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Mike Hinske posted on 9/30/23
Ken, Kenny, and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. As one of Dawn's former teachers and friends I always looked forward to seeing her and that great big smile. Her compassion for others and her drive to make things better for kids and the community will not be lost. One of the things I firmly believe is that we must "Make a Difference" each and every day. Dawn through her compassion and drive to help others did just that. Rest assured that she did make a big difference through her words and actions. While she may be gone, her words and actions will go forward in those of us that were blessed with knowing and working with her.

Sue Emerson posted on 9/30/23
Dawn was such a loving and caring woman. I first met her when I was on Fontana Rescue & Ken was on Fontana Fire back in the early 90's, but I didn't to really get to know her until they purchased their home next door to us. I am going to so miss our backyard visits we had from time to time. Dawn and I shared our love of nature and all of the animals that came to visit. I will miss her walking over cradling a baby bird in her hands that she found in her front yard, more than once, asking what I thought she should do with it to try to keep it safe from predators. I will miss being outside and hearing her call my name, to find her in the bedroom window holding her Granddaughter Brooklyn and Brooklyn waving and saying "Hi Sue!", which Dawn said she always had to do when she visited. Dawn absolutely LOVED being a Grandma to Brooklyn & Paige. We had some very special visits this summer while she was fighting her battle, which I will cherish always. I miss her so much and she will be greatly missed by everyone who knew her as she was such a special and caring soul. Ken and Kenny, I am so very, very sorry for your loss.

David and Ruth Nega posted on 9/28/23
Our deepest sympathies for you loss. You and your family will keep all the wonderful memories alive in your hearts.

Thomas wolworth posted on 9/28/23
My brother’s, I have only my empathy to bring me closer to you during this most difficult time. Kenny, your mom gave you to us and I loved her.for doing so! Later I came to know what a powerful love she shared. I love you Kenny, I can’t wait to meet your mom’s grandchildren. Hey dad I am sorry for you losing Dawn too early, life does not ask permission. Life goes on and we, while able will celebrate life like Dawn would do for us. Fair?? Forget about it! We face many difficult challenges or hurdles in life. Getting knocked around and knocked down is all part of getting back up! Learning you have a depth of life force reserve to encourage you to not give up and get back up so you might share the awesome love called Kenny with us for decades to come. She will be watching - all my love to you & yours - you too dad!

Nina Wilson posted on 9/27/23
Sending love to all. She will be missed.

Terry Herman posted on 9/27/23
Joe, I am so sorry for your loss. I know you have great memories that bring you peace and comfort. Sending prayers and hugs to you and the whole family.

Erin Matteson posted on 9/27/23
Such, such good memories, Sandy, of playing hearts with you and Cindy and your mom … riding to work with you to Portillos …. May you rest in peace, dear friend and neighbor … May your family find peace resting in the live and prayers of all of us surrounding them. ♥️

Cookie Dugan and family posted on 9/27/23
Our thoughts are with you all. No words to describe the sadness we feel for your loss. We we always remember Sandy, and those fun times we all spent together for the Holidays and just "get togethers. Rest in peace Sandy. Love to all! Ron, Cookie, Daniel & Jojo

Joseph Cassata posted on 9/27/23
I remember Sandy from the barbecue and dinners at her sister Cindy and my brother Tony's house I remember her smiling rest in peace

Vic & Nancy posted on 9/26/23
Our deepest sympathies to Joe and family. Nancy & Vic

Heather McKie posted on 9/26/23
I'm so sorry for your loss, deepest condolences at this very sad time

David Prizer posted on 9/26/23
I am so sorry for your loss Joe. Please accept my prayers and sympathies to you and your family.

Bill & Mary Patterson posted on 9/25/23
Joe, Mary and I were saddened to hear of your loss. Please know how very sorry we are.You're in our thoughts and prayers. Wishing you and your family strength and peace.

Kim Halvorson posted on 9/25/23
I first met Dawn at Sherri's birthday painting party!! I instantly liked her! I'm glad I got to meet her. May God bless your family.

Levonne Oreskovich posted on 9/25/23
I love Dawn and I will miss her so much. She was the kindest, most thoughtful person that I know. She was so giving, it made her happy to make someone else happy. She had such a wonderful smile. I'm sorry that she had to go through such a terrible disease. My condolences to you Ken and to your family.

Marcie Adkins posted on 9/25/23
I am so sorry to hear of Uncle Ed’s passing. All of you Knapp’s meant a lot to me. Love you.

Jason R. Gilliland posted on 9/24/23
Deepest condolences to you and your family for your loss

Susanne Kaminky Brown posted on 9/24/23
My heartfelt sympathies to Rodney and Jeff and their families and to Ronny’s entire family. I taught both boys in 6-8th grades at Big Rock Elementary. I’m so sorry for your loss and I pray that memories and the love of family will comfort and strengthen you now and in the days ahead. Sue Kaminky Brown

Dan Crego posted on 9/23/23
Our time was short together at Sage Meadow but dinner conversations will remain a highlight for me until we meet again. God speed Tom. Uncle Dan

Ted Peters posted on 9/22/23
It is with great sadness that I learned of Tom passing. Tom and I go way back as friends and as members of the Environmental Education Foundation and its mission. Tom was dedicated to making the EEF a powerful and committed force in the environmental education of Geneva Lake’s youth. He aggressively took the torch that his father ignited, nurtured, expanded, and carried it into the future. I considered Tom a very dear friend and I will miss him. He was a long-time supporter of the Geneva Lake Environmental Agency as our mission often overlapped. Tom had a way if convincing individuals to believe in and to become involved in educating our youth for a better and wiser environmental future. I thank him for those efforts and hope we will never forget him and those efforts. Rest in peace Tom as you and Ann are again united. twp.

Tom schiller posted on 9/22/23
Dawn and Kenny ,this is truly one notice I never expected to read ,even though I haven't seen u in awhile u always sounded upbeat and happy to hear from me .I'll always remember the old days when you 2 we're dating and all the fun to be had when your young .rest in peace dear as you fought the good fight ! You will be missed by all you came into contact with threw your life. my condolences to all the family and friends Tom

Nicky szolyga posted on 9/21/23
Ken I was sorry to hear of the news this week, it was such a pleasure to get to know dawn at the clinic, she was such a wonderful, sweet fun lady, will miss talking to her! I was sad I didn’t get to say goodbye to her! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family!

Cindy Manly posted on 9/21/23
Dawn was such a kind and gentle soul. I remember when I was growing up and spending time with her and her sisters. She always included my brother, Tom, and I in whatever game or activity was going on. I am so thankful to have been able to spend some time with her last month. It is a memory (one of many) that I will hold dear in my heart. Praying for you and your family.

Pam LeRoy posted on 9/21/23
Ken and Kenny, my heart aches for you. We just lost Phillip in a fatal accident and I know that your loss is so great that it seems hard to get through each day. What can be said about cousin Dawn, she was warm, inviting and had a great sense of humor. Growing up the families got together at least every other weekend. All us girls would hang out, We laughed many times at her antics. I know you are so full of grief right now, try to take the time to enjoy a good memory each day and lean on each other.

Carolyn Warfield posted on 9/21/23
Dawn was a very pleasant lady and I enjoyed her company when I bumped into her at Golden Years Retirement Home in Walworth. She had a special love for the people she was visiting and was a great person to them. May God welcome her into his arms with the same love she gave others. Rest in peace, Dawn. John and Carolyn Warfield

NancyMarks posted on 9/21/23
Dawn was a great woman! She was so kind and caring. Haven’t seen her in a few years, but her passing will be felt by those who knew and loved her! Me sympathies to Ken, Kenny and their families!

Marlyn Hollembeak posted on 9/21/23
Mike and I express our deepest sympathy for you, Sheila, Jeff, Rodney, Stacy, family and friends. Ron was such a great guy. He will be missed! We all have such great memories when our kids were growing up!! Love, Mike and Marlyn Hollembeak

Tanya Hackler posted on 9/21/23
Dawn had the most contagious smile of anyone I've ever met! My thoughts and condolences are with you Ken and Kenny. Just know that Dawn impacted and brightened so many peoples lives in a positive way.

Brad Lawson posted on 9/21/23
I am so sorry for your loss. Please accept my heartfelt condolences during this challenging time. You are all in my thoughts, and I hope you find comfort in the loving memories you shared as a family. With heartfelt condolences, Brad

Julianne Racky Dellert posted on 9/21/23
There are no words to put to shattered hearts. What a bright soul funny woman who overcame the challenges that were put in front of her. May her spirit live with in her beautiful Granddaughter keep reminding us

Fran eggleston posted on 9/20/23
i,m so very sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathy to family and friends. Dawn was so kind, sweet. she always was smiling and always had kind words for everyone. she truly will be missed. R.I.P Dawn

Samantha Rim posted on 9/20/23
Ken and family ~ I just learned the news today. I wanted to say you're in my thoughts and it was a pleasure and honor being Dawn's nurse during her treatments. We always had lovely conversation and I enjoyed hearing about your sleepovers and visits from your dad, son and grandbabies. I'm happy you had your family with you during these times. I'm sad we didn't get to say goodbye but i'll remember the last time I saw you just a short time ago when you walked in and you had your makeup done and looking oh so cute :) Know you left an impression and I will always think of you when I sing "you are my sunshine" to my girl too, cuz that's a family fave of ours too :) Many hugs....

Wendy & Ed Nowak posted on 9/20/23
Oh my gosh, I am in shock. Dawn was the kindest, sweetest person. My heart hurts for you Ken and Kenny. Please accept my condolences and my prayers for you to find peace in knowing our Lord is holding her in his arms and she will always be watching over you.

Laura Nagy (Cousin) posted on 9/20/23
Such sad news, I have been thinking a lot about you the last few weeks. I always loved your laughter growing up and the times we spent camping and hanging out at our families homes. I hope you will be at peace and spread your kind sole up above. You will be greatly missed by many.

JOHN SCHLEIFER posted on 9/20/23
So sorry to hear about your loss, i know how close you were to your dad. God Bless.

MAREE Plotke Striegel posted on 9/20/23
She was a great friend and she will be the biggest angel in the sky, and I will miss her so much. My heart goes out to you and your son and your grand children. I will dearly dearly miss her. She was the biggest heart ever and the kindest and the most sensitive person she will never ever be forgotten.

MAREE Plotke Striegel posted on 9/20/23
Dawn was my other sister. She was kind loving caring. And I could go on and on. She will be dearly missed

Kathy Cooper posted on 9/20/23
I am so incredibly proud of Dawn for the courage and stamina she showed in fighting this most horrific disease. May she rest in eternal peace. I am honored to have been able to spend time with her this summer. The hours we spent reflecting on our lives with love, laughter and tears will remain in my memory forever. I will love and miss her always. ❤️

Thomas Kwiatkowski posted on 9/20/23
Dear Ken, Kenny and family, it is with great sadness I write this message. Ken and Kenny I know your hearts ache as do so many other people Dawn knew. What a kind and gentle lady. Of course you two follow in the same vein. I feel like I am part of the family since Kenny worked for me, and you Ken have been an anchor at Dunn Lumber for decades. Dawn set an example for all to live by. How wonderful it has been for her to help this world for 58 years. Dawn’s legacy will live on in the hearts and minds of those who knew and loved her. Barb and I wish you the best and we hope you will take comfort in knowing how many people grieve along with you. Sincerely, Tom and Barb Kwiatkowski.

Stephanie Rahn posted on 9/20/23
Oh so sad. Dawn was a great and very kind lady. I’ve known her for years but did not see her often. She made an impression on me from the first time I met her. What a sweet gal. My sympathy to her whole family.

Heidi Jo Zupan-Hines posted on 9/19/23
When I first met Dawn was just graduating from high school, she was just 4 months to her 18th birthday. Our paths crossed in a bar.....and 42 two years later she was still the most loving, kind and wonderful person I met all those years ago. I love you and will miss you forever. Hugs and Kisses, Heidi Jo

Melody Stern posted on 9/19/23
To the family of Ronny Simpkins, I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. I have very fond memories of, both, Ronny and Sheila as I was growing up. My heartfelt condolences as you navigate this chapter in your lives. Hold on to those happy memories. God bless you all. Melody Stern

Cathy Daniels posted on 9/19/23
I will so miss you Uncle Ron…as my eyes fill up with more tears writing this I will ALWAYS FOREVER keep you in my heart. YOU will always be my favorite. You are a good grandpa was to his family … you ..My mom.. Uncle Butch and Grandma…a true inspiration of family and love…how a man treats a woman….( Aunt Sheila) a wife..your boys and daughter and grandkids…I will also miss our many phone conversations you and I had and ALL my nicknames LOL. Uncle Ron…just know you always put a smile on my face with your phrases and made me LOL and also our serious heart to heart talks besides the funny ones will always be branded in my heart and soul. You will be and already are missed more then words can express. I LOVE YOU SO MUCH…Your first Neice…Cathy

Carolyn Warfield posted on 9/19/23
Edna and her husband, Robert, were great people. May God welcome her into heaven with open arms and love for her life on earth.

Mary posted on 9/19/23
Dr. Engle was also my childhood dermatologist. I started going to him when I was 12. He introduced me to cosmetic peels, dermabrasion and numerous other treatments. He was a wonderful doctor and person.

Thomas Kwiatkowski posted on 9/19/23
Dear Tom, Doug, Keith,Liz and family, I was saddened to read of the passing of Tom. As past president of the Environmental Education Foundation I was privileged to work with Tom furthering the education of our young people and I am so thankful for the Reynolds family commitment to education. Tom was a gentleman and gentle man. He was devoted to his family and to Geneva Lake. Tom will be missed but I know the Reynolds family is strong and Tom’s legacy will live on in the hearts and minds of those who knew and loved him. Sincerely, Tom Kwiatkowski.

Amanda Kolstad posted on 9/18/23
Gerri babysat me when I was a little girl. Some of my favorite memories are listening to her tell stories from her long and wonderful life. She was a wonderful knitter and cross stitcher and she collected Precious Memories figurines with enthusiasm. Rest well, dear Gerri, you lived a heck of a life!

Bill & Gayle Crawford posted on 9/18/23
Very sorry for your loss. Our sympathy to Keith & all the Renolds family

Eva May Gray posted on 9/18/23
Let his light shine on in his family members

TerMaat Family posted on 9/17/23
Our prayers and special thoughts are with your family

Thomas Kwiatkowski posted on 9/15/23
Dear Nona and family, it was with great sadness that Barb and I read of the passing of Vince. What a guy, someone I have known since the mid 60s. His stories of his years on the Water Safety Patrol were mesmerizing to a young guy like me fifty years ago. We golfed together at Big Foot and I never beat him. One day I was leading by 3 holes at the turn and it rained. When we restarted I never won another hole. Oh well. Vince was a fellow you just liked hanging with. He truly was everyone’s friend and rightfully so. Nona I know you have an ache in your heart but know you were married to one of the finest men ever. God bless and know many people share in your grief. With love Tom and Barb Kwiatkowski.

Mike (Matt) Mattelig posted on 9/15/23
Very sorry to hear of Steve's passing. he was a good neighbor and friend when we were in school together. He spent many many hours at our house and was always there when we needed a hand with anything. My condolences to his family and hope that you can take comfort knowing everyone that knew him, liked him - a lot!!

Dorothy and Jack hake posted on 9/14/23
What a great friend and fun to be around . You will be missed Dorothy and Jack Hake

Ed, Mary Kay & David Kocmoud posted on 9/13/23
So sorry to hear of Shit's passing. He was truly a great guy and will be missed by all who knew him. Our condolences to Nancy.

Matthew A Works posted on 9/13/23
Childhood doctor still drive by old office I. St charles with kids and always say Dr Dellenbeck I xan still smell her office old school love Matthew Allen Works

Karen (Edwards) Bach posted on 9/13/23
Allison and D.J., I'm so sorry for your loss. I've been trying to find your family for years! You lived next to me on Middle Road. Condolences and prayers. ❤️

Karen (Edwards) Bach posted on 9/13/23
Dear Allison and D.J., I'm so sorry for your loss. I have been trying to find your family for years, with no luck! You lived next door to me when you lived on Middle Road. God bless you and your family. Condolences and prayers. Karen (Edwards) Bach

Shelly Weeks posted on 9/13/23
Sorry to hear of Shit's passing. Hugs to you Nancy.

Mary Diderich posted on 9/13/23
Shit will be missed by so many. Heartfelt sympathy to Nancy and all who loved him.

Victoria posted on 9/12/23
Mama P has been in my life as long as Karla (aka Porch :)…26 years! She was a huge fixture to us in college where her care packages were always looked forward to. I’m so fortunate to have had this amazing woman in my life. Her legacy certainly lives on though all she touched. Will miss you!

Stephanie DuPuis posted on 9/12/23
I've known Joanne since I was a kid. She was always so nice, kind and friendly. Every time I rode my bike or walked by her house, if she was outside working in her garden or just outside in general she always waved too me and said hi. My mom still remembers Joanne always being so friendly and saying hi, if she was outside, when my mom would walk me too school, she also remembers Joanne and her late husband Doug lived in Big Rock when we moved there in 1978. Joanne was one of the nicest and friendliest people I've ever known, I also went too school with her daughter Karla so my parents and I go way back with the Porch family. I'm so glad in later years that Joanne and I kept in touch via Facebook, in closing I will always remember Joanne for her kindness and friendliness, she always went out of her way too be friendly and help anyone she could. RIP Joanne, one of the sweetest ladies I've ever known.

Bonnie Mika posted on 9/12/23
I just learned of Rosemary's passing. What a blessing to have lived such a long, wonderful life. My hearfelt sympathy goes out to all family members.

Jen Buckner posted on 9/12/23
Mama P— she was this and more to many of us, we love and will miss her dearly.

Wayne & Elaine Smith posted on 9/12/23
Deepest condolences to Nancy. He was one of the nicest people around.

Karla Keelean posted on 9/12/23
Love you to the moon and back Mama. My forever Hero

Ilena posted on 9/11/23
The look on Pat's face as he held Liam for the 1st time was so heartwarming. Men don't show feelings very well, but the love on his face will be remembered forever. We won't let Liam forget his Poppa Pat.

Linda White posted on 9/10/23
To my son who will be missed and never forgotten. I love you very much and miss you already so much. A part of me died with you. Love you, Mom

Linda White posted on 9/9/23
He was my son and will be misses so much much and never forgotten. We had lots of good and fun times together.

Jeff and Diane posted on 9/7/23
Deb and family: sorry for your loss. It is hard to loose family. May you find comfort from family and friends. May he rest in peace. Jeff and Diane

Scott Hart posted on 9/7/23
Helen and family, we send our deepest sympathy on your loss of an incredible husband, father, grandfather and brother. Thank you for sharing Bill with the Moose Fraternity all these years. His wisdom, generous heart and spirit of service blessed so many, including the children at Mooseheart and seniors at Moosehaven. Our prayers are with you as you mourn his passing and celebrate a life so well lived.

Frank Horton posted on 9/6/23
Sad time as o just learned of Don’s death. He was a good friend, devoted to his school and friends.

Erika Roberts Salemi posted on 9/6/23
So sorry to read of Joanne's passing. She always had nice things to say to all of the kids she was around. I know she didn't always remember me but once I told her who I was she was so sweet! Another of Plano's treasures gone. Peace to all of the family!

Wiles.w 1966 posted on 9/4/23
Rest in peace cadet .

Jack JT Thomas posted on 9/3/23
So sorry to hear the sad news of the passing of Mike Condolences to his family and many friends. Mike was a super hard working man and was respected by many I came to know Mike in the late sixties we were coworkers and most of all friends . RIP Mike

Jack JT Thomas posted on 9/3/23
So sorry to hear of the passing of Mike Condolences to Mike's entire family I came to know Mike in the late sixties we were co workers and most of all we were friends. Mike was a hard working person and didn't have a mean bone in his body just a really nice person. RIP Mike

María Cristela. posted on 9/1/23
Nuestras condolencias para la familia Ocon . Oramos por su alma y para la familia pronta resignación. David Marin y Fam .

Hope Webb posted on 9/1/23
Debbie, So sorry for your loss. Sending up prayers for you and your family during this. Hope Webb

Maria Davenport posted on 9/1/23
I am very sorry for your loss Debbie, you and your family are in my prayers.

Billie & Verne Poppen posted on 9/1/23
Loved sharing good times with Mike at the shed in Plano and many good times at the chain of lakes. Rest in peace Mike.

Eldon and Marie Edlund posted on 8/31/23
We are so sorry for your loss. He was so rpoud of his children and grandchildren and was happy to pass on his love for growing great gardens. Itt was always so nice to run into them out and about. It is a wondeful thing to pass on his business and to see it do so well.

Michael Jerome posted on 8/31/23
So sorry to hear to hear of Bills passing. We enjoyed many camping trips with Bill and the Walworth camping club and Bills pig roasts. Rest in peace Bill. Michael & Elaine Jerome

ALONZO AMADOR posted on 8/31/23
Me uno a la pena que envarga a la fam. Por el fallecimiento de Leovigildo Ocon , y elevo a Dios nuestras oraciones por el eterno descanzo de su alma , y por que brinde pronta resignacion a todos sus seres queridos., con profundo repeto Alonzo Amador y Fam.

Patricia Bianchini Forero posted on 8/30/23
So sorry to hear about the loss of Aunt Gloria. I remember how sweet she always was. We all ate well when we visited and enjoyed her wonderful cooking. I still wear the Holy Spirit pendent she gave me when I was young and think of her when I do. Moe, Phil, and I have you all in our prayers.

Darlene Probst posted on 8/30/23
My condolences to Peter and the Bianchini family. You can be proud to be a member of the Bianchini family. Praying for peace and comfort for each of you.

Darlene Probst posted on 8/30/23
Gloria and Peter were a wonderful couple to know and the way they led their life reflected Jesus to all of us. So blessed to have known them for a long time and experienced their generosity and hospitality. Two lives well lived for their Lord and Savior. Will miss seeing them at their orchard.

Carolyn Warfield posted on 8/29/23
Peace to this military man. May God give him rest and comfort.

Robert Bollenbach posted on 8/24/23
We were sad to learn of Dales passing. He and Carol were respected and were friends through membership at St. John church. May he Rest In Peace.

Daniel R Carlson posted on 8/23/23
Linda, I'll always remember being your little hairdresser. You were my Bonus-Mom. And I know you were also a great Mom because Paula and Terry are wonderful people. You'll always be in my heart and thoughts. Please watch over your kids and bonus-kids and keep us safe. Paula and Terry I send you Love and Hugs, I love you both.

S Moreno posted on 8/23/23
Very special woman. She will be missed.

Kim Carlson posted on 8/23/23
You were a great stepmom and mom. Although we hadn't been in contact for years, I think we all still considered you as our stepmom. No one else could fill that role. I still love you dear lady and hope you can now rest in peace. Paula and Terry, I am so sorry for your loss. I will keep you and your families in my thoughts and prayers.

Christine Keith posted on 8/22/23
Beautiful Lady, may you rest in peace.

Melody posted on 8/22/23
So sorry for your loss. Hugs

Melody posted on 8/22/23
Rick and I stayed with Linda when we first moved to Arkansas. She was so good to both of us. I don't think we would have made it without her. Rest in peace sweet lady. You will be missed. Love you Melody

Bonita Pearle Stocks posted on 8/22/23
I am remembering Linda as one of my cousins that shared more childhood with me than adulthood but one that I have fun memories of and I have always loved and prayed for.. Sending prayers up for all the family and loved ones that shared in Linda's life.

Christine Casey posted on 8/21/23
Dear Paula, I’m very sorry for the loss of mom. She will always be remembered in my prayers. I know how difficult it is for you. May God keep mom & your family safe in his arms always. Prayers are with you all. RIP DEAR LINDA! You will be missed. I’ll always remember # 37 when playing bingo as your number. God Bless, Chris

Mary Garcia posted on 8/21/23
I have known Linda for a very long time, about 40 years! My last memory, was when we came to visit you in hospice because you were not doing very well. As soon as you saw me you started to tear up which of course made me do the same. You really couldn’t eat on your own anymore so Adam and I fed you and gave you to drink. You were always very quick with the come-backs when someone had something smart to say, you reminded us that day when you teased Paula. That was a good day because you were laughing with us all at Rene’s silly jokes and comments about the chickens and other things. On this day, we got to laugh and cry together! You always treated me like a daughter, i will miss you very much❣️❤️

Mary Garcia posted on 8/21/23
My best friend lost her mother and I am feeling very saddened and heartbroken! To know that I will never see the smile on her face or the way she would tell me “Hi honey!” But most of all of Knowing the pain and heartbreak that Paula and her family are feeling at this terrible time in their life! One thing I do know is that Linda is looking down from the heavens, smiling and saying, I am no longer hurting, no longer in pain, I can walk and dance with Ivan again! Paula Carlson Martinez! Now it’s time for you to rest and take care of yourself! You no longer have to worry because I am in Peace! We love you and you will be in our hearts always Linda. May you rest with the angels.❤️

Amy Kent posted on 8/21/23
You will always be one of my favorites Aunt Linda. Of all the childhood memories I have, your one of my sweetest memories, pinched cheeks and all Fly High Sweet Angel

Letha Swain posted on 8/21/23
Sorry for your loss..Your in my prayers

Letha Swain posted on 8/21/23
Sorry for your loss

Gary Carlson posted on 8/21/23
Soooo many memories. You were a great (step) Mom to your bonus kids. And Mom to your kids! Always remembered the big hair dos. What I miss the most will be hearing your laugh. Always brighten up the room. Love you! Rest easy! Have fun playing Bingo up there.

Emmitt James Taylor posted on 8/21/23
My baby sister has now joined her mom and dad. I am sure they welcomed her when she got there and was a big welcome. She was a lovely child growing up. I use to hold her while mom and dad did the night work around the farm.. I will miss her lots. Thanks Sister for being there with us thru your life now enjoy the family there with you your Sister Clotene and brother Cletus/ Love you

The King Family-Keith, Keishah and David, Kameron and Hannah posted on 8/20/23
So sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. He was such a kind man and we were blessed to get to know him. We will continue to lift the Fritsch family in prayer.

Lauren & Alan Simer posted on 8/19/23
Steve, you touched so many lives and changed so many hearts. You will be forever remembered for your faith and witness to Jesus through your life lived as an example for all of us. Your work here is done. May you rest in peace. Love, Alan and Lauren

Debby Dasher posted on 8/19/23
Steve you were a wonderfully kind and compassionate man .With a real love for God.and others. You always had a smile and a hug for everyone you met. It is hard to believe when I come back for a visit in a few weeks. You won't be there to visit and greet me with your big smile and a hug. I've known you since you were dating Brenda. We shared times together on double dates.and eventually you married Brenda and 8 months later I married her brother Brian and you became my brother in-law. So many family gatherings and good memories we spent together. I will miss you dearly but know we will be together some day in heaven Love You Steve your sister in-law Debby Dasher

Jim Kaus posted on 8/18/23
Sorry for your loss. I really enjoyed combining the crops at Harley and Marge's and sitting at the kitchen table reminiscing about farming . Also talking to Marge about Harley and the way he enjoyed operating the combine before I got home from work. . Loved them both .

Jim Kaus posted on 8/18/23
Sorry for your loss . I really enjoyed combining at Harley and Marge's , sitting at the kitchen table reminiscing about farming. I also loved talking to Marge about Harley , and how he loved to run the combine for me before I got home from work ....Loved them both .

Mark Anthony Gayle posted on 8/18/23
Peace and love xoxoxo dear lovely woman,you where a good hearing of god ,Jesus Christ,rest in peace with Nelson Funeral Homes forever R.I.P.

Carolyn Warfield posted on 8/18/23
I got to know Kathy Sharpenter through my tax office and her family. She was a very interesting person to know and I enjoyed those moments. May God welcome her in heaven and to eternity. Rest in peace Kathy. Carolyn A Warfield Walworth, Wl 53184

Eisbrenner Family posted on 8/18/23
Our sincere condolences to Steve’s family. Steve touched so many lives and will be thought of often and never forgotten. Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. As a spiritual person Steve loved God’s word and it was a comfort to him in difficult times. This Bible verse recorded in Revelation 21:4 may have been one that he read often. It reads “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away “. May God Jehovah give strength and his love to each of you.

Sheila Meier posted on 8/18/23
So sorry for the loss of your mother. 102 years…A life well lived.

Arthur posted on 8/17/23
Merci Steve, pour ce que tu m’as apporté. Je continuerai d’écrire ce message en français car tu le sais je viens de France. Tu as été pour moi une de mes meilleures rencontres, qui m’a ouvert les yeux sur la relation que l’on peut avoir avec Dieu. Aussi, tu es mon instructeur de tir ! J’ai toujours passé de chouettes moment chez toi. Tire, barbecue et discussion autour de dieu, que demander de plus !! Je ne t’oublierais jamais steve tu resteras a jamais dans ton cœur. Et j’espère que en ce moment tu te trouves au près de notre Pere. Je prierais à jamais pour toi. Arthur Ton ami français.

Eve and Todd Trawinski posted on 8/16/23
We only knew Steve for a few short years. He immediately touched our hearts from day one. He was kind, generous and full of love. A man who was truly spiritual and there for others. We feel fortunate to have gotten to know him and call him our friend. Our deepest sympathies to Brenda and family at this difficult time. Eve and Todd Trawinski, Three Lakes WI

Laura Invergo posted on 8/16/23
I am a new friend of Steve. Three things I was witness to that I believe define this great man: 1) He arranged with such enthusiasm a neighborhood get together! He wanted us rural neighbors to get acquainted! 2) He knew of my heart for ministry to Jewish people and brought another of like heart to meet me at my home! 3) He believed he needed to stand up as a committed member of the Hebron area and run for the schoolboard. He stopped in with his petition which I happily signed! He lived to make a difference!

Ann Bresnen posted on 8/16/23
My thoughts of Steve are always reminding us of Christ and what it is to be a Christian! Every family gathering we had, Steve brought us together to pray for our blessings. He always had an understanding and I sight i to our needs! Such a gentle human being, gone too soon!

Mary L. Lawrence posted on 8/14/23
Mary was a wonderful friend to me. We worked together for twenty-three years at Sharon School. She was so funny and an expert at the use of sarcasm for fun. We attended several classes at Whitewater together, one of which found us developing photos in her bathroom with an ancient developing kit previously owned by her dad. She helped me in so many ways to understand life and the challenges it brings to you. I moved to Virginia in 2000, but I always visited her and Chuck when I came back if it was possible. It was so much fun and like I never left when we got together. I wonder what she would have thought of Donald Trump. I think I might know.

Mary Jo Vance Johnson posted on 8/13/23
Fond memories of a childhood friend. So sorry to hear of Mary's passing. Thoughts and prayers to her family.

Mrs. Paulette (Paulette Cwik) posted on 8/13/23
It was my pleasure and privilege to have worked with Chris (and Sylvia and Alyssa!) at Sandbox Preschool. Chris was such a kind, gentle, loving teacher, a wonderful mentor to younger teachers and a dear friend. Barrett and Alyssa, she was always so very proud of you--her face just beamed every time she talked about you! May the memories of her kind, sweet nature sustain you and your families at this sad time.

Rick Meyers posted on 8/13/23
Dear Sue, Bryant, and Ashley, Please know that Scott (Dad) was much more to me for over 50 years than just a brother in law. The laughs and good times we shared with family are far to numerous to leave here. I am glad your suffering is over, but you will be sorely missed. See you at that big family reunion ! Love you brother. Rick

Loretta Kotula posted on 8/12/23
Chris was a longtime friend, former co worker, and mentor. She would always have a helping hand and shoulder to cry on. She was very passionate, caring, sweetest person I’ve known. Rest In Peace, Ms Chris!!!!❤️❤️I’m sure you and Dennis are definitely in heaven together ❤️❤️.

Sandra Meyer posted on 8/11/23
I have nothing but love and admiration for Walter. I met him when I was 14 as I am good friends with his daughter, Cheryl. Walter helped me cope with my difficult home situation by letting me spend time at his house, The family often fed me and provided a safe place for for me. He will be deeply missed.

Lisa E Osborn posted on 8/10/23
Doris, I was so sorry to hear about the passing of your husband. My prayers are with you and your family!

Mark A. O'Neill posted on 8/10/23
I ran across one of Walter's books in a shop this past weekend and it brought back fond memories. He was supportive of my work as an MA student back in the early '90s. He is missed.

Debbie Tooley posted on 8/10/23
It was with great sorrow that I heard the news of Art's passing. My heart goes out to Doris, Carl, Beth, and Tim and the others that loved him and will miss him. With loving prayer, Debbie Tooley

Julie & Kenneth Hoppe posted on 8/9/23
We have known Triston since childhood. He was best friends with our son Brandon. He always had a smile on his face, always laughing & happy. He was always respectful also. We always loved having him over at our house & loved him. Even after he moved away from Albany, Triston & Brandon stayed close friends. He never changed from childhood. He had a big heart & he was great young man with a wonderful soul. Still can't believe he is gone. So Sorry for your loss! We can only imagine the pain all his family is feeling. He may be gone to Heaven but here He Will Never Be Forgotten Rest In Peace Triston, till we see you again with a Smile & Open Arms For You!! Jay & Kenneth Hoppe

Nicky Marcy posted on 8/9/23
Please light a candle for me. Thank you.

Nicky Marcy posted on 8/9/23
I have many cherished memories of sweet Triston. What brings a smile to my face is picturing his smile and hearing his laugh. I loved seeing his mischievous look as much as his expressions of wonder. I loved his inquisitiveness and ingenuity. I loved his tender heart. I had blinders with Triston and I could only see his best qualities. I loved watching him being a loyal life partner as a young adult and being a father. I loved watching, although from a distance and filtered lense, his athleticism and adventurous spirit. I loved watching him grow up and see him overcome life trials. Despite being distant, Triston was a light in my life and in so many people’s lives. Triston was a cherished friend to many. I loved watching videos and looking at pictures of him and his family. Triston was loved by many families. I’m eternally and deeply grateful for the blessing to everyone’s life that Triston was and how he united so many wonderful people. I’m also so glad that Triston was so loved and cherished by so many. Being an Auntie from the Marcy & Dubiel faction - Martina would be as grateful and happy. Praise God for Triston and he’ll be sorely missed, but reunited in spirit always and forever.

rodger d chenore posted on 8/9/23
Patricia and I worked together for many years. She was a terrific real estate broker and more than that, a total "class act" while being a highly skilled practitioner. My retirement from Paine/Wetzel and resulting relocation from Chicago proceeded both her and husband Richard's passing. She is missed by me and all her associates who valued the contributions she consistently made. Rest in peace gorgeous one!

Judy Cork posted on 8/8/23
Dear Carl and Craig, I am sorry to hear of your loss and send love and prayers. Judy Cork

Leah and Hunter Bryant posted on 8/8/23
You were someone son, grandchild, father and best friend. We will always be thinking about you and we won't forget all the advice you have given us.

Judi Koehler posted on 8/8/23
My memory of Triston was the smile that he shared with everyone! It was a bright light wherever he went! I hope his mom and many others will remember him by that beautiful smile! I didn’t know Triston real well but I’ll never forget that smile.

Debra Grover posted on 8/8/23
So sorry for your loss. I haven't seen Berta in many, many years but always remembered our happy times together. She was my cousin, but also a friend and we ran around playing at Grandma and Grandpa Knakes house in Marengo.many times. I pray that God eases your sorrow and that your memories of her give you strength. I know I'll see her again in heaven. Love to all.....Debbie ( Knake) Grover.

Vicente Macedo posted on 8/6/23
From family Macedo, Vicente Macedo, Our deepest condolences for your loss. May God give you all the fortitude and strength. He was a very good man, very loving and very respectful. He was an honest man. May he rest in peace and he will be protecting his family from high above

Levi Crawford posted on 8/6/23
I met Scott in 1998. We rode our Harleys all over the place. We rode our Harleys to the 95th Harley Davison anniversary in Milwaukee Wisconsin. We had a great time together. He’s a good man. He’s fun to hang around with. He’s got an awesome family. Anybody who met Scott will miss him. I was hoping to see him this summer. Condolences to the family.

Levi Crawford posted on 8/6/23
I have quite a few memories with Scott. We met in 1998. I had an 89’ Electra glide Harley Davidson. He decided that he was going to get a full dresser. We rode all over the place. We went to the Harley Davidson 95th anniversary in Milwaukee. Had a blast. He was a good man. Good friend. Fun to be with. Awesome family. He will be missed by many who met him.

Jeanne Duris posted on 8/3/23
Opal was my aunt and godmother. I was so lucky to have had her love and support. I will miss our Saturday afternoon phone calls and will treasure the memories that make me smile and remind me of her gentle goodness. She meant so much to so many people and will be forever remembered and forever loved.

Charley Mason posted on 8/3/23
Sometimes you gain a friend when you least expect it. A dear friend I'll miss till my last day. I was "Hand Shoes Charley" to Scott, and I'm very sad to lose him. Rest well my friend. God Bless you.

Sandy Nezworski posted on 8/2/23
Scott and Pam did some painting in our park model, He was a gentleman in every way. We enjoyed his many stories of his kids and even a few about His Mom & Dad. He will be missed.

Christine posted on 8/2/23
I'm a friend of Shannon and Corrine's but I had only met Opal a couple times. The last time I saw her was at Corrine's baby shower in Lake Geneva. She read a beautiful letter she wrote to Poppy, her soon to be great grand-daughter. I felt how touching and moving those moments were, both to the family and all of us there, as she read the letter aloud that day. I love that Poppy's middle name is Opal, and to me it signifies the circle of life. One fabulous and wise Opal passes on and another sweet baby Opal comes to join the family. I'm so sorry for your loss and hope you all find comfort in the memories you had with Opal and the family and friends that surround you during this difficult time. I am glad Opal's legacy will live on through all the grandchildren and Poppy Opal Patel.

Red posted on 8/1/23
Met Scott in 2005 and hit it off right away, we both liked cars, trucks and bikes. We worked together with a neighbor as laborers pulling cable for networking with Al and had fun every day and still got shit done in a timely fashion. Flew out to Az with him to inspect the RV he bought to make sure it was ready for the road trip back to Hampshire. Stayed with him every time I went to Az for vacation. Flew out rented a bike for the week and he was my guide the whole trip. Good times had by all, I will miss you dearly my friend. Gods speed! Red.

Lisa Soderberg in Arizona posted on 8/1/23
My deepest sorrows to all those in Illinois that Scott loved SO dearly I enjoyed meeting & knowing you all...

Cheryl Anderson posted on 8/1/23
Opal was a little firecracker!!!! I just reconnected with her three months ago. I walked into her room and she remembered me from 45 years ago. I was given the chance to spend a few different days with her. This was a blessing, overmore, she was a blessing. I will miss her tenderness, loving and caring outlook on life. I will miss you yet we shall meet again.

Dennis & Dorothy Amily posted on 7/31/23
Dennis and I had the privilege of working with Walt for many years. I was one of his secretaries and Dennis worked under him as a field support technician out of the CO2 Division. We loved Walt as a boss as well as a friend. We were honored to have called and written back and forth to him until the end of his life. Hell always be remembered by us with love and respect. Our hearts go out to his family. He was quick to share how much he loved the.

Ginny Kroening posted on 7/30/23
Walt was a wonderful person and member of our church congregation., he was involved in activities and even after he moved to TN our church office would sometimes hear from him as he continued to receive our newsletter and knew what was going on up here.

Virginia Connelly posted on 7/30/23
I am heartbroken to hear about her loss. She was always special and in my heart and thoughts. At a time in my life when I was unconscious in the hospital, I woke up to her sitting at my side holding my hand. I will never forget that. God Bless you. You are at peace.

Susan Wood Handlin posted on 7/29/23
Just talking about him today, I did not know he had passe d. He was a sweet man who always had a joke to tell Donald Peter good boy Wubs I'll see you in heaven.

Cindy Aldrich posted on 7/29/23
I am more than sorry to see this online today. I just spoke to him about six weeks ago and he was trying hard to get well enough to come to Florida to see me. He was such a good friend to my late husband and myself and spent many short vacations at our home. My sincerest condolences to his family and friends

Susan Hasier posted on 7/28/23
Sorry to hear of your loss of your father and now your mother. Memories of so many things we did together in Girl Scouts together, camping trips, summers that our neighborhood scout leaders and our cadets helping, outdoor cooking together…and many more things. The memories will always be with us ❤️‍

Eisbrenner Family posted on 7/28/23
Our sincere condolences to Dale’s family. May cherished memories and earnest prayers bring comfort for family and friends at this difficult time. Something that we have personally experienced to be of great comfort are the thoughts expressed in John 5:28 “all those in the memorial tombs will hear his (Jesus) voice and come out”. The death of a loved one is extremely painful but have faith in God Jehovah’s promise of a resurrection. May the God of all comfort give strength and his love to each of you always.

Gary Tondini posted on 7/20/23
Condolences to you Lynn and your family. So many fond memories of working with Dan for most of my 34 years at the Refinery. So many good times spent together both at work and away from work. Could always count on Dan for a smile and a few laughs at all times.

Dean Fromkin posted on 7/20/23
During the mid 80’s I became a single Dad caring for a 5-month old infant and 3-year old daughter. As a member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church I found Pastor Kuder was a great source of personal support. Many years later my oldest daughter and I drove from PA to attend a friend’s wedding In Wisconsin and on the return trip home visited and stayed overnight at the Kuders lake home. Fond memories.

Daniel p Oller sr. posted on 7/18/23
Condolences to the family.

Cecil Underwood posted on 7/18/23
Our condolences to you Lynn and your family our prayers are with you all!

Robert Walsh posted on 7/18/23
Scotty miss you brother til Valhalla

Cindy & Daniel Chesney posted on 7/18/23
I’m so sorry Lynn my heart is broken for you. Dan and I loved him. Such a dedicated loving father and husband. We had so much respect and admiration for him. Our love and prayers are with you.

Joe Cimfe & Jim Metesh posted on 7/18/23
Our hearts are heavy in the passing of a dear Dominic friend who we have shared so many games of volley ball, camping, skiing and just friendly conversations and a few beers for the past 53 years of friendship. Dan always had a kind word, and a caring nature. May the good Lord cradle Dan in His loving arms and provide peace and comfort to the family. Our deepest sympathy...............

Cindy&Dan Chesney posted on 7/18/23
I’m so sorry Lynn my heart is broken for you. Dan and I loved him. Such a dedicated loving father and husband. We had so much respect and admiration for him. Our love and prayers are with you.

Russ, Katrina, Giana, Lily, Austin posted on 7/18/23
We are so sorry for your loss. Dan was a wonderful man and always had a smile on his face. We always enjoyed seeing him at the various get togethers and his laugh would fill the room. He was loved by all, and he will be missed! We send our love and prayers during this very difficult time. We love you all.

Kelly Atkinson posted on 7/18/23
Bev was a loyal friend always willing to listen and share a laugh with you. Her passion for life was evident to anyone who was lucky enough to know her. She will be sorely missed by so many here, and I have no doubt that she is diving headfirst into her new role with David as guardian angel earning her wings immediately.

Dan&Kathy Copley posted on 7/17/23
Another Angel brightens heaven. We pray that God gives Scott’s family the strength and faith at this most difficult time. Scott is a loving father to his three beautiful children. He will be greatly missed and always in our hearts.

Gail M Telecky posted on 7/16/23
Scott will be missed by his children and family. I pray for strength, peace, understanding and comfort for his children. He was an amazing Dad.

Scott Hauge and Debbie Walker posted on 7/16/23
Our deepest condolences to all your family. Praying for each one of you during this time. Scott will always be remembered.

Patty Daw posted on 7/14/23
Roberta, and family, so sorry for your loss. Remember your mom fondly from Dial.

Lucille A Vorpagel, Page posted on 7/13/23
I Lucille Page was 7 years old when Danny was born in our farmhouse on the second floor. My brothers and I had a bedroom across from the room where he was born. My mother assisted in the birth. being his Aunt. They thought we were sleeping and not knowing what was going on but we were awake and knew. In the morning we were called into the room to "see' the new baby. That was the way it was back then.

Joseph Ehardt Jr posted on 7/13/23
Beverly and George were such kind and loving people and Cindy and I will miss them greatly. They visited us in Jacksonville on several occasions and we always had a great time. They came to see the Blue Angels and another time to see the New Years fireworks on the river in downtown Jacksonville. We remember that Beverly called family right away at midnight to wish them Happy New Year as family was first for her. I remember communication with Beverly when she was first was diagnosed with cancer several years ago, and we discussed how her faith in her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ would sustain her which He did for many more years. Her faith was steadfast and sure and built on the solid Rock. We are all thankful for Donna, John and Jacquie for taking good care of her in the last days. We continue to pray for Donna as she grieves for the loss of her mother, father and brother in such a short time. Beverly and George ran the race and finished the course and we know that they received their eternal reward in Heaven. After viewing the wonderful Memorial Service for Beverly, we realize that she was taught well by her Pastor and church of the assurance of her salvation The Gospel was given in a kind simple presentation which Beverly would appreciate. Love and prayers, Joe and Cindy Ehardt

Cynthia Noga posted on 7/13/23
To Geneva Winebaugh’s family and friends the Noga family sends our deepest condolences. Geneva was a bright soft spoken strong spirit who loved her family and brought smiles to so many faces. She will be missed but remain in our hearts. Jerry and Cyndi Noga

Dee Poulos posted on 7/13/23
My sincere condolences on the passing of Geneva. She was a wonderful lady with an ever present heart-warming smile. Always a pleasure to encounter her at the races. No doubt she will be greatly missed by Kenny, Cheryl, Megan, Kenny, Jr. and her entire family.

Dee Poulos posted on 7/13/23
So very sorry to hear of Geneva’s passing. Such a wonderful lady with a heart-warming smile. Was always a pleasure to see her at the races. My thoughts are with Kenny, Cheryl, Megan, Kenny and the entire family.

Krissy posted on 7/12/23
Growing up Jerry was one of my dad’s (Kevin Maresch) best friends. There was a lot of memories. I hope they are laughing and hanging out together…

Diane Schulz, Née Franzen posted on 7/12/23
Dan will be missed! I’m sure my Dad and Dan will be butchering chickens and trimming trees together again.

Nancy posted on 7/12/23
Ms Carol our deepest condolences on your loss Dr.Myong and staff Rush Copley

Mary Jo Schmaedick posted on 7/11/23
I am grateful for John and Jackie and all the family and friends who have been hands-on caregiving for Beverly. It helped ease our minds knowing that you were there for her. Ron felt so cared for by Beverly and the affection was mutual. She always managed to let him know that he was loved and important to her. When Ron and I first met, it was obvious that she was looking out for her brother. I wanted her to know how important he was to me- and words alone were not enough! I tried so hard to show her how loved and important he was to me as well. Beverly was always supportive and helpful to me and Ron. Through good times and bad, Beverly never failed to send her love to us. Surely, they will meet again in heaven.

Albert posted on 7/8/23
Bev was more like a mother to me then a big sister.Shehad the burden of caring for me as mom was away a lot as a nursing student and nurse in her middle age. Bev was a great spot , she loved to swim and even joined me to do yoga. She arranged for me to spend a great summer at one of her male friends dairy farm.Her faith in Jesus to fight a long battle with cancer has been a aboost in my life as I learn to be thankful for each day of my aging process process. I am sure she has earned a high place in the heavens. She was truly angraciouse and loving lady.

Denise Gonzalez posted on 7/7/23
Ben was a lovely man who was like a member of our family for many years. I've known Ben since I was 14 years old. My parents and I spent a lot of time with him at my Aunt Connie's house, and other family events. I enjoyed talking to him about his stereo system and music, his love of baseball and the Chicago Cubs, his job as a barber, and the concession stands he ran in the Loop. I loved hearing about his mom's cooking and about different aspects of his life. Ben was like an uncle to me and a brother to my father. We loved him very much, and I will miss him very much. Thank you Ben for all the kindness you extended to my Aunt Connie..and our family. Denise Gonzalez

Mindy Metzger Harrington posted on 7/7/23
I am so sorry for this huge loss. I will miss Aunt Marian My mom used to say Marian was so pretty. Of course we know all those Konrad girls are pretty! Sending love to all.

Jim McConnell posted on 7/6/23
Mary Kaye’s smile and a table full of friends for THANKSGIVING says it all. You will be missed. (Photo posted on her Timeline)

Jim Rutledge posted on 7/6/23
Dear family and friends of Mary Kaye Merwin I thought I did this but it does not show up on the site so i will start over. Mary Kaye was a pioneer and visionary in the 4-H world. She was one of the first truly full time 4-H educators in a Wisconsin county, and so many of us learned from her example. When I started, she was in the county next to me, and she had been my wife's 4-H agent the last couple years of her career as a 4-H member. I had the privilege of being in the neighboring county and in the same district so I got to see and interact with Mary Kaye on a regular basis. She was also a great leader during her time at the National 4-H Council. Mary Kaye will be greatly missed by her 4-H colleagues and by her community but her legacy will live on for many years. May she rest in peace. Well done good and faithful servant.

Jim Rutledge posted on 7/6/23
Mary Kaye was a true pioneer in 4-H and someone that many of us looked up to as a role model for the 4-H Professional Agent position. She came from the first county that I worked in, and worked in the county next door, so I got to see her at many Wisconsin 4-H functions. She was also my wife's 4-H agent her last couple years in Rock County. Mary Kaye will be greatly missed within the 4-H family and her community. I am pleased that I knew her and that she had an influence on my early years in 4-H. Rest in Peace dear friend.

Kathi Vos posted on 7/6/23
A true pioneer in giving and leadership. She was a force for making 4-H happen in so many ways. She believed in the power of volunteering and lived it throughout her life by her example. When she was working for National 4-H Council, she never forgot her roots and was always so kind and supportive of myself and many others. I was so glad that I really got to know her after she retired and participated in the yearly 4-H Retired 4-H Staff Gatherings. Her contributions will live on through everyone she touched. A true 4-H icon that will surely be missed by many.

Joe Regester posted on 7/5/23
I recently had a couple visits with Mary Kay. I'm grateful to have known her.

Susan Putra posted on 7/5/23
I first met Mary Kaye as a Rock County 4-H member. She was fun, very enthusiastic, and always willing to help and teach us. She introduced me to U.W. Stout; I so wanted to follow in her footsteps. I attended Stout, joined the Alpha Phi Sorority, and graduated with a degree in Home Economics education. I taught for several years and then became a school counselor for 25 years. Mary Kate’s influence motivated me to be a 4-H parent, a 4-H leader, a 4-H general club leader and a 4-H judge. I have judged 4-H exhibitors for over 45 years. Where did my love and respect for the 4-H program begin? It all began with Mary Kaye. My sincere condolences to Becky and the family. Rest in peace Mary Kaye, your awesome legacy will continue in Wisconsin and nationwide.

Dale Leidheiser posted on 7/4/23
I first met Mary Kaye in the late '70's when I was a 4-H agent in Columbia County. She was well known as a great supporter of our programs throughout our district. I became much more acquainted with her when I became the State 4-H Program Leader in 2012. She was on the Foundation Board and was one of the most committed members on the board and a great influence on programs, policy and procedures. Never afraid to share her thoughts, she was always centered on the best interests of the youth involved in our programs. Wisconsin 4-H benefited from her commitment, wisdom and generosity.

Rachel Schichtl posted on 7/3/23
I worked with Mary Kaye through the International Federation of Home Economics. I had the pleasure of working with her on several projects. It is truly an honor to have known her.

Rachel Schichtl posted on 7/3/23
I knew Mary Kaye through the International Federation of Home Economics- United States and had the pleasure of working with her on several projects. It truly was an honor to know her.

Gary and Mary Hauge posted on 7/2/23
Our condolences to Mike and Lorri and the rest of the family. Several years ago, Ronda gave Big Rock Library much yarn and handicraft work. That allowed a dozen tiny blankets to be given to a Chicago hospital NICU. Her creativity and generosity lives on. Peace and comfort to you.

Dan & Lois Herman posted on 6/30/23
Hugs and prayers for you Jaime and your children. Romans 6: For we know that our old self was crucified with him so that the body of sin might be done away with, [1] that we should no longer be slaves to sin-- In the same way, count yourselves dead to sin but alive to God in Christ Jesus. 12. We were therefore buried with him through baptism into death in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, we too may live a new life.

Beth Kersten posted on 6/30/23
Uncle Greg, Lynn, Lorri and family, I was so sad to hear about your moms passing. She was such an amazing aunt and loving sister to my mom. When we stopped by at any time she was always so excited to see us and welcomed us with open arms. I will never forget her laugh and amazing sense of humor. You were so blessed to have so many wonderful years with her and your memories are vast. Cherish them and when you think you can't think of more memories look back at all of the pictures you took throughout the years. They will not bring her back but they will warm your heart, bring a tear to your eyes and a smile to your face. You are all in our thoughts and prayers! Love to you all, David and Beth

Jen posted on 6/29/23
Miss you! Love you!

Sharon and Steve Haas posted on 6/29/23
RONDA was a childhood Best Friend for 60+ years. She always mailed cards to keep to keep in touch also calls which started out with Hello my dear.. I will miss her always in my heart

Maria Murphy posted on 6/29/23
Daniel, Rose and family, wishing you peace and comfort at this difficult time. With Deepest Sympathy, Maria Murphy

Joshua posted on 6/26/23
Tad always helped anyone who needed it, in anyway. And an amazing sense of humor

Chris Canupp posted on 6/26/23
So sorry to read about the passing of Tad. My condolences to the family.

Michaela Froehlich posted on 6/26/23
Gone but never forgotten. His presence will live on within his amazing children whom I’ve had the pleasure of meeting this past year! May he Rest in Peace

Brenda Tetting posted on 6/25/23
Rip Chris..You will be missed..HUGGS You Jamie..

Shannon Bican Sharrock posted on 6/25/23
So very sorry to hear about Mr. Tuma's passing. I am sending love and light to you all. May he rest in peace.

Beverly posted on 6/25/23
Oh Jamie and family. I'm so sorry for the loss of your person. May God hold you all so tight

judy delahoyde posted on 6/24/23
My thoughts and prayers are with the Tuma family at this time and I share in your grief at Richard's unexpected passing. I met Richard when he began teaching at Aldrich in Beloit and then met Louise at a faculty picnic. We became friends soon after and kept our friendship going through many decades. In fact we had lunch together May 11 and as usual, reminisced about life, jobs, children and grandchildren. He will be sorely missed by all who knew and loved him. May he rest in peace.

Gayle and Tom Harmer posted on 6/24/23
Our family sends our love and sympathy to yours. We began to know Pam in the 1970s. She lived in Woodridge and we in Lisle, IL. We attended the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, the first one built there, all of us sharing our lives together as we reached out in the area to introduce folks to the author of the Bible, Jehovah God Almighty. Many great memories shared as we enjoyed watching our children grow up and progress in good healthy habits. Time passes and we like autumn leaves find ourselves now in different places. When she is standing back up, recreated, and in God’s New System under His kingdom, we will have time to spend in wonderful ways, as living forever, sharing our lives together again. Revelation 21: 3,4

Ginger Hogrefe posted on 6/23/23
Steve, deeply sorry for your loss. Prayers to you and your family, you all are in our thoughts and prayers. Nancy & Ginger Hogrefe Sandy Betterly Lee Alice

Carl and Judy Huffman posted on 6/23/23
Richard was one of a kind, a humble and special person. He lived his Faith- always caring for others, especially his family. For sure, God has a special place for him in Heaven - probably balancing the Heavenly Books. We will cherish the memories of the happy and fun times we had together recently in Florida, Wisconsin and Illinois. Our prayers are with you, Louise, the children and grandchildren. May God extend His graces to strengthen you during your time of grief. May God bless you

Katie Kennedy posted on 6/23/23
To Louise and Family, my sincere sympathies at the loss of Richard. He was a caring and wonderful man. Richard & Louise were helpful neighbors that became exceptional friends. My sisters and I will miss the conversations and helpful "project" and "life" advice that Richard always provided. He was gracious, honest, and was always willing to lend a hand with any project. He will be greatly missed. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Madeleine Van Hecke posted on 6/22/23
Richard was a favorite friend of my husband, Greg. They shared an irreverent, great sense of humor that made our time together as couples so much fun! My heart goes out to you at this painful time, Louise. I don't travel much these days, but I'm only a phone call away if you want to talk. Sending my love, Madeleine

Bonnie L. Turek posted on 6/22/23
To all the Tuma family. My heart is full of tears over the loss of Richard.He was an exceptional, self made, multitalented man, rich is knowledge, generosity, humor, kindness, with a deep devotion to his family, community and his church. A GREAT role model. I wish, Louise, that I could be there for you, as you were for me, here in Austin TX in 2010, and many times since then. I've only to look around my home and yard to see examples of Richard's legacy. My sympathy to all of you, as you remain in my prayers. Much love, Aunt Bonnie.

David Bretl posted on 6/22/23
My deepest sympathies to Louise and family. My first association with Richard was a professional one through his work with emergency communications issues in Walworth County. Richard’s magnanimous personality, candor, generosity in terms of sharing his knowledge and time and, of course, great stories, soon made him my friend. He was an active volunteer in his community. He readily shared his knowledge of emergency communications but never hesitated to step outside of his “wheelhouse,” by learning as well as contributing his wealth of real-life experience and common sense in subject matters ranging from elections to community redevelopment. I will never forget his sense of humor, civic-mindedness and the wise counsel that he provided me over the years. Take comfort in the impact that he made on communities, organizations and individuals; the example that he provided us and his faith in life everlasting as we work through our grief at his loss. With condolences and respect. Dave Bretl

Gene Gambale posted on 6/21/23
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family

Richard & Donna Bauer posted on 6/21/23
To Louise and family, I was truly shocked to learn of Rich's passing the other day as I was with him just a few weeks earlier at a DU-COMM function. He was the same old Rich, always with a smile and a hearty handshake. I worked with Rich for many years both at DU-COMM as well as on Illinois APCO. He was a dedicated individual who had a vision of what should be and worked diligently to make that vision a reality. Our sincere condolences on your loss. We hope and pray that you'll find peace going forward. Richard & Donna Bauer Wheaton IL

Jim Kohout posted on 6/20/23
My deepest sympathy to the family.

Mary Lou Logsdon posted on 6/20/23
I am very sad to hear of Richard's death. He was always so full of life, happy, spirited. I loved how he loved my dear friend Louise. He was attentive when they were young and remained so throughout their years, and most recently as they dealt with her cancer. I know you will miss him dearly. May he always live in your hearts with his kindness, care and loving presence. Much love to all of you, Mary Lou Logsdon

Jodi McWherter posted on 6/20/23
Dad I still can't believe your gone. We all miss your video calls and phone. It is so quiet at your house and Maxwell is looking for his "Dads" but we're taking good care of him. The girls were looking for you yesterday but they were having a great time jumping on your hospice bed. We're all glad we could honor your end of life wishes and that was to sleep at your house and gosh I'm so glad I did. I miss your hugs. Say hi to mom up there for me. I will see you when I see you. Love your daughter

Mary Simon posted on 6/20/23
Dear everyone, My heart is breaking for you and I wish I could be there to give everyone my love and hugs. We are praying for you always.

Chris Boeschen posted on 6/20/23
Our deepest condolences to Louise and family. Richard was such a kind man. His smiles will be missed.

Cece Surina posted on 6/20/23
May God you with open arms. I pray your love ones will be there to greet you in heaven. Welcome Home. Your friends The Surinas.

Jim Kincer posted on 6/19/23
Steve, we are very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and Prayers!

Linda Eastabrooks posted on 6/19/23
She was a wonderful person and friend. She will be missed.

Denise Smith posted on 6/19/23
My deepest condolences to Louise and the family. My heart breaks for all of you. Please know you are all in my prayers. Richard was an intelligent, and wonderful boss, and a treasured friend that I will truly miss. I was blessed to have him in my life, and that’s how I will remember him. With sympathy and love, Denise Smith

Sabrina Fountas posted on 6/19/23
My dear cousin John, I just found out about your passing. You hold so many memories of our time together as younger kids and young adults. May God keep you in his loving embrace. I will always remember your kindness.

Jeff Lopeka posted on 6/11/23
First of all, I give my true condolences to the whole Dolce family. I am still in shock from when I heard the news this week from Becky. I have known Dan and his family for 27 years. This is one of the hardest things I’ve had to write in a while. He was one of my best friends was in there wedding years ago and will be truly missed not only by me but hundreds of people. I have so many stories to tell over 27 years so many cubs games, so many fun parties, family outings, graduations, birthday parties, etc. I don’t even know where to start. I will miss everything from grilling, ,baseball or, cornhole all the fun games we used to play! My heart and soul will forever have a hole that will be greatly missed! LUV YA BRO May you rest in ☮️ my dear friend and bless your family here on earth for eternity

Diane Godsey posted on 6/10/23
Forever greatful you were an amazing funny , delightful woman thanks for being my great aunt

Diane posted on 6/10/23
You were a special light in my life , I always remember wood and flowers forever aunt Nancy may you forever be blessed say hi to grandma and greats ,

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Siobhan Kierans posted on 6/9/23
Sincere condolences to Greg’s family and friends. I was saddened to hear of Greg’s passing. We were neighbors and friends and he looked after my dogs from time to time. They loved him very much! I enjoyed our chats and visits and admired him being a vegetarian. He was the first person we met when we moved in and he certainly made us feel welcome. He will be missed and remembered. Rest in peace Greg.

Shanna Barnes posted on 6/8/23
I was without words when I spoke to Becky on Tuesday, I am still without of words & I'm sure I will be on Sunday as well so let me try here. We were neighbors who became like family. I am so heartbroken for Becky, David, Nicolas & Olivia. Dan loved his family very much and was so open & honest about that; and it showed all the time. The family's loss of Dan is truly tragic. Although we are no longer neighbors the memories my girls have with Dan were always appreciated but will now be cherished a bit differently. My most sincere and deepest condolences.

Cathy Carbaugh posted on 6/8/23
I am deeply saddened at the loss of Dan for you and your children. Words, no matter how kind, will not ease the heartache. I hope the comfort of family and friends will help ease the pain, even if just slightly. Keep his memories forever in your heart. My prayers are with you and your family. Cathy Carbaugh

Dan McCarthy posted on 6/8/23
Danny boy and I had many great times. Met him while we worked together for Bob Rorhman. He was always "All in" at work, family and friends. He is missed. God Bless. May your light shine in your family's eyes and May God hold you in the palm of his hand.

Jose Rojas posted on 6/7/23
My deepest condolences and sympathy goes out Becky and family. Dan and his family were good neighbors of mine for 18 years. Dan could always be heard laughing and having a good time. I was always invited to his get togethers. He always knew how to put up a good firework show on the 4th of July. He was a very dedicated father to David, Nick, & Olivia and devoted to his wife Becky.

Vince & Kristina Ducato posted on 6/7/23
Danny my kids never met you but they both know your name because of two stories we have told them that make us laugh to this day that involved your hilarious antics. Mitch’s great marketing idea for Valentine’s Day Balloons that included a helium tank and the EXTREMELY hot chicken wings during Monday Night Football at Buffalo Wild Wings. Both stories are almost 20 years old and still we crack up EVERYTIME. RIP

Vince & Kristina Ducato posted on 6/7/23
Danny my kids never met you but they both know your name because of two stories we have told them that make us laugh to this day that involved your hilarious antics. Mitch’s great marketing idea for Valentine’s Day Balloons that included a helium tank and the EXTREMELY hot chicken wings during Monday Night Football at Buffalo Wild Wings. Because of you we never got another helium tank! Both stories are almost 20 years old and still we crack up EVERY TIME. May God Bless you and keep you. RIP

Christy McGovern posted on 6/6/23
I am so sorry for your loss. I remember him being a guest reader in our classroom… he loved being part of the school and supporting his children. Christy McGovern (Mrs. McGovern) Troy Craughwell

Larry Durnil posted on 6/6/23
Oh Danny Boy,you will be missed. Thank you for being my friend and fellow Cubbie fan. It will be a long day without you my friend,I’ll tell you all about it when I see you again

Cyndi Hower posted on 6/5/23
Nubby & Family, So Sorry about Helen. If i would of known i would of been there. Please call me & leave a message Love you 847.868.4376

Joni Cave posted on 6/3/23
Christina, I want to extend my condolences and wrap you and your family in love. Joni Cave

Nicholas Flynn posted on 6/3/23
I had the pleasure of taking Jonathan on his sales day and not only did he inspire me with his kindness and willingness, but he helped me set up a few appointments and ultimately a customer who he later serviced. Anyone who works at Cintas can attest to how truly impressive this is. Jonathan showed compassion from the moment I met him and had a good heart. Not only was he sweet, but he genuinely cared. We were blessed enough to work together quite often and I’m honored to have gotten to know Jonathan on a personal level. God bless his soul, and prayers to all that knew and loved him.

John Slawinski posted on 6/3/23
I've been blessed to be part of this ever growing family. I know family was very important to Jess as it is with the entire family. It is very important to my family that we share this kind of bond that is inseparable. We will miss Jessica but always remember all the fond memories that hold us together. So it is with a bittersweet goodbye until we meet again in the heavens above. From my family to yours, Slawinski Family

Bill Finger posted on 6/3/23
My condolences to the Salgado family. Jonathan had a way of brightening up a room when he entered. He always had a smile on his face and looked at the positive side of things. I didn’t know Jonathan very long but I thank God for putting him in front of me and giving me the opportunity to know. He is an inspiration and will always be remembered.

Wilma Beavers posted on 6/2/23
I remember a lot of good times with her swimming in the pool getting a good tan putting perms in each other’s hair playing poker every Friday and Saturday night she will always be missed by me love u sis

Elaine Mullins posted on 6/2/23
You was a beautiful and very sweet person. You will be missed by all your family, but now you are reunited with Jr. And Macel. Rest in peace sweet lady.

Jorge Rodriguez posted on 6/2/23
I have known Georgia for years she raised my son to be a very responsible young man and for that I will for ever be greatfull i pray that you are with your son and husband and that you will be in peace.and in a better place now.

Ivan desfassiaux posted on 5/31/23
Condolences from the Desfassiaux family , we love you all and we’ve had great times with all of you , your family is in our prayers !

Adriana Dominguez posted on 5/31/23
Salgado! I remember our McDonald’s trips after Law enforcement in high school you never failed to make me smile! Or our trips to starved rock gosh I’m going to miss you so much! Fly high!

Virginia "virgie" Sandoval posted on 5/31/23
My deepest sympathy to my aunt Linda and family. Jesse will forever be in my heart and I will miss her so so much.

Mary Ann Jaeger posted on 5/31/23
Sylvia, please accept my condolences to you and your family. I worked with Stan for many years at Eaton and he was the nicest gentleman I have ever met.

Dori Eppenstein posted on 5/31/23
Jonathan, Your positive, radiant, contagious smile will be missed at Cintas. During your time here you became a rockstar on route and a trusted partner that everyone wanted to be around. You will be greatly missed by your partners and customers!

Richard Velders posted on 5/31/23
We were so blessed to know Alex and his dear wife Eleonora. I was so inspired by his story offered to the men's ministry at New Life Church. Our comfort is knowing he is now with the Lord.

Marta Salgado posted on 5/31/23
Jon, you never failed to make everyone laugh and always knew how to be positive in difficult situations. I can’t thank God enough for meeting a great person like you. May you rest easy and just know I will forever cherish the memories we had! <3 Going to miss you Jon.

Yamitza N Gonzalez posted on 5/31/23
My deepest condolences for Jonathan family. I'm one of his best friend mom and Jonatan was a brother for my son and I'm so glad that their friendship is forever. My son Robert and I will remember always. Rest in peace my dear Jonathan.

Maddie Jude posted on 5/31/23
Jon, you were always the happiest and goofiest one in the room no matter the situation. You never failed to put a smile on everyone’s face. Your presence was so uplifting and I never went a minute without laughing in any conversation we had. I am so blessed and grateful to have known you. I will remember you, always. Rest easy <3

Mary Hayden posted on 5/30/23
First Marilyn and now Buddy. Hugs for your family as you remember these Walworth County icons.

Mike Waddell posted on 5/29/23
As a former student of Mrs. Jo, I remember her as a person to be reckoned with – a force of good. She was a generous and compassionate educator, who left an indelible impression on me. Mrs Jo was the crown jewel of my formative education. What a gift to have been a part of her educational legacy.

Eisbrenner Family posted on 5/28/23
Our sincere condolences to everyone that was a part of Jessica’s life. We didn’t know Jessica but from all the comments we have read she was a wonderful person and truly loved. She touched many lives and will be thought of often. May your many wonderful memories of her life carry you though this most difficult time. Something we have personally found to be of great comfort are the thoughts expressed in the Bible at John 5:28 “all those in the memorial tombs will hear his (Jesus Christ) voice and come out “. May God Jehovah give strength and his love to each of you.

Eivind Svensen posted on 5/26/23
Dear Gloria and Family, We have lived next door to you and Buddy for over 20 years now and we couldn’t have asked for better Neighbors. We will miss Buddy, his smile and his good sense of humor. Our prayers are with you and may God give you peace through this difficult time. Lovingly, Eivind, Jessica, Trevor and Those we Love don’t go away They walk beside us every day Unseen, unheard but always near Still loved, still missed and very dear

Steven Lifka posted on 5/25/23
Condolence to the Padilla family. Jessica will be greatly missed. I went to High School with Jessica class of 2007 Riverside Brookfield High School.

Eva Y. Bloodgood posted on 5/24/23
You will be missed by family and friends. I didn't know you well but we are family. I do know that you were treasured as a daughter, granddaughter, niece and friend. May the Lord keep you in his loving arms. You will have many hugs waiting for you by Irma & Ellen.

Elizabeth J Rutledge posted on 5/23/23
Dear Gloria and family, Dick and I plus family are sending you very much love at this time of loss. We think of you often, and, indeed the entire family, as wonderful people and skilled sports participants!!! Buddy clearly was only one of a kind, and we shall always remember happy interactions with both him and you. Please let us know if we can be of help somehow. Son John alerted us to this great loss just today. May God bless each of you, as you reflect on your marvelous lives together.

Don & Ann Parfet posted on 5/23/23
To Gloria and Family, It has been a privilege to have known Buddy and all of you. Buddy was an inspiration in sailing and business. His approach to both was masterful and always with victory in mind. We send our condolences from Gull Lake Michigan where Buddy and family will be forever remembered for fine starts and great finishes and where you will always be welcomed on our shores and race courses. We are certain as Buddy enters the Pearly Gates he will round up past the most windward one as he earns his greatest honor. May he Rest In Peace. Don and Ann Parfet Richland, Michigan

John and Fanny Carter posted on 5/23/23
What a lovely person she was, she will be deeply missed. Please accept our deepest condolences.

Fanny and John Carter posted on 5/23/23
What a lovely person she was, she will be deeply missed.Please accept our deepest condolences

Felisa Villegas-Sharp posted on 5/22/23
Jess, You will be missed. I always had fun talking with you when you were in Topeka, Ks. Rest In Peace. Felisa and the girls.

Linda Padilla posted on 5/22/23
Jess loved making people laugh. Loved N'Sync, Glee, getting blinged out. St.Patricks day her favorite holiday. Jessie loved her family. Wanted to be in Indiana with all the littles. But mostly Jessica loved me. I will miss you forever. Give your daddy a big hug. Pray for me.

Thomas Kwiatkowski posted on 5/22/23
Dear Hans and entire Melges family, it is with gratitude I have been reading the tributes to Buddy. What a grand man in so many ways. Your obituary was beautiful especially when you try to sum up 93 years of achievements in a few paragraphs. You all must be so proud to have the last name of Melges, a name recognized world wide. We will all miss Buddy but always remember his spirit. For all of us his legacy lives on in our hearts and minds and he will always be a big part of Lake Geneva history. God bless Buddy and the Melges family, sincerely Tom and Barb Kwiatkowski

Shanon posted on 5/20/23
It was a pleasure to meet you when we bought our house in the neighborhood. Both our love for dogs created our introduction to each other.... Sail freely my friend!

Pam Halperin posted on 5/20/23
So very sorry for ur loss. Prayers.

Amy Pringle-Holmes posted on 5/20/23
I don't remember how old I was when I finally realized that I wasn't actually related to "Aunt Marcia". That was disappointing. But I can't imagine a better choice for godparents. The light, and the sweet fragrance that always emanated from Aunt Marcia, was a tangible touch of Jesus, and always felt like a warm welcome. Such an amazing soul will be missed beyond words. Your family has been and will continue to be in my prayers.

Craig Abraham posted on 5/19/23
So sorry to learn about Mr. Melges’s passing. I provide service to Lake Geneva residents as a residential painter and I got to know him from work so fid at their place. Wonderful man and also his wife Gloria. Outstanding family big loss to his community.

Peggy and Bert Andrews posted on 5/19/23
To Joan and Family. We are so sorry for your loss. We were very blessed to have met her and John in Sarasota and spent several years with them, making many wonderful memories which we will cherish always. We thoroughly enjoyed their visit with us here in Newfoundland…Claire even put her feet in the cold Atlantic Ocean, which she was determined to do! She was a beautiful soul and I’m sure she is with the angels smiling down on us. May your precious memories comfort you at this time in the future. Rest in Peace my friend. ❤️

Wendy Winzeler posted on 5/19/23
Gloria, I treasure the times that I shared with you both in Perth as, well as Lake Geneva. It was a great honor to spend time with my Mother Ruth, her sister Lucy and Buddy’s Mom, Louise. I could see where Buddy got his sense of humour…. I wish you and yours peace, love and grace. Best, Wendy Winzeler

Darrell Frederick posted on 5/19/23
Mrs. Jo as we called her in grade school back in the 80's, was a special lady and fondly remembered. She was always fun full of life and quick to tell you how things really were. May she rest in peace and enjoy the eternal life her and Mr. Jo will sha re. God Bless.

Rose Johanningsmeier Russell posted on 5/18/23
I am so sorry for your loss, Nancy was a big part of my Mom's life at Immanuel (Marjorie Johanningsmeier) I will never forget the vitamins they were good. You all have my heart felt sorrows. May God give you peace and comfort during this time.

Sharon(Grimes) Casazza posted on 5/18/23
Deepest sympathy for the loss of your mother, grandmother, & great grandmother Trish I only knew Trish since the last 2 years of high school. I have very fond memories of her and some of the fun & crazy things we did. She was one of the first kids I met and she was kind & welcoming to me. Praying for God’s comfort to you, her family Sharon(Grimes) & Bob Casazza

Karen Cribben posted on 5/18/23
Nancy was a very special friend of mine. She has been in my prayers since she moved. I am so sorry for your loss. I will be out of town for the funeral, but you will be in my thoughts and prayers.

dick rissman posted on 5/18/23
Kent sorry for your loss, been a rough week for the Rissman family losing Aunt Rosemary all the same week. Stay strong cuz.

Lara Drummond posted on 5/18/23
My aunt truly lived an amazing life, and was never afraid to tell you what she thought. This world has lost a great soul, but left a strong impression on those who knew her. With love, Lara

Eric Wasowicz posted on 5/17/23
Mark, We are sorry to hear about your Mom. She is in a better place. Our prayers are with you and your family. Eric

Diane and Al Drummond posted on 5/17/23
We loved her dearly. She was always happy to see us. She was loved.

Tom posted on 5/17/23
I will always remember going to Sharon,WI and later Walworth, WI when I was younger to visit Aunt Mary and Uncle Chuck. A lot of fond memories. You will be missed dearly. God bless you and RIP, Your Nephew, Tom

Elaine Stahl posted on 5/17/23
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Larry Wilkening Elaine Stahl

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Adrianne Bertrand posted on 5/16/23
How do I count all the impact Marcia made in my life? We both enjoyed finding a great deal at Macy’s or Marshalls. Often we both had the same piece of clothing in our wardrobe. Other days we traded clothing just to have fun. In December of 2022 she sent me her beloved Chatham sweater. I popped it right on after opening it on Christmas morning. We adored eating lunch at Wildflower Cafe topping it off with a generous piece of key lime pound cake. Marcia was a member of our Unbook Club which was a wonderful experience of sharing ideas about books we all loved. Everyone in our group was part Norwegian. Most of us ate Lefse and grew up in the Midwest. My heart is heavy, but I know Marcia is an Angel meeting and greeting new arrivals . Love to all of the Swenson Family. ♥️ Adrianne

Karen Lattin posted on 5/15/23
David, John, Scott and Kari, I am so saddened to hear of your loss. Marcia was always so friendly and welcoming and always had a smile. I’ll miss seeing her in the neighborhood as well as bumping into her in shops in town. You are all in my prayers. Karen Lattin 44 Up Hill Curcle

Michelle Hutchinson posted on 5/14/23
Our condolences to you Mike and family. Rosemary was so wonderful to speak and visit with and such a blessing to know. Our hearts are saddened by her passing. I enjoyed and looked forward to summer every year just so I could clip my flowers from the garden to give them to her. I know she loved them very much. Hutchinson Family

ruthless posted on 5/13/23
I miss you everyday brotha not a day goes by where you aint on my mind 1 day we will reunit bro its crazy how your gone we was bestfriends togather almost everyday blessings for your family brother and rest eazy and save me a spot next to you i love and miss you forever blad!!

Gene Marchesi posted on 5/13/23
Just saw this, my deepest sympathy for the family. Steve was a great guy and had a wonderful family. So sorry for your loss.

Jaspal singh posted on 5/12/23
I am so sorry to hear about late honorable Oscar R Peterson. He did a very noble work to providing a great school for children. Education is the best gift for our children to make the better future. My heartfelt condolences to the entire family. May god bless the departed soul. RIP.

April Hourselt posted on 5/12/23
My condolences to Nubby and the family . Sending love and prayers . Love April Hourselt and family

Mike Mitchell posted on 5/12/23
Many blessings for the family as you memorialize Steve ‘s life. May he rest in the arms of his savior and Lord.

Tom McPheron posted on 5/11/23
Mike and Charri, Suzanne and I were devastated to hear about the passing of Cullen. Though we never knew him, knowing you both tells me he was a great young man and a huge loss. Our hearts go out to your whole family during this difficult time. Tom and Suzanne

Marcia Will posted on 5/10/23
So sorry for your loss My. Prayers are with you and yours.

Jeri Kurz posted on 5/10/23
Dear Kathy and family, I was a high school classmate of Rick's and so sorry to hear of your loss. Was looking forward to seeing everyone in July at the reunion. Know my thoughts and prayers are with you all. Jeri Kurz (Steinbicer) DDHS Class of 1973

Michele Richardson posted on 5/9/23
My heart goes out to you for the loss of your loved one. Steve was the sweetest soul. Years ago, possibly grade school or early high school, Steve asked if I would sit for him so he could paint a portrait. Let’s just say he did a good job; however, my family has had many laughs with the portrait over the years. I have a family of four brothers and one sister, and we would rotate who had the honor of hosting Christmas each year. It never failed that whoever hosted Christmas would hang it in the entryway and decorate it with lights. Upon entry, our family would bow to the “Christmas goddess”. It is in storage currently or I would post a picture. So my memory of Steve will live on through this special portrait. My deepest sympathy, Michele (Laurich) Richardson

Gene and Noreen. Donka posted on 5/9/23
We are so sorry to hear of the death of a beautiful and talented Artist. I have envied your talent ever since I saw your first painting, Steve. May God bless you and keep you in the palm of his hand! I’m

Suzanne King posted on 5/9/23
We are so sorry for your loss ...from all the King family...

Carol Hinnant posted on 5/8/23
Dotty - thank you blessing us with Laura. It doesn’t take much to understand the mother you were to Laura and your entire family. Laura is a gift to her professional community and to her friends. You have left a beautiful legacy. Peace to you and your family. With deepest sympathies.

Lynda Trembley (Nana) posted on 5/8/23
You will forever hold a special place in my heart Cullen. I always loved the times you came to visit us and especially a very special Christmas visit. Love you.

Olivia Nendick posted on 5/7/23
Cullen was a very special person. Never in the time that I’ve known him has he ever been anything but kind to everyone around him. He always went out of his way to make other people happy. It’s been a blessing from God to have had him apart of my life. Cullen has been and will always be in my prayers. My heart goes out to his family, they raised an amazing man.

Leslie posted on 5/7/23
I have many fond memories of Helen Faye! Nub and Helen have been my parent's neighbors since I can remember. She was an amazing person. I remember spending warm summer days with her and my mom, our feet in the creek, telling stories, laughing, being happy. She was a great friend and neighbor. She and Jerry have been such an amazing pair and a great example of Christ's love in marriage. She will be missed by many.

Jennifer Lee (Rimsa) posted on 5/7/23
So sorry to hear this. I lost touch with Sue the last several years. I was at the wedding when she married Matt. I could tell how much they loved each other. Praying for The whole family. I wish I knew they moved to Tennessee. I moved to Tennessee 3 years ago and before that I lived in Florida with my son Zach for 5 years. I would have loved to have gotten together with them.

Penny Karcher Kresl posted on 5/7/23
Very sorry to hear about Rick's passing. My heart felt condolences. We were really looking forward to seeing him in July at our 50th DDHS class reunion . He has now gone ahead us to be with our Lord. So untimely. RIP Rick, we will all miss you. ✝️

MARLENE A BRADY posted on 5/7/23
Our sincere condolence to your family from Mike & Marlene Brady families.

Don Johnson posted on 5/6/23
I spent many days of my childhood at their home which were some of the best times of my life. She was always so loving and made us all laugh on many occasions but the best memory is when she had to tell her husband that her son received a ticket for going to slow. Mike has been my best friend since Junior High but she always welcomed me in with open arms like one of her own kids. She kept us straight but when you needed her she was always there, she never pulled any punches and would always tell you how it was. She truly was an amazing lady. She will be truly missed and loved.

Ernestine Marie (Granter) Adair posted on 5/6/23
When we were children, our parents often visited Dalhart friends in Texas and the zoo owned by the Gumpers situated in a small airplane hangar. Behind the hangar, leaning against the building, was an old small aircraft, abandoned and surrounded by tall grass. One of my fondest memories were of Charlie and I playing in the plane, pretending to be pilots flying all over the world. We recently wrote each other about that as we both remembered it, but he even recalled the type of plane it was. I also remember the many track and field ribbons he won in high school. He set a record for the 100 yard dash and he was very proud of that. We shared a love for animals, passed on to us by both our parents. Charlie wrote beautiful poems about his pets. Charlie loved cars and motorcycles. If anyone had a question about either, he probably had the answer. The best thing he ever did was marry his wife, Anita. He knew that and always expressed both concern and appreciation for her support during their 52 years of marriage. I look forward to seeing him again, giving him a big hug, and saying with a smile, "I told you so."

Sharon Blau posted on 5/6/23
To the family of Richard Cooper, I am so sorry for the loss of your husband, father, and grandfather. I always enjoyed seeing and talking to your family at Fontana school events that Kasen was participating in. What loving and devoted grandparents! It has been fun watching Kasen play football and basketball with his friends. Please accept my heartfelt condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Sharon Blau (Sean Deckers grandma)

Kendyll Leifheit posted on 5/4/23
She was a great grandma with lots of love to give. She will forever be missed.

Donna Szabo posted on 5/4/23
Candle lite for Richard and for your Family

Donna Szabo posted on 5/4/23
I am so so sorry Deanna (dee) I am sending you and your family many prayers, it has been a long time since we have seen each other, but I do love and miss you and your family, So many thoughts and prayers sent your way. Love you, So Sorry I could not be there.

DONALD WALKER posted on 5/4/23
I don’t know Steve well, but he volunteered with his mom and me at a church event. He was kind and liked by everyone. He will always be remembered.

Ted Myers Jr. posted on 5/3/23
Cullen was one of my first childhood friends. It didn't matter where we were or what we did, we always had fun together, and I'll forever cherish all the memories I had with him. My deepest condolences to Mike, Charri, Ellysse, as well as all his family and friends. I'll be keeping you all close to my heart during these sad times.

Chris Severt posted on 5/3/23
RIP Rick. It's been a pleasure knowing you.

Brooke posted on 5/3/23
My heart hurts so deeply about this loss. I didn’t know him as well as many others, but when I was a new student at yorkville schools, he was one of my first friends. I used to love to play game pigeon with him on my phone. He would often beat me at cup pong. He was the sweetest person. Please accept my deepest condolences. Sending all my love and hugs to the family and close friends.

Randy & LuAnne Powell posted on 5/3/23
Our business did a lot of work for Peter in helping him to build his dream of making the orchard a great place for families to spend time together. Every project we did was a joy to do as Peter was such an amazing person to be around and work with. Peter will be missed by so many. His whole family are in our thoughts and prayers.

Abby Thorne posted on 5/3/23
Cullen Trembley was one of my closet friends. He was truly so kind and caring. It always amazed me of how aware he was about the world around him. He had a beautiful soul who truly cared for others and I'm glad I got to witness it. Watching him grow as a person alongside me was one of the best things about our friendship. I'm glad I got to know him as I did. My condolences to his parents and sister. I hope you guys continue to stay strong during this time and that you are taken great care of.

Ernest & Donna Mall posted on 5/3/23
We are deeply saddened by the home-going of Peter Bianchini. We pray that God will give strength and grant comfort to the family. We will miss him greatly. “For the mountains may depart and the hills be removed, but my steadfast love shall not depart from you” — Isaiah 54:10

Grandpa Kirby posted on 5/3/23
When we were in the hospital room with Cullen, God’s spirit came into the room in the form of the hospital chaplain. We asked for a miracle and she prayed the most powerful prayer that could only come from God’s spirit. She took Cullen’s hand, talking to him softly and we couldn’t tell what she was saying. God’s spirit was assuring Cullen everything is ok, I’ve got you. At that moment we received our miracle. Not the one to give Cullen back to us, but one much greater. Sometimes when we think God has failed us, we just need to be quiet and listen to him telling us “I’ve got you”

Elissa posted on 5/3/23
I knew him throughout middle school and high school and was in band with him. He was a very smart young man and I am very sorry for your loss. He was funny and kind and would help anyone if they needed it.

Rachel Metcalfe posted on 5/2/23
There are no words in this world or the next that can express my sympathies. I’m keeping you family near and dear to my heart. Nothing but love for you.

Patricia (Bianchini) Forero posted on 5/2/23
I’m so sorry to hear of uncle Peter‘s passing. My memories of him are that he had a great sense of humor and he named me Patty Burger. A name my father called me until his own passing. Actually, he eventually shortened it and just called me Burg. Our prayers are with all of you. Maureen, Philip, and Patti

Stacie Welle - Chase posted on 5/2/23
Cullen was always a happy soul and even though we didn't know him long he did make us laugh & Smile. I remember one day he was just puttering around with a balloon and bouncing it off his head - he didn't think we saw him but we did and it was s innocent and happy. I will remember him like that.

Karen Ed breitenfield posted on 5/2/23
Royal apple orchard was right across From my parents house .they were always. Pete was a really nice guy, he always had smile . Was always a really good friend gone miss Heaven Gain Angel named Pete

Amy (Van Mol) Bertram posted on 5/2/23
Charri and family, I am devastated to learn of this tragic news. My family will be praying for your comfort and healing during these trying times. May God comfort you now and always.

Daphney posted on 5/2/23
Chari and family I’m so sorry to hear this terrible news. I know I’ve never met him but you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Please reach out if you need anything. I miss our chats and time together. Hugs dear cousin!

Eisbrenner Family posted on 5/2/23
Our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Cullen. Sometimes words can seem so inadequate during this time of grief and pain.Pray for strength and comfort to come for you and your family. May God comfort you as you move forward from this profoundly sad time in your life. Something we have personally found to be of great comfort are the thoughts expressed in the Bible at John 5:28 “all those in the memorial tombs will hear his (Jesus) voice and come out “. The death of a loved one is extremely painful but have faith in God Jehovah’s promise of a resurrection.

Michele Mueller posted on 5/1/23
I’ll always remember our ‘hugsy wugsy’ (as we called a big hug) that Cullen & I shared each time we saw each other. Since we moved, we last hugged almost a couple years ago and then had a nice talk that will always be cherished. We’ll miss Cullen & send all of our love to his entire family at this difficult time.

nita pierson posted on 4/27/23
prayers and sympathy to the family. Nita & Hartley Pierson

ALONZO AMADOR posted on 4/27/23

janet ittenbach posted on 4/24/23
She had a great reputation as a lawyer and was dedicated to fair and upholding the law as a prosecutor and judge. We won a tennis trophy in the City tournament and had a party. Good times. RIP Paula.

Donna Evans posted on 4/23/23
Rich , our deepest condolences to you & your loved ones . Suzy was a beautiful soul. RIP. Sincerely The D.Evans family

Donna Evans posted on 4/23/23
Dear Rich & family , Our deepest sympathy & condolences to you & yours . Susan such a lovely person . Again our condolences & prayers for you at this time of grieving . The Daniel Evans family

Tammy M Baxley posted on 4/19/23
I am going to miss you so very much!! All the memories we have will always live on with me in my heart!! We was always so close growing up and then we got older and drifted apart, which I really hate but I know we had our own lives and families to care for. I hope you tell everyone up there how we are all doing and gave them a big hug and kiss! I love and miss you so very much Jaybird!!!

BETTY MORRIS posted on 4/18/23

Don and Liz Plott posted on 4/18/23
Sorry to hear of Bonnie’s passing our sympathy to the family!

Nels Seastrom posted on 4/18/23
Susan, I will always remember our time working together. You always made even the hardest times so much more enjoyable with the way you pursued each day and life. You are truly missed and I hope you and your family have found peace.

Arnie & Kathy Cass posted on 4/17/23
She Will Be Missed Very Much!

Liz Walton posted on 4/16/23
I'm so grateful to have connected with Susan. She was a ray of sunshine who always thought of others. I am deeply saddened to hear of her passing. My deepest condolences to her family and friends.

Jaisie posted on 4/16/23
Bill was my grandpa. The best one in the entire world. Every family get together he’d always have us cracking up laughing and being his usual self, a smart mouth. But he had the biggest heart ever. He was a big part of my life. And no matter what, I always wanted him to know I loved him. There’s never a day where I’m not thinking about you grandpa. And I know you’re loving being with your cats, they’re home.

nate posted on 4/16/23
Richie always more than brightened my day with his presence and never there was a dull moment between us ever! Miss you, hunk! I know!

Claude Chénier posted on 4/15/23
My most sincere condolences dean John and family. I know it is always difficult to lose a loving father, no matter the age. Big hugs my dear friend...and one to my dear Camille.

Richard Wheeler Jr posted on 4/14/23
Our thoughts and prayers to Red and the entire family and extended family. May the healing process begin through the many shared memories, mom grandma and great grandma will be forever cherished in your hearts and minds forever. Please know you are all in my prayers as I continue my brief visit to my wife in Nigeria

Stephen A. Shuda, Ph.D. posted on 4/13/23
Gilbert Buttels was a good friend of mine at Western Illinois University in 1964. We both lived on the tenth floor of Washington Towers. Gil was really a character...great guy and fun to be with. My deepest sympathy goes out to his family. Stephen A. Shuda Florida

Lori Heidank posted on 4/13/23
My fondest memory of Susan was her outrageous snort of a laugh. She could brighten any day with her smile. Her eyes sparkled like no other

Lori Heidank posted on 4/13/23
Rich and Britt, my love and condolences are with you. I will forever love Susan and cherish the last 10yrs with her. Susan was my rock, my confident and her smile was contagious. Truly the most courageous woman I have ever known. Her love and commitment to her husband and daughter was unwavering. Rest in peace my dear friend, until we meet again.

Mike and Nora Prescott posted on 4/13/23
Sue, We will miss you dearly, your fantastic personality, beautiful smile and amazing friendship. May you rest in peace! Rich and Brittanny, May the Dear Lord grant you peace, love, strength, and comfort and may she always live in your hearts. Our deepest condolences!

Bill Piscitello posted on 4/13/23
Susan you will be greatly missed, it still doesn’t seem real. We always enjoyed hanging out with you and Rich, always lots of laughs. May you Rest In Peace. Love you

Andy and Pat Miller posted on 4/13/23
We miss our friendly chats over the fence. Prayers to help you guys through your grief.

George & Valerie Fetcho posted on 4/13/23
So sorry for your loss Rich, prayers for you and your family. we are heart broken...

LISA PIEGZA-PISCITELLO posted on 4/13/23
Our friendship had a rocky start, but we ended up the best of friends. It was a privilege to be her friend for 37 years. From our days working in the insurance office, both our weddings, to Christmas parties, and the birth of Brittanny to name a few events. She would always laugh when I told her my Mom would ask about "hit-by-a-truck Sue ". Couldn't ask for a better friend. Now she is at peace and illness-free. Bill & I will miss her very much!

susan contraveos posted on 4/13/23
Susan you will always be remembered by that smile....may you rest in peace... until we all meet again...xo

Linda Marr posted on 4/12/23
I am saddened by the sudden loss of my sister, Idella Cunningham. She was a special lady who always had a positive attitude. When I was a baby, Idella took care of me and my older brother while our parents did field work on our dairy farm. We had a special bond which lasted over 70 years. I will miss her but I know she is in my heart forever. Linda Marr I knew Idella for ten years as my sister-in-law. She was a kind person and will be missed. Alan Marr

Delores posted on 4/11/23
I have great childhood family Christmas memories at uncle Eddie’s. Loved❤️

Scott and Angie Schuler posted on 4/11/23
So sorry to hear of your loss Linda. All of our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family..

David J. Crose posted on 4/11/23
I worked with Paula on cases at the U.S.A. office when I was a White Collar Crime Investigator for the Indiana State Police.She was a very good Prosecutor! My deepest sympathy to her family and friends. She was a great person. David J. Crose ,I.S.P.First Sgt.(Retired)

Roderick Bohannan posted on 4/10/23
Rest in Peace. I all admire your fairness to the litigants, the attorneys who practice before you.

Geoffrey S. Lapin posted on 4/9/23
I have known Paula since 1973, when she moved to an apartment below mine on North Meridian Street. Over the years, we would cross paths occasionally, and in particular when I was in her Small Claims Court (I was the plaintiff!). She occasionally would walk by my present, downtown home in the Herron-Morton neighborhood. And I just remember her riding her bike over to cook me a chicken dinner! I am so very sad to learn of her passing. She was a good and kind soul. Geoffrey S. Lapin Retired cellist, Indianapolis Symphony

Mike Matteson posted on 4/7/23
Bobbie and Warren (Panky) were two of the adults I admired and respected while growing up in the Zenda community. Always smiling and chatting, they were just a fun couple to be around. Bobbie was always gracious and kind. Panky was larger than life, a veteran and a great neighbor. Together they contributed greatly in every area of life. I’m sure they are laughing and square dancing in Paradise.

Tammy Elbert posted on 4/7/23
Thank you for the time of my life when we ran around together, helped me with my first puppy, taking me to my favorite football teams game and sitting in the Kraft box seats. I think about you every day and will always miss you. Your beautiful piano playing will always make me smile. Always love you, Tammy at Kroger

Laurie Caputo posted on 4/5/23
Dear Knull Family, You are in our thoughts and prayers today and always. May good memories comfort you in time. Hugs, Laurie and Matthew Caputo

Laurie (Bartz) Miller posted on 4/4/23
My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Dan. I worked with him many years ago as an EMT and at times when I was with Medix Ambulance. He was always a pleasure to work with and I considered him a friend.

Linda Borneman Bryant posted on 4/4/23
Clarence (and MaryJane) were dear friends of my parents, Clyde and Eleanor Borneman. Mary Jane was in their wedding, and Clarence was in my mom's class at NHS. I spent many hours in their home in Millbrook for 4-H meetings and visits. I remember this 'stuffed' fish mounted on their stairway! I thought Clarence always plowed our lane on the Millbrook farm just for me because he always left an extra big pile in front of the chicken house. I could sled down it. My dad loved telling stories about the work they did pounding planks on the Millbrook bridge. In 2017, my dad spent a month at Hillside for rehab and sure enough, in came Clarence to brighten his day. I think he was really good at that. A smile on his face and a twinkle in his eyes. I am grateful to have known them.

Jay and Rosanne posted on 4/4/23
Our condolences for the family and friends of Dan. You are all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. God Bless!

mitt voss posted on 4/4/23
Terri, Jackie and Mike, Annette and I want to expresses our condolences and thoughts to you and your families. Your mothers smile and kind words will always be remembered. Bobbe will be missed but will live on in all our memories, with all who had the privilege of knowing her. Our thoughts are prayers are with all of you and your families. Annette and Mitt Voss

Mary Hayden posted on 4/3/23
Bobbe was a wonderful friend and a person that was so gracious at Linn Church. I first meet Bobbe when she picked my children up for Reek School and got stuck in our driveway! Sure will miss her smile.

Eisbrenner Family posted on 4/2/23
Our sincere condolences to to the family and friends of Dan. May words of encouragement uplift your spirit at this difficult time. Losing a loved one is one of the most painful things in life. Dan will be deeply missed by many but will never be forgotten. He touched many lives and will be thought of often. In the difficult days to come may the many wonderful memories of Dan’s life give you comfort.Something that we have personally found to be of great comfort are the thoughts expressed in the Bible at John 5:28 “all those in the memorial tombs will hear his (Jesus) voice and come out “. May God Jehovah comfort you during this sad time in your life.

James N Karales posted on 4/2/23
Sorry for the loss of Clarence to family and friends. After a rain Mom would say here comes Mr Toftoy with his road grader on Budd road as always. Used to enjoy talking to him.

Karen Clapp posted on 4/1/23
To Emma’s family! So sorry for your loss, Emma and my mom were best of friends at Golden Years. I got to spend a lot of time with Emma, she was a wonderful, kind person. My mom, Lorraine, and I will miss her very much! May she Rest In Peace after a long life.

Chris Severt posted on 4/1/23
I have a lot of fond memories of Dan from the years we served together on Walworth Fire and Rescue. Dan was always very energetic and ready to take on any challenge. My condolences to the Knull family. Thoughts and prayers for them as they move forward.

DORIS GALINSKI posted on 3/30/23
Dear Carrie & Louise, Family Donna Mae was a very special lady, she was beautiful inside and out. No one can replace her for me. We had a lot of fun over our 50 years of friendship. We did a lot traveling and a lot of just being together. I will miss this lady very much. Good bye my dear friend, give a big hug to the guys for me ok.

Christine Franzen ( Nerko) posted on 3/30/23
My Dear Brother, where do I start ... there's so much I would of said on our phone calls or our texts.. I have them all and keep scrolling back to re read. This has hit me hard, you were supposed to be here when dad and mom are called home, u we're supposed to tell me 1 more time... it's like hell with the heat in AZ .. lol, Gosh, you gave mom and dad some grey hair thru the years. Just so you know, when you snuck out the window in the old house in Naperville.. the window was always on point on not being closed, but I could always see your footprints in the carpet.. mom used to rake it. lol .. I just had your back ❤️ I remember our earlier days, when you played baseball back in Bloomingdale, NJ .. mom worked the hotdog stand and I was your biggest fan. I remember being mad, when we had to sit snd sit and kill time until your karate practice was over. I remember all those dinners, where mom thought you ate your vegetables.. nope .. you fed gigi under the table. i remember getting off the bus in 8th grade and hearing lots of music .. I turned the corner, and yep .. chairs in pool, kids everywhere and I was like " oh greg" your so in trouble .. lol .. I cherish those days of you dancing to Mr. Roboto.. and you broke the slate door, which you tried to glue. The memories are fresh and feel like yesterday. I can see your skateboard and your oakleys in my head, and your loud music in my thoughts. I thank you for helping dad, when Aunt Eleanore had here stroke .. you dropped everything to help dad clear out the house in NY to make sure she started her new life in AZ. You were there when dad didn't feel good in Oklahoma, when we were driving back from TX. You jumped on a plane, which you hated to fly .. and bam you were there. As I sit in my car, I hear your raspy laugh.. it was annoying, but so contagious ❤️ You never changed to fit into any box, you walked to the beat of your own drum. You were a protective father and a fun dad.. Alex, probably has so many stories... You were a loyal husband to Tara for 25 yrs ... I wipe tears off my face more regularly now, life is short, unfair and not promised. Dad and Mom are taking this very hard, they keep breaking down, and its hard to be supportive, when I'm a mess. I hope its as beautiful as everyone says .. the gates, the bright lights, the parties... please keep an empty seat for me ❤️ I love you Greg, until we meet again.. love your little sister .. Teeny .. I hated that, buts that what you called me.. watch over us keep us safe and free of sickness.. help mom see again a little better ... keep the light on for us .. your memory will live on .. love Christine

Stacey Nash posted on 3/29/23
It's so sad to hear of Greg's passing. I was driving when I saw the message from his sister Christine come through. I teared up. So many great memories with him, especially from our high school and college years. They all came rushing back when I heard the news. Once driving in his old gold Buick after taking our SAT test, and the motor in his power window stopped working with the window down. We were almost to my house when a thunderstorm came through. We were laughing so hard as the rain came blowing in. I was wet...he was soaked! We would also jam songs on the cassette deck of that old car, quite often Beastie Boys. I still think of him when Paul Revere comes on. Other great memories include him chauffeuring all of us for homecoming. Another dissembling my cubical desk in detention. When I took out the last screw, the cubical barrier came crashing down, waking everyone up. I got another detention for that, and he got a detention because he couldn't stop laughing! We were already in there for getting into trouble during our silent study hall in the auditorium. We were way up high in the seats, and there was a drum set way down on the stage. We took turns throwing pennies at it. One of the pennies hit one of the drum heads, onto another, and finally hitting a cymbal! We had lockers right next to each other our senior year, and both taped as much stuff inside our lockers to decorate them. Most of the stuff was hard rock/metal bands of the time, but the one thing I remember the most was a huge cut out of Ernie from Sesame Street holding a plunger. Weird and hilarious. A picture of our locker doors made the senior yearbook. There are so many things I could list, but I'll end with one of my favorites. One night at an infamous Jay Widder party, we walked to the railroad tracks close to his house. We sat on the rail, and were there for most of the night under the stars, smoking cigarettes and talking just about anything you could think of. I'll never forget that. I think what upsets me the most is knowing that a person that was a huge part of my life is no longer here. So many of the stories of my youth that I still tell others about today include him in them. And telling them from here on out will be bittersweet knowing he is no longer here. I'm so glad I was able to reach out and talk with him a few years ago and catch up. My heart aches for his family. He was a very special person, and will be missed by so many. See you on the other side my friend. Have a cold one ready for when I join you. You may be gone, but not forgotten.

Sandra Lynn posted on 3/29/23
Louise, Carrie and Family: Donna was a wonderful woman who I shall miss! I enjoyed the times we all spent together. I loved having dinner by her house with your Dad. She was always so kind to me. I remember you all coming to my son's Memorial to support me and celebrate Rob. It meant a lot to me! I am glad she was able to come to the parties at my house. It was a pleasure working with her. I shall always cherish the memories of her. Please accept my sincere sympathy!

John J Jasinski posted on 3/29/23
Tara & Family - I am so very sorry to hear of the passing of your friend, husband, father, and companion. Very deepest condolences.

Janet Enck posted on 3/28/23
Rick and I are so sorry to hear of Julie's sudden passing. She was someone who I wish I had knwn better since Jennifer was in our daughter Jenny's class at HBR. She was always so upbeat snd shared that she loved making gifts in her kitchen - I was lucky enough to get some homemade vanilla that she made. I'll think of her whenever I see that bo ttle. We're keeping you in our prayers. Rick & Janet Enck

Stephanie kaphengst posted on 3/28/23
I have many memories of Greg from high school. Such a fun guy with a great smile and laugh. RIP old friend.

Nora Sargent posted on 3/27/23
Our family is so very saddened to learn of Mrs. Morsch's passing. She was so incredibly patient and sweet with my son, Adam. Julie was selfless in her time and possessed so much love and kindness. We and all of HBR lost a real lovely woman. Our prayers are with her family and all those had the amazing pleasure to be her friend.

Judy Sola posted on 3/26/23
Paul and Family, We were very sorry to hear of Nancy’s passing. You are all in our thoughts and prayers at this time. Please accept our deepest condolences. God Bless! Oscar and Judy So

Officer Joe posted on 3/26/23
Cliff was always a great friend and a great person to talk to. Always full of fun information. He will be missed

Carolyn A. Warfield and John posted on 3/25/23
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Oscar. May God bless him in heaven .We have great memories of getting to know him and Jan in our lives. We will say prayers for peace and love as he rest in peace with God. Jan may you have loving thoughts and remembrance of your loving life together.

Dawn Groh Morrow posted on 3/25/23
I am so very sorry to read this. Karen, my thoughts are with you and Nancy's family.

KAYE AURIGEMMA posted on 3/25/23

gary higgin posted on 3/25/23
so sorry to the trost family...i knew terry well when we were growing up,,good man indeed

John Naughton posted on 3/24/23

Anna Lingus posted on 3/24/23
If only there had been a free, safe and effective vaccine that could have prevented this.

Eisbrenner Family posted on 3/24/23
Our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Nancy Hanson. May all your wonderful memories out weigh your sadness during this difficult time. May words of encouragement uplift your spirit at this time of sorrow. Something we have personally found to be of great comfort are the thoughts expressed in the Bible at John 5:28 “all those in the memorial tombs will hear his ((Jesus) voice and come out “. May God Jehovah comfort you during this sad time in your life.

Joy Eames posted on 3/23/23
I remember having a great time when Nancy and her family came to visit at my grandparents place. I am very sad to hear of her passing, and my thoughts and love go out to Lisa, Jennifer, and family. I love you guys.

Angela Eames posted on 3/22/23
We’re all thinking of Paul, Lisa and Jennifer.

Angela Eames posted on 3/22/23
Remembering Nancy. ️️

Nancy Lake posted on 3/22/23
My parents, Julius and Kay Dunham, were good friends of Harold and Florence. They first met them at Rainbow Plantation (I think)and always made a point of parking their rig as close to Harold's as possible. They just loved them! Harold's would always stop by their home on his way home from Alabama or on his way to visit family in Illinois. Mom hadn't heard from Harold for awhile and was really concerned about him. My Dad had had dementia and they were no longer going south for the winter. While my husband and I were visiting friends down south, we hunted up Harold and found him at his assisted living. I called my Mom from his apartment, and they were able to have a nice chat. Such a sweet man always! Both my parents have passed on now, but I always think of Harold when we are down Alabama way. I'm sure they are all having a great time in the campgrounds of heaven. I'm so sorry to hear of his passing.

Barbara Rocha posted on 3/20/23
Our heart breaks over Cliff’s passing. He was very much loved and respected by everyone in our family. Sending peace and love to him as he moves on to his new journey. And love and hugs to all the Lill family too. The Rocha family

Norman Wilcox posted on 3/20/23
Sandee and John and family have been close friends of ours for 35 years. During that time, we got the great honor of getting to know Oscar and Jan. Always kind, gentle and with a fun sense of humor, Oscar was a true gentleman and loving father/grandfather. His faith continues to grow through his family. He is missed.

Barry Vegter posted on 3/20/23
Hey Sandee, John, Russ, Becky, and your Children & Grandchildren, I am sorry for your loss. Oscar was such an example of Christ to me. He was an encourager and such a gentle, kind, and giving man. I am praying for God's comfort in your loss. Love, Barry and the rest of the Vegter Clan

Bobbi Sorrentino posted on 3/20/23
Jan & Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Oscar was a kind and generous man and will be greatly missed. You are in my thoughts and prayers, Bobbi Sorrentino

Hope Mittelsteadt posted on 3/19/23
So very sorry for your loss! May God wrap his loving arms around your family and carry you through this time of sorrow. Prayers and Love

Thomas Cowan posted on 3/19/23
Dear Ron and Family, I am so sorry about the loss of your son, Benjamin. It has been a long time Ron and I hear that your father passed away not long ago also. I am so, so sorry. I wish I had the right words to say but know that I am thinking of you and keeping you in my prayers. With a heavy heart, Tom Cowan

Denny McDonough posted on 3/19/23
A remarkable , strong woman.... It was a pleasure to know her... Slainte

Denny McDonough posted on 3/19/23
Sending & hugs

Marcia Hanson posted on 3/19/23
Jan and family, sending my heartfelt love, and hugs to you. Oscar will always be remembered as a great Christian man, a wonderful family man who had so much love and pride for his family. He was always so humble and genuine to everyone he knew. This is a Definite reality, that Jesus, our Lord and Savior, was very much part of him. He was so very Blessed by God. He will certainly be missed by the Trinity members, we will miss his friendship and smiles, especially when we shared the peace with each other. He will always be with you until that glorious day that you will have that loving reunion at home in Heaven. He will be there to welcome you right beside Jesus. A pastor friend told me once, “After your last breath on earth, your next breath will be in Heaven.” I found that comforting, I hope you do too. My prayer for you is that you find comfort and love, in our Loving Fathers arms.

Angel Reyes posted on 3/18/23
Ben was always kind to me, he was the kind of person that asked how you were doing and genuinely cared. He joked with me, shared stories with me and since I was new to being a father, gave me advice about being a father. He was one of a kind and I am happy he became part of my family, I just wish I got to talk with him more. Te quiero mucho Tia Mayra and my deepest condolescnes to everyone of his family.

Angel Reyes posted on 3/18/23
Ben was always kind to me, he was the kind of person that asked how you were doing and genuinely cared. He joked with me, shared stories with me and since I was new to being a father gave me advice about being a father. He was one of a kind and I am happy he became part of my family, I just wish I got to talk with him more. Te quiero mucho tia Mayra and my deepest condolences to everyone of his family.

Carolyn Curry-Ferguson posted on 3/18/23
My heart felt condolences goes out to the entire family. Although I never personally met Ben only in passing on our Essex CT block where him and family were our neighbors for a long time. In passing he always greated you with a smile and a friendly hello. May God bless and keep your family with love in your absence. RIP Ben, sure gonna miss your neighborly smile ❤️

JJ Hernandez posted on 3/18/23
Ben was one of the most loving and caring people i’d ever met. He always strived to be a good person not only for himself but especially for the people he loved and cared about, i’ll forever miss our heart to heart conversations, but especially our nerdy star wars, cars and movie conversations. He will be missed wholeheartedly, and our lives will forever be emptier and quieter with him gone.

grace sullivan posted on 3/18/23
Its hard to express words at a time such as this...Your in my thoughts and prayers.. May god comfort your family in this pain and grief.

Jeanette Tomaselli posted on 3/18/23
Mayra, we haven't met but I'm a friend of Renata. I am so very sorry for your loss. I pray that God gives you and your family strength and comfort during this difficult time. ❤️

Ayme Castro posted on 3/17/23
Maira (manita) Mi más sentido pésame que dios les de fuerza y pronta resignación a tan lamentable pérdida , Dios lo tenga en su santa gloria Te queremos mucho aquí estamos lo sentimos mucho

Judy Burki posted on 3/17/23
I didn't get to know you well Julie. But I do know you lit up my brother's life and made him so happy and I'm so happy that he had the time with you he did I know I won't forget you you didn't even know me and you were always nice always a good person to be around I wish I had more time to get to know you better. But I will always be looking for a white feather so don't disappoint me okay

Pat trudelle posted on 3/17/23
So very sorry

mitt voss posted on 3/17/23
Janice, Sandee and Russ our memories are seeing a warm smile, kind words and funny laugh. Oscar will be missed but will live on in all of our memories who had the privilege of knowing him. What a wonderful neighbor and family friend. Our thoughts are prayers are with all of you and your families. Annette and Mitt and Family

Norma Rojas posted on 3/17/23
My deepest condolences and prayers to the whole family. My he rest in peace.

Adriana Zarate posted on 3/17/23
No hay palabras que alivien el dolor tan grande que deben estar sintiendo tanto su padre como May y su familia, Dios les de consuelo y la fortaleza para seguir adelante aún con la ausencia de Ben ,mi mas sentido pésame Dios lo tenga en su santa gloria les mando un fuerte abrazo Te quiero mucho May.

Pedro Ramírez Zarate posted on 3/17/23
Mi más sentido pésame y mis condolencias de parte de mi familia le pido a Dios en oración q les de mucha sabiduría para afrontar está gran perdida y les de el consuelo q necesitan los queremos mucho. Att fam Ramírez oluva

Ana Zárate posted on 3/16/23
Mi más sentido pésame para May y toda la familia pido a Dios que les dé la fortaleza que necesitan. Nuestras oraciones para Benjamin que Dios lo tenga en su santa gloria .May sabes que te quiero mucho un fuerte abrazo para ti y su familia .

Anita angelica López posted on 3/16/23
Lamento su pérdida buen muchacho tuve la suerte de conocerlo fue mi compañero de trabajo en dupage machine “ de verdad que no lo puedo creer Dios les de consuelo y los ayude a superar esta pena un abrazo de consuelo a su esposa y toda su Fam . Angelica López.

Alejandro mauleon posted on 3/16/23
My deepest condolences, my prayers with you. May Benjamin rest in peace.

Laura Kulonis (Diveley) posted on 3/16/23
Ben, most of my memories are of you and my brothers craziness with bottle rockets, or of the exotic pets you had. Lot of fun memories, no matter how much I used to fallow you guys around and annoyed my own brother, you were always nice to me and stood up for me! I will miss you and I’m sorry so much time has passed since I said hi. But thank you for always being nice to me. I’m so sorry for your family and I pray that they can find a way to celebrate your life and not grieve the loss. Always -Little Laura

Renata Reyes posted on 3/16/23
My sincere condolences to Ben’s dad, to Ben’s children, to Mayra, to Ben’s brothers and sister♥️✝️ We will miss you brother your forever sister Renata. My heart hurts so much RIP

Adam Diveley posted on 3/16/23
Ben was more than a best friend to me growing up, at times he was my only friend. We spent equal amounts of times outside crawling through lakes, climbing trees, and wasting his dad's lumber to build wooden swords and shield to bruise and splinter each other as we did inside playing video games. Ben may have not seemed like a nerd being as useful with his hands but he enjoyed fantasy games such as the elder scrolls and movies like the Lord of the Rings just as much as I did. As i grow older my memory isn't iron clad but every memorable memory of my childhood and teens includes Ben. I will hold these memories for the rest of my life as my most valuable treasures. I love and miss you Ben and we will meet again in Heaven.

Cecilia delgado Almanza y fam. posted on 3/16/23
Lamento mucho su perdida deja un gran vacío un gran hombre no tuve la fortuna de conocerlo pero se que lo era Ya que veíamos la felicidad en mi tia y honestamente eso lo hace una persona con mucho significado para mí te extrañaré de todo corazón tío Ben

Lupita posted on 3/16/23
Holis hermosa la verdad no tengo palabras y comprendo tu dolor en verdad mi más sentido pésame hermosa acá en México sabes que tienes a tu familia que te ama y esta en estos momentos más difíciles de corazón deceo pronta resignación para ti h tu familia

CHERYL S. posted on 3/16/23
Dear Susanne, I'm so very sorry to hear of this sad loss. Holding you and your family close in heart and prayer, and wishing you peace in this most difficult journey through grief. "The song is ended, but the melody lingers on." May Gina sing always in your heart. Sending love. Your library friend, Cheryl

MISSY posted on 3/15/23

Alet posted on 3/14/23
Again, our condolences ate Tess, Gel and kiddos. Dave rest in peace with our Lord's kingdom, and may eternal light shine upon you. Ate Tess, stay safe. Take one day at a time and take care of yourself alwayd Lovelots, Alet & family

Timothy Rhoton posted on 3/14/23
Dave was a good friend, family man and most of all a good man. He was always fun to be around and helpful at anytime you needed him, not only hand on but also for advice. He was always extremely generous with everything including his time. I will certainly miss my with him. Much respect.

Laura Graziano-Straus posted on 3/14/23
My dear Arlene, my PenPal and friend, how I remember your laughter and joy and recall your stories of the fun you had with your grandkids, and your days at Blackberry Farms, and animal dramas, your cat ones in particular and the photos you'd send of the goofy things yours would do. Your letters and moments we shared in life gave me courage and strength. I still hear your laughter and my heart is warmed, as it is every time I think of you. Love you always!

Bill Neilson posted on 3/14/23
Susanne, my condolences and prayers for comfort to you and your family, for the passing of your beloved sister. Celebrate the fun memories you have of her! "May God gently wipe away each of your tears." Bill Neilson Skokie Public Library

Tammy Brown posted on 3/13/23
I met Gina in grade school. She was a great friend to have. I am so sorry for your loss. Gina will fly high with the angels. I will miss Gina. I was Happy to be her friend.

Wendy Morrison posted on 3/13/23
Gina, may the light shine upon you, Grandma is with you now and I know you 2 are laughing and hugging. Rest in peace my dear cousin.

Carole Bliss posted on 3/12/23
We just learned of the passing of your daughter, Gina. We are sorry to hear this news. We will remember your family in our prayers. God is our strength and peace and comfort. Sincerely, Jim and Carole BLiss

Joyce Ardelean posted on 3/12/23
It was such a blessing and honor to spend 45 years seeing Arlene every week. We talked,laughed and cried together through life’s events. Arlene was like a second mom to me and I will treasure her memory forever. My heart and prayers are with her family.

Catherine Rawers posted on 3/12/23
I loved your Mom with all my heart. I treat everyone as special as they are. Everyone needs to feel loved and appreciated and I did that with Arlene every time I saw her. She was blessed to have such a loving family. Thank for giving me the honor to know and love Arlene. It was a pure pleasure.

Sara Kuehner posted on 3/12/23
My thoughts and prayers are with you all in this time of grief. I will think of Gina’s hugs when I feel the warmth of the sun enveloping me. I will think of the sparkle in Gina’s eyes when I look up at the twinkling stars at night. We’ve shared countless laughs. I can’t look at a puzzle without remembering the time Gina kicked my butt putting one together. Gina was putting pieces together like Bruce Lee was to martial arts! Thank you for being the most loving cousin one can know. When I first heard that Gina passed, a song that I have never given much thought to, immediately came to mind. It was sung by Karen Carpenter. Why do birds suddenly appear Every time you are near? Just like me, they long to be Close to you Why do stars fall down from the sky Every time you walk by? Just like me, they long to be Close to you On the day that you were born the angels got together And decided to create a dream come true So they sprinkled moon dust in your hair of gold And starlight in your eyes of blue… Gina is forever in my heart! Love, Cousin Sara Kuehner

Antonio Szytulskyj posted on 3/12/23
My deepest condolences for the loss of Gina to Gene and Laurie. My thoughts are with them. Love, Tony

cindy swaney posted on 3/12/23
i will forever your smile and laugh

Cousin Tony posted on 3/12/23
My deepest condolences for the loss of Gina to Gene and Laurie. My thoughts are with them.

Lori Schweitzer posted on 3/12/23
I love you and will miss you forever. Brad, Brian and families I offer my heartfelt condolences for your loss. She was a wonderful woman and loved by many. Rest in paradise my dear stepmother.

Antonio szytulskyj posted on 3/11/23
My heart is saddened by your loss, and my thoughts are with you. Gina is now a little angel, in the house of the lord. RIP.

Cathy posted on 3/11/23
I have such sweet memories of waiting at the bus stop with Gina and her sister when we were girls. She always had a smile on her face and sometimes the giggles, we would talk and laugh when we waited for the bus. My deepest condolences to her family, our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Andre Gib posted on 3/11/23
+ Memory Eternal “Cousin” Marlene ❤️

Laura Lopez posted on 3/10/23
I am so so sorry for your loss. Jeff was such a wonderful person that will be missed by many many people. Love, Hugs & Prayers for you and Afton and your family.

Ron & Linda Zachara posted on 3/9/23
Our deepest sympathies to Irene’s family. We rode the Burlington Northern train with Irene for many years to our jobs at CNA Insurance Company in Chicago. She always had a smile on her face and was fun to be around. When it was ‘take your child to work day’ our 3 kids would come with us. I remember her son Jeff came with her too. Our thoughts and prayers to all who knew & loved her.

JOHN MARTYNOWYCZ posted on 3/9/23
I am so sorry to hear the news,and for the loss of Irene.She was my longest friend,from my birth,to her passing,68 years.Always looked forward to seeing her at family events and cards for x-mas,birthdays.noticed right away when they stopped.As long as Alice was here,had someone to keep me informed.We grew up together,almost as brother and sister,she was there for me for the worst days of my life.I will miss her,and have missed her.these past few years.Irene was relly special.

Kyle Dunn posted on 3/8/23
Rest well Baba. Love you forever.

Kevin Klaus Dahlke posted on 3/7/23
Tim and I were friends since we first met at Robert E. Lee High School in Springfield, Virginia. Unfortunately we stopped communicating with each other about 23 years ago when I moved with Maria to Chicago. I had many fun memories with Tim and he lives in my heart.

Julie Christy posted on 3/7/23
Dane and I are sorry to hear your sad news. May your many fond memories help you through this sad time. The Christy’s

Bill and Dianne Kinzer posted on 3/6/23
Bill and I were saddened to learn of Jim's passing. We remember him well and know he was a great blessing to those whose lives he touched. Our hearts will be with you on Saturday.

Lyn Matthews posted on 3/6/23
Jim was a great guy! Loved visiting him with my ex husband (Gerry) many years ago! We always had good times hearing stories and life experiences with Jim & Lynne! Sending prayers of peace and comfort to Lynne, Robert, Shelley and the rest of your family!

Dianne and Keith Temby posted on 3/6/23
Our condolences to the Frost families and also the Groh family...

Diana posted on 3/6/23
I am so sorry to hear of the news. Irene was a sweet soul with a kind heart and warm smile. May all your happy memories fill heart and may you find peace in knowing she is healed and whole resting peacefully in heaven, I am blessed to have known her. It's been many years since I last saw Irene but I have thought of her often throughout the years, praying she was doing well. I have an angel on my desk that she gifted me out of appreciation but it is me that is thankful to have known her and was able to help her when she needed it. She will forever be an angel to all the knew and loved her. Blessings to the family.

Kevin & Pat Kopping posted on 3/2/23
Todd, Rose, Christina and family our hearts and prayers are with you at this time. It was an honor and privilege to have known Ritchie since birth. He will always be missed but never forgotten. Love Kevin and Pat Kopping

Cherie Olson-Sicola posted on 3/2/23
Wally. I am so sorry for your loss. Irene was a very special lady, and I am blessed to call her my friend. I pray that God will comfort you and your family in this time if grief.

Robin Bitterman posted on 3/2/23
I have so many good memories. It would be too hard to pick just one. Irene was my family. A sister to me. She was a kind soul who loved her family. She loved to laugh. I will always remember her laughter. She is at peace now. She is whole. For that I am thankful. Her passing has left a void that will never be able to be filled. Her family and friends will have memories to keep her with us. We will cherish the time we had with her on this earth. Until we meet again IK. Love you and God bless

Tracie posted on 3/2/23
Jeff never let anyone leave without telling them he loved them! I’ll always remember that. I’m so sorry for your tremendous loss!!! My heart & prayers are there with you!!! ♥️

Michelle Anaya posted on 3/2/23
My thoughts and prayers to Kim and Afton in this difficult time.Jeff was a wonderful and nice person. So sorry for your loss . Jeff is watching over you both.

Michelle Anaya posted on 3/2/23
My deepest condolences to Kim and Afton for the loss of Jeff he was a great guy and he will be sorely missed.

Stacy posted on 3/2/23
I am so very sorry for your loss but rejoice with you all that it is temporary and that you will be reunited with her again. May the Peace of God that surpasses all understanding fill your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. Blessings, Stacy

Julio Morales posted on 3/2/23
Don't grieve for me, for now I'm free! I follow the plan God laid for me. I saw His face, I heard His call, I took His hand and left it all…"

Caryn Collins posted on 3/1/23
My deepest condolences to Kim and Afton, my heart is breaking for you.

Corinne Hein posted on 3/1/23
So sorry to hear of Hazel’s passing. I remember your family during the years at Immanuel Lutheran. The people we love live on in our hearts. We always have the memories of all they have said and done. May you feel the love of Jesus thru family and friends in the days, weeks months ahead. Corinne Hein

Angie Ganter posted on 3/1/23
RIP Jeff! Will miss you!... ):

Michelle Hanks-Popdan posted on 3/1/23
Jeff was one of the kindest most thoughtful person that I went to high school with. He made the days bearable. It was nice to have him as a Facebook friend to stay in touch with, share photos of our family's and what we did with our lives. Jeff will truly be missed not only by me, but I'm sure many others as well...that was just the kind hearted person he was.

Kevin Skinner Family posted on 3/1/23
Thoughts and Prayers to the Family ...

Ashley Delgado posted on 2/28/23
I remember when me and grandma made Chile rellenos y tortas de papá together and that day she was really happy because her granddaughter helped her make dinner. She told tell me her past stories. I would also remember when we would make goritas and tamales with her for the holidays but she was a great grandma with her grandkids and she really loved them with all her heart she will be missed and love forever

Sonia Rudy-Beagan posted on 2/28/23
In memory of Jeffrey Pippin's life as a son, husband, father and friend to many.

Joe Pellicori posted on 2/28/23
My condolences to the entire family. Ed you and Hazel are part of my memories Knowing you both as long as I can remember. May God be with you and family during this time. I regret that I can not attend service due to a previous commitment.

Billy rybicki posted on 2/28/23
So sorry for your loss I wish you prayers

Mark popik posted on 2/28/23
Todd,Rose and Christina I am so sorry for your loss. I love you all so much

Mark popik posted on 2/28/23
There are to many will never be forgotten love you

Cindy Ernat posted on 2/28/23
Dear Ed , I am so sorry for the loss of your life long partner . She was sweet, kind and lovable gal. You two made my day when you were at the office.I will never forget you and Hazel. I send to you and your family many heartfelt hugs ! Cindy Ernat

Sandra L Doan posted on 2/27/23
Dolores and I were friends from 1957, when we met at school in Lisle, Illinois. We ended up marrying brothers. She will be dearly missed. My heart goes out to Newton and Debbie. I love you both .

Pastor Bob Nordlie posted on 2/27/23
Dear Ed and family. I am so sorry to hear of Hazel’s death. How blessed you were with each other. I have many fond memories of time spent with you two while I was at Immanuel, Hillside. May God graciously fill your heart with comfort, peace and hope in Jesus. Love in Christ, Pastor Bob Nordlie.

Arcangela Rose Popik posted on 2/27/23
Too many !!! Bringing you home from the hospital on January 28th Richie was a joy, kind,thoughtful, gentle soul. Love Your Mama and Daddy Love you Son

Arcangela Rose Popik posted on 2/27/23
Our Son Richie You have blessed us since minute one. Son,, my you have peace and rest easy. Daddy, Christina, Buddy, and Mama love you so much. We will see you soon. Until then, you will be forever loved and missed. We will meet you at the stairs of Heaven.

Susan Mazanek posted on 2/27/23
Ed, Cheryl, Bob & family, We were so saddened to hear of Hazel's passing. We lost Len's mom Virginia last month and know the pain you are going through. May you find strength in your memories. Sending our love and hugs to you all. The Mazaneks - Len, Susan, Scott, Kristen & Dan Karpierz

Dipak Mehta posted on 2/27/23
Deeply sorry to know passing away of Robert L Bannon of Montgomery,Illinois. May God rest his soul in peace and give strength to the family to mourn the premature loss of loved one. Dipak & Ila Mehta 1884 Waverly Way,Montgomery,Illinois Feb.27,2023

Paula Mueller posted on 2/26/23
Ed,Bob and Cheryl We are so sad to hear of the passing of Hazel. We will always have fond memories of her. It is hard to find the words that might bring comfort to you right now. Please know how much we care and that our thoughts are with all of you. Paula and Marty

Cindy Framnes posted on 2/26/23
I'm so sorry to hear of Hazel's passing. May all the memories give you peace and comfort. My deepest sympathies, Cousin Cindy Framnes (Kusch)

Lorie Thurnau posted on 2/25/23
You were one of the best friends I ever had, you and Lonna will be together again so please don't get too rowdy before I get there. I love you and will miss you forever and always. The fun we always had at school and outside of school were some of the best times of my life. You were one of the best people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing and I will miss you greatly.

Deb Hall posted on 2/25/23
You always made me laugh. Your beauty was inside and outside. Your sunny smile and quick will be missed by all. I'll be looking for 2 White feathers.

satish guttikonda posted on 2/21/23
my sincere condolences to the Koutnik family. I worked with John for a few years - he was one of those sincere and straight forward guys who genuinely cared for you. I am shocked to hear this news and pray that God gives Teresa & the family strength to overcome grief and cherish John's memories

Richard Wahlstrand posted on 2/19/23
I learned of Harry's passing in mid-February. I was loaned to his group at Deere corporate in 1977 for several months. I came to know Harry and value him in my 35-years with Deere. He was one of a few impact persons on me. I told him so a couple years ago as I was reflecting on special people in my life's journey. I don't recall if I knew that he was a fellow Vietnam vet during our work years. But I confirmed this with him a couple years ago. I recall him saying that he was a U.S. Army artillery officer forward observer attached to a remote Australian artillery battery. He was deep in indian country. I will not forget Harry! My condolences to Harry's family. Richard Wahlstrand Davenport, Iowa

Rene Ulreich posted on 2/18/23
Teresa we were so sorry to hear about John. We enjoyed meeting your family at the Donohue parties. Please accept our heartfelt condolences. Tom and Rene Ulreich

Patty Hake posted on 2/17/23
I am sorry for your loss. Thinking of Margaret makes me smile, she was so much fun as part of our Bunco group Thinking of you during this sad time Patty Hake

Jill C Miller posted on 2/17/23
Margaret, your mom was the life of our Bunco group! I loved all her stories. She will be sadly missed! Prayers to you and the entire family.

Barbara McClish posted on 2/16/23
Margaret. Your mother will a hoot at Bunco and always a friend to a of us. She would always bring tasty treats to share. I know she will be deeply missed by your family. You will be in my prayers.

Dennis Hahn posted on 2/16/23
Sue, I just learned about the passing of Jim. He was always a pleasure to work with, interested in what you had to say, and a super person. He will be missed by all that knew him.

Geralyn Siptrott posted on 2/16/23
Dear Koutnik, My prayers and thoughts are with you. Your husband and dad was a great guy and will be missed.

Cliff Hayden posted on 2/16/23
Teresa and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you.

Joyce Ardelean posted on 2/16/23
Margaret, I’m so sorry on the passing of your mom. You were a devoted daughter to a lovely woman. You and your family are in our hearts and our prayers!

Kevin Walsh posted on 2/15/23
We truly lost one of the good guys.

Gail Cristoe posted on 2/15/23
I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Gail Cristoe St. Mary of the Woods School teacher

Alan and Kathy Holm posted on 2/15/23
Having known Jim for only a few years, we can definitely attest to what a wonderful man he was. He was a true friend and will be greatly missed. So happy we were able to make some memories with him!

Donna Vojensky posted on 2/14/23
Tammy so sorry about the loss of your mom. Thinking of all of you during this tough time.

Sheila Schremp posted on 2/14/23
You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

Beth Kramer posted on 2/13/23
We sure will miss you, Bob (BB)! It was fun being your neighbor and friend for 18 years. We'll never forget star gazing at night in the driveway, and hunting for satellites in the summer sky. Way too many memories to list them all..... Rest in peace, Boober :( Beth (BK) & Mary Ann

Deb and Wayne Hilton posted on 2/13/23
We are so very sorry for your loss. Although we only met Robert at your wedding we could tell what a caring, strong and courageous man he is. So very sorry we are not going to be able to know him more. Hugs and prayers to you and your family. RIP Robert

Sue Peters posted on 2/12/23
Will miss Bob and our political discussions. We called each other "Crib Buddies," because our birthdays are so close together, and we were born in the same hospital. Deepest sympathy to his family. He was so proud of all of you. Rest in Peace, dear Classmate.

Bill Kuykendall posted on 2/11/23
Brian was a good person, like all my cousins he liked a good joke You will be missed my friend. My condolences to the family.

Judy wilson posted on 2/10/23
He was a sweet adorable person shared his friendship with everybody always enjoyed sharing his owl at the barn on Galena Road he talked many many times about the aisle on the Galena Road and I always wanted people to see if he was a loving wonderful person that you would ever want to meet who is very adorable always had a smile on his face he will be remembered especially the people he worked with Subtan and Yorkville he will be dearly missed from Judy Wilson and my adorable dog Cody

Darryl Stringer posted on 2/10/23
My sincere condolences goes out to you and your entire family. May God continue to bless his eternal soul.

Deb Butler posted on 2/10/23
I'm so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. I have fond memories of working with him, and in extra time out of town, driving around taking pictures. He loved talking about his kids and what they were doing, and his photography. I will miss my friend Bob (B-Squared).

Jeannie and Dennis O'Leary posted on 2/10/23
Father Jerome you will be in our prayers.

Don Staley posted on 2/10/23
Our paths crossed in the foodservice business over 30 years ago and became life long friends ever since. I will miss you and may you rest in peace.

Karen Vogen Gayle posted on 2/9/23
May, 1956 - my birth month and year as well. Michaelyn and I were kindred spirits. It is so hard to lose someone this early. My cousin, Jon, will recall that our father passed away too soon as well. When that happened I found solace in Joyce Rupp's book, "May I Have This Dance" that my sister Sonja shared with me. I think these words for "May" (our month) shine a mirror on how I thought of Maxine (prayer and play) . I was fortunate to have gotten to know her better, than just those times during our family reunions, when visiting AZ for work. We spent time in the pool talking our our carefree youth, spontaneous decisions and first loves. One great memory was my participation in a spa party she hosted... we all smeared on sweet smelling creams and warm socks and gloves as she used soothing words and aroma to relax our bodies and souls. She wanted us to not have a care in the world for just a moment. Her smile, laugh and spunk (as my dad would say) always made others around her feel important and happy. Jon, Jason, Joshua, I hope these words give you comfort as you feel the presence of your wife and mom. She will always be with you. A Rushing Wind "Come, Spirit who is our Light. Shine among the shadows within, Warm and transform our hearts. Come, Spirit, Comforter and Consoler. Heal the wounded, Soothe the anxious. Be consolation for all who grieve and ache. Come, Spirit, who energizes our being. Keep us from the tangles of toil and travail. Lead us to moments of prayer and play....." I believe this is a prayer that Michaelyn would say. Love, Karen

Douglas Reibel posted on 2/9/23
I am very saddened to hear of John's passing. I attended high school with John at St Patrick's and we were the proud class of 1979. We played football and baseball along with many other social events in high school along with Alumni events. There was something different about John and after reading all the other comments and my own experiences with John the word that keeps springing out is the word "GENUINE" . John's warming smile, sense of humor and support of his schoolmates and teammates was genuine. I have never met any of John's family but I am sure they are the spitting image of what John was growing up in the late 1970's. Be proud of where you came from and where you are going in life and who you have touched along the way. Well done my friend! May God grant your family all the love and support needed in these difficult times. Doug Reibel

Mary Botha posted on 2/8/23
I only found out last night about John's illness and passing. I am heartbroken by this news. I send my condolences and prayers to his beloved family and all his friends who loved him as I did. John was a work associate that I was so truly blessed to have been able to spend time with over the years. His positive energy, bright smile, sense of humor and warm spirit was infectious. He was so very genuine, kind, and an all-around GOOD MAN who loved his family so much. I know he will be missed by so many who he inspired and touched in his loving positive way. He will not be forgotten.

Sr. Rosemary & Residents of Misericordia posted on 2/7/23
Our sympathy and special prayers for John and all his family and friends.

Robert Frye posted on 2/7/23
I first came to know Maxine when she was a Freshman in High School. It was my first year as a teacher at Yorkville High School. She was in plays I directed and classes that I taught. We have been friends for 50 years and have kept in touch. Maxine was one of the most unique individuals I have ever known. She was never at a loss for words and would ask questions that were good questions, just questions that I had never heard before. She was fiercely devoted to her friends and the feelings were always mutual I believe. It is difficult to understand how should be gone. One day, out of the blue, she told me about this disease that she had and I found out it is a terrible and rapidly growing cancer. Once she started treatments, treatments she didn't want but had to have, I heard from her very sporadically and it was because the treatments just wore her out. I have lost a dear friend and the world has lost one of its most unique individuals. She never liked me calling her "Maxine" but she never told me what to call her so: wonderful Angel, may you rest in peace. My condolences to Jon, who was always a steady influence for her and her sons who I have never met but I'm sure that parts of them are like their Mom. She passed away long before her time. Sincerely, Bob Frye

Peter Demetralis posted on 2/7/23
Sharing in your sadness as you remember Maxine. Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs. May God keep you in his loving arms.

Stephanie Kowalski posted on 2/7/23
This describes John so perfectly. We are really going to miss (Uncle) John walking past our house with Banks and getting together for drinks. Love the story how our son Mike was down at the lake one day and happened to meet John for the first time. John told Mike to tell the Harbor Master I'm your Uncle and you will be allowed to fish here. Mike came home telling us about the nice guy he met down by the lake. Come to find out the "nice guy-Uncle John" just lived up the street from us. We are thankful for our friendship with John and Teresa and saddened by the loss of such a GREAT person. Sending love toTeresa, Patrick and Samantha xoxo love, the kowalski family

Vic and Carolyn Grace posted on 2/7/23
Teresa, Samantha and Patrick We are deeply saddened at the news of John's passing and offer our most sincere condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. We will remember John as a kind, friendly and helpful man who always greeted everyone with a smile . He will be dearly missed. Vic and Carolyn Grace Fontana, WI.

MarMae Roland posted on 2/7/23
Aunt Gwen was a very favorite aunt of mine! We exchanged Christmas cards for many years. I would include pics of my growing boys and she would send back a card with the sweetest note in it! When my mom passed in 2020, Aunt Gwen called me and we talked for 45 minutes! She knew exactly what to say. She was a very special & loving person. May your family find comfort knowing she is with Uncle Don once again. My deepest sympathies and love to you all.

Terry Shields posted on 2/6/23
John. May the Bright Light of your Life carry you through the other side. You are a shining light that cannot be outshined.. and a shining path that your family & friends should be proud of. You are a true warrior in the fight you fought with courage, dignity and a shining example to the world. Untill I see you again in Valhalla.. All my thoughts and glad to have had your friendship. It was way to short a time. Terry

Paul Kusinski posted on 2/6/23
My condolences on your loss.

Debbie (Kuykendall) Chamberlain posted on 2/6/23
I am so sorry to hear about Brian. I’m his cousin. We didn’t see each other much growing up but I loved when we would visit the family at their house or at Woodhaven. Brian was always so nice and fun to be around. I am so sorry for your loss.

Chris & Jim Boyle posted on 2/6/23
Teresa, Sammy & Pat, Words cannot express our deep sadness of this news. We miss you living across the street from us & are so sorry we haven’t seen you all in a while. I will always remember spending the sunny afternoon at Wildwood Park with John & Pat at the SMOW Football home game. He looked amazing and it was so good to see him enjoying the day w Pat & the other Alum coaches. I will always remember his warm smile and great sense of humor. What an amazing friend, neighbor, Coach, husband & Dad. Sending you lots of love & prayers. God bless you all xo

Stephanie Kitral posted on 2/6/23
My mom was a beautiful, amazing, and fiercely independent woman She had 5 daughters and 2 sons and raised us all to be Christians. Not one of us ever felt unloved for even a moment. When she and Buzz moved to Florida, my husband and I would go camping with them whenever we could. She loved a good campfire! She loved playing cards and when Buzz was still with us it was Gin Rummy. After he passed all of us siblings would get together with her every other month and play Shanghai. On Saturday Eves we would go to the concerts in the park in Delavan (right behind where she lived, at the Phoenix Park Bandshell). At 93 in a wheelchair we went to every concert this year. I love that her last concert was a "Kiss" cover band. In the fall and winter she played bingo on Saturday nights and won pretty regularly. One of my earliest memories was early 1950,s in Milwaukee, She used to put Sharon & Crystal and I in one of those old giant baby buggies and go up to the little corner store.(We were probably around ages 3,2,&1}) She let us walk around the store and then she disappeared. We were in a major panic and moments later she popped her head out around the corner beautiful, young and laughing at our dismay. She was funny & talented and taught us all how to sing and dance. She had a great sense of humor and was the best mom anyone could ever wish for. We will love and honor and cherish her memory for the rest of our lives. Miss you "mummy".

Carol Hanson posted on 2/6/23
Gwen always had a smile! We were room mothers together and she always had the best ideas. Your memories will be cherished. My deepest sympathy to all her family and friends. God bless you all.

Ruth Saam posted on 2/5/23
Sorry for your loss,she will be missed

Beverly Vandervort posted on 2/5/23
Qwen was one of the nicest lady I’ve ever met and I remember her when she worked at the card shop in Oswego, and she had the most beautiful smile saw her at all of the family gatherings that I went to for her grandchildren and we will always talk a little bit to Each other I surely will miss seeing her and talking to her Rest in peace, Qwen Beverly Vandervort

Connie Beckett posted on 2/5/23
From the moment I met Gwen back in the 70’s, I knew her to be a loving, nurturing woman. I’ll miss seeing her beautiful face. Deepest sympathies to her family and friends. If I wasn’t in Texas, I would be there with you. Sending you angels and prayers.

Dawn Rightmyer posted on 2/5/23
A little less than a week, is all it took to create a friendship to 2 amazing people ❤️ a friendship to last a lifetime❤️ I am praying for you, Michelle. I am rejoicing in the sweet promises of God and the absolutely beautiful memories that God has given to you with your sweet Brian❤️ May God always be your source of peace, hope & joy Romans 15:13 From Dawn & Robert ❤️

Laureen Hash posted on 2/4/23
Irma you have my condolences . I just found out. May God comfort you and keep you safe. Love : Keith Johnson and Laureen Hash. Hilda never told me.

Ray &Gloria Renfro posted on 2/4/23
The little time we met you Brian and your beautiful wife Michele my husband and I loved you . You were such fun, happy and so kind. Loved your dancing moves and your smile. You will be truly missed. Until we see you again...later my dear friend.

Lee Falk posted on 2/3/23
Glen & Lisa - Our sincerest condolences on the passing of your father Gil. May all your great memories give you solace and comfort during this time of loss. Thinking of you - Lee & Donna Falk family. ❤️

Lee Falk posted on 2/3/23
Lisa & Glen - Our sincerest condolences on the passing of you father Gil. May all your great memories give you comfort during this time of loss. Thinking of you - Love Lee & Donna Falk and family. ❤️

Don Charleston posted on 2/3/23
So sorry to hear about Gil's passing. Gil grew up just around the corner from me and we were together constantly in the summers. From sandlot baseball to Little League to basketball at Sandwich High School. I knew his parents and Lynda well. My deepest sympathy to Gil's family.

Nancy posted on 2/3/23
Our deepest condolences Dr.Myong and staff Rush Copley

Mike and Beth O’Connell posted on 2/2/23
We are so sorry to hear of Gil’s passing. He was the best neighbor. Came home many times to our lawn mowed when we had been gone out of town. He will be missed.

Terry and Kara Trost posted on 2/2/23
Brian was so kind and compassionate. He truly was the life of the party with a heart bigger than two put together. I will never forget his love and support after Papa T passed away. We will miss you dearly!

Marilyn and Don Ciesielski posted on 2/2/23
In Sympathy, Your Neighbors.

Jose R. Cervantes posted on 2/2/23
Goodbyes are not forever, Nor are they the end. They simply mean. We'll miss you Jenna. Until we meet you again. My condolences to your family.

Cathy Kenney posted on 2/2/23
I remember Brian as a little baby, youngest of seven. May he RIP.

Tracy Calvert posted on 2/2/23
I had the pleasure of coaching Jenna B in the summer,what a awesome young lady.awsome player,team mate ,and I will always remember you Jenna. Tracy

Valerie Moser posted on 2/1/23
I'm so very sorry for your loss of Jenna. I knew her when she was 14, she was friends with my son. My prayers go out to her family and the many friends she had. Hold onto the memories.

Shannen posted on 2/1/23
My condolences for your family's loss. I am praying for memories of love to be with you.

Tim, Lori, Paige and Piper posted on 2/1/23
We met Jenna just one time; which made an impact. She was so fun and had such spirit. We wish that we could have had more time to know her. We are so sorry for your loss. Love, The Martinez Family

MICHELLE posted on 2/1/23
I didn't have the privilege of knowing Jenna , but I can tell she was a very special soul. My condolences to all that loved her and were touched by her life. I'm praying for you

Gina Jonassen posted on 1/31/23
I am so sorry for your loss I don't know her but sending you hugs and prayers too you guys. Stay strong too the family.

TJ Lawson and Tina Palmer posted on 1/31/23
All of Our Prayers with Family and Friends

Helen Lamping posted on 1/31/23
My sympathies and prayers are with your family.

Pam Neukirch posted on 1/31/23
So sorry for your loss, may Jenna rest in peace and prayers for her family she left behind.

Rae posted on 1/31/23
My deepest condolences to all the family! May her legacy live on within all who knew her! She was amazing and will be missed!

Warren McKanna posted on 1/31/23
Warren McKanna class of 62-I was in FFA with Brian.He was one of the good guys. My prayers and blessings are with the family,

Sandra R Book posted on 1/31/23
Sending our condolences to your Family. Our warmest prayers and blessings to all of you. With sympathy, Chuck and Sandy (Bennett) Book

Kim Dano Bickle posted on 1/31/23
Jerry, Cindy and Chip, So sorry for the loss of your mother. I am sure you will all miss her terribly. I know life since my dad passed has changed my life forever and I will never be the same again. It's hard to find happiness anymore.

Laura and Wayne Nemetz posted on 1/30/23
Our condolences to you all at this difficult time. Will hold you in our thoughts and prayers.

Jim and Barb Kesman posted on 1/29/23
Brian and I have been good friends since high school. We had many good times during those years. Brian was in our wedding in 1967. Brian was always fun to be around.

Maryann Olen posted on 1/29/23
Sharon, I am so sorry for your and your family's loss. Brian was a sweet guy and I remembe spending many times with him in the 60's and 70's. He was the first one to take myself and friends to learn how to ski. It was in Wisconsin and the skiing was on hard ice. I fell alot. I will keep Brian, you and your family in my prayers. God Bless

Hector Santiago posted on 1/28/23
My Loving ❤️ Brother Mike I Thank the Lord you are no longer Suffering God Open the Doors to Heaven to my Btother Mike. I know Mike you will be watching over Us All. Your My Gardian Angel. This is Not Good bye, I will always have you in my Heart & Thoughts. You will never ever be Forgotten Love your Bro Hector and Sis Tina.

Terri White posted on 1/28/23
We were planning on attending the services, but the weather didn't cooperate with us. Our deepest sympathy from the White family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Carey and Terri White

Nikki Brown (Roldan) posted on 1/28/23
My dad

Nikki Brown (Roldan) posted on 1/28/23
In loving memory of my dad, My heart hurts but I know you’re no longer suffering or in pain. You’re our angel now and I am grateful for that. I will forever and always cherish every single memory we’ve shared from me to your granddaughters and to your son in law. There was never a dull moment when you were in the room. We were always cracking jokes and I loved you so much for that. You were always so caring and would give your last to help it never went unnoticed .I’m going to miss you calling me. I’m going to miss your laugh and your hugs so so much.I love you so much pops until we meet again. Love your flacka. Philippians 4:13 - I can do all things through him who strengthens me.

Dominic Rodriguez posted on 1/28/23
My nephew, enjoy life in various ways and light up peoples life when he was around them always have a great smile and a great attitude in the Lord Heaven by Sia close to his family in the sky will be forever missed uncle D

Carey and Terri White posted on 1/27/23
We were planning to attend the visitation, but the weather is against us traveling. Our deepest sympathy and prayers for the entire family. Thinking of you today and tomorrow. Carey and Terri White Rochelle, IL

Matilda Rodriguez-Figueroa posted on 1/26/23
In loving memory of my nephew who was loved by many. One thing ill never forget which was your love for the ladies. lol We use to talk about how easy it was for you to meet women. You would say that you cant help it. I think it was your gentleman ways, your beautiful smile and your charm. You will be missed by many. I will remember you and I miss you very much. Im sorry you didnt get to make your last trip out here like you said you were planning, but, Im glad we had our time on facetime cause it made us feel like we were visiting each other. I will see you again one day! Rest in peace. Love you always and forever. Corinthians 5:8b. to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord..

Sheri Willard posted on 1/26/23
May this candle continue to burn bright in all of your hearts!

Bill Stephany posted on 1/25/23
Marge & Family, I recently learned the sad news of Curt's passing and want to extend my heartfelt condolences to you, Marge, and the entire family. I fondly remember both of you during our days working at Lincoln First Bank, NA. Curt was a good co-worker. He was always friendly and professional and worked to master what ever assignment he was given. I am so happy that you both enjoyed a wonderful marriage too. I will be praying that Jesus will supply you with peace and strength in the coming months and years ahead. Fondly, Bill Stephany Philippians 4:13

Delia Mannion posted on 1/23/23
In loving memory of my big brother, life was a wild ride with its ups and downs. I will miss your infectious laughter and your loving nature. A man that would give you the shirt off his back. You loved hard and fought even harder. I love you to infinity! I will see you again! Peace in Paradise. I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.. John 8:12

Joseph Ginski posted on 1/21/23
Hey Tom, I am so sorry to hear of your wife's passing. Please give me a call sometime so we can catch up; (845)630-7134. Joe Ginski

Ryan and Michelle Schroeder posted on 1/21/23
We are thinking of you all today. May you find strength today and everyday day after. Reminiscing in sweet and cherrished memories as those memories guide you through the dark days still yet to come, to know you have a beautiful angel watching over you. May you find comfort and peace and healing in those memories.

Julie morsch posted on 1/20/23
Dearest Christi, Emily, and Jacob, I cannot tell you I know how you feel, because I am not walking in your shoes. I can tell you that it must be excruciating, immense sadness, maybe anger, maybe why me. I understand all of those. Our emotions hit hard. I can tell you, that you are not alone. You are loved more than you could ever imagine. Prayers are overflowing with love and support for all of you. The next couple of days will be hard. This I do know, but don’t think you need to act a certain way for others. They are there for you because they love, care and want to help you! Be true to your feelings. Cry when you need to cry, smile or maybe laugh at a memory. These are all good. What I do know is you are never alone, and prayer works and prayers are answered! Christi, Emily and Jacob, reach out to others when you feel you can’t take it or when you feel overwhelmed! Friends want to help you! I have you in my prayers not just today or tomorrow. But in the weeks and months and years ahead. Let’s just say forever. May you find Peace , Comfort and Strength knowing you are loved! Julie Morsch

Burt and Ann posted on 1/19/23
Christi, Family and Friends - Heartfelt condolences are with all of you.

Jacqui Weber posted on 1/18/23
Lisa, so sorry for your loss. I will always cherish the memories we had with our Dads and ski trips. Thinking of you and your family during this time.

Thomas Nall posted on 1/18/23
Linda and I offer our sincere condolences to Darlene and her entire family.

Sandy Plesha posted on 1/18/23
Ron was a special guy. Miss your comings and goings from our lanai in Florida. Love you guy!❤️

Dawn Kempthorne posted on 1/18/23
Dear Sandy and Family, I’ve known you and your family since we were in grade school. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

Janie Huston posted on 1/17/23
Dick thought the world of you.

Carol Polson posted on 1/17/23
Ronnie was “one” of a kind, never to be replaced. We all will miss you so much.

Jeannie Lusk Zollar posted on 1/17/23
Dear Brenda, Teresa, and Diana, I'm so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. Randy let me know as he noticed the gravesite at the Rossville cemetery. It is so sad that we are at the stage in our loves that we lose our parents and are now the "oldest generation" in our families. It was such a wonderful thing that our parents were able to keep up their friendship through all these years. I always enjoyed the times your family would come down here to visit your grandparents and we were able to hang out and visit and browse the shops uptown. Please know you girls and your families are in my thoughts and prayers. Love to you all!

Jeannie Lusk Zollar posted on 1/17/23
Dear Brenda, Teresa, and Diana, So sorry to hear of your dad's passing. Sad to say we are at this time in our lives that we are now the oldest generation in our families. We can all say that our parents lived long full lives and isn't it something special that they kept up their friendship throughout all these years! It was always a fun time when your family would come down to Rossville to visit and we could hang out, visiting and going through the shops uptown. Please know that you and your families are in my thoughts and prayers. Love you girls!

Rich Merical posted on 1/16/23
Best brother in-law and friend a guy could every have. Rich Merical

Kathy Merical posted on 1/16/23
You will be greatly missed! A true family man…forever in our hearts. From your sister-in-law

Jean Erckfritz Millard posted on 1/16/23
My thoughts are with Bobbie and family. I am so very sorry for the loss of Kevin.

Brian Huey posted on 1/15/23
Even as a professional writer, another career Phil encouraged, I could not begin to express how this great man influenced my life. I will continue carry his wisdom, inspiration and short notes with me for whatever days I have left in this world. --Brian

Barbara Schiller-Kolaski posted on 1/14/23
Dan was a strong warrior. He was determined to live . His mother was always at his side and was a wonderful caregiver. He was fortunate to have her. May you rest in peace.

Hilo Hanson posted on 1/14/23
Amy so sorry on your Dads passing, i rememberr your Mother teaching with my wife Sue Hanson. May life go on with many good memories of your parents Hilo Hanson Plano

Thomas Harald Spaak & Diane Spaak posted on 1/14/23
Ruth was my father’s younger sister. She’s with him now. Diane and I send our condolences.

ashanti teague posted on 1/13/23
may God bless and keep your family amen.

Nanacy Van Son posted on 1/13/23
To Frank’s wonderful daughters, Diana, Teresa and Brenda with their equally amazing husbands and families, Gene, Jake, Jon, Josh and I, Nancy, are sending our deepest heartfelt sympathy to all of you at this difficult time. While we never want to let our loved ones go, we treasure the knowledge that Frank is with our Savior and free from the physical pains of this world. Our faith in God helps with the loss of Frank, here with us, but in the joy that our faith brings is the knowledge that he is where we all hope to be someday sure helps! Frank was such a very good man. He was so hardworking and giving. Even in pain, he did so much for others, especially our mother. When asked how he was doing, he often responded first with a small laugh, as though unwilling to let on how bad the pain really felt, then acknowledge that it was not so good. He was so wonderful to my mother. The highlight of her days was knowing Frank cared for her, worried about her, played cards with her and just a couple years ago gave her a real good competitive game of ‘bags’. She loved how he called her every morning. My mother cared for him deeply and we worry how she will be without him. Frank was always so thoughtful and kind to everyone in our family. He was so very appreciate even of small gestures. He would call to thank us for remembering him with a card on his birthday or Christmas. How could we not??? Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time. Your loss is heavy but your memories will lighten your heart. God gives us many treasures to hold and enjoy here. Frank was certainly one of them. They are not the treasures you can buy but treasures that lighten your heart and spirit, by the joy and love they added to our lives. All of our lives are richer for having known Frank. God Blessed Frank with such a wonderful family. I know this because Frank said so, many times!!! Just kidding, when he spoke of his family, it was with loving pride and smiles that showed in his eyes! He was fun! God Bless all of you. You are in our prayers. I have attached a picture taken at mom’s 90th surprise birthday party. Frank got her there and she didn’t have a clue! He was thrilled to do it for her. God love you Frank! You will be missed by all of us! (picture could not be posted but I mailed this letter and picture to each of his daughters) With heartfelt sympathy, The Van Son’s Gene, Nancy, Jake, Jon & Angela, and Josh (Lucille's oldest daughter)

Nancy posted on 1/12/23
Our deepest condolence on your loss Dr.Meschi and staff Rush Copley

Mark Johnson posted on 1/12/23
Enjoyed your friendship over the years! You were a great mentor back in the 1970's at Cat, RIP my friend...

Joyce Ottens Kimmel posted on 1/11/23
I remember John Mason being at his grandparents many times when I used to be there as well with his cousin Jean Brandt (maiden name).

Mary Monroe posted on 1/9/23
You have been apart of my life for 49 years. You will never know how you had impacted my life 40 years ago. The day my mother passes away. I didn't understand how or what death was. But you comfort me and explained. You will always have a special love and place in my heart. May you fly with the angels and have no more pain.. I love and will miss you . May you rest in peace. Love you Mary Monroe ( Sister n law)

Patricia Bates posted on 1/8/23
So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with the family .

Rachel posted on 1/8/23
I always knew I was your favorite, from the moment I walked into your life you accepted me and loved me with all you heart!! We sure will miss you Mama, but I know you will always shine bright upon us!! I will think of you always when I look into my children's eyes as you are where it all started!!

Felecia posted on 1/6/23
U and carl dancing at Cory’s wedding that was the best memory ever

Felicia posted on 1/6/23
Pest in peace darlene so glad kim and chip was there to care for u gonna miss seeing ur smiling face but I know ur in good hands fly high with cal and watch over kim chip will josh dakota connor kiley khloe and Carson forever in our hearts

Stephanie Mailhot posted on 1/6/23
May you rest in peace kim took great care of u and carl u will be missed by all ur kids grandchildren and great grandchild so glad ur at peace love and will miss walkiking in ur house and seeing ur smiling face

Will posted on 1/6/23
You will forever be in our hearts gram, I know your not suffering anymore but we all miss you so much, I love you

Donna & Kevin Price posted on 1/5/23
You are all in our thoughts and prayers. I know he is happy being with Shirley once again.

Julie Budwine posted on 1/5/23
Jackie, Dale. Leslie, Wendy, Andrea and the rest of the family. Brian and I would like to say how sorry we are for the loss of Dean. I know how much you loved him and we are so sorry for your loss. May he rest in peace with our father until we all meet again.

Traci Phillips posted on 1/5/23
I will always cherish the memories we made together. Your positive attitude and love of coaching and mentoring others made such an impact on so many. Rest Easy my friend.. until we meet again one day! Go Cubs Go! Go Cubs Go! Go Cubs Go!

Kelley Waddell posted on 1/5/23
So many wonderful memories of your sweet mom. Keeping you and Bruce in our prayers. We love you. -Heath, Kelley, Haddie, and Lawson

Nan Long posted on 1/5/23
My sympathies to the Schaschwary Family. Nan (Beane) Long

Sanish posted on 1/5/23
A good coach can change a game, a great coach can change a life.-John Wooden That says it all.

Monica Hardt posted on 1/4/23
Where to even begin. She will be so missed. We spent so much time together as kids. From playing in the yard, to singing in our “Bangles concerts”, to sneaking cigarettes in her room, and all the other teenage shenanigans we used to get in to. She was such a strong headed, strong willed person. I will always love you cuz. ❤️RIP

Kevin Hook posted on 1/4/23
Extending thoughts and prayers to Johns family. He touched many lives. He was a mentor to so many, through out his life. He left an amazing legacy to many, that will be cherished for the rest of their lives. RIP John. You did good !

Sanish posted on 1/4/23
A good coach can change a game. A great coach can change a life,-John Wooden That pretty much says it all.

Paula Marie Craig posted on 1/4/23
Mrs. Schaschwary, Rick, Mike and Heidi, Praying for all of you. May your hearts be comforted by our Lord Jesus.

Janet and Kirby Clemons posted on 1/4/23
Our deepest sympathies to you and your family, Amy. May you be comforted with the Father’s peace and love in the days ahead. Keeping you in our prayers. Love, Janet and Kirby Clemons “Judd’s Nana and PopPop”

Elsa Kucher posted on 1/4/23
My dear friend Dean I will miss talking, driving, dining and learning from you!!!! Sincere condolences and prayers. The Kuchers

Elsa Kucher posted on 1/4/23
My dear friend Dean I will miss our friendship, our driving, our dining and my learning from you. Sincere condolences and prayers. Elsa Kucher and sons.

Vicki Melendez posted on 1/4/23
So many memories throughout the years - holidays, boating, drinks, dinners and sooo many more. You were part of my "chosen" family. I love you and will miss you along with many of those you touched.

Jim & Barb Otto posted on 1/4/23
We are saddened to see Dean had passed. Our deepest condolences to his family.

Mary Lee posted on 1/4/23
To my beautiful cousin, Gone way too soon. I will remember and cherish our fun crazy times together. Watch over all of us beautiful angel. We all love and miss you so much. Mary Lee

Jan and Mike Couture posted on 1/4/23
Sending love and strength to all of Dolly’s family and friends. Dolly was an amazing human being that we were so happy to call our friend. She will be missed by so many. We will miss our winters with her in Florida. May she rest in heavenly peace. Until we meet again dear friend. Love Mike and Jan ♥️

Paula (Usry) Christiansen posted on 1/4/23
I’m so sorry for your loss.

Cathy Whiteman posted on 1/4/23
With our love and prayers, Ron and Cathy

Chris and Mary posted on 1/3/23
Sending our thoughts and prayers to Dolly's friends and family. She will truly be missed by her friends here in Florida. RIp Dolly❤️

Elena Wolfe posted on 1/3/23
Sorry for your loss son there's anything I could do I wish I was closer to give you a big hug

Crystal cargle and Travis Cargle posted on 1/3/23
My beautiful loving cousin will be missed dearly. Defender of tiny creatures. Gone too soon, we love you Jennifer we'll see you in the afterlife. Until we see each other again ❤️ Love, Crystal

Linda Johnson posted on 1/3/23
Doug and Family, My sympathy to you on the death of your father. May the peace of God be with you.

Deana Baumann posted on 1/3/23
remembering darlene and thinking of family- did her hair for 46 years-always doing something

Joanne Dano posted on 1/3/23
My you Rest In Peace ,you are surely gonna be missed by everyone. Your going to a better place to be with loved ones, give them all big hugs and kisses, till we all meet again love ya Joanne Dano

Teresa Fredricks posted on 1/3/23
Dean's Capri Family in Florida will certainly miss him and send their condolences to the entire Johnson Families. RIP Dean.

David Raymond Wilder posted on 1/2/23
Jeneffer was a wonderful young lady. She touched the hearts of many people. She was so sweet and loving. Jennifer loved the out doors. She was a salt of the earth type of person and always saw the best in others. She will be missed by do many.

Karen & Randy Duncan posted on 12/29/22
We have been so blessed to be friends with Joe & Sharon for over 50 years They both had servants hearts Old friends are the best!! Our whole family loved Joe we have such wonderful memories of fun times with the Woldhuis family!! we are sending much love to all of you and thinking of Joe fishing on his boat in Heaven!!

Dawn posted on 12/26/22
NEVER forgetting you Mom! Thinking of you all too frequently Actually made your dressing at Thanksgiving and NAILED it! Memorial candles in my windows so the WORLD will know you are still here Love much, your FAVORITE daughter Dawn

Connie Ohern posted on 12/22/22
I was shocked and saddened to hear of Harry’s passing. He gave me the wonderful opportunity to join his department and I will always be grateful to him. Harry was a great teacher and “developer of people”. My heart goes out to his family whom he loved so much.

Darcie (Raatz) Henriott posted on 12/22/22
Mrs. Schaid was a very sweet lady and always enjoyed talking to her. Sorry, for your family loss. I was from Class of 1982 of Big Foot and went to Walworth School.

Kenneth posted on 12/22/22

Susan Schaid posted on 12/22/22
The first time I met my mother-in-law, I was amazed at her high sweet voice which later I realized was just an extension of the pure sweetness that was part of her essence. Her kindness to me was so warm. I'll never forget how she made my wedding gown from a drawing I had made! All the expert mending she did for my family was just one of the ways she showed her love. I will never forget all the little things she did like bringing over freshly baked cookies or small gifts for no reason or her wonderful chicken soup when someone was sick. I often asked for her advice on cooking. She had a simple elegance to her and I wouldn't be surprised to see a picture of her in the dictionary for the meaning of a lady! Eunice was a quiet but constant caring presence in all of our lives. She was a true matriarch of our family and to say she will be missed is an understatement. I loved her very much and already miss her.

Erin posted on 12/21/22
I’m extremely sorry for your loss. No one deserves this. He was a beautiful soul. I hope the best for you all. My condolences!

Erin posted on 12/21/22
Sadly I did not know Edward personally but I knew his wife. She worked at my school and was always kind to everyone, so was her family. I can’t imagine the pain there going through and If could do anything to help or change what happened I would. I’m extremely sorry for your loss. No one deserves this. He was a beautiful soul. My condolences.

Sandi Weiss posted on 12/21/22
Jerry, Sue, Cheryl, Linda and Jim and all the family: My sincerest condolences on the passing of your father. Bruce was always a kind, happy gentleman. I always enjoyed my brief exchanges with him and Shirley....mostly at the Purple Store getting ice cream. Fond memories.

Mary Nencka posted on 12/21/22
Dennis and family, We were so sorry to hear of the death of Aimee. She was a wonderful friend to me and she will be greatly missed. I will always remember her for her amazing compassion and strength. We spent many hours together and had some fun adventures as well. Aimee was a one-of-a-kind type of person, with a personality that exuded warmth and kindness even the face of extreme adversity. God bless you and your family! Mary, Dave, and Ann-Marie

Mike Schilb posted on 12/21/22
I was shocked when I received the phone call from Matt that Harry was no longer with us. He was truly a one of a kind and never knew a stranger. I was fortunate to have had Harry for a manager for many years but more importantly a mentor. I will miss our weekly conversations !!

Jason Citrano posted on 12/20/22
To the Arboleda family, I am so very sorry for your loss. I know there are no words. My deepest sympathies.

Joe Corcoran posted on 12/20/22
To Harry, my good friend who taught me how to conduct business while having fun! Harry was one of the smartest people I have ever worked with in the learning and development industry. We developed a wonderful friendship! I will miss his mischievous smile and wonderful personality! Joe Corcoran

Alonzo Amador posted on 12/20/22
Con profundo respeto expreso mis condolencias por el sencible fallecimiento de John Arboleda, me uno a la pena que enbarga a su fam. y amigos , deseo pronta resignacion ante esta irremediable perdida Descanze en Paz

Tim & Amy Averkamp posted on 12/19/22
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time.

Steve Anderson posted on 12/19/22
Deepest sympathy to our dear friends Matt and Rachel as well as the whole family. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. May our God provide comfort and healing as only He can. Steve and Debbie Anderson

Carol vaughan posted on 12/18/22
Harry became a dear friend during his walks around the neighborhood. He loved to sit and visit. We will miss him

Barry and Audrey Schmelzer posted on 12/18/22
Harry was a great friend and neighbor of ours for many years. He will be missed.

Debbie Friedlund posted on 12/18/22
So many wonderful childhood memories on the farm! It was my favorite place to go- the barnyard kittens and the ponies, watching Uncle Bruce break the horses. He was a kind, caring man and I love him

Kimberly Salzbrunn posted on 12/17/22
My deepest sympathy to Keith’s family. I worked with him at the Oswego Police Department and remember a kind, caring, funny and courageous man. Who, like his fellow officers, always answered the call with courage. Which is how I’m sure he battled cancer. Rest in peace from a life well lived.

Mike & Nancy Avgenackis posted on 12/16/22
We were sorry to learn of Harry’s passing. I enjoyed the years we worked together at Deere & Company. Our sympathies to Jackie and her family. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. May Harry’s memory be eternal. Mike and Nancy Avgenackis (Knoxville, TN).

Sue Woods posted on 12/16/22
My deepest sympathy to you Pat and your family. i cant even imagine how hard it is to lose a son. He fought hard but now he is at rest, no more pain. My prayers are with you and your family.

William F Griffin posted on 12/15/22
Miss you brother. Gone but never forgotten, save me a spot at the bar, counting on you to guide me to a musky hotspot, fishing will never be the same without you.

Nolan Kaplan posted on 12/15/22
So sorry to hear of your brother's passing Geralyn. My family's sympathies go out to you and your brothers and sisters and his family.

Ryan Tanner posted on 12/14/22
Aimee was one of the sweetest people I've ever met. I remember helping Dennis move some large items to their new home in Elkhorn. Dennis insisted that he buy me dinner for helping. I tried to decline but he told me that Aimee would be disappointed in him if he didn't. She always put others first. On Halloween, the Yakes' house was a special stop for my daughters because they knew Aimee would have something extra for them. Aimee will be very missed. I am so glad that my family and I got to enjoy her friendship.

Douglas Carr posted on 12/13/22
I have many fond memories of both Aimee and Lee growing up at the apartments on Wisconsin street . They both at that time liked to dance the Luau with the pretty flowers in their hair . We would have races and all of us would walk around Lake Geneva and go to the movies . My wife and I are very sad to hear of her passing . I know the sisters are back together again . If you have any old pictures of them when they were in the apartments on Wisconsin street . I would love to get a couple of copies of them . It would bring back great memories of the past for me . I don’t have many pictures of those days . God bless you all and I am honored to of been their friends . I’m sorry for your loss . Douglas and Heidi Carr.

ms.carol anaski-figurski posted on 12/13/22
My thoughts & prayers & deepest sympathy to you & your family. I knew Keith from the community of Oswego IL He loved his job as a police officer. Wishing you God's Best Always.

Melodie Lorentz posted on 12/13/22
To Aimee’s family, I send my most heartfelt condolences. It has been a journey for me with both Aimee and her sister Leanna (Lee Lee) whom I won many singing awards in high school with and my love for you is enormous and the loss is heartbreaking. I will keep you in my heart forever.

James & Virginia Gengler posted on 12/13/22
We never had the honor of meeting you.However, we have come to know your Son Terry, his wife Kara and their two beautiful boys. You must have been a fine man to have raised such a fine son. Our Sincere Condolences to friends & family.

Kevon and Debbie Smid posted on 12/10/22
Kevon and I have known Dwight and April since we built our house here on Erma Drive 26 years ago. Over the years we have gotten to know them both more. I always remember Dwight as being a kind, helpful, and generous person. Always willing to lend a hand. He always would wave and smile to me when I saw him out walking. Kevon amd him had many conversations over the years regarding electrical, as they both were electricians. They also spent time talking about welding and guns, as they both had that in common. I still remember the time when he asked if he could take my boys to the movies on a summer day when I had to work. I will never forget how that touched my heart. He also had a love for animals. Over the years I remember him taking care of dogs and cats, showing them love and kindness. He surely will be missed!! I'm thankful he was our neighbor always looking out for us and everyone around him. May you rest in peace, Dwight. Love, Kevon, Debbie, Zach, and Justin

Mardel and George Manion posted on 12/10/22
We sure have missed him greeting us as we came into church. We knew Dwight and April from years back. Watched their girls grow up. We had kids around the same ages. Such a nice family. Dwight would always ask about my knee before and after my knee surgery last year. He had the same surgery before me and it was unbelievable how well he did. He was willing to share his experiences and help people as much as possible. Such a friendly, giving spirit. So sorry for the loss to April and the girls and the grandchildren. You had one of the best.

Steve Lombardo posted on 12/9/22
Dwight Fuhrman is an authentic, great man - and I say this on purpose because today he is having a great day in heaven! I look forward to speaking at your funeral tomorrow as we celebrate your life and celebrate eternal life in Christ Jesus. You have made a difference in the lives of many people and you will be deeply missed - see you later brother! Steve

Deborah posted on 12/9/22
Whitey, you were always such a sweet and kind man. From the time I moved in next door to to you and April, 17 years ago, you were the very best neighbor I could ask for. You were always so kind and patient with my boys when they were young, and embraced them as they grew into men. You always had a contagious smile, an enchanting story and great advise. Thank you for the many adventures on the boat and always sharing your favorite fishing spots with our grandson Caleb! You were so kind to the homeless cats that hung around our back yards, you and April saving them and bringing them into your home. Thank you for always attending to and caring for our cats when we traveled. Max and Mia's favorite toys were handmade in "Whitey's Cat Toy Manufacturing Shop"! Thank you for all the kindness you shared, we feel very blessed to have had the opportunity to know you. Our hearts will miss you so very much. Love, Deborah and Scott

Anita Kreissl posted on 12/9/22
Growing up as one of Dwight sisters, he liked to tease me. Some of the earlier memories was some of the vacations with mom, dad, Dale and June. I remember traveling to Watersmeet, Michigan way out in the sticks. Also, we had long one month vacations camping and traveling with the family through Colorado, Grand Canyon, Mesa Verde, Royal Gorge, on to California visiting Uncle John and Aunt Vi Spann and on to Redwood Forest, and back home. Another vacation was to Seattle, up to Canada in the Glacier National Forest, then , down through Minnesota, Oregon, Black Hills, North and South Dakota, Utah, Yellowstone, and so much more. Of course, traveling in the car meant being confined between my brothers in the back seat of the car. As brothers do, I was pushed back and forth between them in the back seat. Traveling for a month without seeing friends was rough. But what was funny, was the fact that by the time we got through about 3 weeks of travel, we kids got along well and we started getting rambunctious towards our parents. But we finally got back home to Westchester, IL and were so thrilled when we were back. Those are some of my fondest memories that I have with Dwight and family. I’ll always remember those. Enjoy your traveling amongst the angels above with mom and dad!

Scott Rudel posted on 12/9/22
I met Dwight about 14 years ago when I moved next door to him and April. I introduced myself to him one afternoon and we became good neighbors (very good neighbors). One of my first encounters with him, will remain one of my fondest memories of him. I asked him what he did for a living and he proudly related that he was an electrician and was now retired. He quickly continued to inform me, what being retired meant to him. He said something to the words of “ I was an electrician and now I’m retired. I do not do side jobs, so please don’t be offended if you ask and I say no. I like to think I’m a good neighbor, so I would be happy to give assistance if you need, but I do not do side jobs.” I knew at that moment, I liked him. Right to the point. Follow up, , he did help me on several occasions with some electrical projects, without me ever asking. Never took more then a beer for his help. Whitey is the perfect neighbor to have. One of the most considerate people I ever met. Kind, compassionate, definitely passionate about his politics, which often led to long conversation with us agreeing to disagree. I often would watch him working in his yard making sure it was looking good. His pride in his yard often spilled over to our yard when he would come over and do some work in our yard, because he finished his. The list of what makes people good, would be a very long list for Dwight, I’m very glad I got to spend time with such a good neighbor and friend. Scott / Deborah

Stephanie Owens posted on 12/8/22
Dad, I miss you SO much more then can be put into words! You were a man of great wisdom and faithfulness. I came to you for so much advice and you always listened! You were a loving, kind Grandpa and Joe and Jason have so many wonderful memories with you to hold on to!! So many good memories boating, fishing and the projects you Tom and the boys worked on together! The times we spent together and memories shared will never be forgotten and your love and wisdom will live through me, my family and all the lives you touched!! Having you as my Dad has been such a blessing and privilege!! I love you so much Dad you will be greatly missed!!!❤️❤️ Love, Steph ❤️

Allison Kahl posted on 12/7/22
Dad, You were the sweetest, kindest, most loving, courageous father a girl could have and I’m truly blessed. I’ll miss starting my day with, “Good Morning Sunshine” texts, our daily morning & night talks, daddy kisses on the cheek, movie dates, and the very best wisdom & advice. I will cherish all the love and wonderful memories and look forward to the day we meet again! Love and miss you so much already, Daddy-O! ❤️ My love always & forever, Your Sunshine ☀️

June Fuhrman posted on 12/6/22
Thank you so very much big brother, for the times you came up to Wisconsin to see me Taking me to the movies and lunch on Saturdays, and rides on your pontoon boat Visits with mom and dad at your house, but I can rejoice in knowing that you are In a better place with Jesus as well seeing mom and dad again too I. Heaven Also , my prayers and thoughts go out to the family too, Love, Little sister, June Carol Fuhrman

Robin Mason posted on 12/6/22
My deepest condolences to the family and loved ones. I’m still in shock and flooded with happy memories of playing as kids. I hope he is resting peacefully now. I’m so sorry for your loss and I hope we can reconnect soon. All my love.

Tanya Colleen Fuhrman-Wenman posted on 12/6/22
I always looked forward to Dad coming to Colorado to see us for Father's Day - he did that many years. He loved Colorado so much in that the State represents God's beauty that we could all enjoy out hiking at Red Rocks in Morrison, Colo., Garden of the Gods & Pikes Peak in Colorado Springs and in the mountains at Estes Park and Breckenridge/Frisco area! Thank you, Dad, for all your visits with us traveling to Colorado to see us & all those many wonderful memories enjoying the mountains together - very special & cherished moments indeed!!!

Lauren C posted on 12/5/22
Bud, we will miss you so very much. Thank you for everything, I know you’re at rest && that is a comfort. Say hi to Shelly for me. I will always remember the way your nostrils would flare when you were tryna trick me playing monopoly or chess. Thank you for teaching me to play chess btw.The way you said “wrasssstlin”, the beastmaster adventures, all the cats, Hank Williams jams, && everything in between. Steven and I will miss you. Love, Fleah

Ed Peterson posted on 12/5/22
I will miss the Xmas eve get togethers many years ago. He will be dearly missed.

Patty Tuymer posted on 12/5/22
I am so sorry to hear about your moms passing. I spent time with her last year as she was interested in my listing in Leland down the street from her daughter. She had me and my husband out to her home as she wanted me to see it. Your mom and my husband hit it off very well and I could not get him out of there. She was so nice and I am glad we met her.

Bob Peterson posted on 12/5/22
I / we will miss your warm colorful presence, interesting stories and experiences.

Cesily Mason posted on 12/4/22
My deepest sympathy and condolences to the family. Wishing healing and love for all.

Sue Shugrue posted on 12/4/22
Although we have not seen Jordan since he was in high school. We are deeply saddened to learn of his passing. He spent many hours at our house playing as a boy. Always smiling having fun. In my minds eye he will always be that happy little boy playing outside in the yard. Wishing peace and comfort to his family.

Maddy Peiffer posted on 12/3/22
I love you so much Chuckie. You were a great grandpa and you never failed to make me laugh & smile. I hope you’re happy now and not in pain anymore. You were a good man. Rest in peace, I love you. ❤️

Ted Bennefield posted on 12/3/22
Crazy to believe. Small fond memories of him myself, but i know many more for my parents Jean Sulek and David Bennefield. All of us are very sad to hear this passing, and its crazy knowing i was only a few years younger than him. I wish he rests easy and knows how each he will be missed. To Jean and Terry, we are sorry for your loss and you're more than welcome to reach out if/when needed! Cherish all fond memories and know Jordan is watching over everyone in the family!

Jean Sulek posted on 12/3/22
My deepest sympathies to the family. I've known Jordan for years and he was so good to my girls and played with them without hesitation. You left this place too early but I you find peace. You will forever be in my heart

Jean Sulek posted on 12/3/22
May you find peace. You will truly be missed

jean sulek posted on 12/3/22
I've known Jordan at a young age. He was such a sweet boy and played with my daughters without any hesitation. You are forever in my heart and saddens me you left this place early. May you find peace.

Joshua Sheridan posted on 12/3/22
I love and miss you Chuck! You were always supportive and a great roll model always giving great information and advice as I grew up. I always knew you were in my corner in all aspects of life and someone I could trust and talk to. I wish I knew you were hurting as bad as you were because I would have done anything to help. Now you are watching over Kelly, mama, and us. I will always think of you and remember all the happy memories. Rest in peace until we meet again someday.

Barry Davis posted on 12/3/22
God speed Chuck. You were one of the kindest people I ever worked with.

Rick Paul posted on 12/2/22
What a great person, he will be sadly missed. Thank you Jordan for all you gave to so many, may you Rest In Peace.

Marc Royster posted on 12/2/22
Chuck and I go way back as when he was in high school his family moved to California and he wanted to stay here so he moved in with my family to finish out school. I guess you could say he was my brother from a different mother. May his family find comfort knowing he is in a better place. Until we meet again rest in peace my brother.

Cam posted on 12/2/22
I love you chuck, and I’m sorry I never told you that. It hurts me to think of what you went through, nobody deserves that, especially you. I’m forever grateful for everything you’ve done for me, it never went unappreciated .

peggy sue posted on 12/1/22
robyn so sorry to hear this sandy and steve passed away to. call sandys old phone 1 630 879 34 89 james would love to talk to you.

Michael Utley posted on 12/1/22
Prayers for the family of my cousin. She will be greatly missed by all. May she enter into the gates of heaven with joy and Thanksgiving and begin her new life with our Father and Jesus and give praise forevermore.

Greg posted on 12/1/22
When I go back in time and think about all the people I’ve met in my life that left an indelible mark on my soul Madonna is one of those people. She was a beautiful girl with a wonderful smile. I am so happy hearing that she was able to spend time with her grandchildren. I am saddened by her passing but I’ll always have those wonderful memories of high school and the people I’ve been graced to have known. Madonna will always one of the very few that come to mind. I will pray for you, Madonna, and your family. God Bless. Greg Cebelinski (Morton West Class of 1981)

Dotty Mockenhaupt posted on 12/1/22
I met Madonna about 2 years ago at St. Pat’s Church. She complimented me on my convertible and said “maybe You could take me for a ride some day”. I said, “how about right now?” We went for a lovely convertible ride and shared many stories. Madonna shared her beautiful story of her time in the hospital when she had visions of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Madonna shared with me that she had written these stories down and I would love to read these stories if they are available. Madonna was a Blessing in my life and will be remembered for her beautiful stories, her closeness with God and the Holy Spirit and her loving nature. Sending prayers for her and her family

PAT HANKINS posted on 11/30/22
I would like to send my condolence to Kyle and family. Sue was a new friend in the making, we had several things in common, different views we could share and learn and improve and understand things we were dealing with, and support each other when dealing with our common shared obstacles, when frustrated we could talk and let off steam. I will miss her more and more until time heals.

Penny Riemenschneider Kellogg posted on 11/30/22
Dear Phyllis & Family, I am so so sorry for the loss of Tim. I want you to know you are in my thoughts & prayers.

Pam posted on 11/30/22
Madonna was such a lovely person! I always looked forward to seeing her kind and friendly face at Delnor. She will be greatly missed. Sending my prayers and deepest sympathy to her family. God bless her and all of you.

Tracey Etheridge posted on 11/30/22
Madonna was such a blessing. I worked with her at Delnor and she was a sweet soul who loved Jesus. She knew her purpose here on earth and glorified God with her life. I was blessed to know her and spend time with her this last year. I am praying for her family, for peace that surpasses all understanding and to know that this is not goodbye, but see you later!

Frank Bombino posted on 11/30/22
I go back with Chuck to our little league days the 1969 Yankees. I talked to Chuck a few weeks back he will be deeply missed. RIP buddy

David Burdelak posted on 11/30/22
We send our condolences and prayers. The Holy Cross Catholic Church Pastoral Council, Batavia, IL

Jack Glezen posted on 11/30/22
Dear Kelly and family, Char and I want to express our deepest sorrow for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Charles was a good man and will be greatly missed and always loved. May God look out over you and protect you. Love, Jack and Char Glezen

"Ms. Nelly" posted on 11/30/22
I had Miguel on the playground in elementary school and he was also in my daughter's graduating class. He always remembered me and would specifically come over to say hi and chat. He would always ask how school was going for me and how my daughter was doing. He was just a NICE guy and I'm lucky to have known him.

Jeffery and Rebecca Glezen posted on 11/30/22 Jeff and Rebecca Glezen want to express our deepest condolences and sorrow for your loss. We love you Kelly!

Tom Hill posted on 11/30/22
Sorry to hear this, Chuck was one of my heroes back in the day, he always reminded me of a Marvel action figure because he had shoulders as wide as a barn door and he was as strong as a buffalo , seems he may have suffered more than I can imagine , I wish there was some way I could have helped, my thoughts and prayers go out to him and his family.

Bob & Annette Forslund posted on 11/30/22
May all the wonderful memories you hold dear give you comfort. Madonna’s smile lit up a room. Blessings & prayers to her family & friends.

Shelly Warren posted on 11/30/22
I am so very sorry to all of you. Madonna was an extended family member to me. I would always love seeing her at all the family functions when she was able. She always had a smile on her face and had something good to say. She trusted in her faith and I truly believe that she is in the arms of her parents right now. I so wish I was able to be there but unfortunately it didn’t work out that I could. Please know that I am there with you all in spirit. My love love to all of you! I know that together you will all make it through this. Hugs to everyone and may God be with you all. I will continue to pray for all of you.

Hugo and Maria Carachure posted on 11/29/22
Our deepest condolences to the Quintero family… Just remember…. Those we love don't go away. They walk beside us every day, Unseen, unheard, but always near, Still loved, still missed, and always dear.

Lupita Garcia posted on 11/29/22
Michael, I will remember you for your serene demeanor and big smile. Even when you were a baby, when I got to hold you in my arms and carry you around Chuyito's wedding reception, you were like that. Such a happy baby! You will be missed and we pray that you are in peace resting in God's arms. Familia, we share in your pain and are with you in spirit. Compartimos en su dolor y estamos con ustedes en pensamiento y en oración. Les mandamos fuerte abrazos y nuestro más sentido pésame. Cariõsamente, Familias Garcia y Quinteros

Timothy Garbelman posted on 11/29/22
T - Man oh man where to start ! With my faith as strong as it is - I find comfort knowing your not in pain anymore , you will truly be missed by many with your presence , posts and messages simply about Life and the simple things -through your fight you stayed positive and vocal about LIFE - I will miss the fb messages , texts and you singing to my cd all hours of the day and night at times calling me - messaging me …that my friend burns a smile on my face for life ! You were a one of KIND guy - who inspired so many with simple words ! and your laugh and smile were contagious ! Way back From the days on van emmon when we used to pretend we were MJ having dunk contests all hours of the day and night! Literally with the back yard lights on -Truly believing we could fly ! Buddy you can fly all you want now !- another memory was when I came out to see ya 2014-15 ish we partied at your house lost track of the count of beers ( but it was A LOT )with myself you Jonas and my brother and then we got you out of the house to a bar !!! It was tough but you went ! I could go on and on - but I know we will meet again one day and catch up my friend ! I’m glad you had a amazing Woman around you and there for you through it all ! I Love ya man I’m praying for Steph and everyone in your family !

Johnny posted on 11/29/22
I can remember so many memories of us as kids playing together till the sun came down. So many fun and exciting times we had together growing up that i will never forget. My condolences go out to the Quintero family and all the lives Miguel touch.

Steve.milam posted on 11/29/22
Soon… We will go out.. and talk about what’s new. Soon.. We will laugh , and feel each other’s life.. Soon… We will have no more pain. Both of us. Together .. Soon.. Everything that’s right , that matters, will be ours Forever ❤️ SM

Amy Jorgenson posted on 11/29/22
So sorry to hear this. Many great memories. Rest in peace Chuck.

Mary posted on 11/29/22
Madonna was such a sweet and beautiful person. She took pride in her work as a hearing screener at Delnor hospital. She always had a smile on her face, and loved working with patients. Her presence will be dearly missed at Delnor! Praying for her family and friends.

Steve Raymond Quintero posted on 11/29/22
Miguel, aka Michael was always a kind soul to all of us, full of life, with a loving personality. Every time that we spend time with him, it was quality time. He would listen intently and converse intimately. We feel honored to have had the opportunity to know you. You will always be remembered in our hearts and your picture will always bring us joy. Although we could not be there personally, we share with our family this great loss and deep pain. My God rest his soul and bring peace to all of you. All of our love always.

Familia Garcia posted on 11/28/22
We share as a family in your pain and loss. Know that Michael will be missed and that we are with you in spirit. Our hearts go out to you and we pray that you may have strength and feel the love that surrounds you all. Nuestros más sentido pésame y les mandamos abrazos fuertes con cariño y amor. -Lupita

Your cousin Lupita posted on 11/28/22
Michael, I will always hold close a memory from when you were a baby- a few months old. You were so serene and you let me carry you around Chuyito's wedding reception for a long while- I even took you on the dance floor and danced with you! You were a beautiful baby with big blue eyes! Although I did not get to see you often, when I did, you always had that serene demeanor and big smile and I was always genuinely glad to see you! I will hold your memory close to my heart - know that you will be missed and that I pray for your peace in God's arms.

Lisa Doede-Drabek posted on 11/28/22
I will never forget being at our grandma’s house and Tim and my brother and I were downstairs. We went outside. Grandpa left the ladder out against the house and Tim climbs up about half way, and yells to grandma who’s out in her strawberry patch I believe. “hey grandma! Watch this!” And jumps off. About gave her a heart attack. He was fearless.

Carlene Johnson posted on 11/28/22
i will miss your smile the most

Erik Devick posted on 11/28/22
It was a wild strange trip knowing Tim . We did a alot of crazy things over the years and he was always quite humble no matter what was going on around him . Be at peace My Friend.

Nancy posted on 11/28/22
Our deepest condolences Dr.Myong Dr.Chen and staff Rush Copley

Hannah posted on 11/28/22
I grew up going to Plano schools with Miguel. He always stood out as kind and respectful to everyone he met. On the few occasions I saw him after graduation he made a point to say 'hi' and ask how I have been, which I really appreciated. I am so sad to learn of Miguel's passing and wish his family & friends peace and happy memories.

Lewis Bernardin posted on 11/28/22
What is best in life? Conan: To crush your enemies, to see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentations of their women. Love you Chuck. Epp Sheep

Brandi (Saunders) McAuley posted on 11/28/22
Tim always had an amazing energy around him that would draw people in. He had the best smile and laugh. I will cherish my memories with him. To Stephanie and his family, I am so sorry for your loss. I pray that your find comfort in knowing he was so loved by his friends, and he was a blessing to all of us that were lucky enough to have gotten to know him. May God bring you the strength to carry on through these difficult times.

Bill Mahaney posted on 11/28/22
My deepest condolences to Stephane, Scott, Phyllis, and the entire family. My Prayers are with you.

Gera posted on 11/27/22
I always went to you to escape reality, music was our thing. I will never forget the memories we shared, at first it was just a hobby making music with you. Then it turned into something I loved to do. Thanks for giving me confidence,you helped me grow in ways words or rhymes will never be able to explain. I hope you are flying as high as you always wanted to in your songs…

Tami Ramey posted on 11/27/22
Madonna was a sweet fun loving woman. When she would visit Texas, she would always go see my Mom, Tristyn’s granny. They would dance and dance, because Madonna knew my Mom loved to dance. Her grandkids were her everything. She will be truly missed. Prayers for all her family and friends.

Tami Ramey posted on 11/27/22
She was a sweet fun loving woman. When she would visit Texas, she would always go see my Mom, Tristyn’s granny. They would dance and dance and dance. She loved her g-kids more than anything. She will be truly missed. Prayers and love to her family.

Devin Wright posted on 11/27/22
Bro we where just making music together this summer.

Gayle Moravecek posted on 11/27/22
Madonna was a very kind and sweet woman. It was quite apparent that God was at the center of her life and the Blessed Virgin Mary always by her side. It was refreshing to see that she loved the Catholic faith so deeply. The world has lost a beautiful soul today. May she rest in the peace that only God can provide.

Gloria C.Joyce posted on 11/27/22
R.I.P.Cousin Phil!

Aimee Tercs posted on 11/27/22
Tim was one of those rare people; he was an old soul with new energy. He was my favorite kind of people--a misfit with a heart of gold. Tim was always the life of the party, kind & accepting of all people (even little nerds like me...maybe "especially" little nerds like me), and one of the funnest people I've ever had the pleasure of knowing. I'm so grateful that our paths had crossed again recently. Tim gave me some money that I was able to use to get my handicapped son a new/fun piece of equipment he could use to play on and keep up with other little kids. This wasn't a piece of handicapped Equipment he needed, per se, but one that he could use to simply have fun like a normal little kid. If that doesn't scream "spirit of Tim Hill" I don't know what does. What a wonderful piece of a legacy puzzle we've received from him. You will be missed more than you probably will ever know, my friend. ❤️

Marcia Hagy posted on 11/26/22
I am so sorry for your loss, Stephanie. Hold those memories close!! My thoughts and prayers are with you & your family.

Marcia Hagy posted on 11/26/22
I am so sorry for your loss, Stephanie. Hold all those memories close. My thoughts & prayers are with you & your family.

Phil and Jackie Purdue posted on 11/26/22
So saddened by this news , Tim was such a sweet guy ! Our thoughts and prayers go out to his entire family.

Betty Padilla posted on 11/26/22
Please accept our sincerest condolences on the passing of your beloved husband. May you always keep those good memories with you forever! He was a wonderful husband ,friend and we will always cherish those memories. May God continue to give your the strength through your loss of Tim. R.I.P. Tim you will never be forgotten ! Cindy Todd and Betty Padilla

Stan Ellertson posted on 11/26/22
I didn’t get a chance to meet Tim until a few months ago and he wasn’t really taking visitors when we were in town, but he made an exception and let Shannon and I come over. I am so glad he did. We talked for a good hour about life and things in general and then he invited me outside to see his cars. After a short while he had to go back in to rest and Steph told me that he hadn’t been outside in months. I feel very honored that he was willing to come outside and talk cars with me for a few minutes. I am thankful for the time he and Steph had together and wish we could have hung out more because I know we would have been great friends.

Rebecca Danner posted on 11/26/22
Tim was one of the best humans on this planet. We shared a friendship that surpassed all others. He was kind, generous, funny and of course extremely handsome!!! He was there no matter what time of day it was and I'm glad to have called him my best friend. Thank God he's not suffering anymore and is wrapped in the arms of Jesus. I love you Tim until we see each other again!

Kristen Zeller posted on 11/25/22
My heartfelt condolences to Sue in the loss of Matt I always enjoyed getting mail from Matt and Sue. And I always Remember them with a Christmas picture of me and my boyfriend every year . Matt May you be comfort by Jesus in Heaven and I know that God will take good care of you in Heaven knowing that Sue is protected by your love ❤️ and always

Diane smith posted on 11/25/22
Timmy you were one of a kind and I’m so sad you are gone. You will be missed by so many! Always in our hearts Tim! Rest easy. No more pain!

Steph posted on 11/25/22
Rest Comfortably T. I love you ❤️ Forever and Always and No Matter What.

Brenda Carrillo posted on 11/24/22
We loved grandma Nancy. Such a sweet lady and a big part of the family. We will miss her

Brandon Test posted on 11/22/22
Words can’t describe how much I miss you grandpa. I wish we could have been closer throughout the years, but at the same time I’ll forever cherish the moments we did have with each other. Even in that short time you taught me so much about life, becoming an adult and remembering what matters the most. To this day I still stick to your advice, and I hope I’m making you proud.

Ray & Jan Garibaldi posted on 11/20/22
To the Garibaldi Family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Uncle Caesar and Aunt Peggy will be deeply missed. It's a comfort to you all to know that they are together again

Mike and Sue Richards posted on 11/20/22
Our deepest condolences to John's family. He will be fondly remembered in the years Mike did work for John and Jane. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time. Mike and Sue Richards

Ursula Leedy posted on 11/20/22
Many fond memories as neighbors in Mt.Prospect. Our heartfelt condolences to Bev, Donna, and family. Keith and Ursula Leedy

Ursula Leedy posted on 11/20/22
Many fond memories of our years as neighbors in Mt.Prospect. Our heartfelt condolences to you Bev, Donna, and family. Keith and Ursula Leedy

Claudia Garber posted on 11/18/22
To the Garibaldi family I have such fun memories of your Mother. I golfed in the Country Club Ladies golf league on Friday mornings, and she was a member of the Fontana Garden Club which I am currently president. I always loved running into her at the grocery store and catching up. She lit up when she talked about her Boys. My deepest sympathy to all of you. Claudia Garber

Bobbie (Nelson) Montalbano posted on 11/18/22
So sorry for your loss, Dave. You and your family are in my prayers.

Mary DeLong posted on 11/16/22
Dear Donna and Family, I was so sorry to read of David's passing. I never really knew you or David but my husband Charlie and I raised 4 sons in Shipman from 1977-2017. We lived in the Wittman house across from the Little Red Schoolhouse. I also worked with your Mom on the Village Board and at the bank as well. She was a dear lady. David was a hard worker. I watched him mow the Lutheran Church which was next to our house. He always stayed busy. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers...Mary DeLong

Wayne Wilson posted on 11/16/22
So sorry to see this. It was a privilege to know an work for this great man. I considered Jr a good friend.

Tamara Wojtowicz posted on 11/14/22
Jeanne, Frankie and family, We are so sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. May God’s peace and comfort be with during this difficult time. Tammy and Rich Wojtowicz

Pat and Dennis Hovious posted on 11/12/22
I'm so glad I got to know you Dave. Dennis and the other guys are missing you.

Joe Haley posted on 11/11/22
Scott was our Fastenal rep for Xcel Energy in Chippewa Falls, WI. I enjoyed our conversations together. Especially talking about sports and our mutual affection for dogs. He had a great sense of humor and his sarcasm was a hilarious. I'll truly miss him, he was one of the good ones. Rest easy Scott, we all miss you here at the Hydro maint. shop.

Frankie posted on 11/11/22
God bless our family and friends.Bob and his Great wife Adelle and son Charles are now back together in heaven may they rest in peace

Debbie Duncan Frieders posted on 11/9/22
I’m so sorry to hear of Craig’s passing. May God be with Ina and his children and grandchildren during this difficult time. God speed.

Larry & Vel Derdzinski posted on 11/8/22
LaDonna was a great friend and neighbor. She will be deeply missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family. With deepest sympathy. Larry & Vel Derdzinski

Nancy posted on 11/8/22
Our deepest condolences Dr.Myong and staff Rush Copley

Michael McGhee posted on 11/7/22
“Each Life that Touches Ours for Good” Each life that touches ours for good Reflects thine own great mercy, Lord; Thou sendest blessings from above Thru words and deeds of those who love. What greater gift dost thou bestow, What greater goodness can we know Than Christlike friends, whose gentle ways Strengthen our faith, enrich our days. When such a friend from us departs, We hold forever in our hearts A sweet and hallowed memory, Bringing us nearer, Lord, to thee. For worthy friends whose lives proclaim Devotion to the Savior’s name, Who bless our days with peace and love, We praise thy goodness, Lord, above. by Karen Lynn Davidson Thank you Craig, for all your goodness, you are a kind and gentle spirit who knew how to foster and share the joy of life! You will be missed…

James L. Jensen posted on 11/7/22
I was very fortunate during my time as principal at P.H. Miller School in Plano to have LaDonna Tweedy as a member of the staff. She was an outstanding educator and a leader of the staff. My condolences to the family.

Julie Morsch posted on 11/7/22
What a beautiful man Gale was! His kindness, stories, love for Marilyn were so wonderful to hear! He lived a life of grace, love for family, hometown and country! Every time I had the opportunity to see Gale, he had that unforgettable smile! I think of it many times. The love he and Marilyn have as a couple is beautiful! I know along with myself many will miss Gale! But I know God and Jesus have welcomed him home and saluted him and said “Welcome home soldier, job well done!” Marilyn, know I as well as many are here for you! We are praying with you you today and in the many days ahead! Hold on to the beautiful memories you have with Gale and what a perfect wife you were and how much he loved you! God will give you comfort and strength through grief and healing, dearest Marilyn! Love you, Julie Morsch ☕️

Mary Hauge posted on 11/6/22
LaDonna and I were in Delta Kappa Gamma together. When we got together for coordinating council, she always had a ready laugh, great ideas, and knew lots of people. She was a force who will be missed.

Carol Putnam posted on 11/6/22
My deepest sympathy to Marilyn and Gale's family and friends. May you find peace, strength and comfort with your many memories. He was very much a gentleman and will be missed by those who knew him.

Loren/Cindy Monsess posted on 11/5/22
We will miss you dearly Gale. So many fun times together here and in Arizona. Now you can play golf every day.

Jzanus Consulting, Inc posted on 11/4/22
Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Karen. May she rest peacefully.

Kathy and Greg Krasuski posted on 11/4/22
Thoughts and prayers to you Ina and all your family. God bless you as your thru this hard time. Craig was a good man.

William Charles Baird posted on 11/4/22
Janet and Jeannie, I am really sorry about your Mom. She was a good person. Bill

Paul & Barinder Singh posted on 11/4/22
We are very sorry to hear the loss of your loving Mother, Grandmother & Great Grandmother. God Bless her soul & provide strength to the family behind to bear the loss. Our prayers are with you all.

Sharon Allen posted on 11/2/22
I worked with Karen for many years at Farmers. She kept things interesting. My condolences to Judy and her family and friends. Karen just made it to the Lord before the rest of us. Sharon Allen

Mary Cairo posted on 11/2/22
My sincere Condolences and prayers to your family. Mary Cairo Schmitt Eucharist Minister St Benedict's church

Carol White Mercado posted on 11/1/22
My brother, Don White, and I offer our condolences to Guy's family. Guy was always a sweet and loving person. Aunt Carol

Kathleen Mc Laughlin Behan posted on 10/31/22
Condolences to the family . Caesar was a great guy who always made you glad to be with him . I truly admired him as a husband and father. Peggy my thoughts and prayers are with you.

Mary Cairo posted on 10/31/22
My prayers and Blessings are with your family. Mary Cairo Schmitt Eucharist Minister St Benedict's Fontana

Melissa Watts posted on 10/31/22
I love you grandma! You are now at peace and at home with grandpa! You will be missed but you did live a long and happy life!

Dennis Fauth posted on 10/31/22
I grew up living a few doors down the street from John and I remember he and his mom very well. He will always be known as Mr Illinois Bell and he seemed to have worked there forever. My best wishes to Juanita and her family. Denny

Elizabeth S. Dahl posted on 10/30/22
Dear Stofflets, I am thinking of you all. You were the best neighbors we ever had (and we've been fortunate over the years). My earliest memories include Rita as well as John, Nancy, and Johnny (as we knew you then). We moved next door to you when I was little more than a toddler. We absolutely loved it when one of the "Stocklets" (my name for you) came to babysit. I also have fond memories of when our families grilled out together. I don't know how this arrangement was made, but Rita came to Middleton Junction to work with me on my reading. Apparently, she was quite amused when I asked once if we could try the New York Times. (The only reason I suggested it is that I overheard a school librarian praising it emphatically. I figured she must be onto something!) What is important about this story is that despite all her work, Rita always made time for me. The same was true for my two siblings, Sarah and Chris. We felt so comfortable wandering over to see you. We felt safe. We felt welcome. I suspect that Rita also was important to my mother, who was itching to return to her vocation as a social worker and therapist. Rita probably mentored her to a certain extent. I have no memory to confirm this idea. It just strikes me as in keeping with Rita's kind, wise, and fiesty nature. It still grieves me that my parents no longer are with us. Even so, it brings a smile to my face to imagine them welcoming Rita and rejoicing as she reunites with John after all these years. My love is with you always, Beth Dahl :)

Sharon & Bill Conklin posted on 10/28/22
Bill and I just learned of the passing of your sweet husband. What a kind, gentle and caring personality he had. Was always fun to talk with and we will remember his laughter and his voice. God bless you and your family.

Valerie (Smith) Sullivan posted on 10/27/22
Jim, Richard and Julie, I just heard of Aunt Arlene's passing. My deepest sympathy to all of you. All of us in the Smith family know how difficult it is to lose a parent. But I hope that knowing your parents are now reunited brings you some joy. We didn't get to see your mom that often but I remember how much fun we all had with her at the last Smith family reunion she was able to attend. She invited our family over to your cabin for games one night & everyone had a ball. Except for our mom (Beverly) & Aunt Kathy, all the other aunts & uncles have passed away. But we're left with wonderful memories of gathering for family Christmas at grandma's with rowdy card games, charades, hiding in the bedroom & hearing Santa outside, and every year without fail, someone breaking the bed upstairs!

Colletta & Mark McHugh posted on 10/26/22
Our sympathy to Karen's family. We worked with Karen for many years at Farmers and enjoyed her sense of humor. She loved to do her crafts and her yarns were so organized she was amazing.

Karyn Young posted on 10/26/22
I had the absolute pleasure of working with Lisa at St. Joseph's Hospital in South Bend, Indiana for 5 wonderful years in the Occupational Therapy Department. Lisa started the hand therapy program at the hospital. Our paths took us different directions and to different states. So sorry to learn of her passing. Lisa was was not only a great therapist but, funny, kind and courageous. I will always treasure those memories and the Occupational Therapy crew at St. Joseph's. We were a great team.

Marc and Lilly Mercado posted on 10/25/22
Guy was my eldest cousin. I just happened to be thinking about him Friday, October 21st, the day that he entered the Emergency Room. I was shocked, the next day, when I heard that he was in a coma and that he would not recover. He truly was a kind soul. Early in his life he endured many hardships, yet he grew to become a loving husband and father. We will miss him dearly. Our thoughts and prayers are with Lois, Andy and Ashley. May the memory of Guy Mercado be eternal.

Marc and Lilly Mercado posted on 10/25/22
Guy was my eldest cousin. I just happened to be thinking about him Friday, October 21st, the day that he entered the Emergency Room. I was shocked, the next day, when I heard that he was in a coma and that he would not recover. He truly was a kind soul. Early in his life he endured many hardships, yet he grew to become a loving husband and father. We will miss him dearly. Our thoughts and prayers are with Lois, Andy and Ashley. May the memory of Guy Mercado be eternal.

Ida-Marie Harp posted on 10/25/22
May the peace of GOD shower you and your family at this difficult time. The Lord is able to provide us with a spirit of peace and joy, even in times like these; whenever we call upon His name. Blessings and peace, Ida-Marie Harp Cedar Bluff, Alabama

Milton and Annette Voss Family posted on 10/25/22
Lois, Andy and Ashley - Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. We will miss Guy's smiling, happy and shining personality that will live on in our hearts.

Rodney Leifheir posted on 10/25/22
Rest easy now, my big brother. I am the “baby” of our family, and 20 years separated my and your birth years; however I never felt very far from you, or any other pf our siblings, in spirit. I’ll forever remember you to be a hard-working, fun-loving, respectful man. The family that you and Jill created and loved so much, is very much a blessing to me and so many others. It is especially in their lives and families where your legacy lives on. So rest easy now. Love, The Pipsqueak

Kathy Graves posted on 10/24/22
I never got to meet Laura May Dumont. I only knew her through her granddaughter, Sheila. To have a granddaughter who loves you as much as Sheila loved her Grandmother speaks volumes to the type of person she was and the love she had for her family. May God comfort the entire family through their loss.

Kim isham posted on 10/24/22
I'm so sorry for your loss, sending thoughts and praye5s of comfort

Mary Hauer posted on 10/24/22
My condolences to Bob’s entire family. His mom and my mom went to high school together so we knew each other all of my life. I haven’t seen him in a very long time but I remember a lot of fun times on the farm. I know there is one hell of a party going on with all his family and friends that left before him. RIP.

Dawn Remington posted on 10/23/22
Love You Dad !!

Denny & Cheryle Coleman posted on 10/23/22
We are so sorry for your loss!. Our thoughts & prayers to you all. Unfortunately we are unable to attend services as we are out of state for a wedding.

Bob Treadwell posted on 10/22/22
I knew Bob most of my life. Bob was a decent down to earth man. Willing to help a neighbor or friend. Loved the farm, hard worker. I am proud to say he was my friend. My you rest in peace.

Beverly Walls posted on 10/22/22
Mike and Molly, So sorry to hear about the loss of your mother. Fond memories of having you for neighbors on Toni Street. Beverly (Schultze) Walls

Judy & Chuck Scheibly posted on 10/21/22
I will always remember Bob as a good-hearted soul who worked hard all his life. He raised a wonderful family, whom he loved dearly. And he made some really good pizzas too. I love you, big brother. Rest in peace,

George and Mardel Manion posted on 10/21/22
Larry was such a pleasant addition to our church from day 1. Always so friendly to all. He would greet George with “hey Big Guy, how’s it going”. Know that he will be missed in our church family. I know his family will miss him too. Want his family to know that we are Glad for the time we had with him. Prayers for his family who will be missing him.

Gregg Williams posted on 10/20/22
For Larry;s family, Please know Larry was a joy from the moment he walked into our church, always had a friendly spirit, was kind and wanted to help others however he could Larry will be missed

Mike Wallace posted on 10/19/22
Peggy, John, Michael and Dan: Our heart felt condolences. May you look back and relive the precious memories and find peace knowing Caesar was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather and mentor to many. May God bless him. Mike Wallace and White Pine Capital.

Julie Knowles posted on 10/19/22
Doreen was an awesome nurse and a fabulous colleague. I have known her for years and worked with her in the Presence system. I was devastated to hear of her passing. Not only is it a loss for her husband and family but for the preoperative community. She had such a wonderful presence and a kind. loving manner. My heart breaks for those who have lost her.

John Callahan posted on 10/18/22
God-bless you and your family Peggy. Caesar was a good man

Joanne Giannis posted on 10/18/22
With a very heavy heart please accept our deepest condolences . Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers . We will always cherish the wonderful memories we had with Caesar. Bill and Joanne ( Giannis) Radtke

Tammy Johnson posted on 10/17/22
My deepest condolences to Jennifer and the family! I will keep you all in my prayers. Love u❤️

Jim & Barb Otto posted on 10/17/22
We are saddened to see Jim has passed. Have known Jim and worked with him in past years. One of a kind.

Lee and Marlene posted on 10/16/22
Jim came to our rescued after our daughter used the towel bar in the bathroom to do pullups. She pulled it right out of the wall leaving a big hole. Now what do we do? Yes, we call Jim and he came and fixed it for us. Being a cousin the price was right, too. Thank you Jim. I am sure he helped many others of you as well. Lee and Marlene

Michael Serrurier posted on 10/15/22
I hung drywall for Jim for 25 years and there was never a dull moment. He had a wicked sense of humor and we laughed long and hard about everything. Thank you, Jim for hiring me when I was probably too young to be self employed, but you stuck with me for which I am extremely grateful. It was a pleasure to have known you and worked for you. Thank you, Jim.

Paul Pinner posted on 10/15/22
Jan and I are so sorry for your loss and we send our condolences to you, John, and your family. Sincerely, Paul and Jan Pinner

Larry Huey posted on 10/15/22
Maureen and I wish to express our deepest and heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. Sincerely, Larry and Maureen Huey

Linda R Carter posted on 10/13/22
I knew Tom Reed from the time I was 12 years old. He married my sister Kathy and I spent many vacations and holidays with their family over the years. Tom always had a good sense of humor and I enjoyed laughing with him. My heart goes out to Kathy, Michelle, Matt, Kristin and grandkids Jacob and Ben.

John & Halina Marra posted on 10/11/22
We were so deeplay saddend to learn of Jan's passing she was not only a dearlongtime neighbor but a wonderful caring friend who we shared many wonderful days with, we have missed her presence as a next door neighbor since her move the Assisted living and take some comfort in having visited her recently and spoken to her by phone. We shall rember always the neighborly bond shared with this wonderful and amazing lady and count ourselves "Blessed" to have known and been part of her life shared with us in Williams Bay for so many years. To her wonderful family we extend our sincere condolences, thougts and prayers as they prepare for the sad a difficult days ahead. John & Halina Marra Williams Bay, WI

Nancy posted on 10/11/22
Our deepest condolences our thought's and prayers are with you Dr.Patel Dr.Chen and staff Rush Copley

JoAnn posted on 10/10/22

Gina Jonassen posted on 10/10/22
I am going too miss that smile she had such a good heart and she was lovely and she always had a smile and her makeup on even on her bad days. Love you Ruth going too miss you alot and our talks we had. You are one special lady too me Sending you hugs and kisses too you are such a beautiful lady. Love you miss you deeply ❤️

Esther Burgh posted on 10/10/22
What a personality.. loved by everyone that meets her! She will be greatly missed! May you Rest In Peace!

Pat and Art posted on 10/10/22
Our dear Ruthie. You will forever be in our hearts along with your beautiful daughter Lynn. Our love for you will live forever.

Karen ZUK posted on 10/10/22
We will miss your beautiful smile dear Ruthie!! We were always happy to have a visit with you & our whole family ❤️Rest in heavenly peace ❤️

Andrew Brown posted on 10/10/22
Will miss you every day Grandma Ruthie! Rest well after a beautifully long life of love which is eternal.

Judy Butturini posted on 10/7/22
Cecil and I are saddened to hear about your loss. We miss seeing all of you. Hope everyone is well. Judy Butturini

Abigail Kelly posted on 10/6/22
I took care of Larry for quite some time at the assisted living he spent almost a year at. He had such a good soul, and taught me many things in life. Larry will always have a special place in my heart. Prayers for his family and friends❤️

Geraldine Anderson posted on 10/6/22
Dave, I am so sorry to hear about Brenda's passing. May your memories give you comfort during this difficult time. My thoughts go out to you and your family. Geri

Barbara D'Ascenzo posted on 10/2/22
Dear Colleen and Dave, I was so surprised to get your e-mail about Brenda. I thought she was in good health. At least I'm glad that I got to see her at Bryant's wedding. Dick and I send you our deepest condolences! Much love, Barb

Diana Killian posted on 10/2/22
My heartfelt sympathy goes out to the Stofflet family. Rita was the first person to visit us when we moved into the Bayside Pointe condo right across the hall from her. She came bearing a bowl of apples and visitor info on the Bay. She was a great neighbor. Blessings, Diana L. Killian

S wall posted on 10/1/22
I was stationed at fort hood with bob in 68. Had some good times before I was sent to Vietnam. Should have stayed in touch after I returned.

Frank & Carol McKeever posted on 9/30/22
We were so sorry to hear of your loss, Dave. Just know that we are thinking of you, as you go through this loss, May you cherish the good times and may God give you strength.

Kim Balluff Johnson posted on 9/30/22
My deepest condolences to you, Colleen and Dave, and the rest of your family. I first met Brenda when she was the attending nurse for one of our students at Gates School. I’ll always remember her bright smile and cheerful spirit. She will be so missed by many! May memories bring you comfort and peace.

Tammy Rambow posted on 9/29/22
Loved living next door to you for almost 33 years. I laugh when you remembered how Courtney used to "scream" at the front of my house over to yours and now her 3 year old Peyton is screaming!! Sending love that you are free from your pain here on earth and that you will look down and watch over Dave and Colleen and give them strength to carry on without you....

Adam Heal posted on 9/29/22
I have know Frank professionally for a the past few year. Its hard to find someone with the sense of humor that Frank had, and also someone with as big of a heart. The very first time that I spoke with him over the phone, he invited me and my two sons to come down and go fishing with him. I am really going to miss our phone conversations, Frank. It always seemed like when I was having a bad day, that would be the day that Frank would give me a call and next thing you know a half hour or more would have gone by and we would be laughing on both ends of the phone. My deepest condolences to all of your friends and family. One of a kind and he will be missed.

LaJuana & Odell Smith posted on 9/28/22
Our family met Frank through our Children, Tony and my son went to High school together we lived a block a part and my youngest son went to school where Teri had worked. My husband had given advise to Frankie and Big Frank when they were working on cars, one time Frank introduced my husband as Walter Payton's brother and everyone believed him, my husband was so surprised, Frank was such a jokester, always fun to be around and you can feel the love that he had for his family. Yes, our hearts are so broken, but we will continue to trust that GOD will get us and the family through this. We love you Frank and you will always be in our hearts, never FORGOTTEN!

Nino Gentile posted on 9/28/22
So sorry for your loss Terri and family. I met Frank years ago through my brother Joe who was getting into scuba diving. It turned out that I actually had more in common with Frank than my brother did and we started getting together whenever we could. Frank always had a good story to tell and was guaranteed to make you laugh. One of my biggest regrets is that we were not able to get together when came up from Florida in May and again in September. Rest in peace my friend. Nino Gentile

Joseph Villanueva posted on 9/28/22
I met Frank when I was around 10 years old thru my Father Eduardo "Lalo" Villanueva. He was a character he swore so much and I loved it. As I got older everytime he visited the jokes he use to tell got riskier and funnier. He always had a smile on face I never saw him angry. He invited us to watch him play the drums at first I was like no way this guy can play. We get to the event and Frank is up on stage and shuts it down the crowd went nuts, I couldn't believe he was a badass!!!!! Pardon my language but he was a great friend to my father and he loved his family. I will miss you Frank and your jokes God bless you and your beautiful family.

Robert Hill posted on 9/28/22
Our family didn’t know Frank personally, but the stories we’ve heard, of his caring and love of family and friends, really tells the story of his life. You can measure a man by the fruit he bears. Anthony, and his family, reflect Frank, and his family’s, love and kindness. Prayers and condolences to the entire Amendola family, and all those who were blessed to know Frank.

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 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

DARRYL DAVIS posted on 9/16/22

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.

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Walter Konieczko posted on 7/29/22
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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.

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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 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 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

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

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