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Lisa Weissmann posted on 10/16/19

I'm so sorry for your loss. With every day that passes, may your hearts heal a bit knowing Robert isn't suffering. You have an angel watching over you both. I love you both and sending my love. I'll keep praying for peace during this difficult time.

 

 

Lisa Weissmann posted on 10/16/19

I'll always remember his gentle smile and his shyness whenever I came around to hang out with Barb. Didn't say a lot, just a smirk. May you be at peace and free of pain. You will me missed

 

Annette Trent and the kids posted on 10/13/19

I am sorry for your loss.

 

Cyndi Szany posted on 10/11/19

I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and the family.

 

Frani (Kookie) & Mike Rochowiak posted on 10/7/19

Sharon, Please accept our condolences. Dave was a very nice person. I remember when he would drive me and my brother to St. Joe College in East Chicago.

 

Mike Miller posted on 9/27/19

Barbara: My deepest condolences to you and Frank’s family. I just read of his passing today. I’m so very sorry. I sincerely hope you’re doing well. Mike

 

Kathy (Gunderlock) Mullens posted on 9/27/19

I am very sorry for your loss. We only knew Billy as a younger boy and he was always very rough and tumble and fun to be a kid with. I'm sure he will be missed.

 

Chris and Denny Fausch posted on 9/26/19

Our sympathies to Mike Karen and your family.

 

Robert A Stier posted on 9/24/19

To the Kaplan family, you have my deepest sympathies. I work security at the hospital where Bob was a volunteer.every Wednesday morning. He always was early, said "hello" and enjoyed giving Ann and Sally a hard time while working, it was fun to watch. He was always willing to share what was on his mind and hold a conversation with me. He was a genuine "nice" guy, he will be missed.

 

Wayne Sleeter posted on 9/24/19

My condolences to the family. Bill was always a very caring and genuine person. He will be missed.

 

 

Donna Gunderlock Wheeler posted on 9/23/19

Sad to hear of Billy's passing. My memories are from when we were much younger. I remember he had a great spirit and know he'll be missed.

 

Friends Beyond the Creek posted on 9/21/19

Maria was a neighbor and friend of those - “Beyond the Creek” on Pelican Lake, Mn. Where she and her “Beloved Zvonko” would spend their summers. She was a devout Catholic attending Mass and receive Communion every Sunday, as well as walking the road with Zvonko praying - saying the Rosary. She hosted dinner for the parish priest weekly where Father and Zvonko would share a 3M - (Zvonko,s - Minnesota Man’s Manhattan). We will miss Maria’s kindness and patience as the host of the community get together. We all marveled at her use of the computer in her late years. We’ll remember her as devoted Christian woman, wife, mother, and friend - an inspiration and model to us all. She was the best of the greatest generation, and we were blessed to having known her. Blessings and Prayers for Maria’s family from Friends “Beyond the Creek”

 

Ray Kujovich posted on 9/19/19

Dan was a guy with a lot of class. Fun to be around. Strong physically and mentally.

 

Linda Tanko posted on 9/17/19

Dan Chubrich was truly a kind soul. When my grandson was 6 years old Dan volunteered at Lincolnshire helping with junior golf. Dan helped my grandson win his flight during championship and he got the "big" trophy. From then on I called Dan Coach. My deepest sympathy to Sophie and family.

 

Josh Hasselgren posted on 9/17/19

I’ll always remember how kind and funny he was. He spoke very highly of his family and dearly loved his wife, Sophie. I’ll cherish the memories of talking to him while at dialysis. Rest well Mr. Chubrich!

 

dolly richmond posted on 9/16/19

No words can express what you and the girls must be feeling because Danny was a kind, loving family man. The Good Lord thought it was time for him to take over and care for him in heaven as you all did for him on earth. He is in peace now.

 

Dave and Kathie Toth posted on 9/16/19

God bless you Maria ! The kids next door Scott, Rachel, and Jason just loved Maria and Zvonko. Kathie and Dave cherish the caring and love they gave to all . Dave will not forget your streudel recipe . Our prayers are with the entire Jurcovic family

 

Greg and Francy Palandech posted on 9/16/19

Our deepest sympathy to all..a amazing person who will be deeply missed

 

Bev Howell posted on 9/16/19

we think of you everyday & miss you so much I loved all the stories you would tell me when we would cook or be doing the dishes,wish you would have written a book it would be a best seller love you

 

Nick & Barbara Marino posted on 9/15/19

Our Deepest sympathy to Sophie & her family.. May he Rest In Peace...

 

John and Violet Kovacevic posted on 9/14/19

Dear Sophie and daughters, Your husband and father will always be remembered as a wonderful, kind man loved by many who will miss him. May you find comfort knowing he has gone to be with his heavenly father. Memory eternal. Vecnaja pamjat.

 

 

Jolene Hedrick posted on 9/14/19

My very deepest sympathies to your family. What a wonderful woman she was. She will be truly missed

 

Michael Bonet posted on 9/14/19

Dan was ever the "Gentleman", and he and Sophie were a model of what marriage is all about. Rest in Peace my friend :)

 

Ariste Wright posted on 9/10/19

Your dad was a wonderful, strong presence and a kind, giving, wonderful husband and father. We are so lucky to have known and enjoy special time with him. Our love to you all and wish we could be there to celebrate his life - and what a life he lived!

 

Mary and Dave Druker posted on 9/9/19

Lisa, I have such fond memories of times spent with you and your family. Your dad was so kind and welcoming. He will be missed. Please know that the Zimbler and Hegyi families are in our hearts and prayers as you mourn his loss.

 

Julie Sanders posted on 9/6/19

JIm will be greatly missed. Having the opportunity to work for him and his late wife for 19 years, they had become a great part of my family. We were blessed to have such a wonderful person to step in as a father-figure when my parents lived many miles away as well as a grandparent to my children. I am going to miss our lengthy talks and the laughter we shared over many silly things (mostly about our mutual love for flowers). He was such a great testimony to our family and all who met him. Our hearts are heavy in the sadness of his passing and we will miss him very much! Julie and family

 

Sarah Kosenka posted on 9/6/19

I'm so sorry for your loss. Sending your family love and strength during this difficult time.

 

Robert Lamb posted on 9/6/19

Millie will be sorely missed. Her loving heart (especially for Roy), her fighting spirit and commitment to her convictions were a light in this world that needs more like Millie. I know she blessed me with her caring soul whenever she, Roy and I spent time together. She will be sorely missed.

 

Dave and Gaye Lyle posted on 9/5/19

Millie was a great neighbor. Very kind and I will never forget she was ill before she moved to Dyer and she brought me plants and ceramic animals , which we still have. I will not forget her and Roy.so sorry for your loss and to your family. Love and prayers

 

Elizabeth Helfen posted on 9/5/19

So sorry for your loss praying for you and your family love you all

 

Glenn & Kelly Rhodes posted on 9/4/19

Jim Dixon will be remembered by his WPC family as a loving mentor to both youth and parents. I am truly grateful for the gift of friendship and faith that he gave to our family. I will miss your fishing adventures you took our son on. He has endless memories of great times and is a true fisherman because of your guidance.

 

Linda Garcia posted on 9/4/19

God bless & comfort you & your family during this time of grief. My condolence to you & your family, Linda Susie Garca

 

Michelle Gundich posted on 9/4/19

Condolences from the Gundich Family - Ruth and Rudy (both deceased) Sharon (Gundich) Krga, Tony Gundich and Michelle Gundich.

 

Karen Comstock posted on 9/4/19

Jim Dixon was a good man, a great man, he will be sorely missed by my family and our church family. Westminster ( WPC) Munster, Indiana. He was loved by everyone who met him. He loved and had a special gift of instilling faith to children. He was our lay youth pastor for many, many years. The lives and generations he has instilled to faith to is beyond anything we can count all while doing it in a fun, fun, fun, loving way. He is Legend. God broke the mold when He made him. We love you! Karen, Nicholas and Buddy too.

 

 

Rosa Valles posted on 9/3/19

My name is Rosa Valles, former co-worker of Mike’s. My greatest memory of Mike is how hard he always tried, sweetest guy you’ll ever know. Never had a cross word even when things weren’t running smoothly. My former boss is right, he will be deeply missed. * * * RIP * Mike* * *

 

 

Marcia Ruzich posted on 9/1/19

Jim Dixon married a single mother of 3 children in 1973. They divorced in 1985. However, Jim stayed extremely active in all of our lives for 47 years! He was the only dad we ever knew. He stepped into the role of father and remained our father for the rest of his life. He never referred to us as "step children". I was always introduced as his daughter. My brother Van was his son. Our sister Sherri Roberts who preceded him in death was his daughter. All three of us had children. Grandpa was at every event. He remained active in all of our lives. He may not have been our paternal father, however it didn't make a difference to him. We loved Jim with all of our hearts. He was the dad he didn't have to be. I am absolutely heartbroken of his passing. I have to many memories to list. He had patience like nobody I have ever met. He taught us how to fish. We went camping everywhere as a young family. He took us to Disney world every year. Exactly how everyone experienced him on a daily basis, we were fortunate enough to have him as the best dad any child could ever wish for. He taught me personally about God. We prayed together many times. We talked constantly and I will miss hearing his voice terribly. He taught me to let go of grudges. He always told me that holding on to anger only hurts me. I live by that now. He also taught me that money and material things mean nothing. Love, happiness, forgiveness, family, and faith in God are important! I will miss you dad. It's unfortunate that certain people never learned how to live like you! Rest peacefully dad! I love you, your daughter, Marcia

 

Adele Gubic posted on 8/29/19

You will be missed. The last connection to my Father your Brother. Fly with the Angels you will forever be in my heart ❤️

 

Carlos Azcoitia posted on 8/26/19

Vicki My condolences on your loss. I remember meeting him on several occasions and your strong admiration and devotion. May peace and blessings be with you.

 

Andre Sneed posted on 8/22/19

Ricardo was a kind and friendly man. Always willing to flash a welcoming smile. A great driver and competitor. My deepest condolences to his family and racing family. He will be missed.

 

Larry Grover posted on 8/22/19

WOW ! I did not see him very much lately but he went to soon.

 

John and JoAnn Thomas posted on 8/20/19

Thoughts and prayers are with Aunt Linda and her family. Such a sad day but we all have so many good memories. May she rest in peace

 

Sundaram Dorai posted on 8/18/19

I am very sorry to hear about the loss of your beloved husband. I pray that God give you and your family the strength to bear this great loss. May his soul Rest in Peace. My heartfelt condolences.

 

 

kathy broomhead posted on 8/17/19

To a Loving Lady .

 

Raquel Rosado Perez posted on 8/16/19

My deepest and sincere condolences to the family. It's never an easy thing to go through and our hearts cry infinitely... R.I.P. in our Lord's Kingdom... It was a pleasure knowing you.

 

 

Pamela Czech Scheffler posted on 8/16/19

I remember when you first began at NEIU and helping you. And you were also going to host a dinner for your husband's colleagues and such. I gave you some ideas. Good memories. So sorry for your loss. Sending you lots of love and hugs. xoxo

 

Sally Rivera posted on 8/15/19

So sorry for your loss Jesse but yoi had many good years with your DAD to be thankful for take care of your mom for memories is what life is all about

 

 

Blanca Barajas posted on 8/14/19

Mis oraciones por su eterno descanso señora Teresa Arroyo

 

Jim Biancotti posted on 8/14/19

Dr. Gonzales was one of my professors at Purdue Cal. I was a Mechanical Engineering Major and struggled with a required Electrical Engr'g. course which I eventually dropped. I had to retake the class the following semester. Dr Gonzales was the prof for the class, fortunately for me. His teaching skills opened my eyes to the subject. I believe I got a solid B with an A in the Lab. I even considered switching to Electrical Engr'g after that class, but didn't. That was because I was able to take many of his classes as Engineering electives. I believe he was instrumental in establishing the 4 year Interdisciplinary Engineering Degree at Purdue Cal, of which I was in the 1st graduating class ('71). Dr Gonzales was a driving force behind my education. I owe him a lot. I only wish I had known he still lived in the area. You have my sympathy for your loss of a wonderful person.

 

Ava (HCSC) posted on 8/14/19

Sending love and light to the family. God Bless you all.

 

David Lipman posted on 8/14/19

The picture you chose for his obit sums up the man. Always smiling happy and very inquisitive. I am sorry for your families loss.

 

Susan Parnell from Landmark Incentive MArketing, Inc. posted on 8/14/19

No Sorrow That Heaven Cannot Heal - Revelation 21:4 Heartfelt condolences and prayers to Mago and family as you go through this difficult time. Mom is smiling on all of you. May the love and sweet memories of your mom live on forever. Trust she is resting safe in the arms of our Father. Love you all

 

Linda Zemtseff posted on 8/14/19

Dear Vicky, Words cannot express what my heart feels for you right now; please know how sorry I am and that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Linda

 

Don & Dorothy Kurtz posted on 8/14/19

We will miss Richard.

 

 

Mireya Velasco posted on 8/13/19

My deepest condolences to the family, may God let her Rest In Peace.

 

Robert Heitzinger posted on 8/13/19

Dearest Vicki, I was so sorry to learn of your husband's passing. In this time of great grief know that you have the thoughts and love of your friends to sustain you. I'm sorry that I could not attend the service and hope that it helped you find some peace. I'll always remember your kindness and will keep you in my prayers. Bob

 

Lucia Lombardi posted on 8/13/19

Querida Vicki, Nos acabamos de enterar de la triste noticia del fallecimiento de Jorge. Estamos contigo acompañándote en tu dolor por la pérdida de tu compañero en el camino de la vida. Quedamos a tus órdenes en todo lo que podamos ayudarte. Sentidamente, Lucia Lombardi y Familia

 

Michelle Torres posted on 8/13/19

May your family be comforted by the outpouring of love surrounding you. May our Lord bless and comfort you and the family during this time of grief. Please accept our sincere condolences.

 

Katrina Bell-Jordan posted on 8/13/19

Dear Vicki - I am so sorry about Jorge's passing. Please accept my deepest condolences, and know that I have been thinking of you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Lucia Lombardi y Familia posted on 8/12/19

Querida Vicki, Nos acabamos de Estamos contigo acompañándote en tu dolor por la pérdida de tu compañero en el camino de la vida. Quedamos a tus órdenes en todo lo que podamos ayudarte. Sentidamente, Lucia y Familia

 

Tim Barnett posted on 8/12/19

Dear Vicki, I was so sorry to hear the news about your husband this week. I can only imagine how hard things have been for you and hope you are getting lots of love and support from family and friends. I know the grandkids must be helping and I'm hoping you are doing as well as you possibly can. Sending love and good thoughts and hope for better things!

 

Elyse Mach posted on 8/12/19

My deepest condolences go out to you, Vicki, and your family on the passing of your dear husband.

 

Maria E. De La Torre posted on 8/12/19

Querida Vicky: Mi hermana Gaby y yo sentimos mucho la pérdida de tu esposo Jorge y queremos darte nuestro más sincero pésame. Te tenemos en nuestros pensamientos. Un abrazo.

 

Mary A. Griesinger posted on 8/12/19

Dear Vicky and Family: I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved husband and father. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. Peace and love.

 

Jorge Perez posted on 8/12/19

Our deepest condolences Vicki. You are in our prayers. Fuertes Abrazos. Your Ensemble Español Family

 

Fausto P Ortiz posted on 8/12/19

I am so so sorry to hear about your lose, if there is anything you need please ask and its yours. You and your family will be in my prays. Never forget about Hope.

 

T.Y. Okosun posted on 8/12/19

Dear Vicki Hugs and prayerful best wishes at this time.

 

Richard Gauthier posted on 8/12/19

Dear Randy and Lynette, I am sorry for your loss and know she was loved and cared for by all. My prayers and condolences go out to you and the family.

 

Dr. Ellen Cannon and Dr. Arnold Herskovic MD Cannon/Herskovic posted on 8/12/19

Dear Vicki, Words cannot express our sympathy and compassion at the lost of your beloved husband. May the coming days months and years bring the warmest memories of your journey together and strength for a meaningful future.

 

Sue Dolezal posted on 8/11/19

I did not have the honor of knowing Vanessa but was so touched by her lovely obituary in The Times. She was a beautiful spirit who honored life the way we all should. Thank you for sharing her with us all.

 

Theodora Bofman posted on 8/11/19

Dear Vicki- I'm so sorry for your loss! We miss you so much. Know that the NEIU community is thinking of you with tremendous affection. Teddy

 

Jane Xu posted on 8/11/19

Dear Vicki, I am so sorry for your loss. Please accept my sincere condolences.

 

Bonnie Fritz posted on 8/11/19

Dear Vicki, may your loving memories lift your heart and bring a smile

 

Sue Mungre posted on 8/11/19

Dear Vicki, I am very sorry for your loss. You and your family will be in my thoughts.

 

Edie Rubinowitz posted on 8/11/19

Dear Vicki, I am so saddened to hear of your husband's passing. Please accept my deepest condolences. Edie

 

Ron posted on 8/11/19

Toni & Ed: Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your brother Joe's son, Derek. So sad to lose someone so young. I'll pray that peace finds you as you remember them both.

 

Lidia Filus posted on 8/11/19

Dear Vicki, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Lidia

 

Dr. Lorie Annarella posted on 8/10/19

Dear Vicki, my sincere sympathy for the loss of your husband.

 

Hardik Marfatia posted on 8/10/19

Dear Vicki - I am so sorry for your loss of Jorge. My sincere condolences to you and your loved ones. You were one of my best friends at NEIU.

 

Sandra L. Williams posted on 8/10/19

Dear Vicki - So sorry for your loss of Jorge.I am sure you are missing him terribly. Your friends at NEIU mourn with you. All my sympathies go to you at this time.

 

Paul O’ Hara posted on 8/10/19

Dear Vicki, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Jorge. Although, I had not personally met him, knowing you I am sure he was a wonderful and special person. Know that both of you are in my prayers.

 

Cyrille Brennan posted on 8/9/19

Vicki and family, i am so sorry for your loss. May your cherished memories sustain you.

 

Freddy Porps posted on 8/9/19

Dear Vicki - A tragedy. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Take Care of yourself, and be well.

 

Joy Trocola-Koules posted on 8/9/19

I am so sorry to hear of your loss, Vicki. May your memories provide comfort to you and your family.

 

Charletta Gutierrez posted on 8/9/19

Vicky and Family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Our family will pray for you Remember, Jorge will always stay in your memories and heart. Bless his memory.

 

Cris Toffolo posted on 8/9/19

Dear Vicki, I am so sorry to hear this news. I know you and your husband struggled with his health for many, many years but still it is a sad shock. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Much love, Cris

 

Cris Toffolo posted on 8/9/19

Dear Vickie, I am so sorry to hear this news. I know you and your husband struggled with his health for many, many years, but still it must be a shock. I will be keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. Sending you much love. Cris

 

Jen Banas posted on 8/9/19

Thinking of you and sending hugs and good thoughts.

 

Alex Gonzalez posted on 8/9/19

My condolences on your loss Vicky

 

Dario Villa posted on 8/9/19

My sincere condolences to you and your family

 

Jeanettica Hernández Uribe posted on 8/9/19

OMG, Vicki. I'm so shocked and sorry to hear about Jorge. I wish you peace in your time of grief. Please be well and take care of yourself.

 

Fabby Kallas posted on 8/9/19

My condolences to you and your family and also my prayers for your family. Remember the good memories.

 

Michael Weinberg posted on 8/9/19

Vicki I’m so terribly sorry to hear of your loss.

 

Anna Antoni Coleman posted on 8/9/19

Vicky you have my deepest sympathy on the loss of your husband. I wish peace to you & your family.

 

Francisco iacobelli posted on 8/9/19

Muchas fuerza Vicky. Un very sorry for your loss

 

Francisco iacobelli posted on 8/9/19

Vicky, Micha fuerza y mi más sentido pésame

 

Sharon Todd posted on 8/9/19

Dear Dr. Roman-Lagunas, I am so sorry about your loss. You and your loved ones are in my thoughts.

 

Jim Blair posted on 8/9/19

Dear Vicki. I am so sorry to hear about your loss. You were one of my favorite people at NEIU. You always seemed to be up, and running into you always lifted my spirits. This is a sad time for you, but I will be thinking of you. Love, Jim

 

Edward Odisho posted on 8/9/19

Dear Vicki.. I am deeply sorry for the loss of your husband.

 

Katy (Bird) posted on 8/9/19

Dear Vicki and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I hope that you are all managing and wish you the very best. Yours, Katy

 

Jesse Franco posted on 8/9/19

I'm sorry to hear about your husband. It's always hard losing someone you love. I will pray for you in this difficult time.

 

Lyn posted on 8/9/19

Vicky, so sorry for you loss

 

Diane & Nick DiMaso posted on 8/9/19

Dear Vicki: Our deepest sympathies to you and your family.

 

Martha Thompson posted on 8/9/19

Dear Vicki, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your husband Jorge. Sending you my deepest sympathies. Martha

 

Debbie Flanagan posted on 8/8/19

My heart goes out to you, Janet and your entire family . Please accept my sincere sympathy and hugs to all from Indy. I will light a candle - a symbol of Martha’s Light that shines in all of you always She is at peace now.

 

 

Annette A. Alicea-Hurson posted on 8/8/19

Vanessa was a very special person and will never be forgotten. Vanessa has a special place in my heart. Vanessa is a guiding light to the Lord now.

 

 

Donna and Mark Gland posted on 8/8/19

Our deepest sympathy to your family. she's home and with your dad

 

LuAnn Thomas posted on 8/7/19

Dear Randy and Lynette, We are so sorry to hear about the loss of your sweet girl. We will keep all of you in our prayers, and remember God is holding her in his arms forever. May you find peace and comfort in all the joy she brought into your lives. Gary & LuAnn Thomas

 

raymond and josephine mika posted on 8/7/19

deepest sympathy we will remember tom for ever and ever our condolences to lois tom and jerry and their families. many happier memories.

 

Dawn Wilk posted on 8/7/19

My Dad, Tony, and I will always treasure the moments we spent with Tom and you too! over the last year. Tom added a lot to our lives. He was smart, funny and just an all around great guy. I particularly enjoyed the afternoon visits and loved hearing how the two of you met and built your life together. Your marriage alone lasted longer than some people live. How fantastic is that? I have no doubt Tom is talking about his car collection right now to any of the souls who will listen. I bet there are many. Please don’t be a stranger. You are also our friend!

 

Lana Roach posted on 8/7/19

Randy and Lynette my heart breaks for you and your family. As blessed as you were to haveVanessa she was just as blessed to have you!! Love and Hugs Lana Roach

 

Kelly (Klahn) Williams posted on 8/7/19

Lynette, Randy, Spencer and Lucas I am so very sorry to hear of Vanessa's passing. There are just no words, my heart breaks for you. I pray your memories will bring you comfort and peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Kelly (Klahn) Williams

 

 

Yolanda Y Hannah posted on 8/7/19

I will miss you much

 

Michelle Dimos posted on 8/7/19

I'm sorry for your loss. Vanessa was an absolute joy when I worked with her at OE respite.

 

Gail Cunningham posted on 8/7/19

I am so sorry for your loss Lois. My mom and dad (Dolores and Sylvester) were neighbors in the St. John condo and spoke of you two often. Condolences to you and your family, may Tom rest in peace.

 

Amber McRae posted on 8/6/19

We are so very sorry for your loss, though heaven has gained yet another angel. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this most difficult time. Amber (Newell) and Ken McRae, And Kaden Marcus

 

Jenny Stinnett posted on 8/6/19

Lynette and all those who love Vanessa, please know you are in my thoughts and prayers now and going forward.

 

Jody Zabriskie posted on 8/6/19

So sorry for your loss. Prayers and thoughts are with your family at this difficult time.

 

The Quanstrom Family posted on 8/6/19

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of you. We are so sorry for your loss.

 

Sabal Family posted on 8/6/19

So sorry for your loss , prayers for the entire Newell Family.

 

Emily Barsic posted on 8/6/19

All of Camp Sharing Meadows is here for you and your family, Lynette. Camp won't be the same without her. One day, we'll all be together, laughing, hugging, and singing to the tune of "That's What Friends Are For." We'll be holding Jesus hands as we gather all of our families and camp friends into glory with the sweet Lord himself. Boy, will that be a glorious day. <3

 

Kathi Wiltgen posted on 8/6/19

you and the family are in our thoughts and prayers. We loved Vanessa so much and she was part of Nicole’s world and her “very best friend “she will never be forgotten❤️

 

 

Nicole Kohr posted on 8/6/19

Vanessa was my very best friend in the world.I miss her so much❤️

 

Jennifer Ostrow posted on 8/6/19

My condolences To your family.

 

Dawn Pyle posted on 8/6/19

Lynette and family, Please know that you’re in our thoughts and prayers. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ I’m so very sorry for your loss

 

Gayle Szelinski posted on 8/5/19

We are deeply saddened and heartbroken for your loss of Vanessa. We are praying God will give you strength to face the coming days and comfort you. In your pain, God is closest to you. (Psalm 34:18) The Lord is close to the brokenhearted. With heartfelt sympathy and love always, Jay, Gayle, Tyler & Aaron Szelinski

 

Pam Hale posted on 8/5/19

So sorry to hear about Art. He was a true gentleman. May God give his family strength, comfort and peace during this difficult time.

 

 

CAROL DEDO posted on 7/31/19

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Tom Kozney posted on 7/31/19

To the Greenspon family, may you take comfort in loving memory and the friends and family that surround you. My thoughts are with you.

 

Maria Sanchez posted on 7/29/19

I was browsing the internet looking for my mothers (modesta )old friend and sadly I come to find she has left this world . My mother use to watch Alfonsito , Carla and we had many thanksgivings and Christmas back in the 70’s and early 80’s with the family . I have memories of the family when they lived in. chicago . I miss Maria and the rest of the Avila family. I’m sorry your mom has passed. God bless, Love, Maria Sanchez

 

Ann Lebo posted on 7/29/19

Thinking of your family...your Mom was a wonderful lady!

 

Harrison Pawelko posted on 7/29/19

Grandma Theresa or as I called her Memaw was the best grandma. She took great care of me and always thought of other people first.

 

Cheri and Ralph Swanson posted on 7/28/19

Words cannot express our sorrow for your loss, Vikki, Hugh will be greatly missed.

 

Fred and Cheryl Martin posted on 7/28/19

My condolences to the Meyer family on your loss. Our prayers are with you.

 

Cheryl Witucke posted on 7/26/19

My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family, Vikki!

 

George and Charron Banaszak posted on 7/26/19

Our prayers and condolences are with the Doherty family.

 

Rose & Eric Haney posted on 7/26/19

My husband and I worked with Kathy at Saint Joe’s in Homewood. We had a lot of fun and laughter during those years. I truly enjoyed teaching with her. Our condolences to her family.

 

Amy Harrell posted on 7/26/19

Kathy was my colleague at St. Joe's for 12 years. We had so much fun. She also taught both my children, and her name comes up whenever they are reminiscing about grade school. She was an excellent teacher and a lovely lady. Condolences from the Harrell family.

 

Mariann Reilly posted on 7/26/19

My deepest condolences to your entire family. Kathy's laughter rang through the halls of Saint Joe's, especially in the teachers' lounge. She touched so many lives. Everyone remembers the State Fair project, Dordels and rootbeer floats for spelling tests. We've lost a true treasure and great friend. Rest in peace, Kathy!

 

Bobbie Tucker posted on 7/25/19

All my thoughts and prayers are sent to you and your family.Love

 

Bobbie Tucker posted on 7/24/19

So sad to hear about Hugh all my thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

 

Jason posted on 7/24/19

Praying for the entire Doherty family and their friends.

 

Jack and Gayle Parr posted on 7/24/19

Our prayers and sympathy for the Doherty family

 

Jack and Gayle Parr posted on 7/24/19

Our sympathy and prayers for the Doherty family

 

 

Richy Schwalm posted on 7/24/19

My prayers are with the Doherty Family

 

MaryAnn Dykema posted on 7/24/19

Vicki and children, we are so sorry for your loss. Hugh was always so nice to us. All we can do is pray for peace in your hearts and souls. God Bless you all.

 

 

Patty Hynes Walkey posted on 7/24/19

I knew Hugh from Crete Grade School.He will always be Hubie to me. Ill never forget he used to be our pin boy at the Crete Bowling Alley. If we got a split he would always help us out by knocking one over. Fun guy. He even met us in Florida for a mini reunion. Boy oh boy he loved those cigars

 

Mary Siatta posted on 7/24/19

What a sweet lady .She was always a pleasure to visit with at any function that u were invited to. What a beautiful picture of her, also it really matches her heart. She will. Be sadly missed. RIP Katie

 

Vicki and Wayne Anderko posted on 7/23/19

Vikki, Kymmie, Kris and family.. So very sorry for your loss. Hugh was one of a kind! He will truly be missed. May your many memories bring you comfort.

 

Shelly Gulotta posted on 7/23/19

Vito, Nancy, Tony, Bev, Patti and the girls my condolences to all of you. Your mom was a sweet and kind lady. I remember after your family moved into our neighborhood, my family visited your mom and dad. Very kind and loving people. God Bless you all.

 

Cheryl and Ken Muszynski posted on 7/22/19

Such a beautiful picture of Kay and a wonderful way to remember her with a happy smile.

 

John and Heather Novak posted on 7/19/19

Condolences on your loss. Prayers for your family for warm memories and comfort.

 

Caroline and Tim Bahr posted on 7/17/19

Our hearts go out to Ari and the Garfin family. We are thinking of you during this sad time.

 

Jon Kaplan posted on 7/16/19

The world and especially Chicago is a better place having had the life of Alan on this earth for 59 years. Sadly, that was way too short and we all could certainly have been blessed with more time. Time is never enough and we all feel that so strongly now as we already miss Alan. He was a great man, a great influence and a great friend. It all stems from his passion for family and friends and I am proud to have experienced his love and energy. Thank you Alan, you and your thoughts will never be forgotten

 

Nancy L. Escobedo, IUN posted on 7/16/19

Dear Vice Chancellor Lagunas, my condolences on the loss of your husband. He now lives in joy and peace and smiles upon you until you meet again.

 

Barb Chess posted on 7/16/19

Jeff and Carol, I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. He was a great man and even more greatly loved, I am sure. You are in my thoughts and prayers.. Love Barb

 

Carlos A Carvallo Vergara posted on 7/15/19

SIEMPRE TE RECORDAREMOS

 

Carlos A Carvallo Vergara posted on 7/15/19

CON LA PILAR TE RECORDAREMOS SIEMPRE

 

 

Jim and Lee Bulfer posted on 7/15/19

God bless Grandma Ogorek. Our hearts break for all of you. She was one great lady!

 

Kristen Adley posted on 7/14/19

Sending so much love to you all

 

Ruth Keeger posted on 7/14/19

Dear George and Rudy Chris. I’m so sorry for the loss of your mom. She certainly was a strong willed woman, not wanting to leave her home after dad died. I loved her. And would visit when I could, bring her a flower or something sweet. She loved you soo much. I used to visit dad many times up on the second floor. Hw was so very proud of you, your wife’s and very bright grandchildren. I miss them both, they were treasured friends to Matt and me. Love, Ruth Kerger

 

Derrick Carter posted on 7/14/19

To a loving father and great Professor. Our thoughts, prayers, and dreams are with the family. From Derrick Carter in Shanghai, China, and Brandon Carter in Valparaiso

 

gerald kerber posted on 7/14/19

very nice man for sure

 

Luz María Correa Walker posted on 7/14/19

Jorge Román Lagunas

 

Luz María Correa Walker posted on 7/14/19

Hasta siempre, Jorge querido, gran profesor y amigo!! Para su familia, mis condolencias.

 

Luz María Correa posted on 7/14/19

Hasta siempre, gran profesor y amigo!! A su familia, mis condolencias.

 

Ed Pasko posted on 7/13/19

Jorge was a scholar and a gentleman with a big heart!

 

Alondra Amigo Castro posted on 7/13/19

Si bien la Muerte es prácticamente el único hecho que sabemos con certeza ocurrirá, nuestros corazones nunca están preparados para dejar ir... Dejar ir requiere de Valentía, de Comprensión, de Espiritualidad... Dejar ir es un espacio en donde sabemos que el Cuerpo Físico se fue, pero toda la Experiencia, todo el Afecto que tenemos a la Persona que se va queda con Nosotros... De corazón siento muchísimo no haber visto al Tío Yoyo una última vez, que haya conocido a mi Maquita y se riera con ella, que se burlara de mis ideas y me dijera que estoy loca, pero por sobre todo que se riera con nosotros... Me da mucha pena que Mi hija no conozca de su bella presencia, así como también de su querido abuelo Pato... Y me conecta enormemente con la importancia de que ver a los que quieres no sea un "podríamos" quizás el próximo verano, quizás en la temporada baja de pasajes, quizás algún día... porque ese quizás puede ser eterno... Estoy pensando en como le enseñaré quien fue Su Gran Tío Abuelo, y que ella pueda recordarlo como si lo hubiese abrazado... Honestamente entiendo las pérdidas, sé que el Tiempo sana todo, y comprendo que su Energía nos acompañará... Sólo que en el Presente, despedirse es Muy difícil... Los quiero Muchísimo Tía Vicky, Peach, Juan Pablo, Victoria, Jorge Arturo, Tia Carmen, a todos los que están conectados con el Tío Yoyo... Le mando un Abrazo de Corazón y de contención para que de a poquito vaya curándose el Corazón de tanto Amor....

 

Lisa Giglio-Kreutz posted on 7/12/19

I will forever be grateful that my stepfather came into my life. Our relationship was special as was his relationship with Bret, our girls and our grandson. Their Papa meant the world to them. He has been an integral part of every important moment in our lives. My mom & he although divorced had a great love for each other and were special friends until the end. He will forever be in our hearts.

 

Matias Bernales , Alicia Lecaros y Familia posted on 7/12/19

Abrazo grande Victoria, Pato y Niños.

 

Ada Azodo posted on 7/12/19

How sad to hear of the passing of a good man. May your soul rest un peace, Dr. Lagunas. Amen!

 

Anne Koehler posted on 7/12/19

My sincere condolences, Vice Chancellor Lagunas, on the loss of your husband.

 

Humberto Martinez posted on 7/12/19

This is Humberto, I knew JP from work in Highland. JP and family I am sorry for your lost.

 

Charva Edwards posted on 7/12/19

My sincerest condolences for the loss of one of the best professors I've ever had. Professor Lagunas made such a huge impact on me as a student who lacked confidence in my ability to speak/learn Spanish. Gone, but never forgotten professor. Rest in peace.

 

 

wendy Charles villanueva posted on 7/12/19

QEPD, Dr. Jorge Román-Lagunas

 

wendy Charles villanueva posted on 7/12/19

Jorge was my professor at Concordia College and I was his neighbor for one summer. He and Vicki were role models for me, in and out of the classroom and he is one of the most professional and stringent educators that I have ever had. My favorite memory of him was when he administered the ACTFL OPI for me to become a teacher and that memory will live on!

 

Nohemi Saavedra posted on 7/11/19

The reason for my interest in becoming a Spanish teacher was you. You inspired me due to all your knowledge. I will never forget everything you taught me. You will forever be missed. My prayers to your family. Rest in peace.

 

Geoffrey RIDLEY BARROW posted on 7/11/19

Eternal memory and blessed repose.

 

Nicky Jackson posted on 7/11/19

JP and family, I am so very sorry to read this sad news. Jorge would always stop and say hello when we passed each other in the halls. He knew JP was in my class so he always kept me posted about his son. He was so proud of his family. I will miss visiting with him. But, I know the greatest loss is felt by his family. I pray that fond memories bring a smile to all of you. Bless you Jorge... May you Rest In Peace.

 

 

Colette Morrow posted on 7/11/19

I am deeply saddened to learn of Jorge's passing. Twenty-five years ago he and I were newly hired faculty at Purdue Northwest. He was a department head and I was fresh out of graduate school--in my first job. He was exceptionally generous in his counsel and helped me through many difficult challenges. Later, I met Vicki and learned that like Jorge she is exceedingly supportive of colleagues. My heart goes out to you all at this difficult time, and I am keeping the family in my thoughts.

 

Kathy Cruz-Uribe posted on 7/11/19

Dear Vicki, My heart goes out to you and your family. I understand what you are going through, and send you my very deepest condolences. Praying for you. Kathy Cruz-Uribe

 

Gabriel Colman posted on 7/11/19

The Colman family is so sorry for your loss and speaking your father’s name in our observances.

 

Marie Studniarz posted on 7/11/19

Our heartfelt condolences to the Roman Lagunas family.

 

Katie Garza and Family posted on 7/11/19

We are so sorry for your loss. It was evident the love your Father had for his family, especially his grandchildren. May he rest in eternal peace. Prayers and love to the family during this difficult time.

 

Dana Navarro posted on 7/11/19

Dear Vicki and Family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Now we both share a reason why July isn't our favorite month. May you find peace in your loving memories. xoxo

 

Larry & Carol Lynn Brechner posted on 7/11/19

Vicki, I am truly so sorry for you loss and for your family. Prayers for you in this time of loss.

 

Joseph and Elvyra Lazauskas posted on 7/11/19

You will be missed.

 

Vyt & Rochelle Lazauskas posted on 7/11/19

Our hearts are broken having to say goodbye to Jorge. He was a wonderful friend, and we are proud to have been part of his world.

 

Susan posted on 7/11/19

A special man. A huge loss. Sending love....

 

Joe & Monika Gliksman posted on 7/10/19

Debby , Pat & Family- Our thoughts and prayers are with you all week during this difficult time. We wish you peace and comfort and hope all the great memories of Evelyn will help everyone and may God bless you all! Love, Joe & Monika Gliksman

 

Emily Erakovich posted on 7/8/19

My Deepest Sympathy to Nancy and the Watson Family..God Bless You All..

 

Tim Reilly posted on 7/4/19

Thinking of you cousin. God bless.

 

Lisa (Gasteiger) Garcia Maciel posted on 7/2/19

Ray & Joe, My heart goes out to you during yet another difficult time. I pray The Lord provides peace and comfort as unfathomable emotions are processed of losing a son, brother and uncle. Your family has a soft spot in my heart. I am so sorry. Lisa

 

Dianne Poleski posted on 7/1/19

So sorry for your loss our prayers for the family. Kevin was a special person and will greatly missed.

 

 

Pam Runyon posted on 6/28/19

Our deepest condolences to Joe and family. Such wonderful memories of Kevin and Nick on the course playing their best rounds of Golf. Peace and comfort to you all. Mark & Pam Runyon

 

Amy (McCarthy) Townsend posted on 6/26/19

Dear Jennifer & Family, so sorry to hear about your Mom. She will forever be engrained in my memory busy in the kitchen, letting Brownie out or calling out to one of her kids or your Dad in the house on Timrick. She was a wonderful hardworking Mom. I will remember her fondly.

 

Arthur A Mantzouris posted on 6/22/19

May the Family find some comfort with the words of Jesus Christ found in John 5:28,29 where we find him here giving each of you a promise he will keep, in that he will resurrect Richard back to life again and then he will be able to live forever on this earth, that he loved so much. And then the promise that Jehovah God has made in Psalm 37:29 will have come true. So visit JW.org to find many more comforting words of hope for the future.

 

Arthur A Mantzouris posted on 6/22/19

I'm so very sorry for your loss. But may the words of Jesus Christ be able to ease the pain of losing him in death. But we do find him here in John 5:28,29 speaking to each of you about a time when he will resurrect ones like him who have died back to life again and then he will be able to live forever on this earth as the Bible promises us all in Psalm 37:29 which says: The righteous will posess the earth and they will live forever on it. So may these words bring an everlasting feeling of comfort for your hearts and allow your minds eye to see your selves welcoming him back into your arms again to hold and to cherish forever on a paradise earth as the Bible really teaches. So go to JW.org to find out what other promises does Jehovah God make thru Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior and His Heavenly Kingdom rule, that will soon eliminate all suffering and the enemy death, that has caused so much pain, which it is written down for us to benefit from in the Bible book of 1 Corinthains 15:26 and Revelation 21:3,4

 

Arthur A Mantzouris posted on 6/22/19

I'm so very sorry for your loss. But may the words of Jesus Christ be able to help ease the pain of losing your dear loved one in death. But we find him here in John 5:28,29 speaking to each of you about a time when he will resurrect the dead back to life and then all of them will be able to live forever on this earth, as the Bible promises us all in Psalm 37:29 which says: The righteous will possess the earth and they will live forever on it. So may these words bring an everlasting feeling of comfort for your hearts and allow your minds eye to see your selves welcoming them all back into your arms to hold and to cherish forever.

 

Jodi and Howard Cohen posted on 6/21/19

Gus, Becca, Eric, Sara and Alex-our deepest condolences on the passing of your dear mother/grandmother. Please know you are all in our hearts and prayers, we are thinking of you and hope your cherish memories bring you some comfort and peace!

 

Pat and Brad Mohre posted on 6/21/19

Words cannot express our sorrow for your loss, Mary Louise. We are better people for having known Richard. May he rest in peace and know the wonder of the earth he loved so much. Please accept our heartfelt sympathies and prayers.

 

Arnie Elizalde (Kellogg) posted on 6/19/19

So sorry for your loss. Rich was a good man. Every time we needed a part made we would call him first and whenever he came to the shop everybody would stop working just to say hi to him. Rich will be missed.

 

Donna Nairn posted on 6/18/19

My deepest sympathy to all of the family.

 

Jim Vrabel posted on 6/18/19

I am sorry for your families loss. Rich was true craftsman and perfectionist. Beyond that he was a great person and a friend. Rich will be missed.

 

 

Thade Correa posted on 6/17/19

It's with a heavy heart that I'd like to share a letter I wrote to Mr. J a few weeks ago. My deepest condolences for the loss of such a great person. He will be missed. Sincerely, Thade Correa Dear Mr. J, My name is Thade Correa. I'm not sure if you remember me; I'm a Morton grad from 2001. I had friends who had you as a teacher, though I never did. I play piano and, now, I teach both music and English. I had Mrs. Maicher for AP English my senior year, and I fondly remember that the two of you had some kind of inside joke with one another. I never understood it, but I witnessed both of you tossing a baseball bat into the other's room (occasionally aided by students, of course). Perhaps you remember this. I found it hilarious and touching, and I still recall it because it seemed to me to speak of traits of warmth, friendliness, camaraderie, and good humor that both you and Mrs. Maicher shared. When I heard you were sick I wanted to write you immediately to express my deep concern, appreciation, and celebration of who you are and the fact that I know you've touched many lives. Though I never had you as a teacher, you always said hi to me and greeted me whenever you saw me walking through the hall. You knew my name and you always smiled at me--warmly, genuinely, and kindly. I mention this because everyone I know remembers you this way: warm, genuine, kind. Everyone I know has a drop-to-your-knees-with-laughter story about you. I wished I'd been able to take your class just to have known you better. I want to say thank you for doing what the best teachers do best--caring about the world and all the other people in it. As a student then, and as a teacher myself, now, I know that you have given countless people an immense gift: that of your utterly remarkable, unique, and wonderful presence. Thank you for the blessing that you are. From my heart to yours, Thade Correa

 

June Knight Shassere posted on 6/16/19

Dear Helen, I know you will share these emailed comments with other family members. Your end-of-life plans for your husband were well crafted, giving him the send-off he deserved and, I hope, the comfort you and all the family will need. Thank you for the many pictures and comments you have posted over the years, telling what a great man he was and how you honored and loved him. My sincere condolences, June Knight Shassere

 

June Knight Shassere posted on 6/16/19

Not to be forgotten

 

 

The Gider Family posted on 6/15/19

Our deepest sympathy during this difficult time Reem and family. Prayers to your sweet familia ❤️

 

 

Amber Gurley-Junkin posted on 6/15/19

I will never forget you! Best teacher ever!

 

Helaine A. Billings posted on 6/14/19

Gloria was an amazing woman. I wish I had known her years before. And it was strange that we did not meet earlier because our lives ran parallel to one another's. I love to read and then hear her writing for our memoir class. She was funny, instructive and caring. There are some who will never be missed. I will always remember Gloria Galante whose humor, caring and intellectual integrity lit up every room she ever visited.

 

Noni Smyth posted on 6/14/19

To Steve and the rest of the Haddad family: my sincere condolences to you and I hope being together will strengthen you.

 

 

Sharon Sommer posted on 6/13/19

Stephanie, Our deepest sympathy on the passing of your Mom. May time & memories ease the pain.

 

Tim Fassnacht posted on 6/13/19

My condolences to all. Bummer has told stories of this great man...all good i assure you! God bless!

 

Tim Fassnacht posted on 6/13/19

My sincere condolences to the entire family. Bummer has told me stories about this great fellow. All good...i assure you. God bless you all!

 

Darrel Chaney posted on 6/13/19

He impacted my life for sure. Told the Cincinnati Reds to draft me. Forever grateful! Coach was a good man who served his country well, loved teaching and loved baseball. He lived a wonderful life and we will all miss him. May the peace and comfort only God can provide at times like this, be with Helen and the family.

 

Julie/John Chamberlin posted on 6/13/19

John and I are so very sorry for your loss. Please know that your family will be in our thoughts and prayers

 

Rabson Tembo posted on 6/12/19

Edward Hickey Sr I will miss the lovely memories of us talking about his life growing up in Chicago and his work and retirement. You were a friend I learnt a lot being your assistant in Zulu we say Hamba Kahle Munomuzane go well.You have gone ahead of us we will find you.

 

Karen Rawls posted on 6/11/19

Greg and myself met as nursing assistant and patient!!! Being apart of Nursing for 30 years I've never encountered or established a relationship with such a remarkable man. I adopted Greg as my Dad!! Such a Magnificent Man. Deepest Condolences to his entire family!!

 

Garry, Nancy, Kevin and AJ Williams posted on 6/11/19

So grateful to Terry for fifty years of friendship, brotherhood and memories. His loss will be felt by me and my family until we are all reunited. Thanks TJ. We miss you.

 

Sheri and Bill Krizman posted on 6/10/19

We miss our beloved brother’s beautiful sense of humor, kind and loving heart and immense artistic gift. He excelled and was talented in everything that he did and enjoyed. The memories are endless, and words cannot describe our deep sadness. We will miss you and love you Ter until we meet again. You were and always will be a great light in our life.

 

Mike Scharnke Jr. posted on 6/10/19

When you are a 15-18 year old kid you never think about positive influences. Well i never did. Then i meet this teacher/baseball coach called Mr. J!!! This guy is nuts i said to myself. Face in the dirt at home plate at Morton. Looks up at us with dort on his face and screams God I Love Baseball!!! I was hooked. I had the honor to play for him for 3 years. My only regret is we didn't win every game for him. Rest easy Big Ogre till we meet again. Love You!

 

nick neubauer posted on 6/9/19

Ed Sr. was one of the most enjoyable people I met at the CBOT and that includes quite a few people in a 35 year span. In fact, my first trade was with Sr. A 12 lot in meal divided 6 and 6 with he and another trader ( February 1978)

 

Pat McKinlay posted on 6/9/19

Dear Julie and family, I was saddened to learn of Ruben's passing, and so sorry I was unable to attend the memorial service. I'll remember all the fun times we had at WHS Alumni events! I send my sincere sympathy and condolences.

 

Pat McKinlay posted on 6/9/19

Pat McKinlay

 

Craig Sulak posted on 6/9/19

I traded next to Ed Hickey Sr for many years in the CBOT Meal Pit. Terrific honest and talented trader besides always being a great friend. My condolences to all his family...Craig Sulak

 

George M. Lux posted on 6/9/19

Greg and I played on the St Joseph's College basketball team back in the "50's. I can still see his great 1 hand set shot that hammered Valparaiso at Valpo. Greg was a great teammate for 4 years and a help in our study group.

 

Tammy Banks Deavours posted on 6/8/19

Big man with a big heart. Wish I had paid more attention in Civics class. Was the last hour of the day. The only thing I remember was the sound of my text book hitting the floor when I fell asleep in Class! I’m sure there will be many rewards in heaven all of the lives you touched here on earth.

 

Julie Grunza Butler posted on 6/8/19

Mr J was a great teacher - one that a profound impact on every student he taught, every player he coached. I remember being so scared to be in his classroom, but he ended up being my favorite teacher. One I never forgot. Condolences and prayers to his family.

 

Rick, Kathy, Ricky and Brian Veitch posted on 6/8/19

Dear Vicki, Mike and Mary Margaret, We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. With deepest sympathy, Rick, Kathy, Ricky and Brian

 

Gene and Pat Lush posted on 6/8/19

Thank you Coach J for helping us to mold our son, Scotty, to be the good man that he is today!! May Angels wings lift you up to the gates of heaven! Our most dear condolences!❤️❤️❤️

 

dennis lauth posted on 6/8/19

Terry was a great friend and hunting buddy-it wont be the same without you-went to the farm yesterday and just sat thinking about our good time rip my friend

 

Marc Bukowski posted on 6/8/19

Coach definitely had an impact. Will remember because he helped create the Glory Days in so many lives. May the Peace of God the Father be with him in his rest. 1978 Regional Baseball Champions

 

Kara Burr Orosz posted on 6/8/19

He was an amazing teacher and was well respected.

 

Jean Clune posted on 6/7/19

So sorry for your loss. He had a great family and the love of many.

 

 

David Runyan posted on 6/7/19

Mr. J was my favorite teacher in high school and I still tell stories about him today. He was a great man that positively impacted many of his students. I can picture him now sneaking up and yelling at some angel for not paying attention. Condolences and prayers for his family.

 

Alice Mendoza-Pyles posted on 6/7/19

I remember having another class on the 2nd floor and hearing MR. J in his room..downstairs! I hadn’t yet had the pleasure of having him as a teacher. The next year I got that pleasure. I remember being scared as I had only ever heard him but hadn’t yet sat in his classroom. He turned out to be one of my favorite teachers of all my academic years. He wasn’t one for BS or sugar coating things, always telling it like it was but I appreciated that and wish more teachers had done the same. He was an amazing teacher and his love of politics, economics and history shown through with the passion he had for teaching these subjects. You will be missed Mr J. My thoughts are with your family. Alice Mendoza Class of 93.

 

Anne Lashenik posted on 6/7/19

I am from the class of 1989. Mr Jancich was a class act. He did not go for BS and did sugar coat what life would be like for us after graduation. I was very happy to see him at our 20 year reunion. He will be forever in my heart. My condolenscenses to his family...

 

Charles Weaver posted on 6/7/19

I remember I was nervous when I first had him as a teacher afraid that I was not going to live up to my potential but you ensured me not only that I would do all right in your class, but I would be all right in life as well. Thank you for believing in me and I hope I am making you proud.

 

 

Ollie Gajewski posted on 6/6/19

My deepest sympathy to the family. Mr. Jancich was one of my high school teachers, class of 1997. My fondest of thoughts and prayers are with you for comfort during this most difficult time. He was a great teacher, and truly a remarkable guy.

 

Arlene Hogan posted on 6/3/19

Leslie, My sincere sympathy to you and your family during this time. Sandy Gillen sent me an email and told me the news. Arlene C. Hogan

 

Arlene Hogan posted on 6/3/19

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Bruce Aldrin posted on 6/3/19

condolence from Vera Aldrin, X Ray Tech and Bruce Aldrin patient

 

 

Kathryn (Kathy) Eucce posted on 6/2/19

Love & prayers to all of you! Your Dad was the best doctor we ever had...he took the best care for his patients like we were family! Will always remember both your parents in our prayers. I'm sure Dick & Rick Eucce are up there greeting him with your Mom & family! :-) Kathy & Rj Eucce & Jenn (Eucce) Brown.

 

Ted Tomlin posted on 6/2/19

Ed - here’s to you ! https://youtu.be/RM5aW83L_DE

 

Ted Tomlin posted on 6/2/19

https://youtu.be/RM5aW83L_DE

 

Deborah Tomlin posted on 6/2/19

Ed - you were such a bright light in everyone's life. We are lucky to have the lighting that you installed in our house to remind us of this. Each time we turn on our accent lights it brings us joy and we think of you with a smile. Thank you our friend for being in our lives. RIP - Ted and Deb. XO

 

Deborah Tomlin posted on 6/2/19

God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be. So he put his arms around you, and whispered “Come to Me”. With tearful eyes we watched you, we watched you fade away. Although we loved you dearly, we could not make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands now rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us He only takes the best.

 

DEBBIE FERGUSON posted on 6/1/19

Ed was a great friend for almost 40 years. He was such a wonderful guy. Everything I love about my house was done by Ed. He was so talented and loving. He made friends with all his clients. He is so dearly missed. May he rest in peace.

 

Janet Sweet (Dudek) posted on 6/1/19

Aunt Theresa reminds me so much of my mom. I always loved her laugh and enjoyed going to her house as a child. She and Uncle Jim always made me feel at home. Rest in peace Aunt Theresa.

 

 

Tony and Jackie Thompson posted on 5/31/19

You have really touch the lives of so many people. We Thank you for all your hard work that you did to our home. We will miss you dearly. It will truly be an adjustment for us all. WE LOVE YOU!

 

Jackie posted on 5/31/19

I'm so speechless as I type this post. However, I am so blessed and grateful that Tony and I had the BEST neighbor/friend/buddy relationship with you ever. Ed had a heart of GOLD and was passionate about everything he did. You have encouraged us, supported us and taught us a lot. We love you and will truly miss our friend! Lord! you have an angel but you already know that!

 

Nancy Anzelmo posted on 5/31/19

In every room in my house there is something Ed did for me. I appreciated all his guidance and advice. We shared a love of waiting for the Orioles to arrive each year. I was lucky to call him my friend.

 

 

Sharon Nebesnyk posted on 5/31/19

It was such a pleasure getting to know Ed. He was a wonderful kind man and I will truly miss him.

 

Jon Genier posted on 5/31/19

My condolences to your family. May the hope expressed at Job 14:13-15 give you some comfort for your great loss.

 

Chicago trader posted on 5/30/19

So sorry to hear of Ed's passing. Knew him for years on the trading floor, never met a funnier, smarter guy. Im lucky to have known him and been part of the cbot, a great time in my life. cheers Ed,

 

Kathy Murphy Hansen posted on 5/30/19

My big brother had a heart of gold, was so loved by his family and will be dearly missed. Ed, you will forever be in my heart & now our angel. I love you.

 

Joseph Preston posted on 5/23/19

Rest peacefully Great Aunt Betty! Love from Phoenix, Joe

 

alice & dave maccartney posted on 5/23/19

our deepest sympathy. she was a very nice lady. remember visiting with her at prestons parties at jack & joans. we wish the entire family comfort and strength at this time

 

Diane and Kevin Kordys posted on 5/23/19

Condolences to the Troksa family

 

John and Cindy Batliner posted on 5/21/19

What a legacy left behind - with some of the smartest kids I know spread around the US to make a big difference in their own communities. My condolences to all.

 

Greg and Diane Smith Chicago, IL posted on 5/21/19

I loved spending time with Mr. Troksa as it was always a fun and lively event! In more recent years I was advised to keep the sports talk more sedate so as to not get him wound up too much...but I think he did his share of winding also...and loved every minute! I considered him and Mrs. Troksa true role models as well as friends. They truly raised some very fine kids who are also great friends of ours. He will be greatly missed and hopefully is up there with my dad talking about his kids over a cold gimlet. Our heartfelt prayers and condolences to the entire family as we will miss him too.

 

Dawn and Joe Tunny (Kim Troksa's sister and brother in law) posted on 5/21/19

So sorry for your loss. Your whole family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Jack Vista posted on 5/17/19

Miss you! I will love you forever!

 

Jack Vista posted on 5/17/19

Grandma Millie showed compassion to everyone and loved everyone she met. She was one of the best people that God put on this earth. She was a wonderful and caring grandma, a loving mother, and a loving wife. She was a very good Catholic and was very active in her church. I will miss her greatly, and I know she now has everlasting life with Jesus Christ.

 

Greg Baranowski posted on 5/16/19

RIP Rennis. You were always a good guy. Greg B.

 

Jeffrey Corke posted on 5/16/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Doug Lacke posted on 5/16/19

May the Lord bless his soul and rest in eternity in Heaven.

 

Phil and Cheryl Martin posted on 5/16/19

Our condolences. We are thinking of you and wishing you peace and comfort as you reflect on the passing of Rennis Boyda.

 

Jeff & Rose Hiller posted on 5/16/19

Sending our condolences to the extended Boyda family at this difficult time. May the sadness you feel today be replaced by fond memories of better times.

 

Carolyn Blocher posted on 5/16/19

I will always remember Pauline with that big beautiful smile and dimples! She had the gift of making everyone feel so special. Her love for family was evident. She was so proud of the whole clan. May she rest in peace with her loving George.

 

Cindy Kula posted on 5/16/19

My condolences to the Lowry family. I have many fond memories of Janet, she was always fun to be around and very kind, I will miss her! She was my babysitting sidekick for two of our beautiful granddaughters, Lexi and Ava. I once read a beautiful poem that says, "we can think of the twinkling stars at night as windows to heaven and maybe while we are looking and wishing upon them, our loved one is looking at the same stars sending their love, hugs and kisses that will embrace us to always hold close to our hearts". Rest in peace Janet.

 

Carrie Winkler Salkie posted on 5/15/19

I was saddened to hear of Uncle Rennis’ passing. He could sure tell a good fish story from the many vacation up at the lake. When I was a kid, I never really knew how big that fish was but it always seemed to be a little bigger than my dads! His stories were fun and his laugh was infectious. He always made me smile. I am truly sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family!

 

Dan Winkler posted on 5/15/19

Many condolences on the passing of Uncle Rennis. I was so sad to hear the news but take comfort in the many memories of vacations out on the water boating and fishing and swimming and staying up way too late as a kid. I'll always remember the way that guy could smile! Sending much love to Lynn, Mike and Tim. Your dad was one of a kind!

 

Dino & Sharon Santelli posted on 5/15/19

So sorry to hear of Rennis' passing. We are out of town and will not be able to attend the wake or services. We are attending our granddaughter's graduation from Medical school in South Carolina.

 

Cathy Ferguson posted on 5/15/19

Our deepest sympathy to all of Janet's family -- she will be greatly missed . . . . .

 

Joe Geiser posted on 5/14/19

So sorry to hear. We pray you all peace and comfort during this time of sorrow. Truly blessed to have known both Mr. and Mrs. Behrens. Remarkable parents of a remarkable family. We love you all. Joe, Cindy, Jessie, Joe-Bob and Roger

 

Bill and Wanda Schoenbaum posted on 5/14/19

We are the parents of Cindy Fruehling and Grand parents of Ella , Francis and Violet. We are so sorry for your loss. We know she is no longer in pain, but We know she will be missed. Prayers for the Lowry family.

 

 

Litsa Karavia posted on 5/14/19

Rest in peace... she will never be forgotten!

 

Chris Zampino posted on 5/13/19

My condolences to the family. I worked with Betty at Sports Illustrated Racquetball / Health Club on 45th in Highland. Betty was such a kind caring person - her zeal for life and fitness was a inspiration to people whom attended her aerobic classes. I will never forget the things I learned from Betty.

 

Chris Lain posted on 5/12/19

Dennis and family, I have many fond memories of not only a terrific aunt but a loving Godmother. She always was so kind and she always brought a smile to those around her. She definitely influenced my life. Love, Chris

 

suzette posted on 5/12/19

I LOVE YOU HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY

 

Karen and Nick Voris posted on 5/11/19

Karen and I extend our deepest sympathy and share your loss and sorrow. We also pray that you will soon find lasting comfort in the high regard everyone had for Betty. You, Betty and I have known each other for a very long time. We had some great times and I will never forget them. I shall miss Her.

 

Deacon Mike McCloskey ('78) posted on 5/11/19

Bob was ordained while I passed out programs for his celebration; I would be ordained the following year. Thank God for Bob, his wife & children. A Mass will be said at Holy Name Cathedral in his honor and for the good of all the people he served during his 42 years as Deacon.

 

Georgee Kidd posted on 5/11/19

So many memories with you and Frank. The one I remember the most was the trip to Knoxville, in that gorgeous cabin on the steep hill. May God keep you close.

 

AnneMarie Vista posted on 5/10/19

Dear Dennis & Family, The heart that your Mother had for others is a rare gift to the many people who had the privilege to know her and be blessed by her. There's a special place in all of our hearts for our Mother's, just like there's a special place in every Mother's heart for her children. You must continue to carry her memory in that special place in your heart. I hope your memories of her comfort you. When I reflect on my fond memories of Millie my thoughts drift to one of Ralph Waldo Emerson quotes, "When you were born you were crying and everyone else was smiling. Live your life so at the end you're the one who is smiling and everyone else is crying. Millie is now experiencing that joy in Heaven because of the way she lived her life spreading love and joy. God bless her family. Tisherself, AnneMarie Vista

 

Judy Keane posted on 5/10/19

So sad to hear of the death of my old friend & neighbor. My prayers are with the Banet family as this good man is laid to rest. Your rewards will be great in Heaven, Deacon Bob, for all the lives you've touched. Heaven welcomes a special man today! RIP!

 

Deacon Michael and Margie Hogan posted on 5/9/19

Deacon 'Bobbie' Banet Will Always Be Remembered ... As A ... Great And Faithful Friend For The Rest Of Our Lives. He Was Our English Professor At St Joseph College In East Chicago IN ... The Deacon At Our Wedding '40-1/2 Years Ago' At St. Andrew The Apostle ... Our Wedding Was The First That He Presided After His Diaconate Ordination w/: The Pastor ... He And His Wife Mary Attended Our Wedding Reception ... And We ALL Continued To Pray For One Another And Share Our Friendship With One Another Thruout Our Lives ... He Was Also At Michael's AOC Diaconate Ordination In 2006 And We ALL Shared God's Ministries At St. Andrew The Apostle With ALL Our Prayers And Service To The People Of God. Deacon 'Bobbie' And Family Will Always Remain In Our Hearts Forever. Thank You Dear Friend For ALL Those Prayers And Friendship With Us.

 

Mary Jo Studzinski posted on 5/9/19

Deacon Banet was certainly a man of strong faith and one of the kindest men I ever met. I will always remember calling his home and on occasion getting the answering machine... when you hear the tone, speak to the phone, hallelujah. God bless Deacon and his family.

 

 

Shhoky posted on 5/9/19

A True Warrior Thank you for your Service Sir Sal

 

Elizabeth M Ramirez posted on 5/9/19

My dear friend Leann and Lasky family, Our dearly departed never truly leave us for they live on in our hearts and minds, through us, they live on. Take comfort in knowing that your father is now resting in the arms of our Lord. May the love of family and friends also comfort you during your difficult days. My most heartfelt condolences.

 

Lois Heintz posted on 5/9/19

Deacon Bob was an example for all of us. Love him.

 

Jerry Genova posted on 5/9/19

So very sorry for the loss of such a good and exceptional man. Condolences and prayers from the Genova family.

 

Trudy Wasik posted on 5/8/19

I'm sorry to hear of the passing of Deacon Bob, known as Christopher's dad when we were in school. May the Holy Spirit envelope you all in His peace.

 

The Blankley Family posted on 5/8/19

To the entire Janet Family. Bob was such a wonderful friend and neighbor. He lived his faith and taught those around him, through example, how to be better. He will be missed. Love to all of you.

 

 

Deb Kendall posted on 5/8/19

So sorry for your loss..

 

Catherine A Cole posted on 5/8/19

My condolences to the family. I grew up with Kris, and knew her mother, about whom I can't say enough good things.

 

Reva & Chandra posted on 5/8/19

We met Betty at Doug and Sashi's wedding, and had the opportunity to attend her 80th birthday celebration. My sister Sara often talked about Betty's kindness and calm. We feel as if we knew her personally. Please accept our condolences at this time of your loss.

 

Michelle posted on 5/8/19

My heartfelt condolences to the Olson family. May God be your strength during this difficult time. (Psalm 18:6) With deepest sympathy, Michelle

 

Laurie Kowalick posted on 5/7/19

Bob and I are so sorry for your loss of such a wonderful father, grandfather, great-grandfather and husband. We will always remember him for his kindness and his love for his family. May his memories live forever.

 

 

Karen Buncich Marquardt & Family posted on 5/7/19

Rest well in Gods grace Auntie Millie

 

Chet Nordyke posted on 5/6/19

I had the pleasure of knowing Rich for many years through St. Thomas More Church and School. He certainly loved Bev and the children. He was always available to help at school. If I may say it, I always knew as both teacher in school, and in later years Principal, I could count on Rich whenever I needed him. I will keep him in prayer, and assure dear Bev, and the children, that the Infant Jesus of Prague will hold their hand, and walk with them during this difficult time, and thereafter. Rest in Peace, Rich. (Please say hello to your friends, and mine, Dick and Joan Deignan) .

 

Jerry Lasky posted on 5/6/19

Thank you, Rich for all the love and support you gave our family. You were always so distinguished and professional being a good role model to respect and admire. Thank you for supporting our athletic teams in Portage and Valparaiso as we competed with your beloved Mustangs. Your kindness and graciousness will never be forgotten! May God bless you as you Rest In Peace.

 

 

Bill Maffy posted on 5/6/19

Rest In Peace Buddy. God Speed

 

Monty and Joyce Maggart and children posted on 5/6/19

Richard was an exemplary husband and father..

 

Ken Bruno posted on 5/6/19

For My Big Brother You showed me a lot of things. I learned a lot I didn't know, But you forgot to teach me one last thing - How to let you go. I know you didn't mean to leave me; Sometimes we have no choice. I miss being your little brother, Hearing my name called by your voice. I wish I got to say "I Love You" Before you were given to the sky. If God could grant me one last wish, I'd ask to say "Goodbye." You always meant a lot to me. I could never love you less, I know it's true when they say, "He only takes the best." Published: December 2010

 

Rebecca posted on 5/6/19

My heart aches for you all, as you deal with this loss. Sal was one of a kind, and will be truly missed. I am thankful for, all the memories I was able to make with him, and your family. May God bless you all, and help heal you.

 

 

Peggy Allen posted on 5/4/19

Not enough words in my vocabulary, to explain all this man was in my eyes. Strong,funny, many skills... exemplary GI, smart caring shroud business man, master at cards baccarat and games of chance, and a hypnotist! Devoted husband. Dedicated father. Strict, disciplined, but loving and caring. He lived and enjoyed life. I thank you Mr Villa for welcoming me into your family...you leave a void in my heart.

 

Jon Genier posted on 5/4/19

My condolences to your family. May the hope expressed at Job 14:13-15 give you some comfort for your great loss.

 

Aida and Stephen Oliver posted on 5/3/19

My sincerest condolences for the loss of Sal. I will remember his great smile and keen card ability. I know he was so much more. Love to all and healings.

 

Margie Grango posted on 5/2/19

My sincere condolences to you and your family Micheal.

 

Barbara Silvas posted on 5/2/19

Please accept my deepest sympathies to your family during this difficult time.

 

Mary and Art Velez posted on 5/2/19

Sending love to our family at this most difficult time. Great memories of the character Sal was. Art remembers going to Health Club than Chi Chi’s for Margaritas, we will miss him.

 

Gary & Vicky Gossett posted on 5/2/19

May God be w/ you all durning this hard time. My deepest sympathy for you all.

 

 

Marilyn posted on 5/1/19

Had a lot of fun playing cards with Auntie Gerry, one time in particular we ate a whole jar of olive while playing cards. We would song or whistle if one was about to win. Try to look at each others cards, if one would leave for a moment. So much fun we had. I know you're playing cards in heaven. Until we meet again Auntie Gerry, Love you always. May our Lord let perpetual light shine upon her. May she rest in peace. Amen. Marilyn

 

Jane Barron posted on 4/29/19

So sorry for Ruben's passing. Please accept our sincere sympathy. We have many fond memories of Ruben and Julie. "Remember me as I used to be...I will remember you and look on with a smile...and remain in the hearts of all of you." May his memory be for a blessing. Love always, Jane Barron, Joelle and Jewel

 

Peter Tong posted on 4/27/19

Ria and I did not have the privilege of knowing Catherine. But, we are friends of Athene and no doubt, it is because Catherine’s love and guidance that Athene is such as kind, thoughtful, fun and accomplished friend. Our deepest condolences to the Carras family for your loss and grief. We hope that you find joy and solace in the memories of the times you had together.

 

Charlie and Mary McPeak posted on 4/26/19

Dear Marilyn and family, The loss you are enduring has to be devastating. I know he will be missed by so many of us. We were Florida neighbors for 16 yrs so not possible to list all the wonderful memories . Just know we love and miss you both. Will be talking to you soon.

 

Carlton and Shelby Plyler posted on 4/26/19

We send our loving thoughts to the family. We have so many wonderful memories of our time together in Orange Harbor.

 

Stephanie Reynolds posted on 4/26/19

I’m so sorry for your loss. I hope you find comfort in Jesus words at John 5:28,29. There Jesus promised a resurrection of our loved ones who have passed away. This beautiful hope can sustain us during times of grief. Please accept my condolences.

 

Carlton and Shelby Plyler posted on 4/26/19

shelbyjp17@yahoo.com

 

Derek Chow posted on 4/26/19

We are sorry for your loss. My heartfelt condolences to you and your family.

 

 

Julia Mitchel posted on 4/26/19

Randy and I just loved Dick and Marilyn! We were blessed to have met them and spent allot of time with them on our yearly visits to my parents home. Charles and Mary McPeak are my parents and we’re neighbors to Dick and Marilyn in Orange Harbor. He was a great guy and always smiling. I know you will miss him dearly. Praying for you all!

 

Allan Blanke posted on 4/25/19

My prayers are with you at this sad time.

 

Allan Blanke posted on 4/25/19

Prayers and Love at this time. He is in the arms of Jesus.

 

Linda posted on 4/25/19

So many years and memories of all the wonderful times we shared as a family. My heart breaks that I can't be there to say goodby but know that I am thinking of you all and crying with you. He was always a special uncle with lots of stories to tell and how much he loved those White Sox. Be at peace Unlce Dick you are truly loved.

 

Charles Bessett posted on 4/25/19

My thoughts and prayers and deepest Sympathy go out to The family during this time of loss

 

Gail Metcalfe Wegner posted on 4/25/19

So sorry to hear about Dick’s passing. My thoughts are with you during these tough times.

 

Judy Rhind Strachan posted on 4/24/19

Mimi accomplished so much in her lifetime. I would have really enjoyed reading her poems and playing her music. You were a very special woman, Mimi.

 

 

Bob Czarnecki posted on 4/23/19

Dearest Aunt Julie I will always cherish the times our families shared laughter and joy especially as children during our gatherings at grandma’s house. of the cousins at grandma’s home.

 

Linda Kagan posted on 4/23/19

Though I knew Catherine only briefly, I loved her potato salad. Her children are amazing individuals and I am fortunate to live almost next door to one of her daughters. My condolences to Nathan and all the family.

 

olin bell posted on 4/23/19

Mike, My condolences to you and your brothers and your families. Mom was a GREAT LADY and will be greatly missed by many

 

Joe Garcia posted on 4/23/19

Sorry for your loss

 

Jane Barron posted on 4/22/19

Mimi was a sweet lady. We have many good memories of her and her family. May her memory be a blessing. Love, Jane Barron, Joelle and Jewel

 

 

Christine Welch posted on 4/17/19

She loved bingo on Friday mornings and attending church services in the afternoons. Her carefree attitude will be missed

 

 

The Spiritual Care Dept. Dyer, Hammond, Munster posted on 4/17/19

We were so sorry to hear of your loss. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help at this time.

 

Michele Sinacola Ryan & Family posted on 4/16/19

Uncle Alex, we will miss you. We were blessed to have you in our lives! Rest in peace with your loved ones xoxo

 

Sharon Carnavacciolo posted on 4/15/19

Uncle Alex you will be missed but not forgotten! Love, Sharon & Danny

 

Lora Mercado posted on 4/13/19

I met Karen in middle school. She was always such a sweet person. My heart goes out to her daughter, sister and everyone else who loves her. Rest In Peace, Karen. You will be truly missed.

 

Lorenzo posted on 4/11/19

I’m very sorry to hear of your loss. As a neighbor of ‘Ms. Dody’, I got to see her quite often. When we spoke she was always so positive about life. I will definitely miss and remember that. Her family spent much time assisting her and enjoying each other’s companionship. They are an excellent example of how to care for those you love. During this very difficult time I hope your family can find comfort from the promises found in God’s word, the Bible.

 

Courtney Palasz posted on 4/10/19

I am so incredibly sorry for your loss. Karen was such a kind, sweet woman and I loved seeing her at all our concerts and contest. Sending you love and prayers.

 

Carol Rouch posted on 4/9/19

"Millie" was always this larger-than-life character in the lives of Liz's friends: seldom seen, but always somehow present. As long as we are alive, so too will be her memory. I hope that she is not just resting in peace: I hope that she is polka-ing in peace. She earned it. Wishing comfort to all who will miss her!

 

 

Russell King, for the Christine Center posted on 4/9/19

We at the Christine Center offer prayers of strength and solace. Margie dearly loved this place and was a long-time member of our board, and we loved her.

 

Linda Maier posted on 4/9/19

for Rich Ritter, Retired Holland driver: I'm so sorry to hear the loss of you mother, please accept our condolences and prayers. Love the Holland family

 

 

Pam. Oliver posted on 4/9/19

Growing up in Dolton, Mrs. Crilly was a rock. She raised 6 children, worked and managed her household. If I remember correctly, she call us '"you girls" as we were always pushing the limits and acting goofy. Always taking it in stride. She will be missed by all that touched her.

 

 

Becky Hupp posted on 4/8/19

so sorry for your loss.

 

Veronica Argeropolos posted on 4/8/19

I worked with Karen for a short time but she left a big impact on my life, her heart was full of love and kindness and she always had a smile on her face no matter what was going on around her. She was a true friend to me and my husband and she will be missed dearly. Rest In Peace Karen and I know you are in heaven My condolences to her daughter and Family

 

Kimberly Melson posted on 4/7/19

My deepest condolences to Mrs. Weber's family. I had the pleasure of caring for her for a year through Comfort Keepers. I'm gonna miss her so much. I really enjoyed talking to her about her large family which she spoke of every single time I saw her. You were VERY WELL LOVED by her. I'm very happy to have known her. May she continue to rest peacefully. Love, Kimberly

 

Vicki Menefee posted on 4/7/19

Dean and Jeanine, I was very sorry to hear about your sister. I know how very special she was too your family. Her obituary further illustrates what a wonderful person she was. May her light continue to shine. Our thoughts are with you. Vicki Menefee (Andy and Kelly's aunt) and family

 

Warren Munzel posted on 4/7/19

She was my favorite aunt. She loved to read and write poetry and I am fortunate to have a small collection of her poetry and a short story. I think of her often.

 

Diane Smith posted on 4/6/19

Dean, so very sorry to hear of the passing of your sister. Thinking of you and your family. Have seen some lovely tributes to her. You have my deepest sympathy.

 

Marty & Judy Weber posted on 4/5/19

So sad. We will miss the long conversations we had. Dody was a lovely lady and a great step-mom.

 

 

Comfort Keepers posted on 4/5/19

Our deepest condolences.

 

Janet Gordley posted on 4/4/19

Karen has been my very good friend for many, many years. I shall be missing her for a long time until I join her. Love to her entire family. She was an angel on earth.

 

 

Evelyn Lubliner posted on 4/4/19

After meeting in Parents without partners many years ago, we became. extemely close friends. We both were fortunate to have wonderful children that we talked about so often. She came to Colorado and spent a terrific night with me a few years ago that was very special for both of us. Even after Parents without Partners was no more, she made every effort to keep everyone in touch. I miss her terribly already and will never stop loving her. Karen, I Love You and I know we will meet again someday. Love Evie

 

 

Kim Dittman posted on 4/4/19

Karen was a lovely woman. I will never forget the time we helped with the neighborhood yard sale. That was a great day! She showed us her garden and gave us a bunch of gardening tips. She also made the best beans! Prayers go out to her family! Love you Todd, hold on to all of the great memories!

 

BECKY STRONG posted on 4/3/19

Karen Rondelli

 

Arlene Fitzgerald posted on 4/3/19

Karen was a good friend to many. Condolences to the Sobczak and Rondelli Family.

 

Sisters Beatrice Hernandez and Sylvia Wehlisch (Wheaton Franciscans) posted on 4/2/19

Margie was such an open, loving and welcoming spirit and will be missed by all of us. It was truly a privilege to be able to share our life journeys together. We hold all of you in our love and prayers at this difficult time of loss.

 

Jackie Seibert posted on 4/1/19

Karen was always there for her PWP friends in keeping us a close group after all these years. We love you. Rest In Peace Karen. Rich and family I'm so sorry for your loss.

 

Thomas E. Konrady posted on 4/1/19

Dean & Rick Rothschild and extended family: Living on Roosevelt St. in Gary made it easy to know your entire family. Between Kimberly and Maggie, Debbie was a figure like no other. Her presence was always felt, her laughter contagious, and her heart of gold. I send my condolences to you all from Brazil. My tears are warm - they are sad!

 

 

Cindy Simpson posted on 4/1/19

Karen had the nicest smile and laugh. So very sorry for your loss.My heart goes out to you.

 

Arnie Piet posted on 4/1/19

my deepest condolence and sympathy to Karen's sons and family members . She was a great and wonderful person. I will always remember how caring she was to everyone .

 

Nola Cameon posted on 4/1/19

Condolences to the Sobczak and Rondelli families. Karen will be missed. She had such a good heart! Love to all.

 

Lisa, Harris & Mason Edelson posted on 4/1/19

Jim and Jane, our deepest condolences to you and your family, and friends of your mom. I'm so glad that I had the good fortune to meet your mom recently. She was lovely! Thinking of you.

 

michelle spungen posted on 4/1/19

I was so saddened to hear about the passing of my cousin Debbie. I have so many happy childhood memories of the two of us. I spent many Holidays at the Rothschild home on Roosevelt St in Gary. Debbie and I always had fun singing songs, playing pool and dancing as kids! In fact, she was the first one to teach me how to "cool" dance to the song Venus and I still remember how to dance to that song to this day!. She was one of the kindest, sincere and loving woman I have ever known. She will be sadly missed by so many. Wish I could be with everyone tomorrow. Sending love, prayers and hugs to everyone. Cousin's Michelle and Craig

 

Katie Easton posted on 3/31/19

Mike and family you are all in our prayers. Margie had such a sweet and gentle spirit that we won’t forget. We are thankful for having known her. God bless your family at this very sad time. Love, Patrick Keigher and Max & Katie Easton and family

 

 

Bobbie Swanson Hilligoss posted on 3/30/19

Dear Judee & Art, My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. The loss of our mothers is a profound event. It is so much harder when there didn’t seem to be any medical problems. May your mother be resting in the arms of our saviour. Bless you and your family. Much Love, Bobbie

 

Thomas Carver posted on 3/29/19

We lost you 2 years ago, but it's like it just happened. I miss you more every day, Mom. I love you always, and hope I will see you again

 

Tiffany Strietelmeier posted on 3/29/19

Anna Mae (Bia, as she was lovingly referred) was the most gracious, kind and loving human I have ever met. My favorite memories of her was any time we got together for “girl time”. We would shop, talk, laugh... these times bonded us forever. I am so proud to have had her in my life for the past 10 years as my husband’s grandmother who became mine as well. I am especially thankful that she got to know my son, her great-grandson so well. These years with her were a precious gift.

 

Judy Strietelmeier posted on 3/29/19

Goodby my friend, I will miss you!

 

 

Steve & Kathy Farnham posted on 3/29/19

To Paul,Bob,Mike and both the Hudetz and Webb Families; heartfelt sympathies for the loss of Margie. I’d like to repeat a recent comment Paul made concerning losing his Sister to ALZ. “An Angel got her wings last week”. I like that picture of Margie and wish her peace.

 

Kevin O'Keefe posted on 3/29/19

Mike and Family, so sorry to hear of your loss. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Bob and Emily Love posted on 3/29/19

We are sorry about your loss. Margie, was such a great person, she will live on in our memories forever.

 

Karen & Robert Gadke posted on 3/29/19

Anna Mae Jurek was a fun loving classy woman who we met through Judee and Art. Her conversations were always delightful and it was an honor to have spent time getting to know her.

 

Gigi and Mike (Jackson/Marek) posted on 3/29/19

Mike, Kelly, Jackie, Brian and families, we are so very sorry for your loss. Margie was a beautiful, soft soul and her beauty shines through in the hearts and souls of her children and grandchildren. Our prayers for peace and healing are with you.

 

John & LeeAnn Welker posted on 3/29/19

Prayers and hugs. Margie was a very special lady. And will be missed.

 

 

Charlotte Loizzi posted on 3/29/19

I remember when I first saw these two beautiful angels, Margie and Mary. what Light and joy they shared in their very presence and of course we loved their Mother. I still say Life For Me Ain't Been No Crystal Stair. Holding you close.

 

 

Nancy V Warchol posted on 3/29/19

So sorry to hear the news. She was a great lady and lots of fun. With my deepest sympathy to you, Gene and Jim, and all of your family.

 

 

Carole M Leahy posted on 3/29/19

I love you very much and miss you lots Daddy. God Bless you. XOXO Love always, Carole

 

Kathy Berkowicz posted on 3/29/19

So sorry to learn of your loss. I am a friend of Dawn Tsirtsis and feel like I knew Margie in a small way. God be with you all.

 

Georgene Fiorillp posted on 3/28/19

As a Wheaton Covenant Companion, I knew Margie and Gwen and it was always a pleasure to have them at our gatherings. Together they have made their final reward with a place together with the Lord.

 

Omar and Lena Barakat posted on 3/28/19

Please accept our most sincere condolences. We are sorry for your loss.

 

 

Ellie posted on 3/28/19

She was the best grandma in the world, the very few times I remember her she was amazing. She always had time to play, never got mad and had the patience of a angle. She will always be in are thought and prayers thank you all for your support.

 

Marcia Hughes from SFHS posted on 3/28/19

Mike and Mary, So heartbreaking. You are all in my thoughts today. All of the Hudetz and Webb families; i am so sorry; I know there are no words.This is a lovely tribute to such a beautiful lady.. Wishing you light, hope and peace always. Lean on each other for strength.

 

 

Jennifer, Dean and Heather Docherty posted on 3/28/19

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. We are deeply sorry for your loss. May she rest in peace.

 

 

Paul Hudetz posted on 3/28/19

So very appropriate to “light a candle” here for my dear sister. Thank you for all the Love you gave. You were a shining light for all who met you.

 

Jennifer Ugarte posted on 3/28/19

To Mrs. Webb’s loved ones, I’m so sorry for your loss. I can only imagine how you must feel. I have found comfort in scriptures like Job 14:14,15 which remind me that God cares so deeply for us that he yearns for the day when he will bring us back to life on earth (John 5:28, 29). These words fill me with the hope of seeing again the ones that I have lost. I hope that these words bring you comfort as well.

 

Susie Golden Jursich posted on 3/28/19

Mike, Please accept my sympathy to you and your family. I remember Margie's smile and her vibrant spirit.

 

 

Sam Provenzano posted on 3/28/19

Margie made everyone around her a better person. She was a ray of sunshine and was always in my corner. Margie was a great listener... gave the best advice... and when she spoke... she spoke so eloquently and purposefully. I am grateful for the memories! God Bless Margie and all of her family and loved ones.

 

Ellie Roberts posted on 3/27/19

The very few times I remember my grandma were amazing. She always had time to play, never got mad and had the patience of a angel. We all love you and she is in are hearts always.

 

Ellie Roberts posted on 3/27/19

The very few times I remember my grandma were amazing she was never mad she always had time to play and had the patience like no other we love you

 

Jocelyn posted on 3/27/19

Mike, Kelly, Jackie & Brian, I am so sorry for this tremendous loss. My heart aches for you all. I was lucky to call Marge my aunt. I loved her big heart, and sweet calm nature--no matter what the circumstance! She was a true angel on earth. I will hold on to and cherish the memories over the years. Marge was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend to so many and will truly be forever missed. She was one of a kind. It is heartbreaking to say goodbye but a relief to know she is finally at peace.

 

Dar Feldott posted on 3/27/19

My sincere condolences to the Hudetz and Webb families. With sympathy and friendship, Dar (Soukup) Feldott

 

Marge Zulaski posted on 3/27/19

I remember the last time Margie and Gwen came to the Christine Center and we had some time together. May the peace of Christ surround all of Margie's family and fill you with grace and blessing.

 

Kathy White Olson posted on 3/27/19

Dear Mike, I'm so sorry for your devastating loss. I wish you peace during this difficult time. I pray your lovely memories of Margie will carry you through. I remember her as a beautiful person and I'm happy you had a wonderful life with her. Take care of yourself and know I'm thinking about you and your family.

 

Cov. Comp. Veronica Ward posted on 3/27/19

Thinking of you & holding you in love & prayer.

 

Sr. Georgene L. Wilson, OSF posted on 3/27/19

Dear Webb Family, I encircle you with love and healing grace with the loss of Margie physically among us. I know that from her fullness of life in OUR GOD that she is grateful for you all, loves you all with all her now-infinite heart, and breathes healing graces toward you always. She rests in Peace. May You rest in peace on Earth as she does in Heaven. My love and prayer.

 

Mary T Krystinak posted on 3/27/19

Remembering many years with Margie as a Covenant Companion. Also new her mother, Gwen very well. Wishing you all Peace at this time.

 

Naomi posted on 3/27/19

My prayers are with all of you. May Margie be with Gwen who loved her so.

 

 

Kimberly Salas posted on 3/27/19

My sincere condolences to you and your family

 

 

Lisa Casalino posted on 3/26/19

From my family to yours - we are so sorry for your loss.

 

Amber Micka posted on 3/26/19

My condolences to the family for your loss of Dr. Lona. May God strengthen and comfort you with his promise of the resurrection. Acts 24:15

 

Christina Medina posted on 3/25/19

Thank you Dr. Lona for all the years of care you provided for me and for my family. You are a beloved Doctor and you will be missed. All the good ones like you are all but gone. May you find peace and serenity forever more, Sir. Thank you again. Blessings and heart felt condolences to The Lona Family in this your time of grieving. Hold Dr. Lona close to your hearts and remember the smiles and talks and other wonderful gifts you all shared together throughout your lives together, remember you dear ones with love and kindness.

 

jordan s posted on 3/21/19

My deepest condolences to the friends & family for your loss. Our Heavenly Father gives us a comforting thought when He tells us that soon death will be "swallowed up forever." (1 Cor. 15:54) Yes, the Bible promises a time in the near future when "mourning...and DEATH will be NO MORE." (Revelation 21:4) The earth will become a paradise and ALL our loved ones will be resurrected to enjoy eternal life! Please take comfort in these promises as your family will be in my prayers during this very difficult time.

 

 

Dawn Davis posted on 3/20/19

The world lost one of the kindest loving people I’ve known. I never heard my aunt raise her voice or ever say a bad thing about anyone or anything. I am so glad I got to talk to her recently. My aunt was my godmother. I couldn’t ask for anyone more loving. My heart goes out to my cousin Kenny & his family. So sorry I couldn’t be with you during this time. I love y’all. Your mom will be missed by many. Rest In Peace Aunt Aggie. I love you. ❤️

 

Dawn Davis posted on 3/20/19

The world lost one of the kindest most loving woman I’ve ever known. I’ve never heard her raise her voice or ever say a bad thing about anyone. My aunt Aggie was my godmother. I couldn’t of asked for a better one. So glad I got to talk to her and recently. My heart goes out to my cousin Kenny & his family. I love y’all. Your mom will be missed by many. Rest In Peace aunt Aggie. I love you. ❤️

 

Lester G. Schmock posted on 3/19/19

We remember Shirley from the Old Town Hall in the 1970's; she was always pleasant and helpful in giving good service to the people who had business at the Clerk-Treasurers Office. She knew and helped many people. Our Sympathy to her family and friends, she will be missed. Lester & Lorrayne Schmock, Munster, Indiana

 

 

Margie Setler posted on 3/14/19

Condolences and prayers

 

Margie Setler posted on 3/14/19

My condolences Dave to you and your family prayers and hugs

 

Margie Setler posted on 3/14/19

So sorry for you're loss Dave, condolences to you and your family

 

Kathy Toporek posted on 3/14/19

I worked with Delores for many years in IMCU....she was so sweet and always made me smile. Sorry to hear of her passing....God definately gained another Angel

 

Barbara Voith posted on 3/14/19

Rest in Peace, Aunt Jo ! You will certainly be missed !

 

Lorri Anderson posted on 3/11/19

Sorry to hear about grandma Jo our prayers are with all of you.

 

 

Josh Toomey posted on 3/11/19

I would have loved to get to meet her. She sounded like a great person and loving grandmother. Sorry for everyone’s loss.

 

Stan Flick posted on 3/11/19

One of the sweetest lady’s I have had the honor to know God Bless you JO I will miss all our adventures we had over the last 25 plus years.

 

 

Annie posted on 3/10/19

Miss you

 

Cheri Patterson posted on 3/4/19

My sincere sympathy to you all. My family has been fortunate enough to have known her our entire lives and my parents have been blessed to have been friends with both Diane and Tom for as long as I can remember. I will always cherish the memories of going to the Brosseau home and always being treated like family. As of late, both Diane and Tom made it a point to visit my dad when he was in the hospital even though both of them were dealing with their own health issues. May you rest in peace Diane.

 

Jane and Art Racek posted on 3/3/19

To the entire Wente and Hoffmann family Art and I would like to send our deepest sympathies. We will always remember the great times we had with Patti at Devil's Head. We always looked forward to spending time with Patti and Moe and the rest of her family. She will be missed

 

 

Bill Hoffmann (brother) posted on 2/28/19

My sister will be dearly missed. She was a solid rock for us all. RIP I love you, Patti!!!

 

Kimberly Fentress posted on 2/27/19

I am so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all in your time of need.

 

JC posted on 2/27/19

Please accept my heartfelt sympathy for the loss of your loved one, Patricia. It breaks our hearts when death separates us from the ones we love so much. The Bible reminds us that God sees our pain and sadness and has promised that soon, "death will be swallowed up forever."(Isaiah 25:8) He will heal our broken hearts by resurrecting our precious loved ones to life again. (John 6:40) Until then, I hope the beautiful memories of Patricia and these promises from God comfort you in the days to come.

 

Cj posted on 2/27/19

I’m so sorry for your loss. Grief can be a difficult emotion to deal with. There are, however, 12 basic guidelines that can help you cope with grieving.. They’re used by many grief counselors and they’re also biblical. You can download a free copy of the magazine titled “Help for those who Grieve “@jw.org

 

Betsy Rollings posted on 2/26/19

George was a true gentleman, always happy, and someone who probably smiled in his sleep. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Demoda Ogunsanya posted on 2/26/19

I had the pleasure of working with Pat at TransUnion for several years. She was always a bright ray of sunshine to our floor. May her warm memory bring comfort and peace during your time of bereavement.

 

Lynn (Romanowski) Prindes posted on 2/26/19

I worked with Pat at TransUnion. She taught me about the deliciousness of chocolate covered bacon and to peel, cut and freeze my apples soon after picking so I can make pies throughout the year. I will forever remember her by her sweet infectious smile. Please accept my most sincere condolences.

 

Tara posted on 2/25/19

Deepest sympathies to you and your family. We will miss Patti’s carefree nature and contagious smile. May God bless and comfort you and the kids during this time of grief. Praying for all of you.

 

Betty Harmmsen and Dean Nelson posted on 2/24/19

So very sorry for your loss.

 

 

Susan Azana posted on 2/23/19

I'm sorry I never got to meet you Nick, but feel I know you through your Mom.. May God bless your dear soul and I pray your spirit is always present with your family

 

Meredith Andersen Udoibok posted on 2/23/19

Moe and family, We are very sad to hear this news about Patti. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Meredith Andersen Udoibok and family

 

Robert & Kathy Wente posted on 2/22/19

We will miss our daughter-in-law so very much. Her high energy, sweet smile, always able to get things done approach to life are lasting memories for us. Most of all we love her just because she was the love of our son, Moe's life!

 

 

Logan Hoskins posted on 2/22/19

Constant love and care. Too many memories to recall just one.

 

 

Chris Wilinski posted on 2/22/19

Patti was a tireless servant of Christ and always looked for ways to help people. I will always remember her as a wonderful woman and fellow Christian and pray for peace for her family and friends during this very difficult time.

 

Sharon Toosevich posted on 2/20/19

Dear Amy & family, I am so sorry for your loss, cherish those fond memories of Nick, you will be in my thoughts & prayers.

 

 

Carole M Leahy posted on 2/19/19

Dear John, Amy, and Andrew, Dan and I and family are sending our love and prayers to all of you. God bless you as you cherish your wonderful happy memories of Nick. With our heartfelt sympathy, The Leahy Family

 

suzette thomas posted on 2/18/19

HAPPY BIRTHDAY LOVE YOU I wish u were here it's going on 4 years and every day feels the same I miss you so much it hurts so bad family trying to stay together but not sure how much longer I love you mom happy birthday in heaven everyone says there is a reason I just don't know what it is and why

 

Chris C posted on 2/18/19

I would like to express my deepest sympathy to family and friends. May all of your good memories be greater than your sadness during this difficult time. (Isaiah 25:8)

 

 

Rayanna posted on 2/16/19

Me. Barnes class wouldn’t have been energetic as it was without you Nick.

 

Rose Brokop posted on 2/16/19

Amy, All of us on 5 west oncology are sending you and your family hugs and prayers during this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Kelli Sheehan posted on 2/15/19

So grateful I got to meet Nick at Aunti Bee’s funeral. What a lovely boy!!

 

 

Carolyn Carter posted on 2/15/19

I'm so very sorry John. You and your wife and family are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless you all

 

 

Carolyn Carter posted on 2/15/19

Oh John , you and your wife and family are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless you all.

 

Jolie Lay posted on 2/15/19

We met Barbara last April when my dad moved to Poet's walk. She always greeted us with her smile. We will miss seeing her. She had won our hearts. Jolie Lay, Jose Morell family

 

Sue Sonnenberg posted on 2/15/19

Dear Synko Family: Your son was always so polite, and a pleasure to have around. Our deepest condolences. Ian, Ryan and Sue Sonnenberg

 

 

Misha Grelak posted on 2/15/19

Nick Synko, Amy,John And Andrew, my deepest condolences eternal memory. Your son had that infectious personality he had everyone smile with his love of life.

 

Debbie Niego-VanRosendale posted on 2/15/19

My deepest heartfelt sympathy and prayers are with you.

 

Jeremy & Edie White posted on 2/15/19

We are so sorry for your loss and wish love and peace to all of you.

 

Irene Jacusis and family posted on 2/14/19

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your beloved son. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. ((HUGS))

 

Carolyn McCullough posted on 2/14/19

John, Amy and Andrew I have so many fond fun memories of the boys growing up. My prayers are with you and the family.

 

Linda Synko gentry posted on 2/14/19

My beloved nephew, so sudden, no goodbyes....I will always love you my dear smoochims...Aunt Linda

 

Janelle, Shelley and Dr. Gordon posted on 2/14/19

We only knew Nick in a professional setting, but he was sure one of our favorites. We are deeply saddened by your loss. We pray that your family finds some comfort in these difficult times.

 

Bob Ahlf posted on 2/14/19

Nick was a pleasure to see and have around the baseball fields. He always had a smile on his face and was able to put a smile on so many other faces he will truly be missed. I apologize for not being able to make it unfortunately I will be out of town for work but I speak for the entire Ahlf family when I say your family is in our thoughts and prayers

 

Timothy Etter posted on 2/14/19

May God bless you and keep you strong durring this difficult time. Nicky always made my day during the baseball season and loved having him as a player and great friend! I loved coaching him as well as enjoyed the energy he brought to his friends and teammates. He will be forever in my throughs and prayers.

 

Karen bravo posted on 2/14/19

Amy, my heart breaks for you. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you. Hugs to you my friend.

 

Cathy, Mark, Marcus & MacKenzie Torphy posted on 2/14/19

Our family sends you our love and heartfelt prayers. May memories of Nick and the love of family surround you and give you strength in the days ahead.

 

Cynthia & Mike Pepelea posted on 2/13/19

Carrie, I am so sorry that we were not able to personally convey our deepest sympathy to you and your family. May your memories of your beautiful Amanda bring you comfort at this most difficult time.

 

Kay E Howarth posted on 2/13/19

I met Amanda when we were just little kids, she had an amazing life, was kind, was very intelligent, and extremely talented on the soccer field. I remember her fondly and will continue to. Sending so much love to you all

 

Bill and Teresa Needles posted on 2/13/19

Mike and family, we share with you our most sincere condolences on such a tragic loss. We will pray for your strength and courage to move forward without Amanda in your daily lives.

 

Stephanie Yager and the IACC Board of Directors posted on 2/13/19

We are so very sorry for your loss. Please know that we are lifting you up in our thoughts and prayers.

 

John posted on 2/12/19

Rest in peace Nicole. It was a big shock and sad news!

 

Rich and Anita Domonkos posted on 2/12/19

Mike, Our sincere condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Rita Jackson posted on 2/12/19

My thoughts are will you.

 

Scott Gray posted on 2/12/19

Carrie, Danny, and Family I am so sorry for your loss of Amanda. She was such a great friend and I was so lucky to be the boy down the street from her growing up. She really was every boys dream of who the girl down the street would be. She was so beautiful, funny, smart, caring, witty, and athletic. I will cherish all of the memories we made together. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers

 

Maria Garza posted on 2/11/19

I had the privilege of getting to know this wonderful woman,she sure stole our hearts at poets walk,we all are going to miss her beautiful eyes and her contagious smile.

 

Bill Gray posted on 2/11/19

I have great memories of my Aunt Barb from when I was a child. She liked to tease me ever since I brought those eggs to her house, but it was all in good fun! I will miss her.

 

Sharon Gray posted on 2/11/19

I will miss her smile and contagious laugh! She was a fun person to be around! So sorry for your loss Donna.

 

June Kincius posted on 2/11/19

Carrie and family, we are so sorry for your devastating loss. May God comfort you all. June and Steve Kincius

 

Rocharda Moore Morris posted on 2/11/19

Our pray is that the love of God will hold you and your family during this difficult time. Our hearts and our prayer are with you. Love Rocharda, Thomas and Clarence

 

Fr. Lukas Ouda posted on 2/11/19

May you rest in peace Amanda, and may God comfort your loved ones.

 

Barbie Ostrowski posted on 2/11/19

Carrie, Danny and Mike: My sympathies to all of you. Amanda will be greatly missed my prayers and thought are with all of you.

 

Kathy Webb posted on 2/11/19

So sorry for your loss Carrie, I hope you can find comfort in your memories and your granddaughter.

 

JAMES PETREE posted on 2/11/19

I am very sorry to hear of your families loss Mike. Please accept my condolences and prayers for Amanda to find peace and your family to find comfort in the days ahead.

 

Quintin Butler posted on 2/11/19

You were a great friend and someone who looked out for everyone. You will be missed.

 

Lynette McDermott posted on 2/11/19

May God Bless you and grant you peace. May your memories of Amanda last a lifetime of her smile and love she had for you. Peace be with you

 

Guillermo & Eva Rivera posted on 2/11/19

We send our condolences to you and the family. Praying for peace and healing during this time.

 

 

Darla posted on 2/10/19

R.I.P. Amanda. You were such a lovely person. Prayers for the family.

 

Deb Comerford posted on 2/10/19

Carrie, No words can describe how heartbroken I am for you and all of your family. I pray all your beautiful memories of Amanda bring you peace, comfort and strength.

 

Cheryl Photenhauer posted on 2/10/19

Carrie,Mike,Vivian,Dan, Please accept my condolences. Amanda was such a beautiful soul. Kelly and I are so sorry. Know that she is in heaven with Rich.

 

Aunt Judy Egan posted on 2/10/19

Amanda will surely be missed. You were loved by so many. I for one will be forever grateful that you were a part of my life. You always were a no nonsense, tell it like it was, loving person. My deepest sympathy to Mike and that beautiful daughter, Vivian. I will always keep you close to my heart.

 

Cyndy posted on 2/10/19

Carrie & family, I am so sorry for the loss of Amanda. I am praying for you. You are in my thoughts.

 

Lenny Weiss posted on 2/10/19

I am just so so sorry to hear this. Very sad for you, Amanda, your family, and the Munster community. We wish all the peace and comfort to all of you that is possible.

 

Jen Scherer posted on 2/10/19

Amanda, where do I begin; you are such a sweet, giving soul. From the moment I met you back in the early 2000s you immediately won me over. You were so beautiful, I’ve never known anyone to be as equally beautiful inside as they were on the outside. I was in awe of your hard work and determination as well as the love you had for your family. The world will forever be a different place without you. You are in aspiration to so many people and your legacy will forever carry on. I know your dad was there to welcome you with open arms. May you shine as bright in heaven as you did on this earth. Rest In Peace beautiful.

 

Joy Tormon posted on 2/10/19

We seldom just met at work since you we were working night shift but you were a great nurse and a great person! So bubbly, positive, strong and caring.I pray for the strength,peace and comfort to the whole family and close friends in this difficult time..You will be missed Amanda...Rest in peace in the Kingdom of heaven..

 

robin and paul bralower posted on 2/10/19

we are sorry for your lose i am danny and emily schwabs aunt and uncle

 

 

Bridget & Max Kipfer posted on 2/10/19

Memories of a spunky, loving, driven and courageous young woman, wife, mother, daughter and cousin to our daughters. We celebrate your life, Amanda!

 

Beverly Nowak posted on 2/10/19

I am so deeply sorry for the passing of your daughter I never met her but knew of her thru Cindy and John I send my prayers and blessings to you and your family May Gods Blessings be with all.

 

David Jaroszewski posted on 2/10/19

With Deepest Sympathy & Prayers to you & your family.

 

Kristen Adley and family posted on 2/10/19

Sending you all so much love ❤️❤️

 

Helene posted on 2/10/19

I’m devastated for your family. Amanda was truly an amazing person! I was honored to be one of her nurses! She was a true inspiration to me! Deepest Sympathy.

 

Laura Morando posted on 2/10/19

My deepest sympathies to you all. May God hold you and comfort you as you go thru this journey. May the happiest and love you shared suround you always, giving you the most precious memories.

 

Dixie Miller posted on 2/10/19

I am truly sorry to hear of your loss. I really adored Amanda she had such goals in life and she accomplished many. She was a great student that I had the honor to not only teach and help her in the right direction. But she was a good friend. Recently asked for my help in another goal she was planning. May God keep you strong . Bless this family lord. My prayers will continue.

 

Diana Rodriguez posted on 2/10/19

So sorry to hear about your wife’s passing. May your cherished memories give you peace.

 

 

Isabel and Now Escobedo posted on 2/10/19

My deepest sympathy to you and your family Mike. We are here for you. God Bless you .

 

Rick Long posted on 2/10/19

So very sorry Mike to hear of your loss. May God be with you and your family

 

Jesus Martinez posted on 2/10/19

So sorry for your loss, Amanda will always be remembered in our hearts.

 

jerome suroviak posted on 2/10/19

I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Brandon H. posted on 2/10/19

Amanda was one of my nurses during my transplant and recovery I'm Chicago. She was an awesome nurse, but became a friend and family. My condolences to her husband, daughter, and rest of her family! God bless you all!

 

Vickie Rakich posted on 2/10/19

May you and your families be comforted during this time of sorrow. In His Peace

 

Vickie Rakich posted on 2/10/19

So, sorry Mike for your loss-she is in the presence of Jesus in His Peace. May you your daughter be comforted during this time of sorrow. Mom of Amanda as well. Carrie (((Prayer Hugs))) Praying for you and your families in Jesus Name.

 

Susan Goodreau posted on 2/10/19

The moment I met you all you became my American family. Amanda was such a firecracker. I was unable to visit as much as I would have liked to but you were always in my heart and prayers. The many wonderful memories Amanda left your family will forever be with you. Sleep well Amanda!

 

Stephanie (Coulis) Zevitas posted on 2/10/19

Amanda was a kind and incredibly warm person who I will always remember with love. Although we haven’t spoken in many years, I will cherish our memories from the Munster High School soccer team. I always admired Amanda for her leadership both on and off the field. My family and I express our deepest condolences for the Repay and Diombala families. May her memory be eternal through all of you and her beautiful daughter, Vivian.

 

Stephen Joseph Enger posted on 2/10/19

Amanda Mander as Richie would lovingly call her. That beautiful little snot, Who when the going got tough, she got rough. A beautiful, loving, wise woman An advocate to those in need A friend to enjoy A sister to irritate A daughter to celebrate A wife to love A mother to be missed. God’s blessing to us all A steady hand in troubles A smiling beauty to jest with A force to depend on A wit to fear A mind to respect A heart to submit to A presence to amuse A friendship to relish A woman to be grieved Whose life we must all continue with.

 

Laura Zubrik posted on 2/10/19

My sincerest sympathies and prayers go out to the Family. May God guide you and give you the strength during this difficult time.

 

Jaime Martinez posted on 2/10/19

I am so sorry for your loss. Amanda will never be forgotten.

 

 

Melva brown posted on 2/10/19

A wonderful nurse and great personality I will miss u emecely.

 

Leslie Campbell posted on 2/10/19

Mrs. Carrie my Prayers are with you during this difficult time I Pray that God with give you guidance...

 

Maritza Lopez posted on 2/10/19

My sincerest condolences and prayers are with you. I'm praying for you to have peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart.

 

Jessica Blake posted on 2/10/19

I haven't spoken to Amanda or seen her in years, we were college roommates and friends at IPFW and we had a great time and great memories! She was such a good person and I was so happy to watch her grow into this great women when we reconnected on FB. R.I.P Amanda and I will pray for your family at this time!

 

Denise Ryan posted on 2/10/19

Our Condolences to the family.

 

Eve Gomez posted on 2/9/19

My deepest sympathy.. so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you and family. May the Lord bring you peace, strength and comfort during these difficult moments. May she rest in peace.

 

Melanie posted on 2/7/19

Many condolences on the death of your dear loved one. Our loving heavenly Father, whose name is Jehovah, gives us many scriptures to give us comfort during this time. One of those is the promise of no more death in the future. That promise is found at Revelation 21:4; "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." We also have the future promise of the resurrection to see our loved ones again in a Paradise earth (John 5:28-29, Psalms 37:29). May these and other scriptures you find give you peace. jw.org

 

 

Pat & Jim posted on 2/6/19

God Blessed us with such a wonderful brother. Always willing to lend a hand, help solve a problem, make someone laugh, or just talk. A piece of our hearts have gone to heaven with you. You will always be remembered with love.

 

Lynne L Pierson posted on 2/6/19

Tom, only you and I will ever get this joke - "empty tote" "look - it's an empty tote". I will miss you so much but I will always think of you and always remember you. I promise to get my tail light fixed and every time I have a donut I will have it in your honor. Your sense of humor, your smile and your kindness will be sorely missed. This morning I drove past your favorite digital bill board - you know the one you would give me safety tips from but pretend they were your ideas - and of course I chuckled - again only you would understand. I will always re-tell your "broken television story" from your family vacation since it always made me laugh. I pray your family will have strength to get through the pain of having to say good bye to you and hopefully their happy memories with you will keep them strong. You will always be in our hearts at Valvoline.

 

Jessie Simon posted on 2/6/19

I will always remember Tom as so willing to pitch in and help others using his great array of life experiences. Kind-hearted to the max, he was a friend. My prayers are for the family in this time of home-going.

 

Julie Kube posted on 2/5/19

I am so sorry to hear about Tom's passing. I wish your family peace and comfort during this time.

 

Thomas A Carver posted on 2/5/19

Mom, I miss you so much and wish I could talk to you and get your help through things. I never realized how much I counted on your support and guidance until I lost you. I love you, Mom.

 

Kelly Duncan Valvoline Lexington posted on 2/5/19

I am so sorry to hear the passing of Tom. I enjoyed working with him over the years. One of a kind gentleman

 

Diane Voight Spoljoric posted on 2/4/19

Mary, I am so sorry to hear of the death of your husband. My prayers are with you and your family. My heart is heavy for you. He is so young. My condolences. Diane Voight Spoljoric

 

Gloria and Todd Stahlhut posted on 2/3/19

Ryan and Rachel - Todd and I are very sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers

 

Jeff Ciastko posted on 2/3/19

So sorry to hear about your loss. So many good memories working along side him at our families shop.

 

Karen Tilka posted on 2/2/19

So sorry for your loss. Marty will be remembered in our thoughts, hearts and fun the memories growing up. Such a good/fun friend. He will be missed.

 

 

Lilly Furman Carpenter posted on 2/1/19

With deepest sympathy on the passing of your father and sending you all healing prayers. I have fond memories of your Dad and how fun he was when we spend summers in your backyard pool. He may be gone but the memories are in your hearts forever

 

 

LILLIAN Furman Carpenter posted on 2/1/19

So sorry to hear that your father passed away and Have fond memories of how fun he was when we were kids on McLaughlin street. He may be gone but the memories are forever treasured in your heart ❤️. With sincere sympathy and healing prayers to you all .

 

Bobbi Reyes posted on 2/1/19

Remembering the auto diagnostician!! So sorry for the loss of a great and fun guy!

 

 

Debi & Dan Stahl posted on 2/1/19

So sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with the family.

 

 

Connie Burke posted on 2/1/19

My thoughts and prayers to the Benson Family.

 

MAGGIE STOTTS posted on 2/1/19

MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS. RON WAS OUR PAPER BOY AND WE MET UP AGAIN AT BLUE TOP. HE WAS ALWAYS A PLEASURE TO BE AROUND. REST IN PEACE RON.

 

Steven S. Surrett posted on 1/31/19

Ron was great fun and one of the dudes!! He always had a look on him.. he was a hot ridding tire burning S.O.B. I hope I’m that cool after 50 years and on.. hugz Ryan And Rachel

 

Sherry A. Franciski posted on 1/31/19

Mike, May God bless you and your family. Thank you for being there for me and mine when we were in need. Thinking of you. Sherry Lear Corp. UAW Vice President Local 2335

 

 

Sandra (Kuipers ) Shakespeare posted on 1/31/19

My dear schoolmate and friend Betty, I am saddened for you and your family as I read of Jerry's passing. You look so happy together in your pictures. I was just thinking of your beautiful wedding a few days ago and all the years in between us. Jerry was always a good guy when we were in our hay days together. I know he will be sorely missed by all. My deepest love and prayers for you and your family at this difficult time.

 

Elfriede Thrush Hugel posted on 1/30/19

I am so sorry to read about Karen's brother. He was much too young to leave this world. My deepest sympathy and prayers for the family.

 

Deborah Martin posted on 1/30/19

I worked with Ruben for many years. He was such a good person. Praying for the family.

 

Frank A Mallek posted on 1/30/19

In Memory and gratitude for Timothy, who lived a life dedicated to both family and country. He will be missed yet, by faith, we entrust his soul to Christ of Divine Mercy! Mercy!

 

SUSAN SHELLAR posted on 1/30/19

i recall many years ago sitting across from my late sister, Claudia, and Ron at a dinner party and enjoying listening to their rambling happily from one topic to the next like long lost buddies. It is my last memory of Ron mostly because of geography but I am happy to recall it. i am very sorry for this loss in the lives of those close to him.

 

Dolores and Rudy Bufanio posted on 1/30/19

I am so sorry to hear about Kevin's passing. Our condolences to all your family.

 

Joyce Mehgan posted on 1/30/19

Prayers and Blessings to Tim and his family! He'll be your Angel in Heaven now. From the Mehegan Family.....Patrick and Joyce

 

Jennifer Jenkins posted on 1/30/19

Sorry for the passing of your Dad, prayers for you and the family, we love you!! Reggie, Jennifer and Jakob

 

Vicky Gossett posted on 1/30/19

My heart & prayers are with you & your family Michelle, reach for God's guidance, stay strong.

 

Andrew M. Habzansky posted on 1/30/19

Rest in Peace old friend from St. Columba and GWHS. So happy to reconnect with you recently

 

David Halas posted on 1/30/19

May you Rest in Peace my friend. I will miss you.

 

Sandi Riegler posted on 1/30/19

I never had the pleasure of meeting Kevin and I am so very sorry to learn of his sudden passing. As a believer, I do know that he has looked upon the face of our Lord and has been reunited with his Mom, his nephew Mark, and other relatives and friends who are at eternal rest. I pray for all the Benson family, especially his two children and grandchild and ask that He give you comfort in the days ahead.

 

Michelle posted on 1/29/19

My heartfelt condolences to the Lubert family. Please be comforted in knowing God cares for you and will help you in your time of need. (1 Peter 5:7) With deepest sympathy, Michelle

 

Michelle posted on 1/29/19

My heartfelt condolences to the Benson family. May God’s loving kindness comfort and help your family through this difficult time. (Psalm 119:50, 76)

 

JoAnn Gorski posted on 1/29/19

There's a place within our hearts where glimpses of our loved ones and happy times are found, you only have to go that place to find the strength to carry on and realize they are never really gone. Though words can do so little to comfort you we hope that prayers will help support you at this time. Deepest sympathies

 

 

Alicia Kidd posted on 1/29/19

In Loving Memory of My Rubie Cue

 

Alicia Kidd posted on 1/29/19

My Dearest Brother, I Bless You in Peace and Thankful you are no longer in pain. My Life will never be the same without you, I Love You with All MY HEART, Always and Only Sister. ❤

 

Joe & Ma. Isabel Rivera posted on 1/26/19

Dear Angelita: You have shown us Love, brought us Joy, and made us Laugh, have giving us the lasting gifts of a Beautiful Life and Sweet Memories to hold within our hearts forever Our Lord keep you in His Glory. Rest in Peace and our prayers for the Family.

 

JOe Rivera posted on 1/26/19

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Linda (Stayton) Wade posted on 1/26/19

I was very sorry and sorry to be late to let you know about how I feel of passing from a wonderful cousin. So glad I was able to give Jerry a picture of his mother Helen Wasson Springer. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Linda (Stayton)Wade

 

 

Kris Russell posted on 1/25/19

Loved by so many!

 

Linda Pettis posted on 1/24/19

So sorry for your loss, my thoughts and prayers is with you and your family

 

Carol Lynn Karlicek posted on 1/23/19

Betsy and family, so sorry for your loss and struggles over the last few months. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Carol Lynn

 

Reynaldo Hernandez posted on 1/23/19

My deepest condolences to the family. Met Ed at Nexeo. Had a lot of fun arguing and teasing each other. Going to miss you and that smirk Until we meet again RIP my teamster brother.

 

JoAnn Gorski posted on 1/23/19

When we lose a loved one here on earth we gain an angel in heaven to watch over us. Take comfort in knowing you have another angel watching over you. Our deepest sympathies

 

Mary (Bahr) Kennedy posted on 1/23/19

Our deepest sympathy. Our family remembers Mrs. Benson from the 60s and 70s and what a wonderful woman she was. May she rest in peace.

 

Bart Caldara posted on 1/22/19

I met Ed on the docks in Elk Grove, we were drivers for competing companies. We always had great conversations and big laughs waiting to be unloaded. Our customers and myself all miss Ed greatly. My strongest condolences to the family and all who knew and loved him. Rest in peace my friend.

 

Susan and Joe posted on 1/22/19

Ed, you fought a good fight and you had so many family and friends by your side. Unfortunately is was your time to go, but that doesn't make it easy for all of us left here. You were a fabulous brother-in-law. We shared lots of good times together and our memories will always be with us. We will always be there for Betsy, Nick and Anna and we will talk about you often. Peace to you.

 

Bernard Davis posted on 1/21/19

My dear Brother Ed. Our Masonic fraternity brought our paths together, albeit for a short period of time. I am glad to have known your generous spirit. Rest easy my Brother.

 

Carlos Hernandez posted on 1/21/19

We at st.Kevin's all loved our teacher miss Benson,she truly was a genuine person and we will miss her dearly even after all these I still remember her sweet nature and the love she had for all.

 

Cheko peralta posted on 1/21/19

I just wanted to say Sorry for your loss...Ed was a great man..I knew him a few years because of work. Always put a smile on my face. He will be greatly missed. Rip

 

Kevin & Kathie Kahle posted on 1/21/19

It’s so hard to say goodbye! You were such a special friend in our lives for so many years. We have wonderful memories! Game nights (with you being my partner), fun times in Michigan, concerts, vacations, family New Years Eves and so many more fun times! Next time I see a fish jump in the pond, I’ll think of you and know you caught a big one! I’ll be here for Betsy’s! Much love! Kevin and Kathie

 

Michael Adddison posted on 1/21/19

You helped me to move on to another truck driving job as I was looking for confirmation to leave Nexeo and you provided me that.I just wish I could have thanked you again.Sleep peacefully Ed.....to the family Remember everything you can about Ed and let your memories bring you joy.

 

Don & Pat Sikich posted on 1/21/19

Sending our loving thoughts and deepest sympathy to the entire family. May you treasure all of the memories her life has brought to each of you.

 

PAUL GARNER posted on 1/20/19

Well SPARKY it was a long journey. We argued a lot ,we shared a lot and we laughed a lot.The last thing I remember telling you was to hang in there and that's exactly what you did . So I guess you got the LAST LAUGH after all Lol . RIP SPARKY THANX FOR THE MEMORIES

 

cornelious miller posted on 1/20/19

Only knew Ed a couple years but Ed was always there to lend a hand or advice to me. He was a great person who will be missed in this world.

 

Billy Durkin posted on 1/20/19

So sorry to hear of your loss,just heard Sunday afternoon. Mary and I feel your loss

 

JETHROE SMITH posted on 1/20/19

My friend. My Masonic brother. Enjoy heaven and say hello to Bob.

 

Donna Shoap posted on 1/20/19

Rest In Peace Cousin Eddie. I will cherish all our memories as children growing up. God has another Angel. See you again in God’s Perfect Timing.

 

The DeSalvo Family posted on 1/20/19

We’ve been so lucky to have Ed as a neighbor and friend for the past 20 years. He was a genuinely kind person. While relieved he is at peace, he will be greatly missed by all of us.

 

Herbert F Priebe posted on 1/20/19

Ken was a straight shooter. I knew Ken through Volleyball officiating and our many conversations about Golf. He was always passionate about getting it right. May Almighty God's perpetual light shine upon Ken forever and and ever Amen!

 

 

Linda Walker posted on 1/20/19

RIP my beloved cousin - you will be greatly missed by all who knew you

 

LESTER E. ENGELBRECHT posted on 1/19/19

I had the privilege of knowing and working with Ken Gust for over 30 years. He was a man of great intelligence, keen wit and absolute integrity. As a math teacher, Ken worked very well with students, especially the gifted ones. One lesson which became an annual tradition, was Ken's teaching the concept of a million. For days, Ken had his students fill up sheets of graph paper with dots and then he pasted them all up covering practically every inch of wall space in the classroom.. When done, every student in all his classes understood the concept of a million through the evidence of their own eyes. I used to kid Ken by telling him that that was the only time of year he ever decorated his bulletin board. Besides being an excellent teacher, Ken was a dedicated and able advocate for teacher rights. His work as president of the Arbor Park Education Association and as a negotiator raised the economic benefits and protections for teachers to new highs in School District 145. Ken's was a shrewd and gifted negotiator who, year after year, delivered better contracts for the District. Ken Gust was truly "of the old school." He had a finely honed sense of right and wrong. And if Ken disagreed with you, he was not shy about letting you know it. When Ken took a position you knew it was based on sound judgment and cold logic. Along those lines, it was clear to even the simplest school administrator that Ken had standards which he would not tolerate being violated. Throughout his career, Ken fought passionately for his standards, no matter what the cost. Most remarkable about Ken was his loquaciousness on practically all subjects. Whether it the state of the GOP or handicapping the Stanley Cup favorites, Ken always was willing and able to share an insightful opinion. Ken was a good man. I will miss him.

 

Cathy Carson posted on 1/17/19

I am so very sorry for your loss. Dr. Hadidian and his group back in 1971 saved my Daddy, Don Carson. Daddy went on to live 28 years after his surgery. Dr. Hadidian was mentioned by by my family all thru the years ad s loving caring man. I will always remember him and Thank God Everyday for him and his group. God Bless all of you.

 

 

Milica Pešaković posted on 1/16/19

Lidija Prodanovich Cole and family and George Prodanovich and family , Sorry for the loss of your lovely Mom Nada. Stay strong in this difficult time. May God help you through this difficult time, Nada will be missed. She was our dearest friend for many, many years. Rest In Peace. Memory Eternal. Počivaj u Miru Božijem. Večnaja Pamjat! Milica and Zoran Pešaković of Third Lake, Illinois

 

 

Milica Pesakovic posted on 1/16/19

Lidija Cole and George Prodanovich Our condolences on passing of your dear Mom Nada. She was a great and dearest friend for many years. God will give you support and healing at this difficult time Stay strong through this difficult time. Memory Eternal! Večnaja Pamjat! Milica and Zoran Pešaković of Third Lake, Illinois

 

Robert Hasserjian posted on 1/14/19

My deepest condolences. We will miss Henry very much.

 

Mucha family posted on 1/14/19

It saddened our hearts to hear that you had gone. Deepest condolences

 

Mike Yekich posted on 1/14/19

Our deepest sympathy to brother-in-law Jimmy his sisters Darlene and Jackie and the entire family. Your in our prayers God bless all of you .

 

Roni Johnson posted on 1/14/19

Wishing you peace to bring comfort, the courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart

 

George Yekich posted on 1/13/19

My Condolences to the family of Mrs Urbanczyk. My brother in law Jimmy and sister Chicky. My thoughts and prayers are with you at such a difficult time.

 

 

Mandy posted on 1/13/19

Rest In Peace Henry. You are greatly missed.

 

Ms. Laura Dion-Jones Casey posted on 1/12/19

Joanne & I shared more than only one common bond, most importantly the love of her wonderful brother, John. We both attended CVS, were excellent hairdressers & loved dogs more than most people. I’m sure all JoJo’s beloved dogs greeted her in Heaven. God bless you all. Joanne will be dearly missed by all.

 

Stephen H. Merjanian posted on 1/12/19

Dear Carol and Family, we have to endure with patience the hardship of the trail. For the believers, when this journey is over, the Bible promises that we will see God face to face and live with Him forever.     May God bring you comfort in your grief and hope in the resurrection. With Our Deepest Sympathy, Stephen and Margo Merjanian

 

Nancy A Adams posted on 1/12/19

Will always remember how beautiful, talented and funny you were.

 

 

the Khachadurians posted on 1/12/19

We will miss him!

 

Gregory Alexander posted on 1/12/19

Joan was a dear friend of mine and will miss her .

 

Laura Layman (Findeisen) posted on 1/9/19

Eileen and Paul, I'm very sorry to learn of your moms passing. I remember her and you dad well.

 

Carlene wolfe posted on 1/9/19

I’m a friend of Linda’s. I am so sorry for your great loss, you are in my prayers

 

John Vega posted on 1/9/19

I learned of this by conducting a Google search of my own name. Juan was married to my mother Barbara and is my biological father that I hadn't seen in over 40 yrs. I am sorry to hear this because I imagined at some point I would see him again. I am sorry for your loss and will hopefully one day get an opportunity to know some of you.

 

Kenneth Brown posted on 1/9/19

We are deeply saddened by the Jerry’s passing, a good man who cared about his family. We will definitely miss seeing his happy face on special occasions in the future, but are very thankful to have been able to know him in the time that we had. - Ken and Gilda Brown

 

Lisa Marie Pallotto posted on 1/9/19

Condoglianze a tutti in famiglia. Vince and Maria Pallotto and family

 

Michael Benko posted on 1/8/19

My condolences to the Kerins family. I have fond memories growing up in Lansing, IL with the Kerins brothers. Rest in peace my friend.

 

Rosie Luna posted on 1/8/19

I am truly sorry to hear of your loss Linda, my thoughts are with you and yours. A good soul has now ascended to heaven.

 

Cari Nichols posted on 1/8/19

Linda and family, I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers.

 

Luigi & Romanina Ricchiuto (nee Del Sangro) & family posted on 1/8/19

Our sincere condolences to the Del Sangro family. Mario was a man of great integrity and well respected. We have fond memories of our cousin and he will be missed by all. May he now rest in peace.

 

Mount Carmel High School posted on 1/8/19

The thoughts and prayers of the Mount Carmel High School community are with your family during these days. May the saints of Carmel welcome Gerald into God's eternal embrace and may Our Lady of Mount Carmel wrap you in the mantle of her love & care.

 

 

Bob and Christy Stearns posted on 1/7/19

Jerry will be missed by so many of us. He was more than a co worked he was a friend that had a big heart. Jerry truly loved his family and would always talk of them being the proud dad and husband that he was. We will miss Jerry and he will live forever in our hearts and memory. We are keeping the family in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Andrew Potocki posted on 1/7/19

The first time I remember meeting him was at your lake house on the way to the Michigan football camp. I remember him telling us to take the scooters down to the lake, which I thought was the coolest thing ever. Stay strong my friend...

 

Laura (Paganelli) Pishnak-Sylvia posted on 1/7/19

Dear Sons of Carol Jean: I was friends with your Mother since we were in grade school at IC in EC. She and I were best friends all these years. I did get to visit her one time in Schererville many years ago. I haven't lived in Indiana since 1968. I spent many nights sleeping over when she lived on Baring when we were in grade school and when we went to Bishop Noll. I loved her like a sister and when I got my Christmas card back just today (we are now stationed in Germany) I said to my husband. OMG, something happened to Carol! I'm so sorry for the loss of your mom. She loved you boys so much and talked about you and the grands all the time. She was so talented as a quilter and I am lucky enough to have one of her quilts she made me, years ago (a Christmas quilt). Once again I'm so sorry for your loss and mine. Mine heart is broken and I shall always love her. Sincerely, Laura (Paganelli) Pishnak-Sylvia

 

Clemente & Anna Del Sangro posted on 1/5/19

C'est avec un grand regret et un très grande tristesse que nous avons appris le décès de notre cher oncle Mario. Nous partageons votre immense peine, et sommes de tout coeur avec vous. Sincères condoléances, Famille Clemente Del Sangro

 

Lina Stea posted on 1/4/19

To: Renata and Family, Our Deepest Condolences. Mario, our cousin, was a wonderful and talented man. We will miss him, our times together and think of him always. May he Rest in Peace. With all our love, Lina and Don Stea.

 

Bob Kuhn posted on 1/3/19

Mambourg family - Marsha and I are out of town and will not be able to pay our respects to your Dad and family. A truly great man and example for us all. What a pleasure it was for the Kuhn family to have the Mambourgs in our lives. You are all treasured friends. Our condolences - Bob & Marsha Kuhn

 

Lisa Marie Pallotto posted on 1/3/19

Zio Mario R. Del Sangro was a great man of integrity and a great artist. Beautiful Memories in Montenero, the scent of a fresh pine tree brought by Zio Mario and Zio Erminio at Christmas will never be forgotten. Our Zio Mario was a great musician, we recorded his music with(Celeste, Getulio, Giulio and Mario Scalzitti) in our home in Toronto, Canada and Chicago. Every Thanksgiving we displayed his wooden turkey that he gave us. We all have great memories of him. May He Rest in Peace surrounded with our love. Vince, Maria, and Lisa Pallotto

 

Barbara Stahura posted on 1/3/19

Dear cousins, I am deeply sorry for the loss of this man who was so dear to all of you. Please know that I am holding you all in my heart.

 

Roger & Sheila Ruiter posted on 1/3/19

So sorry for the loss of your father. Prayers for your whole family. Roger and Sheila Ruiter

 

Jean Lambert posted on 1/2/19

To my cousins Tom, Debbie, Lori and Mary Jean: My condolences to you and your families on the loss of your father, grandfather and father-in-law. He proved himself to be a fighter and wrapped his arms around life until he just couldn't anymore. He was blessed with a loving family. In return, he gave you his heart. While you are left to grieve him, please remember he is, at long last, happy and at peace in the company of his dear wife. May you all find comfort in his memory.

 

Tony & Leslie Gonnella posted on 1/2/19

Our deepest sympathies are with the Del Sangro family at this time of loss. Mario will always be remembered for his musical inspiration to generations who grew up admiring him and listening to his passion.

 

Marty Stahura posted on 1/2/19

Rest in peace Uncle Tuck Always enjoyed our visits while in town. Condolences to the family as I know he will be missed

 

John and Jan Greco posted on 1/1/19

Joan worked for Greco Nut & Candy for many years. When she retired she was sorely missed. She was kind to all she came in contact with. Our sincere sympathy to her children and entire family.

 

Linda Fetla posted on 1/1/19

This wonderful, sweetheart of a man. With his twinkling eyes and smiling face. No matter if he was having a good day, or bad. He had a smile whenever someone walked into his room at the hospital, where I had the honor of taking care of him on several occasions. As did we all on IWEST. We loved this man. I got to meet ALL of his family, he raised a terrific bunch. He cherished them all as they adored him. He will be missed by everyone who knew him. He will be with all of his family and friends forever in your hearts, keep all those memories alive and he will NEVER be far. GOD BLESS all of you, and I am SO VERY sorry for your loss of your sweetheart of a dad. Rest in Peace Tucker, love you Buddy.

 

suzette thomas posted on 12/31/18

I love u mom it's new years eve and it sucks cause Lynn not coming binky might not come mar won't answer me if she is going to act right I know if u were here u would fix it all but your not and it's getting worse sorry to dump have no one else I love you and miss you sorry

 

Mal Dixon posted on 12/31/18

Dear Kevin, Jean and I are saddened to hear of your mother's passing. Our deepest sympathies to you and your family.

 

Paul Beck posted on 12/30/18

Joan was a terrific person who was a hard worker and a generous Mom to all the kids in the neighborhood. Her endless energy and happy disposition made her a genuine pleasure to be with. Thank you for all the great things you've done in your life, Joan. You are a gem!

 

Gwenne & John Maiorca posted on 12/30/18

Mary was beautiful inside and out. We were so saddened by her illness and her passing - our deepest sympathies to her wonderful family. We cannot imagine how deeply she will be missed. Our love to you all - Gwenne & John Maiorca

 

Zach and Kerry Maiorca posted on 12/29/18

Our sincere condolences to the Stancy and Henry families. Mary was a warm and loving person and we were all saddened to learn of her illness and death. I knew her only as my good friend's sister and babysitter when young, but she was always a friendly and welcoming person and wonderful to speak with. Our best wishes go out to her friends and family.

 

 

Mary Kortas posted on 12/26/18

Mary and her family moved next door to me when she was just a little girl, and even than I knew she was somebody Special. I watched her grow up to be a beautiful, smart, caring teacher and a loving wife and mother. Mary was my babysitter, my daughters tutor, my bridesmaid, but most of all, a wonderful, loving friend. I have many memories of her that I will treasure and hold close to my heart. I have NO doubt that she had a direct flight to Heaven, and is now Wrapped In Our Lord’s Living Arms. Every time I look next door at her childhood home, I will think of her and remember all the good times we had together. RIP My Beautiful Friend, you will be missed by so many..... Until we meet again, I will forever hold you in my heart!!!❤️❤️❤️ Love, Mary

 

M.A.B posted on 12/23/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Henry family.

 

G posted on 12/23/18

Condolences to the Henry family, during this time of grief. May the God of all comfort, comfort you and give you the strength to endure. Soon all pain, suffering and death will be no more. (Revelation 21:3,4(

 

Beverly Manship posted on 12/21/18

So sorry to hear about your loss she was a wonderful and loving woman

 

Nancy J. Manuel-Lara posted on 12/21/18

God Bless you Mrs. Bracco, you were such a wonderful neighbor and friend, like family. You will be truly missed! May you rest comfortable in the hands of the lord while you are reunited with you loved ones. My deepest condolences Joann, Linda and family, God Bless!

 

Bill Maloney posted on 12/21/18

Mr. Mike Phillips, I’ll remember as a very kind man. His humility and caring always stuck with you after being with him. A gift like Mike can be no accident. Deepest condolences to his loving wife, Lenore, Jeanine, Matt, Mike and Jody and the grandchildren that he cherished.

 

 

Tom and Carrie Hart posted on 12/21/18

We are deeply saddened to hear of your loss. Are prays are with the Lyons Family.

 

Larry & Vanessa posted on 12/20/18

Dorothy, We know it hurts so much to loss your dear Kenny. We all know that he loved God and Jesus very much. Now you are the ones who needs to be comforted. And our God is up for the challenge. He reassures us of his love by giving us the hope of being reunited with our loved ones right here on a paradise earth with no more sickness or death. Dorothy this may be a new thought. That is why I am sending you a link to a one minute video that explains how this is possible. https://www.jw.org/en/publications/videos/#en/mediaitems/AllVideos/pub-imv_4_VIDEO Dorothy our thoughts and prayers go out to you at this most difficult time in your life.

 

Olivia Washington and Lonzie Washington posted on 12/18/18

Dear Dorothy, little Kenny and Charity, At 86 your aunt Olivia did not feel well enough to come from California for the services. I helped raise Kenny from a baby and was so proud when he found the Lord. Also, when he met Dorothy and had his family. Kenny was a prayer warrior for the Lord and I will miss our talks and prayers. Kenny, I love you, but God loves you more! Aunt Olivia

 

 

Brian Kenny posted on 12/17/18

It was once said, "There is no death, people die when we forget them." Aunt Theresa will never be forgotten as her love stands the test of time, she will always be with us. Surely a tressure, a quick-witted family matriarch who provided guidance, love and a zest for life. I will always be indebted to Aunt Theresa and Uncle Tom for opening their home to the Kenny’s when her brother lost his wife, and she lost a close friend. Always showing her love, knowing how we felt then spoiling me whenever she could. “Oh Boy” will she be missed.

 

Karen and John McDonnell posted on 12/16/18

Dear Lenore and Family, We enjoyed being around Mike at Family gatherings, Weddings, Graduations. He was always fun to be with and will be missed by all.

 

Gloria Kurbanick posted on 12/16/18

So sad to hear about my cousin Darlene. She will always remain special in my heart.

 

john Quinlan posted on 12/16/18

• Lenore and family we was saddened to hear the passing of Mike. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Mike was one of the truly nice people. We will always have fond memories of him. John and Donna Quinlan

 

Debra Goree and Pearson Family posted on 12/15/18

Cousin Debra I will always remember our living together at Grammy Josie. I know you're in Heaven.

 

Megan posted on 12/15/18

I am so sorry for your loss. May the words of our loving heavenly Father bring your family comfort and strength during this most difficult time as He promises to bring our loved ones back to life in a perfect world where there will be no more suffering or death (John 5:28-29 & Revelation 21:4).

 

Georgia Chambers posted on 12/14/18

God Bless you and the family at this difficult time. Hope it helps to know that God is holding your loved one in His arms and holding you in His heart. Thoughts and Prayers are with you and the family.

 

Cheryl Pheal posted on 12/13/18

So many memories....I always loved prayer time with Dorothy and Kenny. He was an awesome man of God and always pleasant and smiling. Rest in Heavens.

 

Harriet Jamison posted on 12/13/18

Prayers and condolences extended to Evang. Dorothy Stewart and family

 

Alex Andesron posted on 12/12/18

I'm sorry for your loss. A person with great love and caring was your dad .you carry all of his traits. May prayers are with you and your family. regards Alex Anderson

 

Jack and Julie Herschbach posted on 12/12/18

The years have gone so fast.And time with friends has slipped away. We are sincerely sorry to hear of Jim's passing.

 

Dave Decker posted on 12/11/18

I'll miss you! Sorry not to keep in touch, but you meant a lot to me!

 

Dave Decker posted on 12/11/18

Carl was a true friend, a character and my life was much fuller for knowing him! We have moved apart and I'm remiss in not keeping in touch,as a consequence I didn't know he was gone. but I did cherish our friendship! May , all the best.

 

Merry DiGiacomo posted on 12/11/18

My deepest sympathy to the Phillips family. Mike was a great guy and always a lot of fun. I know he will be missed by his friends and family. May his soul rest in peace.

 

Elizabeth Stoddart posted on 12/11/18

Deepest sympathy to Darlene's family. She was a wonderful person and friend.

 

Connie Thatch posted on 12/11/18

So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers being sent your way! May God Bless and Comfort you.

 

Cousin Diane Rapacz-MacKenzie posted on 12/9/18

I have lovely memories of Mary Ann.. she was truely a kind and lovely lady. Blessed are the pure of heart, for they shall see God. I was Maid of Honer to Patricia and Maurice's wedding in 1962, and I have very fond memories of our Tataren family. Memory Eternal...

 

 

Tammy Pacheco posted on 12/9/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time.

 

Laura Keslin posted on 12/9/18

Nana you touched my heart from the day I met you. I never had grandparents of my own, and you took me in from the first time I went to your house and drank a giant cup of wine and ate chorizo. You always made me feel like a real part of the family. Every time you introduced me to someone you would always say this is my granddaughter Laura - never an in-law. My children were so blessed to have many wonderful years with a super spunky great-nana. We will keep your memory alive every time we light the Christmas tree lights that you gave us our first Christmas together. Love you - Red.

 

Tommy, Laura, Tommy & Bryce posted on 12/9/18

Nana you will be in the hearts of Weirdo, Red, Crystal & Popeye forever. We never left your house hungry, without a hug and kiss or without hearing you say LOVE YOU!

 

Elizabeth Flores posted on 12/9/18

She was a beautiful woman of God so generous and compassionate. Darlene will be missed.

 

Tom & Marla Smallman posted on 12/9/18

Our deepest sympathy.

 

 

Janeen Saunier posted on 12/9/18

“God looked around his garden and found an empty space. Then he looked down upon this earth and saw your tired face. He put his arms around you and lifted you to rest. God’s garden must be beautiful. He only takes the best.”

 

Dee Murphy posted on 12/9/18

Darlene was a beautiful woman of God! ✝️

 

PETER J MIKSICH JR posted on 12/9/18

She was my Dad's first cousin. He stood up at her Wedding

 

PETER J MIKSICH JR posted on 12/9/18

She was my Dad's first cousin. Lived at 4759 Drummond Street in East Chicago in 1940. I don't know her birthdate.

 

Randy and Kathie Loser posted on 12/8/18

We met "Nana" when our son joined the family. Her quick wit and tendency to say what she thought was refreshing. Her love for her family was a blessing. May God be the family.

 

Tammy Davidson Redman posted on 12/8/18

My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

Rocket J posted on 12/8/18

I believe that God gave us certain people in our lives to keep us in line and to make us laugh, she was one of those people! Much love and we will meet again in heaven one day.

 

Linda Alonzo posted on 12/8/18

Aunt Lola you will be greatly missed by everyone who knew you. One of your favorite nephews Michael E. Alonzo is very happy to see you now. You were one of his very favorite people in the world.May you be flying high in heaven now...........

 

Amanda Ferlmann posted on 12/8/18

We are lucky to be friends with Dr. & Mrs. Mason & the wonderful family they created. Singing around the kitchen table, visits to the cottage, Thanksgiving parties, Phyllis knew how to feed a crowd and make you feel welcome. When entertaining I ask myself “What would Phyllis do?”. A beautiful lady with a beautiful family to to continue her legacy. Thanks, Mrs Mason! Love, the Ferlmann’s

 

 

Kathleen Ann Clark posted on 12/7/18

Always made you laugh. Love you Aunt Dolores

 

Bill Dinnin posted on 12/5/18

To all of the Mason Clan, Very sorry to hear of Phyllis's passing. I had a chat with her at the Village Green this past summer. As always, she had a smile on her face and a twinkle in her eye. Bill Dinnin

 

Ted Harry posted on 12/4/18

We are so sorry for your loss. When this happens in our family we need more than human strength. God and his Son can provide what we need. Please review these scriptures : John 5:28-29 “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice 29 and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, and those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.” Revelation 21:4 “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.”

 

Roseann Sturtridge posted on 12/2/18

Our condolences to Jack and the Weichman family from Roseann and Dick Sturtridge and family.

 

Jimmie Carroll posted on 11/21/18

Dr. George was a good friend and a person that loved God, his family and his Country. It was a pleasure knowing him and at peace with the fact he was a dedicated Christian gentleman.

 

suzette thomas posted on 11/20/18

I think I'm broke and I can't fix it u know what I'm talking about because u know everything is it my fault I don't believe it is but I'm broke over it I can't fix it I can't tell no one it hurts it hurts bad that it could happen I love u mom I wish u was here to give me something some kind of advise that why I say this family is over because we can't even talk to each other no more God I miss u so much well I complained enough talk later love u

 

suzette thomas posted on 11/20/18

My heart is breaking I can't fix it family is done I'm so sorry I can't do it no more I know family is important but I can't seem to do it right any more I'm sorry I love u and miss u terably but I can't do nothing more I can't even make binky talk to me I refuse to give I I'm so done u new this would happen I'm tired I just want to give up I love u and miss u I'm so so sorry

 

Kathy molina posted on 11/18/18

Mel you will be missed!! I will never forget our silly conversations and our rants about ach foods.

 

 

Ronald R. Gerling & Family posted on 11/15/18

Keeping the Andree family in our daily thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Lots of great memories from the neighborhood back when all of our children were growing up. With deepest sympathy

 

 

Ellen Leader posted on 11/15/18

I remember going to Disney World with Don. When we all got off the tram at one of the parks, he started running for the gate. He was so excited to be there!

 

Steve W Szany posted on 11/15/18

My condolences to Dick's Family. He was a mentor and a friend. I worked with him at Oak Forest Hospital for many years.

 

Eleanor Woods posted on 11/15/18

So sorry for you loss. Paulette was so talented and crafty. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

 

Dean Huelhorst posted on 11/15/18

Patrick, I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family through this difficult time.

 

Audra Bush posted on 11/15/18

My thoughts and prayers for peace are with you and your family in this difficult time.

 

Fran Glovack posted on 11/14/18

Arlene, so sorry to hear about Dick's passing. Presently in Arizona and unable to attend service. Played golf with Dick on several golf trips, a good man. He will be missed.

 

Lorine Buchino posted on 11/14/18

I am very sorry to hear about the passing of your father. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family during this difficult time.

 

Tammy Conover posted on 11/13/18

My dear friend Cindy~So Sorry for the loss of your Momma! May she rest in Paradise !!! Tammy Conover

 

Karen Gardner posted on 11/13/18

Dale and Becky and family - I am so very sorry for your loss. It makes no difference how old a parent is, He/she is always our parent and it hurts! I am keeping you all in my prayers.

 

Lori Duhoski posted on 11/13/18

You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Bill Prindle posted on 11/13/18

I am so sorry to hear about your Father, he is in a much better place now. I am praying for you.

 

Timothy Tinsley posted on 11/12/18

Sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family.

 

Thomas A Carver posted on 11/12/18

Happy Birthday Mom. We miss you so much. Until we meet again, we love you.

 

Cindy Haviza posted on 11/12/18

Dear Gutyan boys & families - just found out about your mom's passing. So sorry for your loss. Carol was a great person & I was honored to have worked with her. Blessings & prayers!

 

Tagh Arshami posted on 11/9/18

My deepest sympathy. I pray for God to give you patience and talorence during these hardest of times.

 

Chris and Pauline Gouliionis posted on 11/9/18

Our family is keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Mayra King posted on 11/8/18

Mike and I were friends during his years at Bishop Noll. All our time together was spent laughing. I am saddened by such a premature loss. My prayers are with his parents, siblings and children. May God lighten your hearts and bless you always.

 

Vera Dines-Whitlow posted on 11/7/18

So very sorry for your loss, Maureen and Ron, and family. My son , Jonathan, died one year ago on Oct. 21, 2017 in Houston. I remember when we met at ST. Margaret's Hospital when they were born. It's so odd how things work out, isn't it ? My daughter, Laura, died this year on May 30, 2018. Just thought you'd like to know since we had such a nice friendship many years ago My heart goes out to you and your families. Sending love and hugs for Michael and all of you.

 

 

Dianne T. Gerling posted on 11/6/18

Keeping the Repay family in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Lots of great memories of both of your parents growing up from helping us girls out in Girl Scouts / Catholic girls awards or on the baseball fields with the boys when we were all young. RIP Mrs Repay and forever watch over all your loved ones that you left behind.

 

Rev. Cheryl Rivera & Roberto Rivera posted on 11/6/18

May God comfort you and your family in the loss of your mother. I pray for your strength and peace during this trying time.

 

Laura Compton posted on 11/6/18

Sorry for your loss. I am the grand-daughter of Mike & Marge Repay. Our prayers are with you all.

 

Mary Salgado posted on 11/5/18

I'm so very sorry for your lost. Prayers to you and your family.

 

Michelle & Ray Plys posted on 11/5/18

So sorry for your loss, I will always remember the fun time we had in Vegas, with Mary & Jennifer. We will miss your quick wit & beautiful smile.

 

Marleen (Helmuth) Chiaravalle posted on 11/5/18

My deepest sympathies on the loss of your mother. May she rest in peace.

 

Pam Pazera posted on 11/5/18

Praying for family and friends in your time of loss. May memories give comfort now and in the days ahead.

 

 

barbara a wilson posted on 11/5/18

I always enjoyed talking to him,hes at peace now

 

 

Ms. Belinda Colo'n posted on 11/4/18

Mel was a very loyal friend and had a very good spirit he was always a good listener and a great talker always having conversations about back in the day with a smile on his face he will be so missed and his laughter was one of a kind yes one of a kind

 

Ms. Belinda Colo'n posted on 11/4/18

04 Nov 2018 My deepest condolences to the Emerson family may God bless you through this time of Sorrow Mel was not only my coworker for many years he was my dear friend and I will miss him every day

 

Donna Narancich Dettman posted on 11/3/18

Mel was a childhood friend. So sorry for guy your loss.

 

Diane Redvay posted on 11/3/18

I haven’t seen Mike since he was a boy, but I always remember him as a sweet, kind, loving boy, and so good looking. He was always quick to smile and help. My prayers are for him and his entire family.

 

Cheryl Vieth posted on 10/31/18

Alice and family; my sincerest sympathy to you all. Many your memories give you comfort. It was always a pleasure to be with your family in Door Co.

 

Tiffany Otis posted on 10/31/18

Have hope in knowing the dead is not conscience of nothing bad or good you’re mom is sleeping with no tears or pain. Hold on to all the wonderful memories of her.

 

Jerry & Mary Pontius posted on 10/29/18

Our sympathy to Alice and the girls. Russ was a much taller man than his physical height.

 

Linda Traff posted on 10/27/18

To a wonderful woman who I loved as a Mom and I will miss very much! Love you.❤️

 

Jessica posted on 10/26/18

For Grandma With Love Grandma just in case you don’t know , I want you to know it from me, You’re more special than words, You’re the heart of the family. We are blessed when you are beside us, And warmed by the glow of your smile, And lucky to share in your wisdom, When we sit and chat for a while. And Grandma, if I grow to be one hundred, I want you to know that it’s true, I will love you forever and ever, There’s no one more special than you. -Author Unknown-

 

Genecia Figueroa posted on 10/24/18

I miss you so much Welita. I will love you for the rest of my life and never forget the memories you instilled in Sophia and me. Sophia te quiere mucho Welita. Siempre voy recordarme de todos los bonitos recuerdos de ti. Te voy a extranar mucho y para siempre. I just love you so much Welita. There are no words to describe how I feel. MI ANGEL DE LA GUARDIA ERES TU WELITA!!

 

 

Janita Yurkonis posted on 10/24/18

Patricia's smile was as bright as the candle I'm lighting in her memory today. RIP Welita you will be greatly missed!

 

Lucy Cossyleon-Sanchez posted on 10/24/18

I will miss Tia Geno. She was the person I sought when my dad was stricken with cancer. She made him laugh, she made and brought him the food he loved and she was there - every step of the way until he died. God bless you Tia Geno. Rest in peace.

 

 

kraska family posted on 10/24/18

a memory of your dear love gone, a promise good things to come, one tear is sorrow for your pain, one tear is joy for Heaven,s gain.May you find comfort knowing God ,s promises never fail.

 

Ling Xiao posted on 10/23/18

Jeff, Stephanie and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time.

 

Eileen Magiera posted on 10/22/18

Carol was a good next door neighbor when we lived in Schererville 30 years ago, as our kids played together. Enjoyed our talks & lots of laughs. She had a great talent for quilt making. Condolences go out to the boys & her grandchildren.

 

Katie Allen posted on 10/22/18

Jeff, Stephanie & family, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts & prayers are with you at this most difficult time.

 

Joyce Lueder posted on 10/20/18

I am so sorry for your loss. I enjoyed the time I worked with Mary Lou. Prayers of comfort are being offered for the family.

 

Jackie garwood posted on 10/20/18

Mary Lou was a very lovely person and I will miss her.

 

Gerald Rouse posted on 10/20/18

Sincere sympathy for a valued neighbor.

 

Andrea Daliege posted on 10/20/18

Such a sweet person. I enjoyed having you as a part of the Wii Bowling group at Dyer Parks & Recreation.

 

Bryan Kendrick posted on 10/19/18

Leslie was the most wonderful and spiritual person my family has ever known. We would always ask for her, whenever we ate at Bakers Square. Our deepest condolences to her family. Love eternal.

 

 

Karen posted on 10/19/18

Prayers and condolences to all of Leslie's family and friends. She always had a smile on her face and was very kind. Rest in peace Leslie.

 

Nicole Reichert posted on 10/19/18

Leslie was an amazing friend and Co-worker! She always had a smile on her face at work! I will miss her dearly, thank you for training me on becoming a waitress, I will never forget you!

 

Alan & Eileene Kras posted on 10/17/18

“Aunt Leslie”: Miss Kitty, George Bush & Sonny & Morris Kras thank u for taking care of us, Alan & Eileene will miss u so much too, especially for his perfect Frittatas!

 

LeNore Murovic posted on 10/17/18

I lost my sister, my best friend since birth. I’m devastated and miss her terribly and always will. Miss and love you, Leslie. xo

 

Kathy Roth posted on 10/17/18

I was so shocked to hear of Leslie's passing. We met about 20 yrs. ago at Bakers Square. I would ask for her whenever I would go there. We became friends and hung out from time to time. Over the yrs. our lives got busy so I did not see her as much. My condolences to her family and her co-workers at Bakers Square for she worked there for over 30 yrs. Rest in peace Leslie

 

Debi M. Drog posted on 10/17/18

My condolence's to Leslie's Family & Friends. I met Leslie, about 9 yrs ago at Bakers Square, we hit it off, come to find out our birthday 's was 2 days apart, we were animal lovers. She was always there to talk too- I will always remember her sweet smile. RIP my dear friend, Leslie!

 

Freddy posted on 10/17/18

I am so affected by your passing dearest Linda. You are my favorite cousin, always have been and always will be. The memories of you, i, and our cousins playing as children on Butler Street. You and I were PaPa's favoites. You were always there for me no matter what ; I knew I always had you as a loving, forgiving and cheerful cousin. After your immediate family, i will miss you the most. It hurts so much Linda to read that you are departed from this earth, it just plain hurts. GOD BE WITH JACK, YOUR CHILDREN, YOUR GRAND CHILDREN, NIECES AND NEPHEWS.

 

Joe Murovic Jr posted on 10/17/18

Lost my sister and a good friend, Miss you Leslie....

 

 

Karen Cash posted on 10/16/18

Much love to you, Mary Lou. You are remembered and missed. Rest peacefully. Karen

 

Sue posted on 10/15/18

Leslie was a friend ~ someone I looked forward to seeing and talking to while dining at Baker’s Square. She always remembered my favorite pie for my birthday. I am deeply saddened by our loss of her.

 

kathy & rich sufak posted on 10/15/18

We requested Leslie every week at Baker's Square. We saw her as a friend, and couldn't believe it when we requested her last Saturday and were told what happened. Like her, we're animal lovers, so our conversation usually centered around pets. We have two shelter cats and a shelter dog. Leslie was so special, and the world was a better place because of her. As someone else mentioned, she did God's work and now His love surrounds her. She will be missed terribly.

 

Bob Padgett posted on 10/15/18

Danette- You have my Deepest Sympathy. We will keep you in our prayers.

 

cheryl ceko posted on 10/15/18

Leslie was not only a super waitress, but also an ardent animal lover. She helped homeless pets in many ways. She will sorely be missed by her animal loving friends, who have loved her for many years. Sympathy to her family and may she rest in the peace of God's unconditional love.

 

 

Carla Nieto posted on 10/15/18

LeNore, I am thinking of you and your family. Sending my love and many prayers. Please know that my heart is broken for you and your family.

 

Dick Lane posted on 10/14/18

My thoughts and prayers are with her boys and her grandchildren. My life is better for having known your mom.

 

joyce smith posted on 10/14/18

Leslie was a waitress of god, each and everyday she served the Lord serving others loved her more like a friend over 40 years i knew her a woman of love and compssion she touched everyone and loved her family and animals I miss you already

 

 

Elaine Howes posted on 10/14/18

Waited on us many times at Bakers Square. Always enjoyed talking to her. So sorry. Prayers to her family.

 

Herman Wallace posted on 10/13/18

My condolence to Bill's family. I had the pleasure of working with him and around him in the 021st district. A good Policeman and Person.

 

John Pellegrini posted on 10/13/18

Rest in peace Billy. You were always a class act and a true gentleman. You and Your partner Jerry were the best "hot" cars guys I've ever seen. Been an honor to work with you.

 

Julia E Huston posted on 10/12/18

Ed was the most wonderful man. He treated Danette's mother always as if she were his own. This amazing man will be missed.

 

 

P.O. Maureen A. Flisk- Sakalas posted on 10/12/18

God Bless You P.O. Billy Golon. We will miss you and cherish all the good times and laughs. You were a gift to all of us. Thank You.

 

Virgil Van Der Wey posted on 10/12/18

Very sorry to hear about Ed. Worked with Ed in the CR. He was never afraid to dig in and help if you needed it. Always an upbeat and happy guy. Will miss seeing him at the Christmas party and the picnic.

 

Mike Spodinok posted on 10/12/18

Well Ed, you helped make our jobs in Data Processing/IT the best all our years. We had a lot of good times at work and at play. I will miss you.

 

Judy Shimanek posted on 10/12/18

All the fun lunches, xmas parties, bowling, picnics, and ISMA dinners. Always showing the photos of his children and grandchildren and taking pictures at functions. So helpful with flat tires at work and always wanting to buy my old cars and remembering my birthday. Can't imagine work and life without Ed.

 

Carl Schmidt posted on 10/11/18

Ed was always a great help in the CR. His knowledge and willingness to get the job done were my benefit of a friend. A real competitor at the bowling alley or at anything he enjoyed. God bless.

 

Bob Moulesong posted on 10/11/18

Ed was my first supervisor when I got into the computer room / print room sequence. Helped me out a lot. Nice guy under the gruff exterior. Always appreciated him. RIP.

 

 

Joe Cloonan posted on 10/11/18

A good friend and co-worker at Arcelor Mittal. He will be greatly missed.

 

suzette thomas posted on 10/10/18

I wish you was here I'm so broken hearted I can't fix it this time God I miss you so much I have no one to talk to any more I don't know what to do I know you know u know everything and I don't know how to feel right now please send me some kind of sign I really need it Love You mom

 

John T Murphy, Chicago PD Ret., 021-Tactical posted on 10/10/18

My heat felt sympathy and condolences to Billy's family and long time friend partner on Chicago PD Jerry D. The hand shake, smile and contagious laugh may be gone, but your memory will live on for us all...God Speed Billy, your partners of days gone by await your arrival to fill the rotation on Beat 2131...(Danny Nendza and Bill Flaherty) Rest In Peace my friend.

 

Maria Cartagena posted on 10/10/18

My deepest condolences to the family. May he Rest In Peace.

 

Fr. Dan Brandt, CPD Chaplain posted on 10/10/18

Heartfelt and prayerful condolences from the Chicago Police Chaplains. William will be remembered at the Police Mass on Sunday, 14 OCT, 11:00 a.m. at Mercy Home - 1140 W. Jackson Blvd. In the meantime, may family and friends know the healing touch of our all-loving, all-merciful God! [Police Chaplains Ministry: www.ChicagoPCM.org or 312/738-7588]

 

Kathleen Nolan O’Malley posted on 10/10/18

My condolences to Billy’s family. His great smile will be missed. Kathleen Nolan O’Malley, CPD, 021st District

 

Kathleen Nolan O’Malley posted on 10/10/18

I had the pleasure to work with Billy in the Chicago Police Department’s 021st District. Always on the move with his great smile. My condolences to his family.

 

Patti Komara posted on 10/8/18

OOOh, Mike Cane...I am so sorry for your loss. I saw this in the paper and my mouth dropped. God bless you and your children during this truly hard time. My heart goes out to you.

 

The de la Rosa Family posted on 10/7/18

Sending lots of hugs and prayers to your entire family! We are so sorry for your loss! May God bless your family!

 

 

Lynn Schaffner Bauer posted on 10/6/18

May you rest peacefully.

 

Mrs. Donald (Carol) Abraham posted on 10/5/18

My sympathy and love for your family.

 

Amelia Andric posted on 10/4/18

Mi mas sentido pesame a la familia Corral

 

Mike O’Connor posted on 10/4/18

Rest In Peace Ricky. You left your mark on Local 597 and everyone you worked with over the years. It was always a pleasure my friend! God Bless Linda and your family during this difficult time. Till we meet again brother.

 

Irma Alicea (formerly Irrizarry) posted on 10/3/18

On a whim I googled the name of my very first ,"head nurse" and am saddened to read of your loss. Pat set an example for me as a fresh nurse in 1978. I have since remembered her leadership, and kindness through the years. Though I have never met the mark she set, I am proud to say that I was mentored by one of the finest nurses I ever met.

 

Robert Redditt posted on 10/3/18

Dear Sean and your entire family, My family and I would like to give our condolences to you. God be with you during this difficult time.

 

Kasia Wolniewicz posted on 10/3/18

Dear Sean and Megan, I am very sorry about the loss of your Mom. Please accept my sincere condolences. Stay strong during this difficult and sad moment of your life. May she rest in heavenly peace. Kasia Wolniewicz

 

Mary Lou Chartrand posted on 10/2/18

God bless Linda & Rick's Family. It is always so hard to lose someone who is so special. Ed & Mary Lou Chartrand

 

Linda Daniel posted on 10/1/18

So sorry for your loss, Scott and I used to bowl together he was such a great person he will be missed .

 

 

Heather posted on 9/30/18

Miss our car rides my buddy.

 

Lisa Anderson posted on 9/30/18

Dear Sean and Megan, I am very sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. You wouldn’t remember me, but I used to babysit for you two little cuties when you were preschool aged. You both were always so well behaved. Something I remember about being at your house was that your parents had candy dishes around the house that you two could reach, but you never ate any. Your parents were very kind to me. Your mom was my mom’s manager for many years at IBM. I am thinking of you both at this difficult time.

 

Claudia Shideler. Nicholas Shideler posted on 9/30/18

Sean and Megan, we are so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. She was a joy to us and have missed seeing her over the years. Losing your mom is truly one of life's hardest events. Our love to you both. Aunt Claudia and Nicholas.

 

Ruth and Nick Petros posted on 9/30/18

God Bless You and Rest in Peace Our Old Friend, Mr. Rick J. Davis, You Will be Missed.

 

Pete Pyrz posted on 9/30/18

You will never be forgotten. Oh the stories my friend priceless. Our condolences to family and friends going to miss you

 

 

ERFFMEYER posted on 9/29/18

FROM LOUIS AND PATRICIA ERFMEYER YOU WILL ALWAYS BE WITH US

 

ERFFMEYER posted on 9/29/18

I met rick on the 1st day we were pipefitters from that day on our friendship grew.I will miss this man greatly but I know one day we will see each other again and that makes me smile. RIP my friend your in our hearts

 

Judy Atkins posted on 9/29/18

My love and sympathy at this sad time.

 

Angie Ford posted on 9/28/18

Meana, my sweet cousin! You will be missed by so many. You are loved by everyone. I'm so happy that you are no longer suffering, but sad that I won't be able to talk to you again or open Facebook to see and read your hilarious jokes. You lit up so many lives with your humor. You are the sweetest, kindest, most giving person. I have so many good memories of you that will stay in my heart for as long as I'm on this earth. I will see you some day. I love you!

 

 

Bunny posted on 9/28/18

A loving cousin. Many great memories. ❤️

 

Kathy & Tom McGinnis posted on 9/28/18

So sorry to hear that our dear friend Al has passed away. Our sincere sympathy to the Hand family for their loss of a beloved husband, father and grandfather.

 

Kevin Morse posted on 9/28/18

Mike was a positive, personable kind hearted man. He always approach life with a smile. I was a co-worker of Mike's in the real estate business during the years of 2008 - 2011. It was amazing to see how he approach projects with a positive attitude and relaxed demeanor. Being around him just made you feel good. I kept in touch in with Mike after we were no longer co-workers and enjoyed hearing about his wonderful daughters. My condolence to Joanne and Mike's parents I'm so sorry for you loss.

 

Pam Pazera posted on 9/27/18

My heart breaks knowing your loss. No words can comfort but know caring hearts suffer with you at this very difficult time.

 

 

Melody Barrera posted on 9/27/18

Rest in Peace and save me a spot up there bud.

 

Glenn Muller posted on 9/26/18

Mike was a kind heart person, my condolences

 

Michael & Linda Spiccia posted on 9/25/18

With deepest Sympathy from the Spiccia Family.I am so sorry I did not make it back from New York from a family wedding because of a flight being cancelled,Dr. Vincent has been a family friend for many years to my parents and everyone in our family.We were very sad to hear thid news. In New York I sat with a lady from Boston and she was going to be on our flight home for a funeral in Northwest . I asked her who passed away and she said a good friend from Stuart Fl. I told her Dr. Vincent was from that area AND SHE SAID THAT IS WHO I am going to see.Since our flight was cancelled we decided to go to church in White Plains and pray for Dr. Vincent.We will keep the family in our prayers ,Please be strong thru this time . Michael & Linda Spiccia.

 

Virginia (Wilk) Caporelli posted on 9/23/18

My condolences to the Family. My love and prayers are with you. Your cousin, Virginia and Family

 

Anthony and madeline larocco posted on 9/23/18

RIP Carol

 

Anthony and madeline larocco posted on 9/23/18

We are so sorry for your loss... our prayers go to you and your family during this sad time...Tony and Maddy WCC

 

Mike thiel posted on 9/22/18

Great person,,, like another mom to me! Very sorry for the families loss... You all are in my prayers.

 

Gloria Ebeltoft-Picotte posted on 9/19/18

Our condolences to Family of Dr. V Santare . . . Our deepest sympathy, we'll always say "one remarkable and cherished Doctor" The Ebeltoft-Picotte Families

 

Dean Sangalis posted on 9/18/18

Dear Santare Family: Deepest sympathy on the passing of Vincent. He was a wonderful man and made an impact on those he served thru his profession and volunteer efforts. He lived a long, rewarding life and will be remembered. Dean Sangalis

 

Betty Durochik posted on 9/18/18

Brie and Erika, My deepest sympathy. May your beautiful memories help to ease your pain at this most difficult time.

 

Linda Carter posted on 9/17/18

I know of all the wonderful memories you have will help in your moments of sadness!

 

Probst Family posted on 9/17/18

Our thoughts are with you and you have our condolences from the entire Probst family.

 

BONNIE FIELDS posted on 9/17/18

I am so sorry for your loss! Together David & I grew up, went to school, and graduated together at Horace Mann in Gary.

 

Rhonda Cannon posted on 9/17/18

In Memory of my grandsons Uncle .Prayers to Brie,Ericka, Sister Nan ,Rita and Family . David was a Wonderful Great Guitar player ! He will be missed . Our Sincere Sympathy ,The Cannons Jim, Rhonda, Kourt,Mark

 

 

Gator and Tracey Moore posted on 9/17/18

Our heart and prayers are with you. May you RIP.

 

Gerald Rouse posted on 9/17/18

What a wonderful guy and golfing buddy! Not the least bit pretentious. He will be missed!

 

Jeff Blau posted on 9/17/18

When we were kids we used to go to David’s house and listen to music, he always showed us new bands like ZZ Top bands no one had heard of that were great, he was a great guy and will be missed...

 

Steve Goot posted on 9/16/18

After my parents, Auntie Joan and Uncle Vinny were the most cherished adults of my childhood. They are thought of often. My sincere condolences to the family

 

Michelle Wrzeszcz posted on 9/16/18

I was shocked and saddened when learning if Jan’s passing. Jan was always the life of the party and lit up every room she entered. This is a tragic loss for our group of hospitality professionals and I speak for many in saying how much she will be missed!! We loved her very much!!

 

Daniel Cameron posted on 9/15/18

I only met Cliff once but I remember the twinkle in his eye and his kindly presence. He seemed to have a lust for life and I know he was a good father to my friend Micah. May he Rest In Peace.

 

Diana McGuan posted on 9/15/18

Dearest Dori, we are so sorry for your loss and keeping your family in our prayers.

 

Kathy Laslow posted on 9/14/18

I remember Dr. Santare from working at St. Margaret Hospital. He was a wonderful doctor. My condolences go out to Dori and her family for their loss.

 

Donna McCallister posted on 9/14/18

Rosemarie, Sending love and prayers to you and your family.

 

Emil and Angela Petruncio posted on 9/14/18

Rosemarie, so very sorry for your loss. Keeping you and your family in our prayers.

 

Erin McNulty posted on 9/14/18

Vince and Family, We are all so very sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this time. Our deepest condolences to you at this time. Wishing you peace and comfort, Your "Family" at Robert Half

 

Monica Nowesnick posted on 9/14/18

I'm so sorry for your loss. Dr. Santare was a wonderful man. I worked with him at Community.

 

 

The Welch family posted on 9/14/18

Prayers go out the Santare family and friends

 

Marla Morgan posted on 9/14/18

Prayers for the Santare family

 

Mary Ann Johnson posted on 9/14/18

Your mom and dad were the best! We had such a blast at your home as kids. How they could handle all that additional chaos is a mystery to me. My love goes out to all of you at this difficult time.

 

 

Oscar and Elaine posted on 9/13/18

Our deepest sympathy for the loss of your dear father. We love you. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family.

 

Jackie Skaggs posted on 9/13/18

So Sorry to hear of Mark's passing. He was a wonderful neighbor for 25 years. Always there if needed.Praying he is at peace.

 

Bobbie and Bob Bozzone posted on 9/13/18

Ninety eight wonderful years. The angels will be leading you to Heaven. Joan will be waiting for you. We will miss you. Love, Bobbie and Bob

 

Erik Fey posted on 9/13/18

Even though I wore surf shorts and sported a stylish mullet, Dr Santare took me golfing many times in the mid 80's with his retiree friends in Jupiter. I'm sure I was an embarrassment to him as I often would chase my ball into the next fairway and still play it as though it were a stellar approach shot. We did have some good laughs- mostly due to my incompetence. Great guy. My best and condolences to you all. He had a fantastic run.

 

Barbra Rich Rigney posted on 9/13/18

I'm so sorry to hear of Mark's passing. I remember him as a handsome young man from our high school days. My prayers are with you Jackie and your family.

 

The Embrey's posted on 9/13/18

We are so sorry for your loss Sending many prayers to you and your family

 

Merlin (Chip) Hoiseth and all at RSII posted on 9/12/18

Our most sincere condolences to the family.

 

merlin hoiseth posted on 9/12/18

I'm so sorry for your family's loss.

 

Tony & Debby Pappas posted on 9/12/18

Our hearts are filled with sorrow for your loss. Mark will truly be missed!

 

Diana Hayle posted on 9/12/18

Wishing you peace to bring you comfort, Courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart.

 

LOU GOBIS posted on 9/12/18

My Uncle Bob, I remember him as a person that would always smile and make you feel good. He was always kind to me as a kid and I always looked forward to seeing him when we went to our grandma's house. He made me laugh. He always had something good to say about you. I have a vivid memory of my uncle Bob one day at my house in Chicago he came over to visit. It was a sunny day and the neighborhood kids were out playing in the streets. We were playing wiffle ball using the front steps of our house as a backstop. Uncle Bob came over and started pitching to me. I had a plastic bat which was about 5 inches in diameter. We joked about it calling in my muscle bat. Bob was having fun pitching to me trying to strike me out, throwing his patented wiffle curve ball that he claimed no one could hit. I remember smacking one across the street on a fly. I felt like Mickey Mantle. He continued to pitch to me showing me different ways to hold a ball to pitch different curves, sinkers, knuckle balls and fast balls. I was probably only 10 years old at the time. That's 53 years ago and I still remember that sunny day in Chicago in the summer of 65. He was my favorite grown-up forever.

 

Allen Evans posted on 9/11/18

I am so sorry for your family's loss. I wish you all peace during this difficult time.

 

Rey reinsma posted on 9/11/18

What memories we have about The Times that we spent golfing on the Florida golf courses and the games and New Year's Eve parties that we had and the mint leaf candies that were sent to us on the golf course by rosemarie super memories

 

Darrell Gilliam posted on 9/11/18

To Cliff's family: Every once in awhile, you come across someone in your everyday life that you instantly "click" with. Cliff was that guy. I loved this man. We met at North Winds, as I was the "med man", and I delivered there nightly. Seeing Cliff was always one of the high points of my night. Always good conversation, always good laughs, and the last time I saw him, our big goofy hug, because we were so happy to see each other. After catching up for a few minutes, Cliff followed me outside so we could talk some more. Cliff's passing has really hit me hard. What a great guy. I will miss him. And I am so sorry for your loss. We never made it to the Porthole Cliff, but maybe someday we'll get together for a beer on the other side. Your good Friend, Darrell

 

the Jancosek Family posted on 9/10/18

I can hear it like it was yesterday from our window- my big teddy bear of a neighbor outside listening to his classic rock as he tinkered in the garage, cooked steaks on the grill, or argued with his crazy buddy Bandit. Doug had a heart of gold. He was family to us. He even taxied our kids around from school to work when they didn't yet have a car. He came and saw all our shows and cried like a proud papa when any of us did a good job. He and Karen went together like two kooky peas in a pod. I know how her heart hurts-ours too. We will always miss him but I know he is watching over us all-no longer hurting- once again able to do all his favorite things. All our love, Stacy, Mark, Helena and Cami.

 

 

Carli posted on 9/10/18

Talking on the phone with you while Karen was on the other line was always a delight.

 

Judith Ellen Rowady posted on 9/10/18

Bob has inspired us all. We will miss him and his wonderful stories. May Bob rest in peace. Our sympathy to his devoted Janet and their family. Ed and Judy Rowady.

 

Harry Morariu posted on 9/9/18

Karen.. my Condolences are with you . I’ve known you for 25 years and you’ve helped me and my family for years

 

Ann Zondor Hentschel posted on 9/9/18

A Diehard Cub’s Fan and So Much More Over 300,000 Cubs fans were at Wrigley on October 22, 2016 to celebrate the team heading to the World Series for the first time in 71 years. They each have their own stories about their dedication to the Chicago Cubs. Here is the story of one of those incredible diehard fans. Bob Zondor was a Cubs season ticket holder for over 30 years. Upon retirement he accepted the invitation to become an ambassador at Wrigley Field. The definition of ambassador is a person who acts as a promoter of a specified activity. Without question, Bob has actively promoted his beloved team, the Chicago Cubs, every chance he gets. You will find Bob usually working as an usher around the first base section. Young children will run up to him and wrap their arms around his legs in delight. Teens will happily give him a fist bump and shout, “Cubbies!” He will gladly share his story of sitting on the front porch with his dad listening to the Cubs game on the transistor radio to anyone interested. Bob recalls how a Cubs loss would spoil his father’s entire day. His enthusiasm for the Cubs is something he carries with him wherever he goes. As a waitress leads him to his table at a local restaurant he will pause to pass out a “Let’s Go Cubs” sticker to a fellow patron. At a store he will stop someone wearing a Cubs hat to thank him for being a fan and explain that he works for the Cubs. Somehow every person he stops to chat with about the Cubs walks away with a smile on their face. Here is the amazing part of this diehard Cub fans story. Bob will be 79 years old this December and has been living with Leukemia for the past five years. He has been known to schedule his chemo treatment early in the morning in order to work an evening game at Wrigley. The nursing staff keep a Cub’s calendar which they refer to as “Bob’s schedule” on their desk for planning his appointments. This summer his health seemed to be taking a turn for the worse. His white blood cell and platelet count were dangerously low. His first question to the oncologist was, “Can I still go to work at Wrigley?” After careful consideration it was determined that as long as he felt strong enough he could continue to work. The doctor believed being able to focus his mind on something positive was good for him. As Bob explains, “If I just sit at home all I do is worry about my health but as soon as I get in the car and head for Wrigley my spirits are lifted.” It is also true that for every loyal Cubs fan there is often a devoted partner. Bob’s wife packs a lunch for him to take to each home game. She stands at the door with a pit in her stomach as he drives off saying a quiet prayer that he make it to Wrigley and back safely. If it’s a night game, Bob leaves their home in Northwest Indiana in the early afternoon. He drives to Chinatown where he finds a free parking space. He then walks to the red line and takes the 30 minute train ride into Wrigley. After standing on his feet working as an usher for most of the game he then does the reverse commute arriving home often as late as midnight. In addition to a supportive wife, the staff at Wrigley field have been incredibly kind to Bob. They quietly make accommodations whenever they can for him. Little things like making sure he is the first to go on a lunch break so he doesn’t get too weak. Moving him over to the 3rd base side on those super-hot days so he does not have to be in the direct sun. And, dozens of other gestures of kindness that make it possible for him to work every home game. His story is truly inspiring. He will roll his sleeves up to have his blood drawn. His arms have huge black and blue marks where he has been poked and prodded so many times for blood tests. Bob will simply joke, “Now be careful. Save enough blood so I can get to Wrigley tonight.” Without a doubt if the Cubs are at home Bob Zondor will be there to cheer them on. Now, his dream is coming true. In his lifetime he will get to see the Cubs in the World Series. Thank-you Bob for being such a role model to those that know you, for being a champion ambassador for the Chicago Cubs, and for bringing the true spirit of baseball to life every day. And thank-you Chicago Cubs for fulfilling this man’s dream by taking us to the World Series. Sincerely, Ann Zondor Hentschel (Bob’s Daughter) Here is the link of the newspaper article: http://www.nwitimes.com/sports/baseball/professional/mlb/cubs/highland-s-bob-zondor-is-a-true-cubs-ambassador/article_0b580c8d-c0cb-590d-8e9a-e4b490a3dce5.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=user-share

 

Wendy Bailey posted on 9/8/18

I am very saddened to hear of Jan’s passing. Jan’s smile and infectious laugh will always be something I will remember. Every time I was with Jan we had such a great time & many laughs. Jan did know how to live and enjoy life. I am so sorry for your loss. Rest In Peace, Jan.

 

 

Sandra Osowski posted on 9/8/18

Prayers for the family.

 

Dennis Moore posted on 9/8/18

I’m sorry for your loss

 

Dennis Moore posted on 9/8/18

I’m so sorry for your loss

 

Shelbourne posted on 9/8/18

RIP

 

 

Lorraine and Doug Shelbourne posted on 9/8/18

RIP

 

Lisa Kurteff Sterling posted on 9/6/18

Tim, I remember your mom as a gentle, kind soul with a beautiful smile. I'm sorry for your lost, and my hope is you will find peace with her passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Nancy, Jeff, & Morgan Nixon posted on 9/6/18

Jan was always a bright spot in my day, whenever I ran into her, in the neighborhood. She was full of energy and things she "needed" to get done. She had a soft spot for our dog, Morgan, and never failed to ask about her. RIP friend.

 

 

Dan Stadt posted on 9/6/18

RIP Cliff. You made an impact on everyone who met you.

 

Mike Patrick posted on 9/6/18

Nicest guy to know in high school and on the football field at East Chicago Washington HS. A great fellow. RIP.

 

Judy and Dennis Best posted on 9/6/18

So sorry for your loss. You were all very lucky to have such a wonderful Mother and Grandmother.

 

Neil Smith posted on 9/6/18

Jan's bright smile and bubbling personality will be so very missed by all of in the Chicago Chapter. Her energy was infectious and she always made time for each of us. With much love, Neil

 

 

Lou Claich posted on 9/6/18

Rest in peace Joe. It was a pleasure working with you

 

Kate Newton posted on 9/6/18

I am terribly sad to hear that Jan has passed away. She was always a bright force in every room she was in and her laugh made everything else seem unimportant. Rest In Peace pretty lady.

 

Philip Cak posted on 9/5/18

Thomas John Cak, was a very dear man I love you man he always seen the upside of things he was a good husband to my mother Barbara Jean Cak, and then turn Barbara was a good wife to Tom he loved his dog Sophie a duck sound I always like to bark when someone came to the door Tom enjoyed his photography all his life even as a youth in his mom's basement he be taking pictures using development chemicals and took that love of Art self-expression and made it into a business for many decades the business florist because of his Passions for the art that he enjoyed and it was photography in my life I've experienced a lot of good people but Tom still above all of them he was just kind his very faithful and his belief in God and doing right by others it was an honor and a privilege to call him father and these times now when we get older it seems like the ones we love the most seems to fade away we have memories of them in our hearts and our minds and hanging on our walls I was 10 years old when Tom brought me into the family and call me son as I grew up Tom guided me with kindness and Love & Faith he was a good Catholic and always made me proud to be an altar boy and look out and see my family at church and God's house belief was very strong and our family Tom was a God-fearing man and he believed in doing good by others always had a joke long as favors rock and roll will never die always made me laugh when he say that he seemed to become an eagle scout he see me educate myself he see me grow up to be a man I long for those days the kindness from him or the conversations that we would have for my adventures in the real world he loves his photography the Arts and the skillfulness of his photography work with second to none he was a good husband to my mom I think now he's in heaven with Mom Sophie sitting on a nice Beach having some lemonade enjoying the fruits of being a good Christian as a Christian he taught me what love and Faith and Hope and being a good man was all about these are the last days of a good man Rest in Peace Dad always loved you respected you and believed in you and being your son always gave me great pride it is time lay things to rest and go in peace your final rest may God look after you hold you and keep you love your son Philip James Paul soliday Jr (cak)

 

Susan Holden posted on 9/5/18

Tom Cak, my uncle, my godfather, godfather to our twin girls....and so very much more. Uncle Tom was a man of unfailing faith and kindness, integrity and humility, with an unmatched desire for learning and sharing with others. A man so passionate for his culture, his community, his church, his work and his family....you gave so much to us all. I will forever cherish your singing "Wake Up Little Susie" and making my sleepy, 6 year old, body dance with you in your effort to wake me for school, the "Dollar for a beer" you would give to me for lunch that would make me laugh, the time and care that you would take, each night, to practice Polish words with me or our time sitting watching A.L.F. together while we laughed at your analysis of the show and it's crazy content.....you loved A.L.F. more than I did! Your heart must be filled with joy and comfort, as is mine, that you're now able to smooch Aunt Barb, to sing and dance with her in the hallways again, to be next to your love. I know you missed her so much. We will all miss you but will always remember your brilliance in life and will feel your love that continues within us always. Susie, Josie & Allesia

 

Laura posted on 9/5/18

My Great-Aunt Carolyn.... She went thru life with a warm smile and handled everything with grace. She was elegant and sophisticated but never pretentious. She always choose to see the good in people. She listened intently and spoke eloquently. She was the classiest most amazing women I had the honor of loving. She taught me so many things like how to present tea dinner party etiquette and the importance of a good martini with girlfriends. She just had a way about her, a manor with which she did things that is too rare to attempt to explain. She had inspiring unwavering faith. She was stubborn, particular and never ever wavered in struggles. She was so strong. She was giving and generous. She was simply, lovely. She was God’s replacement for both my grandma and grandpa I never met. She meant so so much to each of us and there will be a void in our hearts but we smile knowing shes hand in hand with her love, finally. I feel so blessed and privileged to know her and love her. We will miss you my dear sweet Aunt.

 

Mitch Chuck posted on 9/5/18

I remember Joe fondly from our days playing basketball at Washington H. S. Joe was a hard worker who never had an unkind word for anyone. A true gentleman who was always ready to lend a helping hand. He will be missed,

 

Kristine Tague (Borcz) posted on 9/4/18

I am so sorry to hear about Tom’s passing. Your family welcomed us into their home on many occasions and I looked forward to our Christmas get-together every year. Tom and Barb are ever in my memory and I miss them. I will continue to pray for Tom, as he always asked any time we’d part. Love and prayers to you all in this difficult time.

 

Dean Sangalis posted on 9/4/18

Dear Cak Family- We were very sorry to read of the passing of Tom. We were associated for many years and remember him fondly. May your faith, family, friends and memories give you comfort and peace. Dean Sangalis, Gayle Pahl, MaryJo Neely & Barbara Mesarch

 

Philip Bodamer posted on 9/4/18

What a great loving, caring, soul Tom was. Just an all around nice guy. I will always remember his great sense of humor. Rest In Peace Uncle Tom!

 

Jack&Kate OConner posted on 9/4/18

Carolyn was a good and faithful servant of The Lord. I will forever cherish our friendship and time together while serving on The Altar Guild. Carolyn taught me every step of the way the importance of always showing reference to The Lords Altar. We will miss you Carolyn, we find joy in knowing you are now in the presence of your Lord and Savior and reunited with your Dear Max.

 

Stephanie posted on 9/3/18

I'll never forget your hugs goodbye and the exact way you said I love you. Listening to your stories and the way you remembered every date and detail about that day. I'll miss the way you would sit holding your cup of coffee, just smiling as you watched the kids run around and play. I'm going to miss our visits, having lunch together and the funny little things you would say. Everytime I open our crazy Tupperware drawer i'll be reminded of your green bowl with your favorite bean salad in it. We aren't ready to say goodbye and we love you

 

Aunt Marilyn and Uncle Jim posted on 9/3/18

Dear Mike, Anji, Aaron, Daniela and family, We extend our deepest sympathy to the entire Zych family! I'm certain he will be are a try missed by each one of you. May he rest in peace.

 

Marilyn Thiel posted on 9/3/18

Dear Mike, Anji, Aaron, Daniela, and the Zych Family, We extend our deepest sympathy to the entire Zych family. I'm certain he will be greatly missed by each one of you. May he rest in peace. Aunt Marilyn & Uncle Jim

 

LOU LINDINGER posted on 9/3/18

My deepest condolences to all of Joe's family and friends. I remember our sons playing sports together and how much fun it was. Rest in Peace Joe.

 

Patty Tonkovich posted on 9/2/18

The terrible snowstorm of 1967 offered Carolyn & I a memory we talked & laughed about over the years. I was sent out to buy milk but somehow got to Carolyn’s house instead. We both set out to get this milk but got a bottle of gin instead. We walked to the Pappas’ home & we all proceeded to have martinis. Eventually we walked back to Carolyn’s home & she reminded me about the milk. I was lucky to find a store open & did indeed get that milk. Carolyn & I have enjoyed martinis throughout our 56 year friendship including not too long ago. Each & every time I have a martini I will host you Carolyn. I sure hope you & Mac are enjoying them now. Rest easy dear friend. Love Patty

 

Gordon Stamper, Jr. posted on 9/1/18

Deepest condolences from the Stamper Family, and Rest In Peace, Tom. You were and are a good soul.

 

Anita and Brian Sleeman posted on 9/1/18

So very sorry for loss Mike was such a good man. Wish we could have shared our sympathy in person but know we are thinking of you all. May perpetual light shine upon him

 

MaryAnn Drosos posted on 8/31/18

Tom was truly a gentle soul, met him at the Albertine Home, loved & missed his wife, dachshund & photography! Enjoyed his conversation every Friday morning for the last few years. Famous question was always “Is Rock n roll here to stay?” May you rest in eternal peace Tom, you will always be remembered. Happy you came into my life.

 

Dorothy Rybicki posted on 8/31/18

My deepest condolences to the Kennedy family. A former neighbor, a very nice man who loved his family and the neighborhood kids. I am sorry that I cannot be there but you are in my heart and in my prayers. I hope that you find comfort in each other during this difficult time.

 

TAMMY HACKNEY posted on 8/29/18

Sam, you and your family are in my prayers

 

Elizabeth C Jackson posted on 8/28/18

Thanks for always being there when I needed you, especially when I would lock myself out of my house and you you have my extra key for me. And taking care if my dogs when I needed you. You were a really good friend and neighbor. You will be truly missed. Rest in peace.

 

Nick Roseto posted on 8/27/18

My condolences to the family and friends of Grandma Flynn. There are so many memories of her at Mr. & Mrs. Doherty’s house around the late 70s and 80s. While it’s true that us kids occasionally “tested” her patience....she took our shenanigans in stride while always offering a pleasant smile. Rest In Peace Grandma Flynn. You will be greatly missed.

 

Chris Pauer Bernotus posted on 8/27/18

Barbie Jo, I am sorry to hear of your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts.

 

Nicole Esposito posted on 8/25/18

I don’t ever remember life without Eileen. For the past 45 years, I have heard brilliant stories of old, as well as, her latest story to tell. She was a beautiful woman whose presence I cherished. I’ll miss you “Grandma” Eileen. Until we meet again, the sparkle of your gems will give us light, the blue in your eyes will continue to shine into our souls, and your laughter and smiles will but an echo as we move forward here on earth. May you, Jack and Danny be taking turns spinning on the dance floor in heaven at your “Welcome Homr, Good and Faithful Servant!”

 

Gail Matusik posted on 8/25/18

Dottie and Family, Our sincere sympathy in the passing of your loved one Bill!!! Knew him through family and friends, super Chevy Man!! Always with a Smile!! Love, Mark and Gail Matusik

 

Rebecca Hertzog posted on 8/24/18

Jim, Sorry incredibly sorry to hear about your mom. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your whole family. May the wonderful memories you all have of your mom carry you until you meet again.

 

Thomas and Sharon Spoerner posted on 8/24/18

Barby, We are so very sorry to learn that your mother has passed away. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Robert Dixon posted on 8/24/18

Because he was so dear to you, his memory will live on. Just as the fragrance of a rose still lingers when it's gone. His kindly and endearing ways are with you ever still. And in the hearts that loved him, he lives and always will. Our deepest sympathy to the extended McLaughlin Family......Forever in our hearts....Love, Bob and Gail Dixon & Families, and Jennifer, Paul, Nicole and Chris Perez.

 

Betty Bushemi posted on 8/24/18

I want to express my heartfelt sympathy to the family at this time of such a great loss! I have such fond memories of Bill. He was such a wonderful father, husband, and friend. I spent a lot of time with the family on Olcott Ave. during high school. So many fun times! He was always kind, funny, and helpful(with my car)!! And remained a lifelong friend. He will be missed by all who knew him. My thoughts are with you.

 

Mallory McLaughlin posted on 8/23/18

The most loving and patient grandpa anyone could ever have.

 

Greg Cataldi posted on 8/23/18

Mr. McLaughlin always made Tim and I fell welcome to help out in the Smith Chevrolet Parts Department and wash cars. He would also come out to the basketball court and amaze us with how accurate his two hand set shot was! Loved his smile and sense of humor!

 

Kris Dempsey posted on 8/23/18

So sad to read the paper today. Mr McLaughlin so many wonderful memories of being with you and your family at your home in Hammond. Such fun times. Then fast forward to when you Dotty my parents and I would meet at Skillets for many breakfasts. Such a great Father Husband and who was kind to all of us. Much Love

 

Jim Nolen posted on 8/23/18

So sorry for your loss Tom & Shelley and family.

 

Kim Corso posted on 8/23/18

Thank you for all the kindness, the numerous rides home while Jill and I were in high school are never forgotten. May you rest in peace sweet "Inks"

 

 

Lisa williams posted on 8/22/18

I'm so very sorry for your loss, losing those we love is the hardest thing we have to experience, my your hearts find comfort in Jesus word, john 5:28, 29

 

Michael Hull posted on 8/18/18

I just found out today about Mr. Fonzi passing. I want to tell his family and friends that this man gave me an opportunity at 15 years old to basically labor and maintain his business property in Gary and then hired me to dispatch through college. I was a troubled teen and not many people would have gave me the chance. He met me one time and said to hire me. The initial job was tough and very demanding. He always made sure I was paid well, disciplined, and treated the same as upper management. This man impacted my future by instilling a strong work ethic and respect. I truly wish I were there to meet his family. Thank you all for sharing him with me for that critical few years of my life. I truly feel he contributed to the person i am. Mike Hull, Hammond Firefighters Local 556 President

 

Meryl posted on 8/17/18

What a beautiful woman, Mrs. Gargas was. I am very sorry to read of your loss. With her accomplishments, her love and joys, she was an amazing woman. I won't pretend to know what you're going through, but what has helped me deal with the loss of those I love, is turning to the Scriptures, something that has been a real source of comfort. One Scripture that gives me hope is, John 11:25, which says, "Jesus said to her: “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who exercises faith in me, even though he dies, will come to life." I hope that this verse will also comfort you, and I hope you and your family can get through this difficult time. Please accept my condolences for the loss of your beloved wife, mother, grandma and friend. Sincerely, Meryl, jw.org - healingwordsforu@gmail.com

 

Kevin Carney posted on 8/17/18

On behalf of Amy and our children - Ryan, Sean, Emma and Kate - we would like to express our condolences on the passing of Marge. She was a wonderful woman, and will be sorely missed. It was clear based on the devotion of her husband and children, that she was a great wife and mother. We will keep the entire Gargas family in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

Joan Carney posted on 8/16/18

Marge was a wonderful person. She was kind, considerate and always thought of everyone. She made me feel that I was part of her family once my daughter and her son got married. It was always delightful to see her every July 4th and other occasions during the year. Marge loved her husband, her children and her grand and great grand children. She will be missed by her friends and her family especially her son, Jim as he spent every Saturday with her.

 

Art and Heidi Morgan posted on 8/15/18

Our sincere sympathy to the Gargas family. Heidi recalls the many exercises classes she attended with Margaret in South Holland. Our daughter Audrey Mitchell went to Thornwood HS. with Mary Lynn. Rest in peace, Margaret.

 

Matthew Carney posted on 8/15/18

My family (Lizzie, Henry, Charlotte, I) want to convey our deepest sorrow for your loss. Margaret was a wonderfully kind, devoted mother to her kids/grandkids and to her husband. We had the pleasure of meeting and getting to know her over the past 15 - 20 years. She was very giving and conveyed a happiness that few can match. I want to wish Joe, her children and grandchildren my deepest condolences for their loss. I will be reminded of her smile and warmth which she has carried down to my family (Jim, Meghan and Brian). My thoughts and prayers are with all the Gargas’ during this challenging time.

 

Pam and Dale Hendrickson posted on 8/11/18

We have only known Scott for a short time we’re glad to have called him our friend. He will be truly missed. He will never be far from our thoughts ( especially when I’m having a gourmet cupcake ). R.I.P. Scott you were one of the good . ones . Jeanne ,Dan, Zach and Sarah so sorry for your loss.

 

Don Millis posted on 8/11/18

Peggy, Larry is with his Heavenly Father now At peace and pain free. Saw in news paper today. Been in Florida seeing Kaila. Love, Don

 

Cheryl Campioni and family posted on 8/9/18

My condolences to Randell and his family , Jeanne and her family . He came to every holiday and family event we had . He was part of our family , he will be greatly missed by all of us . RIP

 

Gale Cordell, Newport Beach, CA posted on 8/9/18

Such a loss for the Savage cousins. We all loved being with Scott at our cousins’ reunion lunch every time we gathered. I loved spending time with Scott when I visited my sister in Dyer. We were blessed to have Scott live next door. When my Grands from California visited several years ago, Scott sent Spider-Man Christmas lights back with a grandson, and he still puts those lights on his little tree every year. (He’s 12 now.) May Scott find eternal peace and rest.

 

Barbara posted on 8/9/18

My deepest condolences to Scott’s family and friends. It is impossible to fathom that Scott has left us. He was my cousin for 66 years and my next door neighbor for 16 years. I can’t put into words how much Scott did for me on a daily basis. He was always there for me and I always felt so secure knowing he was next door. I miss him so much already and I only hope he knew how much he meant to me and my family and how much he was loved.

 

Hap Moore posted on 8/9/18

So sorry for your loss, Randy and Jeanne. You were able to count on Scott to help you do things. He will be missed. He would help Barb out by cutting her grass behind her fence.

 

Mindy (Bialas) Dalla Costa posted on 8/9/18

Jeanne, so sorry to hear about the sudden loss of your brother. It sounds like he was a good man. Praying for you and your family during this sad time.

 

 

Glenna & Rich Adams posted on 8/7/18

We pray for Scott and the Canene family. A wonderfully kind, considerate man who loved his family, especially nieces and nephews.

 

Roy and Deb Darby posted on 8/7/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

Janet Schindler posted on 8/5/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you Patti and family. May you have many loving memories to forever hold in your heart. So sad to hear of your loss.

 

Jackie Fimbianti posted on 8/5/18

Condolences to the family.

 

Leigh Anne (Burris) Yarbrough posted on 8/4/18

My lifetime is full of sweet memories with Peggy and Larry. No matter how far away life took them, they always came back to visit. My prayers are with the family and so thankful for each moment spent with this sweet man.

 

Lorri Roark posted on 8/4/18

So sorry for your loss. I know Larry is in a better place. He will be missed. I loved coming to your house all the time you guys were family to me and love you all dearly you will be in my prayers and thoughts. I know my mom and dad and connie met him there. What a party they are having. If you need to talk i am always here. love you all

 

Greg and Kim Gay posted on 8/3/18

Sorry to hear about the passing of Larry. It is comforting to know that he is healed and at home with the Lord. Me and Kim sure miss you all being up the street from us. Let us know if there is anything we can ever do for you.

 

 

Adele posted on 8/2/18

I will miss you every day, I’ll cry some days and laugh other days remembering all of the fun times we shared. Love you Mom you did a wonderful job.

 

Fam. Barahona- Guifarro posted on 8/1/18

Mis más sentido pésame para la Familia Aguilar, que Dios les de fortaleza en estos momentos triste!! BENDICIONES!!

 

 

Gloria and Christopher Thomas posted on 7/31/18

In loving memory of Raquel G. Aguilar. I thank God for allowing me the honor to have met such a beautiful woman with a warm smile.

 

Rossana Merino posted on 7/31/18

Mis más sinceras condolencias para toda la familia! Que Dios les de la fortaleza y paz que necesitan en estos momentos!

 

Lisa williams posted on 7/31/18

I'm so very sorry for your loss, losing those we love is the hardest thing we have to experience. May you keep close Jesus words of comfort "the hour is coming where all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, john 5:28, 29"

 

 

Belinda posted on 7/29/18

#trueloveneverdies❤️❤️❤️

 

Jordan S posted on 7/28/18

My deepest condolences to the family. I hope you find comfort in our Heavenly Fathers promise for the future found in Isaiah 25:8. There he promises to "swallow up death forever" and to "wipe away the tears from ALL faces." Yes, soon God will eliminate death forever and restore humans to a beautiful paradise earth, where we can all live forever! (Psalms 37:29) I hope these wonderful thoughts can bring you comfort during this extremely difficult time.

 

Mal Dixon posted on 7/25/18

My condolenses to the Fischer family on your loss. My family is blessed to have had Pat and Herb as neighbors, especially the friendship between Pat and my mother. My heartfelt best wishes to your family.

 

Kathe Biehl posted on 7/23/18

Dr. Urbanski delivered my kids in the late 70's and early 80's. He was wonderful. While working at Macaroni Grill in FL, I became friends with his late son-in-law, Ted Owles(another wonderful person) and he would keep me up to date on him. He was very proud of his children, very humerous, and just a great person. He is missed.

 

Linda Einsele posted on 7/22/18

To Chris & Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I am involved with St. Thomas More's Pastoral Care and had the opportunity to work with Pat when we volunteered at the Med Inn on Tuesdays. She was such a lovely person, so giving of her time. She truly showed all those who knew her how to quietly live a faith-filled life. To know Pat was a blessing to me. Her goodness will certainly live on in all of you.

 

Pam Domasica posted on 7/21/18

Dear Chris, Rusty and family, Tom and I are so sorry to read of your mom’s passing. Pat was such a lovely person. May God bless you all. Pam and Tom Domasica

 

Mary Corbett Stevenson posted on 7/18/18

Losing one's Mom is never easy. You lose your own childhood with her passing and that passing gives you the opportunity to reflect on her love for you and your entire family. Pat Fisher will live on in the memory of all the people whose lives she touched and especially in the hearts of her children. I grieve with you in her passing and celebrate the joy she brought to your life.

 

Steven A Zickar - WIU Transportation Class of 1982 posted on 7/15/18

With deepest sympathy to the Burse family. Steve was a great contributor to the Transportation program at WIU, man of great accomplishment in his field and contributor to the community. He will be missed.

 

Michael J Zimmerman posted on 7/15/18

We were so sorry and saddened to hear about Shannon. I remember all the fun times my sibs and I had with Shannon in our younger days. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this very difficult and sad time.

 

Cathy Zajac posted on 7/14/18

I loved my Joe. Enjoyed taking care of him. Ohhh what a strong grip he had. Going to miss him. May God wrap his loving arms around you. ♡♡

 

 

Maria Trevino Gregor posted on 7/11/18

She will always be with you and forever in your heart!

 

Maria Trevino Gregor posted on 7/11/18

Pat - I am so truly sorry for your sudden loss and my heart goes out to you and your family in this time of sorrow. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers. Love always Maria Trevino Gregor (Lupe's sister)

 

Brian Bass posted on 7/11/18

Hey Pat I just wanted you to know my family and I are praying for you and all of your other family members in this time of need. May the Lord Jesus comfort And loose upon you and your family a piece that surpasses all understanding. I love you.

 

Michele and Richard Delatte posted on 7/11/18

Our love to all of you . We shall forever remember the good times we shared with Shannon & her friends and family . Our deepest sympathy for all Of us who miss her joyful smile ,silly disposition & of course her vocation as a nurse. Special love to her sister Pat, Scott her husband & Scott & her son, & Eric.

 

Nancy and Chuck Fata posted on 7/11/18

Dear Scott and family, Chuck and I were so saddened to hear of Shannon’s passing. She was a remarkable and wonderful person and friend. She was always so helpful. I know it will be difficult for you and your family to get through this but only time will heal. She will be in your memories forever and she will be in ours forever as well. Our sympathy goes out to you and your family. Rest In Peace Shannon!

 

Sandie & Chuck Day posted on 7/11/18

Our prayers and thoughts are with you and family on this sad day, as you say goodbye to Shannon. Be strong as you carry her in your hearts forever.

 

Christina Carter RN (Bonjovi) posted on 7/11/18

My heart goes out to Shannon's husband & family. Many memories in the ER you were great with complicated situations and with families. Also, we had good times shopping with Beth. I will miss your smile.

 

Jim Puente posted on 7/10/18

Dear Family: Very sorry to learn of your mom's passing. May you find comfort in knowing that she shares eternal life with all who have gone before us. Sincere condolences at this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Jim Puente and Family Whiting jimp1021@gmail.com

 

suzette thomas posted on 7/10/18

Hea was just thinking about u miss u crazy wish u were here with us not sure why God took you from us when he did but there is always a reason we just never know it half the time well just wanted to say this love u with all my heart

 

Eddie Mercado posted on 7/10/18

May you all find comfort in God grace. Our condolences. Roxanne and Eddie Mercado

 

Jan Nalepa posted on 7/10/18

I remember all the great times we had in the emergency room sometimes laughing sometimes crying And even when she moved up always enjoyed her

 

Laura Lesniak-Wolfe posted on 7/10/18

Dear Scott...I cannot begin to tell you how saddened I was to hear of this great tragedy. I know I have not seen you and Shannon in decades, but I still remember her as such a kind and remarkable woman, and you both as a beautiful couple. My prayers are with you and your entire family. I wish you much strength as you start this journey, as it is not an easy one, my friend. Remember she will always be with you... guiding you. God bless Shannon. May she rest in peace.

 

Hector Velez posted on 7/10/18

My deepest sympathy for your loss.

 

Donna Frey posted on 7/10/18

My prayers to Shannon, her family, especially Scott and her sister Pat, for God's comfort and healing during this very sad and difficult time. I just saw and spoke to her a few weeks back and it was so nice catching up with my former TF North classmate. I hope peace and comfort will embrace her family in all the wonderful memories they have of Shannon and her life. Rest in peace, my friend. You will be greatly missed.

 

Peggy Skaggs posted on 7/9/18

I worked on and off for over 20 years with Shannon and I will never forget how happy she always was. Even the night I saw her hand totally bandaged, she told the story about how it happened and ended up laughing about it. I don't think she knew how to ever be negative. She was one of the most upbeat nurses I ever knew. Rest well Shannon You will be missed

 

tim posted on 7/9/18

Bernies Family , I worked with him and he was the hardest working person there. He never stopped plus was the nicest and funniest person. So sorry for your loss.

 

Delia Carrero posted on 7/9/18

We will always remember your joy, love and laughter ❤ So glad I was able to enjoy time with you at tia Ana's 99th bday.

 

Rita & Eugene Wasyliw posted on 7/8/18

Scott and family we are so sorry for your loss, Shannon was a beautiful person I had the pleasure of working with her for over 20 years at the hospital. She was my sister during the hell we went through for Dyer not to be annexed. Life will never be the same without her! Our thoughts and Prayers are with her and her entire family. R.I.P Shannon love you!

 

 

Gail Stojak posted on 7/8/18

Know that loving thoughts and prayers are with you ... there are no words to convey my heartfelt sorrow over your terrible loss.

 

Earl & Elizabeth Hawley posted on 7/8/18

Diane and family, We are so sorry to hear of James passing. Our deepest sympathy to you at this difficult time.

 

Dick and Cheryie Rumfelt St Louis, Mo posted on 7/8/18

What we have enjoyed, we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes part of us Our prayers and thoughts are with you.

 

Jim a9nd Chantal Toth posted on 7/8/18

Sending big hugs from Pennsylvania. We are very sorry for your loss. May you all find strength in the wonderful memories as they will be with you forever.

 

Linda Fetla posted on 7/8/18

I worked with Shannon many years. She was a most loving nurse. Also a great advocate to animals. If ever I needed to ask about an injured bird, a found stray.. a wounded cat. I asked Shannon and she was happy to advise me. She loved animals.. Cherished her family, her patients, she will be missed by all. A simply beautiful woman inside and out. GOD'S newest ANGEL. R.I.P. Shannon.

 

Arturo Florcruz posted on 7/8/18

I didn't know Shannon personally. My mother, Giovanna Florcruz, knew Shannon very well. Shannon talked to my Mother every day to make sure she was OK, even when my Mother moved to Texas 2 years ago. Shannon instinctively knew my Mother, who is 86, needed someone to watch over her. It's rare to find someone who is so giving and unselfish. My Mother and I will forever be grateful for Shannon's kindness, and we will never forget her. God Bless Shannon and her family.

 

Terie Backstrom posted on 7/7/18

Shannon was the most loving, kind, compassionate person God has ever put on this earth. Her passion for her profession was undeniable. Her love for animals and her hard work with animal rescue knew no bounds. All of us who worked with her in one way or another realize how truly special she was. Heaven has truly gained an angel. Prayers for Scott and her family. She loved all if you so much.

 

Debbie Ferguson posted on 7/7/18

Shannon was such a compassionate, kind, and loving lady. She helped everybody and there are no words to express my sorrow. She will be so missed by so many people and animals. I feel so lucky to have known her. Prayers to your family.

 

 

Gary & LuAnn Thomas posted on 7/7/18

Dear Shannon, You brought such light and love to everyone that knew you. Because of you, so many, many people have been blessed. Rest in peace with our heavenly Father.

 

margian Glick posted on 7/7/18

Every so often we are honored to know someone like Shannon. May she enjoy her heavenly rewards for a life well lived. You will be greatly missed, Shannon.

 

Debra Villalpando posted on 7/7/18

So sorry for your family loss

 

Jay, Gayle, Tyler & Aaron Szelinski posted on 7/7/18

Shannon: I know you are in God's loving arms right now in paradise for eternity. All of us down here are grieving beyond words. You have touched so many lives during your time on this Earth. I pray for God's comfort, healing and peace for all family, friends and acquaintances during this very difficult time. R.I.P. Shannon Szelinski.

 

Jan Van Vossen posted on 7/7/18

I'm so sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathy to you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Sandy and Elmer and family posted on 7/7/18

Diane and family, Our deepest sympathy for all of you at this difficult time. Jim was a truly an awesome man and he will be truly missed! Rest In Peace Jim!!

 

Paula Kraus posted on 7/7/18

Rest In Peace sweet Shannon. Heaven surely has gained another angel!

 

Sarah Kuipers posted on 7/7/18

Shannon was one of a kind. She genuinely cared for people and was always willing to help in any way she could. She will be truly missed, she was always fun to talk with when she visited the ER. Her family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Cindy & Dave Parker posted on 7/7/18

We are very sorry for your loss - prayers and hugs to you and your family.

 

Tracy Phillips posted on 7/7/18

A wonderful person, nurse and animal lover. You will be missed

 

Yvonne Miller posted on 7/7/18

My deepest condolences and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Ally posted on 7/7/18

Words cannot express how much we will miss you shannon. I can’t even begin to express what a wonderful person you were. I thank god I was able to know you for the short time I did. I feel blessed, but I’ll always be waiting for you to walk through the unit. God bless you shannon. Love you

 

Stephanie Bochenek posted on 7/6/18

We are so very sorry for your loss. God be with you all. Wally & Stephanie Bochenek

 

Judy Rarrick posted on 7/6/18

I will always remember your kindness and concern for all that you came in contact with. It is Heavens Gain and Our loss here on earth. May you rest in peace my dear Lady

 

Sandi Navarro posted on 7/6/18

Shannon was a beautiful person inside and out always taking the time to listen and help someone and especially for her love for animals. I'll miss your smile.

 

 

Diane Doreski posted on 7/6/18

Shannon impacted many lives and will forever be missed at our hospital. I will miss her huge smile that she always had when she would come around the corner to ask how everything was going ! May her memory be eternal

 

Amanda Fetsis posted on 7/6/18

Shannon, I miss you so much!! I always looked forward to seeing you!! You have such a caring heart!! Andy will always cherish his first fishing pole you gave him!!

 

Randi Horvath-Harris posted on 7/6/18

I will always cherish you. I will always miss you. I'll never forget the times we had together so many years ago. God blesses you.

 

Corinne Pisowicz posted on 7/6/18

I knew Shannon as my nursing supervisor at Community Hospital for many years. She was always a leader, not only as a nurse, but as a person. Her enthusiasm for life was contagious, especially when it came to animal rescue! In addition to my relationship with Shannon professionally, she also touched my life personally. 15 years ago, when my dad died, she was so compassionate and caring. I will never forget her. She will be greatly missed. She leaves behind a wonderful legacy.

 

Kathy Szala posted on 7/6/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Jim was truly a gentle giant of a man.

 

Joe & Carol Piovano posted on 7/6/18

Kaaren, Sendiing our deepest sympathy to you and bfamily.

 

Vince and Kelley Jadryev posted on 7/6/18

Dear Scott & Family- Words cannot express how our hearts hurt for you. One of the brightest lights the world has ever been graced with went out when Shannon left. She was the most selfless, giving, devoted, and loving person we have ever had the privilege of knowing and this world is at a great disadvantage without her. Your family is truly blessed to have had her and been loved by her, and now Heaven has gained one heck of an Angel!! May God bless you all and give you strength during this most difficult time. All our love and prayers.

 

Christine Congles posted on 7/6/18

My Dear Shannon, you have left this world to to early, you have left a hole in many hearts, including mine. I will remember all the great times we had together when we were younger. When I think of you I will smile. I Love You Shannon. My sincerest condolences for your Family.

 

Eileen Black posted on 7/6/18

I went to grade school, high school and attended the same Girl Scout troop! I am sad to hear of her passing. I am a nurse so am sad to hear a fellow sister nurse is not able to continue the compassion and kindness I know she gave her patients and fellow nurses as a supervisor. Prayers for all who miss her!

 

Sara Perez posted on 7/6/18

Although I did not know Shannon on a personal level, I did see her quite often when she visited my unit for staffing at the hospital. She was always pleasant and her positive energy was magnetic. I am so very sorry for your loss and this terrible tragedy. Your family is in my prayers.

 

Kathy Starko posted on 7/6/18

My deepest sympathy to all of Shannon's family. I have known Shannon many years here at Community Hospital. She was one of the nicest people I have known...always willing to help....sincere.... She will be greatly missed! May her memory be eternal, and may God bless all of you with His healing peace.

 

Pat Reilly Brouillette posted on 7/6/18

My sister , my life . Thank you for being for always being by my side . I LOVE YOU

 

Doris Kennedy posted on 7/6/18

Shannon lived her compassion like few others. She was truly extraordinary and will be missed by many. I feel blessed to have known her.

 

Shelley Horvath posted on 7/6/18

Peace to you in heaven as you watch over us and peace to your family here on earth. You were loved and will be missed beyond words.

 

Tracy Dernulc posted on 7/6/18

Thoughts and prayers to the family. Shannon will be missed dearly. She was a huge part of my Munster Community family and also a good friend.

 

 

Patrick & Candy Piessens posted on 7/5/18

Shannon was instrumental in Patrick & my meeting at a Humane Society bowling fundraiser

 

Cheryl Bryant posted on 7/5/18

Shannon was a light in our hospital. A friend, a great nurse, and person. She will be missed tremendously ♡ I will miss her smiling face everyday

 

M.Rose posted on 7/5/18

To the family and close friends. May the scriptural promise by Christ Jesus about the resurrection mentioned at John 5:28:29 comfort you during this time of great sorrow.

 

Nancy Lane posted on 7/4/18

Kaaren, I am so sorry to hear of Bernie's passing after he had made so much progress. He was a sweet and kind man, very much a perfect match for you. My deepest sympathy to you.

 

Mary C. Shields posted on 7/4/18

Kaaren very sorry for your loss. Bernie was happy, kind man. I will miss him at chamber meetings.

 

Nancie Tharp posted on 7/4/18

So very sorry you've left us Bernard you are a kind gentle and extremely brilliant man. I'm I'm very sorry Karen for your loss I know you will miss him beyond words. Just know I'm thinking of you sending you absolute positive intent for you're grieving process for the healing process I'm so glad you have a lot of friends who can and will support you

 

 

Sharon Baker posted on 7/3/18

Bernie was my Uncle Arnold's younger brother. Bernie was always friendly and just a nice person to be with. Words cannot express the sadness I feel for my cousins Cindy and Tommy. So very sorry for your losd.

 

STEVE EKSTROM posted on 7/2/18

JUST HEARD THE BAD NEWS....MISS YA BROTHER ........

 

Audrey posted on 6/19/18

Dearest Doreen and family, I am so sorry to learn about your loss upon my return to the office. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. May your many memories of Steve help to sustain you at this most difficult time.

 

 

suzette thomas posted on 6/18/18

I love you mom

 

suzette thomas posted on 6/18/18

I miss you so much everyday is a hard day I love you mom

 

Linda Spurlock posted on 6/12/18

Dear Aunt Nina, You have always inspired me by the strength you have shown throughout the years. I find comfort that you are not in pain and are alongside my Dad. Much Love, Linda

 

 

Linda Spurlock posted on 6/12/18

Dear Aunt Nina, You have always been an inspiration to me by the strength you have shown throughout the years. My Mom, Susan, and I will never forget the laughs, and fun times, when we got together for a glass of wine. I find comfort in the fact that you are no longer in pain, and alongside my Dad. Much Love, Linda

 

Beth Gibbs posted on 6/12/18

Lee has been a family friend and Best friend to my mother forever. She was a true friend and always told it like it was! We were so thankful for her dear friendship when we lost our mother. God Bless you all!

 

Nanci Kopacz Cieslak posted on 6/11/18

Growing up, Lee was our neighbor. I remember many times Lee and my Mother having morning coffee telling stories and friendship. Lee was so warm and kind. We were very fortunate to have Lee in our lives.

 

Bennett Napier posted on 6/11/18

Doreen, Prayers are with you and your family during this most difficult time. Your AMCI family is thinking about you.

 

 

Shawn McClain posted on 6/11/18

I'm sorry of your time of passing that I'm just finding out about. You saved my life when I was 16 years old....I was shot in the face and neck. Although you couldn't remove the bullet fragment from my neck I'm more than grateful for your service. I never forgot you. Thank you. Shawn McClain

 

Vicki Maxwell posted on 6/10/18

We hay lived across the street from Shirley for the last 30 years. She was such a sweet person and a wonderful neighbor. She was always kind to our family, especially our children. We will miss seeing her smiling face and visiting with her. My husband and I extend our deepest condolences to the entire family.

 

Starr Stoces posted on 6/10/18

I would like to raise a glass of wine to my friend Shirley. My memories of you will be cherished always. Thanks for sharing your countless stories with me as we watched the cars go by. Your beloved Ginger will be lost with out you. Your neighbor lady (LOL)

 

Jane Ellen Barron posted on 6/10/18

My aptmt# is: #1A

 

Jane Ellen Barron posted on 6/10/18

I'm So Sorry for your mother's death Karen. Please call me: 219844-5509. I have Intellectual Disability & Medicaid Waiver svcs. I may have possible autism??? 3611 167th Street #1S Hammond, IN. 46323. Jane Ellen Barron

 

Joe Blaney posted on 6/10/18

Mrs. Hasse was so kind, intelligent, and fun. We were so blessed that she was our neighbor. She was a loyal and compassionate friend to my mother. The world could learn from her example of how to be a neighbor.

 

Barbara Gillan posted on 6/10/18

It was my pleasure to know Lee although I didn't get to see her very often. She always had interesting stories to tell that often were the source of great laughter. She was gracious and welcoming. Lee raised a fine family. She will be missed by many!

 

Ellen Terry posted on 6/9/18

Dear Doreen, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am very sorry for the loss of your husband Steve. Please know our team is here for you.

 

 

Phyllis J Gerike posted on 6/9/18

So glad I met your delightful mother at your house during a Christmas gathering three years ago. I noticed her being a dog lover with your dog, and right away I knew she was my kind of “people”. So sorry for your loss.

 

Rey & Fran Candelaria posted on 6/9/18

May the love of God surround you and your entire family, Doreen. We share our deepest condolences. Peace and blessings today and always in all ways. The Candelarias'

 

Breanne & Kortlynd Lukowski posted on 6/9/18

May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. Our most sincere condolences to Spencer and the entire Burse family.

 

Terri Martin posted on 6/9/18

The world has suffered a great loss with Steve's passing. He was a fantastic family man, faithful friend, and an outstanding human being in general. The lives he touched too innumerable to count, are forever changed for having met him.

 

Tammy Routh posted on 6/9/18

Doreen, Deven & Spencer - I am so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Nancy Kildusmi posted on 6/9/18

Karen, Diane, Joann...I am so sorry for your loss. A beloved mom from the old neighborhood has slipped away from us.

 

Joan Kilduski Rickords posted on 6/9/18

Mrs.Horvatich was the Mother of my good childhood friend, Diane. We were often at her house playing. She also became my Confirmation sponser. I always looked up to her. Diane, I am so sorry for your lost. God bless you and your family. I will be thinking of you.

 

 

Julie Gamaleri posted on 6/9/18

The light of a loved one is felt from the sunshine during day, from the moon and the stars at night, and is always in your heart! With heartfelt sympathy to you Karen and your family.

 

Bobbie R Escalante posted on 6/9/18

Karen, thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

 

Cathy Roberts posted on 6/9/18

The Indiana Dental Assistants Association Past Presidents extend their deepest sympathies to Joann and her family. You are in our thought and prayers

 

Cathy Roberts posted on 6/9/18

The Indiana Dental Assistants Association Past Presidents extend their deepest sympathy to Joann and her family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Aunt Billie, Charlotte, Gail and Debbie posted on 6/8/18

We are saddened for the loss of our nephew and cousin. So many fond memories growing up and spending the holidays with Stephen and family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. We love you Steven.

 

Singh posted on 6/8/18

My condolences to the Burse family our thoughts and prayers are with you May God give you the strength to cope with the loss of your love one.

 

Singh posted on 6/8/18

My condolences to the Burse family. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. May God give you the strength to cope with the loss of your love one.

 

Judy Merritt Morgan posted on 6/8/18

I know Shirley through Karen. She was always welcoming and wanted to feed us when we stopped by her house. I know she will be missed.

 

Kim and Tim Walsh posted on 6/8/18

What a wonderful lady! We had so much fun with you at Hasse Island. Rest in peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family.

 

 

Reverend Geraldine Colvin posted on 6/7/18

I didn't really get to know Steve, but I remember his smiling face. Such a loss for our yoga community. My heart and prayers are with his family and friends.

 

Linda and Henry Hwong posted on 6/7/18

Doreen, our deepest condolences to you and your family. We have been keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. May God provide you with peace and comfort you need during this time.

 

Denese Davis posted on 6/7/18

Doreen, Please accept my sincere condolences. Life is so tender, so fragile, so very precious but "God is our refuge and strength." Thoughts of deep and sincere sympathy are with and your family during this time. ~ Denese Davis

 

Ken Oehlers posted on 6/7/18

Doreen (and family), our deepest condolences on your loss. We are saddened to hear of the news. With love and support, Your Gaylord Palms family

 

Lorie Lambert posted on 6/7/18

Doreen, my condolences to you and your family on Steve's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May the peace of God, that transcends all understanding, guard your heart and mind.

 

Linda Vogel posted on 6/7/18

Doreen & Family, We are truly sorry and saddened about Steve's passing. What a great husband, father, neighbor and friend. You'll all remain in our thoughts and prayers. Love, The Vogels

 

Dean posted on 6/7/18

My Condolences to the Burse Family.

 

The Sotnik Family posted on 6/7/18

To the Burse family - you in our thoughts and prayers. Much love to all.

 

Miriam Alvarado posted on 6/7/18

My sincerest condolences to Doreen and the Burse family. Your hearts are heavy and your road may be long but you have your memories and God above to see you through. God Bless!

 

The Foerster family posted on 6/7/18

We are very sorry for your loss. Steve was a great person and very nice to our family. Please know that the Burse family is in our thoughts at this difficult time.

 

Lisa Burse posted on 6/7/18

It is with much gratitude that I thank you for the two greatest gifts I've ever received: Oliver and Simon!

 

Elaine Rubeiro posted on 6/6/18

This will be a loss for many in countless ways. Steve touched many peoples lives. He will be greatly missed by numerous people, familiar and friends. May you find strength knowing his suffering is over and your healing is beginning Hugs and love to all.GG

 

Elaine Rubeiro posted on 6/6/18

This will be a loss for many in countless ways. Steve touched many peoples lives. He will be greatly missed by numerous people, familiar and friends. May you find strength knowing his suffering is over and your healing is beginning Hugs and love to all.GG

 

Kevin O'Keefe posted on 6/6/18

Dear Doreen. I am very sorry for the loss of your husband Steve. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the Burse Family. If there is anything I can do to assist, please do not hesitate to pull me in. Sincerely, Kevin O'Keefe

 

 

Christiansen Family posted on 6/6/18

We'll miss you, and all do did for Munster Babe Ruth. we'll always remember you and keep you and your family in our prayers.

 

Mike Pennanen posted on 6/1/18

I remember Tim's gracious interest in our family's well-being; how he and Sara generously coached our daughter in preparing for a vocal audition; and the lovely rendition of a Duke Ellington song he offered during worship. Valerie and I express our heartfelt sympathy.

 

Gina Wall posted on 5/30/18

Roseanne, I'm so sorry to hear about John. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. So glad that John was able to be in his grandkids lives. They will remember him, I'm sure. May the good memories you have help ease the sorrow of his struggles and his passing. With my deepest sympathy

 

Matthew Peters posted on 5/30/18

Was a Great Mentor for all New LSA's. Always took time to answer a question or tell a joke or two. Greatly missed. Rest in Peace Juan!

 

Laura Guetschow posted on 5/30/18

Will miss you Angelo, a wonderful and kind man. Laura & John

 

Bob & Gaye Wood posted on 5/30/18

Ang will be missed by all who knew him. Our thoughts are with you. Gaye & Bob

 

Julia Hernandez posted on 5/30/18

I'm so sorry for your family's loss. Please accept my sincere condolences. I personally know the loss of a loved one, and the pain can seem overwhelming. However I found comfort in the Bible's promise for the future. Acts 24:15 speaks of a resurrection, a time when God will reunite us with our loved ones again! I hope this helps bring some comfort in this time of sorrow.

 

Kimberly Scheurer posted on 5/30/18

EVERY time I saw him, at work, he ALWAYS had a smile on his face. Made everyone he came in contact with smile, too! Prayers go out to his family!

 

Michael A Valente Sr posted on 5/29/18

Ellen my condolences for the loss of your husband Angelo. I really liked him and he was a great man. I am so glad I got to speak with him last week and got a couple of laughs out him. I will truly miss him!

 

 

Isabel Granados posted on 5/28/18

Juan had an engaging personality. Made you feel like you were part of his family. Always spoke dearly of his wife and how they set time apart to spend time with each other. He was crazy about his granddaughter and his family. He not only had an engaging personality, but he had a contagious belly aching laugh. It was a laughter that made you laugh without even knowing what you were laughing about. He will be missed not only as a co-worker, but as a friend and a brother.

 

Joe and Vickie DeRosa posted on 5/28/18

Dear Ellen, We are so very sorry to hear of your beloved Angelo's passing. He was truly such a nice and loving man and we will always remember him fondly. May God give you comfort during this difficult time. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Shawn Utley posted on 5/28/18

Your Beloved Angelo was a rare kind soul , who will be greatly missed by all who knew him. I will surely miss his advise. I sure don't have the words to make your sadness go away El. But hope you can find comfort knowing I wish I did. With Deep Heartfelt Sympathy, Your Always in My Prayers...

 

Rick Caston posted on 5/28/18

Sorry for your loss. He was a great man. He always put a smile on your face and kept you laughing. RIP

 

Jamie Fowler posted on 5/28/18

Heaven gained a beautiful soul. Deepest condolences to the family. May his memory be with us all.

 

Roz Pondo posted on 5/28/18

He was truly a great man. He never looked down upon those who were less fortunate. He was a very kind person. He leaves a huge hole in a lot of lives but just knowing him and how he was makes us greater people. Carry on the legacy by treating all others with kindness and grace. Rest in peace. Condolences to his lovely wife and family.

 

 

Kristen Haffner posted on 5/28/18

I saw Juan every morning and night for several years while at work. We worked the same day, just on different days. Me, him, and Kenny. The commissary people called us "The Three Stooges" because we got along so well. Great guy. He will be missed. "Do you not know that a man is not dead while his name is still spoken?" -Terry Pratchett

 

charlie and marti hobbs posted on 5/27/18

GREAT MAN-GREAT FRIEND-PROUD TO BE YOUR FRIEND-WONDERFUL HUSBAND-WILL MISS YOU-LOVE YOU ANG

 

Kristina Ferrell posted on 5/27/18

So sorry for your loss Ellen. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

khia mccoy posted on 5/27/18

rest peacefully you will be greatly missed

 

Bill Ayrer posted on 5/27/18

One of the nicest person that I have ever met. Godspeed and condolences to the family.

 

Patricia Pernell posted on 5/27/18

Juan (as he was known at Amtrak) was very passionate about Amtrak, Politics, his home and Family. I first met Juan in the Chicago Debriefing Dept where he would turn in his paperwork for reconciliation after a trip. He loved to engage us in conversation, and would captivate everyone in his presence. Juan would tell us about his Family, cooking, his garden and his home projects. One day he was telling us about a delicious meal he had made Puerto Rican pork chops and rice. Well after that mouth watering description, we begged Juan to make it for us. To our surprise, he did!!!! Boy Oh Boy...... it was DELICIOUS!!!! Thanks Juan for the stories, the friendship and the garden fresh cilantro!!!! Rest In Heaven my friend!

 

 

Debbie & Ruth Alexander posted on 5/26/18

We are so sorry for the loss of your beloved son Chance. We will continue to pray that God will bless your family with strength at this most difficult time.

 

The Mitchell family posted on 5/25/18

Our family is in prayer for your family as you mourn the loss of Chance. Praying for strength through this season.

 

Frederick Lener Johnson posted on 5/25/18

We miss you chance it has come for a time to say goodbye and all of Wilbur wright middle school wishes the best of luck to the parents to stay strong even because of the horrible accident that occurs chance is in our hearts everywhere around at Wilbur wright middle school have a great summer - frederick Johnson wilbur wright

 

Clara Clark posted on 5/25/18

So sorry for your loss. God's word the Bible does give us hope I'll see you in our dead loved ones again. Please read John the 5th chapter verses 28 and 29 in your copy of the Bible.

 

 

Eleanor (Muresan) Woods posted on 5/24/18

Attended school with Leona and also worked with her at Inland. She was a great lady with a wonderful personality. She always had a smile on her face. She will be missed by many.

 

Kathy and Bill Spletzer posted on 5/24/18

Our condolences to Paul and all of Leona's loving family. She will be greatly missed by everyone who knew her. What a wonderful, positive person. She gave of herself to family , friends, and those she met. She left the world a much better place for her having been in it. We're sorry to see her go but know she's looking down on us from heaven. Godspeed Leona!

 

Kimberly (Wilson) Marquez posted on 5/22/18

You now have your beautiful crown of diamonds and sparkle. You will always be in my heart. Love you even more, Kimmy

 

Tony Morris posted on 5/22/18

Some of the best memories I have was playing in a band with Jeff back in 2005. Although we have not spoken in 8 years, I will miss him forever.Thank you for the good times.

 

Susan Hynek posted on 5/21/18

What a beautiful woman. Leona was a breath of fresh air and always had a smile. I don't think she was capable of being negative....I never saw her frown, never saw her upset, she just moved full speed ahead with style and grace. She was an incredible spirit and since all of you posting or reading this knew her I think we can all agree, She was one of a kind....her personality was infectious and you couldn't help wanting to be around her, she made you a better person. She took very good care of herself and had style. She was intelligent and inspirational. She will be missed and Heaven definitely gained an angel. God Bless for sharing her with us.

 

Barbara Dzikowski posted on 5/21/18

Leona was a shining star, the brightest light in any room, a vibrant, elegant, and positive force. She gave 200% to everything she loved, whether it was her family, her friends, her faith, or her career. I am so lucky to have had her as a friend and co-worker, and my deepest sympathy goes to Paul and her wonderful family to whom she was utterly devoted. I picture her bursting into Heaven with her unforgettable smile wearing a big red hat. Godspeed, my friend.

 

mark balicki posted on 5/17/18

Yolanda and JJ,I am in San Deigo helping John with work, We are both totally shocked. Jeff always treated my boys with respect as he did with everyone. Our hearts goes out to you both. Jeff was one of the most intelligent persons I have meet. RIP MY BROTHER

 

 

Tom & Kathy posted on 5/17/18

Remembering Pat's love of her family and her outpouring of gifts during the holidays and at birthdays. She loved those moments and we loved being part of many of them!

 

Steve & Michelle Palko, Sally Jo Reagor and Jim & Debbie Palko posted on 5/17/18

We feel honored and blessed to have known Jeff for over 20 years. We valued our relationship with him both in business and in friendship. We hope the Lord brings you and your family much-needed peace during this sad time. Our condolences to you, your family and all who knew and cared for him. Prayers and fond memories from the entire Palko Family.

 

Thomas Carver posted on 5/17/18

Another Mothers day passed without you here to celebrate. Thank you for being my mother, I would never have chosen anyone else. Love always!

 

Rose Smith posted on 5/17/18

Yolanda I am so very sorry for your loss. I know what you're going thru. Jeff was so good to Smitty when he was going thru his cancer battle. God love him. Love Rose

 

Chris Hardaway posted on 5/17/18

So sorry for your loss, "Uncle Jeff" will be missed!!!

 

Jesus Martinez posted on 5/17/18

Words can't express the shock I feel, may God bless the family and continue to give them strength. R.I.P Jeff

 

Connie Williams, MAHO Pres. posted on 5/16/18

I am sorry for your loss. A loss to the Industry he worked in as well. Our prayers are with you. And our thanks that he was able to serve as an ambassador for health and the freedom to choose our health anyway we wanted, naturally.

 

 

Dawn Sullivan posted on 5/16/18

Dear Yolanda & Family, I am sorry to hear of Jeff's passing. i hope for every tear, you will find a memory that will comfort you. Jeff will be missed by all of his industry partners. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Robert Nauman posted on 5/16/18

It is with a saddened heart we learned of cousin Tim’s passing. His pleasant demeanor glowed with a fun sense of humor, laughter and a warm smile. His presence always emanated a genuine kindness. His appreciation of music, singing and theater was admirable. Tim thoroughly enjoyed his teaching career and his students. Most of all he dearly loved his family for whom we pray will find some comfort knowing that he continues to watch over them.

 

Robin & Brad Magaro posted on 5/16/18

We will miss seeing Jeff's bright smile at the trade shows! he was great to work with & so smart. We will miss him terribly. Our heart breaks & goes out to the family.

 

 

Jacob Ungar posted on 5/16/18

I am honored and blessed to have worked with Jeff here at Zint for the past year, Jeff was so wonderful and fun to work with, There really are no words at a time like this when you lose a friend unexpectedly. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family during this difficult time of loss.

 

Nachman Berkovits posted on 5/16/18

I was lucky to have worked closely with Jeff during his time at Zint, and he was always a model of integrity and dedication. I'm extremely saddened by his sudden passing. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

 

 

Marta Droddy posted on 5/16/18

Tim was a ray of light in the Bedeian family. While he was a cousin through marriage, he has always had a piece of our hearts.

 

Beth (Long) Kane posted on 5/16/18

Mr and Mrs Sweeney were my favorite teachers at Thornridge High School. They were amazing roll models. I'm so very sorry for your loss and send you all big hugs!

 

Tamara Zalik Kieper posted on 5/16/18

Mrs. Sweeney, I can't tell you how sad I was to hear of Mr. Sweeney's passing. I know you probably do not remember me, Tamara Zalik, "Tammy" in high school, 1977-81. I spent many hours in the speech/theatre world there. You and your husband were two of the nicest people I met. I am happy to hear Mr. Sweeney had a peaceful passing, and I am sure you find some comfort in that. May God bless you and your family, and help to speed up your healing. Love, Tamara

 

Christine Casey posted on 5/16/18

My deepest sympathy to you and your family. So hard to comprehend the loss of someone like Jeff who so many of us knew and respected. Jeff was well liked by everyone and will be truly missed.

 

Sue Kim posted on 5/16/18

Yolanda, so sorry for your sudden loss. I never met Jeff but we will all remember him as a loving dad and a husband. My thoughts are with your family.

 

Brenda Werner posted on 5/16/18

Hello Van Hecke family. I worked with Jeff on the Zint business for Target and he was so wonderful to work with. He was just out in Minneapolis for a meeting last month and was telling me how proud he was of his family and especially of his son who was graduating from college. My thoughts are with you during this very hard time.

 

 

Olivia Nevarez posted on 5/15/18

Our hearts are saddened by your loss and our thoughts and prayers are with you. May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time.

 

Katherine La Montagne Lunde posted on 5/15/18

May the peace of God be with you and your family

 

Dr Phillip Dietrich & Linda Graziano from Total Health Clinic posted on 5/15/18

Our heart goes out to the family. We will keep you in our prays, we are sorry to hear of his passing he was so young..

 

wendy blackmon-dismuke posted on 5/15/18

He was a great teacher. Will never forget how he made me repeat my Mike Hammer speech over & over to ensure I had it right for competition!!!

 

The Zint family posted on 5/15/18

We are so saddened by this loss. Jeff was an inspiration to us all, and we were incredibly fortunate to have had a chance to work with him. He was always honest and driven and a pleasure to be around, and we will sorely miss him.

 

Sandra Booher Rosen posted on 5/15/18

Sara, so sorry to hear of your husbands passing. My sympathies to you and your family.

 

Jennifer Mihajlov posted on 5/15/18

I met Jeff recently, but we hit it off like long lost friends. He was a true supporter of me and I will never forget him. Yolanda, I wish we met as he spoke so highly of you. My deepest thoughts and sympathies.

 

David Montgomery posted on 5/15/18

If was a pleasure to work with Tim at Thornridge high school. He will be missed! My condolences to Sara and the family.

 

 

Brenda My posted on 5/15/18

Yolanda, My prayers are with you and your family. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

MARION(RED) AND DELORES FULTE posted on 5/15/18

LION "RED FULTE" AND DELORES OFFER OUR CONDOLENCE, TO A "GREAT MAN" AND ""GREAT LION"". IT WAS GREAT TO WORK WITH HIM.

 

Anita Amkraut posted on 5/15/18

So sorry to hear about Jeff. My sincere condolences to my lovely niece Yolanda and her wonderful son Jonathan and the Van Hecke family on their loss. Jeff was a very caring and talented person, he will be missed by many.

 

Ruth and Steve Nares posted on 5/15/18

Jeff was a great guy. Never did I see him in a bad mood always had a smile on his face. Our thoughts and Prayers are with you and your family. He will sorely be missed by all that knew him.

 

 

Vianney A. Floodas posted on 5/15/18

Our sincere condolences. Jeff was a cherished friend whom we admired for his upbeat spirit and outstanding character. He will be missed! May he rest in peace knowing he positively influenced the lives of many. May great memories You shared help you cope during this difficult time. Warm Regards, V & Ted

 

Hugo Ramirez posted on 5/15/18

A very sad day in my life to hear the passing of my beloved Nephew Jeff, He will be missed,can not think of a better person. RIP.

 

Lynne Simari posted on 5/15/18

Tim I had such wonderful memories of working on shows with you- RIP dear man- Start organizing drama in heaven- Love and prayers to your family

 

Heidi Traore posted on 5/15/18

So sorry to hear about Jeff. My deepest condolences to his family. I met Jeff in the 90's. We started our careers in the natural products industry around the same time & I'd see him over the years at trade shows. He was a fun sweet guy who will be missed. Wishing you strength in your time of sorrow!

 

Jaime Martinez posted on 5/15/18

May you rest in heaven and God watch over your loved ones on earth. RIP JEFF.

 

Dawn Dwyer posted on 5/15/18

An incredible man and amazing friend. You will truely be missed.All in my thoughts and prayers!

 

 

Elsa Razo posted on 5/15/18

Yolie. My sincere condolences to you and JJ. May you find peace with all the memories you created while he was here with you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love you dearly.

 

Jesse Gomez posted on 5/15/18

My condolences to Yolanda and the entire Van Hecke family on their loss. Jeff was a great guy with a great sense of humor. A true lover of life. May the family find peace during this difficult time of loss. Amen.

 

 

Bob and Brenda Block posted on 5/15/18

Jeff was a wonderful person who cared deeply for what he believed in. His heart and soul belonged to Yolanda and Jonathan. We will miss him.

 

Don and Jean Williams posted on 5/15/18

Lion Don Williams and his wife send their condolences to the Sweeney family. . His smile, patience,service, and love to all will be missed.

 

Jan Waker posted on 5/15/18

Thinking of good memories of Jeff at trade shows. Prayers for his beloved family and friends.

 

 

Jan Waker posted on 5/15/18

Thinking of happy times with Jeff at trade shows. He is a shining star in Heaven now. Prayers for all his beloved family and friends.

 

Diane Mireles posted on 5/15/18

Taken too soon. Jeff was a kind man and had a contagious smile!

 

Sharon and Larry Lucka posted on 5/14/18

He will be missed

 

 

Elizabeth Casillas posted on 5/14/18

He was a great guy

 

Donna Pritchett (Sister) posted on 5/14/18

Thank you to all who sent condolences and attended the visitation for Perry. It means so much to all of our family. Perry spent the last day of his life riding his motorcycle and enjoying friends. His journey ended peacefully in his sleep. Perry's free spirit and kindness to others will always be remembered. He lives on forever in our hearts !!!

 

Wally Simkus Sr. posted on 5/12/18

Perry was a true straight up guy, he will be missed. My thoughts are with his family.

 

MLC posted on 5/12/18

I would like to extend my sincere condolences to the friends and family of Perry. We can all look forward to the day when those in death will be welcomed back to life. Hosea 13:14 From the power of the grave I will redeem them, from death I will recover them." What a wonderful prospect we look forward to.

 

Vanessa McLaughlin posted on 5/12/18

My condolences and blessings to Kathy and the family of Mr Grunhardt. I did not know him personally but through the many stories Kathy shared at work, he sounded like a great man. I also recently learned that he is part of the Immaculate Conception family that I am part of, Class of 1979. God bless him and his family.

 

 

WARREN DEAN posted on 5/12/18

My. Condolences to the Podolak family, i can remember the first day I started working at Ford and Perry was my supervisor, I was assigned to a job that no one wanted at that time the PCM INSTALL after one day I went to Perry and ask to be put on another job that it's just to difficult to understand. Perry looked mE in the eye and said to me I BELIEVE YOU CAN DO IT WARREN with a smile, now 8 yrs later Im jest now getting off a job that Perry had in his mind that I can master. I'm truly going to miss you PERRY. R.I.P. my supervisor

 

Jim Golembieski posted on 5/12/18

Can you add Laura Golembieski to my post? Thank you

 

Jim Golembieski posted on 5/12/18

Godspeed my brother. You were always a very important part of my family. A wave of great memories has overcome us since hearing of your passing. My condolences to the family and may you rest in peace until we can share a pizza and beer once again.

 

 

William Walotn posted on 5/12/18

Ride well my friend.

 

Anna Windlow posted on 5/11/18

I’m sorry for the loss of the Podolak family. I didn’t know Perry personally, but I always seen him around for years. I’ve heard many good words about him. So, he obviously was a nice person and touched many people. My condolences and prayers to his family and friends.

 

Star Jones, UAW Safety Rep posted on 5/11/18

My dear friend and coworker. Perry would always say Star just call me and I'll handle it. Got to talk with him for a while last Monday and he asked me how everything was going...then told me it will be all good. We're gonna have a smooth night and it's gonna go quick. He would always check on me and ask if there was anything he could help with. I will truly miss my calm cool gent! R.I.P Perry

 

Old Long Hair (Decker) posted on 5/11/18

In this world today the total number of truly kind, caring and respectful people is very small. That number has just been lowered by one more. You will be deeply missed my brother.

 

Mark Sarkisian posted on 5/11/18

I've worked with Perry for a lot of years. Even though he always had his hands full, he would take the time to try and help out. His job was extremely stressful, yet he always had that smirky grin, as if to say "yep, it's hard but i'm here, I only work 1/3 of my life, and I make sure the other 2/3 are "cool"". At least that's how I took it. He will be missed. God Bless his soul.

 

Andrea Hinshelwood posted on 5/11/18

So sorry to hear this. Rest In Peace.

 

Annette Gaskill-Baeza posted on 5/11/18

I had Perry for a supervisor a few times during my time at Ford! He was a well respected man and as long as you respected him he you as well! I will never forget his kind words he said to me a few months ago when he changed shifts! Enjoy your journey now Perry and I hope you find peace! You will be missed! R.I.P

 

Karen Creech posted on 5/10/18

Knew Perry since Mid America Mailers, he was my supervisor. He wss great. Then ran into him again at Ford. He was always so nice. He will be missed

 

Trish Dillingham posted on 5/10/18

My coworker, team member and friend ride high and watch over us as we keep your memory alive. When you are loved it is always too soon.

 

John D Orlando Jr posted on 5/10/18

Perry. So sorry to hear you left us. You were a great boss for Ford you will be miss and it was was so nice to weld for you. Ford Jobs and Government Jobs. You will Be missed my friend. God bless you

 

Tom Bell posted on 5/10/18

Perry was a great man and co-worker at Ford. He knew the true meaning of team work and never passed up an opportunity to assist in anyway he could. Outside of work, it always a great time enjoying a few cold ones together. RIP my friend!

 

Ayanna Dixon posted on 5/10/18

Not only is this a great loss to Ford Motor company but UAW as well!!!We've lost a great supervisor who had not only helped us save jobs but also kept people working. He was fair and showed respect. Thanks for everything Perry, Rest Well!

 

Kristopher Reichert posted on 5/10/18

He always treated me with respect.

 

Kristopher Reichert posted on 5/10/18

Perry was my first supervisor at Ford and he was pretty new himself. He was honest fair and a fun guy to work with. Occasionally we'd have a few after work and I learned that he was the same person outside of work.A genuinely good man. I will miss him.

 

Scott A Reese posted on 5/10/18

Perry was the best supervisor I’ve ever worked with. Fair, honest and genuinely a great person all around. I wish I could have known outside of Ford. My condolences go out from my family to yours. I love that guy!!

 

Tina Lambert posted on 5/10/18

I worked with Perry for a time at Ford , and thought of him as one of the best supervisors there. I liked and respected him, as did many others. So sorry to hear of his passing. My condolences to his family and friends.

 

suzette thomas posted on 5/9/18

Well today is 3 years I miss you so much I feel like I'm breaking every day I wish I could say I love you one more time I wish I could hold you one more time I love you mom

 

Paul Hopp posted on 5/8/18

My next door neighbor for the first 32 years of my life! Awesome gentleman. So glad we drove by the old neighborhood and saw him the last time we were there.

 

Carlie Sleeman posted on 5/3/18

I always enjoyed visiting Uncle Lee whenever we passed through Indiana. I'm proud to follow in his footsteps by serving in the Army, and I hope he is proud to see me do so.

 

Randy & Connie Johnson posted on 5/2/18

Pam we are so sorry for your loss. Your family is in our prayers.

 

Scott Patterson posted on 5/2/18

Brian, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers my friend.

 

Jeff Parker posted on 5/2/18

Brian, so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers

 

James J. Gigliotti posted on 5/1/18

So very sorry for your loss. My condolences to the entire family. Mr Rising was a wonderful man always with a smile and a kind word. He was a genuine guy the kind they don’t make anymore. I know he will be greatly missed. My most sincere sympathies and may God give you the strength during this sad time.

 

A.J. Hutchins posted on 4/30/18

Danny aka Boxcar is sadly missed. Lord please watch over Sandy and his family in this difficult time. May their mourning be broken with joy as they remember his comical wit. RIP Brother

 

THOMAS A MORGAN posted on 4/30/18

Joe, Special memories with your father will never expire. Thinking of you! Tom & Brenda

 

 

Sue Harrison posted on 4/30/18

My memory of Nancy is her smile as she teased her niece, nephew and my daughter. Making them laugh so hard! Prayers for Her loved ones.

 

Lillian Haber & Chuck Haber posted on 4/29/18

My Mother & I are VERY, VERY saddened to hear this. We were just talking about Don a couple weeks ago, wondering if he was still living in the same house in Calumet City, which we visited many times when I was a kid. Our very deepest condolences go out to the family he leaves behind as our prayers go out to them as well as for Don.

 

Fred Baginski posted on 4/29/18

Knew Don from Republic Steel. Still have a picture of him and Pauline dancing at my wedding.

 

Carol Forsythe posted on 4/29/18

Joe, My sympathy to you and your family. Sorry I never met your Dad. Looked like a cool guy from the birthday photos I've seen.

 

Hugh Brooks posted on 4/29/18

Family friends going back to the 50’s. Will always remember Don as a warm and humorous man that made youngsters feel good about themselves. Sympathy and regards.

 

Pamela Patterson Smith posted on 4/29/18

So sorry for your loss. Mr. Rising was an awesome person. Prayers for your family

 

Pamela Patterson Smith posted on 4/29/18

So very sorry for your loss. Mr. Rising was an awesome person. Prayers for your family

 

Denise lucas posted on 4/29/18

Danny was a great guy. He was my husbands best friend and my sons godfather.now he'll be up in heaven with my husband playing cards.

 

 

Pat Patterson Lopez posted on 4/29/18

Prayers and love to you and your families. Pat

 

Pat Pattterson Lopez posted on 4/29/18

I am so sorry for the Loss of your Father. He was a great friend. Always had great times bowling with him and your Mom Pauline. Loved them both. Love and hugs to you and your family. Pat

 

 

Kenneth pasternak posted on 4/29/18

My prayers are with you and the family

 

Karen McCullough posted on 4/29/18

So sorry to hear of Nancy's passing. My memories of her go back to grammar school and high school. She was always so much fun and she will be missed. Prayers are with her children and all her family.

 

 

Janet Almen posted on 4/28/18

So wonderful re-uniting with Nancy for our 50th High School Reunion. We went to Seven Holy Founders Grammar School and Mother of Sorrows High School together.. She was always so cute and funny. Two of my favorite memories were wait o g for the bus on the corner every day and sharing our life events every day and going to the Prom and dancing the night away in our formal gowns. She will always be part of some of my favorite memories!

 

Linda Carey posted on 4/28/18

In the short period of time that I knew Nancy, she and I bonded. She talked about her life, family, friends and what she had done in life. I will greatly miss her, however know that she is at peace now! May she rest in peace. Love to the family during this time!

 

 

The Coleman Family posted on 4/27/18

She was a wonderful woman and I know she will be missed. Thinking of all of you at this sad time.

 

Linda Carey posted on 4/27/18

I am saddened by the call I received from Nancy's daughter Mary last evening. Although I have not known her for a long period, we became friends and she talked about her life and what meant the most to her. She had a great impact on my life, as I just went through the same with my loving mother. I became close with Mary and offered her advice. I will never forget Nancy and her love of life! May she rest in peace and my heart goes out to the family!

 

Jean Costello posted on 4/26/18

To Nancy's Family, my deepest sympathy on the lost of Mom, Grandmother and Sister. I live across the pond from Nancy's place and we shared our love of cats and all the work that she did on her home. Will miss her.

 

Bivian posted on 4/18/18

May your find comfort in fond memories, as we await the fulfillment of the Creator’s promise-“all those in God’s memory will will hear his voice and come out.

 

Ann Cross posted on 4/18/18

Words fail to capture the pain of losing a loved one, we look forward to the time when words will fail to capture the joy of having our Heavenly Father fulfill his promises . -Revelaion 21:3,5 -“Death nor pain will be no more the former things have passed away.”

 

Sharon Gill posted on 4/17/18

Dear Diane and family, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your Mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

BURTON GERBER posted on 4/16/18

To my dear friend, Beta fraternity brother, roommate at Michigan State. A wonderful citizen, husband and father. Always in God's grace.

 

Tom Bakken posted on 4/16/18

Rene and family. So very sorry for your loss. These times are so hard to go through. Please understand that death is only a transition from this life to the next, and that it's just beautiful where she's gone to, and that she's waiting there to greet you upon your arrival. I know, because I was shown a glimpse of it when I experienced it for myself. It's beautiful beyond what words can describe. Still, we left behind must deal with our feelings of loss. My deepest sympathy to you and yours. Sorry I was not able to make the service. Hope we can get together, soon.

 

The Stevens Family posted on 4/16/18

Sintes family, We are so sorry for the loss of Barbara. May you find comfort that she is no longer suffering.

 

Michelle N. Brennan posted on 4/15/18

Mrs. Sintes, you were always a great person to talk to and you had such a great sense of humor. You did so much for your family. I remember your glass figurines and there was a butterfly one that I loved the most. I will remember you as the most beautiful butterfly in God's garden. With love, Michelle N. Brennan

 

 

Brian & Debbie Zurek posted on 4/13/18

Sarah, we are sorry to hear of your grandmother's passing. Your family are in our prayers.

 

Cindy Johnson posted on 4/13/18

Thinking of your family at this difficult time. Sending prayers and God Bless.

 

 

Marina Carmen Zaldivar posted on 4/12/18

Dear Rene Tony and Patrick and extended family, I’ll always remember Barbara as a soft spoken kind intelligent lady. My heart is deeply sadden to hear of her passing and I send my love and prayers on behalf of myself and family. My Mom also asked to let you know she was very sad to here of her passing and sends her condolences and love to all.

 

Genevieve Ristin posted on 4/12/18

Till we meet again, dear sister...

 

Charles Kelly jr posted on 4/11/18

My condolences to you and your family.

 

 

Patrick Sintes posted on 4/11/18

I Love You So Much Mom

 

George and Phyllis Vesvardes posted on 4/10/18

May his memory be eternal. A very kind soul who will be missed by everyone.

 

Pam martero posted on 4/9/18

Sandi will be missed by many she touched many children in life we will all miss her

 

Paul and Maria Alberty and family posted on 4/8/18

Ζοι σε σας. Our deepest condolences to Thea Andonia, John , Spero and families. May he Rest In Peace and May you all find comfort in the wonderful memories of a kind, and generous man. Many prayers to all of you. Love Paul, Maria Alberty and family

 

 

Sonia Ramos and Family posted on 4/6/18

Diane and Family, We are truly sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Jana (Kime) Collins posted on 4/6/18

It saddens me to hear the news of Kevin's passing. My heart goes out to all of his family and friends! Kevin was a wonderful guy who had a big heart, contagious smile and always looked our for me when I was at Purdue like a big brother!! He will greatly missed by all!!

 

Gail I Creen posted on 4/6/18

Oh Melissa! I'm so sorry to all those who knew and loved Melissa. She was a very special person and I am sure she is still right next to us watching and laughing. Deepest condolences.

 

Dan Plath posted on 4/6/18

So sorry Bruce & family. I will keep your family in my prayers.

 

 

Jennifer Colston posted on 4/6/18

So sorry for your loss..

 

Beth Beers posted on 4/5/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with Diane, Bruce, and Tammy during this time. Your mom was a special person. She was a great friend to my mom as well as your dad and my dad. I heard about the fun our parents would have when they were here in Maine. All this laughter, chatting, and the twinkles in both moms eyes.. Now, both parents are together catching up on old times and keeping an eye on all of us. Reach out to us anytime. Love, Beth, Rick, Janice, and Konlon

 

Patty (Hemingway) Carmichael posted on 4/5/18

I'm so sorry and saddened by your loss. I will always remember Kevin with his recognizable and contagious laugh. He was a great support to me my first few years at Purdue, keeping a smile on my face. My thoughts are with you and your family, he will be missed.

 

Kelly Butler and Cheryl Photenhauer posted on 4/5/18

Sorry for the loss of your Mother, Gus you and your entire family are in our thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time.

 

Brandon DenHoed posted on 4/5/18

Kevin was my brother regardless of the "step" moniker. Having the privilege of knowing Kevin had enriched my life in a similar way what I'm sure he enriched yours: always positive; always smiling. Thank you for being my brother, Kevin.

 

Mary, Dan & Devida posted on 4/5/18

So sorry on the loss of your mother. You have our deepest sympathy. Cherish the memories you had with your mom.

 

Julie Larsen posted on 4/5/18

My prayers and sympathy to your family Bruce. We only have one mom which we miss forever when they're gone.

 

Mindy Meyers posted on 4/5/18

While living in Chicago, Kevin was like a brother to me. He was always looking out for me and encouraging me. Whenever I would see him, he would greet me with a “Hey girl!!!” and a great big bear hug. I will always remember all the fun times we had at Purdue, football games, Chicago festivals, and many concerts. My heart is heavy for his family but cherish in knowing what a truly amazing person he was-I am honored that I was able to be part of his life.

 

The Carulli and Noel family posted on 4/5/18

Janice was a wonderful friend and neighbor. She would be the first person to offer her assistance in any way she could. Janice would take us and her family in her baby blue convertible on fun adventures that we still remember today with fondness and love. Janice was a remarkable and extraordinary woman, and we were blessed to have her in our lives. She will be dearly missed. We send our deepest sympathy to her loving family for their tremendous loss. May you find comfort in the loving and happy memories she created.

 

Taylor Coles posted on 4/4/18

Kevin truly knew how to lift a persons spirits. I remember one of the last conversations that we shared...It was a frustrating day for me, and within minutes he had me laughing and thinking positive about everything that happened that day. He was a great man, and a great friend. He reminded me to be grateful throughout the difficult moments of life, and reminded me how important it is to tell people you love and appreciate them. He will be missed.

 

Mick and Linda Belcher posted on 4/4/18

So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family.

 

Kristina Hardy posted on 4/4/18

I am so saddened to hear of Kevin leaving this world way too soon. My love and thoughts are with the Davis family. I will always remember Kevin happy and laughing.

 

Russell Smith posted on 4/4/18

So sorry to hear about Kevin. I have fond memories of coaching Kevin on the Rattlers soccer team. He was such a joy to be around. Kerry and I extend our deepest sympathy to the Davis family. Russell and Kerry Smith

 

Barry Smith posted on 4/4/18

Hugs and Prayers to the Davis family. I have fond memories of growing up with Kevin and playing soccer and baseball together as teammates for many seasons. Great fella, he will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him.

 

Rose Anaya posted on 4/4/18

My condolences Sharon to you any your family.

 

Pat Weber posted on 4/4/18

Jim, we are sad to hear of the loss of your son Kevin. Our sincerest condolences to you and your family. Praying that you feel the presence of God and His arms holding you. Pat and Pete Weber

 

Kristin Kelly posted on 4/4/18

I am so sorry for your loss, extending my most heartfelt sympathy.

 

Tom Hachtel posted on 4/4/18

Sorry for your loss.

 

Sue (JoHantgen) Knost posted on 4/4/18

Jim, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your son, Kevin. My deepest sympathy to you and other members of your family.

 

Mary Frank (Esterline) posted on 4/4/18

Jim So sorry to hear this. My deepest sympathy.

 

Gary Shannon posted on 4/4/18

Jim we are so sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts are with you. Wish I would have had the opportunity to meet him. If he was anything like you he was a great individual. Gary and Rosemary Shannon

 

Mary & Jerry Pontius posted on 4/4/18

A bother neither of us had, a great friend, an even better person and an outstanding volunteer! God Speed!

 

Linda Leichtweis posted on 4/4/18

Jim, I am so sorry to hear about Kevin. I was lucky to have spent time with him last April when we were both in Florida. It was fun playing golf with him and just chatting. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. He was a good guy. Love, Linda

 

Elaine and Rick Lence posted on 4/4/18

Jim, so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Cathie Gerig Batt posted on 4/3/18

I am so very sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for you and your family.

 

George and Diane Schwan posted on 4/3/18

Jim and family, George and I want to extend our deepest symphathy on your loss. For those who love, time is not.

 

Jenna Ryan posted on 4/3/18

Rest in peace, my old high school and college friend. So sad to hear of your passing. Sending thoughts and prayers to your amazing family.

 

Brooke Scheidler posted on 4/3/18

Jim & Family, We're deeply saddened to hear of your loss. May you find peace through God's love and through prayers and thoughts that are being sent. May your son's soul Rest In Peace. With Love, Craig, Brooke, Hunter, & Kalin Scheidler

 

Larry and Shirley Bauer posted on 4/3/18

Jim and family we are so sorry to hear of your loss. We want to extend our sympathy to you, and if we can be of any help please let us know.

 

Janis and Russ Watson posted on 4/3/18

Our sympathy to Jim and Sharon along with your families during this time of loss and heartache. May God comfort you through the love and support of caring friends and His promise that "He will never leave you or forsake you".

 

Dustin and Angela Beck posted on 4/3/18

Jim, we are so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts.

 

Cindy Bolger posted on 4/3/18

I was deeply saddened by the news of Kevin's passing. I feel honored to have know him and want to offer my sincere sympathy to you and your family.

 

Ron & Denise Dean posted on 4/3/18

Dear Jim & Family, We are so sorry for the loss of your son. May God give You peace and comfort during this trying time and May You all Be Blessed!! Ron & Denise Dean

 

 

Christy Schmittel posted on 4/3/18

I will always remember Mr. Mosca coming outside to say hi to all the kids on the block. That did not change as I grew older, he always made sure to say hi when he saw me and that will always mean a lot to me.

 

Sharon Poniatowski posted on 4/2/18

To aunt who will never be forgotten and was like a mother to me growing up.May she rest in peace.

 

 

Damon posted on 4/2/18

Condolences to Moms, Audree, and John T. – I know Melissa was a special love to you. I only found out yesterday, and this karma-defying moment is heartbreaking. If I had to describe Melissa in five words or less, it would be to say that she was: A strong, motivated, good person. After high school, my tightest years with Melissa were back in the Mansard’s and Schererville apartment days when Melissa and John lived together. If memory serves, this particular incident occurred in the apartment at the Mansard’s apartment. I stayed late into the night countless times and would often crash there. This particular time, I ended up falling asleep on the floor. By morning, I was sleeping on my back. Melissa and John had a cat who was a young adult, but petite. Well, one of this cat’s idiosyncrasies was that, given the opportunity, it would curl up and sleep on your forehead. I was not aware of this until it actually happened. Thanks, guys! To say the least, it’s an uneasy feeling when you tell your head to move but it will not :P. I thought that I was either witnessing my own dream or paralyzed. Groggy, as we are when freshly awakened, it took a few more ineffective commands from me to head until I was aware enough to feel around with my hands, discovering that I had a cat sleeping comfortably on my head - not bothered by my attempts to get up, apparently. We shared a good laugh about that one over breakfast. We had some good times back then. We would swim, grill, snack on the blue couches while watching Comedy Central, take in the occasional movie at her mom’s where I would use one of her hounds as a pillow, and we would sit on the balcony late at night ignoring our past while talking about the future. In the last five years, she has been on my mind and I meant to get in contact with her, but did not. I thought we were only halfway through this ride. Condolences to family and friends. If Kish could leave the following address up, it would be appreciated. I don’t mind this email being published. John, if this information finds its way to you, ring me up when you have it in you: diduhearaboutpluto@gmail.com RIP, Melissa, Damon

 

Victoria Jackson posted on 3/30/18

I am so sorry for your loss. May you take comfort in the promise found at Revelation 21:4. Soon death will be no more.

 

Dolly Haluska posted on 3/29/18

Deepest sympathies to Melissa's family at this time. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

 

Lauriann Chilla & Tony Morris posted on 3/29/18

So very sorry for your loss.

 

Corey Hecht posted on 3/29/18

Melissa, you could brighten the room with your laugh and smile. You are missed by so many but we will meet again someday.

 

Thomas Carver posted on 3/29/18

Mom, you've been gone a year. It still doesn't seem possible, and I still find myself about to call you to talk most days after work like I always did. I miss you terribly and still think this proves there is no karma when you were taken too soon. Mason still looks at your pictures and says "That's Grandma!". I will do my best to keep you in his heart.We all love you, miss you, and hope to give you a hug again someday. I will love you always.

 

Janet Keck posted on 3/29/18

My deepest sympathies to the entire family. May God bless all who loved her as a relative, co-worker, or friend. Gone much too soon. RIP Melissa.

 

Jessica Buikema posted on 3/28/18

So sad to hear about her passing. She was a great lady with a big heart. Her family is in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Ancelmo & Belinda Del Muro posted on 3/28/18

We are so saddened by your loss. Our prayers are with you all.

 

Pat Vukovich posted on 3/28/18

Dear Melissa, I have fond memories of us working together at Graycor in Homewood....you were a professional and a big hearted young lady. You will be missed by many. .

 

Cheryl Hansen posted on 3/28/18

Sandy and Audree, I'm so sorry for your loss. Melissa was such a kind and generous person whom I'm proud to have known both as an employee and a friend. I'm praying that God will watch over your family and provide comfort and strength during this difficult time.

 

Ann and Harry Batagianis posted on 3/28/18

Sandy and Family, We are so sorry to hear of your loss of Melissa. I remember what a special, happy person she was when I saw her at my mom, Earline's 90th Birthday party. Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you and your family go through this sad time. We will be commemorating a mass in Melissa's honor at St. Teresa of Avila Church in Valparaiso. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Ranjan Kini posted on 3/28/18

Sorry to hear the news. Deepest condolences and sympathies to family and friends... enjoyed working with her on Rotary projects ...

 

Angela posted on 3/28/18

Oh my sweet friend and colleague....I am blessed to have known you and work alongside such a quality person with a pure heart. I am thankful for our time together and I pray you have the peace that only Our Savior can bring. I love you and miss you already. Prayèrs for your family. Love, Angela Moore

 

Bill Priller posted on 3/28/18

I pray that God will give the family peace and consolation...Melissa was a bright light in a dark world...she will be truly missed!!!

 

Jim Rainbolt posted on 3/28/18

Melissa, you were a bright and shining light here on earth. You touched so many people in a positive way. You will be missed!

 

 

Kimmy (Wilson) Marquez posted on 3/27/18

First of all, please give my dad a great big hug for me!! Thank you for always being so welcoming to me and my family. Love you

 

Melissa Huffman posted on 3/27/18

Melissa thank you for your friendship and always helping me when I needed you with pictures or anything else. You are one of a kind.

 

Jay Vigil posted on 3/27/18

I will always remember the fun times we had when you visited in the summers. Telling ghosts stories and running around like maniacs. Rest easy. Gone way too soon. Dance with the angels

 

terry yated posted on 3/27/18

may God bless an keep you in your time of need may he give you peace with in.hold on 2 God he will see u through.

 

Wanda C. Scott posted on 3/27/18

The Family of Melissa Garcia, May God comfort you during this difficult time.

 

Al Konieczka posted on 3/27/18

Melissa, you were a good friend, a colleague and a hard working person. You loved life, loved working with people and I enjoyed working with you over the past 2+ years. I will miss you my friend. I was absolutely shocked and saddened when I head the news. Rest in peace......

 

Cate and Robert Roberts posted on 3/27/18

Too soon gone. Our sincere condolences to Melissa's family and many friends who loved her.

 

Bill and Edythe Strater posted on 3/26/18

A beautiful obituary for a remarkable man. We always admired Dick for his leadership skills at Ridge Methodist and all other accomplishments he made to Northwest Indiana.progress.

 

Susan Bernardo posted on 3/25/18

Dick will be remember as a family man that enjoyed being surrounded by his family at the lake. He enjoyed his walks behind the cottages and in the lake He leaves footprints that will not be erase over time but remembered for his kind heart.

 

Al posted on 3/25/18

It has been a year but we have not forgotten you and never will. We celebrated your life with Joe on 23 March at Panera’s. We love you and I love you.

 

Jim posted on 3/22/18

On behalf of Nancy and I we wish to extend to you our sincere sympathy for the loss of your dad. We only knew your dad and mom for a few years but what lovely people - you were blessed to have them. Jim Simpson & Nancy (and Rudy, miss you at the Monday pool game!)

 

Stylianos Livos posted on 3/20/18

My deepest condolences to the family. Zwh s'esas na zisetai na ton thimosaste

 

Maria Tsiongas posted on 3/20/18

May his memory be eternal, Ζωή σε σας

 

 

Christie Scott-Swentko posted on 3/20/18

My deepest condolences to you and your family! May the Lord wrap his arms around you all and help heal your broken hearts.

 

Father Pat Gaza posted on 3/16/18

Joan and Family, We join with you in thanking God for the gift of Marty Collins. We know him, like you, Joan, as a positive, encouraging, very special person, who never said an unkind word to anyone. We remember fondly first meeting the "Collins Clan," playing double-deck pinochle with you and Phil and Carole Gulledge, as young parents. You are an exceptional couple, with a special talent for bringing people together to have fund, whether pool parties, Christmas parties, group camping get-togethers, or family celebrations. We treasure the video Marty took for our 25th Wedding Anniversary party. We remember fondly being at all the children's weddings. Mary, now a nurse, stayed with our teenagers, Keith, Tim, and Amy, when we too our six-week "honeymoon vacation" in 1981. Since we moved out into the country to Kouts fifteen years ago, we have not seen each other much. We miss you and think of you often. We will continue to pray for you, that you receive the consolation that God gives. God bless you. Spence and Carol Greer

 

Nita Yack posted on 3/14/18

Please accept my sincere condolences for Mike's family and friends.

 

 

Mindi Berg posted on 3/13/18

R.I.P dear cousin. Your sadness, loss of loved ones, and aloneness is over. May God keep your soul happy & safe now. Love, Mindi

 

VERNELL CLARK MORROW posted on 3/12/18

Sorry i never knew your wife, but i know you will remember me, i'm one of Albert Clarks daughters. Very sorry for your loss

 

Lois Heintz posted on 3/12/18

My sympathy to Jan's family. I enjoyed seeing her every week at the Treasurer's office and hearing about her family.

 

Brett posted on 3/11/18

I'm gonna miss you and our walks to the park and to restaurants. You were a very big part of my life and meant a lot to me. I hope your watching over me and all your friends and family. Love and miss you. May you rest in peace.

 

 

Debbie And John and Dr Jim Swienconek posted on 3/11/18

So sorry for your lose! We remember all the good times we had (during the chiefs Amazing times! Your all in our prayers,

 

 

Johnslave@aol.com posted on 3/11/18

So sorry for you lose. We remember all the good times we had with you guys; (during the chiefs). Your all in our prayers! Debbie,John and Dr. Jim Swienconek

 

THOMAS STEFANIAK posted on 3/11/18

I would like to extended my deepest sympathies to the family of Jan Clark. It was my pleasure to have worked with Jan for some 15 years. i was always remember her as a loyal,conscience,and motivated employee. May God grant the family peace and comfort at this trying time

 

Richard Debski posted on 3/10/18

God just received another Angel in Heaven. A very special lady with a beautiful heart, and a smile and kindness about her that was an inspiration to all that knew her. You will always remain in my thoughts and prayers, as you were a very special friend.

 

Timothy Ledna posted on 3/8/18

Mrs. Jan Clark was a gentle touch of kindness to those around her. I was fortunate to have spent time with Jan while I was in High School with Marcie, her daughter. I have fond memories of a generous woman dedicated to her family. I loved the dinners I got invited to; Jan was an excellent cook. She was such a welcoming person. So many will miss Mrs. Clark, but her legacy will live on through her adult children who she loved so much! Eternal rest grant to her, O Lord; and let light perpetual shine upon her. May her soul, and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.

 

Steve & Michelle Bauer (Cousin of Richard Grycaj) posted on 3/8/18

Even though we only seen you at the holidays, we will miss your bright smile. Our condolences to the family.

 

Ron & Karen Robles & Family posted on 3/8/18

May God Bless you Marty and help your family through this most difficult time! Our Hearts prayers and sympathy are with you and those you left behind ! Our love goes out to your family!

 

Chad and Bridget Rueth posted on 3/8/18

Marcie and family, Bridget and I are very sorry for your loss. Your mom remains one of the kindest and warmest people that I have ever met in my life. The memories that we have from high school and being at your house will remain with me forever. God bless your family.

 

James Bragiel posted on 3/7/18

I am so fortunate to have had such a wonderful aunt in my life. I will never forget your smile and your kindness. You were the backbone of our family and we all will never be the same without you. You were the loving mother/grandmother who raised two wonderful children and also two beautiful grandchildren and a devoted and loving wife to a loving husband and I will never ever forget you or the values that you instilled and the love you have shown to the family. I love you alway’s Aunt Jan and I will think about you each and everyday.

 

Sueb815@gmail.con posted on 3/7/18

Jan was the most wonderful person in the world. I never saw her get mad. She was like a sister to me. Have so many memories of her. We laughed together cried together and had so much fun. She will always be in my heart. Loved her so very much

 

Your niece Jaide posted on 3/6/18

We all miss you and love you so much Marty. I hope you finally got your Mister Misty. You’ll forever be in all of our hearts. We could never forget someone like you.

 

 

Your sister Gina posted on 3/6/18

Rest easy Marty. Watch over & protect us our Guardian Angel. I love you always & forever.

 

The Brach’s posted on 3/3/18

So very sorry to hear of your loss. Our deepest sympathy to your entire family

 

George and Doris Schuman posted on 3/3/18

I was just thinking of friends from years ago. Wondering about Gene and Mary, who were such wonderful, caring people. We moved to Ohio in 1970, but visited with your parents and the DeVores and Louise Mitchell. It seems All have passed away and are enjoying their reward in heaven. Not sure about Bob DeVore. Some of you will remember a trip together to National Guard Camp to visit with George and Father LaMere. Sending our love.

 

kenneth & betty Pribble posted on 3/2/18

she with god and family

 

Beeze posted on 3/1/18

Can't believe you are gone Kathy. Summers here will never be the same. Your kind heart and mad organizational skills will be sorely missed. You are one of the kindest people I had the good fortune to know. Love you sweet Kathy.

 

Rebecca King & Family posted on 2/28/18

Mrs. Jones was a loving and gifted teacher for my daughter. We were lucky to have known her and off our sincere condolences to her family.

 

Julia Hernandez posted on 2/28/18

I'm so sorry for your family's loss. Please accept my sincere condolences. I personally know the loss of both a mother and grandmother, and the pain can seem overwhelming. However I found comfort in the Bible's promise for the future. Acts 24:15 speaks of a resurrection, a time when God will reunite us with our loved ones again! I hope this helps bring some comfort in this time of sorrow.

 

Karen Banach posted on 2/27/18

She was the 'light'of St. Ann's with her smile and gentle ways. My condolences to the family are offered.

 

Steve and Juanita Chamberlain posted on 2/27/18

We will miss Kathy and Ed's summer visits to Washington State. We felt like family and had great visits, great parties. Love you and miss you deeply. You are a gift from God.

 

Ana Eickmann posted on 2/27/18

So deeply saddened to hear. She was a wonderful teacher who taught my son in 1st grade and taught my youngest when she subbed a couple years ago. Prayers,and condolences

 

Mikie Schultz posted on 2/27/18

Mrs. Jones was my daughters first grade teacher. We are deeply sorry for your loss. When the Lord calls our loved ones home, He leaves a gift of memories in exchange. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Rest in heavenly peace Mrs. Jones <3

 

The Dubeau family posted on 2/27/18

We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you all during this difficult time. We love you all so much.

 

Cathy Hoover posted on 2/27/18

Our Love & Thoughts are with you All!! She is a Amazing Wife, Grandma, Aunt and Friend! ❤️❤️❤️

 

 

Sherry Fanelli posted on 2/27/18

Soo sad to hear. You touched many lives. My thoughts and prayers are with and your family.

 

Donna Hinton posted on 2/27/18

Mrs Jones was a wonderful Teacher. Our Son was lucky to have her as a Teacher. Hoping your special memories will ease your sadness. So sorry for your family’s loss. The Hinton Family.

 

Pat Wahl posted on 2/27/18

Deepest sympathy from a former St.Ann Family. Mrs. Jones was a wonderful teacher and person.

 

Autumn chastain posted on 2/27/18

Mrs Jones was my sons first teacher at st Ann’s in first grade..wonderful teacher and so loving.she will be greatly missed

 

Jimmy Buonomo posted on 2/21/18

Hi Rich, I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm really glad you read the book "90 Minutes In Heaven." I hope it helps you deal with your loss.

 

 

Chelle Cortez posted on 2/21/18

Even though we were separated by miles, Stella was always a favorite cousin of mine. I have many memories from our childhood, especially the trips to the beach with our grandparents and aunt. She was definitely a force of her own and will be missed. Prayers to her husband and her children, and to her family.

 

Sunny Masek posted on 2/20/18

Stella was a dedicated coworker and a wonderful friend, we are all praying for your family and we miss her greatly.

 

Eileen Schechner posted on 2/19/18

Jim and Family, In our thoughts and prayers. Thinking of you, a Eileen and Neil Schechner

 

Matt Wetoska posted on 2/19/18

Our prays are with you and your family

 

Diane Kitchell posted on 2/19/18

My deepest condolences on Jim's passing. My dad always talked about Jimmy the greek, or "The greek" with fondness and loved working with him. My mom and dad also loved spending time with Jim and his wife over the years. They are true friends. So sorry to hear of his illness and passing. May he rest in peace.

 

Muhammad khan posted on 2/15/18

We bought her house in munster . Patricia was very kind loving person . Both husband and wife will remain In our memories . Sorry for your loss.please accept our deepest condolences.

 

Denny and Georgia Nichols posted on 2/15/18

Our heartfelt condolences Jim for your loss. Keeping you and your family in our prayers.

 

 

Felix S. Parkevich posted on 2/15/18

Condolences to the family!

 

 

Kitty Nielsen posted on 2/13/18

So sorry for your loss.

 

 

Sandy Zahrndt Winstead posted on 2/13/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Maureen Wagner posted on 2/12/18

I knew you through Mark & Liz and it was wonderful. You treated everyone like appreciated family. Deepest sympathies to all of the family.

 

David Knish posted on 2/12/18

So sorry for your loss. Carol and I will keep your family in our prayers.

 

Raymond Swisher posted on 2/12/18

I am deeply saddened to learn of your son's passing, and can only think of what Bill Riley's Dad said when he got the news, "God's will be done". I will pray for John, his sister, and his Mom and Dad. We love you.

 

Elena Lopez posted on 2/11/18

Dear Diana, Stephen and Mariana, Ray, Serena, Rayrayand I are thinking of you and send you hugs and positive thoughts and prayers for strength and peace today and in the days to come. I hadn’t seen John for quite some time but I remember him in Ceramics and there watching our girls play basketball together. I was happy to read he had gone to Columbia and kept creating music.

 

Bridget Parker Speranza posted on 2/11/18

John was a dear friend of mine since I can remember. From vacation bible school, to the pool in the summer and Thanksgiving family dinners. Such a wonderful musician and a great person to talk to.

 

 

Michele Robins posted on 2/10/18

Love you always mom. Forever in my heart.

 

 

Nancy and Mike Hoban posted on 2/10/18

I remember one night with our "gourmet club". We were at Rogers and John was home. He sat down at the piano and played so beautifully, bringing additional magic to our evening.

 

Sharon Stanzione posted on 2/9/18

Bob and Family, I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your dad. I respected him as a lawyer and admired him as a man. I hope you take comfort in knowing he is watching over you with pride. With deepest sympathy, Sharon

 

Darlene Kramer posted on 2/8/18

My sincere condolences to each and every one of you. Kate is my boss at Bonefish Grill and a wonderful, great person. After losing my husband two years ago, I can empathize with all the sadness, hurt, loss and sometimes anger at losing your loved one. Our continued faith will help to ease the loss. Each day think about a great moment you had with your loved one. Those memories are always there and help us to remember our loved ones each and every day. Rest In Peace with the love of God.

 

Mary K Stinson posted on 2/8/18

I am so sorry to hear about Mike's passing. He and my daughter Susan (Stinson) Wisecarver took horseback riding lessons together many years ago. It was my privilege to give them rides to the barn occasionally. My daughter took over Mike's horse "Esroh" when he went off to college. I remember Mike as a wonderful young man with a ready smile-someone to be proud of. You have my deepest condolences.

 

Tracy Phillips-Fox (Miss Phillips from STM) posted on 2/8/18

I was so sorry to hear about Mike's passing. I love hearing about my past students as they become adults...where their lives take them and the paths they choose. Mike sounds like he had a wonderful life doing what he loved. My heart goes out to the family and many friends he had. It is so hard to lose a loved one, but especially one so young and his life out in front of him. I remember him fondly, from his time at St. Tom's. Please know that you are all in my prayers as you go through this difficult time. I am going to try to come to his wake, but in case I could not make it in time, I wanted to leave this message.

 

Jane and Bill Wisniewski posted on 2/8/18

Dear Rueth Family, We are so heartbroken for you and so sorry for loss...please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. May God bless you and comfort you. your losssob

 

Don McArthur-Self posted on 2/8/18

I was a young teacher at Thornwood High School when Paul arrived. He immediately energized the band, and managed to demand and encourage excellence while caring for his students. I respected and liked him, and was thrilled when - years after I changed to another school - we connected on Facebook. In January I saw him comment about the flu...and learned today, February 8, of his passing one week ago. He was a good man and a great spirit; I am thankful for all the lives he was able to influence, and sad that I was unaware of the seriousness of his illness. Thank you Paul, for your model of faith, dedication, integrity, and professionalism.

 

Rovana Popoff posted on 2/7/18

I wish you all comfort and peace. May memories of Michael sustain you are you move forward.

 

Pam Lally posted on 2/7/18

Dear Kathy & family, I'm so sorry to hear of Bob's passing. I remember him (and you) so fondly - always such a kind person. I hope your memories bring you peace. Take good care, Pam Lally (Whiting) Phyllis & Jerry's daughter.

 

Lynette McDermott posted on 2/7/18

My prayers to you family on the loss of your son. I pray for peace and love for your family. God Bless you.

 

Eugene Rogers III posted on 2/7/18

Mr. Anderson was a well-rounded musician and an amazing trumpeter to perform alongside in the brass and jazz bands. He will be dearly missed. Prayers go out to all the friends and family.

 

Joy R. Martin posted on 2/7/18

Mr. Anderson was my daughter's band director at Thornwood High School. I appreciated his hard work, and the excellent opportunities he provided for his students. Sending wishes for peace and comfort to The Anderson Family. Sincerely, Ms. Joy Martin Thornwood Mom Marching Thunderbirds Class of 2001

 

Tony barringer posted on 2/6/18

I always called Mike "my food sherpa." He will always have a lasting impression on how I view food and the service industry. Mike was an ambassador in NWI for an industry that so desperately needs one in this area. May his passion live on in those who worked with him. Much love, Mike.

 

Lauren Mikler posted on 2/6/18

Mike's passion for life was palpable, his generosity and willingness to help others was inspiring and his signature laugh is simply unforgettable... He brought so much joy to this world. I will miss him - and his posts - very much. Sending love and light to all.

 

Paul Hagberg posted on 2/6/18

I first met Bob Hawk when we were both 2 years old and realized we were next store neighbors. We grew up together, best of friends, playing ball, walking to school at Lanier school in Munster. His older brother Johnnie worked close to Hammond High School, so we rode to high school with Johnnie. Had a coffee and sweet roll at the Red Rooster and then to school. We were friends through school, started the Crescent City Jazz club at Hammond High, listens to hours and hours of Duke Ellington, Bix Beiderbeck and our mutual favorite Fats Waller. Bob was one of a kind, a real unique man.. I will miss him, I will miss him.

 

 

Michelle manoski posted on 2/6/18

We will always remember your wonderful spirit and giving heart. Let it serve as a reminder of what we all should be like. You are an angel....

 

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