoughts and prayers to all of Danny's family and friends. Allan Goluszka Class of 1970 Denise (Horonzy) Goluszka Class of 1971
 

Ginger Esposito posted on 3/7/22
He was the sweetest little brother. I keep thinking back to the day he was born and when he came home from the hospital as a precious little bundle. Our Mom always said he was the most beautiful baby and he was. As a younger brother, he also knew how to be a bit of a pain. I loved him and have to get used to the idea that he is no longer with us.
 

Dave Gagnon posted on 3/7/22
Oh my, Rich was a legend- with an amazing devotion to the Lord, his Church, his family, his business & the community. Now he is with Jesus forever. Our condolences to the lovely and grand Austin family, Dave & Nancy Gagnon Madison, WI
 

Tom & Deann Hausner posted on 3/7/22
Richard was one the kindest, friendliest person I ever met. He comes from a great family, which was easy to see why he was such a great man. He touched so many lives. May God grant peace and strength to his family. God Bless you Sir.
 

 
Pat Smith (Schutt) posted on 3/7/22
In memory of Rich
 

Chris Hamp posted on 3/6/22
Condolences to you Sue and your family on Bill's passing from the Lady Knight's Auxiliary and the St. Patrick Fellowship 55 + membership groups
 

Jim & Gina Jirus posted on 3/6/22
Rima and family, we are so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this most difficult time. We have so many fond memories with Dan and you all.
 

 
Susanne Barnes posted on 3/6/22
Always enjoyed the times Bill joined our 55 and older occasions. Will be missed.
 

Richard E Moran posted on 3/6/22
My condolences to Ron's family. I have good memories of my time working with and for Ron at Cat and an occasional golf outing. Rest in peace.
 

Julie Gray posted on 3/5/22
Deb I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of your mom. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this tough time.I miss our farmers family!! God bless you all.
 

Brooks B. posted on 3/5/22
Moma, It's going on 2 months since you've been gone. Mine & my furry son's lives will never be the same WITHOUT your presence! You will always be #1, and I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU:)
 

Vos Family posted on 3/4/22
Thank you Scott for always treating the Vos family with respect and Love!! Your memory will live on with Victoria God bless and fly high!!
 

Patti Root posted on 3/4/22
Rich it was an honor to work with you. You were the best "boss" I ever had..you truly cared about every employee. May you be truly at peace.
 

Barb and Toby Watne posted on 3/3/22
Heaven has gained another angel! Mary was a kind, generous lady who loved her family and people of all ages. She loved following activities of her kids and grandkids. She will be missed by many! Our sympathies and condolences go out to her family.
 

Joanie Podschwit Lawson posted on 3/3/22
I send my deepest sympathy to all of Marys’ children ( my childhood neighbor kids). I know your hearts are aching to have lost your Mother. The whole community has their arms wrapped around you right now and Hinckley has lost a wonderful woman , but the good memories she leaves behind live on and put smiles on people’s faces.
 

Mary and Tom Maniaci posted on 3/3/22
Our connection to this wonderful family is as when Mary’s parents moved into Golden Years. His leadership and care for his residents was very evident. In addition, Mary’s niece, Kirsten, married Jeff, a son of Richard. Praying for the family as they support each other during this grief journey
 

Tom Kwiatkowski posted on 3/3/22
Dear Linda and family, my mother and mother-in-law spent years at Golden Years and always received care that exceeded expectations. I talked to Rich regularly about the compassion of his staff who took care of the residents as if they were family. Particularly during my mom’s last week the staff showed a regard for dignity that was unparalleled. I have had several heart breaking deaths in the last couple of weeks and this is one of them. Barb and I know there is agony in your hearts and know you don’t stand alone. There are thousands of people who you have served who share your sadness. Rich was a treasure and his legacy will live on in the minds and hearts of the people he has touched. Please accept our sympathy and God bless Rich and the entire Austin family, sincerely Tom and Barb Kwiatkowski
 

John Doyle posted on 3/3/22
Linda & Family, please accept our deepest sympathies and condolences on the loss of RTA. He was a wonderful man and was a great example for all of us on how to be a Christian husband, father, and grandfather. You will all be in our prayers and thoughts in these difficult days ahead. Rich’s entire grammar school class of 1964 at St. Giles is going to make a commitment of at least $10,000 to the Grace Episcopal Church in his honor. Everyone who knew Rich loved him and he will be sorely missed. Goodbye my friend, until we meet again.
 

Patty Patano posted on 3/3/22
I am heartbroken to hear of Rich’s passing. Last saw him at our 50th St Giles reunion. We reminisced about the fact that our parents were friends (Tom & Gladys Patano - CFM). What a beautiful life Rich lived. Be assured that he is present with Christ and experiencing the greatest love and peace imaginable. Sending love and prayers to all for comfort during this very difficult time
 

Pamela Brand posted on 3/3/22
My heart and prayers go out to the whole Bullard family. Mary was a caring and wise woman who truly loved those around her. Mary’s family was truly blessed and may her legacy of love continue on.
 

 
Barb Camren posted on 3/3/22
Linda, my condolences to you and your family. You and Rich were always supportive to staff. Rich was a wonderful man to work for, always walking through asking how our day was going. Easy to talk to and genuinely cared about his residents and staff. It was a pleasure to work for him at Golden Years walworth. He will be missed. Take care.
 

Pat Smith posted on 3/3/22
Linda, I am so sorry to hear of Rich's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am Peggy Schutt's sister Patti and one of your old Burr Oak Road playmates when we were kids. God be with you and your family at this time.
 

Angelica Bautista posted on 3/3/22
My sincerest condolences to Linda and the Austin family. Rich was the kindest person I have even known, you may have lost a loved one but heaven gained an angel. Wishing you peace, comfort, courage and lots of love at this time of sorrow.
 

Darrell Frederick posted on 3/3/22
Dear Austin Family, It was an honor to have known Rich he will dearly be missed by all. He was a great man true to his heart, a leader, a visionary, everything else. I always enjoyed an opportunity to talk with him through the years. He will always remain in our hearts . My prayers and sympathy are with you. God Bless.
 

Dennis Marrano posted on 3/3/22
Linda, I am so sorry for your loss. Rich was a dear man, a good friend and a faithful servant of the Lord. Working alongside Rich at Grace Church, Inspiration Ministries and Faith Christian School, he worked hard at everything he did, yet always enjoyed having fun in the process. He seemed to have one speed and that was 100 miles an hour going in all directions simultaneously. His leadership was inspiring and he brought out the best in everyone he came in contact with. Many fond memories of Rich will remain in our hearts until we see him again in Heaven. What a celebration that will be. My prayers are with you during this difficult time.
 

Natalie M Long posted on 3/3/22
Want to Express our condolences to the Austin family, Rich will be deeply missed. What a wonderful person. I'm so glad that I had the opportunity to work for him. He definitely had the wit and charm, and the funny one liners. He was one of the best bosses that I ever had. My deepest condolences to the family.
 

 
Carol (Snyder) Wagner posted on 3/2/22
Dear Debbie, John, George, Kelly, Marty, Karla, and families, I send hugs and much love to you with deepest sympathy on the loss of your beautiful Mom. She was so caring and brought so much laughter to so many. I was thankful to have your parents watching over my folks until I moved back to Hinckley. What memories we have of the time spent with the whole family! We were fortunate enough to have your folks come to Oregon and we still remember how thrilled your Dad was when we took him to the place in Seattle where UPS started. Your Mom brought Betty Boop sweatshirts for all of us and we had so much fun as we walked the Seattle area having people stop us asking about our shirts. Mine still sits in the closet holding memories. Just a few days ago, I pulled out another Mary recipe. I have recipes from an amazing cook and baker. She will be kept busy cooking, baking, and laughing with Ed by her side. Rich, Terri, Candace, and I do think of you all. Carol (Snyder) Wagner
 

April Forsythe posted on 3/2/22
My family and I would like to send our sympathy to Rich's family. I would like to thank Golden Years for allowing me to work along side of them for the past 30 years. It sure has been a pleasure. Rich was one of the nicest people I have ever known. He would do anything or everything for anyone. If you needed anything all you had to do was let him know and he would be right there to help you out. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

Elaine Hullinger posted on 3/2/22
Ron will be greatly missed at WHIP. He was a joy to work with. He has been called to heaven much too soon for those of us still here. You are in my thoughts and Prayers, Sue.
 

Jeff Michels posted on 3/2/22
My condolences go out to the entire Bullard family. Mary was such a gracious and loving person. Her kind spirit and friendly smile will be missed by all. Mary is now on heaven's front porch, may she rest in peace. Love, Jeff Michels
 

Jack Halverson posted on 3/2/22
Much love and my condolences to his family. Worked with Ron at Caterpillar last few years before he retired. Couldn't ask for a better boss to work for. RIP Ron
 

Carlyle and Jean Cameron posted on 3/2/22
We always looked forward to you and Ron's Sun City Grand arrival and valued your friendship. Our love and thoughts are with you at this sad time.
 

Sharon and Harry Mcpherson posted on 3/2/22
So sorry to hear of Ron’s passing - he will be greatly missed in our Sunday Golf Group Our Hearts go out to you and your family
 

Lisa Sidles posted on 3/1/22
I am so very sorry for your loss. I am a member of Oswego Presbyterian Church. I sent a lot of cards to Esther and we emailed back and forth when she was able. She was such a joyful, loving and kind person, she always looked on the bright side and was thankful. I was going to take my mom and have lunch with her but then Covid hit and everything shut down. I regret that I was not able to visit her. Lisa Sidles
 

 
Paul and Vickie Ford posted on 3/1/22
We loved Ron, had many fond memories at Plano Bible. So sorry for your loss. We too live in Arizona now and won’t be able to make the services but know that our hearts and prayers are with you all. Love Paul and Vickie
 

Rose M Matta posted on 3/1/22
Ginny Michaelson of Mountain Home, AR is my very dear friend. I did not know Ron personally, but I got to know him a little through his Mom's sharings. It is always heartwarming to hear Ginny share about her family. My sincere condolences to Ginny, Sue, and all the Michaelson's family. My prayers of comfort are with you. Rose Matta
 

Sheila Meier posted on 2/28/22
I am sorry for your loss Sue. Condolences to you and your family.
 

Larry Matkovich posted on 2/28/22
My sincere sympathy to Scott's family. He had a good heart; and a gift of bringing people together and including everyone in every situation. May fond memories give you peace at this difficult time.
 

 
Susan Booker posted on 2/27/22
I will always remember Jordan helping out with the Summer Reading Program at the library. She was so full of energy and enthusiasm. I loved seeing her and having her around! She made a lasting impression on me. I am truly sorry for your loss. Susan Booker
 

S. Stanley posted on 2/26/22
Dr. Engel, was my childhood Dermatologist. I had fond memories of him working to make my sister and I well. I just came across a book he wrote in my storage. My sincerest condolences to the Engel family on his passing.
 

Jason lukacs posted on 2/26/22
Sorry for your loss. Prayers to the family.
 

Jessica posted on 2/25/22
Amy, Bre, and Brandon…I am heartbroken for you guys. I am heartbroken for those boys. I cannot even imagine the pain you all feel. I am so very sorry you are all going through this. Jordan was taken way too soon and I hope the memories you all share give you the strength to face the coming days. You and those babies of hers are in my thoughts.
 

 
Donna Hector posted on 2/25/22
My condolences for your loss.
 

Rebecca posted on 2/24/22
So sorry to hear of this.
 

Dianne Dempsey posted on 2/24/22
With deepest sympathies to the Pam,Keli, and Kevin and family. Praying for comfort during this time of sorrow. My condolences. Dianne Dempsey and family
 

Christina Bystry posted on 2/24/22
Although we lost touch the past several years, I thought of you often. My neighbor-daughter and all we did together, all the cupcakes we made, posters and school projects, and all the help you gave me at the shop, and so much more. You were so creative and talented. You will be missed.
 

Kevin Marshall posted on 2/24/22
RIP Tom. I worked with Tom at Caterpillar. Always a real nice guy and a very hard worker!
 

 
Michael Rowland posted on 2/24/22
Jordan as your looking down on us in heaven, you see my broken heart with your absence. In the time we shared together I found a love for you and your son and I am in tears right now as I'm writing this. You were an amazing friend , I wasn't privileged enough to know you as long as some who will show up at your funeral. But I'm am blessed to say I had the opportunity to be in your life. The last memory I had of us is carrying groceries upstairs and helping you unpack them. Your son had so much energy and light in his eyes. I admired the drive you had to do whatever it takes to be a good mom, you tried no matter what. I remember when you got your car and met me at the bank to show me your new car. I'm going to miss you. The only comfort I have is knowing that your in heaven and watching down on your family and loved ones.
 

Mike and Debbie Hiffman posted on 2/24/22
So sorry! Gone way to soon. Our deepest condolences to your entire family
 

Dave & Sis Jeffers posted on 2/24/22
We are sorry to here of the loss of Scott. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. May the Heavenly Father comfort you all during this difficult time.
 

Kevin/Patty Kuhn posted on 2/23/22
Pam, Kelli & Kevin you're in our thoughts and prayers. Scott lived life to it's fullest and made many memories for all to treasure. May you find comfort in those memories and smile as he is watching over you as your Guardian Angel. Love, Kevin, Patty, AJ & Elly
 

Mary Munson posted on 2/23/22
Pam and family, Im so sorry to hear about Scott. Jerry and i had lots of great times snowmobiling in the northwoods, with the two of you, many years ago. I hope the trails are great for both Scott and Jerry in heaven. Sincerely, Mary Munson
 

Ramona Blalock posted on 2/22/22
I loved my Uncle Tommy more than he will ever know and he will be missed so much. He is no longer suffering. I will forever cherish and hold precious memories in my heart of the many talks and love that we shared between us. Thank you for fighting for my freedom and dedicating your service to our country. I know that he is up in Heaven having a family reunion with all of our family that has passed away before him. To Charlene, Jennifer, and Jonathan I am praying that the Lord comforts you in His arms and puts peace in your hearts. I know that he loved all of y'all because everytime we spoke, he was always talking about how much he loved you and how each of you were part of his life. I wish I could be there to celebrate his life with you. May God Bless You, Love Mona and Family
 

Maureen Shaughnessy Kitts posted on 2/20/22
Chuck, I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved Vicki. You were two into one , a couple that lived life together for each other in your endless support, love and the creation of life moments of travel, fun, intellectual pursuits and daily living and loving at Applewood. While your life has changed forever dear Chuck with the loss of your beloved Vicki, she will continue to be with you in reflective moments and in her way guiding your todays and tomorrow’s until you are together again. God bless in your loss Chuck.
 

Rhonda Boeke posted on 2/17/22
Sending hugs and prayers to everyone.
 

Walworth American Legion Post 102 posted on 2/17/22
On behalf of The American Legion Post 102, please accept our deepest sympathies. We are wishing you and your family courage and peace during this time.
 

Marie Libby posted on 2/16/22
So sorry for your loss my thoughts and prayers are with all of you. May she rest in peace....God Bless
 

Jane hulbert posted on 2/15/22
Oh Chuck, I am so deeply sorry for your loss. Vicki was such a great gal and you two were a great couple. Keeping you in the light. Love, Jane Hulbert
 

Paul Gullifor posted on 2/14/22
Chuck, I'm so sorry to learn of your loss. Your friends at Bradley grieve with you. You are in our thoughts and prayers, my friend.
 

Katia posted on 2/12/22
I have never had the pleasure to meet Mrs. Hazel Lorraine Pierce. Dennis, my best friend, always mentioned her and his childhood. He told me she helped so many people in her life time by helping them stand on their legs, paying for their bills, paying for their educations and sharing even a roof and a warm home. This is a remarkable act of kindness and love. It is so easy to be a good person until someone actually asks for help but that wasn't Lorraine's perspective. She was a woman of action, not only of beautiful and kind words. Personally, I have to say Lorraine gave birth to an exceptional man, the kindest man I have ever met, a man who is always there for me by just listening to me and by giving me a hug: A man full of love. Thanks Lorraine for your existence, for what you did in this world and for blessing us with the biggest gift you could ever give: Your Kids. You will be missed.
 

Sarah Oreilly posted on 2/12/22
Go forward in peace and reflection of the fond memories of your past. Your warm smile will long be remembered.
 

Katy Kampton posted on 2/11/22
Vicki booked many wonderful trips for our family over the years. Trips both near and far, she helped us see the world in style and was a big part of my family's best travel memories. Whenever the phone rang in our house and Vicki's bright, cheerful voice was on the other end, I knew adventure awaited. She will be dearly missed, but I hope your memories last a lifetime. Warm thoughts and wishes to all of you during this time.
 

Dena Mote posted on 2/11/22
Auntie Na is loved and will be missed. I haven't kept in touch as much as I should have. I always told her I love her and still do. It hurts to find out on February 11th via Facebook she passed. I remember she loved me and my brother Frank as her own when we was younger. I'm glad she sent me the pictures she had of us when we was kids. She is a wonderful person and a heart of gold. She will fly high in heaven and watch us with a passion. I love you Auntie Na and you will be missed.
 

 
Nancy Paulson Demeter posted on 2/10/22
RIP Keith
 

Galen & Martha Brant posted on 2/10/22
Prayers to all
 

Michael Bower posted on 2/9/22
God bless you all Deb, now and always. Love, Mike
 

Julia (Low) Bartelt posted on 2/7/22
My condolences to the Dolder family! Mrs. Dolder was by far one of my favorite teachers. Always loving, caring, patient and supportive of her students. I'll never forget running into her as an adult... we always greeted one another and parted ways with a hug!
 

Joyce & Pat Robinson posted on 2/7/22
Pat & Cliff were friends for a long time, our Deepest Sympathy & Prayers for you all. RIP Clifford
 

Linda Fay West posted on 2/7/22
Great condolences to Sue, Matt's sister & family for the loss of this quiet, purposeful man. So glad to be able to say I will see Matt again, with our Heavenly Father. Thanks to Sue for caring and loving him so much. You definitely "completed" him. Take comfort in that, and have peace that passes all understanding. God bless you during this time.
 

 
Joyce M Grove posted on 2/6/22
Mrs. Dolder was my first grade teacher n one my favorite. I believe my class was her 1st class she taught in Waterman and I'm sure one of the toughest. She will be missed.
 

Patsy Schauer posted on 2/6/22
What a wonderful couple Carole and Paul were. I remember going to their home to take a look a tractor seat that Paul needed a cover for. Carole had me wallpaper the kitchen and we had wonderful conversations. God has both of them in his wonderful hands. Many many condolences to the entire family.
 

Jeri Collins posted on 2/6/22
Rich, Mark, Brian and Lori sending hugs and my sincere condolences. Shirley was such an important part of my life. She was one in a million and feeling a little lost with knowing she is no longer with us. Love you all.
 

Janis and Paul Sawyer posted on 2/6/22
We are so sorry to hear of Carole’s pa sing. Our sympathy to you Annette and her family. We shared many happy times during our younger days. She was always friendly and kind.
 

Mark Strandberg posted on 2/6/22
To Rich and the entire Olson family. I would like to offer my most sincere condolences for your loss. Shirley was a special lady and will be missed by all who knew her. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Helena posted on 2/6/22
My deepest condolences. Shirley & Rich we’re my first family & employers when I moved to Yorkville back in the 70’s. Shirley was a wonderful extra mom too. My heart goes out to the entire family. “H” & Bill Eskew
 

Helena posted on 2/6/22
My deepest condolences. Shirley & Rich we’re my first family & employers when I moved to Yorkville back in the 70’s. Shirley was a wonderful extra mom too. My heart goes out to the entire family. “H” & Bill Eskew
 

Helena posted on 2/6/22
My deepest condolences, Shirley and Rich were my first family & employers when I moved to Yorkville back in the 70’s. The very best extra mom too. I learned so much from them. Shirley will be deeply missed. My heart will be with the entire family. “H” & Bill
 

Tammy (Snapp) Harvey posted on 2/6/22
Annette, I'm so sorry for your loss. She was kind, funny and very patient!! My mom and I were talking about how she never got flustered except for going to the Shaun Cassidy concert in the blizzard. Upon our arrival in Chicago, she realized she had put her snow boots on the wrong feet! When i think of her. I always hear, "Now you girls . . ." Or "Tammy, Annette, (and whoever else was with us), what have you been up to now?" It always makes me smile. I'm so thankful you had time with her. Love you, kiddo.
 

Amy Rubenstein posted on 2/5/22
I loved Renee so much. We shared grandkids and daughter. She went over above and beyond for us. She showered love on everybody she knew. She was the mouthpiece and heart of Jesus to me she lifted my spirits and made me feel worthwhile she was the best friend I ever had we talked for hours at a time regularly on the phone I’ll see Renee again because I’m a believer I’m saved by grace and Renee was too
 

Pat McNamara posted on 2/5/22
My condolences to all who loved Shirley.
 

Sheila Thompson posted on 2/5/22
Shirley was always so concerned about the well being of others. She was also fiercely proud of her loved ones' accomplishments, especially those of her grandkids. We had many laughs over the years (olive and oatmeal stuffed deviled eggs), and though we didn't spend a lot of time together, each time was like no time had passed at all. A true friend to the end. I'll miss you, sweet lady! May happy memories help ease your pain, Rich and family! Love and prayers!
 

 
Linda Dolder posted on 2/5/22
Carole was such a kind, compassionate, caring and lovely lady. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her. What a Beautiful reunion it must have been with Paul, Andy, and all of the other loved ones, when she crossed over in eternity. Carole will always remain in our hearts! Much Love Patrick, Linda, Jim and Theresa Dolder❤❤
 

Christina Clampitt posted on 2/5/22
Rich and family - I send you heart felt condolences. Shirley was a wonderful person and will be deeply missed. Gone too soon.
 

 
Patsy Little posted on 2/5/22
Shirley was my friend since kindergarten. I now live in Washington state and we got together almost every visit when I was back in Illinois.
 

Kevin Bolton posted on 2/5/22
I have many fond memories of Eric or as I use to know him as "Marty", growing up with him as a young man. Playing Frisbee for hours or going to Rush concerts. I learned to ski with him and his family at Big Powderhorn Mountain in Michigan at his family cabin.We drifted apart as most childhood friends do when separated by time and miles but he will always be my friend and I miss him still..You went too soon Marty.
 

Ken and Mary Brummel posted on 2/4/22
Our deepest sympathy to the Family. May you share all your good memories in this time of loss . God Bless You All.
 

Dennis & Brenda posted on 2/4/22
Jim, so sorry to hear this sad news. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and Kathleen's family at this very difficult time.
 

Kim Kocher posted on 2/4/22
Vaughn Family, I am sending you hugs and prayers. Please know you're in my thoughts and prayers. Kim Kocher (Karnoscak)
 

dennis fleming posted on 2/4/22
i am sorry for your loss
 

Chuck Clark posted on 2/3/22
Eric will be missed and we send love and condolences to his family. Eric and I skied Colorado together many times and among my favorite moments on the slopes was when I would stop mid run and hear Eric blasting down the moguls with his Walkman and headphones on and singing at the top of his lungs… Usually something from Rush. He would ski up and stop next to me with a huge smile followed with laughter. We had a lot of really good times together and I will miss that laugh.
 

Carolyn and John Warfield posted on 2/3/22
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Glenn "Bubbie" Schacht. He was a great neighbor and friend for many years! We will miss seeing him and hearing his stories. May God bless him in heaven and give him peace.
 

Carol Scott posted on 2/3/22
Extending deepest sympathy to you Joan and your family. Memories will certainly help the deep hurt now.
 

Thomas and Carol Gambrel posted on 2/1/22
Gene, Deborah and family: My heart goes out to you and your family on the sudden passing Daniel. Please accept my sincere condolences.
 

 
jane carter posted on 2/1/22
dearest nancy so sad for your family peter was such a sweetheart our wilton life was most special i am sending hugs but no piano playing love love janie
 

jerry wayne nally posted on 2/1/22
Herb was a very good friend, we worked at Cat for 30 plus years together and bowled together in leagues and tournaments. I enjoyed talking to herb about the things we had in common and our kids .I will miss those times and will continue to think fondly of him from time to time.I am sure he is already looking for a bowling tournement to compete in if he has not already found one.I want to give his family my condolences and say do not worry Herb is still with you not only in your memories but in a lot of the things you do and say.. So i say i will see you down the road Herb save me a spot on your team.
 

Jason A Quaglia posted on 2/1/22
Peter was a great man, he always spoke highly of his kids and their trips out east. He was very kind to me in the insurance industry always willing to help any way he could. I was shocked to see this. We lost a good one today.
 

Diane Temple posted on 2/1/22
Kathleen was a treasure to all who met her....now a life too short...may she rest in peace.
 

Les speerly posted on 2/1/22
Herb was a classmate, so sorry to hear this , Rest In Peace old friend
 

Mike and Lynda Wilkinson posted on 1/31/22
Our Deepest Sympathy May you get through this difficult time, through prayers and the comfort of family and friends.
 

Shawna Simms posted on 1/31/22
Him and my Dad Bowled together and Ricky my Brothers and I would play together and spend hours getting into trouble.
 

Shawna Simms posted on 1/31/22
My prayer is with his family. Ricky let us know if you need anything! Love ya brother!
 

 
Billee Jo Garner posted on 1/31/22
Mr.& Mrs. Vaughan Daniel and I where good friends. He will be missed very much.. I am so sorry for your lost. I will miss and love you always !! Daniel ❤️Never forgotten, ❤️Love, Billee Jo Garner
 

Carolyn K Ryken posted on 1/31/22
I remember family gathering years ago Kathleen and my Sister Faira were more same age and always had fun together at Christmas etc,, I remember her being so sweet and kind. Keeping you all in my prayers and thoughts.
 

 
Christy Mason posted on 1/31/22
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. I was so heartbroken to hear the news about Peter. He was a great friend and co-worker. We worked together at Markel for many years. He was so proud of his boys and always told me to cherish the time with my Son as they grow up so fast. I loved his sense of humor and he could always make me laugh! I was lucky to know Peter and his loss will be felt by many. Hold tight to memories for comfort, lean on family and friends for strength and comfort. He will forever be in our hearts.
 

ron posted on 1/30/22
this guy was my super man and his gransons super man I love you dad
 

Kelly Curran posted on 1/30/22
Gene and Deb, My most heartfelt condolences to you both, I know there is nothing I can say so instead I will just pray instead that you are comforted and at peace again soon. My father adored you both and I hope you feel his love from above. Prayers and warm hugs, (cousin) Kelly
 

Cousin Dale Williams posted on 1/30/22
Gene and Deb. Despite the distance,, my love for family is deep. There is a pain in my heart for the loss and for those living with the loss. May Daniel find his peace. He still lives through our memories of the man he was. Dale
 

Karen Pendola posted on 1/30/22
One of the best (of many) things I was blessed with when I married Mike Pendola was immediate, loving acceptance of his large family. Aunt Louise, gave us Louise, Chris, and Pete. Aunt Flo gave us her son Bill Adams. With every visit, we thoroughly enjoyed the best of both families as they lived one house down from each other. My Mom had a twin sister and a little brother, so I was thrilled to spend so much time together as my own family, and further blessed with my in-laws. Aunt Louise always ready for a laugh gave her daughter the same gift, making them a joy to be around at any time. The extended family is still very much loved and appreciated. My prayers are with them all at this difficult time.
 

 
Renato Garcia posted on 1/30/22
Dan you were very talented person and I wish you were still here.I have nothing but great memories hanging with you. Rest In Peace my friend.
 

Darrell Williams posted on 1/30/22
Gene and Deborah, I am so sorry for the loss of your son and sending you my prayers for peace and comfort. Most humbly, Darrell
 

Deborah A Hartman posted on 1/30/22
Gene and Debbie, We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family in this time of need. We also pray that the Lord will comfort you. Our Deepest Sympathy. Love, Cheri, Cindy, Cassie and Debbie.
 

Sarah Button posted on 1/30/22
Deb and Gene, my heart is breaking for you now. When I see his picture, I still think of him helping us in Parables. His Charlie Brown performance was fantastic. He was always so easy going and full of fun. When I read he is 40, I can’t believe it. I still remember him as a young guy so willing to help and brighten up a room just by entering it. Prayers for everyone in your family.
 

Bryan & Lynn Gambrel posted on 1/30/22
My Hart felt Sympathy for your Loss, WE will pray for you and your son Daniel
 

 
Rhonda Smith posted on 1/29/22
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Frances Monro posted on 1/29/22
Debbie and Gene our thoughts go for you and family.Debbie my prayers are with you and family.
 

 
Julie Metzger posted on 1/28/22
Rest In Peace my friend.
 

 
Julie Metzger posted on 1/28/22
Rest In Peace Daniel
 

Lisa Snyder posted on 1/28/22
Debbie and Gene I'm sorry that you and your family are experiencing this heartache. You all are in our prayers for comfort and understanding this whole thing of loved one's having to die. My heart is with you. We hope to be able to make it to the service .
 

 
Jim Shaff posted on 1/28/22
Loved you buddy, you were so fun to work with and a good friend. I will miss that smile and your great sense of humor. Never forget the fun we had at work while helping all those customers. You made it so easy! Rest in peace buddy!
 

Wilma Negron posted on 1/28/22
I’m so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers going out to the family.
 

Jim O’Brien posted on 1/28/22
Rest In Peace Daniel. And my thoughts for all the Vaughn Clan
 

Jim O’Brien posted on 1/28/22
Rest In Peace Daniel- and my thoughts to you Vaughn Family
 

Jim Shaff posted on 1/28/22
To a dear friend and co worker. I will miss you always buddy. You were funny, dedicated and a great person. Rest in peace my dear friend. I will see you again another day. God be with you.
 

Elizabeth Reindl posted on 1/27/22
Renee was an amazing women, I loved all of our amazing times together. She always reminded me like my mom. I always called her my Second mom. Another wonderful angel taken to soon, you will be truly missed but never forgot.
 

Kris Butts posted on 1/27/22
Our thoughts and prayers are with Roger's family & friends. Roger lived next to our parents for a very long time. He was a caring, wonderful neighbor & friend. We appreciated all that he did over the years, especially when he would check on our mom. He will be dearly missed. The Butts family
 

 
Brenda Hearne Curtin posted on 1/27/22
Prayers for Peter and his family. May you find peace on your next journey. Forever a Wilton Warrior and friend. RIP Peter.
 

Jenny Iverson posted on 1/26/22
Hello! This is a note to Alice- Hi Alice! This is Jenny Iverson. We were best friends for such a long time and Matt and Peter were too. Matt and I cannot believe that Peter is gone. We have so many great memories from the Wilton Riding Club with both of you....We are so sorry for your loss........
 

Jessica strossner posted on 1/26/22
You will never be forgotten dear friend and loved by many more than u thought our memories and friendship will always be close to my heart
 

Kathy posted on 1/26/22
I worked with Peter some 15 years ago and truly enjoyed working with him. He always had a smile on his face and made the work day fun. He talked about being with his boys and going to Jimmy Buffet concerts. He will be greatly missed. RIP Peter
 

Ben Gates posted on 1/26/22
I worked with Peter during his tenure at Markel. Always hard working, always contributing, always offering an opinion, always helping others and always, always smiling! He was friends with many including the competition always shaking hands saying hi to them. I remember the PLUS holiday parties, he was the first one to greet someone walking in the door with a classic one-liner! Your father made a difference at Markel, with me and with everyone he met. He will be missed by many. Also, just for the record he never had the best white elephant gifts.
 

Alice K posted on 1/26/22
I knew Ginger from WOW. What a blessing she was to our Bible study. She is greatly missed. I’ll miss her smile & the love that she shared.
 

Tom Sather posted on 1/26/22
Laurie and family - my sincere condolences to you all on the loss of Keith. I did not know Keith very well, but I remember him so well from your time in Eau Claire. He was a great man, and you must have an infinite amount of memories with him. My sincere condolences to you. Tom Sather, Eau Claire
 

Harry Kannry posted on 1/25/22
I first met Roger in the fall of 1970 when I enrolled at St. Procopius College after leaving the Air Force. I was in a Statistics course with Roger. After class, we, along with a lot of commuters, would go to the gym where there was an area for us to study, eat lunch and plan activities for the weekends; Barnabys Pizza on Ogden Ave. It was at a party that many of us where at where I met a young lady who became my wife. Roger was there and Roger was in my wedding party. He bought presents when my wife and I had our children. Roger and I started to go to Cubs games, Sox games, Bears games and Hockey Games, Blackhawks and Cougars. We were in attendance at two Stanley Cup finals, both losses, and the 1985 NFC championship game propelling the Bears to the Super Bowl. We went to Montreal to see the Cubs play the Expos. Roger helped me when I opened a business helping me sell industrial products throughout the area. For the last number of years, we met for lunches and dinners, talked about politics, sports, investments and family. We last met on December 29 at the Lantern in Naperville. We wished each other a Happy New Year and said we would get together when I returned from Florida. That was the last time I spoke to him. I will miss him very much. God Speed Roger.
 

Pete Scott posted on 1/25/22
Mossy, Thanks for being a friend to Sue and sharing thoughts and feelings with her. Best of luck in the new world! Pete and Sue.
 

John Jones posted on 1/25/22
Gerry you brought smiles to many of us. RIP my friend.
 

Helga Eidok posted on 1/25/22
Your Mother was a very beautiful person.
 

Beverly Burns posted on 1/24/22
I met Ginger in 1968. We were day camp counselors together at the Irving Park YMCA In Chicago. One day as we rode the bus together to chaperone taking the campers home, ginger shared the four spiritual laws with me and gave me a good news Bible. That night I accepted Jesus and read the Bible nonstop. I couldn’t get enough. That conversation changed the direction of my life. I never will forget what Ginger did for me. I am sure, I was just one of many, that the Holy Spirit, touched through Ginger to bring into his Kingdom. Forever grateful to you Ginger. Our loss, heavens gain. I write this through tears, because it is a great loss. I grieve with here family, but rejoice also with them.
 

Tamma Farra posted on 1/24/22
Matt was my brother. We grew up with loving parents first in Ohio where we played in the woods behind our house. And that included finding a grapevine where we could swing out over the hillside and come back again. Every year our family along with our grandparents and other aunts and uncle would look forward to the annual week long fishing trip just north of Perry Sound Ontario. We would sit in a row boat most of the day and have lots of fun. Matt of course liked to run the small outboard motor. We moved to Illinois in 1960 and when we took a houseboat trip up the Mississippi River, Matt pretty much took over piloting. Before Matt entered the teen years, Grandma Craigmiles was amazed at how Matt could take apart a radio and put it back together. It was a lifelong passion for Matt; tinkering with things, seeing how they worked. He loved Sue and he enjoyed his life living his faith. I was a part of those NIU days as well. Jim introduced Matt to the farm life that he enjoyed so much. Jim and Ginger and Matt and Sue were steadfast friends. When his niece Katie and nephew Ben were young, Matt liked getting them up on a tractor. Matt loved tractors period. I will miss his gentle quiet ways. I will miss him. Love you Matt.
 

Nellie Dyon posted on 1/23/22
I grew up in my middle & high school years as close friends with Heather. We have so many GREAT memories together at the Fay farm. We would be outside alot....whether it was walking to the creek or pushing eachother down the front lawn in an old tractor tire....or the countless hours we spent on the trampoline. I will always cherish those memories. Sometimes when Heather would ask her Mom about having a sleepover Ginger would say that she would pray about it. I remember Ginger full of JOY from JESUS!!! One year she took us to the Pensacola Revival in Florida & we had some life long seeds planted in our lives. I walked beans with the family a couple summers & worked fairs with them. These are just a handful of my memories growing up with Heather & her family. My prayers go out to you all...especially Jim as they were a team! ❤
 

Rebecca Raff posted on 1/23/22
So very sorry to hear this news. I have been a family friend for almost 16 years. Antonia was a lovely and kind woman. She will be missed by us all.
 

Milly Belluomini posted on 1/23/22
Dear Broderick Family, My sincere sympathy on the passing of you’re dear Father. He’s was my late husband Harry’s best friend when they were young and he was Best Man at our wedding. We shared so many good times, especially with the YAH Club. I shall always remember both, you’re Mom and Dad. Milly Belluomini
 

Oliver posted on 1/23/22
...graceful, well-spoken lady, the lola grandmother I never had...
 

 
Walter Kozerka posted on 1/22/22
Eternal rest grant onto him O'Lord and let perpetual light shine on him
 

Walter Kozerka posted on 1/22/22
To Bills family my condolences and prayers on your loss. I will always remember Bills voice telling me to go find Dan at Farm Bureau,
 

 
Suzy Thompson posted on 1/22/22
Ginger was always so welcoming and kind. Always had a smile and a positive word to share. She will be greatly missed and remembered with love.
 

Steve and Gail Potter posted on 1/22/22
Laurie, and family, our deepest sympathies over the loss of Keith. Warm memories of you and Keith in Eau Claire, and the Lighthouse retail store. In the mid to late 80’s and early 90’s I had the great fortune of meeting with you folks regarding the marketing of the store. I was in awe of your dedication to your business, and to each other. The consummate teachers, Keith and you taught me a lot about entrepreneurship. Again, we are so sorry to hear of Keith’s passing, and your loss. Sincerely, Steve and Gail Potter, Naples, FL
 

Toni Happ Dautel and Randy Dautel posted on 1/22/22
We are so sorry for your heartache and loss. Keith was so full of life and will be sorely missed. Sending hugs to all.
 

Tanya Turner posted on 1/22/22
Laurie, Heidi, Holly, and Amy I wanted to say how sorry I am to hear about your loss. Keith will be missed by all who knew him. I loved spending time with you and your family in Eau Claire or Lake Geneva. Your family always made me feel welcome and special. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you. Remember the good family times you have had! With all our love Tanya Ron and Mark
 

Jenny Latham posted on 1/22/22
To the Broderick families, Our deepest sympathies to all of you in your loss. Jenny, Regina, Jeanine and everyone at Celidan.
 

Kathleen Schaffer posted on 1/22/22
We are so sorry. Love, Kathleen & David Schaffer
 

Stephanie, Dan, Chayton & Riley posted on 1/22/22
Sending our thoughts and prayers to the whole family. May your happy memories bring you some peace and comfort.
 

Kathy Winemiller posted on 1/22/22
Eva was family to me.
 

Jamie posted on 1/22/22
The life in the photos and videos palpable. I saw this message today and thought of you: "As one sunflower drops its seeds, many more will grow from it." I am sorry for the loss of such a bright flower but am grateful for the ground he helped shape.
 

Dale Taubensee posted on 1/22/22
Keith my cousin was always exciting, fun, and dedicated to his family. We shared many thanksgivings, Christmas, Easter, and back yard fun in Wilmette and Lake Geneva. We always had fun and adventure lead with my older brother Kent, and Scott with Keith leading the way. The Taubensee’s and Leitner’s were a close knit family. In particular, I remember Keith in college had a project assignment about designing a house. He approached my Dad and spent a great deal of time looking at our home drawings. I admired how he was able to put together his own project and build a miniature home in his vision, which included a pool and several garages for autos and family big boy toys. I think of him now joining Bob and Vera, grandpa Steinbrenner and so many wonderful family members. When Keith had his stroke, his zest for life went bravely forward. Keith was one tough hombre! I treasure so many great memories with him. Always laughing, joking and enjoying life.
 

Denyse Leahy Feeney posted on 1/22/22
My deepest condolences Laurie to you, and your family, on the loss of your husband Keith. I never had the privilege of meeting your husband, but from what you’ve told us he was a good man, with a great sense of humor! I know you’re going to miss him. Love and prayers to you and your family.
 

Tina carnana posted on 1/21/22
I meant Ginger back in our women of the word bible study days. She was always a beam of light. Her smile was so welcoming. From that time on any time I seen her she made me feel like I was some one. That I mattered. That's what I'll cherish. Tina Carnana
 

April Denham posted on 1/21/22
We were just speaking of Eva the other night while making leather bread with my mom Janell Denham and my brother Eric. As a child growing up in the kingdom hall our close circle of friends were brothers and sisters I have many fond memories of getting together and making pizza pizza parties. She said you had to put in enough oregano to make it smell real good. I still have dreams of being in their house swimming in their pool and if you were lucky cinnamon rolls or leather bread.
 

Patsy Schauer posted on 1/21/22
Ginger was always happy to see me! I remember thinking she was one of the kindest people to know, always so positive in her thoughts and kind to everyone. God put an Angel on earth! I will miss her.
 

Barbara Lippoldt posted on 1/21/22
Ginger touched my life. I am so thankful that she shared the love of Jesus with me. I know she is now with Him singing. God bless her family during this time. We will see Ginger again. Thank you for being a family of God to those who do not know the love of Jesus and His children. Thank you and God Bless. Sincerely, Barb Lippoldt
 

Daniel Ikonomi posted on 1/21/22
She was a very dear friend to our family. We will always remember her. May her beautiful soul rest in peace Ikonomi Family
 

Evis & Isidor Budina posted on 1/21/22
Our deep condolences for your loss. May the Lord comfort and strengthen you all now and always . Love
 

David Novak posted on 1/21/22
May God Bless you my dear friend and client Bill. Thank you for your friendship these last 15 years. It has been my pleasure to know you and your wonderful family. RIP my friend. David Novak Pugi Hyundai
 

Evis & Isidor Budina posted on 1/21/22
Our most sincere condolences for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all. May the Lord comfort and strengthen your family now and always. Love
 

Laurie Mondragon posted on 1/21/22
Ginger was a ray of sunshine. I had the pleasure of knowing her as she substitute taught in the elementary schools. She was a joy. My condolences to Ginger's family.
 

Peace Hospice, A Three Oaks Company posted on 1/21/22
The Peace Hospice, Three Oaks family wishes to express our sincere condolences to Patricia’s family and friends. We are honored that we could provide care and companionship to Patricia and her family on her final journey. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. 
 

Debbie Fenske posted on 1/20/22
My prayers are for all of you, her family, that you will feel the strength of everyone’s love, and prayers to the Lord to ease your pain and sorrow, and for you to feel Jesus bearing your burden, so near, right beside you each if you. I was so blessed to spend so many years with Ginger, worshipping together at our weekly Women of the Word Bible Studies, and at our fellowship gatherings. I loved how she sang unto the Lord with her whole being. So often I realized, I need more of that to give to the Lord. Ginger was a blessing. She was always so touched, even yo tears, at the difficulties of others. And yet she was always full of the joy of the Lord. I will always miss her presence in my life. I am so thankful for the many years of knowing her and truly enjoying being her sister In the Lord here on this earth, May you all truly be blessed with love and comfort of Jesus at this time.
 

Charles J Hohn posted on 1/20/22
A wonderful aunt to us children. Only saw her summers when they traveled to SD. Many fond memories when they visited the farm. A kind gentle soul as memory serves.
 

Ron Searl posted on 1/20/22
I will always have fond memories of Carole. I guess I got to know her best when we were both employed at the Countryside Center Hornsby's store in Yorkville. She had a wonderful sense of humor and was very tolerant of the many antics of the Hornsby's stock and clerical folks. My condolences, thoughts, and prayers are with Carole's family members.
 

Tammy posted on 1/20/22
I remember meeting Ginger for the first time when our family Attended Waterman Church. She extended A welcoming smile and made us feel treasured. I would see Ginger from time to time in The grocery store gathering food for the next event. While she had her hands full, she always seemed at peace and took the time to chat. I admired Ginger for her passion for the Lord, it was evident in all she put her hand to. We will miss this beautiful sister in the Lord, but rejoice in her homecoming. May the Lord comfort family and friends as they mourn her loss. With Love and Sympathy, Geoff and Tammy Small
 

Julie Morsch posted on 1/20/22
What a beautiful life for this woman of God. I met Ginger through WOW and watched the light of God shine through her. Her voice sang beautifully and from her heart. I prayed for her through her struggle. I am continuing prayer for her family and friends as they miss her. I believe God and Jesus welcomed her with open arms and said “Well done my beautiful child!” Hold on to those beautiful memories you created with dear Ginger and know all the lives she touched were blessed , including mine! Love and comfort to you all from me. Julie Morsch
 

Denise Horn posted on 1/20/22
Praying for your family as you grieve the loss of Sweet Ginger. What a lovely lady she is, a joy to know, and a blessing to all she met with her kindness, words of encouragement, and gentle demeanor. She loved the Lord Jesus and served Him beautifully. Her spirit was filled with His praise continually and there was always a song on her heart. Though we feel the loss here, we do not grieve like those who have no hope--there will be a happy reunion one day! Ginger has passed over to her reward; she is with the Lord now, and In His presence is fullness of joy!
 

Tom & Kathy Morgan posted on 1/20/22
Laurie and family, we are so sorry to hear about Keith. We will remember his humor and pranks in the neighborhood. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
 

Greg Strong posted on 1/19/22
Uncle Jim, Cousins and friends: Diane and I, along with our children, extend our heartfelt condolences to you on Aunt Ginger’s transition into Heaven. We treasure our memories of first meeting all of you at the farm and singing hymns in your living room. Though we’ve not had many opportunities to be together we will cherish the promise that we will see Aunt Ginger again. May God Bless you and continue to strengthen you as walk through this valley. Love, Greg and Diane
 

Tom wisted posted on 1/19/22
So sorry to the Fay family it is alway hard to loose a parent as I well know. Hunger was always so sweet and full of smiles. I will miss seeing her serving good on Friday’s. Hood luck yo you all.
 

Susan Eichelberger posted on 1/19/22
We were sad to learn of Ginger’s passing. She was a good Christian woman and a great teacher at WOW. May God surround your family with His love and comfort you. Susan and David Eichelberger
 

Thomasina Hammond posted on 1/19/22
Dear Margaret, Sending my condolences and heartfelt thoughts during this difficult time. Thomasina
 

Thomasina Hammond posted on 1/19/22
Margaret, My deepest condolences to you and your family. I'm thinking of you and sending prayers during this sad time.
 

Elizabeth Mays posted on 1/19/22
Dear Broderick Family, I'm so sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed chatting with him when he visited Trish. He always made me feel welcomed in family gatherings. Please accept my sympathy.
 

Linda M Ladendorf posted on 1/19/22
Thoughts and Prayers to the family; Bill was a wonderful, knowledgeable, and funny person to work with at Farm Bureau! He was all about family; that's what made him the person he was!
 

Don Salyards posted on 1/19/22
I first met Keith in 1971, my first year as a Ph.D. student at Kansas State University. We were office mates and he graduated and took a Professor of Economics position at UW Eau Claire. I remember how excited he was to move back to Wisconsin. A year later I moved to Winona, Minnesota to teach there. Winona and Eau Claire are only about sixty miles apart. I remember one Christmas Season, about 1975 when my wife Deb and I met Laurie and Keith in downtown Minneapolis to do some holiday shopping and to have lunch. That winter Saturday with the Leitners was so warm and wonderful that I shall never forget it. A couple of years later Keith and I went fishing down in Florida with his dad, Bob. We also met Vera. They were both lovely and kind. Keith had a contagious enthusiasm that I have tried to emulate my whole life. Every day was an adventure for Keith. When I was with Keith, I felt like I was simply nuts if I didn’t try to milk every glorious minute out of every day. He was great. Simply great! Laurie, I have admired you with awe as you have loved and supported Keith through good and bad times. You are the real deal; a mother and a wife who is loyal, true, and honorable forever. My love to you and Heidi and Holly and your extended family. Don Salyards
 

William Badal posted on 1/19/22
May the Lord give you His comfort as we wait to see Jesus and all of our love ones, Zhe is in the Arm of our Lord.
 

Kimaya posted on 1/19/22
Margaret, Sending my deepest sympathy to you and your family. May the fun memories of your Dad give you all comfort during this difficult time. Thinking of you all and will keep you and your family in my prayers.
 

Stephanie Morgan posted on 1/19/22
Margaret, I am so sorry to read of your father's passing. You and your family are in my thoughts.
 

 
Maria Bermudez posted on 1/19/22
Those we love truly never leave us. In our hearts they always hold a place. You will be missed.
 

Becky Ruedin posted on 1/19/22
My condolences to you and yours.
 

Ila Holloway posted on 1/19/22
I am sorry Ginger has finished her earthly time as that is a loss for family and friends, but we rejoice in her presence with the Lord. II Corinthians 4:16-5:10. I am one of your past laborers at the BBQ!!
 

Larry and Bethany Jones posted on 1/19/22
My wife and I wish to offer our most sincere condolences. We are out of the area and cannot attend the funeral but please know that our hearts are with you all.
 

Pastor Mark D. Vlad posted on 1/19/22
We at New Beginnings Church send our love, prayers and condolences to Pastor Jim and his family. My wife and I had the honor of meeting Jim and Ginger several times. In those times Ginger was to us very welcoming and always glowed with the love of our Lord. May the arms of our loving Savior embrace all of her family and friends hearts and bring you all comfort. Ginger’s words would be to all. Keep living for him till we meet again. Let your tears water the seeds of all to come. Greeting them with the love of our Lord! Always in the love of the God we serve, Love and prayers, Pastor Mark & Alice Vlad and church family of New Beginnings church, Rock City, Illinois.
 

Kim Falco posted on 1/18/22
May God embrace you all in your sorrow. Ginger is in her Father's loving arms. I am thinking of you all and remembering you in prayer.
 

Steve Olsen posted on 1/18/22
Our prayers and sympathy are with you at this most difficult time. Love to you all, Steve and Elaine Olsen.
 

Diane Hammon posted on 1/18/22
Lori and Family--So sorry to hear of Don's passing. I remember him as a very kind and generous guy who had a wonderful smile and was fun to visit with. I am sure he was a wonderful grandpa to the grandkids and a loving husband to you. May you have wonderful memories of your times together. We send our love! Bob and Diane Hammon
 

Mary Krause posted on 1/18/22
Lori and family, So sorry to hear about Don's passing. Don was a good neighbor and a good man. Bill says he can still hear Don's voice as they talked "over-the-fence" (figuratively) outside in our cul-de-sac. He specifically remembers how Don used to called his name. He will be missed. May Don rest in peace and may the Lord comfort you all. Love, Bill & Mary K.
 

Patti Pearson posted on 1/17/22
Lori and family, I was so sad to hear of Don’s passing. I will remember him always as a funny and happy guy in high school. Lori, you were always the true love of his life and I’m glad you had 41 wonderful years of marriage and your high school love story, too. Your family will remain in my thoughts and prayers as you go through these very difficult day, months, years ahead. He passed a very blessed man. Love and prayers. Patti (Marshall) Pearson ** Thoughts also to Rich and Floya.
 

Steve Shawl posted on 1/17/22
Hi Lori. I was shocked to hear of Don's passing. How ironic I have been home last week with Covid as well. No fun and not a joke for sure. I said prayers for him today. We will miss him. He would stop by our shop on a regular basis to talk about the latest this or that.
 

Brenda J. Dailey posted on 1/17/22
Our deepest sympathy to Lori, Garrett, Marley and families. I will always remember his laugh and smile, especially when we played Pictionary.... Rest in Peace Don! Rick and Brenda Dailey, DeKalb
 

Don Mathsen posted on 1/17/22
I have many great memories of Pastor Holz' time in the two Minnesota churches - Bethlehem (Alvarado) and Kongsvinger (rural Oslo). Pastor Holz was a compassionate individual. The Holz family was active in the community. In addition to being my pastor, we spent many hours on the racquetball court keeping each other in physical shape. He usually won. During the summer, Pastor Gerry was the pitcher on the Alvarado community softball team. God's Peace to the Holz family during this time of loss.
 

Debbie a Petschow posted on 1/16/22
To my loving Mom who loved to travel and shop for shoes. You will be missed more then you know. Your daughter
 

Jim Cox posted on 1/16/22
I offer my deepest condolences to the Moore family. A BFHS class of 1976 graduate, friend, and a good guy to hang around with! There were six or seven of us, classmates, who each had muscle cars as they are referred to now, and Brian had his 'GC" ghetto cruiser, aka-heavy chevy. He wasn't a fancy guy who needed to impress anyone, and he could call you out if you were being "stupid", which we all were at times...I remember a time we all piled into the ghetto cruiser and went to a Foghat concert at the Rockford Speedway. I don't think we had any"Pot", but definitely had plenty of beer. It was one of many times we cruised around the Walworth-Fontana-Williams Bay area, just looking for trouble...nothing to get us locked up, but maybe would be frowned upon by our parents, the P's (peas) as Brian would refer no them. It was in the GC that we got stopped by the Delavan Police one Friday or Saturday night when we were all drinking ...needless to say we were in a bit of trouble as the cops took our beer away and told us to go home. We got chewed out by the P's as the cops called them the next day. I haven't had contact with Brian in over 40 years, he was closer to my brother, Tom, as they both lived in Fontana and hung out together after we all graduated. We went our separate ways and lost touch, but my memories of this time in my life are great and Brian was a big part of that. He was a true and loyal friend and a hard worker in his job. I hope others who knew Brian will also share their memories as well. Godspeed Bri...you will be missed!
 

Joey Flock posted on 1/16/22
I have known Keith for over 40 years. We were neighbors when our children were very young. He would dress up as a scarey character for Halloween and frighten all the kids, especially Heidi. When Holly was born, as a tornado went through the neighborhood, he called to see if we had any ice. Others will have "stories" of his softball team that often won the sportsmansip award. I learned to play Black Jack from the parties he hosted in preparation for our trip to Vegas. He was a kind, energetic, and happy man. Excitement and fun followd him. Those few special years we shared in Eau Claire will always mean a lot to me. God blessed us with him as a neighbor and friend.
 

Kathleen Barry Ingram posted on 1/15/22
I have known Laurie and Keith since high school. I watched their friendship develop into a life long love. I was the maiden of honor in their wedding and even though, we have lived far apart we always kept in touch. Watching our daughters grow into amazing women. Laurie and Keith were the best of parents. I will miss my friend Keith. My condolences to Laurie and the girls. Love, Kathy
 

Kathleen Barry Ingram posted on 1/15/22
I have been friends with Laurie and Keith since high school. Watched their friendship develop into their life long love. I was the maid of honor in their wedding and even though we lived far apart, we always kept in touch and watched each other’s children go. So much love and fun. You will be missed dear Keith. My best to Laurie and the girls
 

Mary Cavender Bogert posted on 1/15/22
Sandy was always so kind and generous towards my late mother, Katie Cavender. Mom always spoke highly of Sandy. My deepest sympathy to her husband and her children. Anyone who met Sandy, walked away a better person. She is with Pam now, both whole and happy again.
 

Sandy McFarland posted on 1/15/22
May God hold you gently on this journey of loss and may your memories keep you warm.
 

Kari (Knack) Schmuck posted on 1/15/22
My deepest sympathy to those who knew and loved Brian. I being one of those that loved him dearly. He was always there to make you laugh. I will always cherish the times I'd see him and my nephew, Christopher, in the store. We would talk and talk for what seemed like hours. He was a great father and a special long time friend. He always texted or called me on the holidays, to catch up on life. Which I will miss. Rest in peace, dear friend.
 

Kelly (Knack) Harrington posted on 1/15/22
To my #1 son, Christopher. It is my belief, that the stars we gaze up at in the nights sky, are the windows of heaven. Thus allowing our chosen loved ones to watch over us. Your father's window, will be the brightest star shining down upon you. Your father's love and pride for you was endless. He could not have asked for a better son. His eyes lit up, with a smile on his face every time he spoke of you! He will forever live on in your heart, your actions and your memories. All your father's qualities, live within you. I love you mucho grande! You have my deepest condolences Christopher. XOXOXOXO
 

Mickey Schuett posted on 1/15/22
I have known Keith for over 70+ years, he was a bright loving husband, father and friend of many. He will always be remembered as a SUPER CUBS FAN & an ADOPTED GREEN BAY PACKER FAN. Turn on the game this weekend and know he is watching
 

Cynthia Cooper posted on 1/15/22
My sincere condolences to the family on the loss of this great lady. We were coworkers many moons ago. Rest in peace my friend.
 

Kelsie Harrington posted on 1/14/22
Brian could turn anything into a joke. It is so hard to associate the pain of losing him to the man that he was. I have so many funny memories of conversations that mainly consisted of exchanging witty one-liners. If I could say anything to him now, it would be thank you. When I came back to Wisconsin, Brian accepted me. He loved me and treated me like I was his own daughter. He was proud of my accomplishments and showed interest in my life. If I was at the house to play video games with Christopher, Brian would always duck his head in and ask a related question. "Are you guys catching all them pokemans?" To which, we'd laugh, roll our eyes, and say, "yeah." I will always remember that and the time he took me for a ride in his Corvette, making comparisons to my old (and inferior) Mustang. I'm so very grateful to have the opportunity to have such an amazing figure in my life from visiting Christopher on his birthday as a kid and for the past few years as an adult. Thank you, Brian. I love you and I will miss you so much. I cannot believe you're gone. My deepest condolences to my brother Christopher and the rest of the Moore family.
 

Kelly (Knack) Harrington posted on 1/14/22
It is with a heavy heart that I'm sitting here trying to pay my respects to an amazing man that left us all way too soon. Please bear with me. Brian is loved by us all. He was a patient, giving and caring man. He'd give you the shirt off his back. If you needed anything, he'd be there! He will forever be a super hero to some of us. My deepest, deepest condolences to Brian's entire family as well as to all his friends and anyone lucky to have known Brian. I love you Disco! You will forever be missed.
 

 
Phyllis Cash posted on 1/14/22
REV. Spong will be missed, I met him at REECC. He was a bright light in a very dark place, thank you ♥
 

Flora Adkins posted on 1/14/22
I will miss our many phone calls over the years we have been friends for about 53 yrs
 

Suzette Johnson posted on 1/14/22
She was the epitome of the sweetest cutest Mrs Santa Claus at RCMC’s annual Christmas party, even with her pink rosy cheeks. She was one of the kindest person I know. She had a gentle soul. She was one of a kind. I’m a better person because of her. May her family find comfort and cherish the memories of this amazing women. I’m sure she will be missed. Suzette Johnson RN
 

Linda Blanchard posted on 1/13/22
Always loved working with Bobbi. She was always kind and caring. She will be missed! May she Rest In Peace.
 

Harriet Pihera posted on 1/13/22
My condolences go out to the entire family for she was a special person in every way. She was deeply loved and a fun loving person.
 

Jim and Carolyn Sims posted on 1/13/22
Robin, Our condolence to you and your sisters. Sorry I never got to meet her, but I know she was a special lady. She raised you to be special lady. Just know our thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

 
Tom & Diane Owens posted on 1/12/22
All the laughs and tears we shared over the years will forever be in our hearts and memories. Rest in peace, our dear friend. We love you and will miss you always.
 

Eddie Cullins posted on 1/11/22
How lucky I was to know the most caring person I have ever met. Sandy always said I was the brother she never had and I felt honored for her to think of me as a brother. Nothing will ever be the same without Sandy. No more lunches made for field work. No more phone calls to make sure I got home ok. No more tears over Pam. No more deserts or dinners made with Sandy’s hands. No more invitations to the Marshall parties. Now it’s just regrets over things not said and feelings not shared and hugs not given.Sandy’s gone forever and all I have are 57 years of the memories of Sandy caring about other people. Her last words to me were please go check on Earl and see if the cats are fed and her tears over Pam. These words are so inadequate but it’s the best I can do.How I would love to get in the wayback time machine and relive the rumors on Jericho rd that 4 girls were moving to Big Rock.
 

Mary Mack posted on 1/11/22
So Very Sorry yo hear about Sandy, she was enjoying working on her Mother-in -laws house and wanted me to come see what they had done. She seemed really proud what she had Accomplished. God Bless Her. Keep her in my Prayers.
 

Dan & Karen Cribben posted on 1/9/22
Donna was absolutely wonderful. Always had a smile on her face. We loved talking to her. When we moved here 30 years ago, she was living down the road from us. Moved away once, but then came back to her farm. She was always gardening. Had a green thumb. If we were in our yard, she would stop the car to speak to us. Will always remember her. Our condolences to the Rompf and Carlson families. May the love of God help you through these times.
 

Roger Sigmund posted on 1/8/22
Shawn you will be missed by me and so many others .We had a lot of fun over the years with so many laughs you rest easy now and hopefully we will see you on the other side
 

Sherial McKinney posted on 1/8/22
My sincere condolences to the entire Smith family! Carol and I worked together in Industry for several years. She was a fantastic person, wonderful teacher, and terrific mother too. Words cannot truly describe what a wonderful person she was!
 

Tania J Williams posted on 1/8/22
Shawn was like my Brother. He hung around with my Brother Ron and the gang! It was a great group of guys! I kept in touch and was pulling for him! He will be missed! RIP Shawn and find my brother Ron and hang again! xoxo
 

Julie Phillips posted on 1/8/22
Rev was an amazing man who reminded me of my grandpa. His wit and sense of humor helped get me through my time at REECC he will be missed. His shoes are some hard ones to fill. May God bless you Judy and all the children, grandchildren and great grandchildren as well. I'm grateful to have the honor of meeting you. Julie Phillips
 

Carol May Darcy Wheeler posted on 1/7/22
Tammy, my heart is breaking for you and your family. Know that you are in my families' thoughts at this difficult time.
 

 
Vicki Foley posted on 1/7/22
Shawn you are one of a kind. You will be missed by many. Love the time we had together. Fly with the angels my friend.
 

Rhonda Heyd posted on 1/7/22
I know I speak for my entire family when I say, our sympathies to all of the family and friends of Pastor Jerry. We live next-door to their family in Alvarado Minnesota.
 

mary burruss posted on 1/6/22
Dear Marianne and family, I am so sorry for the loss of your husband. May your precious memories keep his spirit alive. You and your family are in our prayers. God bless Mary Burruss
 

Laurie Weber Schwarzenberger posted on 1/6/22
I was so fortunate to have been a friend and colleague of Lisa. We worked together at Mercy Health System. She was an amazing Occupational Therapist and always a strong advocate for the patients that she worked with. Lisa was fun, creative and had such a big ❤! I can still hear her giggling laugh!! You will be so, so missed my friend. My sincere condolences to her family...she loved you BIG!!
 

Kayla westenberger posted on 1/6/22
I met Rev. Spong and his wife in reecc...they both dedicated their live to helping cast outs...I pray Judy is receiving all kinds of God's strength...and the kids...I never met you but he did talk about you. ...you know what's crazy....he called us princesses...all of us. In that place. I'm glad you're not suffering anymore rev. And Judy... My heart goes out to you. Thank you for getting me all the Francine Rivers books you had to read. It saved me in there.❤️
 

Deborah Veneros posted on 1/5/22
Rest In peace My Friend. My Thoughts And Prayers Go Out To His Family During This Difficult Time.
 

Jacquie posted on 1/5/22
Rest easy my friend.. I hope you are playing music in heaven, this we know was your comfort zone❤️I will miss our conversations so much… you will be missed by so many. We love you my friend.. fly high
 

Bernie posted on 1/5/22
you were an awesome friend I'm gonna miss you dude
 

Diane Cohan posted on 1/5/22
Marianne, so sorry for the loss of your beloved Don..my condolences to you and your family.
 

Scott Feigl posted on 1/5/22
Redwood tree by Van Morrison God bless you Steve
 

terry schiltz posted on 1/5/22
had some fun times at goomba hill r.i.p. my friend
 

Steve J posted on 1/4/22
I am lucky to have known and worked with Don. As tough a dude you'll ever meet yet a good human. TY Don, you'll always be part of my hearts neighborhood.
 

Jacquie Cotton posted on 1/4/22
Rest easy my friend.. I am so thankful we were able to hear you play a couple weeks ago.. I will miss our conversations.. you will be missed❤️
 

Karen and Steve DeBolt posted on 1/4/22
We have been blessed to have Don as a neighbor for the last 20 years. He put the roof on our house. We also attended First Lutheran with Don. He was always kind and always asked about our son Andrew who he watched grow up. He was so kind and appreciative of everything that was done for him. We will miss him and pray for comfort for his family.
 

JOHN DUNCAN posted on 1/4/22
May you find peace my brother and go to the father with open arms.
 

Assumpta Roche and family posted on 1/4/22
Our deepest sympathy to Marianne and family on the unexpected death of Don.May the Lord comfort you all.Rest in peace Don.
 

pamela szczesniak posted on 1/4/22
I had the honor of sharing a pew with Don every Saturday at the 5pm church service at First Lutheran Church of Plano. We would share conversation which is how I got to know this wonderful man. My deepest sympathy goes out to his loving family I an really going to miss his smiling face. He is now resting in the arms of our Lord at his eternal home. Prayers for comfort to his family and friends.
 

Elizabeth Baugher posted on 1/4/22
Uncle Russ’s big heart will always be remembered. His twinkling eyes, big smile, joyful laughter, and big hug were always part of his welcoming greeting. Russ’s sense of adventure and love of family was always present and will be missed. All our love, Butch and Betsy Baugher
 

Todd Collura posted on 1/4/22
Steve was my journeyman partner when I was an apprentice. He was the best mechanic I have worked with in my career. I know there are many others he influenced and taught over the years. Steve's meticulous nature, drive for perfection and care of others is something I still strive for today. He will be missed. My condolences and well wishes for his family and close friends. Goodbye Steve
 

 
Tammy Chism posted on 1/3/22
Your humor lit up a room. I light a candle in your remembrance Dad!!!
 

Perry Wolf posted on 1/3/22
So sorry for your loss. Condolences to the whole family. Perry and Kim Wolf
 

 
Becky Gabriel posted on 1/3/22
Anytime we saw Uncle Marvin he always had a positive uplifting spirit. Full of love and hugs. Even through his battle he thought of others. He would constantly make dinner for me and the boys to help make it easier on us. He even hunted down a turkey over the summer to make his amazing grilled turkey dinner. He shared so much love, kindness, prayers, and helped so many. He will be forever loved and missed but never forgotten. We love you uncle Marvin Mike Becky Evan and Jameson
 

Mary O Farrell posted on 1/2/22
Marianne, my condolences to you and all of your family at this sad time. Thinking of you. Mary O'Farrell, Glenduff, Mitchelstown.
 

 
Susan Beck posted on 12/31/21
I am so sorry to hear this. My thoughts are with you Mr. Smith, Jennifer, Todd, David, and family. Mrs. Smith was the best neighborhood mom I could have had growing up. She was such a nice lady! I have enjoyed our back and forth birthday wishes to each other over the years, since we shared a birthday. She never forgot! Thinking of you all.
 

Jim Catanzaro posted on 12/31/21
Marianne, Many condolences to you and your family
 

 
Emily Garcia-Perez posted on 12/29/21
Te quiero mucho abuela
 

 
Kara posted on 12/27/21
I’ll never forget our mom hang outs while we laughed and watched the kids play. Or how robins were your favorite bird because it meant spring was on its way. Happy memories of you cutting up strawberries and sugar for Jadyn because that was his favorite snack. I know our lives went in different directions and we lost touch. But I’m so thankful for the memories we shared and that I got to call you my friend. You’ll forever be missed.
 

Becky Haese posted on 12/27/21
He was so kind, gentle.it didnt matter your walk in life, he loved us all the same. Talking with him always gave me hope. He will be missed
 

Katrona Jones posted on 12/26/21
Such a God fearing man, he loved all those God has put on his path. When I was incarcerated, him and his wife showed me the true meaning of God’s love. You’re truly going to be missed, yet I know your light will shine for all to see.
 

Linda Topolski posted on 12/26/21
My children went to St Rene with the Nemchausky children I remember Ron as a funny fun loving man. They were a large wonderful family. My deepest condolences to Rita and her children. God Bless.
 

amanda posted on 12/25/21
I remeber playing dress up with andera she was my first friend growing up I will always remember her fondly. my condolences to her family she was too young.
 

Lulvera Ademi posted on 12/24/21
Andrea and I sat next to each other all through grade school and high school. I was fortunate that she added me on fb and we connected via messenger just a few months ago. I have a lot of memories of Andrea even though we haven’t seen each other since high school and I was heartbroken to hear about her passing. Sending healing and prayers to her family and children.
 

Robert Frye posted on 12/24/21
I was greatly saddened to read that Ron had passed away. I have been praying for him for years even before COVID. I have been a lector at St. Patrick's Church in Yorkville for many years. I had watched Ron lector many times and he was my model when I would lector. Of all the people I have known in my life, no one was more close to God than Ron. I can remember many times him saying in his deep, gentle voice "God loves us." Ron, God really loves you as well. Even though I had not seen him since the beginning of COVID I still prayed for him because i knew he had some medical issues. I fondly remember when I would leave church at the end of mass the last couple of years I saw him, Ron would shake my hand and his hand was so big that it made mine feel like a little kid. So goodbye my old friend. May flights of angels take you wherever you want to go. Every time I lector I will think of you. To your family, you have my deepest sympathy. This is a huge loss to you but, I feel, it is a huge loss for humanity in general.
 

Joe Kinney posted on 12/24/21
I MISS YOU ALL THE TIME! Merry Christmas to you and mom. Love, Joseph
 

Jennifer posted on 12/24/21
Rita and Family Please accept our condolences on the passing of Ron who was so much to many people. His big praying and singing voice will be missed at Mass. May all your happy, fun memories be the light during this grieving time. God Bless The Broadway Family
 

Wendy Rosecky posted on 12/23/21
David Spong was one of my favorite people on this earth. I worked with him for over 17 years in the prison system and I could never have asked for a better leader. He was kind helpful always had my back and completely believed in me. Such a great loss here on earth you will be missed. And I will miss our monthly calls and chats
 

Michael & Cindy Sontag posted on 12/23/21
David and Judy have been close friends, more like family actually, for almost 40 years. He and Judy were like surrogate grandparents to our kids. We love and miss David, and are heartbroken for his wonderful family left behind. He will be remembered for his love for Jesus and his family. Praying the comfort and peace from our loving Heavenly Father would surround Judy and family.
 

Terry Dignan posted on 12/23/21
May your memories of his goodness sustain you during these trying times ahead and may you ALWAYS remember the wonderful times you had with him.
 

Marie Zilka posted on 12/22/21
My condolences to Rita and family. My memory goes back to the Marquette Garden Club when he and Bernard helped to set up the tables for the annual garden shows at Marquette Park.
 

Doug Cox posted on 12/22/21
As a friend of Dawn, I’ve known David for 40 years. He has literally been the same person all of those years. Kind and mild mannered. My wife and I always enjoyed seeing David and Judy and catching up with what was happening in their lives.
 

Matthew Brophy posted on 12/22/21
My heartfelt condolences to the Nemchausky family on the sudden loss of Ronald. My the love of family and friends sustain you in this most difficult time. Stay united in faith and prayer.
 

Tim Lyons posted on 12/22/21
God bless Father Matt. Thinking and praying for you and your family during this difficult time. The Lyons Family Tim, Katie, Liam, Owen, Connor, Quinn, Shane
 

Margie Steinway posted on 12/21/21
Rita and family, Our deepest sympathies. Your cousin, Margie and John
 

Erin and Bruce Oates and family posted on 12/21/21
We have enjoyed many happy family gatherings with Ron. He will be missed by all. Our prayers are with all of you. God bless!
 

Larry and Terri Jennings posted on 12/21/21
Rest In Peace Ron. You certainly have touched many with your generous kindness and blessings. May you be rewarded well! You gave us so much joy. Your smile and welcome blessings will always be remembered. May the perpetual light shine brightly upon Ron. Peace and love to Rita and family.
 

Donna Leonard posted on 12/21/21
Just saw this today. Sad for us but I do know she was ready to go ‘home’. She had a significant influence in my life and in the lives of my children. I will miss her and had wanted to visit her once the pandemic had ended as I did not want to risk spreading the virus to her if I became unknowingly exposed.
 

Roger Steinway posted on 12/21/21
Dearest Rita and Family, I am so sorry to hear about Ron. I enjoyed talking to him at family gatherings. His sunny outlook and positive vibe always made for a good time. May God bless you all. Roger & Debbie Steinway
 

Hilary Nechi posted on 12/20/21
Nunez Family, Hoping for peace for your grieving hearts. Damian sounds like a wonderful man. We are so very sorry for this tremendous loss to your family. We pray for you. With love, Zach & Hillary Nechi
 

 
Megan Rice posted on 12/20/21
Damian had the most contagious smile and laugh. He treated his friends and coworkers with so much love, respect, and admiration. He was kind, humorous, and constantly joking around. He didn’t live for serious moments and preferred to have fun, even during hard times. My condolences to his family and friends. Rest easy, Damian. And give your puppy some love for me.
 

Jon molero posted on 12/20/21
My Little brother I will miss you, I ll pray that your souls find peace it was an honor to met a great person like you , I will always remember that smile and that great moments we shared together you left an impact on my life and show me that you can always smile no matters what live put in front of you I will always remember those good moments and I know you live thru does good memories inside on of all of us my hearts will remember you and always will have space for you , Love you brother will miss you Jon molero
 

Jon molero posted on 12/20/21
My little brother I will always miss you… you left an impact on my life it was an honor to met a great person like you. I always remember that smile and the great moments we shared together , I know you in a better place now and you always be in my heart I ll pray that your soul find peace I know you don’t go away you are part of our hearts forever Love you brother Jon Molero
 

James Orth posted on 12/20/21
Dear Father Matt please accept our deepest condolences on the loss of you beloved Dad. You are not only our Priest and spiritual advisor, but also a very dear friend. In spite of the changes at Mater Christi/St Paul VI we will always think of you as our Pastor .Debbie, Jimmy, and of course our Greyhound GARY as well.
 

Connie Johnson posted on 12/20/21
Please accept my sincere sympathy on the loss of your dear loved one. Ron will be missed by all of us at St. Patrick Parish. Love and Prayers
 

John Kiainz posted on 12/20/21
I have never met a person with a more positive outlook on life. Everyday you would come into may office and try to make the Crabby Old Man smile or laugh. Your smile and demeanor were infectious. I never have met someone as positive about life as you. The world has lost someone very special. You will always be in my thoughts and prayers. I know that in heaven you will continue to be the shining light that you were while you were here with us. Rest In Peace my friend I will truly miss you.
 

 
Norma posted on 12/19/21
Siempre recordare la última vez que veniste a California y querías llevarme a los masajes con final feliz.
 

Ed Mierzycki posted on 12/19/21
The "I will never forgets" are countless my good friend. I will forever miss you walking by on Thursdays with big smile asking, "Bogo?" for boneless Thursdays at bdubs. That big smile with an outstretched hand with a wave and a big smile every time I saw you. That enthusiastic attitude every time you were working a car sale with me. The small talks we had just about life and you asking me for advice about the same. Always a huge smile, never a frown, and always lit up a room when you entered. Good friend its not goodbye forever, just goodbye for now. I will see you on the other side Da-mo. Rest in peace in heaven my friend. I will never ever forget you. To the family may God give you strength and peace going forward, Damian is a gift we were all fortunate to enjoy so very much. God bless
 

Laula posted on 12/19/21
Dearest Becky, & Domick, Our hearts are always with you❤ I love you!
 

Laula posted on 12/19/21
Dearest Becky, and Dominck. Our hearts are always with you❤! Love you!
 

Ruth and Floyd Derby posted on 12/18/21
Oh Jinny---the memories I have of all the fun times together playing cards and the girl events at the lake. Ruthie My best to all the family
 

Jack&Kate(Wise)OConner posted on 12/18/21
Larry,Doni,and Nancy and Families, our thoughts and prayers are with each of you today, as we remember your beautiful mother Jinny, always a smile, and a kind word for everyone she greeted. We have so many wonderful memories of our days at Lake George with your mother and dad and of course your dear grandma Effie. Your father Don giving Jack his first tackle box. The entire Nelson family were and still are a wonderful family and we feel blessed to have known them in our life. May The Lord give you comfort and peace in the days ahead. In Christ Love, Jack&Kate
 

Molly Antrup posted on 12/17/21
To The Wallis Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you in the loss of Jennie. What a spirit of life she had and loved every day. Always a kind word and smile to everyone. May she have peace now and enjoy rest. Sincerely, Chris and Molly Antrup
 

 
Brian & Julie Rasmussen posted on 12/17/21
There were just so many good times on the water boating in Oshkosh, it's impossible to pick just one.
 

Julia Clark (Veneros) posted on 12/17/21
I'm so sorry for your loss, and the Lord bless and keep you all the days of your lives.
 

Kevin Kilstrom posted on 12/16/21
We send our sincerest condolences on the loss of your mother and wife to Jane, George, Myron, Jimmie and Jim. We warmly remember many visits with Anna over the years and the wonderful hospitality always shown us. What a remarkable life lived from such humble and extraordinary beginnings! May you all find peace and comfort in the coming days and years as fond memories return to you. Kevin & Dorota Kilstrom and family
 

Judy Cecchi posted on 12/15/21
Anna and I had soooo many good times on the golf course! We also had many frustrating experiences together there...all part of the game! You just had to be there to understand the laughter we so often shared. She will always be a special friend in my heart. My sincerest sympathy to Jim and family.
 

 
Richard Jacobson posted on 12/14/21
Diana and Regina, So sorry for your loss
 

Stanley S Singpiel posted on 12/14/21
Dear family and friends of Sam, We are so sorry to hear that Sam passed away. We are thankful we had the opportunity to meet and visit with Sam on a few occasions. Sam was always gracious when we spoke. We pray God's gifts of comfort and healing in the days ahead. Stan & Kathy Singpiel
 

Dawn Veljkovic posted on 12/13/21
Diana Please accept my deepest condolences on the passing of your brother. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May his Memory Be Eternal!
 

 
Dawn Veljkovic posted on 12/13/21
Diana, Please accept my deepest sympathies on the passing of your brother. My thoughts and prayers are with and your entire family. May his Memory Be Eternal! Dawn Veljkovic
 

Morgan Hansen posted on 12/13/21
Diana, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Morgan Hansen
 

Brad Pickett posted on 12/13/21
I was so sorry to hear of Sam's passing. Although I did not know him well, the few times we met he seemed like a really good guy. Our deepest sympathies and condolences. Brad Pickett and Family
 

Laurel french posted on 12/13/21
I remember when I was you and he came to visit my family in Michigan he would get a motel room and when he came over he would seeif any of us kids wanted to stay the night with him and there was times that I would he always made me feel like I was his nieve from birth
 

Bill Doran posted on 12/13/21
Diana, On behalf of Cambridge Lakes Charter School, I would like to extend our condolences on the loss of your brother Sam. I know your family is very close. I will be praying that your entire family experience a sense of peace in the days ahead. Bill Doran
 

 
Scott Stillman posted on 12/13/21
Tony, I am so sorry for your loss. We will keep you in our prayers. There are no words that I can offer to help with this pain, except please know that my family is deeply moved by this news and even though we have never met nor did we know Ashley we will keep her and your family in our thoughts and prayers for peace and healing. Scott Stillman
 

GUY KIM LOMBARDO posted on 12/13/21
We are so sorry to hear this. Sam was a great guy and will be missed.
 

Regina Wright posted on 12/12/21
To my big brother- no words can express how sad we all are- how unfair this seems. Our family is incomplete without you. You were kind, funny, thoughtful and loving. A wonderful father, son, uncle, brother and friend. I will miss your sense of humor most - especially when dealing with your sisters. Until we meet again
 

Mark Davi posted on 12/10/21
It's a year since your passing ,you are dearly missed and in our thoughts ! With love ,Mark ,Antoinette,Denise and family's
 

Tom quinn sr posted on 12/10/21
My condolences to his family. I met Eldin though the car shows and always enjoyed his company. He was truly one of kind . Rest in peace my friend
 

John & Christina Nelson posted on 12/8/21
Sorry for your loss. Prayers for peace and comfort at this difficult time. Much love
 

 
Noah Uher posted on 12/7/21
John helped to keep me sane during the Day Out With Thomas event this year, thanks to his extensive knowledge base on the Q. He was a good man and will be sorely missed.
 

Catherine Orseske posted on 12/7/21
Sorry to hear of Lee's passing. He was a gentlemen and a joy at Yahoo group meetings. RIP to a wonderful man.
 

Debbie posted on 12/7/21
Momma Rita! You are missed dearly already! Your outlook on life and attitude are genuine and honorable. Tough lady with a huge heart! All our love!!!! -Schmidt crew
 

Kathy McMahon posted on 12/6/21
Della Janis called and told me about Dick. I am very very sorry for your loss. I cannot tell you how many times during the past week I thought about you and how Dick was doing. I do not know if I will be able to get to the funeral but if I don't please know I am thinking of you and will talk with you soon
 

Sergio Kurtscheidt posted on 12/6/21
I’m so sorry to hear about the passing of Ashley. May the special memories you made together help you through this difficult time. My most sincere condolences to the Adrahtas family, extended family and friends.
 

John & Halina Marra posted on 12/4/21
Both Halina and I were so deeply shocked and saddened to learn of Joyce's passing she was our wonderful neighbor and friend of many years. We send our deepest condolences to her family at this sad and difficult time, she will be missed among us and by her many friends!
 

Brittaney posted on 12/3/21
Beautiful. Words befitting an amazing honorable man. We love and miss you so much grandpa. Please rest easy and say hi to the good company you are sure to keep up there's
 

Elizabeth Rudnicki posted on 12/3/21
To the Adrahtas family, Our deepest sympathy.So,so sorry for your loss. The Rudnicki family
 

Elizabeth A Rudnicki posted on 12/3/21
To the Adrahtas family, Our deepest sympathy to the family.So,so sorry for your loss. Rudnicki family
 

Nancy posted on 12/3/21
Our deepest condolences Mr.Hager will truly be missed Dr.Meschi Dr.Chen and staff Rush Copley.
 

Joanne Pagonis posted on 12/2/21
Wishing you strength in these difficult times. Sending prayers to you and your family ❤️
 

Robert & Vickie Pay posted on 12/2/21
Dear Donna, With deepest sympathy, we are familiar with your pain. Our prayer is for much strength and support for your family during this difficult time. "Experiencing Grief" by H. Norman Wright will help with the grieving process.
 

Barb & Ed Phelan posted on 12/1/21
Donna, we shared many happy times with you and Ashley as neighbors, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and all the family. Wishing you peaceful days ahead.
 

Mark Bertane posted on 12/1/21
Juanita and I worked together for many many years. She was an important part of our company. Setting up the books, answering customers questions and always having time to here my thoughts and complaints about one thing or another. She was a pleasure to work along side. Such a good woman.
 

Katie Beard and Family posted on 12/1/21
Donna and family, there are never words to help the pain and sadness during this times and the days to come. I pray and ask that God hold you in his arms during this time. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Tywana Edwards posted on 12/1/21
Robert Hager SR Hoxie classmate of 1967 - Dearest Robert, after reading the story of your passing I realized how even more so we are all blessed to have known each other what a marvelous God we serve by putting us all together growing up. I know you must be rejoicing in heaven. Not one stone Does God leave unturned for his children And to know that your God Given ministry was caring for children is wonderful. It’s Like the word says He chose us and you stepped up to the calling what a blessing and as you stand before father God with your new body how marvelous that must be. Our team in heaven is growing I know by now you’ve probably seen David Patterson, You’re probably Talking to Danny Gibbs too and all I can say is praise God The rest of us will be along soon if it’s the Lords will…Or maybe just maybe will meet Jesus in the air as we enter his courts with Thanksgiving to the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob…Praise God hallelujah amen. “A memorial celebration of life Worship Service will be hosted by Jacob’s Well Church at 3pm (Visitation begins at 2) on Saturday, December 4th which currently meets at the Parkview Christian Schools North Campus at 202 E Countryside Dr. in Yorkville, IL.  In lieu of flowers the family requests any memorials be written to Jacob’s Well Church-Children’s Ministries, PO Box 54, Plano IL 60545.” From Roberts obituary TM Edwards- Presented to the group Hoxie class of 67 and friends (Photograph was available but was unable to send from this format)
 

 
Dale Brandon posted on 12/1/21
So sorry for you loss. I grew up in Hoxie with Robert and even though we lost touch with one another, I have fond memories of our childhood.
 

Mardee Schomer posted on 11/30/21
My deepest condolences to Gene's family and loved ones. Gene was a classmate of mine in high school and I will always remember him as a friendly, sweet and caring guy. Everyone who knew Gene will miss him and remember him this way. I am happy to know that he had a special person to love him and share his last years. So sorry for your loss.
 

Jacqueline Rudder-Tant posted on 11/30/21
I’m so sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences to the family.
 

Jacqueline Rudder-Tant posted on 11/30/21
I’m so sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences and sympathy to the family.
 

 
Janet Hartman posted on 11/30/21
Sorry for your loss!My family sends their prayers and thoughts to you,Kama and family?Love to you all!
 

Karen Pawelczyk posted on 11/29/21
You'll always miss Ashley, but she will always be with you in memories you keep, the stories your family tells, the laughter you share and the love you hold for her. May those good things help heal the hurt in time.
 

Sue Dost posted on 11/29/21
Gene was one of the nicest person . And he was a great neighbor. My sympathy to Penny and Genes family You will be missed. R.I.P. Gene
 

Sharon Marshall Hoerr posted on 11/29/21
Gene sat across from me in study hall at HBR. He was the sweetest, kindest boy I knew. 'So sorry for your loss. Hugs to his family in grief, Sharon
 

Gerrie Parrish posted on 11/28/21
Gene will be missed by this Parrish family. He would attend our family events when he could with Aunt Penny. Always had a story to share and hug to give. RIP Gene. Love, Bob, Gerrie, Nicole and Brooke Parrish. XXOO
 

 
Helen Haffner posted on 11/28/21
Prayer for Ashley O God of spirits and of all flesh, Who hast trampled down death and overthrown the Devil, and given life to Thy world, do Thou, the same Lord, give rest to the souls of Thy departed servant, Ashley, in a place of brightness, a place of refreshment, a place of repose, where all sickness, sighing, and sorrow have fled away. Pardon every transgression which she has committed, whether by word or deed or thought. For Thou art a good God and lovest mankind; because there is no man who lives yet does not sin, for Thou only art without sin, Thy righteousness is to all eternity, and Thy word is truth. For Thou are the Resurrection, the Life, and the Repose of Thy servant, Ashley, who has fallen asleep, O Christ our God, and unto Thee we ascribe glory, together with Thy Father, who is from everlasting, and Thine all-holy, good, and life-creating Spirit, now and ever unto ages of ages. Amen.
 

Paul & Josie Strong posted on 11/27/21
Bob was one of the most generous, happy-go-lucky friends you could have. We always enjoyed going camping with him & Sandy. He will be missed by all who knew him. May he be at peace.
 

Linda Stonecipher posted on 11/26/21
Dear church friend & neighbor, I will miss our talks on the phone & meetings in my driveway when you went for your walk by my house. You & Larry were always so funny in church, you two were quite a pair. You Rest In Peace, Love, Linda & Kim Stonecipher
 

Penny Gruetzmacher posted on 11/25/21
I was very sad to hear that Evie passed away. She was a dear lady that I saw around over the years. I knew her through her daughter, Peggy, who babysat for my daughter, Sarah, and through her son, who was in school at the same time as my sons. I am very sorry for the loss that this must be to her family. Gentle hugs and prayers of comfort for the family.
 

 
Bonnie Bauer posted on 11/25/21
In loving tribute to my dear friend Juanita.
 

Jean Martin posted on 11/25/21
I am devastated by the loss of my good friend and sister in Christ. Juanita and I were not only good friends, but also confidents. I will miss her laugh, her good humor and her kindness. But most of all, I will miss her.
 

Bonnie Bauer posted on 11/24/21
Juanita had a laugh that was catching. Her smile lit up the room and she would do anything for you. She & Larry were wonderful neighbors about 20 years but even better people. Some of our best conversations were over the fence! Her garden was simply beautiful. She gave me marigolds seeds their second year by us and I'm planting new batches that started with those first ones. I will cherish our relationship forever. She took a mother role to me when my mother died. We really missed them when they moved. Rest in peace with the Lord, Juanita. You certainly deserve it.
 

Mark Grady posted on 11/24/21
Butch ( Robert ) was one of the most caring and helpful people I have ever known and one of the best friends I ever had, altho we didn't see much of each other for awhile I loved him like a brother, he will be missed by many. R I P old friend. Mark & Rickie Grady.
 

John and Carolyn Warfield posted on 11/24/21
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of our wonderful friend and associate. May she rest in peace with God. We will miss her terribly along with her great laughter and kkindness to others. She was a great friend and very kind person to us always. We had many good times together as she was a wonderful cook and always invited us to many family functions. We will miss her terribly but will always remember these wonderful times spent together. May God bless her in heaven.
 

Billy Delby posted on 11/22/21
My aunt loved to garden and she made alot of good dished but my favorite was always her green beans. I spend a good part of my childhood with the griffings in the summer and always looked forward to those visits. I will miss her always. Live Billy
 

Michelle m sisto posted on 11/22/21
I just wanna let you all know that I’m thinking about you truly sorry I can’t make it there and aunt Evie will be truly missed my thoughts and prayers are with you always.
 

 
Nan Gratkins posted on 11/20/21
A kind angle God bless
 

Flores Jr family posted on 11/19/21
Sleepy grandpa we’re going to miss you soo much. Love chapolin and Logan
 

Lynn Pooler posted on 11/18/21
I will always love you and miss you very much. I will miss all of our many roads trips. You were such a loving,caring best friend that I was truly blessed to know. Until we meet again my beautiful friend, RIP
 

 
Kim Brinson Fairchild posted on 11/18/21
God Bless U all Though difficult time,
 

Luz Jesenia Sosa Concepcion posted on 11/18/21
Sorry for your loss remember she is your angel now she going protect you y rest the family I know how you feel I still miss my mother I wish I can talk to her but I do she always listening to me my guardian angel now everywhere I go she protect me. I always prayer for you y the family. God bless you and the family
 

 
Jared Urso posted on 11/18/21
A memory that sticks out for me is after we told Mariette that I proposed to Mackenzie (her daughter), she started calling me son and son in law. Nobody’s family ever called me son before and that meant so much to me that it breaks my heart she won’t be at our wedding. I love you mom and I will take great care of your daughter.
 

 
Mackenzie kadlec posted on 11/18/21
I love mommy so much. You will be miss by so many. I have so many memories with u mom I can’t even begin to name them all.
 

Jeanette Dieser Huhn posted on 11/18/21
Mariette was a loyal friend. She appreciated that I took such good care of her daughter when I would babysit her. She was such a good person and I’ll miss her very much.
 

 
Brittany posted on 11/18/21
I miss you so much boss lady. I can't believe your gone. I will always be your rainbow bright. Until we meet again. Love you girl
 

Caleb Newton posted on 11/17/21
Grandpa Jim- I’m so thankful to have known you, you may have not been one of those “sit on my lap grandpas” but you have been the best grandpa I could ever ask for. I loved when we had our talks about sports and about how Baez was a goof over some french fries. I miss you so much down her but we will see each other again someday. Love your grandson, Caleb
 

Jerry Pennington posted on 11/11/21
Chari, so sorry for your loss.
 

Peggy Gehrke Grommon posted on 11/11/21
Prayers for you and your family during this difficult time. Peg
 

Dolly posted on 11/11/21
My dear friend ,Marie, I just learned this afternoon of Jacks' passing .My hugs filled with love are coming your way. I am so very sorry .Hoping to see you soon ..love and prayers to you and family ,Dolly and Ed
 

Arleen podschweit posted on 11/10/21
Marie I am saddened to hear about Jack. I hope you and your kids are well.
 

Maryann Breckling wever posted on 11/9/21
Chari, so terribly sorry for your loss of your husband. Sending prayers to you and your family
 

Sue and Paul Baron posted on 11/9/21
Marie and Family: We are sad what You are enduring. May Jack rest in peace. Take good care of Yourselves. Thinking of You Sue and Paul Baron
 

 
Nina C posted on 11/8/21
My condolences to the family and love ones of Elena may she rest in peace. Depart from her family but she will always be remembered.
 

john ormins posted on 11/6/21
John and Family, So sorry for your loss. our wives and mother are a part of us. Only our loved ones with us and our faith will help us keep going. God bless you all. You remain in my prayers. John Ormins
 

Rod Collman posted on 11/5/21
Many good memories of my cousin Keith and his family. I enjoyed stay overnights and weekends in Yorkville when we were youngsters. Prayers for Sandy his beloved wife of 50 years.
 

Sister Jimene Alviani posted on 11/5/21
Kathy was one of our faithful Associates for many years. When she came to Lemont I would always see her with big smile. She was a gentle, caring, helpful, positive and loving person. I remember when she explained to me about the hula dance and what it meant and the gestures. It was really very spiritual. I also remember how she and John would bring boxes of books to children on the way to visit their daughter in Montana. She was very Franciscan in spirit and an asset to our Program. I imagine she is being welcomed and talking with the other Associates who have gone before her. Though I cannot attend any services due to living abroad, she and her family are continuing to be prayed for. I will offer Masses for all of you as well. She will not be forgotten. May we continue to live with her spirit.
 

Julie Schleitwiler posted on 11/4/21
Dan and I are shocked and saddened to hear the news. Kathy was one of a kind. Kathy had a way of making everyone feel welcomed and loved. Her joy in faith and service of God and neighbor was a witness to all who knew and loved her.
 

 
Cheryl Komlanc posted on 11/4/21
John, Bridget, Jessica and Eric, I am so sorry for your loss. Kathy was truly a jewel. Her optimism, giving spirit and kind heart are qualities that are hard to find and she exhibited them always. My heart aches for your family as you navigate this. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers. Kathy loved you with her heart and soul and she made all of better for having had her in our lives.
 

Rick and Cheryl Brant posted on 11/4/21
I grew up in the same neighborhood with Keith. Many fond memories of childhood days. Our sympathy to Keith’s family.
 

J.T. Johnson posted on 11/3/21
Keith was always a dear friend and we had many laughs and good times until life sort of sent us on our own separate ways. Sandy and Kevin, I will especially keep you in my prayers along with all of your loved ones and always remember those good times we had. Lord willing we'll all meet again.
 

Ron and Joni Cave posted on 11/2/21
Keith ran a great service to Yorkville and the community. Bless his family to hold memories close and dear to them.
 

Stanley McGraw posted on 11/2/21
I met Pete while working at First Student School Bus Company. As it turned out what a great friend he turned out to be. I will miss the luncheon dates we had with Wayne Myers. Rest in Peace Pete.
 

Stanley McGraw posted on 11/2/21
I met Pete while working for First Student School Bus Company. As it turned out what a great friend he turned out to be. I will miss him greatly and our luncheon dates we had with Wayne Myers. Rest in Peace. Stan McGraw
 

 
Shelli Allen posted on 11/1/21
Gerald was always a supportive, kind, and generous friend. He never failed to ask about my family when ever I saw him. He always gave of himself regardless of what he was experiencing in his own life. His faith made him a rock that gave me support and comfort when my Dad was sick. I will be forever grateful for his friendship for these last fifteen years.
 

Tom Harrelson posted on 10/24/21
I met Jerry at Beaumont Hospital when we were both waiting the arrival of our first children. That was in 1973 and the beginning of a still lasting friendship. We both built new homes in Lake Orion and ended up fifty yards from each other. Are families spent a lot of enjoyable time together to include vacations north and in Florida. We are going to miss the smile of a very kind friend. Rest in peace Jerry! Tom, Carmen, Lisa and Ryan
 

Fred concannon posted on 10/24/21
I have known George for over 30 years when I was a young man myself George help me get threw having a son with special needs in 1990 when I worked with him as a part timer I really needed his help and I have always loved him since then I didn’t know if I would ever be able too tell him I came back to work with him a year and a half ago and was able to tell him I thank god for that he was a great man and friend I will miss him Tremendously may god bless him and his family
 

Derek N Schulz posted on 10/24/21
I always appreciated the way George smiled, laughed, and was always willing to help! You will be missed, until we meet again in heaven! My condolences to Sharon, Dana and the Musko family!
 

Annette Schulz posted on 10/24/21
Ecclesiastes 3:4 A time to Weep,And a time to laugh;A time to mourn,And a time to dance. Our Condolences to the Musko Family.
 

Brian McClure posted on 10/23/21
George was a great friend and a father figure to me. taught me how to plow and many other things! I will miss his smile and out morning coffee chats. I picture George now looking down on us with a honey bun and a smile on his face! My condolences to Sharon and Dana he will be greatly missed.
 

Christine Hillmann posted on 10/22/21
George was a great friend, his smile and laugh I will always remember. My condolences to the Musko Family.
 

Pam Lewis posted on 10/22/21
Do sorry to hear of Jerrells passing...his late wife was one of my best friends Comfort and strength for the family
 

Steve posted on 10/22/21
Whenever George would greet me with “young Stephen how are you today” I knew my day was about to get better!! Thank you George!
 

Ruben Calderon posted on 10/22/21
He was a great man he was my foreman for 24 years I will miss him my condolences for sharon and dana unfortunately I'm going to be at his funeral and I feel terrible bad I know God has a special place for
 

Larry Laskowski posted on 10/22/21
George was a great friend for many many years and always there for you if you needed someone to talk to. My condolences to Sharon and Dana. He will be missed.
 

Sharon FREY posted on 10/22/21
I so enjoyed the time I spent getting to know Connie so many years ago at Grace Church. She showed us how to make the best homemade raviolis! She was so talented! My utmost sympathies go out to Dennis and the Marrano family. She was a lovely Christian lady. A true honor to know her.. Sharon Frey
 

Laura frasco posted on 10/22/21
Our prayers and thoughts are with you , and your Family . George was a wonderful guy he truly will Be missed . You will never be forgotten George ! Love ,And Prayers Jimmie & Laura Frasco
 

Bob & Valerie Sobieski posted on 10/21/21
Dennis and Family, Our deepest sympathy to you all on the passing of Connie. She was a beautiful person and a good friend. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, the girls and grandchildren.
 

Bob & Valerie Sobieski posted on 10/21/21
Dennis and Family. We were so sorry to hear of Connie’s passing. She was a beautiful person and a wonderful friend. We are sure she will be greatly missed by all. Know our thoughts and prayers are with you and the girls and grandchildren.
 

Patsy Schauer posted on 10/21/21
Always a kind man. More neighbors and friends should be like him. He has set the standard for the word Gentleman!
 

Peter Fontaine posted on 10/21/21
I met Jerrell a few years back hunting in Wyoming. I was with him the duration of the trip. He was always happy, had a smile and a true pleasure to be around. We shared hunting stories and was always encouraging me during the hunting season! I will miss him. Hoped we could get together sometime but I will have the memories.
 

Tiffany Grant posted on 10/20/21
Two girl and the family. I am so very sorry for your loss Gerald always used to bring me the Sunday service CDs he will forever hold a special place in my heart rest in peace Gerald ♥️
 

Tiffany posted on 10/20/21
To Carol and the family, I am so very sorry for your loss.. Gerald always used to bring me the Sunday services CDs to work. He will always hold a special place in my heart. RIP Gerald ♥️
 

Debra Hammer posted on 10/20/21
Worked with Jerry many years at Walmart. Very nice , friendly , caring , courteous , and helpful man. When I was overwhelmed with covering Sporting Goods , Hardware , and Fabrics and Crafts , he was always there to lend a helping hand. He will be missed. I was so sad to hear this.
 

 
Carola Stephens posted on 10/20/21
Connie was an inspiration to all of us. She was a beautiful woman in soooo many ways. I loved being in her presence. She loved her Father in heaven, and it shows in all aspects of her life. My sincere condolences to her family. I thank God for sharing Connie.
 

Yesenia Cadena posted on 10/19/21
My dearest brother. I miss you oh so much every day. Andrea- Your words were so kind. Please reach out to me. I lost your number 630-229-3880.
 

Penny Kresl posted on 10/17/21
So very sorry to hear about Len's passing. I just heard today and I was shocked. I worked with Len @ Kikkoman quite some time ago, but was very sad to learn of his passing. I ran into someone today that knew him and they told me. Len was a very nice man, and he was pleasure to work with. My special heartfelt condolences to you Celeste and your son. You both must be devastated.. Sorry that it took me so long to hear the sad news, but it still made me sad and I wanted to pass on my sympathy to both of you. God Bless you. May he RIP, and prayers for the family. Penny Karcher Kresl
 

Rob posted on 10/16/21
Uncle Phil, Such a wonderful soul, you are deeply missed. So many great times and wonderful memories. Your passion for life, trains and so much more. Oh what joy you brought every child at Christmas! Everyone loved your kind thoughtful touch. We deeply appreciate having been part of you and your family’s life. Your legacy of love and laughter will endure. Rest well in love and peace, Rob & Laura
 

Janet Graves posted on 10/16/21
Dear Bill, Pam and family, my heart hurts for you all. First as customers and then as friends you became important in my life. She was such a dear lady and I will miss her so much. I pray all your beautiful memories you have will help in a small way to ease your pain. RIP dear friend!
 

 
Kim Kruse & Family posted on 10/15/21
Uncle Phil, You were a better uncle than my own blood relatives! Thanks for being there for my parents. I have great memories of family dinners and get togethers over the years! You really enjoyed touring us through your garden, the pond, train sets, explaining the pickle making process, and swimming in the pool. I especially looked forward to the Chinese food lunches with my kids, my mom, you and Aunt Donna. You were always smiling and so easy going. We will miss you dearly!
 

 
Tawney and Boyce posted on 10/15/21
Dwayne we will miss you and your awesome sense of humor. You always had us laughing. I remember so many good times at Vic’s house and at the Funny Farm. You were a great friend and a good person. You will be missed. Until we meet again. RIP our friend.
 

 
Tracee Leitner posted on 10/15/21
A wonderful neighbor! Always working hard for his family.
 

Tracee Leitner posted on 10/15/21
Phil was always super nice to me when I came over to visit Tennille. He was so proud of Tennille being in the Air Force. I remember coming over early in the morning on a weekend and he was cooking his family breakfast. I never seen bacon cooked in the microwave until I saw him do it. Ha ha! He had a special bacon plate he used. I thought that was so cool. Lol He was always working in his yard. A very hard worker. I know he is smiling big looking down from Heaven. Praying for comfort and peace for the entire family.
 

Harry Vecchiollo posted on 10/15/21
Our deepest sympathy to Donna and Family. Semper Fi , Peace and Prayers to Phil from Cousin Harry . We shared many fond times living next door to each other as kids on 18 th Street in Chicago, a long, long time ago. We were deeply saddened to get the news about Phil's passing but will continue to treasure the memories. We pray that God will help Phil's family with their Grief. Harry & Bernie Vecchiollo Scandia, MN
 

Sue Rutas posted on 10/14/21
Doug, I will miss your kind and gentle spirit. Sue
 

Verna Gembeck posted on 10/14/21
Jennifer, what else can I say your father was always a great person I've loved him all his life Spence he was a tiny baby. My prayers and thoughts are with you . I have no way to get to help during the week ,but we will see you Saturday. Hugs from all of us . ca0ll or msg Lisa if you need anything. Love Aunt Vern
 

Nichole (Hartzfeld) Gonzalez posted on 10/14/21
Phil was a kind Nd generous neighbor. He loved going to gun shows with my dad, hanging by the firepit and sharing his home made applejack. He got me interested in my koi pond, sharing much information and fish lol. He will be missed. Rest in peace Phil. Nikki
 

Nichole (Hartzfeld) Gonzalez posted on 10/14/21
PHIL was a generous and kind neighbor. He loved going to gun shows with my dad, sitting by the fire pit and sharing his home made applejack and telling stories. He also got me interested in my koi pond and shared lots of information and some fish lol. He will be missed. Rest in peace Phil. Nikki
 

Maureen Bryson posted on 10/14/21
Brenda, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
 

Carol Hanson posted on 10/13/21
My deepest sympathy Bobby and Brenda. May your memories make you smile in the days ahead. God bless you both.
 

Amy Wilharm posted on 10/13/21
Dear Jennifer, I am so sorry for the loss of your father. I know this is such a difficult time for you and your family. My heartfelt prayers are with you at this time. Please let me know if there is anything you need.
 

Greg S posted on 10/13/21
Cruising around in a TINY Honda hatchback (yellow?) and of course listening to nothing but Live at Budokan…. Another Big Rock brother joining the universe…. Condolences to family and all who knew him. Peace
 

Joan Parker posted on 10/12/21
So sorry to hear of the passing of Charmaine.I was one of the cooks at Beecher. I remember many fun parties and Bingo that Charmaine and Ed attended.They made many friends at Beecher in Yorkville. Sadly, I am unable to attend the visitation. May God comfort the family, and give them peace. With sympathy,
 

 
roger greer posted on 10/9/21
You made a lot of memories for Sue and I Rest in peace.
 

Stephanie posted on 10/8/21
I love you Dad! Thank you for being with me as I learned to roller skate, for hailing the “ding ding (ice cream) man” (I still remember standing at the bottom of the hill by the school as you yelled for him to turn around), for cheering me on in softball and volleyball, and being a wonderful grandpa to my boys! I’m so happy that Parkinson’s is no longer running your life. Enjoy German Chocolate Cake on your birthday next week!
 

Larry Price posted on 10/8/21
What a terrible loss for the family. Bonnie was such a nice person and gave of herself for her whole life. At least she's back with Hal and rest assured, there's a special place in heaven for both of them.
 

Larry Price posted on 10/8/21
So sorry for your loss. Hal had more integrity than anyone I ever knew. He was always willing to lend a helping hand. He was the definition of a true gentleman. The world is a much better place for him having been here. I'm sure that right about now he's tackling some project up in heaven.
 

Richard F Rehacek posted on 10/7/21
My Deepest Condolence to his Family, My name is Richard Rehacek I grew up with Tom& Bob They lived on35th Wood and I on 36th Wood. There where many great memories growing up with Tom in are teen age years. There had to been10 to15 of us that would hang out at John's grocery store on 34th Wood we where like Spanky and the gang back then. Tom stood up to my Wedding in1970 and then shortly after that we lost touch &everyone started to moved out of the Neighborhood I seen him again in the late 70's early eighty's he was working the ovens and I was delivering at Jeffee Pizza on 35th we all work there as a kids. After he kind of fell off the grid but we knew he had gotten married and lived in the southern Suburbs. Many of us (Thunderbirds) have past since then.
 

Jack Delaney posted on 10/5/21
So sad,sorry for your loss.
 

Ellen Peck posted on 10/4/21
Gary was a wonderful, soft-spoken friend who deeply loved his family. He will be greatly missed. Ellen and Steve
 

Dave & Sharon Garney posted on 10/3/21
Jack & Mary spent several winters with their friends at Estero Cove in Florida. He was a Champion Bocce player. Am sure he will be watching the games with his subtle smile.
 

Rachel Elkes posted on 10/2/21
Sending your family all my love and will keep you in my thoughts and prayers forever.
 

Wende Pannell posted on 10/2/21
So very sorry for your your loss.
 

 
Lobo RL posted on 10/2/21
Martínez Family I am so sorry for your loss HE WAS A BROTHER FROM A NOTHER MOTHER To me I worked with him all day but we would talk before work after work 2 in the morning on Sundays he was my best friend / brother no one will ever now how much he helped me and I helped him . Side show I’ll see you on the flip side love you broo!!!
 

Norma Martinez posted on 10/1/21
Jose, Olivia y resto de familia lo siento mucho. Que Dios los consuele durante este muy triste tiempo. Nuestras mas sinceras condolencias. Norma y Miguel Angel Martinez
 

Nan Johns Johnson posted on 10/1/21
Armando I was very sorry to hear of the loss of your father. Sending Prayers to you, your mother, and the Martinez family at this sad time.
 

Andrea posted on 10/1/21
To me Abe was a ray of sunshine on a cloudy day! He had such an amazing heart and I remember sitting around with him watching movies, talking and laughing! He brought great joy to all of the people's lives that he touched. Abe loved being a father and was looking forward to a bright future and having more children. He tried very hard to make sure he was always at his son's games. He was an very loving father, friend and son! He often spoke lovingly of his son and his parents, especially his mother. Which is a true testament to what an awesome job his parents did in raising him. Abe would give you the shirt off of his back if you needed it! He was looking forward to a beautiful life ahead so I know he was very happy and excited. I too know that I will surly see him again and he believed that too! So I will cherish the wonderful memories that we had made together! I can still hear the sounds of his laughter. Abe was a beautiful soul inside and out so rest in peace now Abe until we meet again..... I will carry you in my heart forever along with the beautiful memories we shared!! I was so blessed to have known you. May this bring peace to your parents in the days too come.
 

 
Michelle Anne Kloeckner-Garcia posted on 10/1/21
Grandpa Cully I’m sorry I am not able to make it To your celebration of life you will always be remembered I missed it I love you grandpa. You always lit up a room when you walked in
 

Jesse Astorga posted on 10/1/21
Looking back I’ll never forget the swim in the lake we took together when I realized you couldn’t swim and I had to jump in after you. Every time you walked in the door I knew it was going to be an epic day. Wish we had more time together but it’s not good bye It’s until we meet again.
 

 
Pat Dillenbeck posted on 9/30/21
So sorry for the loss Sharon and Terry. My heart is broken for you,
 

 
Jernene Allen posted on 9/30/21
Kristin, I have known you since birth, such a sweet baby! Watched you grow up in front of my eyes baby sat you and your sister for many years. Our families were together constantly , you and Tammi were inseparable, but all of you kids loved each other so much!!! I remember the little plays you kids put on….oh those plays. LOL. I remember you and Tammi taking orders for all the dads and delivering them their drinks in the driveway! Those were the days!!!! We always had hugs and kisses before we left for the night back in the day and still do. Now we will just look up to the sky and blow you a kiss and say goodnight!!! But never goodbye. Hugs and kisses forever love you always ❤️ Jay
 

Marge and Ron Charipar posted on 9/30/21
Bill and Anita and family, Your family has our sincere sympathy. May you comfort knowing that others care.
 

Ismael Garcia posted on 9/30/21
Abel to me was my friend, my little brother, and what I mean by that is that he still lives in my heart and memories and on my daily basis. To me and my family he was more then just a coworker, and I believe that we are just dust and we become dust at the end of the day when it’s our time.I believe of the deepest part of my heart that we will Meet each other again and that will be forever to do things in heaven. The world just doesn’t have people like Abe and we need more people like him because I can say wide and loud that he is my brother and that he will be for the rest of my life. ATT, Ismael Garcia
 

 
Tere Flores posted on 9/30/21
Mi más sentido pésame a toda la familia Martínez. Que encuentren consuelo en Dios nuestro Señor . Prima Jessica te mando un gran abrazo con todo nuestro cariño desde México.
 

Matt and MK posted on 9/29/21
You always bring us smiles. We are so proud to call you Grandma.
 

Mysti posted on 9/28/21
R.I.P. GRANDPA U WILL BE FOREVER MISSED AND NEVER FORGOTTEN!! FLY HIGH AND SAY HI TO EVERYONE FOR US
 

 
Ron Weiffenbach posted on 9/28/21
We had a fun childhood and went on vacation every year. We saw most of the United States. Iit was great.
 

James Preen posted on 9/28/21
My sincere condolences to Mary, John and the Weymouth family, Jack was a great and knowledgeable person to work with over the years. God bless you Jack.
 

 
Suzy Britz posted on 9/28/21
Thinking of the Family as they celebrate Lorena’s life!
 

Rita Trentadue posted on 9/28/21
They broke the mold when Pat was made. No one else was like him- such a warm, inclusive man who always had a smile for everyone he met. And so much fun to be around! Coolest guy ever, and deeply loved Janet. He wanted that known at all times, and I thought that was the sweetest thing ever :) I'm blessed to have known him. Love you, Pat!!!
 

Michael Lucansky posted on 9/28/21
As Pat moves on to to the next chapter in his life journey, he will not be forgotten as he will live on in all of our fond memories of him. His infectious smile always lit up a room and he has left an indelible mark on all those who had the honor to come in contact with him. I’m so thankful when I was visiting my folks a couple years ago we were able to get together with Pat and his wife, Mike, John and Chuck for a dinner which was full of laughing and storytelling of a number of old high school memories most of which were embellished to make us look and feel better. I will never forget that evening together. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Michael Lucansky
 

Lorna posted on 9/27/21
Melissa, I want you to know how much we love and support you right now. I think my favorite memory is the night we sat in your garage playing “ would you rather….” A memory that I will always hold dear
 

Linda posted on 9/27/21
Will miss you my sweet friend!
 

Sharon Rahr posted on 9/27/21
I worked with Pat for several years at two construction companies. He was always in a good mood with a smile on his face and a ready laugh. Pat was an amazing carpenter, superintendent and all around good guy. He was taken too soon. He will be missed. My sincerest sympathy to his family. Janet, thank you for opening your home to all who wanted to have one last visit with Pat.
 

Robert C Chandler posted on 9/27/21
There are many aspects of Jack that stood out to me. First and foremost his patriarchal leadership and example for his family. He was also an amazing machinist that loved to tinker his way through solving problems. I enjoyed sharing our love of photography with him. I will see you in heaven Jack. I will find you by the engines!
 

Wayne Iverson posted on 9/27/21
Bonnie and family we were so sorry to hear Hals passing. Please rest assured that he is sitting at the feet of Jesus at this very moment. Wayne and Sherry
 

Don Borling posted on 9/27/21
Patrick and Janet ------- meeting you not long ago was a life-changer. Peggy and I have been touched and inspired by your grace, humility, and love. Patrick ---- your spirit will forever grace our path. And Janet ---- will we stay connected God bless ... with love and peace .... Don Borling and Peggy Sullivan
 

Don Borling posted on 9/27/21
Hi, Patrick and Janet ... Meeting you not long ago was a life-changer. Peg and I have been inspired by your grace and humility and love. Patrick-----we will never forget you. Janet ---- we will stay connected. Your spirit will forever be a part of our journey. with love and peace ------- Don Borling and Peggy Sullivan
 

John and Karen Charleson posted on 9/27/21
Janet and Family, You have our sincere condolences, and we will keep you close in our thoughts and prayers in the coming weeks. Pat was a true inspiration and fought so hard. The image of you dancing at Nancy and Otto's wedding was such a beautiful testament of your love and commitment. May all the memories you shared bring comfort at this time. Love and deepest sympathy, John and Karen Charleson
 

Craig posted on 9/27/21
I love this man!! Taught me a lot about construction back in the 80's. Pat was always happy to see me and my family, we always enjoyed coming to Illinois to see the family. When I think of Pat I will always smile because I personally never had any bad times in his company. I will truly miss him, What a great man and GREAT friend of mine. Janet when I spoke with Pat last he told me many of his good times had us there with you two. Im thankful you married him and made him very happy in his short life. Love you two alwazzzz Craig Strowbridge
 

Don and Connie Baker posted on 9/27/21
Our sincerest sympathy.. Jack was a great friend and the true definition of a gentleman. He will be greatly missed by many.
 

Toni Wendling posted on 9/27/21
I Loved Patrick SO much, as my beloved niece Janet's husband of 16yrs., So much fun times we shared together! Especially Day that PAT proposed Marriage to Janet, was after my Son, Kevin's 80's Rock band performance at North Beach Venue. Also So loved PAT & JANET Marriage for Family & friends 16 yrs. ago, in Rockford, with Entrance of Bride in Horse drawn Carriage & Exit BOTH ON Motorcycles!! SO MUCH FUN. LOVED PATRICK SO MUCH. I PRAY FOR MY NIECE, JANET & All Family members. Love, Auntie Toni
 

Richard Kronwall posted on 9/26/21
The family of Heyer True Value sends heartfelt condolences to Wards family. We have known Ward for many years and will miss his smiling face and kind words. Ward was a pleasure to work with and a special customer. He will be missed.
 

Howard Stollfuss posted on 9/26/21
I noticed too late to attend the funeral of Ward because I have been changing my e-mail and the church notified me on the old e-mail address. Ward was a very nice Christian gentleman and well esteemed. He and his wife have been very friendly. I will miss him!
 

Randy and Merry Smith posted on 9/26/21
Our deepest sympathies. Thoughts and prayers for you Mary and the family. Randy and I are glad we were able to chat about the classic cars. Such a wonderful man. Will be thinking of you, as we are currently out of town for the week.
 

Jenny Mccarthy posted on 9/26/21
Marion and family- So sorry for your loss. Prayers for you in this time of sadness Jenny McCarthy (Schwartz)
 

Allen Matison posted on 9/26/21
Jack was a nice guy and a great asset to Silver Springs Car Club. He will be missed!
 

Lorna posted on 9/25/21
Our sincere condolences to Bonnie, Terry and Sharon. We were neighbors for a few years and our children played together. Hal was a true gentleman and very kind. Best regards, Dick and Lorna Lovell
 

Tom Miller posted on 9/25/21
It was the mid-fifties, I was 10 years plus or minus a few, depending on the actual year. We lived in Chicago, IL across from Riis Park. George, my cousin, who I always knew as Georgie, would visit with his mom, my Aunt Clara on many occasions. Georgie and I would immediately head to Riis Park, to the playground or to the swimming pool. I was small for my age, and always had a concern for the bigger kids in the park, Georgie was a few years older, and a big kid. He made darn sure no one picked on me. He did not confront the older kids (by older teenagers), he made friends with them. There was not a shy bone in his body, unlike me, a bit shy. George at that early age was outgoing, friendly, not intimidated by anyone. We had some great times over in Riis Park, and I never worried when Georgie was with me, about anything. I do not remember much more about these visits, except there were many. As he and I grew older, we saw less and less of each other. Occasionally our family would visit Uncle George and Aunt Clara and Georgie at their modest home on a canal off Lake Delavan. There, Georgie and I would fish in the canal, catching bullhead catfish. As we both became teenagers, went to high school we lost touch. Before my mom passed, she was Georgie’s Aunt Jane, she would tell me how my dad’s side of the family was doing, to include Georgie. True to his character as I knew it, Georgie took care of some of the family members. A cousin of mine, with a big heart who never new only friends at Riis Park. God Bless you, you touched me so many years ago not only as a cousin, but as a friend and mentor.
 

 
Diane Kiem posted on 9/24/21
RIP you are loved by so many and will be missed
 

 
Karen C posted on 9/24/21
Uncle Ward was a very special man. Heartfelt sympathy to the Cronin and Drew families. Reunited with Michael, they will be watching over the family.
 

Beverly Warner posted on 9/24/21
So sorry for your loss. Prayers for all
 

Carol Strever posted on 9/24/21
I was so sad to hear of Hal’s passing. The girls & I had dinner, last night, to celebrate Bill’s Heaven Bday & we talked about how much fun Hal always was. He always had the same kind of dry wit that Bill had. So many fond memories of the “church” days with he & Bonnie & their family. It’s comforting to know he is with his Father & that same Father will be right there with his family, to see them through this difficult time. I’m praying God’s peace, that passes all understanding.
 

Dick and Elizabeth Czaja posted on 9/24/21
My condolences to Marion and family. My wife and I are saddened at your loss. I worked with Ward at Dean’s. We rode together when our schedules matched. We had many good conversations together. There are a good many memories. God has picked one of the best. Our prayers are with you
 

Wayne Iverson posted on 9/24/21
Marian and family, our hearts break for you at this time. Rest assured he is in heaven with his Jesus, his Lord and Savior. Wayne and Sherry
 

Susan Moerdyk posted on 9/22/21
Sharon has been a great partner in managing our contracting program for the past few years. Her absence will be felt deeply. My heart goes out to her loved ones.
 

Teri Schoo Zbinden posted on 9/22/21
Cheryl was the funnist chick peace to you and your family
 

 
Guile posted on 9/21/21
I love you Uncle Pete. I miss you everyday.
 

Edgar Lopezlena posted on 9/21/21
Mis más afectuoso pésame para Mirella y el resto de la familia Carrera. La Sra. Hernández ya está descansando, libre de dolor y en paz. Hago votos para que en ello encuentren consuelo, fortaleza y unidad para afrontar y seguir adelante, honrando y celebrando no su partida, sino su vida y legado. QEPD.
 

Bill and Barbara Huck posted on 9/20/21
To Trudy and Gary and the entire Havens family, We enjoyed the company of Joyce in recent years and Arnie and Joyce when they lived above us in the Abbey Villas. Both Joyce and Arnie were wonderful people and we will miss seeing Joyce around the village of Fontana.
 

Tracy Flanagan posted on 9/20/21
My sympathies to you and your family during this difficult time.
 

 
Chris Perri posted on 9/20/21
Thinking of you today. Heart, thoughts, prayers are out to you and your family. Our condolences. Rest in peace. Love, The Perri Family
 

Maria Mendez posted on 9/20/21
Siento muchísimo todo esto con todo mi corazón para mi fue un ángel una persona inolvidable sin duda alguna me partió el corazón en mil pedazos Dios k es todo poderoso la tenga a su lado como ella se lo merece mi señora hermosa no sabe el dolor k a causado en mi corazón,,, les mando un fuerte abrazo a toda la familia….
 

Marisol & Raymundo Rivera posted on 9/19/21
My condolence to all the family may she Rest In Peace
 

Lloyd Ballinger posted on 9/19/21
Send my condolences to her family. I remember her first year at ISD in 1966
 

Tina Nichols posted on 9/18/21
Meagan was very awesome. She could always put a smile on everyone that came in contact with her. And light up a room. I loved getting to work with her when I worked at KCSEC I am so sorry for your lost..
 

Christine Salyers posted on 9/17/21
So very Sorry for your familys loss! I am Donnie Hayes' sister from Virginia!
 

Kyle and Martha Price posted on 9/17/21
We are very sorry to hear about Jane. We are sure that she enlightened the lives of all around her. Our thoughts and sympathy go out to all of whom she touched.
 

Don & Lil Myrland posted on 9/16/21
May all the memories you hold close to your heart bring you comfort. We will certainly cherish all the memories of good times we've had throughout many years of being friends with Joyce and Arnie.
 

 
Sherry posted on 9/16/21
Rest In Peace Cully . You will be missed! We Love You!
 

 
Jeanine Kristof posted on 9/16/21
Love and mliiss you.
 

diane maleskis posted on 9/15/21
Fi, Wish we could go back to "resting our hearts" after dinner at Ede's.
 

Dan & Lori Kroening posted on 9/15/21
Dale ,my condolences to you and your family . She will surely be missed. God's blessings to you and your family.
 

Jan Kinsel posted on 9/15/21
Jane was a rarely found truly sweet spirit through and through who remained that way throughout her illness. I count myself lucky to have known her even if for only a few years. Heaven is surely rejoicing!
 

Richard Kronwall posted on 9/14/21
Frank was a wonderful person . Not many better that I know. Always giving and there for anyone who needed him. Frank will be missed in the Zenda community. R.I.P. Dick Kronwall
 

Michele riley Willis posted on 9/14/21
My sincere condolences to the family - it's always hard to lose a family member. It's good to celebrate their life and pause to remember all the good times to keep them alive in your hearts.
 

Marika Mayer posted on 9/14/21
Meagan was a beautiful soul who made each day brighter. I was blessed to know her and always enjoyed our visits. Thinking of all of you and wishing you comfort in the days ahead.
 

Barb Demas posted on 9/14/21
So sorry for your loss. Papa Rich will be greatly missed by all who knew him. He was the grandpa on our street who was loved by all the kids and dogs. It just won’t be the same without him sitting in his chair in the garage reading the paper waving hello to everyone.
 

Jennifer Martin posted on 9/14/21
What a great and selfless man! He will be remembered as someone I was very blessed to have known!!! Prayers to his family for strength and peace during this most difficult time.
 

Amy Stevens (Kimpan) posted on 9/13/21
My heart goes out to Merranda, Madelyn and the rest of Kevin’s family. My memories of Kevin go back to his grade school years, and I remember him as kind and a bit of a jokester. It was such a neat coincidence that we ended up living so close to him and his family during the 7 years John was stationed in Jacksonville. We spent many fun times together for Birthday parties etc. I pray for strength for all of you during the coming days.
 

Louise Tuma posted on 9/13/21
Virginia and I had many serious conversations over the past 17 years, and I valued her wise insight. She always had the greater good in mind. She told wonderful stories of her experiences as a young woman working in Chicago. I will miss her great smile and infectious laugh. Richard and I extend our heartfelt sympathy to Bill and Pam, especially, and to the rest of the family.
 

John Nelson posted on 9/13/21
Meagan was God's example to everyone on how to treat others with love. Throughout her short life she was known by everyone for her infectious smile and positive attitude. We will all remember her lovingly as a kind soul with a heart of gold. We love you Meagan. Uncle John and Aunt Deirdre
 

Kathleen O’Connell Fox posted on 9/13/21
Dear Jim and Family, We are so sorry to hear about Meagan. You are in our thoughts and prayers. We send our love. The O’Connell Family
 

Pamela Loudenbeck Van Horn posted on 9/12/21
Caring thoughts for all who loved Frank. A new bright star shines in my AZ night sky!
 

 
Mary L Hayden posted on 9/12/21
Kay and family, May God wrap his arms around you and give you comfort. Mary Hayden
 

Michelle Guajardo posted on 9/12/21
Meagan was a sweet young girl who was fun to take care of. She brighten my day with her smile. Love you Meagan
 

 
Michelle Guajardo posted on 9/12/21
In loving memory of Meagan Alexandra Nelson.
 

Dolly Spayde posted on 9/12/21
Jim, Michelle and family, Our family was deeply saddened to hear of Megan's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. With all our Love, Aunt Dolly, Uncle Ron Christopher & Melody Kerry & Ken
 

Carolyn A. Warfield posted on 9/11/21
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Frank Hayden. He was a great person and a Loving son to his mother. May God bless him in heaven now and forever. We were blessed to have known him.
 

Karen Sauser posted on 9/11/21
Kelly, I am keeping you and your family in my prayers. I know how hard a time like this can be.Just remember all your great times together. And know that your Father is at Eternal Peace.
 

 
Kirk Oliver posted on 9/10/21
I’ll forever remember Jim as a quiet, humble man of faith. His presence at family gatherings was steadfast and sure. I loved the friendship that developed over the years between him and my dad. I have many special memories of Jim and our family in their Park Ridge home all the way back to when I was young. Jim has left a rich legacy for our extended family and the many who know him.
 

 
Mary W RN posted on 9/10/21
Leora was such a precious lady to me and was a lot of fun. She was highly competitive with Leonard in Bingo. She liked to "people watch". I miss her already! Leora may you rest in peace.
 

Maricela posted on 9/10/21
My memory of Leora was definitely her good sense of humor. She loved to joke around. I loved how she and Leonard would just be happy being together. Every morning when I would stop by and visit. Leora and Leonard would just be smiling sitting together. That made my heart happy, real love. I was one of her CNA’s while I was with Divine. She will be truly missed. Love Maricela.
 

William Lye posted on 9/8/21
Patti, I am so sorry to learn of Pat's passing. I think of you both often. I will keep you and Pat's family in my thoughts and prayers. Due to my health I will not be able to attend either the visitation or the mass, but will be with you in thoughts..May you find peach and comfort in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Bill
 

 
Michelle Love posted on 9/8/21
David, you will be in my heart for as long as I live and my love for you is forever. I love you. Michelle
 

Rosemary Beutell posted on 9/8/21
Virginia was a dear friend for many years. To say she’ll be sorely missed is just not enough to express how important she was in my life and in those of her family and friends. She was “one of a kind, like no other.”
 

Sue Murphy posted on 9/8/21
Sharon, so sorry for your loss. I know from your stories that she was a great mother. My family send their thoughts and payers for you and your family. If you need anything please let me know.
 

 
Farrell and Doris posted on 9/8/21
Chris brought joy to our lives and undoubtedly many others through his huge, warm, sincere smile. Our sympathy and prayers go out to the entire family
 

Kevin McQuade posted on 9/7/21
Flo was a delightful lady. We will miss her. Condolences to her family and friends. Sincerely, Kevin and Linda McQuade
 

Terry Taylor posted on 9/7/21
Virginia has left a legacy of a very caring individual. She will rememberedfor her soft spoken wisdom.
 

Heather Egland posted on 9/7/21
Very sorry to hear this news, my heart is with Melody and Shirley. May his memory bring you peace.
 

Renae posted on 9/7/21
So sad, she will be dearly missed. The love she shared for her family and fur family was evident in the times I had the opportunity to visit at her home. Rest in peace Virginia.
 

Tammie posted on 9/7/21
Ms.Virginia you are my confidant, my friend. I came to you for sage advice and you loved me through life's trials. I will miss you terribly. My heart hurts for your family who you loved fiercely. God's speed to your destination in Heaven where I know you will be watching over us.
 

Maria Drew posted on 9/7/21
Kurt and family. We are sorry for your loss. May God be with you and your family during your hour of need.
 

Brenda Lueck posted on 9/6/21
Deepest sympathy in the loss of Brenda Goddard. Our families were all from Stanaford, West Virginia My parents Tom and Helen Ridenour were good friends of Brenda and Emerson. I have,any wonderful memories of us all getting together for picnics, etc. with love and prayers, Brenda (Ridenour) Lieck
 

Sonam Patel posted on 9/6/21
Pat, you always have me a hard time, you always loved me like your own and you always told me the most inappropriate jokes. I will never forget meeting you as a kid and all the beautiful things you taught me about life, history, politics and your unwavering love of game shows and country westerns! You and Patti have always been second parents to me and I wish I could have thanked you more for how much your support meant to me all these years. Thanks for being the Uncle I got to choose and never will forget! With the utmost love, Sonam
 

 
Kim Rhodes posted on 9/6/21
Sweet sweet Pat. I remember meeting Patti and her telling me your name was Pat. I giggled at Pat and Patti and loved the sound of your names together. I did not know then how big of a role you’d play in mine and my family’s lives. Your constant love and wisdom came from a soul that stood taller than any one I know. We will miss you dearly. Thank you Pat for always thinking of us.
 

Linda Flaskrud Schaefer posted on 9/6/21
Sending my sympathies to all of the family.may you Rest In Peace pat.
 

Greg Benson posted on 9/5/21
I always got along with Larry and we had some great times with the Special Olympics over the years. I won't forget him nor will my son Garret.
 

Kate and Al posted on 9/5/21
Patti, Tim, Mary and family, Al and I were saddened to hear of the loss of our sweet cousin. Pat always had a twinkle in his eye and was a thoughtful and kind soul. He was a positive light in our family and he will be missed. Our thoughts and love are with you.
 

 
Tanner posted on 9/5/21
To the greatest great-great grandma to ever love on gods green earth… Rest in paradise Gigi
 

Mike posted on 9/5/21
I remember fondly Pat and I in the creek bottoms of Wisconsin plinking with a BB gun. I loved Pat. He was a fun kid with a soft soul. Rest in peace Pat. Cousin Mike
 

Lisa Miller posted on 9/4/21
Condolences to Patrick’s family. I am Pat’s cousin and we haven’t seen each other since we were little. I’m sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers to all who loved him.
 

Anne Mackowiak posted on 9/4/21
I'm am so sorry for this is very sad...I 've known his mother for years.She is very deciated to her children and family.I can't imagine how hard this is for her...I'm sending prayers and virtual hug...to the entire family.I hope you all find some peace in his passing.knowing he in Gods arms.Love you Ellen stay strong my beautiful friend.
 

Jeffrey Jendryczka posted on 9/3/21
Pat you were an amazing person and always made everybody around you laugh and have a good time. You just had a way about you and you will be missed by us all. To Dina, Damaris, Dean, Chris, Scott and the kids I am so sorry for your loss. If you guys need anything we are here for you.
 

Debbie Pontel posted on 9/3/21
My beloved friend of 49 yrs. Oh what fun we had. They passed too quickly and so did you my friend. I'll never forget you.
 

Scott posted on 9/3/21
Where do I start.....roughly 12 years ago I walked into your home and shook your hand. I'm sure you weren't a big fan since I was 10 years damaris senior but you took it well. As the years went on we had many things in common. We both loved sports, good food and bourbon. You made me watch some terrible movies that weren't my cup of tea. You constantly shit on my music and made fun of me. We spent countless hours in the basement rooting for our teams and talking shit. Aside from sports we would talk about life and the future. You were always a pessimist. Sundays and sports in general will no longer be the same. It will be boring having doc scream over a bad bears team and you not there to patronize him. If my sox don't make it this year I will root for your Phillies. I may also need to root for the colts this year since my bears probably won't be too good. Every summer I will make sure to fill the pools and get sun burned with the kids on weekends. I will do my best to keep ely creative and keep up with her painting and drawing. She definitely enjoys that as a hobby thanks to you. When decklan gets his first hit in little league I will teach him to look up to the sky and acknowledge you. I promise to look after Dean and be there for whatever he needs. Momma bear and Damaris will be well taken care of. We will keep your memory alive everyday and the kids will never forget you. Every time the garage door opens I will hope this was a dream. It's gonna take a while to get use to the fact that it will never be you. See you on the other side someday. Go find my mom and aunt Kim and have a budweiser with them. We will crack open a unicorn this year for your birthday down here. You will be missed old man.
 

Nancy Ward posted on 9/3/21
My memories of Chris will always include that big, wide, all encompassing smile of his. You simply could not be in his presence and not feel uplifted about life and the world in general. My thoughts are with all of you in the face of his loss but I know that his memory will live on with everyone ever privileged enough to have known him.
 

Laura Johnson posted on 9/3/21
Thinking of you all. I send prayers for your comfort. With deepest sympathy, Laura (Erikson) Johnson
 

 
Dave Valley posted on 9/3/21
I will always remember the twinkle Dave would get in his eye, which was always a give away that he was up to mischief…. Usually teasing someone! He loved getting reactions out of everyone!!! But his smile would quickly let you know he was just kidding you! I will miss he laugh, and his smile! Rest peacefully Dear Cousin! ❤️❤️
 

Tom, Marge and Bret Wagner posted on 9/3/21
To the Richmond, Penninger and Clason families, Our deepest sympathies to all of you upon Larry's passing. What a great guy he was! We so enjoyed our chats at every Special Olympic event we attended. He was selfless in giving of his time and talents. We will be remembering all of you in our prayers, and know that you are sharing your many family memories of the great times you had together. May God bless all of you and comfort you in your loss of a terrific guy. Much love to all,
 

John Peterson posted on 9/3/21
We were friends thru special Olympics we had fun
 

Melissa endl posted on 9/3/21
He was always so loving and caring with a smile on his face every time I saw him
 

Mimi Olsen posted on 9/3/21
To chris's family. This guy has stayed around with big smiles I'm Mimi from Ketchpaws barber shop in elkhorn and remember some of his illnesses. There are certain people that touch your life and your family has touched mine in a way of always Smile and enjoy. my prayers go out to you.
 

Rita Rhode posted on 9/3/21
We are sad to hear of Chris’s passing. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Sorry we’re so far away and can’t tell you personally.
 

Sara Roanhaus posted on 9/2/21
I will never forget Chris. He loved his family and hated to be away from them. I remember one year at Steven's Point he was in the basement of the dorms with us. He was crying that his leg hurt and we couldn't get him to stop no matter what we did. It was late, but we called Mr. And Mrs. Weber at the hotel and Mr. Weber came over. Mr. Weber walked downstairs, said something along the lines of what's going on. Chris laughed, a true Chris laughed, stood up and walked up the stairs and off to the hotel he went. He was clearly missing his family. Chris, I will miss you forever. Your laugh and the way you would say my name when we saw each other. You are an amazing human and the world needs more people like you. Enjoy heaven. I look forward to seeing you again some day!
 

Jean Maiwald posted on 9/2/21
I remember the first time I had breakfast with Chris... it was a Cracker Barrel in Janesville. He was so looking forward to breakfast and got several ladies to also join him. I think he was happy with the event.
 

 
Hammond posted on 9/2/21
So sad to hear of Pats loss. Our condolences, The Hammond’s
 

Robert Cantu posted on 9/2/21
Pat was a great man I only knew him for a short while about five years. We worked together at Focus transportation I was your driver out of El Paso Texas and got to see him every once in awhile when we would get a load to the Chicago Warehouse. Pat always had something funny to say and made me laugh sometimes it was hard to tell if he if he was trying to be funny or being serious I think sometimes it was a combination of both LOL. But let me tell you something I've never seen anybody so sufficient in a logistics Department as Pat. The first time I met Pat I was wearing a shirt that had a D.E. Hardy print on it and Pat says to me, Hardy? That guy sucks not a hello not a nice to meet you I about fell over laughing. Patrick sir you will truly be missed by me and I'm sure anyone who knew you. My heart goes out to you, your father Patrick was a great man and way too young to die I am so sorry for your loss. And that's the last text I ever got from him said, and I quote Keep On Keepin On
 

Robert CANTU posted on 9/2/21
Pat was a great man, I only knew him for a short while about five years as we worked together for Focus transportation. I was a driver out of El Paso Texas and I got to see him every once in awhile when we would have a load up to the Chicago Warehouse. He always had something funny to say and made me laugh! And let me tell you something that man knows how to run a warehouse as a matter of fact I don't think I've ever seen anyone so sufficient in a logistics Department and I've been driving a truck for over 30 years. My heart goes out to you!!! your father will truly be missed by me and I'm sure anybody who knew him.
 

Matt Campbell posted on 9/2/21
Jim - thank you so much for your life of service. To your country, to the city of Chicago, and to every job you ever worked. You were one of the hardest working men I ever met, and I see that same work ethic in my children. Thank you for that legacy. Thank you for entrusting me to take care of your youngest daughter. I will never forget our wedding day. I told you that I would take care of her, and you simply looked me in the eye, smiled and said "I know you will." Thank you for welcoming me into your family and treating me as one of your own. I'm so grateful for the 17 years that I knew you, and for all the crazy stories you would tell me on the back deck in Galena. You will be missed more than you ever would have imagined - by your children, your grandchildren, your sons-in-laws and every person who had the pleasure of knowing you. I am confident that we will meet again in the sky.
 

Nancy posted on 9/2/21
Our deepest condolences Dr.Myong and staff Rush Copley
 

Luke Campbell posted on 9/1/21
Dear Grandpa I will miss you so very much. All the memories we had together I will cherish forever. The cougars games. The Summer days watching the white Sox, them losing and you saying they suck it when I would come over to cut ur grass and it could be 95 degrees and there you were in your jeans. You were a great man to my mom and dad I love you for that. I hope you rest easy and I can’t wait to see you again in heaven 1 day. Love you grandpa.
 

Ned Dolcimascolo posted on 9/1/21
James and myself worked together in the 1st District, in the 70 and 80's. (He was known to a lot of us as Topper) Very sorry to hear of his passing, and my heart goes out to his family and friends. I will keep him and his family in my prayers.
 

Eric May posted on 9/1/21
One of the funniest guys in high school - I can picture him now . RIP Pat you crazy Irishman ! Condolences to the family, Eric Lynbrook High school class of 84
 

Marcia K Dundee posted on 9/1/21
My sympathy goes out to Byrons family and friends. He was a good neighbor and I enjoyed watching him take his walks around the neighborhood. Byron you will be missed.
 

BARBARA BURNETT posted on 9/1/21
I don't know how to feel. I guess I take for granted that the Mac's would always be there!! I am so sorry Dina, Dean, Damaris and Chris I know this sudden event will forever affect your lives and I will pray for your whole family as always. Love Always
 

Felix and Zoraida Garcia posted on 9/1/21
Dina and family May the Lord receive Pat into his arms and guide his soul in heaven! Dina, the Lord will provide you with all the strength you need during this difficult time. You and the kids will have each other to comfort all. You also have extended family to accompany you. God bless you all!❤❤❤
 

Carrie posted on 9/1/21
Today and always, may loving memories bring you strength and comfort. The ones we love are never gone; they live within our hearts.
 

Lourdes Alvarez posted on 9/1/21
Dina I’am deeply sorry for your loss. No one is ever prepared for such tragedy specially a close loved one. My deepest sympathies to you and your family. I pray for the Lord to keep his arms wrapped around the whole family as you guys mourn. No words will make it better. But I’ll have my thoughts and prayers with you and the kids. Stay strong. Sending Virtual Hugs and much love to everyone. ❤️
 

Jody Topolski Murphy posted on 9/1/21
I am so very sorry for the loss of Uncle Jimmy. Aunt Linda please except my condolences to you and the kids and the grand babies and great grand babies. Love, Jody, Mike, Meghan, Riley, Maci, and MacKenzie.
 

Larry and Karen Hamilton posted on 8/31/21
Thoughts and prayers to Shirley and family. Doug was a great neighbor, he was always willing to help. We always loved talking to him. He will be greatly missed.
 

Bob Knauer posted on 8/31/21
I always enjoyed seeing Doug at church as he always had a smile and an extended hand of friendship. My condolences to his family, he will be greatly missed.
 

Charlotte Duckhorn posted on 8/30/21
Linda please accept my prayers for you and your family. I’m so sorry for your loss. Your husband and I had many conversations while we were out walking our dogs. We discussed the Chicago Police department and it’s mismanagement. And our insurance benefits as a retiree. My husband is a retired Chicago Policeman also. We had the same views. I will miss seeing him around the neighborhood. Please take care. My prayers are with Jim too.
 

Scott Campbell posted on 8/30/21
I have considered it an honor and pleasure to know Jim these past 16 years, He always had a smile and loved to talk Sox baseball (but would kindly put up with some of us talking about the Cubs). I will truly miss him at family gatherings and Luke's baseball games. I know he will be greatly missed by his family. I am just glad I got to know him a little over the years and am thankful to him for serving his country and his city. Jim will be greatly missed by many.
 

Jeanene posted on 8/29/21
To Jane and the Ed Heyer family, I am so sorry to learn of the loss of your husband, father and grandfather. I have been blessed to know Mr. Heyer for quite some time. I saw him every six months. He was the nicest, sweetest, kindest man each and every time I saw him. We had some amazing conversations over the years. He was smart and witty. I am really going to miss seeing him. I know he's in the best of places and we'll meet again. May you find smiles and comfort in your precious memories. My condolences.
 

Linda Topolski posted on 8/29/21
To my beloved husband. You will never know how much I have loved you all these wonderful years. You were such a hard working father and loving husband. There was never a time I doubted your love for me. My heart aches of loneliness. I will miss your smile and your touch for the rest of my life. Sweet dreams my love.
 

jenny posted on 8/29/21
I'll miss you all the days of my life. I'll miss our talks of family, sports and politics. I'll miss your smile, laugh and stories. I'm the person I am today because of you. Save a me a coffee or root beer and a seat at the table until we meet again. I love you Dad
 

Suzanne Newton posted on 8/29/21
I will always remember the smell of fresh brewed coffee and Barbasol shaving cream in the mornings while you got ready for work. I will miss you for the rest of my life and will always remember that smile and blue eye. Forever in my heart and mind. God bless, I love you always. Love your adoring daughter, Suzanne
 

Jenny posted on 8/28/21
I'll miss your smile, laugh, your stories and conversations about politics & baseball but most of all I'll miss being able to share stories about Cooper & Abby who will miss you endlessly. Save a coffee and seat at the table for me until we meet again. I'll love you forever Dad
 

 
Michelle Balderas posted on 8/28/21
James was my living grandfather and my inspiration and role-model of what a man is supposed to be like, one who loves and supports his family and will stop at nothing to make sure they are taken care of! Love you grandpa! RIP
 

 
Michelle Balderas posted on 8/28/21
Love you Grandpa! Your marriage to Grandma will always be my inspiration for mine. Miss you dearly, your granddaughter Michelle ❤️
 

Jenny posted on 8/28/21
I’ll miss your smile, our conversations, your wisdom and stories all the days of my life. You’ve been a wonderful Dad and Grandpa to Cooper and Abby. Save me a coffee Until we met again I love you
 

Don Lepczynski posted on 8/28/21
I am so, so sorry for your loss. I will really miss Uncle Jim. No matter the event I would always end up sitting at his table and we would just talk. I am really glad to have known him. Don
 

Daniel O’Keefe’s Mom posted on 8/26/21
Small in stature, huge in presence. You were Daniel’s “other half” of “the old married couple” for years at Lakeland. I can’t even begin to verbalize how very important you are to Daniel’s life story & how grateful I am for your influence on him... you two drifted apart in recent years at VIP but you were still a constant.
 

Lorene Walper posted on 8/25/21
We are so sorry to hear of your loss Kaile . Wishing you and your family prayer for healing . Dave was a great guy Ray talked about all the fun times he had playing cards and fishing trips they went on when he was young. With our deepest condolences Ray and Lorene Walper.
 

Lana Melin posted on 8/24/21
Dan, I'm so sorry to hear this. I will keep you all in prayers for peace.
 

william nelson posted on 8/19/21
Dave and I worked together in the early days of Kikkoman Foods. He was a pleasure to work with and gave his all every day. Nothing would keep Dave from his work, even a blizzard. He not only got to the plant during a blizzard, he also arranged to have his fellow employees get there by tractor and snow mobiles. Then the next morning, Joan provided a breakfast for all that had stayed that night. Just one good example of how dedicated and loyal he was. As part of the first employed group at Kikkoman, he helped set a work ethic example for all that followed. . Thank-you Dave-rest in peace. Bill Nelson
 

Karen Petersen posted on 8/18/21
Danny, I am so heartbroken for you, your wife and your entire family. The only way through this is forgiveness, because it will never make any sense. I am sorry I never had the chance to meet him. Maybe he will hook up with my brother Bill on the other side
 

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Patrick Owca posted on 8/15/21
Alex, we busted ass during service together, had a lotta drinks together, and a lotta great talks. You're already missed by so many. All my love to you, yours, and all impacted. Rest in power. Love you man. Patrick
 

Vicki Nass posted on 8/14/21
Dave was one of the first to show up when they harvested our crops the year that Roger got hurt. I always enjoyed visiting with him, whether he was helping Mike Cerny on the farm or sitting in the bleachers at sporting events at BFHS. The world has lost another good one. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you celebrate his life.
 

Vivian Esler posted on 8/13/21
Aunt Esther, besides being a wonderful aunt, was instrumental in bringing my mother, my sisters, and myself into a deeper relationship with Jesus through the infilling of the Holy Spirit. So many of our relatives have gone to heaven before her, I can just imagine they were all waiting to greet her, and what a family reunion they are having.
 

Rachael McDonald posted on 8/13/21
Our Adventurous Alex. You would illuminate the room with your energy, passion, and love. This is tremendously difficult to accept. A light that burned so bright, to be extinguished so suddenly. As with many of life's mysteries, I am reminded that it is impossible to make sense of something that I cannot possibly understand. Therefore, I pray. I pray that you have found the peace and rest you sought here on earth. I pray for the healing of family and friends left behind. I pray for your safe journey, on your next adventure. The world was truly lucky to have you, Alex. And I am grateful to have known you, although the time seems ever too short. Say hi to my dad, Cuzzo... until we meet again.
 

 
Danna Simmons posted on 8/13/21
Another Angel taken
 

Sue Chmielewski posted on 8/12/21
I am so very sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers go out to all who loved him
 

 
Roy DiGuido posted on 8/12/21
He will always be missed & always remembered in our prayers.
 

 
Mike Devivo posted on 8/12/21
Thank you for showing me how to be happy during tough times. I remember when you first said you wanted to start putting entertainment and restaurants together. We had a meeting in Chicago and went over tons of ideas. Food! Photobooths, custom specials etc. The main point I didn't realize at that time, years ago, is that you wanted to make other people happy by doing what you love most! Thank you for opening my eyes in ways that no one else could. I now work in Chicago as a demo coordinator. I will always use you as an example of how to make others happy while following a passion. You'll be with me and your friends forever. I love you bro, and always will remember my good friend Alex D. Rest happily, you more than deserve it.
 

 
Rachael McDonald posted on 8/12/21
May God bless you and keep you, dear Alex. You will certainly be remembered by many and missed by all. Love you, Cuzzo- say hi to my dad, until we meet again.
 

Joseph Hagenbruch, D.M.D. posted on 8/11/21
David and Joan were both such wonderful and very special people. They were an absolute joy to know and consider as special friends. I am sure that they are now in heaven together again. Please know that both David and Joan, as well as all your family and loved-ones are in our thoughts and prayers as you face this most difficult and sorrow-filled time. May God provide your family with strength, comfort and healing. Sincerely, Joseph Hagenbruch
 

Lisa Seifert posted on 8/10/21
To my Uncle Doug, Who always had his pipe and a word of wisdom or a story to listen to. Miss you so much. RIP Lisa
 

Cheryle Crawley & family posted on 8/10/21
Salt of the earth, this guy, what to do with this hole in our hearts, condolences to all that knew & loved him, especially his family
 

 
Julie Ripley posted on 8/10/21
Jeanne, please know that you have my deepest sympathy for the loss of your husband. I know it will do little to help, but you are in my thoughts and prayers during this tragic time. Prayers for you and all of the family.
 

Fleck posted on 8/9/21
Your parents were the most friendly, helpful and welcoming people I have ever met. Always loved running into them, especially at the Walworth County Fair. Bill enjoyed working with Dave at Kikkoman! A finer man I’ve never met! I know he will be missed, but I’m sure he was welcomed by Your Mom (another amazing person). Peggy Fleck
 

Phil Kilkenny posted on 8/9/21
I am honored to be doing Doug's service as a deacon. He was a great employee of ours at Sharon Foundry for many years. He was always fun to joke around with. He was a model for this generation; work hard, play hard,show up every day,and be on time. A friend and father that we are proud to have known.
 

P posted on 8/9/21
Love you Pappy! We miss you! Thank you for being a part of our lives.
 

 
Stacey Yarmo-Schiesser posted on 8/7/21
Safe travels Dave… Thanks for being an awesome dad for my favorite chosen sister… Deb!
 

Stacey Yarmo-Schiesser posted on 8/7/21
Dave was a wonderful man! Always twinkly, happy, helpful and kind. He will be missed by many. I am glad that he is reunited with Joanie. Who else can say they spent 86 years at the same farm?
 

Carolyn A. Warfield and John Warfield posted on 8/7/21
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Dave Woodrich. He was dearly loved by many and will be sorely missed by us. May God bless him in heaven now and forever. We extend our deepest condolences to the family.
 

Char Kolzow posted on 8/3/21
Esther was a dear "older sister" in the Lord as I and several other young moms were raising our kids in Downers Grove and environs. She led us weekly in "Verse By Verse" Bible study in our homes in the 60's. Her gentle, quiet spirit was a blessed example as we enjoyed our fellowship. I'm looking forward to eternity with her and SO many others!
 

linda christian posted on 8/3/21
FOREVER A SWEET SPIRIT. MY HEART IS WITH YOU. "Nurse Linda"
 

Deb Ward posted on 8/2/21
Esther Strieter was a truly a Very Dear Sister in the Lord. She was so wise, so caring and a great listener with her gentle kind spirit. She truly loved Jesus & lived her life immersed in the Word of God. She lived out her faith in Christ through the life she lived (through all her trials) and in ministering in all the churches she attended. I personally had the privilege of being mentored by her and co-teaching with her. I can't say enough about her. So now, she reaps her rewards in heaven. Praise the Lord! I pray that all the seeds that were planted in so many people's hearts will grow to fruition. God bless you all!
 

Dannette Richard posted on 7/30/21
My condolences to Jeff Shawl and the family. My God strengthen you during this difficult time.
 

The Tremain Family posted on 7/29/21
Ed's smile and air of friendliness surrounded him wherever he was. Always a kind word and a genuine interest in how you and your family were doing. We were better for knowing him and he will be greatly missed. Blessings to the family.
 

Vicki Nagy posted on 7/29/21
My heart is with the family .Ed will be a man missed he was a happy loving man full of life and always there to help if he could an understanding man ,there will truly be an empty space in many lives were he was he was there for me many times and always there to help miss you Ed your family and friends will miss you
 

Char Kolzow posted on 7/29/21
Esther was a very dear sister in the Lord! She led several of us younger women in weekly Bible Study for years in our homes. We had large families and would meet from house to house. We prayed for the angels to watch over the kids (playing in the basement in winter or in the yard in warmer weather) and then we'd proceed to verse-by-verse mastication of the Scriptures. Esther's gentle, quiet spirit was SUCH a great blessing and example as her faith led us closer to our Lord and Heavenly Father. SUCH a great blessing was her life!!
 

mary zeglin posted on 7/28/21
We enjoyed fun times with cousin Edward at family reunions and weddings. We love him very much. May he rest in peace and smile down on his loving family.
 

Mrs. Marjorie Kloster posted on 7/28/21
I would like to extend my deepest condolences to the family of my friend, Ed Oligschlager. I met Ed ( Grandpa)a few years ago but he welcomed me with open arms and made me feel like I had known him forever; in fact, like I was part of his large, loving family.  I swear he had the biggest open smile, and his love for people just shone in his eyes.He was such a sweet, wonderful man.and I know I will miss him forever. May God watch over the Oligschlager family and keep them in His grace and hold them safe in His arms.⚘
 

Megan Wieners posted on 7/28/21
So sorry to hear of Laura's passing. My thoughts are with you.
 

Tammy and John McGinnis posted on 7/27/21
Our sincere condolences to Ed’s family. He was a great man, very calming and oh so sharp with his wit. So happy he stepped into our lives. He was one of the friendliest people we have ever met. Tammy and John McGinnis
 

Roy & Mary Mosley posted on 7/27/21
We would like to express our sincere condolences to your family. Mr Ed will be missed by all the people that he has helped or just said a friendly hello to. Rest in peace.
 

Joe & Darlene Smith posted on 7/27/21
Our thoughts are prayers are with you. With deepest sympathies and sincerest regards.
 

 
Ben Eaton posted on 7/27/21
Always of service and humor. A visit to the wash house is always a good experience But the pleasure of "Mom" or " Dad" being there to share a story or some humor Was always very special. A memory I will never forget. A place of good service and a true source if joy. Thank you for sharing your family with us! More joy in the future!
 

Harry Haggard posted on 7/27/21
So sorry to here of your family’s loss. Not only your family but everyone who was ever touched by Big Ed’s presents. He will be missed.
 

Mary Munson posted on 7/27/21
My deepest sympathy to the entire family. Im so sorry for your loss.
 

Rene Moore-Garcia posted on 7/27/21
God bless
 

Cheryl Morehouse posted on 7/27/21
What a sweet man and so glad I met him.
 

John Einhaus posted on 7/27/21
I am truly sorry for the passing of Ed. I am privileged to have known him. May God give you strength thru this trying time. With Love, John Einhaus
 

Theresa Hunt posted on 7/26/21
So very sorry to hear of Carl's passing. I worked with him (and Jeff) for many years. His quit wit always kept things in the office alive. Praying for strength to all xoxoxo RIP Carl Theresa Hunt
 

Lowell Van Tassel posted on 7/25/21
Di … We are sorry for your loss. …. Lowell and Diane Van Tassel, San Diego
 

 
Kathy Woods posted on 7/25/21
I remember all the great times on the lake, and your funny laugh you and your dad had. Dressing up at the old west photographer the 6 of us. Rest in peace. You will always be like family to me.
 

Lowell Van Tassel posted on 7/24/21
We are sorry for your loss…. Lowell and Diane Van Tassel, San Diego
 

Tammy & Jim Bradtmueller posted on 7/23/21
So sorry for your loss. Sarah taught my kids at St. John’s in Fort Wayne, IN. Praying for your family.
 

Patty Bindi posted on 7/23/21
Sandy and Family I am so sorry to hear about Jeff’s passing. Hugs and love to all the family Patty and Lou Bindi
 

Patty Bindi posted on 7/23/21
Sandy and family. I’m so sorry to hear about Jeff’s passing. Love Patty and Lou Bindi.
 

Matthew J Urban posted on 7/23/21
Between our dates of birth and death, there is a dash. Jeff’s dash appears to have been filled with love of family and friends. My sincere condolences to Sandi and the family. Co-worker at Blackhawk Technical College Matthew Urban Monroe, WI
 

Dennis & Nancy Gant posted on 7/23/21
SENDING LOTS OF PRAYERS FOR HIS FAMILY
 

Shirley Amen posted on 7/23/21
I am so happy to be able to have called Kay my friend. Never before have I me a person with such courage and optimism. Kay always thought of others even when she had more on her plate then she could handle. When you spoke to her she would always ask how you were doing. In April, when the weather outside was quite nice Kay would be outside working in the yard. I would tell her to slow down and not try to do everything at once. I guess she must have known what little time she had left. Kay was a beautiful lady both inside and out. Her smile was infectious and her caring nature was genuine. After I moved in April, Kay and I kept in touch through phone and text messages. At times she was so ill she could not even speak but we still communicated. Deepest condolences go out to Tom and Kay’s children and grandchildren. Embrace all the wonderful memories you have and may you find some comfort in knowing how much she cherished each of you.
 

 
Terrie Haas & Melody Haas Hatman posted on 7/22/21
Was so sorry to hear of this loss. Will miss seeing your lovely face at mass.
 

Linda Heth posted on 7/22/21
Please know that during this time of sorrow, you are not alone. Praying for peace and joy as you celebrate the loss of your spouse, father, grandfather, uncle, friend. I was blessed to have met Bruce at a Warsaw car show. What a special man!
 

 
Cindy Leverenz posted on 7/22/21
My thoughts, prayers, and heart go out to Sandi and the family during this time of mourning. May the blessings of good memories fill your hearts and minds. Sandi's co-worker at Blackhawk Technical College Cindy L Leverenz Edgerton, WI
 

Monica (forson) Randle posted on 7/22/21
My,deepest sympathys, Burrill and Rose were our neighbor growing up.My mom worked at Radars store in Richmond..my Wedding dress came from Radars store...which i still have 43 years later...Burrill and Rose were the kindest people...prayers and love go out to Rose and Family..
 

Jeanne Lynch posted on 7/21/21
So sorry to hear about this loss
 

Jeff Szymczak posted on 7/20/21
It is near impossible to define how difficult it is to be the spouse of someone serving in he public eye like she did. Yet she always did so with a smile and kind word - even when it wasn’t earned. Kay was a very special person and those who met her know the world is a little better because of the life she led. God bless.
 

 
Bev Hoeft posted on 7/20/21
You are always in our hearts, all our love Bev and Gordon
 

Clara Jacobs posted on 7/19/21
So sorry to hear of Jack's passing. We have special memories of gathering in the North Woods. Our thoughts are with you. Tom and Clara Jacobs
 

Judy Taylor posted on 7/17/21
My deepest condolences for your family. Your mom was a great neighbor for many years for my mom Marie Kaczmarski.
 

Shatha Qarooni posted on 7/17/21
I can't believe that Aunti Betty is no longer with us. Sometimes I think how I will tell her a story happened with me or a new recipe am trying. She was a big part of my and my sister's childhood. She showed us how to bake and make pancakes, she celebrated our birthday's with such joy i will never forget. After moving to the US, although i didn't have the chance to see her, we talked on the phone all the time, she was always so excited for me. Good bye aunti Betty , you will always be remembered.
 

Louise Cernekee posted on 7/17/21
The Prayer Shawl Ministry offers their condolences to Betty’s family and friends. Betty was an important member of our group who enjoyed sharing her worldly experiences with us. We remember her for being an enthusiastic woman who always managed to continue working on her projects, no matter where she was on her life’s journey. Our lives were enriched by her friendship.
 

Bruce Borrud posted on 7/16/21
We have great memories of Jack at Chaparral Country Club. He was very active in the golf program and a wonderful friend. He will be missed, but his legacy lives on. Good Bye good friend. Bruce Borrud
 

Jill Brogan posted on 7/16/21
A Gentleman’s Gentleman! He will be missed by his Chaparral friends
 

Christine, Brandy, Maverick and Maddox posted on 7/16/21
We love you and we will miss you so much.
 

Laura Schindel posted on 7/16/21
My deepest sympathies on the loss of Sandy. She was a ball of energy and I enjoyed the many years I worked with her at the City of Aurora. May she rest in peace. I hope her family will keep her memory close and know she will be always be watching over you.
 

Layla Mohamed posted on 7/15/21
Our deepest condolences to Betty’s family and friends. Betty was an amazing friend and a sister to us in EDC. She has always been in our thoughts even though we were miles apart, and will always be in our prayer and hearts.
 

Debbie & John Forsythe posted on 7/14/21
Sandy lit up any room she entered with her joyful smile. She was always happy around her family at gatherings and delighted in spending time with them.. Sandy will be remembered for her giggle and her love of sweets. She was a very special lady. Her daughter, Mary Anderson, is greatly admired for working tirelessly as Sandy's advocate and guardian angel caregiver.
 

Pamela Noffsinger posted on 7/14/21
On behalf of the Will/Grundy Clerks Association we would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the family of Lisa. Us Clerks are a small group, but each city, village, town and township have one, and Lisa was an exemplary clerk and mentor to us all. Always willing to share her knowledge and experiences. Thank you for sharing her with us.
 

Karen posted on 7/13/21
Sending all our love and peace- Now and Always
 

 
Sidney Vogel posted on 7/12/21
Until we meet again my beautiful lady friend! I love you always!
 

Michael Benner posted on 7/12/21
Our condolences to the family of Jack. “May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.”
 

Cathy Felkner Martin posted on 7/12/21
Rhonda has been a very special and dear friend since she was my Home Ec. student in Jr. High many years ago. There could not be a more caring or attentive person in my life, and I will miss her dearly. She always remembered every possible special day and season with a card,. which always arrived in plenty of time to be appreciated. She even called us from the delivery room when the boys were born! Wow! That was an honor! She dearly loved those young men, and was so proud of them! And Ken, the love of her life, has been a dedicated husband as well as care giver over all these years, especially with her health challenges. She was most fortunate to have found him in that Deli! It was good to have been able to visit with them when they came to KC recently, and I know that her last hours must have been happy since she did so love the camping experience!
 

Jayne posted on 7/12/21
You would be so proud of your family, Dean... I’ll love you and miss you always♥️
 

Lavone Haywood posted on 7/12/21
Tom Romano was a integral part of the Cook County Adult Probation Department for many years . Always with a infectious laugh and willing to go the extra mile to help the many probationers and staff he encountered.The AdultProbation Department is better today because of his service. You fought the good fight my friend ! Rest In Peace .
 

Tom Riley posted on 7/12/21
I worked with Tom for a lot of years at the APD. He was a great guy with a good sense of humor. I would be there personally except that I live out of State. I had't seen him in a number of years and know he will be missed by all.
 

Marlene R Fisher posted on 7/11/21
Please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of Betty. I met Betty in Bahrain when we both worked for the Ministry of Health in Bahrain. Betty was an invaluable resource to the Health Science students, faculty and physicians in her role as teacher trainer and media expert. Betty and I traveled to India, Africa, the Far East and Mexico together. Betty was concerned and caring for her family, friends, and co-workers. I will miss her notes and phone conversations about her family, her Bahraini friends and her involvement in the library and prayer shawl ministry. She had infectious energy, optimism and energy which she used to maintain her friendships and her health. I miss her and will always remember and cherish my dear friend and our times together.
 

Stan Motley posted on 7/11/21
Tom and I shared a common love for our Lord Jesus Christ. I knew Tom was a kind man who was willing to help so many people. He was steadfast in his love for his family and passionate to support those who wanted to protect the unborn. We laughed many times together as we shared life's ups and downs together. I will miss Tom's smile and his understanding of God's unlimited grace and love. I thank God for his willingness to meet every Saturday morning to pray for our Church, the people in it and for those in ministry throughout the world. Tom was a friend to many, a child of the one True King and a man who loved his God, his family and his friends. I look forward to our reunion in heaven.
 

Susan Smithmeyer posted on 7/10/21
Betty never let her health issues get in the way of volunteering for so many events at the Yorkville Public Library. Her willingness to share her time and put forth the effort it would sometimes take was always appreciated. She was well known to the Friends of the Library and was a wealth of knowledge on so many different topics. We will miss her smile, her friendship, and the gracious way she gave to so many people who were lucky enough to have known her. My sincere condolences to Betty's family and prayers that the memories you shared with her will bring you comfort.
 

Tom Becker posted on 7/9/21
I was sorry to hear of Bill's passing and was not able to pay my respects and help you celebrate his life, I knew Bill through our days at Tru link fence , Bill and his golf cart and way to many memories to write here. I hope you can find some comfort in knowing that Bill is in the most amazing place one can be.
 

Abrianna posted on 7/8/21
Happy Birthday Papa! We miss you so much! We hope it's going good for you up there. <3
 

Jane (Martin) Molls posted on 7/8/21
Terry and Kathy: I really liked your dad. He was a great person to work with at Sentry as a high school student. My mother told my children “Jack Daniels is my best friend” They still smile at that. Mom meant it.
 

Don Ceschi posted on 7/8/21
I'd like to extend my deepest sympathy to the Daniels family. I knew Jack for a long time and I always had the utmost respect for all that he accomplished. He was a GREAT man!
 

Muyssar Jaber posted on 7/8/21
My deepest condolences to Betty’s family and friends. I got to know Betty as one of her students at College of Health Sciences in Bahrain. Then we become a close friend since then. We consider her as one our best friend, and part of our family my daughters loved there Auntie Betty. We have a very beautiful memories with her, May God Rest her soul in peace.
 

Russell Ceschi posted on 7/8/21
To the entire Daniels family ,I want to extend my deepest sorrow for your loss. Jack was a great man in so many ways. He will be missed, but he's in a greater place. God Bless Him.
 

 
Rosemarie Buntrock posted on 7/7/21
It’s with much sadness Dean and I acknowledge the passing of a person we’ve always known as a gentleman. God’s blessings to everyone in the DANIELS family during these days ahead. Rosemarie and Dean Buntrock
 

 
Gerald Bernabei posted on 7/7/21
I would like to extend my sympathy to Betty’s family and friends. Betty was a unique person who traveled all over the world. She loved the field of nursing education and was very involved in curriculum in that area. She spent many years living abroad and brought back numerous stories from her travels. Betty’s extended family of sisters, cousins and friends at home and abroad was remarkable.. She always seemed to be filled with energy and excitement about her projects and travels. We will miss her educated, energetic personality very much! God Bless her.
 

Jane Chana posted on 7/7/21
My cousin Bill Kingore told me about your father. I’m So sorry to hear about his passing. Jane ( Rudolph) Chana.
 

Carolyn A. Warfield posted on 7/7/21
We wish to extend our deepest condolences to the family of Jack Daniels. What a wonderful man he was and so much fun to see him in the Walworth store and always chat with him then. He was so friendly and interested in what you were looking for with his help always. May God bless him in heaven now and forever. John and Carolyn Warfield of Walworth
 

Rick & Rose Crandall posted on 7/7/21
Dear Terry, Debi and you’re family, We are very sorry for you’re loss our thoughts and prayers are with all
 

Chuck Huettig posted on 7/7/21
My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family Jack was a great man
 

Tom Kwiatkowski posted on 7/7/21
Dear Terry, Debbie and family, just read about the passing of Jack. What a community treasure! He was bigger than life in Fontana and Walworth, a hard working regular guy who set a high standard. You have to be so proud to have the family name Daniels. Barb and I are saddened but the legacy of Jack Daniels is passed on to others. God bless Jack, sincerely,Tom and Barb.
 

Debra Lynn posted on 7/3/21
Well, first of all I have to say that I have so many memories I’d have to write a book to share them all with you. Jodi, Tari, and Debbie are the best of friends. Many of our friends called us the triplets, which we hated then, but looking back now it’s because we were always together. We shared an apartment together, went everywhere together, and many times we wore the same clothes! In fact in our senior high school pictures, we all wore the same sweater in our senior picture! What a hoot! We were always doing crazy silly things but at least we were together! We had more fun being young and silly and not having a care in the world! She was a fun, loving, giving friend, that I thank God for EVERY day that I had,and I can’t even believe she’s not here with us anymore. I’m going to miss you my friend, but I have so many memories of you and I will always think of you, and I will always love you! And I won’t ever care who calls us the triplets because that’s who we were! That’s the story of, that’s the glory of love!
 

Bill Toll posted on 7/2/21
So sorry my Teamster Brother, enjoy your retirement in Heaven!
 

Doug Heading posted on 7/1/21
I worked with ZJ at YRC. I’m so sorry for your loss, I hope you all can find peace.
 

Gina Wheatley posted on 6/30/21
We are covering you in our prayers. The Wheatley family
 

Gina Wheatley posted on 6/30/21
We are covering you all in our prayers. The Wheatley family
 

Elaine (Furbush) Williams posted on 6/29/21
Donna so sorry for your loss. Would sure like to come Celebration however I have s temporary problem and cannot attend. Your on my prayers!
 

 
Joe Ferguson posted on 6/29/21
Sorry for your loss prayers for the family
 

bernice mouroukas posted on 6/27/21
So sorry for your loss Pauline and family Christine Dybowski Bernice Mouroukas
 

Boni Felt posted on 6/27/21
I am saddened to hear of Steve's passing and extend my sympathy to his mom, sisters, extended family and friends. He left us too soon. He was the best class treasurer that Plano High School ever had! We all knew he would be a success...and he was. Your family is in my prayers...may you remember all the good times.
 

MARY LYNN JOHNSON posted on 6/26/21
You earned your wings sweet girl, fly high, and know you will never be forgotten. You brought so much joy to your family. Keep your pretty eyes on them as they continue their journey on earth without you. When they cry send them a hug and ask Our Lord to send them comfort and healing. You are now in Paradise sweet Angel. <3
 

John Gorski posted on 6/26/21
Francois was: A Gentlemen A Man of Depth An Old Soul We are all fortunate to have driven along life’s twisting roads with Francois.
 

Richard & Barbara Holland posted on 6/26/21
We send our condolences to Pauline, Sue and Helen. The Kapas family has been our family friends for more than fifty years. We will miss Steve.
 

 
Christine Metrou posted on 6/25/21
May your memory be eternal Steve. Rest In Peace
 

Virginia Trimble posted on 6/24/21
To the astronomical community, she will always be Canna Helpit and we were truly sorry to lose her!
 

Terry and Sarah Pink posted on 6/23/21
I am honored and blessed to have known Lois. She was truly a blessing and I will miss her. Our condolences.
 

Paul Hardt posted on 6/23/21
Steve was a unique individual. He was special. He encouraged intelligent conversation as a means to share ideas and generate understanding. I met Steve a few years back, and enjoyed talking photography and political science. He was a very bright man.
 

Matt Brady posted on 6/23/21
Melinda and I will miss you so much Hank. Little did I know that sharing back yards with you would turn into such a treasured friendship. Thank you for all the balls games we watched together, the many yard projects we shared, the times on the pier and for keeping me abreast of the latest political news. You welcomed me into your home and embraced Melinda and I like we were yours. You and Joanne are like grandparents to Sean and Kelley and have been there for all of the stages of their lives. They love you dearly. I miss you Hank but I am so thankful for the influence you had on my family and for being such a big part of my life.
 

Sharon Irvine posted on 6/23/21
So sorry for your loss, Prayers and hugs to you and your family. Sharon and Don Irvine and family
 

Frank Kaldis posted on 6/23/21
I have not seen my dear friend for years, due to me moving to Greece, but I remember all of our good rounds abs how much we used to talk about life, golf and everything else.. I will miss his kind words, smile, and him saying don’t worry. I still cannot believe it..! I will miss you my dear friend.
 

Robin and Alan Langguth posted on 6/23/21
We are so saddened with this tremendous loss. We will fondly remember our lovely exceptional dinner at the Monte Carlo…
 

Debra Buelow posted on 6/22/21
I will never forget all the times we would chat. God bless my dear friend.I will never forget you.
 

Lashawn posted on 6/22/21
Sending my deepest condolences to your family.
 

Patricia Kolin posted on 6/22/21
Mrs. Lois Leedle Was a remarkable lady!!! Quite active for her age artisitic, acknowageable, caring person & a joy to be around. I was able to clean for her & very thank-ful got to know her. Until we meet again. You will be missed by many who knew you. PK
 

Harry French posted on 6/22/21
My heart goes out to the family of Steve. My wife Sheri and I pray that the lord will comfort you. I will not unfortunately be able to attend the services. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Harry “shorty”French
 

Marjorie L Kleronomos posted on 6/22/21
Angelo and I were so sad to hear about Steve’s passing! Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this difficult time. Angelo Kleronomos & Marjie (Dewey) Kleronomos
 

Dina Valli posted on 6/22/21
Uncle Hank, The memories of the lake will always be my fondest memories. Its where you taught me to ski. You will be missed. Dina Valli
 

 
James Scher posted on 6/22/21
A wonderful man and a great father in law. Hank and I shared many many laughs and a common sense of humor that will be missed. He quickly welcomed me into the family and made me feel like a son and always cared for me and my life. Although we did not always agree in politics we shared a love for life, humor, the lake and of course his dear sweet Amy. We miss you Hank! Love James
 

Karen Soggs posted on 6/22/21
I have very fond memories of Brenda. Both she and Brian. When I was a young girl, I remember thinking she and Brian looked like the perfect couple. They would come to Florida in the early years occasionally to visit but as I recall she was not fond of Florida. Too hot and way too many bugs! Over the past several years we lost touch. Not because of any one thing but life itself. Life has a way of throwing curve balls, and we get absorbed in our own world. When I received a call from her back in October it was a pleasant surprise. She wanted to check in and see how we were all doing and to let us know she thought of us often and loved us all. She reminded as family, even though the distance, we should keep in touch. It opened our line of communication. I hope she knew how much that meant to me. I loved her and will miss her greatly.
 

Lee&Cheryl Allen posted on 6/22/21
Mack Family, So sorry for your loss of a good Husband , Father and Friend !! Prayers and Love ❤️
 

Lydia Krantz posted on 6/22/21
Our hearts are broken for the loss of a longtime friend. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all Keith and Lydia Krantz
 

Barto posted on 6/22/21
Our deepest sympathies to a good neighbor for more than 20 years, Our prayers and wishes are with his wife, sons, and daughter that they find peace and Salas in the Lord he will be missed by us all. May God's blessings continue for all
 

Marie Smith posted on 6/21/21
So Sorry to hear of Bev's passing. She was my trainer at Farmers Insurance when I started there. Such a wonderful lady! Prayers to the family!
 

Linda Weihofen posted on 6/21/21
Brenda was like a mom to me growing up. I spent so much time with Theresa and her mom treated me like a daughter. I would spend days and nights at her house and she always welcomed me. I will miss her and I have many lovely memories that fill my heart ❤️ ❤️
 

Rachel Sterk posted on 6/21/21
Lois was the first person to greet me when I first visited Lake Geneva Bible Chapel back in 2004. She was always so sweet, kind, and welcoming. We learned that we knew mutual people even though our lives had not previously crossed. Lois was a breath of fresh air, had a touch of sass, was talented with her art, and was overall a truly amazing person. She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. My deepest condolences to her family.
 

Dave Reynolds posted on 6/18/21
We (Maralyn & David Reynolds) first met Bob & Sandy in Mexico at Eldorado Seaside Suites back in 2005 and we got on famously as both David & Bob's birthdays were in October. So we made a pact that we would try and meet up each year at that time which happened until 2015. David liked Jazz music, and Bob wrote some tunes dedicated to David's mum and his wife/Maz. The best memory I have is meeting Bob for the first-time at the Swim-up-Bar and two hours later we had the whole pool crowd singing away, and I got blamed for the massive Tequila-Slammers hangovers!! I'll miss him so much - a giant character!
 

 
Bob Becker posted on 6/16/21
Albeit a year after hearing this sad news, I now light a candle for "Lulu" as her mother used to refer to her. I knew Linda from the age of 13 and never knew her to be to have anything but the most bubbling and effervescent personality. From growing up as neighbors to my cousins, to attending middle and high school with Linda and her siblings, knowing Linda would be around ALWAYS provided an extra spark to life's events. We attended several concerts together in the 80's...which she ALWAYS said yes to, regardless of the performer. She loved her music, especially great vocalists and was quite the talented singer herself. She was born a little too early. She was American Idol material in at least the top ten category. As a friend, she was certainly in my top tier of the most dearly cherished. I only wish I could have been closer to help you when things became so challenging for you. Now, I can only picture you singing away with some of your favorites who have gone before. I'll miss our long telephone chats and you allowing me the privilege of knowing the your friendship, and your heart. May you rest in heavenly peace sweet Linda...Holding your memory close, forever....
 

Walter Konieczko posted on 6/16/21
This is Walter an old friend of Donna and Richard I was just wondering if this was the same Donna that lived in downers Grove back in the 80s then move to sandwich if so can someone in the family contact me1630-4370958
 

 
Karyn Lochner posted on 6/15/21
Always a welcoming smile as we arrived at the Lincolnwood home during high school. Wonderful memories of those days. Prayers to the entire Jacobs Family.
 

GEORGE D PRYJMA posted on 6/15/21
My deepest condolences to Carolyn’s loving husband of 58 years, their children Mark, Tim, and Dawn with their spouses and their grandchildren Sam, Sarah, Jake, and Luke. I had the joy of being an Indian Hills neighbor of Carolyn and her family. Carolyn was always friendly and welcoming with a friendly greeting and funny story. After I left Indian Hills, Carolyn and I communicated via Facebook and occasionally ran into each other at community events. Carolyn always had a smiling, friendly greeting and delightful conversation. Carolyn was a rare joyful person who brought happiness and cheer to all whose lives she touched. Many tears will be shed at her passing. May a loving God welcome her into His Eternal Kingdom.
 

Nancy Smith Hopp posted on 6/14/21
Wishes of sympathy to the whole Kaman family, but especially to Greg's brothers and sisters who grew up in the house on Buell in Aurora, a block east of me through the back yards. I remember the family very well and get to recall our childhoods as I live now in my childhood home on the corner of Western and Kensington and still walk the old neighborhood. Blessings to you all. I am sorry for your loss, but delighted to read this wonderful tribute to Greg's life. Nancy Smith Hopp
 

Reba Stone posted on 6/12/21
Grey was my boss at TI Automotive in Cynthiana, Ky. We have remained friends with he, Lynn and the family. We always enjoyed seeing them on their visits to Ky. Greg will be sadly missed by the TI friends in Cynthiana. Love and prayers for all the family.
 

Mark E Fuller posted on 6/11/21
I'm sorry for your loss. Dick was a wonderful colleague in our Mathematics Department at UW Rock County. I remember how students enjoyed him, and we certainly enjoyed his sense of humor. You are in our thoughts and minds.
 

Annie Prichard posted on 6/10/21
We love to remember having the Kamans over for dinner to celebrate the engagement of Allie & Dan. Greg asked for the tour of our little Chicago apartment and wanted all the details about our home-made furniture. Later we got the tour of his work-space when we visited Fontana. We will always remember Greg as a kind and gentle man who had genuine interest in what we were up to, which made us feel good. Our love to everyone who is missing him. Cheers, Greg. Annie Prichard & Bob Buckstaff
 

Laura Krezel Mitchell posted on 6/8/21
So sorry to hear of Brian's passing. My sympathies to the family.
 

Robert Middleton posted on 6/8/21
Worked with Marty in Bld. G. Hourly on 629 engine frame machine line. Also both of us worked in Management. RIP My Friend
 

Robert A Middleton posted on 6/8/21
RIP Old friend
 

Anel Vought/Markle posted on 6/8/21
We walked out to Harmony School mornings.. Each family of children on Marblehill road 1 mile out.and less joined with the others.on the way to.school. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends. Sorry for your loss!
 

Suzanne Henshaw posted on 6/7/21
Carol was a classmate of mine in Harmony School and Belvidere High School. Talked with her several years ago. Love to her family.
 

Julie Morsch posted on 6/7/21
What a kind and gentle man Wayne was to all who was blessed to have known him! My thoughts and prayers will be with family and friends in the days and weeks to come, for comfort, peace and wonderful memories with him! A life well lived. Scott and Julie Morsch
 

 
John Helt posted on 6/7/21
Cindy and I, along with our three kids, light a candle in Dick's memory. He was a bright light in and around Walworth, and our seven years there were made brighter by Dick's brilliance. As teacher, coach, churchman and friend, Dick was a most patient, kindness magnet and true leader. He made the world a better place, and through his family and those he touched, that betterment lives on.
 

Sharon Diehl posted on 6/6/21
Shirley Diehl loved to ride horses in her youth. She boarded horses for a local rancher when she lived in Huntley, Montana. Shirley was a good swimmer and taught her 2 children to swim. Shirley was aristic, especially in ceramics; she had her own firing kiln and molds. She loved to read and discuss the classics and poetry, and passed her love of literature down to her grandson. Shirley spent many years camping and fishing with her husband, Roy. Her daughter collected fossils and became a geologist and soon Shirley was taking a geology course and going on field trips to collect her own fossils.
 

Sonette Tippens posted on 6/6/21
Dick was very generous with his time in helping students before school started. My son, Bob Salter, spoke very highly of Mr. Baker.
 

Ruth Frederick posted on 6/5/21
Roxy, I am so sorry to hear of your husbands passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Cherish the memories of your life together.
 

Tim Meffert posted on 6/4/21
Andy and family, So sorry to hear of your loss. Our condolences and on behalf of the Greater Jackson Business Alliance, we'll be making a donation to the Dick and Roxy Baker Scholarship Foundation. The GJBA Board
 

Don Eaton posted on 6/4/21
Thinking of you all. Wish we could be there. May God be with and bless all of you!!!
 

Randy wrolen posted on 6/3/21
Pete you were always like a brother to me in New Buffalo ,Rest in Piece!
 

Carol Yirek posted on 6/3/21
Roxy, I am so sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of your family when we were neighbors in Walworth. My sympathies go out to you and the boys.
 

Sandy Nolan posted on 6/2/21
Roxy, I was so deeply saddened to hear about your husband. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
 

Todd Ball posted on 6/2/21
I was very sorry to hear of Leo's passing, he will be greatly missed. The district meetings just won't be the same without his accordion. Todd & Debby Ball
 

Jeff Overmier posted on 6/2/21
Jennifer & Family, I was very sorry to hear today of Joe’s passing, and I wanted to offer my condolences to all of you. Joey was a joy to work with and he will surely be missed. There are no words that express how badly we feel for your loss, and I will be thinking often of you and Joe. Jeff
 

Nick and Pat Moore posted on 6/2/21
We offer our most sincere condolences to the Massey family on the passing of their son Stephen. May perpetual light shine upon him. You are in our prayers. Nick and Pat Moore
 

Nicole and Steven Cholity posted on 6/1/21
It was great getting to know Marge. She always welcomed everyone with open arms and was always smiling and laughing. Sending prayers to you and your entire family. She will without a doubt be very missed.
 

Debbie Sachinski posted on 6/1/21
Uncle Leo was a brother to my mom Janet Nichols/Myers. He was such a musical gift to our family and was asked to play one of his many instruments whenever there was a get together. He used to stop and see my mom & aunt Della when he came up to see Pam. My Deepest Sympathies to his children and their families. Debbie Sachinski
 

Judy (Nichols) Nordlof posted on 6/1/21
One of my favorite uncles. Many special memories of him while I was growing up and also during my married life. Used to stop and visit while he was working in Rockford. He will truly be missed!
 

David Kronwall posted on 6/1/21
Leo was a Nichols, which meant he was musical. I remember the cookouts we had when I was a boy in Linn, when Leo, his brother Everett, and his wife Jeanette played accordion, keyboard and guitar for our families. Those were among the happiest days of my life. I recall “Blue Lady Waltz,” and all those other pieces that this talented family played by ear. In those days, no one had money but they had skills and shared them with their neighbors. That’s how homes got built, additions got built and more. Leo’s welding skills were borrowed by my dad for his livestock truck. God bless Leo and his family. A wonderful, smiling man who liked to laugh. I’ll miss him.
 

 
Robin Baulac posted on 6/1/21
Steve will be really missed by all. Kristephanie, Sophia & Kade you are in our thoughts and prayers. We love you. Mom & Andy
 

Greg Wetterich posted on 6/1/21
My sincerest sympathy to Paul's family. I knew Paul from working at Aurora, but got to know him very well while we worked together at Cat Ag. Paul was the wise, father-figure of the team leaders. He freely shared his wisdom of product development and problem solving, thank goodness. Most of his fellow team leaders were younger and less experienced, so he kept us grounded in reality. His sense of humor was bone-dry and we laughed many times with him and at him. His long, blue van was always the biggest vehicle in the parking lot. He taught many of us lessons to be used throughout your lifetime. Once again, my deepest sympathies to a truly wonderful man and engineer.
 

MARY & ALLAN KULIKOWSKI posted on 6/1/21
HE WAS A BEAMER AND HELPED WHERE AND WHEN HE COULD AT ALL THE MEETINGS. HE WILL BE MISSED.
 

 
Barbara Ditzenberger posted on 6/1/21
Remember the fun memories together and celebrate his life
 

Barbara Ditzenberger posted on 6/1/21
"Grandpa Nichols" will be greatly missed. He was a wonderful, fun and loving man. My deepest condolences go out to his family.
 

Gina Weber posted on 5/31/21
Jeff will be deeply missed!!!! His family are in my prayers. So sorry for your loss!!! I knew Jeff by helping him with bingo at the Yorkville American Legion. He was a good guy!!!❤❤❤
 

Heather Hughes posted on 5/31/21
Jen and family, the girls and I are so sorry to hear about your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Heather, Brooklyn & Morgan
 

Solveig Valland posted on 5/31/21
Mrs. Hagen and family We have received the sad message of Paul’s death. 20 years ago, Paul came to visit his relatives and see his forefather’s land. He stayed at the Valland farm where his great-grandmother grew up. We remember him standing in the garden at Valland, looking at the orchards, the fjord, the mountains and one of Norway biggest glaciers that is shining white all summer. “I wonder what my forefathers felt when they left this”, he said Paul went to Tolohagen, the piece of land where his surname comes from, and where his grandfather was born. There we remember him climbing into the hollow trunk of an ancient ashtree. He was told that his grandfather most likely played around that tree when he was a child. Later Paul had several trips back to Norway. Together with Eileen and with Jennifer. Once Marion also came with him. Several of us have enjoyed time together with him and his family in the USA. He showed us his America, where his family settled after the immigration. We visited Stephanie and Jennifer. He brought us around to see graveyards, churches, farmland, the Polaris factory and to Caterpillar. He drove us all the way to Roseau. Paul was eagerly studying family relations. Paul showed that he was happy to have good relations to his Norwegian relatives. To us he was generous, open and including. We feel deep gratitude for this. We do hope that the contact established will go on through the years to come. Our deepest condolences to all his beloved ones. Our hopes and prayers are with you. God bless the good legacy Paul Hagen leaves behind. Give Eileen and all her family strength to tackle the loss. Love from relatives of Tolohagen and of Valland.
 

Eleanor Johnson Hanold posted on 5/30/21
“Some people come into our lives and leave footprints on our hearts and we are never ever the same.” ― Flavia Jeff was my foster brother and one of the nicest men I ever knew. He always treated me like a sister and when he gave Christmas presents he would give the three girls all the same sweater but in different colors—it didn’t seem to matter that only one of us was his real sibling. He never made me feel like I didn’t belong. He was a guy who seemed to always know what the right thing do was and did it. He had the ability to make you feel safe no matter what. He knew how to make me smile. I haven’t seen Jeff in maybe 35 years, but I miss knowing he is out there making the world a better place. My deepest sympathy to his “little” sister Marcia, his children and grandchildren, and his entire family.
 

Jeff & Dianne Putala posted on 5/30/21
Jen, We are so sorry to hear this news. Please know we are keeping you, the boys and all of your family in our thoughts and prayers. He will be missed by so many.
 

John & Karen Benson posted on 5/30/21
we were shocked and saddened to hear about Joey’s death. We can’t imagine the heartache you must feel. Our hearts go out to you all. Words seem inadequate to express the sadness we feel for your family. Thinking of you,wishing you hope and peace during this difficult time. May you find joy in your memories.
 

Alice and Mic Shaeffer posted on 5/29/21
Her family was blessed with her long life. May she rejoice in heaven with loved ones who passed before her. Our love and sympathy to her entire family.
 

Bill Atchison posted on 5/28/21
Paul hired me as a design engineer twenty years ago and to this day, I continue to employ the principles he championed. I suspect that Paul's farming background gave him the ability to provide practical and robust solutions to seemingly difficult problems. Anyone who worked with Paul learned a lot about practical design practices. I also truly admired his leadership skills. Paul had an easy-going style that allowed each member of his team to perform at their best. I can only hope that in my career, I will have as much positive influence on young engineers as Paul did with me all those years ago. My condolences to all of his loved ones. Paul will be sorely missed.
 

 
Cheryl Gress posted on 5/28/21
Such a sweet woman. She'll be missed. My thoughts are prayers are with your family.
 

Floyd & Ruth Derby posted on 5/28/21
Oh Paul, I liked you a lot. You were a great engineer and a good friend. We worked hard together in wheel loader design at Cat. You were fun to be with and a better fisherman than I. Ruth and I grieve for you and your family. Rest in peace------Floyd
 

Kimberly posted on 5/28/21
To the whole family you are in truly my thoughts and prayers. May the Lord give you comfort and strength in the coming days weeks and months. Paul-You were the first person I met after moving next door. Without even knowing I had loss my dad shortly before moving here. U walked up introduced yourself and welcomed me immediately. U never missed a chance to say hi or ask me how I was doing and ALWAYS helped this determine neighbor when she wanted to do it on her own. U touched my heart more than U will ever know. Thank U for taking me under ur wing and always watching out for me. U are loved and missed more than U know. I thank God for blessing me with an awesome and kind soul and especially in a time I needed it most. I know my dad, and many others are welcoming U in heaven .., I also know U R pain free and in peace. I know U will be watching over ur beautiful family too. Till we see each other again my neighbor, my friend ., RIP.
 

 
Kevin Huang, Caterpillar Aurora LWL P&C posted on 5/27/21
Paul, I will miss your smile, your story of travelling around the country and world. We lost a dear colleague, friend, and mentor. Rest in peace.
 

Kevin Huang, Caterpillar Aurora LWL P&C posted on 5/27/21
Mrs. Hagen and family, Paul has been a great colleague, mentor, and friend. I'll miss him in the future, miss seeing him at Caterpillar holiday party, picnic, at Caterpillar Aurora parking lot. It's been a truly pleasure and honor to know him and work with him. My deepest condolence.
 

 
Zeke Wei posted on 5/27/21
Paul: There are only a handful engineers at Caterpillar that I have my highest respect. You are one of them and at the top. These days, there are not many oak tree engineers like you around CAT any more. You are definitely missed. Although I did not work with you directly for long, I can tell you are a good engineer with high integrity. You stick with the truth that is the best for the company, even that is in conflict with some management sometimes. That is how you gain my highest respect. Wish you all the best in heaven.
 

Dan Saulnier posted on 5/27/21
Don was a good friend an I will miss him dearly. I will see him again one day an we will spend eternity together in Glory.
 

rivet terrence posted on 5/27/21
June 20, 1931 - May 28, 2021 Virginia M. Burnett, age 89, of DeKalb, IL passed away on Monday, May 24, 2021 at Kishwaukee for as much as this clown charges, you'd think he'd Proof Read his obit's
 

Jan whiteaker posted on 5/26/21
Shannon, Nate & families, I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. May fond memories help you thru this most difficult time. May God bless you.
 

Julie Morsch posted on 5/26/21
I had the privilege of meeting Virginia at church. We would sit by her and her special friend. What a beautiful and full of love and kindness she was. She loved dearly. I believe our Heavenly Father is welcoming her with open arms and saying “well done my child and thank you for loving and caring for others!” My prayers of peace and beautiful memories of Virginia are be sent today and the coming weeks for family and friends Love to you all, Julie Morsch ☕️
 

Tom Kubalewski and the Whiting Field Team posted on 5/24/21
Our sincere condolences to the entire family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you always.
 

Shawn posted on 5/22/21
I love you and miss you dearly every day. The world is emptier without you.
 

Melanie Moore posted on 5/19/21
I loved my Uncle Billie, Growing up in Atlanta any time his big rig made his way though town he would stop for the night. So we got to see him several times a year. We got to visit him one summer in Chicago, Love that trip. Spending time at a couple family reunions on the beach was a blast. You will always have my love. Your Loving Niece Melanie.
 

Valerie K Gittings posted on 5/19/21
Norraine was such a warm caring person and enjoyed her ever ready smile. She was showed kindness and her faith walk was inspiring. We attended Meadowbrook with her. Just wanted her family to know she will be missed. Prayers to the family that they may find Gods comfort in the midst of your grief. Valerie Gittings
 

Cheryl Bartels posted on 5/19/21
I worked with Jim many years ago at Armour Dial as the Quality Control Secretary. He was always smiling and it was a pleasure to work with him. I am so sorry for your loss.
 

Anna Marie Hoggard posted on 5/18/21
My love and Prayers for all I have so many wonderfull memories of our times spent together with our children as they where growing up and sharing laughs and love You will be missed but we will all be together again
 

Karen Schroeder posted on 5/16/21
Hi Claressa, I’m so incredibly sorry to read about your fathers passing. I’m sure you have many wonderful memories to help you through this sad time. I remember you guys took me to a country western concert and your Dad pulled me out my seat to watch the concert ! Sincerely, Karen Schroeder
 

Marlene Orstead posted on 5/16/21
To Sharon & all Family, I'm very sorry for your loss. I know how you are all feeling right now. I will always remember Dick & the way he always made us laugh, How he reminded us of Johnny Carson, & Bill Haley (Comets) with that curl he used to have with hair by his forehead. The fun we had yrs. ago when we were much, much younger. Gone from the present but always in our memory! May the Lord give you all peace. Sincerely!
 

Dave and Linda Sorich posted on 5/15/21
Don was a great friend, I wish I was a better friend to him. We have two items hanging in our home that Don had made. A beautiful Crucifix and a clock. The clock was made from some hardwood I found and asked if Don wanted, and his response was yes, and then a week later he surprised me with a clock that he made from it. He was very instrumental in my returning to my Catholic Faith. God rest and accept Don Walter's Soul, Amen! Sincerely, Dave and Linda Sorich
 

 
Bill Mertz posted on 5/15/21
Bill was a GREAT guy and a GREAT friend! I knew him well throughout the '70's, the '80's and into the '90's. We last visited and got 'caught-up' over breakfast, a few years ago! I only leaned of his 'passing', but searching for his phone number, that we might get together, again! Our heartfelt sympathy goes to ALL of Bill's family! He was always 'up-beat' and his humor was ever present! I will miss him! We enjoyed many wonderful times, adventures, and activities, all those years ago! His kids grew-up with ours. We enjoyed and made many life-long memories during those years, from biking, to vacationing, to partying and soooo much more! Everyone should be so lucky to have such a wonderful neighbor and terrific friend! Rest in peace my friend! YOU counted!
 

Sheri Millspaugh posted on 5/15/21
So sorry to hear of your Moms passing Karen! She was a special person. We won’t be running into each other anymore at Oak Crest though. Our Moms will be missed.
 

 
Rene Reynolds posted on 5/14/21
Don was a wonderful man, and a good friend to our family. Once, we helped him clean up some fallen tree limbs from a bad storm. He showed up later with a truck-load of cut up logs, just so our kids could have some campfires and s'mores that Summer! We've had many happy memories from those campfires, thanks to Don and his thoughtfulness. He will live in our memories each time we sit around the fire with our friends and family. Many blessings.
 

 
Colette Groves posted on 5/14/21
Remember all the fabulous good times on 4th of July with family's, swimming in the pool. Enjoying all the food and everyone being so happy, always looking forward to it every year when all were younger.. Extremely fond memories. My love, thoughts, and prayers are with all. Colette
 

ron and vickie goeddeke posted on 5/14/21
blessings to you all love you and wish the best just remember all the good times you had with your dad grand father friend
 

Carol Hanson posted on 5/14/21
My deepest sympathy to Gwen and family. May your cherished memories make you smile in the days ahead. God bless you all.
 

Allison Haines posted on 5/13/21
I did not know Norraine well, but I met her in 2010 through a GriefShare group at Meadowbrook Church. Norraine and the other ladies in this group were tremendously welcoming and supportive to me, and coming together to share our journey of grief was very helpful to me. We were able to occasionally visit outside of that circumstance, for coffee, and she invited me to church. She was wonderful and showed me great kindness. My condolences to you, Norraine's family. Prayers to you. Allison H.
 

nita & hartley Pierson posted on 5/13/21
celebration of a wonderful family man and devout Christian...God's blessings....
 

Nikki posted on 5/13/21
I was deeply heartbroken when I heard of ken’s passing. He was our downstairs neighbor for years until he moved next door recently. My family and I were very saddened to hear about the passing of ken. May he rest in absolute peace and our condolences to his family.
 

Edward LaVoy posted on 5/12/21
Deb, Luann, Beth and families, We are with you in spirit and thought. Please accept our condolences for the loss of your Mom. We were honored to have known her for what time we did. There are too many miles between us but please know that our hearts are with you now and always. Lori and Ed LaVoy
 

Frieda & Matt Linsner posted on 5/11/21
Norraine will be greatly missed. I always left her presence inspired.
 

Theresa Vest posted on 5/11/21
Sharon, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Rick & Barb Winel posted on 5/11/21
Luann & Family, We are truly sorry for the loss of your Mother. May she Rest-In-Peace Love, Rick & Barb Winel
 

 
Sharon price posted on 5/10/21
Norraine was absolutely an angel on earth. Always available at a minutes notice to help a friend. Her heartfelt love of all was immeasurable.. we had many wonderful times and great memories over the years. She was my best friend for over 30!.years. Words cannot express my sorrow. I know she is with the Lord and David. She is truly at peace.
 

Bella Rodriguez posted on 5/9/21
I love you and will truly miss you gramps your little angel- bella
 

John Rzymski posted on 5/8/21
My condolences and sincere sympathy.
 

Mary Collins posted on 5/7/21
Lonnie you were my dear dear friend. I will miss you forever Lonnie. The beautiful flowers you gave me years ago bloom every year by the front of my house, They are such a wonderful remembrance of you and what a giving person you were. Thank you for being a great friend!
 

Nancy posted on 5/7/21
Our deepest condolences Lonnie will truly be missed Dr.Meschi and staff Rush Copley
 

Inez Dziedzic posted on 5/7/21
My friendship with Arleen spanned 50 years .She had a gift for bringing people together. Months could pass but when we saw each other, time melted away and her grin always made me smile. Lucky were you to be her friend as she went out of her way to do special things for people and, as such, she made you feel special. Arleen never missed any of my daughters dance recitals and theatrical endeavors. Her involvement, genuine interest and support spoke volumes about her character and caring nature. Living close to my mom, she would volunteer driving her to these events and my mom loved being with her.. Arleen never hesitated to be of assistance to a friend or a worthy cause. She enriched the lives of those she touched and I shall always carry with me the wonderful, fun times we shared. Thanks, Arleen -- Love you.
 

 
Bella Rodriguez posted on 5/6/21
I love you grandpa Lonnie I will always remember your Donald ducks voice, arrowheads and dear hunting, and always wanting me to drive your truck. Im going to miss those moments I hope your resting peacefully, Youre little angel granddaughter, Bella
 

Tina Nakutis posted on 5/6/21
My deepest sympathies to your family. I worked with Paul at the WPD before moving to the Village Hall. Not that long ago we spoke about problems with the tax forms. He was one, very special person! May he rest in eternal peace! My sympathies Nancy! Tina Nakutis
 

Sandra Franklin posted on 5/6/21
My deepest condolences to Karen and her family. Puzzy was one "classy lady"! Never a harsh word and not a mean bone in her body.
 

Norraine Tuestad Baker posted on 5/6/21
My sympathies to Karyn and family on their loss of Puzz. She was the most beautiful and kind person in Waterman. May The Lord's peace and comfort be with you. Norraine Tuestad Baker
 

Brian Dullum posted on 5/6/21
Shane and Amy- Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. Brian, Gary, Allen & Dan
 

Tom & Ginny Preston posted on 5/4/21
We are so saddened to read of the death of our former neighbor on 63rd Street in Woodridge. Nancy, Chris, and Amy, please accept our condolences. Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord; and let perpetual light shine upon him.
 

Cheryl Marshall posted on 5/4/21
My Condolences to the whole Kumiega Family. You are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
 

Mary Luber posted on 5/4/21
Tim and Dawn, So sorry I missed your moms funeral. She was a good friend. We just reconnected last year had a two hour conversation getting caught up. I will miss her.
 

Mike Wojcik posted on 5/3/21
Uncle Paul, I remember when my Mom told me you were my “Uncle Paul”. I probably was about 4 years old. I couldn’t understand how you could be my uncle. You were just a few years older than me. At the time, I thought uncles were supposed to be a lot older than me. But you are my uncle and I’ll always call you, Uncle Paul. I remember so many good times we had: On the farm in Hamlet, Indiana. Riding our bikes to go fishing with bamboo poles in the creek. Riding the tractor and helping Dziadzia with the chores. Picking mushrooms and walking through the woods with Busia. Playing tackle football in the grass along the Kennedy Expressway out in front of your house on Racine Avenue. Going to Gordon Tech basketball games to watch the “Heavies” and the “Lights”. Playing basketball on the courts at Carpenter School on Huron Street. Talking baseball about our favorite teams. Cubs vs. Sox Having to listen to Hank Williams sing “Your Cheatin’ Heart” every time I came over to your house. Seeing you on patrol in Woodridge. And finally, Sharing a shot of Dr. McGillicuddy’s with you every year at the family Christmas party! Uncle Paul, I know you are already in heaven with my Mom and Dad and your other family members. Have a shot of Dr. McGillicuddy’s with them tonight. God Bless You. Mickey
 

RON BEYNON posted on 5/3/21
We are sadden to hear of Dana's passing. He was a great neighbor for many years/
 

Robert & Jackie Starck posted on 5/2/21
Doc , was a mentor to me on the rescue squad, I send my deepest prayer and thoughts to the family. Rest in peace doc for I will see you again.
 

Edward Kensek posted on 5/2/21
My sincerest and deepest condolences to the Kumiega Family . . .Paul you will be missed by many people and I, but I will remember the day You and Peter were born, Your Sister Maryann was the first to change your diaper, hard to realize how time flew by and what a wonderful person you became, Paul could you do me a favor? Say Hello to Your Mom, Dad, Stanley, Anna, Ike, Emil and Frankie for me, Thank You, Rest in Peace my Friend.
 

Jennie Acosta posted on 5/1/21
So sorry Nancy and family for your loss. Sending prayers thru this difficult time.
 

Carolyn A. Warfield posted on 5/1/21
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Dana. May God bless him in heaven now.
 

Janet Holdeman posted on 5/1/21
We are so sorry to hear of Harold's passing. He and my father (Virgil Holdeman) became lifelong friends while attending vet school at Michgan State. The two of them had many good times together throughout the years. Harold had a very long and very good life and will be missed by all of us that had the pleasure of knowing him. Janet Holdeman (on behalf of the family of Virgil Holdeman)
 

Jo Johns posted on 4/29/21
I remember Kim as a beautiful, sensitive friend, that I met at New Life in Batavia. She valued her family. My prayers are with Larry and all the family as they adjust to this earthly life without Kim. Cling to your beautiful memories and rest assured that she is now is heaven.
 

Ray Blaszczak posted on 4/28/21
I watched Jeremy grow up from a boy to a respectable man. It was an honor to know him. My sincere condolences go out to the entire Mulder family.
 

Shawn Sorrow posted on 4/26/21
David was a great guy, always with something positive to say. He will be missed by all who knew him. I will especially miss the phone calls with Dave and his vast experience in the machine tool world. I offer the famine my deepest condolences for there loss.
 

Nancy posted on 4/26/21
Our Deepest Condolences on loss of Mr Tews Dr.Zhang and staff Rush Copley
 

carolyn mher posted on 4/25/21
I just heard of Karls passing. I remember Kurt and Karl playing as young boys in your back yard when you lived over here on Washington. My heart thoughts and prayers are with you and your family as you go thru this dificult time. God be with you .
 

Bill Magure posted on 4/24/21
Sorry to hear of Dave's passing. My condolences and deepest sympathy go out to Nancy and his family. I knew Dave through my work at Caterpillar Joliet. I worked with him on several different projects dealing with machines that he was the rep for. He was an individual that always seemed to be upbeat and have a genuine smile. I will keep him in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Jeannie Carrie posted on 4/23/21
Very sorry for your loss prayers for you and your family.
 

Dana T Calvert posted on 4/23/21
I am so sorry on your lost i met hippy 8 years ago at tle walmart what a great person i cant believe he is gone .but i will never forget him
 

Paul Michael posted on 4/22/21
I had the privilege of calling David my friend for more than 50 years. David has always been a fantastic friend and someone who cared deeply about people. He was also a very strong Christian. I take comfort in knowing David is now with his Savior in heaven and reunited with all the loved ones who have preceded him in ascending to heaven. I will miss my dear and much loved friend so very much. I want to extend my deepest sympathies to his wife Nancy, his son Matt, Matt's wife Leah and their children. Also, my deepest sympathies to Mike and Janice Florian, Tom and Marcia Woodcock, Joyce and Jeff Kayman and their families.
 

Bill Sullivan posted on 4/22/21
We will miss Pat in many ways, but he has left us so many memories, it seems he will always be with us. Prayers and sympathy to the family.
 

 
Stephen F Schiller posted on 4/22/21
In our family prayers today. Steve and sue schiller
 

 
Rosie Riewer posted on 4/21/21
Lyle was a good neighbor and friend to Mom and Dad, Rita and Schuyler Case. Our sympathies to all of the family.
 

Earl and Steph Yarbrough posted on 4/21/21
So sorry to hear of Jim's passing. When we saw the world through much younger eyes Earl and I moved to Watson Street close to my first teaching job at Gates school. We knew no one in the neighborhood when we came, but were quickly delighted to find that our next door neighbors were Jim and Therese Tews and their 6 children. The Tews family were the best neighbors anyone could have. Jim and Therese were always there when we needed help and were a great example of how to be the best of parents. You kids were also awesome neighbors, bright, polite and hysterically funny. Jim and Therese taught us so much about being the best of parents and the best of neighbors. We have always lived by good people. but Jim and Therese and you kids, Celia, Kevin, Lew, Gerry, Franky, and Stevie will always be an irreplaceable part of our lives. Our sympathy on your loss, Earl and Steph Yarbrough
 

 
Jerry and Jolanta Lis posted on 4/21/21
Please accept our deepest sympathy. Our hearts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
 

Mark Parris posted on 4/21/21
I’m saddened by the loss. My sincere condolences to the family.
 

 
Todd and Kelly Urbon posted on 4/21/21
We were blessed to be neighbors with David and Nancy in Naperville. They are both such wonderful people. We grieve deeply with the family who remains, and rejoice for David, who has now received the reward which has been lovingly prepared for him by Jesus.
 

 
Liz Sweeney posted on 4/20/21
My prayers for you and your family!
 

John Vaca posted on 4/20/21
My deepest condolences to Nancy and all of Dave’s family.
 

Renee Clanin posted on 4/20/21
My heart is breaking for you and your family, Nancy. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you!
 

Cheryl Banks posted on 4/20/21
My deepest condolences. Praying for peace, comfort and understanding during this difficult time.
 

Woody Swinton posted on 4/20/21
Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs Pat will be missed.
 

Gianna Burgess posted on 4/20/21
My deepest condolences to the Carrie family and to everyone in Patrick’s life. May Patrick’s loving and caring spirit be with Maria, the kids and the grandchildren at this time and for eternity. I love you Carrie family— Gianna Burgess.
 

Robert C Kuhmann posted on 4/20/21
While I never met David - I've known his wife (or of her) since we were 5 years old - in Yorkville. I left "Y" in 1966 as a 15-year old (with my parents; to Lake Geneva, WI.), but have managed to remain "in-touch" with many child-hood friends. My thoughts are with her and family. Sincere condolences. -RCK Delavan, WI.
 

Karen Jannene posted on 4/20/21
We are very sorry for your loss.
 

Dr. Tom & Sara Johnson posted on 4/20/21
Hillary, Brent, Alya, Sawyer, and family, I am sorry to hear of the loss of your father and grandfather. May you find peace in knowing he passed doing what he loved to do—old fashioned, hard work. May the memories be the ties that bind your family to this wonderful soul, Lyle. May God bless Lyle M. Wundrow and the family and friends grieving today. Godspeed.
 

Giovanni Principe posted on 4/20/21
My condolences to all of you. I knew Dave since 2005 and I can say that I always enjoyed going on sales calls with him, where all of his customers respected him because of his honesty. He will be missed a lot.
 

Mike Hall posted on 4/20/21
My deepest simplicity goes out to Patrick's family at this time,
 

 
Diane QA Suncast posted on 4/19/21
Pat & I had on going jokes about minions. Made both of us laugh. He always loved to share new pictures he put on his phone. My heart,hugs-love & prayers go out to his whole family.
 

Karen Richie McNeal posted on 4/19/21
My sincere condolences to the entire Mulder family. May GOD lighten this difficult time in your lives. My prayers and thoughts are with you. GOD bless you.
 

GAIL NEITZER-DUY posted on 4/18/21
So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
 

 
Randy Brokaw posted on 4/18/21
We fought more than a few fires together out of old 5co. He was a great mentor to me. Thanks Jim.
 

Pete and Cindy Sellen posted on 4/16/21
Dear Family, We are sending you our sincere condolences and prayers to all of you during your time of sorrow.
 

MaryAnne Crawford posted on 4/16/21
Dear Mike, Joyce,Children, Grandchildren, Our deepest sympathies to all of you on behalf of Peg McHugh and all the McHugh cousins here in Minnesota. Our father Tom McHugh was cousin to Louise’s father in New Jersey, dad always says they were they were like brothers. We had 2 wonderful visits with Louise, Mike and Joyce here in Minnesota. Louise was such a delightful, joyous personality. She made everyone at ease and was so fun and easy to talk with. You are all in our prayers.
 

Cathy & Cydney Wessel posted on 4/15/21
Ardith and Melissa and Families: We are so sorry to learn of your Mom's passing. We have been following all the family photos and gatherings posted on Facebook. She looked wonderful and so happy to be with what has become a very large beautiful" Nash" extended family of children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. I loved the special relationship she and Gerry and how he fit in with the family I'm sure he is crushed. Please give him our condolences. We have so many fond and "funny" memories of the pool parties ( at least what I can remember), and farm parties with your parents, Jack and I and the "Hinkley Bunch"....now we are a bunch of "old" people with not so sharp minds and but fond memories...we think. Losing a parent is never easy no matter what age we are but you were lucky to have her for such a long time.as were the grandchildren and great grandchildren......We love you and still want together once this virus is behind us (and Dunham wants to meet you), toast your parents and all the good times....it is so important to keep making those good times and continuing the family traditions ....Love Cathy and Cydney
 

MaryAnne Crawford posted on 4/15/21
To Mike, children, grandkids and Sister Joyce from Louise’s cousins and our Mom Peg McHugh in Minnesota, please accept our deepest sympathies. Louise’s father and our dad,Tom McHugh were cousins and grew up together in New Jersey. We had the pleasure of 2 visits from Louise, Mike and Joyce. Louise was such a joyous, witty, fun personality. She was so easy to talk with and everyone here will remember her fondly. You are all in our prayers at this difficult time. MaryAnne Crawford and all the McHughs.
 

Cindy Felix posted on 4/15/21
Grovetta was one of the dearest friends I ever had! So precious to me! I cherished our friendship and our fun times when we went to the bank prime time luncheons together! We had many nice, long phone visits as well after she moved farther away! I sure will miss her but I know beyond any doubt that she is resting with our Savior and I know I will visit with her again some glorious day! My deepest sympathy to her family, you sure were blessed with the Best! Sincerely Cindy Felix
 

Steve & Kaytie Suddeth posted on 4/15/21
Our condolences to the entire Nash family. Nash furniture was a big part of our lives in the seventies and eighties and we feel fortunate to have known and worked with them.
 

Sue Lee posted on 4/15/21
She was a very special lady. I taught with her through the years. We would enjoy Sunday morning breakfasts at the Big Rock Cafe. My thoughts and prayers are with her entire family.
 

Chris White posted on 4/15/21
My families’ hearts, thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Karl. No words can relieve the pain and sorrow from losing someone so close and loved. Your wonderful tribute proved the amount of love Karl both gave and received. Deepest Condolences to Karl’s immediate and extended family and friends.
 

Valerie Moser posted on 4/15/21
Justin, Chris and Kelly I'm so very sorry for the loss of your dad, I'm still in shock. I know he loved you all and all the grandkids very much. Talked about everyone all the time. He was a good person and he will be missed.
 

Matthew Husler posted on 4/14/21
I was just told that our shipmate and friend Karl passed away. My condolences to his wife, son, brother and family. He was at sta Sheboygan when I was at Sector Milwaukee. He was a goofball, and hard working dedicated Coast Guardsmen. I am truly saddened to hear that he passed away. SEMPER PARATUS SHIPMATE, REST EASY. WE HAVE THE WATCH! Respectfully MK1 Matthew P Husler, USCG Retired.
 

Judith K Benson posted on 4/14/21
Joyce Ann will definitely be missed. She was truly a very refined lady, both in actions and style. Yes, and shoes were a big thing with her. Working with her at HES was great. It's kind of funny, as on Sunday I was thinking about her. My prayers go out to both her daughters and the rest of her family on their loss.
 

Jeff Strouss posted on 4/14/21
Joyce-Ann you will be missed by all your friends at HBRMS. You were a great asset to our staff once we combined into one middle school. Thank you for all you did for our students over the years. You were one classy lady and I was lucky to know and work with you. As your obituary said you had many Joyce-ism I will remember and was always a straight shooter. A life well lived and you will be missed.
 

Gina Vinas posted on 4/14/21
Im so sorry to hear about your loss Diane, condolences and prayer are with you and your family, God Bless.
 

Darlene Darnall ( Jones ) posted on 4/13/21
So Sorry for your lost, I only met your Mom a couple of times when I was younger. I thought she was pretty cool.
 

Robert Reynolds posted on 4/13/21
Condolences to all the family. I am Gertie and Lee's youngest son.
 

Donna and Rich Velinski posted on 4/13/21
So very happy that I became friends with Louise's daughter Diane many years ago. Through our friendship I got to know her parents very well also. 9 years ago Louise helped my husband and I find a condo in Williams Bay Wi. We had never heard of it. Just like Louise and Mike fell in love with this area we have too. We are now building a home here and living here permanently. We will forever be grateful to Louise. But more importantly we are so very happy we got to spend time with her and Mike and enjoy many Sheyker Chardonnays. God bless you Louise. Love to Mike, Diane, Carolynn, Mike and the rest of the wonderful family.
 

Sandy Rossi posted on 4/12/21
Many years ago, Louise helped my husband, Greg, and me find our home in Fontana. She was a joy to work with and a very efficient realtor. Since then I have often enjoyed Chic’s night at the Club on Thursday evenings with Louise. She was always happy and a joy to be with! She will be sadly missed by so many! I am grateful that I knew her. Our condolences to Mike and their family.
 

Andy and Joe Corso posted on 4/12/21
There are too many precious memories to post here. If it wasn't for Louise, we wouldn't have bought in Abbey Springs and made so many friends. From the first time we met Louise we hit it off. We truly enjoyed her dry sense of humor! We will miss her at the lake, bridge, golf, and church. She was a very special friend.
 

Nancy posted on 4/12/21
Our deepest condolences David will truly be missed Dr.Myong and staff Rush Copley
 

Cindy Deutsch Sellen and Sandi Deutsch Schmidt posted on 4/12/21
We are sending our sincere condolence and prayers for your family. We have fond memories or growing up with all of you.
 

Judy Swanson posted on 4/12/21
I am so sadden by the loss of Uncle Dave. He had a pleasant disposition. I will always remember his marvelous smile and how easy it was to have a conversion with him. He and entire family are in my thoughts and prayers during the coming days and weeks.
 

 
Betsy Konkolewski posted on 4/10/21
I am so sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. He was my first ever softball coach! ❤️ My you all find peace during this very difficult time.
 

Christina Ruffino posted on 4/9/21
Michelle, I’m so sorry, you are so strong❤️ May your dad Rest In Peace.
 

 
Joe and Carrie Calgaro posted on 4/9/21
We love you so much Dad, you were an amazing father and will forever be our Papa. We miss you already.
 

John & Kay Maier posted on 4/8/21
We are saddened to learn of the loss of this wonderful patriarch of your family! I always enjoyed talking with your Dad – what a wonderful person, so kind and so caring! He was a man of deep faith who genuinely cared for others. His goodness and kindness here on earth will only be multiplied many times over in heaven! May he rest in peace… Our prayers are with all of you whom he has left behind... May the void in all of your hearts be filled with wonderful memories forever!
 

 
Al Shemonia posted on 4/8/21
Well, you're about nine days into exploring heaven and meeting all those that've gone before you. Have you tracked down your Mom, Dad, Danny, Ron, Joan, Joyce... Heck, you've got a whole family reunion to plan! It must be quite an experience walking those streets of gold - which reminds me... Remember complaining about the potholes in W. Beach Hwy in Gulf Shores? The city just re-paved the entire Beach Highway. But even though they take nearly half of every resident's paycheck, they still only used blacktop, not gold. Can you believe that? The nerve of these people. They also planted new palm trees down the center islands of Beach Highway and Gulf Shores Parkway (oh wait... you already knew this - you can just look down). On a side note - If you bump into a dude named Ricky Shemonia (probably a really cool-looking dude in his late 60's, likely wearing a black leather jacket), give him a high five and tell him his oldest kid says hello. He made his trip to heaven nearly 40 years ago, but I heard that in "heaven time" 40 years is like a few hours down here so even though I was only six, I'm sure he still remembers me as the most handsome (of his genius-level) offspring. I'll see ya soon, dad.
 

Brad Florence posted on 4/7/21
My sincere condolences to the family of Uncle Ed. May the many great memories of Ed be of comfort to friends and family. Although this is sudden, knowing of Ed's beliefs and faith, he is exactly where he strived to be.
 

Irene Brayton posted on 4/7/21
Ginny, my heart breaks for you and your family and my Prayers go out to you and Jeremy's whole family, that God will hold you close and give you His comfort! May you be able to somehow Rest in His arms and gain xtra strength from Him to get through this time! I Praise Him for the large Wonderful community you have around you! Love and Prayers, Irene
 

 
Robert Arnoldink posted on 4/7/21
Dave to you and your family may Gods peace be with you in the coming days.
 

 
Pamela Bright posted on 4/6/21
Dear Mulder family... We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. With our deepest sympathy, Pamela Bright Gordon Raw Jim Awalt And the staff at Service 1 Plumbing, Heating & AC, Inc
 

Vickie Connor posted on 4/6/21
So, so sorry for your loss he was a great man
 

Derek Zeman posted on 4/6/21
I am so saddened to hear that Amy passed away. She was an amazing woman with a wealth of knowledge. Every year at this time we engaged with Amy to help us with our taxes. I thought it was odd that we never heard from her this year so I called H&R Block to see how Amy was doing. We have been working with Amy for the last 15+ years. Although we only encountered each other a few days a year, she left a very lasting impression on me. She will be deeply missed. My condolences go out to her family. Rest in peace Amy :(
 

Elaine Mullins posted on 4/6/21
So so sorry to hear about Macel passing. Just know that all of you are in my thoughts an prayers. Wish I could be there but just know you all are in my Prayers May he rest in peace. Love youll
 

Susan and Julia Hickey posted on 4/6/21
Dear Ginny and family, My heart goes out to all of you with the sudden loss of a husband, father of three,family member and friend to many. I am holding all of you in my thoughts and prayers. Please do not reach out to me and Julia. We are there for you. With much love from, Susan and Julia Hickey
 

Candy Ellis posted on 4/6/21
So very sorry from the heart to all who loved Jeremy...... We will see him again in glory!!
 

Tracy Gaffney posted on 4/6/21
I am so sorry for you loss. My deepest sympathy. Words fail to express my deep sorrow and my heart goes out to you and the Mulder family.
 

Tracy Gaffney posted on 4/6/21
I am so sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathy to Ginny and the whole Mulder family. Words fail to express my deep sorrow and my heart goes out to all of you.
 

 
Melissa DeMarse posted on 4/6/21
Jeremy and his family have been heavy on my heart since hearing the news of his passing. I met Jeremy through my good friend, Julia. Jeremy was always welcoming to people, funny, and selfless. I remember his house being a place where friends always felt welcome and relaxed. Thinking and praying for Ginny, their children, and the family. I'm so sorry for your loss. Please know that ongoing prayers will be extended for all of you... You will be missed, Jer. Thanks for being a good friend.
 

Deborah Day posted on 4/6/21
My deepest condolences to you Dave and Jean for your loss. Prayers and hugs to you and the whole family. I’m so sorry
 

Mary Coleman posted on 4/5/21
I'm so sorry to hear about Ed. He will be greatly missed at prayer meeting. He was wonderful to my son Stephen who is afflicted with mental disorders. My son misses him.
 

Robyn Farm and Tom Frieske posted on 4/5/21
Our deepest condolences to Ginny, Brooklyn, Jeremy, Bode and the rest of Mulder family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. May Jeremy rest in peace.
 

Jo Hillberg posted on 4/5/21
We loved our Suffer Dude. Loved exchanging information on politics with him. He will be missed As a great Son, Father, Husband, and Friend. Gone to soon Jeremy. God must have really needed your services. Your going to make One Terrific Angel. Love and Sympathy to all your Loved Ones.
 

Selena posted on 4/5/21
My condolences to his wife and children as well as the rest of Mulder family. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I'll always have great memory's he was one of many mentor in the collision industry. My first general manager in the industry. He lives on in our thoughts and hearts. May he rest in peace.
 

Pauline Moris posted on 4/5/21
In so sorry to hear about Ed. I loved talking to him at the dances.
 

Hillberg posted on 4/5/21
God just got the Best Surfer Dude ever. We sure loved that young man. Our hearts are with you and the family right now. Love Always in Jesus. Jo and Greg Hillberg
 

April O'Brien posted on 4/5/21
So sorry to hear of Tom's passing. He was truly a wonderful soul. Always ready to help, always full of life, jokes, and good times. When Tom walked in the place lightened up, always. He & I would talk at the counter for an hour sometimes. I sure will miss him. Gone way too soon.
 

Mike Schenk posted on 4/5/21
My condolences to the Mulder family. My thoughts and prayers are with you
 

Mary Schenk posted on 4/5/21
We are so sorry for your loss. Jeremy will be missed by many. The Mulder family is in our thoughts and prayers. Michael and Mary Schenk and Family
 

Gordon Walker posted on 4/5/21
My prayers go out to all of the family especially to Janice and Ed Jr who I got to know well while working for Ed. I am sorry for not being able to talk with Ed since leaving the area and retiring from Cat. Ed was such an honorable, dependable man. If you knew him for a period of time, you grew to admire him. Ed, Ed Jr, Bob Hattan and crew built a home for me in Yorkville and coached me through it. A fine job done and he never made a mistake (at least that I know of). Later on, I worked P/T with Ed building and remodeling homes. I learned a lot from Ed. Ed was a mentor that I looked up to both in what he could do and his faith. God Bless You Ed. -- Gordie Walker, Melbourne, FL
 

Gail Renick posted on 4/5/21
Ed was a special man I remember being at their home and vacations. I know he'll be missed by many family members and friends. My thoughts and prayers for all of the family
 

Mary Catherine posted on 4/4/21
Sherry, I am so sorry for you and your family. Reading your father's obituary, I could tell just how remarkable a man he was and how much he was loved by all of you. My deepest condolences. -- Mary Catherine
 

Norb & Sharon Szudarski posted on 4/4/21
Ed & Norb went far & wide as a prayer team
 

Norb & Sharon Szudarski posted on 4/4/21
Ed was/is my husband Norb’s best friend - he will be missed but still with us in the spiritual sence
 

Dan & Betsy posted on 4/4/21
Our sadness is muted by the happiness you bestowed on your family and those around you. Your life was a blessing to us all. Your family is strong! Rest In Peace, Jeremy.
 

Dan & Betsy posted on 4/4/21
Our sadness is muted by the happiness you bestowed on your family and those around you. Your time was a blessing to us all. Rest In Peace, Jeremy!
 

Dennis & Diane Hayes posted on 4/4/21
Janice & family ---- Our heart goes out to you after this sudden loss of Ed. You're in our thoughts and prayers.
 

Ann Kroening posted on 4/3/21
I am truly heartbroken, this was the baby who I carried around and fed and played with along with Peggy,Timmy,and Denny. This was like a second home. Living in Willowbrook was a favorite childhood memory. I loved babysitting for the Keller kids. To Joanie and the Keller kids I’m so very sorry and your in my prayers. I wish I couldn’t known Tommy as a adult. I love you all.
 

 
Kristy Boer posted on 4/3/21
Thank you for some great memories and life lessons, Cuz. You were a very kind, loving and selfless man. I am so grateful we reconnected. My heart and prayers go out to Ginny, your children and all of the Mulder’s.. Lay in the arms of Jesus with grandpa & grandma. You will be missed by so many! Until we meet again, I love you! ❤️
 

Bill Santo posted on 4/2/21
Our hearts and spirit are deeply saddened by Jeremys passing into Eternal Life. We can only imagine what he is doing and how happy he is for all eternity? Our daily thoughts and prayers are with the Mulder family at this most difficult time. Blessings, peace and love!! Bill and Marge Santo
 

 
Dale & Annette Nix posted on 4/2/21
Jeremy was a wonderful, giving person. You could see the love he had for my niece Ginny and their children. Jeremy seemed to always be there to help with my oxygen tanks or just making sure I got to my car okay. Very thought, little things you don't forget. We are so sadden by the loss of Jeremy, although we knew him for a short time. But I knew the minute I met him with Ginny they would be married, you could just see it. Jeremy is such a great loss to many, but mostly to Ginny and the children. We Love them all and will miss Jeremy very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with Ginny, their children and The Mudler family.God Bless you all.
 

 
Aleksandra posted on 4/2/21
My deepest condolences and May he Rest In Peace.
 

Patrick Klima posted on 4/2/21
Ginny so sorry for your loss Jeramy was a great guy. He will be missed.
 

Judy Dedic posted on 4/2/21
Dear Ginny and children, May God hold you close and bring comfort. You will still see Jeremy every day in your beautiful children . Love Bill and Judy Dedic
 

Julia Low-Bartelt posted on 4/1/21
Mrs. Tyne was one of my favorite teachers at Waterman Elementary. Beautiful person inside and out! My deepest sympathies to the family.
 

Dave Neuendorf posted on 4/1/21
I was with Jeremy the exact moment when my wife was having our first son. Jeremy was very kind and had an inviting personality. You could tell how proud he was of his beautiful family. Its easy to tell he will be missed by many. Rest in peace Jeremy.
 

Toni Potts posted on 4/1/21
My heart breaks with yours. I hope you feel the peace of God during this horrible time and in the days to come. I love you all. Toni
 

 
Jason S posted on 4/1/21
You will be missed! You stood tall and proud of your faith, family and friends. I was fortunate to call you a friend and thankful for the times we spent together. Until we meet again Jeremy!
 

Phillip Williams posted on 3/31/21
My deepest condolences to the family of Lemon Calvin.
 

 
Brandon Carney posted on 3/30/21
Lemon Was A Nice Man! I work with him at Jacobson Transportation. He would be getting off and I’ll be going in, we shared a few words and laughter . I would like to give my last good Goodbyes! Untill next time My Brother ! Thanks for the coupons :) God Blessed!
 

Juana Mooring posted on 3/30/21
My thoughts and prayers are with you. You have my deepest sympathy.
 

 
Smaldone family posted on 3/30/21
Never a doubt as to what he was telling you, be it fact or opinion. He came to our house everyday when my husband was dying from cancer offering strength and guidance throughout that horrible, tragic time. He and Asanee were always willing to reach out and help in everyway they could. Friends from start to finish. Don't make them like that anymore. Never superficial, never phony. Will never forget the story of him eating the exotic birds he brought back to be stuffed. Poor maid got an earful that day!!!!
 

 
Smaldone family posted on 3/30/21
So many wonderful memories to share from the time we both took our babies for swimming lessons, Kathryn's entrance into society, confirmations, graduations and eventual deaths of our mutual loved ones. Always had a wonderful time with Asanee and George, whether it was dinner in OakBrook or a casino in Laughlin. She was the best friend I could have ever hoped for, always willing to give advice, encouragement or sympathy. Always left you feeling better with her "love you lots" sign-off. She and Bear are paving the way for our future reunion. May their souls rest in peace.
 

Mary Cavender Bogert posted on 3/30/21
Marge, I was so saddened to hear of Jim’s passing. As I am writing this, I realize you are at his funeral. My deepest sympathy to you and your whole family. Sincerely, Mary Cavender-Bogert
 

Mary Cavender Bogert posted on 3/30/21
Dear Marge and Joanne , So sad to hear of Jim’s passing. My deepest sympathy to your whole family. He is whole and healthy again. Sincerely, Mary Cavender-Bogert
 

Kidus Kebede posted on 3/27/21
Mark was a perfect example of a gentlemen and a man I aspired to be. Through showing patience, kindness, compassion and love he proved the man he was without words like most try to compensate with. A great father and husband he will be missed by many, his spirit lives on through all the lives he touched and will always be remembered with fond memories and love. I love you Mark, rest in paradise
 

Judy Walters posted on 3/27/21
Memories of your time in The Ouaquaga area. We attended The Ouaquaga Methodist Church. Sincere sympathy to all during this time.
 

Judy Walters posted on 3/27/21
I am so sorry for the sudden passing of your loved one. My family knew you from The Ouaquaga Church. We live on Dutchtown Road. Judy Walters, Christine Walters McNally + Tim Walters in West Windsor. May God be with you and give you strength at this time.
 

Val Nagel posted on 3/26/21
So sorry to hear about Bobby, he was a friend of mine for many years. Thinking of you all.
 

Karen Forrer - DeVries posted on 3/26/21
So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you.
 

Kenny and Debbie Weberman posted on 3/26/21
Prayers to his family. He fought a hard battle.
 

Jesus Alaniz posted on 3/26/21
Bob, I just wanted to say thank you for all of those years of kindness that you extend to my sons. Thank you for taking care of the mother of my children and thank you for welcoming me into your home. Thank you for being a wonderful step grandfather to my grandchildren and thank you for all of the wonderful meals you prepared for us on the holidays with your own hands. Thank you for being kind to your in-laws and thank you for your confession in God. Thank you for your time on earth, thank you for your friendship and thank you for being genuine. While I may not see you for awhile, I will have the memories of you and how you demonstrated before the world what true man really is. Jesse Alaniz
 

Mary and mark nixon posted on 3/26/21
So very sorry for your loss, we are praying for strength and healing. God bless you and RIP Bob.
 

Gonzo posted on 3/25/21
One of the most loving, caring men I've ever had the privilege of calling a friend. The hole you left behind will be filled with love for our neighbors and friends as a tribute to your lifelong commitment to lending a hand when anyone needed to know someone was there.
 

Lisa Mendolia Micalizzi posted on 3/25/21
Jessica and Chris, I was so shocked to hear of Bob’s passing. As his younger cousin, I really didn’t get to know him well, but I knew he was a very ambitious, nature loving, God fearing man. I will miss reading about all of his adventures and seeing his handsome smile. I’m so very sorry for your loss. Lisa Mendolia Micalizzi
 

Julianna Morsch posted on 3/25/21
Dearest Marge, Joanne and Family, A son, a brother, a uncle, a friend has died. Jim will be missed by all. His was a life lived. Surrounded by his loved ones and our Heavenly Father when he drew his last breath, I believe was a blessing. I am praying for you today and the days and weeks ahead. I am praying for peace, comfort and wonderful memories for you all. Know that many are praying this with me. Know that Jim will be remembered. Wishing you a day of virtual hugs and love coming your way. Julianna Morsch ☕️
 

 
Lynn Sims posted on 3/20/21
We made many lasting memories together that I will always cherish. Till we meet again.
 

 
Lynn Sims posted on 3/20/21
My memories are many. You will always be in my heart. Till we meet again sweet friend.
 

Connie Rizo posted on 3/19/21
Paul Kyrilis and family: My deepest condolences in the passing of Steven. I knew him as he worked at Travelers and both my son and Steven attended and graduated from Aurora University the same years. Keep ever before you the hope of the resurrection.
 

Rick Sikora posted on 3/19/21
To the family of Bela, Bela was loved at home and at work. Please know that Bela’s Grayhill family shares in the loss of such a good man. We miss him. May the great memories with Bela comfort you and guide you thru the grieving process. My Condolences, Rick Sikora
 

Maureen Christopher posted on 3/19/21
Toby was a precious, unique person who helped us when we lived in Williams Bay, WI. She was a dear teacher, like my late husband, and welcomed us to Williams Bay and gave us great dignity and honor. She was quiet but loved talking with my late Husband who taught and Coached football at the local high school. They seemed to be bonded together and she was just the salt of the Earth and a Rock. You could just imagine all the lives of the students she taught as she gave them the same dignity and honor. She will be missed from the Williams Bay community and from this Earth. God bless all that she has done!
 

 
Bernie Bock posted on 3/17/21
You gave me the love I never thought I would ever feel. I loved you with all my ❤️!! Bernie.
 

Anthony Allen posted on 3/17/21
To the family of my Beloved friend Bela, my prayers are with you. He was apart of our Grayhill family and we will all miss him dearly. I want to assure you even in the mist of this very trying time, that earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal! God will take care of you and provide you with strength and peace.
 

Gabriella Csicsai posted on 3/17/21
For the loving family: We will be with you and remembering Bela with love. Please, accept our deepest Sympathy. The Csicsai Family
 

 
Gabriella Csicsai posted on 3/17/21
We will always remember the kindness of Bela and his never-ending love for his family. Remembering him with love and appreciation for the times he had with us. The Csicsai Family
 

Carol & Frank McKeever posted on 3/16/21
We are so sorry for your family's loss. Bonnie was a wonderful person and will be missed. I have fond memories of our time in the local American Business Women's Association. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of her family.
 

Nancy posted on 3/15/21
Our Deepest condolences Jerry will truly be missed Dr.Meschi Dr.Bhatia and staff Rush Copley.
 

Larry Mull posted on 3/12/21
Bob and Family .... I just received word from Tanton’s regarding Sue . Sending my deepest condolences and prayers to you Bob and the entire family for your loss . I so enjoyed the times that we shared for some dinner and dancing and as associates ... the both of you shared some priceless time together ! God bless you all and know that she is free of her worldly issues . .Rest in heavenly peace Sue ....
 

Patty and Larry Sharp posted on 3/11/21
She was a beautiful lady! Kind to everyone. Met her at Camp’Aire . Prayers for family and friends.
 

Christine Carolynn Breiten posted on 3/9/21
I am so sorry for your loss. I pray his memory will live on forever in your hearts. My deepest condolences. ~Christine Breiten. (I work with Matthew)
 

Thomas O'Con posted on 3/7/21
It has been over a year and I am so sorry that I am just getting to write this. Life is sometimes shorter than we expect and its like we never have enough time to do all the things we want to. I know that your wife and loved ones are so greatful and one day they will all join you in a better, happy, peaceful Heaven.
 

 
Thomas O'Con posted on 3/7/21
Tio, I pray that God has His arms around you and that your light is shining bright in Heaven. One day we will all be together. All the OCon familia as one big group to get to know each other.
 

 
Elaine Holland posted on 3/7/21
I don’t remember the year when Ruth and her husband came to Canada to visit Craig , Jan and the grandkids my sons an I went over their place and met Ruth for the first time right away I felt comfortable with her and that’s saying a lot because back then I was very much a hurting young woman and she sensed it not knowing what was going on she came over and hugged me an said “ I will add you to my prayers “ ❤️She was one of very people I felt safe with and I believe with all my heart she prayed much for my young family and I and it’s her prayers that helped with healing over the years . Janet I am so sorry for your huge loss am happy we get to see our Moms someday can you see it Jan ? Our Mom’s meeting in Heaven I can only imagine . Hi Craig In Christ Elaine Holland Houston BC Canada
 

Laura Nevarez posted on 3/6/21
Our most deepest condolence to Sheneeka and her entire family! Floyd was not only the best neighbor anyone can ask for, he was family! Floyd was willing to help whenever, wherever, whoever! You will be missed my dear friend ❤️ I know you I’m heaven smoking up all kind of meats Rest in paradise!
 

 
Antonio smith posted on 3/6/21
I will always look at you as my brother. You will be truly be missed by me and my family my kids loved you .. I’m here for your family because Ik you’d be there for me . Until I see you again I love you big bro. I just wish I had more time with you
 

 
Veronica Cargile posted on 3/6/21
We Love You Bookie! Gone but never forgotten!❤
 

 
Marilyn posted on 3/5/21
I love you so much, I thank God for allowing you to be apart of our family, you made me happy to have been your auntie, you was a great man, your time was short, but your love for family was long, and we will never forget you...RIP..♥️
 

 
shenina patterson posted on 3/5/21
The life of any family gathering. Kind, respectful, caring. Just a fun loving person U will be truly missed. I will remember tht inviting smile, n just hearing u say nina Ross. God truly gained an angel. Rest well nephew. Loved by many
 

 
Charron Benjamin posted on 3/5/21
My best friend of 25 years, you will truly be missed!
 

 
Veronica Cargile posted on 3/5/21
Love You Bookie!
 

Veronica Cargile posted on 3/5/21
Hey nephew! You maybe gone by sight but you are going to be forever in my heart! Im going to truly miss you!❤Tell daddy I said hi up there! We Love you!!!
 

 
Jimmy Cargile Jr. posted on 3/5/21
R.I.P NEPHEW man im going to miss you and so are your little cousins.
 

Rithea Neal posted on 3/5/21
I'm broken by the loss of my nephew. He never came to Arkansas without seeing me. He had an infectious laugh and smile that would light up the room. Sheneeka may God give you and the kids the strength to get through this. DeAngelo will be greatly missed
 

Harriet Pihera posted on 3/5/21
I certainly have a lot of fond memories of Grovetta. She was a wonderful and the kindest person I ever knew and a great friend to me and many others. May she rest in peace.
 

Gary Baughn posted on 3/3/21
I am very sorry to read of Toby’s passing. It does not seem possible. Toby was the hardest working person I ever met, and every moment a lady to be admired. Rest In Peace.
 

Debi Clark Friar posted on 3/1/21
I remember all the times at Grandma Lucas's Cathy
 

Debi Clark Friar posted on 3/1/21
So sorry for the family!! Hugs and prayers to you all!! I love you Cathy!!
 

Jill Lorenzi posted on 3/1/21
Sheila, My father just passed away as well. He passed away a week ago Wednesday. Please know that I am so sorry for your loss. God bless, Jill
 

Gloria & Ralph Wallace posted on 3/1/21
So sorry for your lost Mary. May the happy memories you have of your brother be of some comfort to you at this time.
 

Daniel Mitchell posted on 3/1/21
Hi, my name is Daniel Mitchell and Dr Fischer operated on me when I was in 4th grade (1963 or 1964) at Wesley Memorial to partially correct a birth injury on my arm. Until that surgery I had almost no ROM on it... I remember him as a bigger than life. I remember him shaking my hand before the surgery and noticing the size of his hands...It’s funny that today I was thinking about that day and decided to look him up...He was a kind man. My condolences Dan Mitchell
 

Gloria & Ralph Wallace posted on 3/1/21
So sorry for your lost Mary. May the happy memories you have of your brother will be of some comfort to you at this time.
 

Mom posted on 3/1/21
Praying you find comfort and peace in God's loving arms.
 

Kay M Hulburt posted on 2/28/21
Jeff & Chuck - I'm so very sorry to hear of Dony's passing. My thoughts & prayers are with you.
 

 
Mary Brandt posted on 2/28/21
You were like my baby sister. You will never be forgotten. May your sweet soul rest peacefully. Prayers for the family left behind
 

 
Sandra Hill posted on 2/27/21
With love and prayers for Christ comfort and peace.
 

Cindy Felix posted on 2/27/21
Ann, Linda, Janet, Steve, Glenn, Gail and families, You were blessed with the best and so were your folks friends! What Godly examples they were to each of us and what a wonderful heritage they leave in their wonderful family and extended family! We were privileged to be their friends and siblings in Christ! Please know we are keeping each of you close now in thought and prayer! We are so sorry to be missing her service! My mama loved Ruth as we did! Love and prayers Earl and Cindy Felix
 

 
Penny posted on 2/27/21
Gail and Doug and Mary I just what day how sorry for all of you.
 

Donna Wohlfert posted on 2/27/21
Your Mom and Dad left a wonderful heritage to you and were special to many missionaries, especially as they prayed and helped us in many ways. Our joy will be forever in Glory!
 

Kathy White posted on 2/26/21
We are so sorry for your loss Ann, Gary, and family. You have my deepest sympathy.
 

Pat & Nancy ❤️ posted on 2/26/21
Stunned and devastated to find this world has lost a loyal, kind, caring and funny man. Greg always had a smile on his face and a smart, funny remark to make. He was larger than life. Loved, and lived life to the fullest. Gargantuan CUB’S fan. All things CUB’S! He believed in every soul. Greg loved and was loved by many. Pat and I have lost a little piece of our hearts and one of our dearest friends, Greg. Sure he started right at the gate making new friends and making them laugh. Heaven will be loving the CUBBIES soon! Julie and family, we share your sorrow. We will however, celebrate Greg’s life too. Wishing you many blessings. Love you all...
 

Carolyn A. Warfield posted on 2/26/21
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Toby Spots at Golden Years in Walworth. I got to meet and know her while I was there for physical therapy a few years ago. May God bless her in heaven and give her family peace on the occasion of her passing.
 

Charlotte Bechtel posted on 2/26/21
I have so many very special memories of Ruth and Dick. They ministered to me and to the Key Radio ministry with work projects, fellowship and even a hunting trip. I appreciate their love for the Lord and service to His glory. I miss my special friend. May God comfort all the family and fill your hearts with His peace.
 

Dale Castleman posted on 2/24/21
Jim will be missed dearly by all of us who worked with him, at B & J Tree and Landscape. I have worked with him on numerous projects, and Jim was always so easygoing and thorough. He truly cared about his clients and their wishes. Jim wasn't just a work colleague, but a good friend... always tried to lift up the spirits of others.
 

Virginia Martin posted on 2/23/21
To a wonderful man, loved by many. Thank you for your service to this country, and to your service in life for your family and friends. Dad, Steven Martin, always spoke of you with such reverence. I know you are at peace with your parents, sisters, and your light-of-life wife, Aunt Marlene. Rest in peace. Many blessings and love to all of those mourning your physical presence.
 

Meghan Norton posted on 2/22/21
You will always be in our hearts and memories, Jim. We will miss you so much! And we will be lost without your knowledge and expertise. Our family is so grateful to have been able to work with you over the past five years. You and Teresa are an amazing duo! Summers at the lake just won't be the same without you. Love and condolences from the Norton family
 

 
Karen Higgins posted on 2/22/21
Rest in peace, sweet brother. You are missed.
 

Ruben morales posted on 2/22/21
I send my condolences to the family and friends of Pat. I had the pleasure of working with him over the years at L&W SUPPLY great worker great guy. He will b missed. Ruben Morles. L&W. Chicago
 

Jane Nawrocki posted on 2/20/21
I met Loretta at a family gathering when I was 18 or 19 years old. Although she was 25 years my senior, she had all the energy of a teenager! I loved her from the start! Her contagious laughter, her joyful spirit, her kindness, and her generosity made her unforgettable. She loved to experiment with new recipes, which were always a hit on the holidays. Over the years, she shared some of her favorite recipes with me, like her sauerkraut balls, and I always get compliments whenever I serve those favorites of hers. I have a few of her handmade ornaments that I still hang on my tree every year. When my daughters were born, she knit beautiful blankets and sweater sets for them, which were used again when those babies of mine had baby girls of their own. We have a picture of Loretta in my wedding album. It’s just her backside, but it tells it all! She’s wearing a large flower print dress, very fashionable in 1974, and was captured dancing with her hands up in the air, without a care in the world, like no one was watching. Well, Loretta, obviously, the photographer was. How could you miss her? She stood out in the crowd! Bob and I so looked forward to the times when she and her beloved Edward, along with Jeanette and Leonard, came to our home for a visit. We would sit together for hours in our living room and were always so inspired and entertained by their stories and comments. At times, we laughed until we cried. What great memories we have of those visits! There’s just something really special about brothers marrying sisters, I guess. Loretta was the last one to complete the family circle and soars with the angels now. I know there was great joy in heaven upon her arrival. Her earth days are done, but how fortunate were we to have her with us for 94 blessed years. Loved, remembered, and held so dear in our hearts and minds, you were one special lady, Auntie Loretta. Missing you today and always, Bob and Jane Nawrocki
 

Lori beveridge posted on 2/20/21
We were so sorry to hear of Jim’s passing. He was a force and knew how to pickle like nobody’s business. He managed our house and the various raccoons that attempted to move in over the years . His and Teresa’s flower plantings were gorgeous . Out thoughts are with Teresa and the family during this tough moment.
 

D. Hanmer posted on 2/20/21
To Lynn's family, my deepest, heartfelt, sympathy. I met Lynn in Jr. High in Mount Vernon, NY; and though yrs. and life drifted us apart, when special Lynn came into anyone's life, she'd always remain in your heart! Hoping your wonderful memories of her will bring you comfort during this difficult time. I am so very sorry for your loss.
 

Vicki Haines posted on 2/19/21
In Loving Memory Of My Dear Cousin Jim, RIP!
 

 
Vicki Haines posted on 2/19/21
In Loving Memory Of My Dear Cousin Jim,RIP!
 

Rick Johnson posted on 2/19/21
My condolences to the Kraber family. I'll always remember Greg as someone who wrung the most out of life and didn't wait around for something to happen, but made it happen! He was always generous and gracious with my folks at Pine Lake and I will always be grateful to him for that. I will raise an Old Style (or two) in Greg's honor and toast him and his memory at Pine Lake. Safe travels Greg and peace to the family. Rick Johnson
 

Steve and Amy Henderson posted on 2/18/21
Our sincere condolences Jackie. Pat was a great friend and a great neighbor. We have many fond memories of him and will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless.
 

Greg Brown posted on 2/18/21
I met Pat through Bob Bols as a golfing partner. We always had a good time and I truly enjoyed his company. He was quick to laugh and always had a smile on his face. He will be missed. I will be lifting his family up in prayer during this difficult time. Rest in peace, Pat.
 

 
Patricia land posted on 2/17/21
Rest in peace
 

Patricia land posted on 2/17/21
Rest I Peace Lynn. With fondest memories. Patti
 

Jack, Heather, Cory, and Tyler Westphall posted on 2/17/21
Dear Julie and Family, We are very sorry for your loss. Greg's smile would always light up any room that he was in. We always knew that Greg would stand up for what was right and he was a true friend too many. Please know that we are here for you and your Family. Our Deepest Sympathies, Jack, Heather, Cory, and Tyler Westphall
 

Ray & Rose Stefanski posted on 2/16/21
Dear Diane & family, Ernie will truly be missed. Ray appreciated all the guidance Ernie gave him when he would come on Saturday mornings. And we both appreciated his help when our son Jake came by his gym.
 

Andy&karen Kraber posted on 2/16/21
Julie and Family - we are sad to hear of the loss of Greg. Though we only met a few times at the Kraber reunions, i knew by our conversations that he was an incredible person. We will be in prayer for you and our family and hope to see you all in the near future.
 

Ralph n Joy chandler posted on 2/15/21
Our Heart goes out to all of you for your loss , we really never knew Greg Kraber ... But we heard of him through his grandchildren. Rachel ,Carter and Kelsey they spoke of there papa often I could hear the love in there voices ..so I knew in my heart he was a great papa .. I am a forever friend to Kari and Adam and there 3 kids I took care of there sweet kids Love and prayers to all of you over the loss of your Dad and Papa.. Julie I am so sorry over the loss of your Soul Mate Love and prayers sent your way
 

Frank & Carol McKeever posted on 2/15/21
We were so sorry to read of Greg's passing. He was a very enjoyable one-in-a-million and we know he will be missed by so many. Our hearts go out to Julie and family.
 

 
Laura Osborne posted on 2/15/21
His constant infectious smile and booming personality will forever remain with us.
 

 
Laura Osborne posted on 2/15/21
Forever in our hearts
 

Victor & Chandra Godinez posted on 2/15/21
We are so sorry for your loss. Our deepest condolence! Your family is on our thoughts and prayers. ❤
 

Jeff McKenzie posted on 2/15/21
Tom, you have passed on way too early my friend. I hope your body rests in eternal peace and your spirit lives on forever. Farewell until next time. Peace. Jeff McKenzie
 

 
Michelle Hood posted on 2/14/21
One year he drove use to the airport to go to a wedding and it was cold. He also pick use up in the snow ⛄️ and I was real happy he did. He always had a smile when I saw he. He will be missed but always in your hearts
 

Kathy & Steve Kraber posted on 2/14/21
We are so sad to hear about Greg. We enjoyed our time visiting with all of you during our family reunions. Our family reunions will never be the same. Wish we could be there but with the weather conditions and Covid we can’t make the funeral, but our thoughts and prayers are with you all. RIP
 

Leroy Richmond posted on 2/14/21
Rest In Peace Babe, you will be missed -Leroy
 

 
Mike Crakes posted on 2/13/21
We will miss you old friend
 

Michele and Tom Andrews posted on 2/13/21
When we first met Tom, his bright smile and inviting personality immediately made us feel like we already knew each other. He was just that kind of guy, welcoming, fun loving and a joy to be around. So the Deep Sadness we feel as we mourn the loss of our friend, will be overshadowed by our many happy memories and stories we will share of the joy and infectious smiles he brought to everyone with his zest for life and love of nature. We will cherish all those times we shared with Tom and the friends that gravitated around him. He will be terribly missed by our family and forever lovingly remembered ❤ We pray for Peace and Love to help heal the hearts of his many, many friends and family. With Love and Remberance from the Andrews family; Tyler, Ryan, Ava & Ziva; Tanner and Aubrey; Tom and Michele Thank you Tom, for the gift of your beautiful friendship "
 

Greg and Courtney Freeman posted on 2/13/21
Greg and I are keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers. May God be with you through your grief and healing. If you need anything at all, please let us
 

 
Gwen Hatfield Burk posted on 2/13/21
Pete, you were and always have always had a wonderful "warrior"spirit. I will always hold my memories of you close to my heart. Fly high my friend.
 

 
Timothy & Colleen Brummerstedt posted on 2/13/21
Greg was a incredible person. He could negotiate any deal, sweet talk anyone , make everyone his friend. The world lost a great man. So sorry to see you go Greg.
 

Vicki Cosma posted on 2/13/21
To Julie and family, You all are in my prayers at this sad time. Greg was instrumental in our kitchen remodel. It couldn't have been done without his expertise and hard work. But my favorite memory of Greg has to be the time he kept kidding me about him taking my on that famous Cubs motorcycle. To the amazement of all, I went for a ride. It was great! He was a special friend to my family. Rest in peace Greg.
 

Bob Carlson posted on 2/13/21
Bob and Nancy Carlson wish to extend our deepest condolences to the entire Kraber family. We enjoyed knowing Greg and working with him to build out Dick and Bobbie's basement. We remember his humor, his great food and his willingness to help where needed. He will be missed.
 

Michael Angell posted on 2/13/21
To one of my best friends growing up, my next door neighbor, and The Original Member of "The Willowbrookians". We went through our childhoods and High School together, and you will be missed. My memories of playing baseball in the vacant lot behind your house so many years, Cub Scouts, shooting hoops in your driveway, playing Volleyball Baseball in your Pool, and everything else we all did together with Timmy and Denny, Mike and Jim Steorts, Rich Freewalt, Hank and Mike Artlip, Bill Britt and Flint Britt, and everyone else in Willowbrook that shared in these memories, have been a true treasure in my life and I think of them often and miss them terribly. Rest in Peace my friend, as you had a significant impact on so many people. My Condolences to Joan, Peggy, Tim and Denny...you are all in my thoughts and prayers...I am so sorry for your loss....
 

Tyler Jones posted on 2/13/21
Still can’t believe this news… Tom was such a great high school friend and I’ll never forget the class of ’83. We lost you way too soon. Great times were had with all our pick up football, baseball in Willowbrook and skating on the creek. Can’t forget so many other memories of all the party times we had as well. You will be greatly missed but never be forgotten. We will meet again, of that I’m sure. Rest in Peace brother.
 

Marlene Smidowicz posted on 2/11/21
Rest in peace, Aunt Esther. I always thought you were the Aunt most like my Mother, Cecelia...joyful, strong and faith-filled. These past 3 years, I've missed our phone conversations, but you were always remembered in my prayers. I know God received you with open arms. Deepest condolences to the Drwal family from the Smidowicz family.
 

Roni Kagley posted on 2/11/21
I was saddened to hear of your loss. While death is never easy, it is especially hard when it is someone who knows you better than anyone and that is so loved. I am so sorry that he was taken too soon and there was no time for you to say goodbye. You will be in my thoughts through the coming days and I pray that you find solace in your memories and your remaining family. My deepest condolences.
 

Dick and pat legat posted on 2/11/21
We are deeply saddened by the loss of tommy my are prayers be with you
 

Tammy posted on 2/10/21
I have to smile at the memories of playing the drums at your house; you coming over for pool parties and bonfires. Watching McGregor light up your life! Fun meeting you down by the creek with Dr Magilacutties... You were taken too soon my friend...
 

Adam Craig posted on 2/10/21
Tom was a great man. I remember when I was 13-14 and just starting CrossFit. He was always there to help if I had questions or didn’t know how to do something. He was one of those people you immediately liked. He was a great man. And will be missed so much by everyone he came into contact with. A truly amazing person. I’m sorry to hear of his passing.
 

Mark Crudo posted on 2/10/21
Dear Tim and Family, We are saddened to have learned about your loss. Our deepest condolences and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Wishing you peace. The Crudo Family
 

carol snead posted on 2/10/21
The Sneads are very sad to hear the passing of Raymond, He was the sweetest most respectful, kindest, lovely person. We loved Raymond& his Wife Royce. I was just speaking of him with a friend, Please accept our condolences, He will be missed. We will lift up the family in our Prayer
 

 
Kevin O'Hara posted on 2/10/21
Tim, I am so sorry for your loss. Your family will be in our prayers.
 

Jennifer Holden posted on 2/10/21
I didn't know Tom personally, but work with his brother Tim. After hearing about Tom and reading about him, I wish I had the privilege of knowing him. I am terribly sorry for this sudden and all to early loss of such a great guy.
 

Lisa Moore Bradham posted on 2/10/21
When I saw your photo I thought of you as a little kid, running around Willowbrook. In my minds eye you'll always that young boy. RIP Tommy and thoughts and prayers to Denny, Tim, Peggy and all your other family.
 

Shane Adams posted on 2/10/21
Tom was one of the first neighbors we met when we moved in. Very welcoming and always doing things to get people to be active and out as a group. You will be greatly missed Tom. I am glad to have gotten to know you. Rest in peace brother.
 

Jim Lyman posted on 2/9/21
I’m sorry to hear of Tom’s Passing. I went to school with him from 6th grade to our Junior yr. I remember sitting in science class in 7th grade, staring out the window singing the Rolling Stones song “ Its only Rock and Roll but I like it” then going into wood shop and Tom daring me to sing Aerosmith’s “Big 10” Record”. Where I did and ended up with 3 detentions since the teacher thought the title meant something else completely! Ahh, good times! He reached out to me on Facebook about five yrs ago. We chatted for about an hour and a half for the first time in probably 30+ yrs. Tom was a good friend, and I know he will be missed terribly. Rest In Peace Tom
 

Lisa & Jim Brudnicki posted on 2/9/21
You always had the biggest smile. I’m so sad to hear this. Rest In Peace Tom
 

Mindy posted on 2/9/21
Rest in peace, Tom.
 

Deborah A Ross posted on 2/8/21
So glad I had the opportunity to meet Ken and enjoy his skills as a handyman. So sorry to learn of his passing, and my condolences to his family.
 

Edward Charles Kurz posted on 2/7/21
Another Marine to guard the gates of Heaven. Rest in peace Pete.
 

Donna Thibault posted on 2/7/21
I am so sorry for your loss. Cecilia was always so kind and loving whenever I seen her. She was someone I always looked forward to seeing. She will be missed.
 

 
Carol Dimopoulos posted on 2/6/21
Dear funny Susan - so many memories of our time as Sigma Kappas at U of I. So glad we reconnected after so many years bia FaceBook.
 

Milli Gresch Cady posted on 2/6/21
I was a Sigma Kappa at the U of I a few years ahead of Susan. I remember what a great sense of humor she had...very droll but always very fun loving and such a great personality, I’m sure you will miss her greatly. I hope your wonderful memories of her sustain you at this time.
 

Bernie Ferro posted on 2/6/21
God Bless the true Ironman of powerlifting and a true good guy
 

Bernie Ferro posted on 2/6/21
God Bless truly the Ironman of powerlifting and a truly a great man
 

 
Ray Rodriguez posted on 2/6/21
So sorry Diane for your loss... Ernie was an inspiration to all who knew him and trained with him. I was one of the privileged to have known Ernie for as long as I did. I was truly sad when I heard of his passing. I will miss those calls when we would talk on phone..I thought those days would never end. He was always a phone call away. He helped me open up talking about my cancer and was one of the first I told I had cancer. Til we meet again Ernie May you Rest In Peace. Much love ❤️
 

Nancy Jo Peters posted on 2/5/21
My sincere sympathy to the entire family on your loss. As a Sigma Kappa Sorority sister of Susan, I remember fondly all the fun we had during our college years living at 713 W Ohio. She stood up in my wedding, and we have kept in contact for over 50 years. Susan will certainly be missed by all her sorority friends. Let the joy of your happy family memories help you during these very sad days. My prayers and love to all -- xoxo-nj
 

Lucas and Emmie posted on 2/3/21
Thomas, Know that we are thinking of you all and praying for peace in this time! With love, Lucas and Emmie Leigh Cass
 

Jane posted on 2/3/21
Ernie/Rita- I'm sorry to hear of your father's passing. i miss you guys and hope you are both well. - Jane, AID
 

michael dimatteo posted on 2/2/21
Wendy & Sean, I am truly sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. Please accept our condolences and may our prayers help comfort you. A good heart has stopped beating, a good soul has ascended into heaven. Love the Dimatteo Family
 

Astrid posted on 2/2/21
We will miss you dear friend. Ceramics, knitting, quilting, chatting, church, families, music, youth group and AAL bowling were wonderful.. We love you. God be with you. Love, Astrid and Rock
 

Cindy Felix posted on 2/2/21
Leslie, Pat and families, What a blessing your mother and your entire family have been to me through my entire life! From our days on Fulton Streeet to the present! My own mother and sister loved each of you as I do! My and Earl’s deepest sympathy as you say goodbye for a while to your precious mother! She was a blessing to many and raised such an amazing family! With love and prayers, Earl and Cindy Ellsworth Felix
 

 
Heather M Butts posted on 2/1/21
To Debby, Sarah, & Laura and rest of the family- I am truly so sorry to hear about your mom passing. May she rest in peace. Now, she is with your dad again. They'll be there for you someday with open arms and everlasting love. Hold those special memories close to your heart. I'm glad I got to know both of your parents. And found out later in life we're related through marriage. If you need anything, feel free to text me or leave me a message on Facebook. This is not a good bye Susan, I will see you later. A wise woman told me this. Left foot, right foot and breathe... May you rest in peace, Susan.
 

Rodriquez King posted on 2/1/21
Thomas know that you are in our thoughts in prayers along with the rest of your family love Rodriguez and Valerie king
 

 
Julie Reynolds posted on 2/1/21
We will miss all the good conversations that we had together.
 

Lena Ruhl posted on 2/1/21
We are sad, but those in Heaven are laughing , as Jo-Anne continues to bring joy to those around her. I met Jo-Anne and her sister in 1963, and we have had many fun times together. I am grateful for every memory.
 

Manda Davis posted on 2/1/21
My deepest condolences for your loss. What a pleasure to know her both at HBR and church. She always had a kind word and a smile. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
 

Rocky Tilson posted on 2/1/21
So sorry to hear of Ernie's Passing. I remember him from many competitions...more specifically, the WORLDS in BLACKPOOL ENGLAND, 1997. He was nice enough to call my squat depth and was always there to help. I also remembering training in his gym and going thru 5 hours or grueling but amazing training! What a legend and wonderful guy. He lived a good life and EVERYONE will always remember how amazing Ernie was. Rest in peace old friend)- ROCKY TILSON
 

 
Colleen Riley posted on 2/1/21
So sorry for the loss of such a sweet women.
 

Love, Tim and Margaret King posted on 1/31/21
While Aunt Jo's passing is such a loss to family and friends, her constant smile and laughter will forever remain in my memory. Many of my favorite childhood memories involve family birthday parties with all of our aunts, uncles and cousins.  Aunt Jo's laughter was always a big part of those celebrations. When I was a young boy, Aunt Jo encouraged me to explore her farm, pick raspberries by the lane, and just enjoy nature.  The simple joys that she instilled in me and others impacted more lives than she could have ever imagined. We miss you Aunt Jo!
 

 
Barbara Mahoney posted on 1/31/21
Ernie was my son’s lifting coach. He was such a wonderful teacher and friend to Rob . My husband and I had the privilege to meet Ernie at one of Robs’s meets. My condolences to the family and you are all in my prayers.
 

Amy Jackson posted on 1/31/21
Rest in peace now you will be forever missed by all who were lucky enough to have known you.
 

Pat Wadsworth posted on 1/29/21
Janet, I am so sorry to hear of Ken's death. I will be lifting you and your family in prayer in the days ahead.
 

Steven Spina posted on 1/29/21
I am a former sixth grade teacher at Locust Lane School in Eau Claire so I knew several of the Chapin kids, including your parents. My sincere sympathy on learning of your mother's death. She attended parent/teacher conferences so I got to know her a bit. What an interesting, enjoyable lady! A real "live wire." During one meeting we had I remember her taking out a paperback she was reading entitled "Russia." I believe it was in preparation for a planned trip there. She was always supportive of her children and their teachers. You are fortunate to have been blessed with such a fine mother. May her memory be cherished! Sincerely, Steve Spina
 

Barb Schomer posted on 1/29/21
Wishing you comfort, strength and peace during this difficult time. I'll never forget Pam's lovely smile and sweet disposition. Our last conversation centered around our shared concern for a mutual friend's health, and Pam's huge heart was shining through, of course. May she Rest In Peace.
 

Danna Danoski posted on 1/29/21
We extend our sincere sympathies, Janet. We enjoyed a brunch with Ken and you 5 years ago, and enjoyed our time getting to know each of our husbands. Ken seemed like a great guy, which I'm certain he was as he was a man you loved. I'm sure he will be missed by family and friends.
 

Rick & Janet Enck posted on 1/28/21
We're so sorry to hear about Pam. Sending our deepest condolences to your family. Our thoughts and our prayers for you, Christian, Kevin and David.
 

Bob Ford posted on 1/28/21
Jim was the agent that got my mortgage for me in 1964. What I remember most about that was he wanted it paid off before I reached age 65. That was good advice. Payment was only $ 96.00 a month.
 

Marla Carlberg Fontana posted on 1/26/21
Remembering the good times at the cottage in Fish Lake, Indiana
 

Alice Cardenas posted on 1/26/21
Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs to Pamela's family. May you feel surrounded by the love of family and friends.
 

Kevin Igielski posted on 1/25/21
Condolences to Aunt Eleanor, Brian, Jeff and extended family. Only Olympian I ever new or was related to. Will always remember the little jokes and tricks you played on us as kids. Steeling our noses or running your finger up our chest when you faked us out and we looked down. Christmas eve at my moms, playing with the kids toys, shooting pool and eggnog at dinner. Rest In Peace Kevin and Diane
 

Jim Farrell posted on 1/25/21
RIP Aunt Joanne.
 

David Hurst posted on 1/25/21
Jim was more than my boss, co-worker and mentor, he was a friend. I don't think I ever heard a bad word being spoken of this man. He loved his family and community and will be greatly missed!
 

 
Brian Frost posted on 1/25/21
Dad: Thank you for being a great Dad. We will miss you. Thanks for being there for Mom, Jeff, and I over the years. Glad all your pain is over. Thinking of you hunting and fishing with old friends in heaven, along with our family dogs (Bingo, Freckles, Roni, etc). So glad we could spend those Sundays together over the last few years fishing. Will miss you. See you again Dad in Heaven. Your Son Brian Lots of hugs and kisses.
 

 
Al and Renee Kwiatkowski posted on 1/25/21
With deeply saddened hearts we will miss you dearly, Friend.
 

Eileen A Harris posted on 1/25/21
Where do I begin? Bonnie and her family came into my life when we moved to Sharon. She was our girl scout leader and became fast friends with my mom Mona. I worked with her many years at the Abbey during the summers. Mom and Bonnie worked there together. Bonnie and Mona were always going places together, and enjoyed many vacations together and trips to the campground. The last few years I had lunch with her often on Sundays, which she so enjoyed. Bonnie, you will be missed, and the generosity you had with your children, grandchildren, foster children, anyone who needed a meal or a roof over their head will be a legacy. Prayers and hugs to all.
 

Jay Sommerfield posted on 1/23/21
My partner Harriet Fram and I are saddened to hear of Jim Dirst's passing. I am the father of his son-in-law Kevin Sommerfield and other grandfather to our granddaughter Kiera Sommerfield. Jim and I got along very well and talked a lot about sports, politics, and his daughter Tara and my son Kevin, who were married in 1998, and our granddaughter. Jim had a great sense of humor and knew a lot about a lot of things. We will miss him. My partner Harriet just wants to add that she had the highest regard for Jim-such a smart, nice person and enjoyed the times that all of us shared conversations and good comaraderie. It was so evident how much he cherished his family and they him. May his memory be a blessing.
 

Linda (Ryan) Bouman posted on 1/23/21
I remember Mrs. Chapin as a small and mighty woman. When the family moved, it seemed like the whole neighborhood was gone and Brook Drive was never the same. Such a remarkable lady, and my sincere condolences to all the family.
 

Shirley Gutshall Land posted on 1/23/21
I'm sorry to hear of Ken's passing. We were classmates and friends at Winnebago HS. He was a great guy. My sympathies to his family.
 

Roger Clampitt posted on 1/23/21
Our sympathy to Janet and the rest of the DeVoe family. I was fortunate to have taught, played sports, painted, and made copper pictures, and done so many things with Ken. I have so many wonderful memories. He was the best teacher I had the privilege to work with. Rest in peace my old friend.
 

PATRICK BENNETT posted on 1/23/21
It's funny how people come into your life and then remain a part of your memory forever. Ken was such a person. He and my Dad allowed me to tag along on pheasant hunting trips around Newark when I was young and it was during those times that he became a permanent part of my life and a person that I would never forget. My family and I were able to visit Ken and Janet on several occasions, when they lived in S. Illinois, and we will always remember those wonderful visits. Please accept my family's condolences on Ken's passing - and know that we will always remember how he touched our lives in such a positive way.
 

Ursula Goldman posted on 1/23/21
I remember a very kind, smart, and giving person. We worked together at Newark Community High School for a number of years until his retirement. He always had a great sense of humor. He was missed when he retired and he will be missed now in death. May his family find peace in Ken no longer suffering. My deepest sympathy and condolences.
 

Sarah Gravley posted on 1/23/21
Best teacher ever!
 

 
Greg, Annette, Josh & Nate posted on 1/23/21
We will always love you mom.
 

Cindy Lester posted on 1/22/21
A Day in Time-Adult Day Center wishes to express our deepest sympathy in the loss of our beloved friend, Judy. Our participants and staff will fondly remember the fun times spent with her. We all enjoyed her gentle caring spirit and the laughter shared. She has peace now and is whole again, free of illness. Blessings to the entire family in your days of mourning. May memories sustain you. Sincerely, Cindy Lester and Friends
 

Robert Ellefson posted on 1/22/21
Mom and my heartfelt prayers are sent to you in this time of sorrow. Bob Ellefson
 

Teresia Johnson posted on 1/22/21
My mother worked with Him at Home Savings and Loan. Wishing Jim's family sincere sympathy for your loss and may cherished memories comfort you.
 

 
Rob posted on 1/22/21
RIP
 

Pat Schroder posted on 1/22/21
Dear Janet, Tracy and Family, I'm so very sorry about Ken's passing. He was indeed a great guy in all respects, admired and loved by his family and friends. It is particularly heartwarming to read condolences from former students. Ken had such a positive influence on their lives. Love and Peace.
 

Chris Kendrick posted on 1/22/21
So sorry for your loss. I remember many nights with Judy in the break room of Central DuPage Hospital and many days at Stratford Internal Medicine getting our work done and just being. It was always fun to work with her! Whether you were a friend or a stranger, she always had a kind word and/or a compliment for you. I loved her and have been missing her for a while. I know she’s up with her animals having a great time.
 

 
Kelly Timmons posted on 1/22/21
I have so many beloved memories of us together. I don't know where to start, because there are so many things I want to say. When we grandkids were little, and even into our teen years, staying at your house was the highlight of our lives. I loved snuggling in your bed with you while I told you about the entire world. It felt like nothing else existed outside and it was so cozy. I would tell you my secrets and listen to you talk. I remember waking up in the mornings hearing the finches peeping. Going out into the yard to play with Annie (Scottie dog). I loved your garden and the gorgeous peonies that lined the driveway and rained their petals in spring. It looked like a mosaic on the driveway. I remember you and Grampy prepping meals for us. So many foods are my all time favorites from peach tea, french baguettes, whipped yogurt, and orange danish rolls. I remember you attempting to comb through my insane mess of hair and how beautiful you would make it - the sheer amount of patience you had despite me melting down. Looking back, I'm very sorry about that, but I can't help but marvel at the love and calmness you had during that time. I remember cuddling on the couch in the evenings, the songs you and Grampy used to invent in the car. When you guys moved up here, your house was my favorite place to go to after school. I remember you telling me I can always just stop by. I absolutely loved it. We would share ice cream and cuddle on the couch. Talk for hours and hours. You are a wonderful woman. A sweet, loving, funny, and witty lady who gave me some of my most precious of memories. I can only hope that I can give that sort of experience to my son's, your great grandsons, Soren, Weylin, and Fynnigan, who all love you very very much. I remember singing the soundtrack to Chicago at the top of our lungs. Driving to garage sales and Goodwill, you visiting me at the flower shop or us visiting a local nursery together to gush over the plants. When we spent time together, I felt that you were my home away from home. And now, despite being so far away, I still feel close to you and know that you hold a very close place in my heart. Forever. I love you so much, Grammy. I'm now spreading my love, warmth, and care to you. Thank you for my childhood. Thank you for being my Grammy.
 

 
Laurie Fischer posted on 1/22/21
I will always remember you as my Aunt Bonnie. A loving and kind heart. It was always a fun time with family get together's .I will remember your beautiful smile. Always in my heart.
 

Kris K. Bennett posted on 1/22/21
Mr. DeVoe was one of those people who you realize later in life played a role in shaping who you are and the paths you take. He was my favorite teacher... I loved Biology!! It was the wonder of it to me but probably even more so that he made it fun to learn! I can say I still remember dissecting that frog and I don't think I will ever forget the smell of formaldehyde! I ended up pursuing various science fields after High School. I know he helped put me on that path. As the JV basketball coach Mr. DeVoe let me try out for the boys basketball team. I was a freshman and there was no girls basketball team at that point in time. He could have declined my request but he did not. I was allowed to try out. We both knew it was never going to be practical had I been good enough to make the team but he didn't push that point, He let me figure that out on my own and let me go thru the process of the try-out. It turns out that despite his support and my Dad being one of the best Basketball coaches in the state of IL, Basketball was not my best sport! He reinforced for me at that point in life the importance of trying things and taking risks but balancing those with being practical. Dementia/Alzheimer’s is a terrible disease that inflicts so much pain not only on the victims but his/her families as well. I hope soon the wonder of science will soon find a way to cure this very ugly disease. My deepest condolences to Janet and Tracy as well as the extended DeVoe family. - Kris K. Bennett
 

fred anthony vargas posted on 1/22/21
I am so sorry to hear this. Rest in peace Bonnie.
 

Kristine Anderson posted on 1/22/21
My sympathy to Mr. DeVoe Family. Mr. DeVoe was one of the best teacher at Newark High School in the 1980s. Rest in peace.
 

Cindy (Bennett) Blonski posted on 1/22/21
What sweet memories I have of Judi and the family. Condolences to all... may she find rest in our Father’s arms.
 

Cindy (Bennett) Blonski posted on 1/22/21
So saddened to hear of Ken’s passing. He was a great teacher (he made me feel confident and smart) and I remember many visits to our family home as a friend of my parents. There was always plenty of laughter. And so I smile as I think of him. Blessings and hugs to Janet and family as they move through this time deep loss.
 

Cindy (Bennett) Blonski posted on 1/22/21
So saddened to hear of Ken’s passing. I have such wonderful memories of him as my teacher (he made me feel smart and confident) as well as visits to our family home as friends of my parents. There was a lot of laughing that took place! And so I smile as I remember him. Blessings to Janet and family as they cope with this deep loss.
 

 
Sandy Walker posted on 1/22/21
Mr. DeVoe was a fantastic teacher for us thru our years at Newark High. 1970-1974 Thank you Mr. DeVoe, Rest In Peace Sending condolences to Mrs. DeVoe and daughter Nels and Sandy Walker
 

Jonathan Anderson posted on 1/22/21
Mr. DeVoe was my biology teacher at Newark High School in the early 80’s. He made class far more enjoyable. When you would do something wrong in class he had a way of correcting you while still seeming amused about it. I’ve never forgotten him. RIP Mr. DeVoe.
 

Chris Ness posted on 1/22/21
He was by far my favorite teacher at Newark High School and certainly contributed to me wanting to be a teacher as well as my teaching style. He was the only teacher at that school with a great sense of humor. He gave so much to so many students.
 

Larry posted on 1/21/21
I just want the family to know that Mr. D touched so many student’s hearts. Looking back I can say he made a difference in my life. RIP kind sir.
 

larry/carol posted on 1/21/21
To: Janet, Tracy, Zackary and all of Ken's family and friends-- We were saddened to hear of Ken's passing. His special smile and happy personality will be remembered by all who knew him. Our sincere sympathy, Larry and Carol Hinton Gainesville, FL
 

Britta Burden posted on 1/21/21
All 4 of us Burden kids learned and cared for Mr. DeVoe. To his family, please accept our sincere condolences and absolute appreciation to teach us!! GodSpeed and Thank you for what you shared with us!
 

Debbie Walker posted on 1/21/21
I am sorry for your loss. Your family is in my prayers Mr. DeVoe made biology an interesting class and always included everyone in the discussion. He made school fun and I appreciate all the effort he gave to his students. I remember trying to get the courage to dissect a frog and his sense of humor really made the experience so much easier. Thank you Mr. DeVoe!!
 

Marj Clauson posted on 1/21/21
He was my Biology teacher. Mr DeVoe were great teachers.
 

Amanda Power Shamblin posted on 1/21/21
Mr. Devoe was my favorite teacher at Newark High School. He always made class fun and interesting. My thoughts and prayers to his family.
 

robert strange posted on 1/21/21
He was the first to protect, and the best to promote,
 

Greg and Gina Mathre and family posted on 1/21/21
Mrs. DeVoe and family, We are sad to hear of Mr. Devoe's passing. Greg and I and 2 of our kids were lucky enough to have him as our Biology teacher. He always made class enjoyable, (as did you)! You were both great teachers and advisors and kept things interesting. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.
 

Mark McKanna posted on 1/21/21
My deepest sympathy ro Janet and the entire DeVoe family. He was a great man and teacher. He will always be Mr. Devoe to me.
 

Jen Howard posted on 1/21/21
I am so sorry for your loss. Mr DeVoe was one of the best teachers ! He made learning fun. He was loved by all of his students. He was one of a kind. I feel blessed to have had him as my teacher.
 

Kim Cheatle posted on 1/21/21
DeVoe family, I am so sorry for the loss of Mr. DeVoe. I know the tremendous love Tracey has for her family. Mr. DeVoe was instrumental in helping me choose an educational path leading to my current career. I will always be grateful. My thoughts and prayers are with you Tracey & with your family.
 

David Kellogg posted on 1/21/21
You were one of the good ones. RIP Mr DeVoe
 

Vickie Ford posted on 1/21/21
So so sorry for your loss. Mr. Devoe was a great teacher. Have many fond memories. Class 1984.
 

mike vanjoske posted on 1/21/21
Mrs. DeVoe, You are in our thoughts and prayers at this time. I am so very sorry to learn of my favorite teacher's passing. He was my freshman Biology teacher. Not only mine, but both our daughters, Tena and Valerie. You probably don't remember me. I am Diane (Ramey) Vanjoske. You taught me office practice and typing. In the Fall of my senior year I dropped out of school and got married and had Tena the next Spring. I never realized until after reading the obituary that you were married only one year more then we have been. I also used the crutches and leg brace. Now you might remember me. Please rest assured that Mr. DeVoe is in a happy, well place now. And he will be remembered by all his former students. Diane Vanjoske
 

Angela Grazulis posted on 1/21/21
Jim, Lisa and Nichols Family, Please accept our condolences. Judi will be missed. She was a kind person and we loved her. She was always smiling and she made everyone around her smile too. We love you, Angela, Shelby, and Samantha
 

Sally DeVoe Castracane posted on 1/21/21
So sorry to hear of Ken's passing. When we were kids, we were buds. He was a favorite cousin. My condolences to you all.
 

Angela Grazulis posted on 1/21/21
Jim, Lisa, and Nichols Family, Please accept our condolences. Judi will be missed by all. She was an exceptional person and we loved her. She was always smiling and had a gift of making us smile too. You're all in our prayers and we love you. Angela, Shelby, and Samantha
 

Mary Morstadt posted on 1/20/21
I had the privilege of working with Jim for decades. He was more than a role model. He was a great and unique man. He was intelligent and a voracious reader. He knew how to interact with people of all types. He was committed to his family, his professional family, and his community (from global to local). He welcomed new challenges and offered creative and thoughtful solutions. He was kind, thoughtful, professional, fun, philosophical, engaging. He impacted my life.
 

Bill Hastings posted on 1/20/21
Jim was an awesome neighbor, good friend and great man with an abundance of wisdom, wit and an easy laugh. I will miss our evening chats. Kudos to his best friend, Pat Robbins for being his Rock throughout these past many trying months. Farewell and God bless.
 

Dennis H Janis posted on 1/20/21
Sue, my most sincere condolences! I just learned of Dave's death via the Historical Society newsletter. It looks like he had a good life and I'm happy for him. I do have some fond memories of our days at BFHS! Again, my most sincere regrets.
 

Bill Hastings posted on 1/19/21
Jim was: An awesome neighbor, good friend, and great person, with an abundance of wisdom, an easy laugh, and a voice of reason. I will miss our evening chats. Kudos to his best friend, Pat Robbins for being his rock during the very trying times over the past months. My condolences to Eric and the entire Family. Farewell.
 

 
Nancy Jones Wessel posted on 1/19/21
Very sorry for the loss of a vibrant friend, a loving mother, a grandmother, a daughter and a beautiful person. Lynn will be missed. My deepest sympathy.
 

Jeremy Kriescher posted on 1/19/21
Jeff, So sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you.
 

John Milner posted on 1/18/21
Sorry to hear of the loss of an old neighbor and a very good friend. We had many good times together. Jim had a lot of heartaches in his life! He was a real gentleman and a fine family man. I will treasure his memory for the rest of my life.
 

 
Roger & Judi Gossett posted on 1/18/21
Love you Sis. You will always be our sis and our helper in mischief. Your laugh was infectious and made others smile. Have so many wonderful memories of our ventures together. At restaurants we always seemed to end up in the corner like bad kids.....guess we were trouble makers. Happy that our life came together years ago and we will truly miss you but know Nick is waiting for you and your arrival will be with bells on and that laugh that we all will miss. God Bless you and Peace from the pain now. Love and Hugs! Roger and Judi
 

John flanyak posted on 1/17/21
Dear Barb, I will definitely miss John! He was a good man who dedicated many hours of time and energy to his job at Brachs he devoted hours of his time to making good sense of all the complaints the company has received. He was a good teacher and had much respect for you and your daughter. God love her for doing so well in school! I wish all the best to you and her during these times. We will miss him and his ways! God love all of you
 

Tina Nichols posted on 1/17/21
Mom, you were very special to me from day one. And over the years I figured out just how special you were. I could write a book on all the good and bad times we have shared. This is so hard, I know you are in your happy place now. And that make me have peace. You will always be in my heart.
 

Carolyn Gray posted on 1/17/21
Tim, Jeff, & Jim and your families. So sorry for the loss of your mother. Loved the picture you chose for the obituary. She loved being happy. Our family was happy to know your family. Your Dad gave our daughter, Lisa, the name of " Lee" when she played on the boys team because there wasn't a girls team in Newark at the time. It stuck with her through her life. Jim, you loved to tell my husband, Bill..."your hair is getting too long". Share memories with your family and friends. It will be a big help in your grief journey. Prayers are with your family.
 

Renate Hage posted on 1/16/21
My thoughts and prayers go out to Amy's family. I am so sorry for your loss! She was a great co worker and friend. Above all she was a wonderful and kind human being. I'm so sorry I can't be there in person to give my condolences and pay my respect. You will be missed!
 

Renate Hage posted on 1/16/21
My thoughts and prayers go out to Amy's family! She was a great co worker and friend. Above all she was a wonderful and kind human being! I'm so sorry I can't be there in person to give my condolences and pay my respect! You will be missed!
 

Carol Hoadley posted on 1/16/21
Having you as a sister was a great joy in my life. Love you always and forever. Carol
 

 
Gina jonassen posted on 1/15/21
Lynn was a very sweet lady and loving your mom is being taken care of very well I miss you sending hugs too you in heaven you are an angel in my eyes love you sending you hugs and memories about you
 

Katie and Dave Kilker posted on 1/15/21
Dear Barb and family, May the Lord bless and comfort you during this time of loss and grief. John will always be remembered and deeply missed. May John rest in peace.
 

Katherine M Kilker posted on 1/15/21
Dear Barb and family, May our Lord bless and comfort you during this time of loss and grief. John will always be deeply missed. May he rest in peace. Love, Katie and Dave Kilker
 

Celeste and Raymond posted on 1/15/21
TT Barb and Family our deepest condolences love your 1st and 2nd generations of nephews and nieces
 

 
Raymond posted on 1/15/21
Unc I wish we had way more time throughout the years but I am truly grateful for the time that we did get to share.. I love you til we will see each other again
 

 
Celeste posted on 1/15/21
I'll continue fishing for you unk love you always
 

Johanna Andrews posted on 1/14/21
We were so very sorry to hear of John's passing. Our family send our love and will be praying for your family.
 

RIta Chaundy (Reynolds) posted on 1/14/21
Dear Barb and Family, You are in our thoughts and prayers. Chaundy Family (Rita Reynolds)
 

Neal Morgan posted on 1/14/21
I have many fond memories of John from our times at Oak Park High School and the University of Illinois at Navy Pier. I last saw John when we both attended the wedding of Larry Widmann's brother Fred. I offer his family our sincerest sympathy and condolences from my wife Karen and myself.
 

Both of Us posted on 1/14/21
Condolences to all. John is remembered as valiant man who had a strong faith, kept a smile on his face and steadfastly endeavored to "do the right thing".
 

Katie and Dave Kilker posted on 1/14/21
Dear Barb and family, May our Lord bless and comfort you during this time of loss and grief. Jon will always be deeply missed. May he rest in peace. Love, Katie and Dave Kilker
 

Carol Hoadley posted on 1/14/21
Being your sister was one of the great joys of my life. Rest peacefully in God’s loving arms. Love always. Carol
 

Dennis Karr posted on 1/14/21
Deepest sympathy to Barb and their children.
 

Carlos posted on 1/14/21
I miss you
 

Mike and Ruth Simon posted on 1/13/21
Dear Barb and Family, John was always such a warm and caring person. We are saddened to hear of his home going. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Love to you all.♥️
 

Theodore R Weber posted on 1/13/21
Sandy: I am so sorry for you and your entire family to learn of your mom's passing. May the good Lord look with favor upon each of you.
 

David & Sharon LeVally posted on 1/13/21
Sending to all of you our love our prayers and grace. The pot sticker party with our grandchildren will be long remembered as delightful and yummy. As my first wood carving student this past year we learned so much from each other. One story of many, she told me was about walking to and from school in the dark as a very young girl and praying asking God to protect her. The first little girl in her family to go to school. Even in this time the of sorrow there is abundant reason to celebrate! We care and encouraging all.
 

Joe Kralicek posted on 1/13/21
My heartfelt condolences on your loss. John was a good man, and always had a smile to share. He will be missed by us all.
 

Marguerite (Reynolds) Thomison posted on 1/13/21
I feel so lucky to have had the opportunity to meet and enjoy John's friendly, thoughtful company. I am very sorry for this loss. . My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love you.
 

Rick Weinert posted on 1/13/21
It is hard to lose a Mom. My prayers are with you in this time of bittersweet grief.
 

Jon Birdsall posted on 1/13/21
As Barbi and I struggled with infertility, Virginia and Harold committed to pray for us daily. We now have four children. Kindness, sweetness, Godliness, these are traits that describe this lovely woman.
 

Freda Rasko posted on 1/12/21
Our condolences to all the family as you process this loss. The joyful part is knowing she had a personal relationship with God, but it always hurts to lose somewhat you love. John & Freda Rasko
 

 
Lee Brosius posted on 1/12/21
We will miss you Sis. Rest In Peace. Love Lee & Donna
 

Tita Cozzoni posted on 1/12/21
Everyone that met or knew Lynn fell in love with her. When we worked together Lynn would make laugh so hard with her Linda Richmond impersonation that I would burst out laughing at the most inopportune time. Her kindness had no limit. The world has lost a beautiful person.
 

Kathleen Senn posted on 1/12/21
Barb, I am so sorry for your loss. My heart is breaking for you. May you find peace in your faith in God. You and your family are in my prayers Love Kathleen Snyder Senn
 

Karen Zuk posted on 1/12/21
We will always remember you Lynn, our sweet cousin. Your love & laughter will live on in your sons & grandsons. Rest In Peace. love Karen & Marilyn
 

 
Jorun Westvik Skiri posted on 1/12/21
I remember the time she visited with us in Kongsvinger, Norway, and all the wonderful times she hosted my family and me, when visiting Wisconsin. Such a tender, lovable person she was. Peace on her memory❤️
 

Laurie Hammell posted on 1/12/21
I am heartbroken over the loss of my dear Aunt Lynn. I have early memories of her visiting our house on Sheridan Avenue in the Bronx. She always had that big beautiful smile on her face. My deepest condolences to my cousins and their families. You’re in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Laurie Hammell posted on 1/12/21
I am heartbroken about the loss of my dear Aunt Lynn. I have early memories of her visits to our house on Sheridan Avenue in the Bronx. She was always fun and had that TV big beautiful smile on her face. My deepest condolences to my cousins and their families.
 

Tom Melton posted on 1/12/21
My condolences to the family of Bob. He was so enjoyable to be around. When he entered a room things always were more fun.
 

 
Pat and Bob Land posted on 1/11/21
With heartfelt symparhy
 

L Allen posted on 1/11/21
So very sorry for your loss of Kathy. She was such a beautiful & giving person. My deepest sympathy to all of the family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Laura Allen
 

Mark Davi posted on 1/10/21
MOM , it's only been one month since your passing, strangely it just seems like yesterday we spoke though. Memories of you will always be with me. I'm relieved the lord has had mercy on you and ended your pain and suffering. Now you can move to the next phase of eternal peace and happiness. May you rest in peace! Forever in our hearts! With Love your son MARK And Wife Sue Davi. XOXOXO
 

 
Kim wollin posted on 1/10/21
So sorry to hear of Kathy's passing,My thoughts and prayers to the family.❤May she rest in peace❤
 

Dianne Dempsey posted on 1/9/21
Ray was a kind and caring neighbor who will be missed. With deepest sympathies to his family. The Dempsey’s
 

PATRICIA HOWARD PEEBLES posted on 1/9/21
Thank you for allowing me to join the service by video honoring my friend, Ray. It was such a joy to see him many times since our common days in VA (Columbia Baptist Church) together. It was a joy to know both he and Sharon these many years. God Bless the Family as you go onward without him and his wisdom.
 

Mary Ann Cervinka posted on 1/8/21
My sympathy’s to all of Cheryl’s loving family. Cheryl loved to laugh and have fun.
 

Glenn and Jean Burns posted on 1/8/21
Kathy was a loving and caring person. She had a sense of humor, her laughter could melt your problems away. She loved her Chicago Cubs. She is loved and will be missed by all. I'll always remember her for our trip to Wrigley field - she was the one that calm my mother down. Another angel went home - Rest in Peace Kathy.
 

Sue (Hageman) Huston posted on 1/8/21
Kathy was a joy to know and be around. We shared a friendship that spanned 60 years full of laughter and tears. One of my fondest memories was when we played softball after high school for Countryside Center. My deepest sympathies to the entire Britt family. She will be sorely missed.
 

 
Paula Erby posted on 1/8/21
Rest in peace and many prayers for the family's hearts
 

Mike Colbert posted on 1/8/21
Our hearts and prayers go out to Cheryl and her family during this time of loss and grief. May Cheryl's soul rest in peace and may our prayers help guide her soul on the journey back to God.
 

Lynda Cox posted on 1/8/21
Dear Carol, I am so sorry to hear of Jerry's passing. My deepest prayers to you and your family. .
 

Cindy Green posted on 1/6/21
Such a brilliant man with a wry sense of humor. Great guy. He will certainly be missed.
 

Cindy Green posted on 1/6/21
What a sweetheart. Jim will be truly missed. My sincere condolences. Go Cubs!
 

Tom Kwiatkowski posted on 1/4/21
Dear Joan, my name is Tom Kwiatkowski and I’ve been a dear friend of Steve Beers since the 1960’s. Through Steve I got to know Bruce. We spent a lot of time at Chuck’s and played volleyball at Fontana Grade School in the 70’s. Steve and Bruce were very close in their youth and I sometimes hung with them regularly. I’m so sorry for your loss. Bruce was a well respected leader in the community and many people will miss him dearly. Thank God his legacy lives on in his wonderful photography. My sympathy to you and your family, sincerely Tom
 

Darcie Henriott posted on 1/4/21
Joan very sad to hear of your husband's passing.
 

 
Linda Miserendino posted on 1/3/21
Fond memories of Arlene when she lived in Wood Dale and Fox Lake. Always made you feel welcome and enjoyed seeing family. Loved conversations with her regarding family memories. She will be missed. I am thankful for hearing her voice for the last time a week before she passed. Love and RIP, Linda M.
 

 
Timothy Royal Hass posted on 1/1/21
Eric - Well Brother, It is January 1st of 2021. Man I still miss you brother. New year is here though and I gotta figure out what comes next. Since you left us, my life has just been a "going through the motions" kind of deal. Not a day goes by that I don't think of you. I do not know what comes after this... I know that you do and I can only assume that it is either impossible to contact this place after you leave it OR you are just to damn busy. In any case, I know your Dad showed up and you guys are probably hanging out.. Hell, I don't even know if you are able to read these things but I like to think you have some limited access to "Earth".. They probably don't want you guys telling us what comes next. If it is really nice everyone would just jump off a tall building and that would probably crash the economy over there... And if it is a crappy place, well, people would probably try to jump out of the transport vessel on the way. So I get it. But still Brother, find a way to toss me a sign. About a month ago I thought maybe you were sending me some vibes but it ended up being a damn squirrel in the front porch ceiling.. Anyway, hope this made ya laugh. See ya when I see ya... Tim
 

Marilynn Maida posted on 12/30/20
Dearest Brother, May you find eternal peace, happiness and relief from all your earthly discomforts. Thank you for all the loving help and care you have given me over the years. God Bless You! Love, Cynthia
 

Marilynn Maida posted on 12/30/20
Ron, I am grateful for all of your brotherly love and concern over the past years. We will miss you at our family gatherings. Marilynn and I are praying for your eternal rest and peace. May God Bless You! Love, Marilynn and Gerry Maida
 

Donna Williams posted on 12/30/20
Joanne so sorry for your loss. God's Speed as you move on with the next phase of your life.
 

Randall Recob posted on 12/30/20
Dear Joan and family I am very sorry to hear about Bruce he was a good friend back in the 70s . And some day I would tell you the story about “ ESCAPE “ love to you and your family Randy
 

Kevin McCabe posted on 12/29/20
I'm sorry to hear this! Bill and I went grade school at Indian Plains in Eola, Il. and played basketball together! We both went to Naperville Central, but drifted apart! A very likeable guy and I'm sadden to hear! May you RIP!
 

David Heiden posted on 12/29/20
Joanne and family, Bruce was a lifelong good friend, the world will miss him greatly. Joyce mentioned to me his personal health struggles in the last few years. He is certainly in a better more peaceful place today. My personal prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. David Heiden
 

Donna Kaczynski posted on 12/29/20
Ronnie rest in peace, you will be missed. Donna and Jan Kaczynski
 

 
Tabitha & Lu posted on 12/28/20
I'm so sad to find out dear sweet cousin Bev is now in heaven with my grandma Yvonne. I just found out after investigating why my Christmas card was returned. I'll always remember her for her sweetness and kindness. I saw her several times when my family stayed at the Abbey, and at her every 5 years Birthday parties. I remember how elated both my grandma and her were when they reunited ("Vonnie"... "Bevee"... Like 2 giddy girls). I remember my nephew feeling obligated to get her a birthday gift and wrapping an umbrella he picked for her birthday. She'll be remembered sweetly in my heart forever. Deepest Condolences
 

Susan Galles posted on 12/27/20
Leslie, Deepest condolences and lifting up thoughts and prayers for you and your family.
 

Kim (Clinard) Waters posted on 12/27/20
My heart felt prayers for all. I loved Yvonne like a mother, she always treated me like one of the family. She will be missed by many.
 

Dalia Hinojosa posted on 12/27/20
Mi tía Amalia, todos la queríamos mucho. Aunque su partida nos dolió mucho sabemos que ya está gozando en la presencia de Dios. Le mando un abrazo muy fuerte a mi tío Luis y a mi primo Carlos.
 

Dawn E. Bieber posted on 12/26/20
Mom, Again I have lit candle lamps in all windows, thinking of you. Be certain you have NEVER been forgotten, plus I have your recipes! Love, Your FAVORITE Daughter, Dawn
 

Carolyn Campbell posted on 12/26/20
I took Ilona (Helen) shopping almost every Wednesday for the past 3+ years. She was always so kind and grateful for the help. On our shopping trips to either Jewel or Aldi, we would talk about our lives, politics and our health issues. We would both brag about our grandchildren and great grandchildren. My Wednesdays will be empty without her. RIP sweet Lady
 

Carolyn Campbell posted on 12/26/20
I took Ilona (Helen) shopping almost every Wednesday for the past 3+years. She was so kind and grateful and I looked forward to our Wednesdays together. On our rides to either Jewel or Aldi, we would talk about our lives, politics and our health issues. We would also brag about our grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was a wonderful friend and my Wednesdays will seem so empty without her. RIP sweet lady.
 

 
Maria M. Juhasz posted on 12/25/20
What a wonderful lady! May she rest peacefully.
 

 
Maria M. Juhasz posted on 12/25/20
I'm sorry for Ilona(Ica)'s passing! Such a wonderful lady! May she now rest peacefully with Jesus.
 

Dawn posted on 12/25/20
Thinking MAUI Mom! Melekamkimaha! MERRY CHRISTMAS MOM!
 

Russ DeMarco posted on 12/23/20
The fun, camaraderie, singing and discipline in the choir loft at Community Church of Fontana under Lucy's direction is something many of us will never forget. And of course the yearly summons on the Sunday prior to our season of singing is one of the many happy memories we will have. Condolences to the family and to all of us who have lost a fixture in this area with Lucy's passing. She will be missed until we join up with her again.
 

Jim & Barb Otto posted on 12/23/20
Les and family of Yvonne, We are so sorry for your loss. Such a hard thing to go through for sure. Caring virtual hugs.
 

 
Kent Walley posted on 12/23/20
We are very sorry to hear of Allens passing. I just asked my wife the other day if we received there Christmas Card. I said I hope Allan and Dorothy are ok. We lived next door to them for a couple years in the early 80s on Hinckley rd. in Big Rock. I always enjoyed talking to Allen he was very calm. He always smiled Im sure he will be dearly missed. Rest In Peace, Allen. Sincerely, Kent and Bobbie Walley
 

Wendy (Fleming) Robbins posted on 12/23/20
I was so sad to hear of Lucy’s passing. My sisters and I grew up attending the Fontana Community Church where Lucy was a very prominent figure in our lives. Of the many fond memories I have of Lucy I especially remember she and our Mother being in charge of the Fish Pond during the Church’s annual Summer Bazaar and how she made it be so much fun for all us younger kids. And there was her voice, her beautiful voice. We were so touched and honored that she offered to sing at our Mother’s funeral. And there were the delicious pancakes and doughnuts she served at Lucy’s restaurant in Fontana. I will miss visiting with Lucy when I stop in at All For Ewe (that we referred to as “Lucy’s). My very deepest sympathies to Lucy’s Family.
 

Ed Carloni posted on 12/22/20
Chris and Natalie, I still remember lividly those times when you put me up in Yorkville when I was in IL on business. I also remember dinners with the four of us, especially when we saw Phantom of the Opera in LA and another time at a Marie Calendar's when Bruce & I enjoyed pecan pie with a special syrup to top it off. He was also a good fishing buddy. He had the kind of personality that endeared him to nearly everyone. God bless you Bruce, I'm lucky to have known you.
 

Ellen Dragonetti posted on 12/22/20
Lucy will be missed by all around this lake...she was an iconic figure whether at the diner, at church or the police chief’s wife-bell ringing at the Sentry or in her little red “donut” bug in line at Burger King. I’ll miss our chats about birds, our grandkids, dining at Crandalls, all the village’s latest news, and my chocolate Santa’s and Easter bunnies. Rest In peace you “cute thing”. My heart goes out to her wonderful family.
 

Mayra Salinas-Cavazos posted on 12/21/20
We are very grateful and blessed to have known Amalia and the Zamora family When we lived in Illinois she always treated us with such love and kindness She was one of my mom's closest friends We will never forget Amalia Gracias Amalia por ser tan buena y amable con mis papas May she be resting in heaven
 

Cathy (Fleming) Hester and Sherry (Fleming) Fickau posted on 12/21/20
We were deeply saddened to hear of the Lucy’s passing. Lucy became very important in our lives from the time our family moved to Fontana in 1960. We were privileged to have her as our Sunday School Teacher, Youth Group Leader and amazing Choir Director at the Fontana Community Church during our growing up years in Fontana. We will never forget the Youth Group trip to Washington DC that she chaperoned and the dozens upon dozens of doughnuts she made with our Youth Group as a fundraiser to help finance the trip. Always smiling, laughing, cheerful, caring, the rapport she had with the Youth and all around her was something to behold. We will miss seeing her at All For Ewe which we affectionately referred to as “Lucy’s”. Every time we visited her shop, she would want to know how everyone in the family was doing. We send our heart-felt sympathies to the family.
 

Pedro and Hortencia Salinas and Family posted on 12/21/20
Our deepest sympathy. Amalia always offered what she had. She was a generous and loving person. We will miss her humor and kindness.
 

Robert Conley posted on 12/21/20
The next time I hear thunder I'll be thinking of Bette and Barbie throwing strikes and laughing together. What a beautiful person. She was the best!
 

Matt Tonelli posted on 12/20/20
We will miss you Keith. I always looked up to you. You had such charisma, so cool, so kind. As you enjoy heaven with your dad, please pray for us here on earth. Love, Cousin Matt Tonelli
 

Susie Lehmann-Hurkman posted on 12/20/20
I'm so sorry to hear of Lucy's passing. She was the choir director when I attended Fontana Community Church. I will miss seeing her driving around in her red bug. She was so kind and thoughtful to my parents visiting them often and bringing them cookies and candy. My sincere sympathies to the family.
 

Tom Padgett posted on 12/18/20
Uncle Bob was an awesome man! Loved him and his spirited nature. My thoughts and prayers go out to Rob, Mark, Lori and their families.
 

Marvie Lindberg posted on 12/18/20
God bless your family during this difficult time.
 

Marvie posted on 12/18/20
God bless you all during this difficult time.
 

Richard Bee posted on 12/18/20
Amy and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Larry started working with me at Ballco, truly a great guy, willing to conquer everything. I really enjoyed working with him. Yo and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
 

Audrey Matysek posted on 12/17/20
Chris, I am so sad to hear of Bruce's passing. He was a wonderful man, and anyone could see how much he loved the Lord, life, and his family. I have been praying for you and your daughter, and Bruce. Praying for grace, and comfort to both of you, through this time. Bruce lived out loud, and was passionate about so much. I am grateful you have St Patrick's, your faith home, Father Matt, Deacon Doug, the Knights, and your extended family there to walk with you through this time.
 

Richard Bee posted on 12/17/20
We are so sorry for your loss, the family will be in our thoughts and prayers. I worked with Larry when he first started Ballco. He was a great person to know and work with.
 

Anne posted on 12/17/20
Chris and Natalie, I will always remember Bruce at gymnastics at the Y with Natalie. He was quite a character. I'm so sorry for you loss. Anne Novey
 

Ron &Irene Bridges posted on 12/17/20
So sorry for your loss,Mom &Dad together again.Irene & I will be praying for them both...Stay strong in these crazy times both of you!
 

Ken Christoffel posted on 12/16/20
Rest in peace Buddy, my good friend. The suffering is over and you can be reunited with your son & daughter. A better friend you would be hard pressed to find. No matter what the circumstance, he was always able to maintain a smile. Even though we never were able to do enough motorcycle riding together, I will never forget the ones we had. If any Blues music was playing anywhere,he was sure to end up there. I will always remember when he would pull into the Central garage at work, the first thing he would say when he would see me was, "hey Kenny how's it going" along with a huge smile. It was infectious. My next Margarita will be for you my friend. Godspeed, I will never forget you. Ken & Sondra Christoffel
 

Nancy posted on 12/16/20
Our Condolences Thoughts and prayers to the Family Dr.Meschi and staff Rush Copley
 

Kelly Radtke posted on 12/15/20
Farewell, Aunt Sarah ❤ I'll always remember visiting with you through the years way back to when you lived in Cicero! You're free of pain now and with your mom and dad watching over us. I'm so grateful you and my mom got to spend time together these past few years. Eternal rest grant unto you, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon you. May your soul rest in peace. Love your niece, Kelly xo
 

Mike Heraty posted on 12/15/20
Great neighbors make life so much better and there was no better neighbor and friend than Keith. Going up to the lake won't be the same without the discussions upon arrival to catch up on things. We will always remember his easy style, smile and laughter, always punctuated by a......Hey buddy, you gonna stop by for a beer tonight!? God bless you always Keith and sending our love and prayers to Elizabeth, Henry, Roz and the entire Edwards Family. Mike and Colleen Heraty
 

Tracey Antle and family posted on 12/15/20
So very sorry for your loss. Aunt Sarah was so sweet- I remember visiting her in Cicero when I was little.
 

 
Felice and Tina (Guida) Di Nauta posted on 12/15/20
Our condolences
 

cliff oleson posted on 12/15/20
Sorry for your lose. I remember Bruce from when his daughter danced with our son Eric. We were in branson, mo. and went to see Ray Stevens. Linda and my son Chris was with and probably the youngest person there but it was a good time.
 

Rose Onorato posted on 12/15/20
My dearest sister Sarah I am so glad I got to spend some of your last day's with you and to tell you I love you and I will never forget you I will miss you dearly love you always your sister Rose.
 

 
Nina posted on 12/15/20
Love you forever Gram
 

Nina posted on 12/15/20
Grandma, you will be forever missed. I vividly remember you taking us to the Stratford mall theater to see Goodburger and us having the best day laughing together. And your house was my "long drive" when I finally got my license at 16 yrs old. So many amazing memories. Love you Gram -Nina
 

Joyce Bennett posted on 12/15/20
Our condolences to the family. Memories of Fontana and Chucks will be with us always. To Roz Kelly and Elizabeth—we are so sorry for your loss. Words cannot express the depth of your loss.
 

 
Angela Tworzydlo posted on 12/15/20
I love and miss you Grandma, I wish Marceli got to know you and spend some time with you. I will hold all of our memories in my heart. I am happy that you are going home to grandpa and I hope that one day we meet again. I can hear your voice calling me Angie in my head, and I miss you.
 

Guida family posted on 12/15/20
Mom, You will be forever missed by all of us. We love you very much. Give Dad a Big hug and kiss from us too.
 

ardy lange posted on 12/15/20
Pat & family, i am so sorry and sad. Know that our Lord is surrounding your whole family with His love and promises....
 

Becky (Northcutt) Fellows posted on 12/14/20
I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers and love are with you all now and always. I will always remember the family reunions at Great Grandma Meagher’s house and playing on the merry-go-round at Aunt Margret’s house in Elgin. It goes without saying, but I wish we had gotten together more.
 

Kerri Riggs Bloom posted on 12/14/20
I’m so very sorry to hear about Keith. He was always such a cheerful person when he was young, and it sounds as though he kept that genuine and great disposition into adulthood. You are all in my heart and prayers.
 

Denny & Debbie Krachon posted on 12/14/20
Larry - you joined our family a very, very long time ago! (we can't even remember when you weren't with us). When you started dating our daughter Amy it took her a little bit of time to bring you around with your leather jacket, big boots & even bigger motorcycle ( to us back then it looked like she was bringing home one of "Hells Angels" on wheels). We weren't used to Amy dating that new look of guy!! Little did we know at that time that you would become a very important part of Amy's life as her husband & like a second loving son to Denny & I!! You have given Amy a beautiful life & four beautiful children! ( and Denny & I four loving beautiful grandchildren, who we love with all our hearts). Your home has always been open to us lovingly even though we were your in-laws (and I your MOTHER-IN-LAW, god help you!). You always showed us such love & you always gave, I thought the best hugs! It was so painful to see you in such pain & suffering these last five or six years! It was like seeing one of our own children going thru this health nightmare!! And seeing our own child Amy & our grandchildren going thru such a heart breaking time!! We will always love you & miss you beyond words but will remember the love & fun, fun times you brought into our family & lives!! Your father-in-law Denny & Your mother-in-law Debbie xoxoxoxoxo P.S. And you know my Dad & Mom & Denny's Dad & Mom loved you so very much also! Please say hi to them & give them a big hug for us!!
 

Matt & Tina Wilken posted on 12/14/20
Our thoughts and prayers to all during this difficult time.
 

 
Sherri Parker posted on 12/14/20
Madelyn was my neighbor here in Princeton. After her persistent requests, I joined her in doing footcare for the elderly; in the senior centers/high rises in Spring Valley & Princeton, as well as in private residences. We remained friends long after our 'footcare' days; right up until Madelyn moved from Freeport to Walworth, WS. She was like a mother to me. We would meet & 'catch up' (for hours) on her occasional trips back to Princeton. She was a true servant of God & never was afraid to claim his grace & love. Madelyn will be truly missed. She is at peace now with her beloved Vern & son Eddy. May she rest in peace. God bless her entire family.
 

Mike and Peggy Wheeler posted on 12/14/20
Our sincerest sympathy to Tyler and his family. We are keeping you all in our prayers.
 

 
Linda Hooper posted on 12/14/20
For my sweet brother - rest in heaven. Love you forever! Linda and Wallace
 

Linda Hooper posted on 12/14/20
My brother was the sweetest and most generous person besides my Dad that I will ever know. He had such a love for life itself and put everyone before himself, no matter what. I remember him taking care of all of his sisters as we were growing up - he would do anything for us (even though he liked to shoot us with bb's). He was my hero, and I will miss his smile and his voice, but I know that he is no longer in pain and is in the arms of Jesus. I'm sure there was a joyful reunion with my parents and his 2 children. Rest in Heaven my dear brother, and we will all be together once again soon. Say hi to Mom, Dad, Geno, and Angie and hug them all for us. We love you so very much! Linda and Wallace
 

 
Nancy posted on 12/14/20
Our Deepest Condolences Larry will truly be missed. I will miss our laughs and talks Dr.Patel and staff Rush Copley
 

Brian Truog posted on 12/14/20
What a great lady Alice was! I especially remember her checking with me on a regular basis about when I was going to go see my mother. She kept reminding me how important that was. There were many other ways that I was blessed by knowing Alice and the entire Leedy family. Shirley and I share our sympathy with those of you who will be missing Alice and we rejoice in the victory over death that Alice has through her faith in Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior.
 

Michael Key posted on 12/14/20
Our deepest condolences from Cliff and Mike at Balentine Tire. Mike lettered many vehicles for us in the past and he was always a very pleasant and fun guy whenever we saw him out and about. He will be missed.
 

 
Lisa S posted on 12/14/20
Thoughts and prayers to his family. Great memories from chucks, Al’s band, playing pool with Henry.... and He ru hockey stories. Your smile and wit will be missed.
 

Russell Struck posted on 12/13/20
Sorry for your lost. Prayers to you all.
 

Stacia posted on 12/13/20
One of my favorite memories of Keith was when he sang a song for our wedding to get us to kiss :). Our hearts are very heavy as we share in his shocking loss. Sending all of our love, prayers and support to Roz, Elizabeth, Henry, Kellie, Tom and the Quinn boys. We love you all. -Stacia and Dave McDermott and family
 

Laura Kinerk posted on 12/13/20
Our hearts ache for Keith and his family. This is a great loss not only for them, but for the village and all those who knew him. He will surely be missed.
 

Amy Caslow posted on 12/13/20
This floods my heart with so many emotions. As a human on this earth I cannot begin to imagine how you and your entire family must be feeling. While I never really got to know Jon, I knew Nikki....and Jami and parents. So I've known of Jon's journey. Such an amazing family built on a strong faith foundation. Please accept my deepest condolences. Know that we will remember you in our prayers. May God give you all that Peace that passes all understanding as you walk these days a second time this year. Hugs and love from afar....
 

Rick and Jody Espinoza posted on 12/13/20
Amy and family, I learned of Larry’s passing just moments ago. I was aware that he was in hospice however so knew the time was near. Your strength for your family is immense and I pray for God’s continued uplifting of your soul. Our condolences to you and the children
 

Diane posted on 12/13/20
Sending condolences from my dad Roger Tuttle. He would have loved to attend the Masonic service but staying close to home due to Covid. He sends his best to your family.
 

Michelle Goncalves posted on 12/13/20
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. I wished that I had the right words to express my condolences. I may have not known Keith well but I have been told stories of him and know he will be missed with love and fondness.
 

 
Mike & Kelsey Brown posted on 12/13/20
Send you all so much love! Keith will forever be in our hearts ♥️
 

Steve Thompson posted on 12/13/20
I love you Keith. Your family will always mean so much to me. Thank you for your friendship. I will never forget your wedding. It was an amazing day filled with love. I miss you and I want you to know that Elizabeth, Henry and Roz will always have our love and support.
 

 
Meaghan McCasland posted on 12/12/20
Keith’s big personality and jokes will be missed. He could always make anyone laugh and lit up the room. Heaven gained a great person.
 

Ennis and Carol Zajmi posted on 12/12/20
We are deeply saddened to hear of Keith's passing, and our thoughts and prayers to go out to Elizabeth, Henry, and to the rest of Keith's family and many, many friends. Keith was, very simply, a part of the fabric of Fontana. No matter how busy Chucks might be, Keith found a moment to flash you a smile, or come across the bar to shake your hand... he knew your name, and remembered your favorite beer. When business at Chucks was slower, the conversation often turned to music and guitars which put smiles on both our faces. As I write this, I'm realizing too that of all the great staff at Chucks, it was Keith that we first got to know on a 'name' basis some 20+ years ago. Thank you Keith for always having been such a great guy...you will be missed by many, and your memory will always be part of the 'fabric' of our wonderful Fontana. Carol and Ennis
 

Renee carreno posted on 12/12/20
Elizabeth, May all your fond memories and deep bond with your incredible family and friends carry you through. You radiate light and may Henry and you find comfort in all that surround you. Hugs, prayers, and love my friend. Keith was surrounded by such love by all of you and always will. My deepest condolencesI wish words could comfort you. Thinking of you all the time ❤️
 

Gina Macchitelli posted on 12/12/20
We are devastated by Keith’s passing and our prayers and love are with Elizabeth, Henry, their families and his many friends. He was a great person who will be missed immensly. Gina & John Macchitelli
 

Gina Macchitelli posted on 12/12/20
We are devastated ..about Keith’s passing and our thoughts, prayers and love are with Elizabeth, Henry and their families ..as well as his many friends... Gina & John Macchitelli
 

Rob Hall posted on 12/12/20
I’m really gonna miss him. RIP my friend.
 

MIKE AND GINNY MCCARTHY posted on 12/12/20
WE JUST WANT TO SAY HOW SORRY WE ARE TO HEAR ABOUT JON.HE WAS A GOOD MAN,WHO WILL BE MISSED BY EVERYONE. HE WAS A GOOD CHRISTIAN AND I'M SURE HE'S LOOKING DOWN AT US WITH A BIG SMILE ON HIS FACE. I KNOW THE LORD WILL BE WITH US ALL DURING THIS SAD,SAD TIME. MIKE& GINNY MCCARTHY
 

Kerry and Jay Cors posted on 12/12/20
Amy and children Uncle Jay and I are so very sorry for your loss. I will always remember Larrys smile and he would always give me a hug. You are all such a lovely family and have taught us all about Love and kindness and joy. The lord has wrapped his loving arms around Larry and will help you through this time. Know that I am here for you and can help out in any way that you need me. We love you all so very much.Uncle Jay and Aunt Kerry
 

Diane Jennings posted on 12/12/20
Jim was an awesome person. He was there for my Mom (Millie) every step of the way. We all loved him and will miss him.
 

Steve Bredall posted on 12/12/20
My heartfelt condolences to Tom' family and friends. I also grew up with Tom and Vinton IA and played basketball and baseball with him. He was a great teammate and a good friend who I will always remember.
 

Cindy Weeks posted on 12/12/20
I remember Larry from school. He was a kind and funny guy. I am so sorry for your loss and my heart goes out to you and your children.
 

Joe Fairless posted on 12/12/20
Cousin Larry spent a lot of time at our house as a youngster as my mom babysat him until Jackie picked him up after she got off work. So he and I played together a lot as kids. Larry was always a good sport! We both took up bowling and subsequently bowled together as teenagers at Highway Lanes in Aurora. He became a pretty decent bowler. Years later I joined a team with my Dad, Larry, and his Uncle Bill Wheeler at Fox River Lanes in Yorkville. Larry and I bowled together for 5 seasons. I always enjoyed being around Larry. He had a lot of charm and was competitive when it came to sports. He went on to marry a special girl and father a wonderful family, all of whom should feel proud of their husband and father. I will always have fond memories of Larry and our times spent together. The team still bowls on Tuesday nights at Yorkville Bowl under the name Kirk's Keglerz, in honor of Larry's last name. Rest in peace, Cousin Larry.
 

Jan Farrell posted on 12/11/20
My heart was captured by Jon the six year old. I would come over to the Turner household to hang out with the kids. I enjoyed Jon the baseball player. I am sure he didn’t remember me, but I have always had a soft spot for Nikki, Jami, and Jon. I pray God continues to wrap you in a blanket of comfort. God knows your hearts are hurting. Grief is a process that takes as long as it takes. God is with you on this journey. My love and prayers to all the Turners, especially Jasmin and Jon’s children.
 

Shannon Fader posted on 12/11/20
Jasmin, I have been following your journey for quite some time, and every step of the way being reminded that even though one person's race may be finished God's plan is always unfolding. I pray that you and the kids will experience the peace that surpasses all understanding, that all your kids will come to a saving knowledge, and that God's people will provide love and support in such a way that it would cause you to glorify God. Much love, Shannon (Theobald) Fader
 

John Zidlicky posted on 12/11/20
Sadly Larry Kirk has lost his battle with cancer. He was one of the coolest cats I knew. And he loved his Camaros! Every morning at my bus-stop at the farm I would see Larry fly by in one. Rest easy now my friend. You fought a courageous battle, but God has a plan for you. Fly on up high till you touch the sky, we will see eachother again some day!
 

 
Jan Farrell posted on 12/11/20
I used to come over to the Turner household when I was a senior in high school. Ari and I were friends. I loved being with the Turners because they had a house full of kids. My favorite summer was before I went to college. I came over to play baseball with Nikki, Jami and Jon. Ari was on a mission trip. Jon was a cute six year old who captured my heart. I am pretty sure he never remembered those times, but I do.
 

Kerry Ryan Shay posted on 12/11/20
Dearest Amy, I'm so very sorry that your family is going through this time of grief. I'm sending you my very deepest condolences. I will continue to pray for you and your family. Sending you love and peace.
 

Jeff and Shenny Walker posted on 12/11/20
Our prayers for the Lord to comfort and strengthen your hearts, Jasmine. Much love, Jeff and Shenny Walker
 

John & Pat Hambly posted on 12/11/20
Condolences to all the Leedy family members for the loss of someone so important and special to in your life. Wishing you moments of peace & comfort in your memories
 

Carolina Zaha posted on 12/11/20
Amy, he fought hard for you and the children. I am so sorry for your loss. He kept fighting and fighting as long as he could. You were so brave and supportive and such a loving example of what a wife should be. Prayers continue for your strength as you face the challenges in the days ahead. From near and far, you are wrapped in love and prayers and concern for you and those precious children.
 

Mary Ann Petersen posted on 12/11/20
Jim will be missed by the member of Yorkville Order of the Eastern Star where I had the pleasure of serving with him in the East. My thoughts and prayers are with his whole family in there loss.
 

Trina Keller posted on 12/11/20
Dena - I am so very sorry for your loss. I hope tomorrow you find comfort in being with all those you love. Sending a virtual hug..
 

Bond Family posted on 12/11/20
Our love and prayers continue for you all Jasmin. So sorry hon. We miss Jon already... Praying comfort and peace and love surround you all!
 

Michele Riley Willis posted on 12/11/20
Bob and Family - I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your dad. It's always hard to lose a parent no matter our age. Michele
 

 
David Turner posted on 12/11/20
Love you buddy!
 

Carol Hanson posted on 12/11/20
There will never be another Jim! Whether you saw him at church, the grocery store or at the dental office where I worked, there was always a "hi, how are ya"? He touched many lives and will not be forgotten by all of us who knew him.
 

Sherry (Mayes) Stewart posted on 12/11/20
We have so many good memories of Mr. Follmer while we were growing up. He will be missed. We are so sorry for your loss.
 

Dennis Komnick posted on 12/10/20
Im sorry for your loss, you have my deepest sympathy.
 

Dennis Komnick posted on 12/10/20
Dear Leedy family, I was saddened when I saw this tonight. Your mom was a wonderful lady. I could remember she always had a smile on her face and kind words to say. You all have my deepest sympathy. Sincerely, Dennis Komnick
 

John Paddock posted on 12/10/20
From one Vietnam veteran to a fallen Brother. God Bless.
 

Bill Evans posted on 12/10/20
So sorry for your loss Trish.
 

Marsha Martin posted on 12/10/20
My condolences. I knew Mike through Tricia. He always had a smile on his face, and a twinkle in his eye. It was no surprise to read that he liked to pull pranks and joke around! I hope in time fond memories of Mike's antics help ease the feelings of sadness and loss.
 

Sherrie Dawonn posted on 12/10/20
I am so sorry for the loss of Mike. he will be missed in the community. he did such great work. Bill and Sherrie Dawson
 

John and Carolyn Warfield posted on 12/10/20
Mike was a good friend for years and we used his craft in our business many times. May God bless him in heaven and give him peace. We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Mike and extend our deepest condolences to the family. May God bless him in heaven now and forever.
 

Mark Michel posted on 12/10/20
So sorry for you loss my prayers are with your family
 

 
Jeri posted on 12/9/20
Love u, dena, rikki & al
 

Jennifer Bidlack posted on 12/9/20
Dena - I am very sorry to hear of Rods passing. My condolences go out to you and the family.
 

Grace and Wayne posted on 12/9/20
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Leedy family. She was a kind and thoughtful lady. She will be greatly missed by her family. Sincerely, Wayne and Grace Olson and family.
 

Barbara McCarty posted on 12/9/20
My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Alice will truly be missed but is already one of heavens special angels. God’s peace and comfort.
 

Carmelita Leifheit posted on 12/9/20
My condolences to Jim and Barb and family for the loss of your loved one. May God comfort you in your time of sorrow.
 

Dave Braden posted on 12/9/20
Hi, Every time we talked Mrs Leedy was so friendly, always a smile on her face. She always took the time to talk. I also remember her always busy doing something for Cross, serving God. I will miss the time we talked and her friendliness.
 

Hugh Mossman posted on 12/9/20
My condolences to the family. Tom and I were high school friends in Vinton IA and team mates on the baseball and basketball teams. We played baseball together starting very early in pee wee with coach Roy Johnson. We both were pitchers ( Tom left handed and me right). Many memories playing basketball on the concrete court behind our house on 2nd ave, which Tom's brother, Terry, helped pour. We lost touch with each other after high school, but he was a good friend and from the obituary, a wonderful family man who will be missed.
 

Tina Fitzgerald posted on 12/9/20
Sending thoughts and prayers to Nickole and all of your family. So sorry for your loss.
 

Phil Keithley posted on 12/8/20
Prayers for Penny and the family. I'm sure he will be missed.
 

Mike McBride posted on 12/7/20
Deepest condolences, prayers for family
 

Mike McBride posted on 12/7/20
Deepest condolences,
 

John and Carolyn Warfield posted on 12/7/20
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Rod as he was a long time friend for Years. May God bless him in heaven and give him peace now.
 

Gene Feldott posted on 12/7/20
Our deepest sympathy to the family of Robert Johnston. from Gene & Dar Feldott (your old bowling buddy)
 

Sue (Zemblowski) Lee posted on 12/7/20
We were in school together at BFHS. He was such a nice guy. I'm so sad to hear of his passing...way too soon. My sympthay to his family.
 

Willie cuellar posted on 12/7/20
So sorry for the loss he was a great brother inlaw .My Condolences to Dena and Rickie and the rest of his family RIP MY FRIEND.
 

Tim & Stacie Hudson posted on 12/7/20
Dena, Tim and I are so very sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. We are sending you virtual hugs and praying for comfort of peace for you and your family.
 

Janet Ward posted on 12/7/20
So sorry to hear of your loss. Uncle Charles, and the kids will be in my prayers for comfort at this very sorrowful time.
 

Gary Odenweller posted on 12/6/20
My sincere condolences to Heidi and the rest of Tom's family. I remember Tom fondly as a good and kind person with a wonderful sense of humor and a strong concern for the welfare of other people. He will be sorely missed, not only by his family, but also by all those people with whom he came into contact throughout his life. I will keep you all in my prayers.
 

Marie Powers posted on 12/6/20
Debbie had a beautiful spirit and her light shone to all who knew her. We first really met in 2006 and I wish it had been sooner. We went to a musical that my daughter was performing at in high school, and it continued from there, the friendship was cemented. Speaking of my daughter, she said the family to her was "Aunt Debbie, Uncle Steve, and younger brother Brian." All of that is true. They will be family to us forever. Debbie's light cannot be extinguished. We will carry it with us.
 

Eda Karina Rodas Barron posted on 12/5/20
Familia Rodas les enviamos nuestra más sentida condolencia ,estamos con ustedes a la distancia,esperamos puedan encontrar resignación y paz, Dios lo tiene en su gloria ya que fue un gran esposo y padre.les mandamos un inmenso abrazo a todos.un beso a todos.
 

William Van Buskirk posted on 12/4/20
Oh my goodness, we have lost a real sweetheart. Mary had such a good heart and always had something nice to say. I will always remember her smile when she would greet me. Bill
 

 
JENNIFER L NEWCOMER posted on 12/4/20
Miss you
 

JENNIFER L NEWCOMER posted on 12/4/20
Mommy, There are so many memories. I was on my way and I had presents and I wrote you. The most honest smallest paragraph. I know you've heard me. I know your not in pain. And if you are anywhere you are begging Jodhy and whispering in his ear to fight. You taught me the love of the Sea. Raised us on Jimmy Buffett and the Eagles, you were the beach girl. Now I'll live that dream for you somehow. You were gone to fast. I'm so sorry. We are taking care of joshy and will never give up, just like you didn't. We all love you, and mommy insists you so much . .. ♡ I'll talk to you everyday and I'll wait.. x♡x♡ mama.
 

 
James C Pankow Jr posted on 12/4/20
1974 Hinckley, IL The Eagles " Best of my Love" See you again someday Mary!
 

Kathy Hertz posted on 12/3/20
Dear Donna, so sorry to hear about Glenn. Butch & I send our heartfelt condolences & prayers to you & Damon.
 

 
JENNIFER Lyn NEWCOMER posted on 12/3/20
I love you, I'll say more later. You did not deserve this. Rest now Mommy. We love you so much.
 

Mary Ellen Bushnell posted on 12/3/20
Sympathy to you and your brother on the death of your Mother. We had many good times together and I considered her a true friend. It was hard to see her in the last few years. It has been quite awhile since I tried to see her. The last time she did not know me and did not want to see me. I will remember her as she was in her good days and all the great times we had together.
 

Brian posted on 12/3/20
Cheryl and I are very sorry to learn of Glenn's passing. We send our condolences to Donna and all members of Glenn's family. We have fond memories of good times at RHS, Kutztown, Friday night poker games, etc. We send our sincerest sympathies...
 

Jane Camporese posted on 12/2/20
My dear friends. I'm having trouble finding words. I believe we met in 1998 and from my heart I can honestly say the pleasure has been all mine. We have shared so many fond memories that I will always treasure. Deb, you are all over my house, as you have always so thoughtfully and generously spoiled me with the best gifts. I will never forget the Superbowl parties, the home demonstrations, the craft shows, the annual jewelry show, the cabana boy summer nights in the pool, and most loved 4th of July's in Fontana. Rest in eternal peace sweet Deb, You will be missed. Love, Jane
 

Kelly Kerlin Allen posted on 12/2/20
Deeply sorry for your loss, sending love and prayers to Steve and Brian. Debbie will be greatly missed. God Bless.
 

Mark Allen Siebenaller posted on 12/2/20
We are sorry for your loss but please know that we are here for support. Your family has been amazing in how you took care of Deb. We wish you find comfort in knowing you did the best you could in a very tough situation. God Bless and we will continue to keep you in our prayers.
 

Sylvia Kerlin posted on 12/2/20
My good friend of 20 years you are at peace now and will be missed dearly. We met in Jack and Brians kindergarten class and you have been a great friend ever since. I will miss our lunches, your laugh and kindness. Love, Sylvia
 

Eileen Gamberdino posted on 12/2/20
Dear Steve and Brian, So sorry to hear about Deb. You were fortunate to have such a loving person in your lives. Whenever I met with you and Deb, she was always hospitable and pleasant. May eternal light shine upon her. With Deep Sympathy, Eileen Gamberdino
 

Daryl and Pat Massey posted on 12/2/20
A life well lived...she left the world a better place than when she came...We are grateful to have known her...our love and condolences Steve and Brian.
 

Thomas Dymerski posted on 12/1/20
Steve, Our condolences. Saddened and shocked at the same time. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. with sincere sympathy, Tom & Jenny
 

Mark & Shirley Hopkins posted on 12/1/20
Steve, The long struggle Deb went through is over; she is at peace now. I hope both you and son Brian can keep the great memories alive, while putting this past year of struggle behind you. Condolences to you, Brian, and her family. Maybe gone from this Earth, but never from your memories......❤️
 

JoAnne Rouse posted on 12/1/20
Dear Steve and Brian, May you feel peace and comfort during this sad time. We will be thinking of Debbie and all of Maresso family especially tomorrow. Sincerely, Cousin Jo Anne and Bill
 

 
JoAnne Rouse posted on 12/1/20
Prayer for Debbie for everlasting LOVE and may her light be here on earth for her husband Steve and son Brian.
 

Laura Shields Family posted on 12/1/20
With hopeful thoughts, condolences and great big hugs, we are sending love and prayers to you and yours. We will light a candle in her memory.
 

The McHenry County Wireless Association posted on 12/1/20
Steve, we were saddened to hear of Deborah's passing. Know that we are thinking about you and your family and are in our prayers during this difficult time for your family. With deepest sympathy, The McHenry County Wireless Association
 

Ron Cone posted on 12/1/20
Steve, So sorry to hear of your wife's passing. You and your family will be in my prayers. Ron Cone (N9YTX)
 

Father Matthew Lamoureux posted on 11/30/20
May Rosemary’s soul rest in peace. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. In Jesus and Mary, Fr. Matthew Lamoureux, MIC Pastor St. Patrick Parish
 

Father Matthew Lamoureux posted on 11/30/20
May Josephine's soul rest in peace. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. In Jesus and Mary, Fr. Matthew Lamoureux, MIC Pastor St. Patrick Parish
 

Cindy Bangert posted on 11/30/20
I enjoyed serving Helen on Taco Tuesday at Kip & Deb’s; it was a chance for me to give back to Helen after all that she did for others over the years. Helen and I share the same middle name, and we were both born in October! God’s peace be with all who are missing her... farewell until we meet again, dear Helen. Cindy and Orson
 

Thelma (Ragnes) Leighty posted on 11/30/20
You have my sympathy as you grieve your dear father. You will have him always in your heart.
 

Everett Mitchell posted on 11/29/20
Sorry to here about John's passing. We cannot be with you for services but our thoughts and prayers are with you. It was a pleasure working with and for John. We tried to keep in touch by phone at least once a week. we enjoyed many good times together with John and Ruth. Everett and Elaine Mitchell
 

Ruth and Floyd Derby posted on 11/29/20
We remember you well, Annie---When you stopped e-mailing us we knew something was wrong. Howard, it has been a pleasant time---take care and God bless you.
 

Diane Bristol posted on 11/29/20
Prayers from the entire Tuttle family.
 

Diane Bristol posted on 11/29/20
Prayers from the entire Tuttle family. You are all in our thoughts
 

Joe Spitzzeri posted on 11/29/20
David and Kathi my sincere condolences on your loss. The lord works in mysterious ways. One day you'll learn the answer tontye question, why now. God bless all of you.
 

Jerry & Kris Farber posted on 11/28/20
To the Dockstader Family: It is with deepest sympathy we heard the news about Ryan. He was such a fun person to be around and I truly enjoyed being around him. We are praying and thinking of all of you.
 

Glenna S Weaver posted on 11/28/20
So sorry to hear of your father's death, Ray. May God comfort you and your family at this sad time of loss. Glenna (Saxe) Weaver
 

Irene Hammett posted on 11/28/20
Always enjoyed watching her sing in the concerts at Calvary Church with a beautiful smile!
 

The Macys posted on 11/28/20
So very sorry to hear this, we head she was not well, a wonderful lady, we always enjoyed talking to her when we were in Friendly, she loved and was so proud of her family, Gods blessing to each of u
 

 
Glenn Boss Jr. posted on 11/28/20
I remember meeting Helen when she worked with my Dad at Ajay. I latter worked there with her and Philly at Wright st. When exercise was big. Many fun times together. So sorry for your loss.
 

Kathy Dandurand posted on 11/27/20
I am so sorry for your loss! My thoughts and prayers are with you all!
 

Diane Layton posted on 11/27/20
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May you find comfort wrapped in God’s loving arms through The days ahead. With deepest sympathy , Diane and Gary Layton
 

 
Penny posted on 11/27/20
She really super lady hung around her daughters she will be missed sorry for loss Burrus family
 

Tricia Koch posted on 11/27/20
Melissa and Family, So sorry to hear about the passing of Papae. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Karen & Randy Cooper posted on 11/27/20
The earth has lost a gentle steward. Marian, your light will continue to shine through the hearts of all of us who loved you.
 

Sharon kent posted on 11/25/20
My thoughts & prayers are with & your family during this very sad time in your lives.
 

Robert Frye posted on 11/25/20
To the Dockstader family: you have my deepest condolences. To me there is nothing more tragic than losing a son or daughter, especially in their prime of life. Dave, we’ve known each other for many years my friend. Please know my prayers are for you and your son. You’re a pretty grounded person but I know this is more than anyone is made to be able to understand or handle. You always went to me whenever you saw me and we always got along well. If you need anything my friend please let me know. 2020 has been the worst of our lives ever but this is far beyond what anyone should have to deal with. Your friend always, Bob Frye
 

Snad posted on 11/25/20
So sorry for your loss! My thoughts are with your entire family!
 

 
Sue Stark posted on 11/24/20
Debbie, Sorry to hear of the passing of your mom. I remember, her and humor. 100 hundred years That's amazing. Again. Blessings to you. Susan Stark
 

Jane Corneils posted on 11/24/20
So sorry for your loss. Jane and Chuck
 

Maryhelen Bidasio posted on 11/24/20
My deepest sympathy on the loss of your mother and sister. While we only reconnected at high school reunions, we were fast friends in grade school, double dated freshman year prom! If you don't have pictures of her from that era, I will be happy to e-mail you some. I can assure you, the sassy sense of humor she had as an adult, started in her youth.
 

Ray Shippell posted on 11/24/20
I got to meet Dirk through America's Army. He was a great teammate and we hit it off right away; swapped email addressed and stayed in contact out of game. It saddened me when he told me what he was facing; another buddy gone. My prayers go out to his family and friends.
 

Bill Haran posted on 11/23/20
As fellow manufacturers reps, Steve and I worked many an event together through the years. I will miss our interactions. He was always happy to see you and a pleasure to talk with. My deepest condolences to his family and friends. RIP.
 

Carol Hanson posted on 11/21/20
My deepest sympathy to all of Bob's family. Bob and Althea were one of those couples that I was privileged to know. Their smiles and laugh would fill a room with joy! Cherish your memories as will all of us who knew them. God's blessing on all of you.
 

Michelle Griffin posted on 11/20/20
Our deepest sympathy to you Matt, Mattison, Teagan and your entire family. Our heart breaks for your loss. Tracy was a fighter and it's evident how much she loved being a mom and how much she loved her famiy. She is your guardian angels now watching over you all. You are in our thoughts and prayers today and in the coming days.
 

 
Laura Osborne posted on 11/20/20
Deepest sympathy and heartfelt prayers to the family.
 

 
Cherie A Locascio posted on 11/20/20
My heartfelt condolences go out to all of you. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Beautiful eulogy Kelly. Love Cherie
 

 
wayne F cline posted on 11/20/20
I first met Marvin one day in Fairdale ,ILL and he was such a kind person. He helped me out with several projects and he would always give me and my son fresh produce out of his garden .He was a joy to talk to. Every time he would go past my home ,he would wave a me and my son. I will miss him greatly .My sympathies to the Henke Family. God Bless you all.
 

 
Sarah Harazmus posted on 11/20/20
You taught me everything I knew about being a woman, good and bad. I love you with all of my heart mom. I will miss you forever. The only thing that brings me some peace is knowing you are no longer suffering and in pain. Rest easy mom, until we meet again on the other side of that rainbow. ❤
 

Mike Novak posted on 11/19/20
Sorry for your loss Steve was a fantastic person to interact with in the business world of today and also the past 25 years when car audio was at the top. Had a great time with him in local distributors events that occurred in this area.
 

Marvin Barnes posted on 11/19/20
I'm very sorry for the passing of my lifetime friend. Marv & I grew up together since grade school at West School and graduated together in the Class of '71. He had the heart of a lion and would do anything to help a friend or a classmate. He definitely lived life to its fullest. My deepest sympathies and most sincere condolences to all of Marv's family. RIP my friend. Marvin Barnes
 

Carole Theesfeld posted on 11/19/20
All our prayers to all of you. Tracy's love and memory will be with all of us always. Tracy is now in heaven with Santa. We will always have both of them watching over all of us. All my love and prayers. LOVE. Mrs. Santa, Carole
 

 
Julie Navlyt posted on 11/18/20
My condolences to the Stanek family. I had the pleasure of meeting Tracy, Matt and the girls through St. Benedict Faith Formation. They are an inspiration to all of us. She will be dearly missed. God has brought a new angel home. God Bless.
 

Jennifer Gallagher posted on 11/18/20
I am so sorry to hear about Tracy. I was friends with Kelly and Tracy was the big sister I never had growing up. I have so many great memories being at the Brogelman house. Tracy had so many talents and had such a wonderful laugh. My deepest condolences.
 

Paul Nachreiner posted on 11/18/20
So sorry for your loss. Our deepest sympathy to the entire family. I have known Steve for many years and enjoyed doing business with him. Whether it was the daily grind, or the comradery at an industry event, or dinner out during a trade show, Steve always had a positive presence. He has been a force in the Car Audio Community in this region for many years and will be deeply missed.
 

steve & Jeannette posted on 11/18/20
We are going to truly miss that contagious smile and his jokes. Such a great guy who always lit the room up with laughter. Our car shows will never be the same without you! Everyone been sending DM to let us know how much fun they had with him at the car shows. Just know he's a awesome person. Our condolences goes out to his family! Xtreme Kustoms Wheels Inc.
 

Craig Bower posted on 11/18/20
I'm sorry for your loss Marcia Max Sara Patty Rich Randy & the Fahlmark family The great times and memories will be with me forever.mmiss you buddy my deepest condolences go out to the Fahlmark family & friends R.I.P. Stevie
 

Craig Bower posted on 11/18/20
I'm so sorry for your loss Marcia Max Sara Patty Rich Randy &the Faulmark family all the great times & memories will always be with me forever. Miss you buddy my deepest condolences to all of the Fahlma family & friends rip Stevie
 

 
Jenny Christopher posted on 11/18/20
Tracy was one of my first friends when I moved to Marengo. I remember walking around the subdivision where she & Matt grew up. We had the best time! You will always be missed Tracy.
 

Edith Jeffreys posted on 11/18/20
I was a dinner guest of Tom & Gale's, Tracy was very excited as she was about to go (if I remember correctly) on what was her first school prom/dance. Tracy was bubbling with excitement, most of the conversation was on what sort of dress/gown she would like to have. what colour, short or long etc. etc. As I am from the UK I was not familiar with the custom, Tracy just glowed!
 

Jennifer posted on 11/18/20
I'm so sorry for your loss. I helped Steve at the credit union, and he was always a happy, very sweet man. He will be missed. ♥
 

Carol posted on 11/18/20
So many cherished memories with Tracy. Such a thoughtful friend, loving wife and Mother. She always left everything better than she found it. Never moody or complicated, just engaged in life and all is wonderful aspects. Whether, decorating, crafting, gardening orteaching she made so much effort. "Good Gravy", I'm blessed to have known her. Matt, Matti andTeagan, I will always be here for you to help in anyway and to celebrate the happy memories with Tracy.
 

John and Ruth Hodnik posted on 11/18/20
Our condolences to all of Bette's family. She could light up a room with her smile and laughter. We will miss you dear cousin.
 

Brian Land posted on 11/18/20
Steve was top notch as a manufacturer's rep. Having him as a rep for various product lines over the last 17 years, I can say he always had my back. I will truly miss our frequent phone conversations. He always found time to swap stories and to share a laugh. I found his ever present positive attitude and ever present grin to be truly infectious. He was so much more than just a rep, he was also a friend. My sincere condolences to his family.
 

Marty Alsabbah posted on 11/17/20
R.I.P Steve. We will never forget you and your smile. Our deepest sympathy for your family and friends.
 

Marty Alsabbah posted on 11/17/20
R.i.p Steve. You will be missed dearly. I will never forget your smile every time we met. My deepest sympathy to your family and friends.
 

KJ&Angelita Jin posted on 11/17/20
We are going to miss Mom Anderson! She was definitely one of a kind! She was the only person to get KJ out on the dance floor at K2s wedding! We have great memories from her visit. Condolences to her family! Sending hugs from Arizona!
 

Jasen Kubowski posted on 11/17/20
Steve Fahlmark was cherished as a friend, a rep, and a mentor!! Sales is all about relationships and this guy was definitely the best at that!! We only had good times together. Mostly in Vegas at the Elvis suite where Steve wined and dined us as he served us cocktails and then the dinners to follow at SW steakhouse. Those events will not be the same without him. It truly has been a pleasure having our friendship together. My heart is heavy for this loss!! My condolence goes out to the Fahlmark family and friends!!!
 

Roger hulsebus posted on 11/17/20
Family and friends of Jessie.. Saddened by our loss Jessie and Ralph were and still are an important part of my journey... I would just stop in and always got a smile a story and hug..my chiropractors always found Jessie as one of their favorites... Bless you Jessie Roger hulsebus dc
 

Shelley (Anderson) Gatrel posted on 11/17/20
My condolences to Nate, Kent, Janit and extended family. One of many memories is hanging out at the Anderson home from time to time during my school years. Your mother was always a happy go lucky person. What a HOOT!! Now and then I would run into your mother while shopping. We could strike up a conversation for a lengthy time, it was great catching up on this, that, or the other. Then there was times I would ride thru Sharon and see her proudly mowing lawn on her rider, along with her beautiful flowers and PACKER flag and ornaments. Now is your time to ride in greener pastures! RIP PAULINE!!!
 

 
Laura Jenkins posted on 11/17/20
We are so heartbroken to hear about Steve. We have very fond memories of Steve from high school. He was truly a kind, genuine and good hearted person. May all the wonderful memories bring you peace. Laura & Kelly Jenkins
 

 
Beth Snyder posted on 11/17/20
I'm so sorry for your loss. Steve was a wonderful person who had a friend everywhere he went. I always saw him with his awesome smile and a laugh. He made everyone feel welcome. I wish I was able to be there - if there is anything I can do to help please let me know. You are in my prayers. RIP Steve.
 

 
Robert Smith posted on 11/17/20
She was fun , caring and easy to get to know. I felt like she was a friend from the first tim we met. She will be missed.
 

Cindy Bangert posted on 11/17/20
Jessie was such a great lady and would often talk about her wonderful grandchildren. She said they made her life more complete. Jessie will be missed. God’s peace be with you... Orson and Cindy
 

Barb and Dennis Maas posted on 11/17/20
We will miss our mom #2. She was always so welcoming when we visited. Always worried when we left by bike, had to text her when we got home to let her know we were safe. I will especially miss our private messaging on random days. She will always be remembered. The matriarch is watching out for us up above. God bless you mom and lead you to your happy place, say hi to Elaine❤️
 

Jeffery German posted on 11/17/20
Gonna miss her dearly, best neighbor I could ever ask for. Like a second mom to me. I'm going to miss our long conversations, and the years of wisdom she shared with me. Until we meet again, safe travels and I will see you on the other side. Love you!
 

Larry & Vel Derdzinski posted on 11/16/20
Our prayers and deepest sympathy to Bette’s family. The world just lost an amazing lady. She was so devoted to God, family, work and her friends. Bette always had a big smile and hug for you. She was one in a million and will be greatly missed. Larry & Vel Derdzinski
 

David Simmons posted on 11/16/20
RIP Cous, prayers to your wife, kids and extended family . Your smile will be missed.
 

John L Kelly Jr posted on 11/16/20
Steve was one of the best sales Rep I have ever work with. He was always up and always selling product. God bless I will surely miss him and his smile. John Kelly formerly with Epsilon
 

Scott & Peggy Krieger posted on 11/16/20
RIP Steve . Our thoughts and prayers are with you Marsha and your children. Steve was a great guy and he always had a smile on his face. He will be missed
 

Ed Dalesandro posted on 11/16/20
Steve O was the ultimate in the "get up and go" way of thinking. I am proud to have been part of the car audio revolution that we owned in the 80's and 90's to start the wave of performance car audio. As members of the Rockford rep force we dominated and Steve O was at the forefront. Listening to he and Tom Baleistreiri talk about Chicago stuff was classic, and the stories got bugger as Chuck, Tom's dad chimed in. I had soooo much fun with Steve O and am proud to have served next to him. I believe a person is defined by the reaction on peoples face when you say their name. When you say Steve O I smile and laugh. Car audio in heaven is growing in popularity with Bruce Terrell, Carl Kawauchi and Steve O heading up the gang. I was just on a webinar with he and his son, who had started a new rep firm. I was so envious that he brought youth to the rep business, something that I was not ale to do. Max, I hope you carry the torch!
 

Cathy Fassler posted on 11/15/20
All that knew you....loved you. I will miss you dearly, Stevie. My deepest condolences to the entire Fahlmark family.
 

Thom Balistrieri posted on 11/15/20
My condolences. So sorry for your lose. Steve was a great person.
 

Thom Balistrieri posted on 11/15/20
My condolences. So sorry for you lose. Steve was a great person .
 

Rhonda Cheney posted on 11/15/20
My sympathy to all of Bette's family. I met Bette when I moved to Sugar Grove in 1976. She was a wonderful lady and a great friend. My mother drove from Leland for many years to have Bette do her hair. Everyone will miss her smiles and hugs!
 

don ferrari posted on 11/15/20
Always a smile, hug and a big heart. You will be missed cousin. May Gods eternal light always shine upon you.
 

Ricky Wilson posted on 11/14/20
Steve O . Just a great family man. My condolences Go out to Marsha and the kids.
 

Mary Jo Koebele posted on 11/14/20
Bette was the sweetest & kindest woman, I spent many years doing my hair & my boys hair down the basement, with lots of laughs & giggles. I remember how her husband Tom would come down in the mornings with her coffee & a kiss. She has three beautiful daughters Susie, Lori & Debbie & a loving mother Ann who are her pride & joy. Bette will truly be missed & my prayers are with her family & friends. May God Bless her soul. Mary Jo Koebele.
 

Martin J. Svensrud posted on 11/14/20
Jessie was a very bild and nice lady. We remember her very well when we meet her in Sharon in 2015. Love and prayers from. We send a Condolence to the family.
 

Bill & Trudy Mikus posted on 11/14/20
We fondly remember Betty - as a longtime friend. Her ready smile and willingness to help made her who she was - a strong and loving person. She will be greatly missed by many. Our most sincere sympathy to all the family.
 

 
Terry Hodnik posted on 11/14/20
To the best cousin ever who was always there with a smile and hug. Love you.
 

 
Mickie Haynes posted on 11/14/20
Your light in your smile will stay in our hearts forever Stevie
 

 
Barb posted on 11/14/20
So sorry for your loss.
 

 
Vicki Scott posted on 11/14/20
Too many memories to count: from Bette doing Moms and my hair for 50 years+...to her admiring her own work after doing my hair (which was greatly appreciated)..to the many tears we cried together and the big, loving hugs afterwards, I will miss you. Have a good talk with mom and please do her hair! Fly high with the angels Bette and rest well in the arms of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
 

 
Craig S Lewis posted on 11/13/20
My heart and prayers are with you all in this difficult time. Love, Craig, Julie, Brendan and Peyton
 

Cathy Raley posted on 11/13/20
I will always remember the conversations in the salon. I’m so saddened to hear this news but I know she is in a better place and with her husband and live. I will cherish all of my memories with Bette. She will always be in my heart. Hugs and prayers for all of her family.
 

Earl & Cindy Felix posted on 11/13/20
What a precious neighbor and friend that we have had the joy and privilege to know for many years! Always a smile, a laugh and a hug from dear Bette! Even came to our house one Thanksgiving afternoon to cut my very elderly grandmothers hair! My how she will be missed, she was a jewel! Our love, prayers and deepest sympathy to her entire, beautiful family! Earl and Cindy Felix
 

Stacey Holak Matson posted on 11/13/20
Bette was a wonderful person. She was a great friend to my mom. She bowled with my mom for many years. She also did her hair for many years. She did my hair as well. She will be missed by everyone that knew her. She always had a smile on her face!
 

 
Laurie Hatella posted on 11/13/20
My Mom was the most incredible woman in this entire world! She dedicated her life to family, friends, work, and mostly God. Her love and passion in her faith was the most inspiring. We shared many many prayers, scriptures, and talks about life, love and how nothing was possible without God. Mom had the most beautiful smile, and she sure loved to hug! No matter what came her way, she never complained. She battled Wegners disease for 19 years, and she always said that the good Lord gave me more time than I deserved. She made every day her best even when she wasn't her best. She loved her family, and would give the world to us all. Living so far away made it difficult to always get home as much as I would have loved to. Our time together was always so joyous and every time we would have to say goodbye she would stand in front of the window and wave until you were out of sight. Even though I wish we could of spent more time with each other, I know what we had will be forever in my heart. I am deeply lost and saddened by her passing, but I can only Imagine what she did when she met Jesus face to face. I am so very blessed to have been given the most amazing and wonderful Mom. Peace be with you Mom, until we are together again, I hope your life eternal is as amazing as you are! May you rest in Peace. All My Love Your daughter Laurie
 

Suzette posted on 11/13/20
Debbie, Jeff & families, I’m so sorry to have just learned of your moms passing. I’ll always have a lot of great memories in the Berns household while in high school. Please know we are thinking of you. Our deepest sympathy, Suzette & Rudy
 

Dorella Wilson posted on 11/13/20
Bette was a true friend. We bowled many years together. She was my hair dresser also. She was always there for you when you need to talk and listened to your problem, She will be in my thoughts and prayers always. Bette you will be missed.
 

Carol Hanson posted on 11/13/20
A lovely lady who I was privileged to know and love for so many years. Her smile lit up every room she entered or any store she walked into......what a gal. All of you will cherish your wonderful memories and, as the tears flow, your smiles will also light up the room. You are all in my thoughts and prayers now and in the days to come.
 

Pam "Blatner" Moore posted on 11/13/20
My deepest Condolences to the entire Beamish family. I will always remember Mr. Beamish with a smile on his face. Once he & Mrs. Beamish moved & left St. Joseph's Parish, they would come back to the Oktoberfest. It was always a highlight of the day to see both of them. If they didn't attend, it would be "oh, the Beamish's weren't there this year". Blessings & prayers to the entire Beamish family.
 

 
Marilyn Ciesielski posted on 11/13/20
In memory of one of the sweetest ladies I knew. I will miss seeing and visiting with you. Rest now in the loving arms of God. ❤️
 

Rira Murphy posted on 11/13/20
Bette was a great friend to a lot of people. She always had a big smile and was upbeat about everything. I will miss you a lot. God's Blessings
 

The Barba family posted on 11/13/20
Our thoughts and prayers to the Beamish family.
 

DEBBIE & RON BARON posted on 11/13/20
We worked with Ed at Mercy and he was such a nice kind man. Ed was someone you could always count on. He was 1 in a million and will be truly be missed. So sorry for your loss.
 

Arlene Kaminski posted on 11/12/20
Debbie and family, I am so sorry for the loss of your father. My thoughts and prayers are with you .
 

jose zamudio and Family posted on 11/12/20
Beamish Family , Our prayers are with you in this sad moments. the Lord receive the saul of Mr Edward and let him rest in peace.
 

Adele Keller posted on 11/11/20
I'm so sorry to hear about Mr. Beamish. Please know your family is in my thoughts and prayers. I saw the two of you at St. Patrick Parish Adoration Chapel all the time. May the Lord fill your heart with peace and hope as you trust in Him.
 

Fr. Matthew Lamoureux, MIC posted on 11/11/20
May Edward's soul rest in peace. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. In Jesus and Mary, Fr. Matt
 

Arlecia Williams posted on 11/11/20
My condolences to you and your family.
 

Melanie Guidera posted on 11/11/20
My wonderful uncle was the kindest man I knew. He was one of my most encouraging ‘fans’ when it came to music, which I was lucky enough to share a passion for with him. He loved to play and often asked me to sing for him; his favourite was ‘Don’t Cry for Me, Argentina’. I remember, when I was very little, sitting with him and copying what notes I could when he played. He was always so patient and smiling; never a cross word, never a raised voice. I found this poem yesterday, and it made me think of him, reminding me that we are always looked after by our loving departed; that cheery smile and a wave, just like at the airport when I would fly away home to England after what was always a beautiful summer. We will see them again one day, in a better place: “I cannot say, and I will not say That he is dead. He is just away. With a cheery smile, and a wave of the hand, He has wandered into an unknown land And left us dreaming how very fair It needs must be, since he lingers there.” - James Whitcomb Riley
 

Maureen Bernico posted on 11/10/20
Debbie I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family.
 

David Meyer posted on 11/9/20
Nancy White and I met as teenagers. She lived on a neighboring farm near Plano and we went horseback riding with friends. She was fun loving, adventurous and great to be around. I will always remember Nancy. My condolences to her family and close friends. David Meyer
 

David Meyer posted on 11/9/20
Nancy White and I met as teenagers. She lived on a neighboring farm and with other friends we would go horseback riding together. She was fun loving, adventurous and great to be around. I will always remember Nancy. My condolences to her family and close friends. David Meyer
 

Sherry Husa posted on 11/9/20
So sorry to hear this news. My heart goes out to Brandon and Michael. Scott was certainly one of a kind. We had stayed in touch and I know how immensely proud he was of his two sons, and how much joy he found in being a grandfather. I hope you all find comfort in all the cherished memories you have.
 

Gloria Porter posted on 11/9/20
I am so very sorry for your loss. I got to know Dirk at trivia at Ballydoyle; the C team was our biggest competition. Dirk was a wonderful person and I am sure that he will be greatly missed by your family.
 

Ted&Karen Oldeen posted on 11/6/20
Deepest sympathy to the family of Mary. She will be greatly missed. She was a soft spoken sweet lady Very kind and thoughtful. Praying God blesses her children & grandchildren. Rest in peace Mary
 

Lana Howe posted on 11/5/20
Our deepest condolences to the Skogsberg Family. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. May you all find peace in knowing he is no longer suffering and may you find comfort in the days ahead. Love, The Howe Family
 

Laura Long posted on 11/5/20
My condolences go to the entire family during this sad time because Rosa was taken to the Lord so quickly. She always had a smile on her face when I saw her, even in the hospital she put on a happy face. Being so genuine and kind to all - someone I will never forget. Prayers for the family that they realize she is not in pain anymore and is watching you and happy for you. God Bless. Laura
 

Dorothy Fitzpatrick posted on 11/4/20
My condolences to the Skogsberg family on the passing of Dirk. He will be remembered as an active member of the community and very knowledgeable on a wide range of subjects.
 

Joyce Contos posted on 11/3/20
TO KEN'S FAMILY, Ken was the best handy man a person could ask for. My family had used his services for many years. We just learned of his passing and send our deepest condolences to all of you. He was a kind gentle man that was always willing to help.
 

Nancy posted on 11/3/20
Our Deepest Condolences from Dr Meschi and staff Rush Copley
 

Angie Wilson posted on 11/2/20
I just wanted to say thank you to Mark for informing my dad Paul Bellisario of Neil's passing. Unfortunately, Paul is currently in the hospital but is aware and wanted me to pass along condolences to the family. My dad remembers Neil as the absolute best basketball player. He could make a basket from any where on the court. He said Indiana wanted him to come and play for them but Neil said he already played for "Erie U". Hope Neil meets up with the rest of the breakfast club boys that have gone before him. They all had incredible life long friendships.
 

Karla and Brent Tildahl posted on 11/2/20
Dear Frank and family, We were so sad to hear of Evie's death and we pray that God will be with you all as you grieve your loss of wife, mom, grandmother and great grandmother. She was a dear friend of ours for many years and we have missed seeing her these last years she has been housebound. We know you have been a loving caregiver for her Frank and will miss her terribly. We send our love and sympathy to all of you. Fondly, Karla and Brent Tildahl
 

Jayne Romenesko Hill posted on 11/1/20
Dear Frank and family, our most sincere condolences are sent your way, as both of our families mourn parents who were good friends for so many years. Evie was such a good friend to Mom, joining in neighborhood rummage sales and weekly coffee gatherings. Hold on to your memories. They keep her in your heart.
 

Gwen Briner posted on 11/1/20
Bonnie, we are so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you and your family and sending love and prayers.
 

Familia Mancillas Ramos posted on 10/31/20
Sentimos mucho su pérdida. Sabemos que no hay palabras que puedan calmar el dolor por el que están pasando pero sepan que estamos con ustedes durante su duelo. Les mandamos un fuerte abrazo. We are very sorry for your lost. We know there are no words that can calm the pain you are going through but please know we are with you during this grief. We send you a big hug.
 

Kerstin Villalobos posted on 10/31/20
I am so sory for your loss, Maritza... It's never easy, even more so when unexpected. Your mother was a very sweet & softspoken woman, she was always smiling. God give you His peace to get through this. Familia Villalobos Valencia
 

Linda Verba posted on 10/31/20
Family of Lenny, Thinking of you at this time of sorrow..
 

Gary& Pam Bishop posted on 10/29/20
You will truly be missed Scott, you are a kind man with a huge heart,and beautiful soul. May God wrap you in his loving arms. thank you for all the fond memories. Rest in peace and may God bless my friend. Sending prayers and love to all❤️❤️
 

Tim & Sue Merchant posted on 10/29/20
So sorry to hear of his passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
 

Gary& Pam Bishop posted on 10/29/20
Pam and I are so saddened by your passing. You are a great person Scott with a huge heart and a loving soul,You will truly be missed my friend. Thank you so much for the fond memories. May God hold you in his loving arms. Rest in peace my friend may God bless. Sending prayers to all❤️❤️.
 

JAMES KING DETZLER JANEY BAISH posted on 10/29/20
A LONGTIME FRIEND...RIP SCOTT
 

 
Randy Shook posted on 10/29/20
So sorry for you and your families loss Mike. God Bless you all in the days to come. Your old USAF buddy...Randy Shook
 

Victoria Monarrez (Daniels) posted on 10/28/20
We may have met at a party or event- I honestly don’t remember the specifics. Being it was the 70’s and we were in our late teens to early 20’s, trying to transition to adults, that will explain everything to those that lived through that amazing and precarious era. A much cherished friend of mine and the one who would have introduced us some 45 plus years ago, sent me the news of your passing. He refreshed my memories with wonderful and humorous stories of the many innocent yet utterly hysterical antics he shared in commodity with you. How wonderful to be remembered by all the fun times and countless smiles you gave! Leonard, amongst your friends, you were obviously a one-of-a-kind-guy and without question- you will be missed and most defiantly remembered forever!
 

Mitt & Annette Voss posted on 10/28/20
Frank and family, our deepest sympathies and thoughts are with you.
 

 
Dotty Shambaugh posted on 10/28/20
I worked for Charlie in PawPaw WV so many memories, I know he will be greatly missed I would like to send my condolences to Bonnie Kay and families. He always called me red. Very nice people.
 

Scott Simons posted on 10/28/20
Enjoyed Working and Playing on the Illinois River. Condolences to Family, Rest Easy My Friend
 

 
Terry Miller posted on 10/28/20
He will be missed by so m