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Christina G wrote:

I’m so sorry for your loss. May the peace of God safeguard your heart during this difficult time. The day will come where we will no longer have to loose a loved one.(Philippians 4:6,7&Revelation 21:4)


Nicole wrote:

I’m so sorry for the loss of your parents! They took private dance lessons with me, and I was honored to know them, and to experience them dancing together. They were both so special, and showed such love and respect toward each other. I will always remember how they danced their routines together, and the fun we had during their lessons.


Michelle & Robert wrote:

Our Thoughts & Prayers are with you All! We will miss Jimmy! We Love you All!!


Denis Curran wrote:

Beautiful example of sanctification. Lived for our King.


Jackie Gombo wrote:

Our family is keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers. Turbold & Turbat’s Family


Michael Warheit wrote:

So sorry to hear of your mom's passing. Treated her feet for many many years and she was always upbeat and such a positive person. I know she will be missed


Ken DeCoster wrote:

My prayers are with you and your family, Carole. Dave was so kind and welcoming. I’m blessed to have known him.


Pat O'Connor wrote:

Thank you dear Sr. Agnes for being such a kind teacher, dedicating your life to serve the Lord and teach us girls at SSA.



Jennifer Costello wrote:

May you Rest In Peace. God bless you and your family as you watch over them 😇 and are eternally with them in spirit🙏



JOANnE Loxas wrote:

To my beloved sister Clara who I will miss for my remaining life. A very kind and caring sister may she Rest In Peace.


Richard Halstead wrote:

Chuck was one of the most all around talented people I have ever known. And a real gentleman on top of everything else. I will never forget him. A great loss to the world. My very best hopes for all of you in coping at this difficult time.


Tom & Peggy Kloempken wrote:

Dear Carol and family, we are sorry to hear that Dave has gone on to be with the Lord after facing such a challenge for many years. God bless you and everyone that took such great care of him. We are sorry that we will not be able to be with you for his Celebration of Life but we will remember all of you in our prayers. God bless all of you!


Rev. Roger & Rita McManus wrote:

We send our deepest sympathy to the family of Chuck Sisson. Rev. Roger & Rita McManus


Rev. Roger & Rita McManus wrote:

We send our deepest sympathy to the Family of Chuck Sisson. Rev. Roger & Rita McManus


Michael Schnitzler wrote:

Chuck had an extraordinary musical talent and was a true artist, but an even greater person. On the stage, he had a unique and powerful gift of conveying authentic, believable emotion. He was a great teacher and friend, and I loved listening to his perspective. He will be sorely missed. Please accept our sincere condolences.


Gary & Dotti Bartholomew wrote:

We send our deepest sympathy to family and friends of Chuck. He will be dearly missed by many. He was incredibly talented in so many ways. He always greeted us with a big smile and positive attitude. Heaven gained a gem.


Chris Callaghan wrote:

Our deepest condolences to your family from the Callaghan’s in CT. Love Chris, Kathy, Chelsea, James and Lexi.


Marie Beaton Crean wrote:

Carol, I am so saddened to hear of Dave's passing. I have so many memories of Dave and all the guys in their class. Bob is welcoming his friend. May you find peace knowing that he is no longer suffering. God bless. Mab


Nancy Krackenberger Kamp wrote:

Dear Carol and family, I am so sorry to hear about Dave. I remember him very well from years ago. Hopefully he will be meeting up with my brother Bill. I know they were good friends as kids. My prayers are with you.


Rudolf & Trudy Muessig wrote:

Dear Carol so sorry to hear about Dave’s passing. I always loved to see his smiling face! Dave was a good man.Our deepest sympathy!


James Doumouras wrote:

Good Bye Uncle Jimmy......we will miss you! Jim, Gina and William Doumouras


Sue Whitney wrote:

Chuck was a wonderful artist. I met him while leading plein air activities for our local Barrington Cultural Art Center. I painted with him just this January. Such a fine gentleman and very good artist. Condolences to the family and may your memories of him give you strength during this difficult time. He rests in peace til you meet again.


Bob ward wrote:

Dear Carole I am so sorry for your loss. Dave was a good man and a great friend of Jerry. May he Rest In Peace.


Sharon S Gries & Gary J. Gries wrote:

Dear Carol and family we were saddened to hear of Dave's passing, but understand it was peaceful.. We will miss his smiling face and cherish the good times. I am sure he is now at peace after fighting bravely. Our very best to you all.



Dear Carol and all members of your family, "Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in his Son. My Father’s house has many rooms; if that were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with me that you also may be where I am." John 14:1-3 Dave probably has a very large room with a wonderful view. Harry McCabe


Larry A. Little wrote:

I was shocked when I heard that Mel had passed, while visiting his brother in Florida. I know he was looking forward to playing some golf while visiting his brother in Florida. I only knew Mel for a few years as he and I became golf buddies while playing at Palatine Hills, Schaumburg golf club and Chevy Chase golf club. Our foursomes will never be the same, he will be missed. Thanks for all of my awesome memories. God bless the family in this time of mourning.


Frank and Regina Bonanno wrote:

You have our deepest sympathies. Stan was a super father and grandfather. We are thinking about you.


Helen Theodosakis wrote:

My sincere sympathy is extended to the whole family of Stan Lersch. Stan was a classmate of mine and we worked together with several others to resurrect memories of our high school years thru reunions. Brenda became an integral part of that committee as well. Stan will be remembered as an outgoing and soft spoken individual with a lot of patience and perseverance. May God grant you strength to endure your loss. May his memory be eternal.


Linda cook wrote:

Dear Carole, I am truly sorry to hear of Dave’s death. You and your family are in my prayers. I am out of town or I would definitely be there for his funeral.


David Lekousis wrote:

My deepest sympathy to your family


David Lekousis wrote:

My deepest sympathy to your family. He will be greatly missed


Brendan Conroy wrote:

Carole, I am so sorry for your loss. As we all know, Dave was a terrific guy with a heart of gold and plenty of entertaining stories. I will be traveling when his wake and services are held but will keep you in my prayers. May he rest in peace. Brendan and Terry Conroy and family


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Micheal Drake wrote:

So very saddened to hear of Chuck's passing! He was a great encourager and friend whom I met through the Illinois District. May our Heavenly Father comfort Becky and her whole family as they walk through this dark valley of shadows. We are praying for you all!



Jim & Ginny Blazek wrote:

We wish to extend our deepest condolences to all the family. Your dad and brother will be missed by all of us in some way. We always looked forward to hearing about the family in the Christmas newsletter and enjoyed visiting with him via email or in person when the time came. We have many memories of our gatherings with him and will cherish the time we had forever.


Russ Hook wrote:

Chuck was a great guy. I have known him for years through our membership with the New Tradition Chorus. What a loss to his family, his friends and the world itself. God always takes the good ones! I wish I could make his memorial, but unfortunately, I cannot. My sympathies are sent to Becky and his whole family.....


Harry Trumfio wrote:

We loved Alice, she was a fun member of our bowling team at Beverly Lanes. We missed her the last few years. Good bowling in heaven, Alice.


Don Sprague wrote:

Chuck was a real sweetheart it was my pleasure to work with him when he was an actor at and a marketing material desiigner for Porchlight Music Theatre. Condolences.


Bill Schwarz wrote:

Our God received into his arms a cherished brother with in-depth musical soul. Chuck's beautiful voice and artistry filled the hearts of people over decades with his tender love ballads. His virtuoso and songs will always be a resounding joy in all our memories and grateful hearts. Thank you 😊. Rest In Peace Chuck.


Jeff and mercy angello wrote:

May she be in God’s arms and may her live be in your hearts forever.


Dan jorndt wrote:

February 13, 2019 Dear Nancy, We are all so saddened by the news of David’s passing. He was a most caring and unique man. His head and heart revolved around you, Nancy. In the office, or on the road, he would constantly mention your name We worked together at Walgreens for over three decades. David and Laurie Meyer were the key individuals who were able to inspire thousands of employees with their splendid communi- cation and technology skills. He was both a leader and a great team player. David’s wry wit and “can do” attitude kept his team going .... sometimes for 24 hours straight! He could handle events of 20 people to 5,000 people with aplomb. In fact, he did his best work at the mega-meetings. So much of Walgreens success rode on the shoulders of dedicated individuals like David Harnish. Now he is at rest. This good, good man. We will always remember David Harnish and smile...we were so lucky to know him. Sincerely, Dan Jorndt


Brian M. Berg wrote:

June & I would like toi convey our condolances to you & your family. Chuck was a fun guy to be with. His talent & humor will be missed here but Jesus will enjoy his addition to his choir.


Russ and Valeyne wrote:

Dear Jodi & family, We are so incredibly sorry for your loss. Your dad was an amazing man and so loved. Praying for comfort and that you feel his presence with you always until you are reunited in Heaven. Love, Russ and Valeyne


Jeff Selano wrote:

A kind and gentle man. He will be greatly missed.


Jeanene (Bagley) Fowle wrote:

I'm sure him and Donny are singing together again.


Monica and Steve Szalaj wrote:

Love and prayers are with you and your family.


jim bagby wrote:

the only thing we'll remember longer about chuck than his magnificent voice is his wonderful, all-encompassing smile. in a world of champions, he stood out as a gifted actor. but we'll miss him just as a warm, caring friend. rest in peace, chuck.


Bob Hodges wrote:

Heaven's choir gained a few decibels and a lot of heart. Rest in Peace Champ! Thanks for the beautiful, loud, fun, heartfelt, exciting music.


Bud Roche wrote:

Greg and family, You have my deepest sympathies on the loss of Steph. Even though the years have passed I’ll never forget Steph kindness, sincerity, and sense of humor. She has always remained a friend in my heart. Greg I just wanted to reach out during this time of loss with my prayers and my heartfelt friendship.


Susan Sheaffer Cantwell wrote:

Nancy and Paul- I was so sorry and sad to hear about Dave. My sincere sympathy to you. Dave and I were friends since early childhood. I will miss our conversations and laughter together- so many great memories. Dave was very passionate about all that he did; may he now Rest in Peace.


Bobby Gray Jr. wrote:

Chucks music will remain in my heart! So thankful to have been a part of his musical brotherhood! God bless you, Chuck! Prayers of peace for you and your family.


Dsn Jordan wrote:

What a happy soul. A giving man with a big smile and a voice to match. Your contagious and giving nature. We will miss you, but you will be with us through the many memories, music and performances you have given to us. Thank you Chuck. Rest in eternal peace.


Marcia Haefner wrote:

Greg and family, We were so saddened to hear of Stephanie’s passing. The neighborhood will not be the same. So often, as I was heading to work, I would see Stephanie and Lucy out running and will miss seeing that. Unfortunately, we are out of the country on vacation and return late on Saturday. Please know you all are in our hearts and prayers. Andy and Marcia Haefner


Scott A Young wrote:

I enjoyed working with David over our many years together at Walgreens. What an fascinating guy! Many fond memories and experiences at Las Vegas meetings! Farewell old friend.


Sue Valentino wrote:

My heart goes out to Nancy, Paul, and Dave's furry friends. Dave did a FABULOUS job with Dave Whiskeyman when all of us worked on the Echo yearbook for J P McCaskey High School in 1971. One of the Daves gave me a 10 minute lesson on how to use a 35 mm camera, so that I could take photos of the school spring musical, for the yearbook supplement. I was editor in chief of the 1971 yearbook. I wish peace to all of you! We have lost a great friend!


Lisa Hardy wrote:

So sorry to hear of Dave’s passing. I’m Dave Whiskeyman’s sister. My brother has also passed on. I like to think the Daves are together again. I saw a cardinal in the yard this morning. Thinking my brother was there to say he knows.


Mark Rosenberg wrote:

I have fond memories of Stephanie and the 4 boys in my office. From the well visits to the various illnesses, she was always bright and cheerful. May her memory be for a blessing. My thoughts are with the family.


Bill Houck wrote:

Dave was a great guy and respected classmate to all, growing up in Lancaster. Condolences to his wife and brother and friends.



Dennis R Baxter wrote:

Wonderful man


Betty Jansik wrote:

Dear Armida, Sandra, Lucy and Elia sending you our deepest condolences on the loss of your dear mom, and our very dear aunt. Las queremos mucho, sus primos Arenas Rivera.


Nkr~James 4:8 wrote:

Sending warm thoughts and condolences to the family at this difficult time.


Don Sprague wrote:

For twenty years Mona blessed me with her friendship, her kindness, and her delicious biscotti. It was a delight to have her along on many a Classics Tour -- from Turkey and Greece to Scotland and Portugal. Her devotion to Frank and her family, especially her grandchildren, was heartwarming. May the angels serenade her!


Teresa Positano wrote:

Prayers to your family during this difficult time.


Betty, Pete, Katie and Patrick Lazzara wrote:

Our heartfelt sympathies to the O’Brien family. Barb and Roger, I hope your memories of happier days and knowing all your family did for Kevin will bring comfort. He could always count on your never ending love and support. You both as well as Tommy, Sean and a Lauren were always there for him and could always make him smile. He is at peace. God bless.


Patsy and Mike Nick wrote:

Kevin had a smile that lit up the room and a funny story to tell wherever he went. I am so sorry for your loss to everyone who loved him dearly. Roger and Barb it was heartwarming to see how kindly you cared for him and about him. Our love and prayers are with you.


Teresa Positano wrote:

Prayers to you and your family during this difficult time.


Vince and Teresa Positano and family wrote:

Thinking of you and your family during this difficult time.


John, Bernadeta, Andy, and Kasia Blake wrote:

Rest in peace, Kevin. Our deep condolences to KD and Jett and the entire O'Brien family, as well as Jeanette.


Fr. John McGivern wrote:

My sincere condolences to Terry and all the Ozima family. May the angels lead this dear woman into paradise, and may she experience eternal love and peace.


Mark Grimshaw wrote:

Barry always treated everyone he met with a smile and a good word, made you feel at home, good person to be around, I am glad are paths cross in this life my prayers are with the family


Collette Stack wrote:

My thoughts and prayers are with Gregs family and many friends. Growing up Greg was like a big brother to many of us, we would annoy the heck out of him but he was always laughing and joking with us. To say this is not fair and really sucks doesn't help but is so true! RIP Greg


Fr. John Hergenrother wrote:

Dear Emily and many cousins; I can't be with you in person but will celebrate Mass for Tom up here in Delavan. I join you in giving thanks and remembering many good and serious conversations we've had over the years.



Andy Matijevic wrote:

Praying for the Dahlem family in this difficult time. May Jesus the Good Shepherd welcome Mark into eternal light and peace.


Bob O'Leary wrote:

The best! from one of the older guys.



Linda Rice wrote:

Prayers of comfort for all of you. Hold on to all of your precious memories. God Bless


Tony & Kathy McMahon wrote:

Rog & Barbie, We are so sorry about Kevin. He had some rough years recently, but both of you and your kids were always there for him. Thank God he could always count on you. Tony & Kathy I have nothing but fond memories of playing football with Kevin at NABC. He was a true badass but always a great guy! Tony


Natalie G. Norton wrote:

Mr. Obrien, when I remember you I remember what a great father you were to my best friend. You could always put a smile on our faces or crack a joke at any minute. I remember how Olivia and I would go with you and KD to the Daddy Daughter Dances when our dad was at the firehouse and how our safety was your number one priority on Halloween. Thank you for bringing my best friend into this world and know that I am still by her side. May you rest in peace and watch over KD and Jett.


Olivia Norton wrote:

Dear Mr. Obrien Rest easy, you deserve the everlasting peace brought upon you now. I am content knowing you'll always be watching over KD, Jett, Natalie, and I.



Marilyn Wolter wrote:

Mr. Skinner may you Rest In Peace......



Marilyn Wolter wrote:

Rest In Peace Mr. Morrissey....



Marilyn Wolter wrote:

Rest In Peace Officer Dahlem.....



Suanne & Ray Humbert wrote:

Dear Uncle Finn, Frank, Jennifer, Eric & Family, We were so very sorry to hear about Aunt Mona. I have so many fond memories of her. She was all class and heart. Though we can't be there to pay our respects in person, our hearts are back home with all of you. Wishing you peace. Our love & sympathies, Suanne, Ray & Raymie Humbert Chandler, Arizona


Love, Jean Sinderson & Joan Dvorak wrote:

Our thoughts and prayers are with the children of ROSALIE FRANZEN. Our friendship[ goes back to our days at Nazareth Academy, and being part of their wedding party. She was always a very caring and loving person whom we will miss very much.


Tom & Jeanne Brannigan wrote:

We will miss dear Mona. She gave her all to her children and an inspiration to us. We pray to God to bless the Barth Family with the strength and hope to cope with the loss of this wonderful woman.


Kelly O'Connell wrote:

Terry my sympathies go out to you and your family. May your mom rest in peace.


Inara Bundza wrote:

Having known Mona a number of years, I will always remember her as a lovely woman who was devoted to her husband and family as well as kind to everyone around her. My deepest condolences to the Barth family.


Geralyn Siptrott wrote:

Kevin, May you rest easy in the hands of God, your Mom, Dad and brother Tom, you fought the hard fight, rest easy my friend. While in this life you had the true love of a brother, Roger, who was there for you at every turn. We have witnessed first-hand the love he showed while caring for your Mom, Dad and then you, Kevin. No other individual was there for you like Roger was. Steve saw first hand the care he gave to you and your parents. The loyalty Roger has shown you is beyond measure with selfless sacrifice. Roger and Barb were there for you and provided you with shelter, food and loving care. Roger was there for every doctor appointment, numerous tests and procedures. Roger and Barb spent countless hours helping you through your life’s hard journey you faced. They made sure you had food, clothing, money and any other possible necessity to live a comfortable life. Whether you had lost your cell phones, bikes or money Roger was there to take care of you with compassion and love like no other! Despite this horrible disease that stole your memory, Roger made sure you never lost you honor your dignity. Roger you first hand gave Kevin all the Honor, Courage, and Commitment you could give. I am proud to know you Kevin and Steve is and always will be proud of both you and Roger. Prayers always Kevin - The Siptrott’s



Christopher Somers wrote:

In support of her loved ones and extra prayers for all of the immediate family



Kevin and I have been friends for a little over fifty years. One of the finest gentlemen I have ever known. From high school right up until his illness gripped him we had countless great times together. You will not find anyone more honest, loyal or sincere. He knew how to put people at ease and loved to see people laugh. Being with Kevin over the past seven or eight years I though this day may be easier when it came. It is not. This man will be greatly missed. Mike Foley


Sean O'Brien wrote:

Uncle Kevin, I can't thank you enough for always being there for me! My favorite times are when you taught me how to rollar blade in the SMOW parking lot, teaching me to drive in that old buick LeSabre when my parents were too scared to, taking me to WWF events and finally all the pranks you pulled on my Dad at the 18th District golf outings. Your songs, bright orange clothing and love for Da Bears remind me of you. You raised Lauren, Tom and I like we were your own kids, I love and miss you Kevin. Keep the music loud and never stop dancing until we all see you again.


Sammy wrote:

Dear ate Ajhay, I wish you were still here. I could have visited you when i was going to Chicago. But since you are gone I can not see you. I am almost out of siblings. I love you so much. Love Sammy


Saul & Gloria wrote:

I’m sorry for the loss of you mother.To lose your mom is to lose a very close and loyal friend who has known and loved you your entire life.


Lauren O'Brien wrote:

Uncle Kevin, Although you were taken from us too soon, I am so thankful to have had you in my life as long as I did. You were always there for us, opening gifts on Christmas morning, teaching us to rollerblade, cheering us on at various events - you never failed to show up for Tommy, Sean, and I. You taught me to not take life too seriously, to always have fun, and to be there for the ones you love. I know you are up there having a party right now playing one of your favorite tunes :) I will make sure to live my life to fullest just like you did every day. XO, Lauren


rosemary serio wrote:

Rog... I was so sorry to hear about Kevin... my hat goes off to you.. You, Barb and the kids were his constant support system... you made sure he was happy and safe... you are a true hero... don't minimize your roll in another persons life... he is now in heaven the safest place ever....God bless you


moira dowell wrote:

I know that Kevin's energy and spirit are lightning up heaven . Kevin's love for KD and Jett will shine on them forever. Kevin was blessed to be cared for with love by the most loyal person I have ever known, his brother. Barbie and Roger you have shown us the way.



Theresa Bohr Sup wrote:

My favorite memory of Bernice would have to be the family time tradition of Sunday Supper! They weren't fancy but always a beautiful table set and a hearty meal with the family. As the weekend addition to the Barry Stagl family I was fortunate enough to enjoy many Sunday suppers and Mom and Dad Stagls' (as well as many rides back to the Worchester House for another grueling week of nursing school!) Bernice will be missed! She was a role model and a class act! Rest in peace!


Melanie Ziegler wrote:

Our family has been blessed to know the Barth family since 1986. Mona was a loving and selfless wife, mother, and grandmother. Her life was one of faith in God and dedication to her family. Our deepest condolences.


Virgilio Esteban wrote:

Rest in peace Bro.


Virgilio Esteban wrote:

My deepest condolence Brother. May you rest in peace..


Tom O'Brien wrote:

I had the best times of my life with you. I love you and miss you very much. ~Tom-Ass


Rae Humphrey wrote:

My saddest and deepest condolences to Andrea and Tina and everyone else that knew and loved Greg. I will always cherish the memories of our family gatherings and the good times we all shared. Greg always had a smile on his face and a willingness in his heart. RIP Greg


Craig Moffat wrote:

May Her Memory Be Eternal .


Frank Morelli wrote:

I was lucky to have known Kevin since 1st grade at St couldn't have asked for a better class mate, team mate, or friend......I have many great memories that KOB was a huge part of....RIP my'll be missed by many....:(


Sgt. Al (018/CPD ret) wrote:

Kevin, May you now rest in peace as God welcomes you into His open and loving arms. It was a pleasure to know you,'on the job' and your kind and pleasant demeanor is how I will always remember you. Rest in peace kind sir, your work here is done. God Bless.


Marilyn O'Brien Conroy wrote:

Kevin's obituary would not be complete without an acknowledgment to his ex-wife, Jeannette O'Brien, the love of his life, who cared for him tenderly and consistently until the day he died.


Patricia Esbrook wrote:

Our heartfelt condolences to the Ozima family, we are sorry we could not be there but I have nice memories of your mom. Once when you had a barbeque your mom made great sushi, I also remember her being with us at Christmas eve. May she rest well as she deserves. Prayers the Esbrook Family


Marianne, Danny, and Jimmy Rone wrote:

Wishing you peace and love during this difficult time-prayers and love to you all


Jeannette O'Brien wrote:

My sweet will forever be in my heart and soul. I will always cherish our memories you live on in our beautiful children. May you rest in well deserved peace.


~ ~ Fr. Dan Brandt, CPD Chaplain wrote:

Heartfelt and prayerful condolences from the Chicago Police Chaplains. Kevin will be remembered at the Police Mass on Sunday, 10 FEB, 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: or 312/738-7588]


Patricia Wilcox & Shirley Hoffman wrote:

Our Dearest Susan, It is with very heavy hearts that we send our love and condolences to you and your family. We're thinking of you at this very sad time, and sending you love to carry you through the most difficult days. There’s no way around grief, only through it. May Matthew's light forever shine in your heart and in the hearts of those lives he touched.


Peter Wood wrote:

Dave and family I am sorry for your loss. May she rest in peace


Peter Wood wrote:

Comiskey family I am sorry for your loss. May she rest in peace.


Juan Martinez wrote:

My deepest condolences! I worked with Kevin in the 18th District many years ago. A good man and Police Officer. RIP Sir!



Vicky Messier wrote:

May his memory be for a blessing. May his selflessness be a light for us all.


Kelly Hensley wrote:

Our hearts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time. Matt was so sweet, polite, funny and well mannered. What a brave young man he was. He will truly be missed by many. May God bring comfort to all during the time ahead. God Bless, the Hensley Family


Victoria Zadler Frontzak Marcus and Naomi Zadler wrote:

May God watch over you all in this time of great sorrow what an amazing and Brave young man my family knows all to well the pain of the loss of a child keeping you in our hearts and prayers may God hold him gently in his arms and watch over your family in this most heartbreaking time and Mateos bravery and heroism will not ever be forgotten peace be with you and your family and God watch over you all


Victoria Zadler Frontzak Marcus and Naomi Zadler wrote:

Mateo went to school with both my kids and they were friends my deepest condolences to you and your family for your loss of such a brave and heroic young man my thoughts and prayers are with you and you family my God hold in his arms and watch over you family and try to give you some peace we in our family know all to well what you are going through you are in our prayers


James Bollinger wrote:

We r donating to our food pantry at church in honor of Jack. We know he would like that. Are prays are for Jack's, family. Cousin Jim Bollinger and wife Mary


Bunny Baggarly wrote:

To the Doetsch Family.....We are sad to hear that Bernie passed away, and were shocked to hear of your Mom's passing too when we searched for your Dad's obituary! They became friends back in the late 1950's before any of us were married. In fact, Bernie was a groomsman in our wedding.....tomorrow that will be 59 years ago. Because of distance (we've resided in California for over 40 years), we weren't able to spend much time together over the years, but we kept in touch nonetheless. We will always remember your parents fondly, and thank God for their friendship! Knowing their characters, personalities, and faith, it is with certainty that we can all find comfort in knowing that they are now at peace, resting in the loving arms of Jesus! May God bless all of you and bolster your spirits at this time of sadness with a myriad of happy memories! With love, Brad and Bunny Baggarly


rosemary puckelwartz wrote:

So Sorry For Your Loss. My prayers are with the Semisch Family at this sad time. Jack will be remembered by many who knew and loved him.


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Paul wrote:

I didn't know Barry very well, but whenever I had the privilege of going to a Hynes family gatherings, he was always welcoming and treated me like family. He was a man of humility, reserve, and kindness. To every member of the Hynes Family, I hope you can find solace in Barry's memory and work through the grief as a unit, I see you have always been.


The Karagas Family wrote:

Susan and Karina - We are so very sorry for your loss. Matt was such a sweet kid. We are thinking of you during this very difficult time. Please call if there is anything we can do for you.


Greg and Noreen Berger wrote:

George was one of those guys that as soon as you walked into the room, he took the time to make you feel welcome. He raised a great family that continues this legacy. We are truly sorry for your loss and it was our privilege to have him touch our lives in so many ways. Love you all and God Bless.


Greg and Georgine (Lianos) Pipikios wrote:

George and Louise were very involved at St. George. I remember them always active with basketball and GOYA. Our sincerest condolences to the family. May his memory be eternal! Greg and Georgine (Lianos) Pipikios





Maureen O'Shea Glass wrote:

God Bless Bernie and may he rest in peace. I knew Bernie in his later years of life as he was my brother Matt’s father-in-law so we would spend holidays and other family events together. Bernie was always polite and friendly to me. He kept up on the news and weather and liked to discuss these topics. I appreciated how he was an interested and engaged audience member in the many, many photography programs my husband showed us in Matt and Cathy’s family room. Even though he hadn’t been to many of these places, he took an active interest. Bernie struck me as a gentle soul, and as an honest, hard-working man in his lifetime. He raised three beautiful daughters, and I like every one of them! He and Madeline were such a nice couple and I will miss them both. Holidays and family events just won’t be the same. It’s comforting to think of them together again. May God Bless them and keep them.


Karen Lea (Diakoumis) Cline and Chris Cline wrote:

Much sadness, upon the passing of our Uncle. Praying for strength to Aunt Louise and family . A wonderful man! And loving Uncle💕


Kit and mary wrote:

I will forever be grateful for " Ma Comiskey" to be part of my life, there will be a great loss in my heart and a selfish one, I am sorry that she is gone, but happy she is with "pa Comiskey". She has taught me great things in life, and to this day are engraved in my actions. I talk about our trip to Disney as if it was yesterday. I see her reflexsions in her children, I am sorry for your loss, in that said, she will never be forgotten. May her life always guide the ones she touch. Kit and Mary Clark


Serrano family wrote:

Auntie Rose, Gracie, Gemini, and Rob--our prayers, thoughts, and condolences to you all. Uncle Bob will truly be missed.


Daphne Norwood wrote:

It is hard to say goodbye to a very dear person that I have known all of my life. I’m not saying we never disagreed but what I remember most is his support and encouragement during difficult times in my life. Thanks George Diakoumis for your listening ear. I’m glad you were my brother in law.



Donna Rupelt wrote:

I will always remember the holidays, Uncle George was a big teddy bear that could always make me laugh. He always was in good spirits and had great stories.


Judi Spinelli wrote:

I only knew Dan the past year or so. I would see him twice a week while volunteering. Although he seldom spoke, at times after playing catch or just having a visit (where I had learned to do all the talking), he'd reach out to shake hands or just have a smile and say HI!. Once I heard him quietly singing along with the music. That would be the highlight of my week -- Just to know that he may have had a moment of happiness or felt a level of comfort in his surroundings. I had lost my brother about 2 years ago, in the same way that you have lost Dan. The two were very much alike. I think they would have gotten along well together. Dan will be missed by many. He was one in a million-irreplaceable. To Dan's family - you are in my thoughts and prayers. Please consider listening to a song by Casting Crowns - Oh My Soul (you're not alone)


Fred & Llura Quinol wrote:

Dear Rose & family, May your friends and family help ease your sorrows . Fred and I will always remember him. He was one of our groomsmen.💕💕


Francine Revelos Ulrich wrote:

May his memory be eternal.


Alan Rembos wrote:

So shocked and saddened by the news. I will miss our reminiscing wonderful conversations of Clam Lake, Papou, UncleTed, my father, and you! You made my day when you and Louise would come to the office. You are a great example of a caring, loving gentle soul of a man with always a story to share. I will miss you greatly. I always loved you like an Uncle to me.



Amanda Medina wrote:

My dear sweet Matt. You were always smiling and ready to hug everyone the second they walked thru the door. Your hugs always made my day, I love you and I will miss you everyday. Ariana misses you and will never forget your funny jokes and how you always made her laugh.


Nancy and John Young wrote:

Our love and prayers are with you all. I fondly remember Peggy coming to Phoenix to visit my mom and dad, Charlotte and John Newell. We had some great memories of family dinners while they visited! May God comfort you and give you peace. Love, 🙏🏻♥️✝️🙏🏻


Mindy Comiskey wrote:

Well Miss Daisy aka Grammie, we sure made some great memories. I love you so much and you know how much you will be missed. You were Aunt Peg to many. Ma to many. You were one of the strongest, most bullheaded and loving women I have met. I am honored to have called you my Mother in Law for the past 25 years. I love you to the moon. I ordered a scotch and water for ya. Cheers!!!! Miss Daisy Love Min.



valerie fay wrote:

Peggy was a giving,caring, outspoken and loving woman.I'm very glad to have had the chance to meet and get to know her when Mindy and Dave were married. Hugs and love to the family! ;(



CC wrote:

Rest in peace,Joe. Thanks for the memories and introducing me to your all time favorite,Ms.Pasty Kline. Your strength and fortitude much admired. I am honored to have known you and will always remember you. Till next time.


Lorraine Diakumis wrote:

A wonderful man and my heart is heavy! Love to Louise and prayers for the family!



Nina Taylor Baignoche wrote:

Rest in Peace Georgie Porgie. I will miss you but I know you''ll be in heaven waiting for Louise and the rest of us. We love you


Irene Firios wrote:

Van and I send our sincere condolences.



Bill and Sandy Reid wrote:

Such a beautiful soul. He will be missed. We love you Georgie. Please let us know Louise if we can help you with anything ok? Love, Sandy


Chris Kujanki wrote:

Aunt Sally the only name I knew her by was Wonderful Genuine Caring Individual. I knew her over 30 yrs. Her warmth and loving gestures will remain with me forever.


Terry Maher Magden wrote:

Lisa was a good friend from Carmel High School. She date my brother Tom through HS and was so much fun to be around. I'm so sorry for her family's loss. I know she touched so many people in her life, and I will pray for them. I'm glad I was able to be a part of her life. I will keep her in my thoughts and memories always.


Mark Beckman wrote:

I have many years of good memories with Barry. Barry was always a happy guy my life was better having a friend like you God speed my friend. I send my love to the Hynes family. I feel your loss.


Daphne wrote:

Sally has known Heather since Heather was born . Heather and her son Michael was in town and visited with Sally.


Daphne Booker wrote:

Arlene, Deloris, and Sally


Daphne Booker wrote:

Sally was always kind, thoughtful, and easy to talk to. She was so proud for her daughters and grandsons. Their accomplishments in school and jobs. She always put family first, making sure everyone went to doctor appointments. She loved spending time with her family especially during the holidays.


Louisa S Aliferis wrote:

Our deepest sympathies for the loss of your mother, she was a loving, beautiful, accepting women. She will be missed. May she rest in peace.


Marilou O. Scroggs wrote:

You will be terribly missed. You were loved by all of us and you will be cherished in our memories forever. Rest In Peace Auntie.


Connie Rolon wrote:

Wow, it has been two years since you have gone to be with the Lord and I am thinking of you at this moment. So, I searched your name on Google to find a pic of you and found this obituary. I miss you my dear friend and will always remember your kindness and you great laugh. Love ya kiddo.


Kathy Nolan wrote:

My heart hurts for all of you.I am so sorry for your loss of such a wonderful lady.I will miss her deeply. Hope the memories you have of Sally will help you through this sad time.Love Kathy Nolan ❤


Arjelio Cabrera wrote:

I took care of Dan for the last 15 months as his nurse, it was a pleasure to take care of him, he was awesome, and he would call me buddy once in a while, even though he barely spoke, I hope I made a difference in his last few months, hopefully I made his life a little better. RIP Dan, you will be missed



Jay Ambrose wrote:

You checked out a little early brother. You were always my friend and always will be . You will be missed. Gods Speed bro.



Zonia Pascual wrote:

Your kindness and love to us will forever linger in our hearts. Love you auntie.



Terri Wallace Hanson wrote:

A candle because you have been such a bright light. As the flame and smoke from the candle rise and permeate the room, may God's Spirit spread that light of your spirit to permeate our memories, broken hearts and souls until we are reunited.


Allan Gabriele wrote:

My deepest condolences to Maria and Kiki on the loss of their loving mother and grandmother. She was the rock and caring matriarch. I always enjoyed her company and treasured her Pasticcio. Rest In Peace.


Erin (Cotner) Stuedemann wrote:

I just found out about Lisa and Mary and the horrible accident that took them from their wonderful family. Lisa and I were friends when she attended North Central College. Lisa was brilliant and fun, generous and kind, she was a dear friend whom I will never forget. I send my love and condolences to her family. I am so sorry for the loss of Lisa and her lovely mom, Mary.


Jimmy L. Emory wrote:

First encountered Ski during training prior to deployment to Nam with the 3rd Bn. 5th Marines....Actually even the training they put us through before joining our unit. Then upon return to the states, we once again were reunited at the same duty station to serve out our last 2 years. Got to know Jerry quite well during this time as he was much "the giving sort of person". If he could help you with any problem you had, he was there to do so. Got some stories of trips we made home on quick weekends from Tenn. (he to Chicago and I to Battle Creek) as well as squad bay living at the Marine Barracks. He was definitely a dedicated Marine having survived Operation Hastings and the battle that took place on top the hill which devastated his company. Didn't see him much in the later years although we keep in contact thanks to the Internet. He'll always be one of my fondest memories of my military service. Until we meet again my brother....Semper Fi


Sandra Eacker wrote:

I remember George fondly as a man of manners, kindness and generosity. I moved away in 2002 so his passing is quite sad. May his HARD WORK have provided a special place for him in heaven and may he rest peacefully. Comfort and love to his family. Thank you for sharing such a magnificent man with us all. Vicki....blessings and strength.


Allen/Exzur Atordido wrote:

Our sincere condolences & deepest sympathy on your loss...may she rest in peace 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻


Tara Kovach wrote:

With a dear daughter like Suzanne, you were a great Mom. You made the world a better place and you efforts will live on.


Katie Zaruba Tomasiewicz wrote:

Sally was a second mom to me growing up. Beginning in 1976, Kris, Franca and I were attached at the hip....Sally always welcomed us to hang out at their house, almost daily. I remember her laugh, her smile, her kindness. I remember singing so loud in the basement to many albums throughout the years (and she never yelled for us to be quiet). Many sleep overs, many meals.....a second mom whose memory will live with me forever. Your family will miss you as will many, many others you have touched throughout your life. God Bless "Mrs. Welz". P.S. Please say hi to my mom and dad -- they are there for you to hang out with, just like me and Kris when we were kids. Watch over us -- we still will always need you all!


Kelly Mansfield wrote:

Aunt Sally-your smile and warmth will always be remembered. You had a special way of making everyone feel like they were your favorite. I will forever miss your hugs and stories. Our hearts hurt deeply with your loss, but your legacy of love and kindness will live on in our hearts and in our family. Until we meet again...


Susan (Russo) Scott wrote:

The years I knew Barry he always had a smile on his face and always wanted to have fun with family and friends. I’m truly sorry for your families loss and will continue to lift you in prayer.


Jim U wrote:

Great boss....better person It was almost 16 years ago to the day of Dan passing. Our twin girls came about 3 months early (at 26 weeks). We lost Ella but Emily lives on. Dan has been there for me and my family countless times over the years but at that time he was truly a great friend and a strong shoulder for me to lean on. Thanks’re in our thoughts and prayers.


Amor Eden Saenz-Seneris wrote:

My sincerest sympathy and condolences to you, Rene and your family for the demise of your mom. She immediately followed your Dad. May she and your Dad Rest In Peace! Amen.


Bob & Dawn Rosen wrote:

Just heard about Mr. Moy-HOW DEEPLY SORRY I AM....I will always remember his friendship


Cindy Grimes wrote:

My warmest condolences and expressions of sorrow to Marian’s family. he will surely be missed by all. May the word of God and the good memories you shared bring comfort, peace and a hope for the future, Jeremiah 29:11. Kind regards,



Carol Ramos wrote:

Beloved Christos Papadimitropoulos you were blessed with family and friends in this life. Your family and friends will continue to be blessed with happy memories of you.


Patti Van Keulen wrote:

Dan, was a resident of ours at Sunrise Fountain Square. I am the concierge and Dan would come down every day and sit by my desk. We would have great conversation but what I remember most is one day I was upset about something and was crying. He came over and put his arm around me to console me. That really touched me. I will never forget him. I looked forward to seeing him everyday when I came to work.


Bob Manno wrote:

Walk with God Brother !!


S.O. wrote:

To the Horan family sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in God's promise "to swallow up death forever...and wipe the tears from all faces." (Isaiah 25:8)


Gloria Catuira wrote:

To Rose and Family So sad to hear of Bob’s passing. Lino and I extend our deepest and sincere condolences. Fond memories of our friendship will always stay in our hearts. Bob will be sorely missed. Offering our sympathy and prayers to the entire Mittenthal Family


Chilian family wrote:

Please accept our sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. The bible assures us that our heavenly father is aware of our pain and he is near to the brokenhearted (Psalm 34:18). It also gives us the promise that there will be a resurrection and that God will bring an end to death once and for all (Revelation 21:4). It is our hope that the power of God’s Word will help to ease your sorrow as you cherish the loving memories you shared together.


Bonifacio Cenir wrote:

May God include you at the “Book of Remembrance “ at His promised resurrection.


Donna McKamey wrote:

To the Mittenthal family, I am so sorry for your loss.My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this very difficult time May he Rest in Peace!


Noel &. Cely Orpilla wrote:

Our Deepest Sympathy To. the. Family ( sorry. we can. not. come, we. are. going home. to. the. Philippines, the. Kids. might. be. coming. for. the. wake )


Noel &. Cely Orpilla wrote:

4307 N. Melvina Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. 60634


E. Marton wrote:

I am so sorry for your loss. Losing a loved one in death is one of the hardest things we ever have to face. I get comfort from the sctiptures. John 5:28 tells us there will be a resurection. Please view the video to see what that will be like.


Kim Sherwood Ziegler wrote:

Darrell and I are both deeply saddened to see this news. We are sending prayers and strength during this time.



Linda Hoover wrote:

In memory of beloved Danial Bieze, now in the arms of the angels.


Dawn Pscherer wrote:

My thoughts and prayers are with you all 💜🙏May you rip Danny All my love your cousins,DawnPscherer,Randi Grossman and Sherry Doyle(The Pennington Girls)


Matthew Youell wrote:

My condolences to The Czarnowski family for the loss of Jerome. Jerome dedicated his life to his loving family and country and community and is a role model of a great man. Jerome brought light and laughter to everyone he met. He was certainly a joy to be in his company at our family reunions. Jerome will be sadly missed but his loving memory will always be with us all. Sincerely Matthew Youell



KDP wrote:

Love you



Kathryn Wojcik wrote:

My sympathy and prayers. Patricia was a great gift to St. Andrew. She was a kind gently and lovely woman. God blessed us with her for a short period to time. She will be missed.


Danielle wrote:

My deepest condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort be with you at this time.(2 Corinthians 1:3,4)


Alena McCarthy wrote:

It was an honor to know Dan. He was so kind, friendly, and always so helpful to anyone who needed help. Dan was a wonderful man who loved his wife, his children, his family, and fishing. May you rest in peace. Prayers and condolences to Becky, the kids, and the family.


Amy Olson and Patrick Dolan wrote:

Our deepest condolences for you and your family with your Dad's passing Susannah and Anita. Prayers for healing and happy memories to shine through your sadness.



Wes and Lisa Eberly wrote:

Our condolences to all the family.


Susan Ohlandt wrote:

We are so sorry about your dad, Susannah and Anita. Sending prayers of healing and strength to you and your families.


Tom Colbeck wrote:

Uncle Joe was an Iconic figure in my life and will be sorely missed. The good times spent with him and the entire Cousineau family will be cherished by me forever. From afternoons at Stanley’s lake; nights at Niles West High School and every family get together in between, he was truly the straw that stirred the drink. Uncle Joe, I love you and thanks for the memories. My heartfelt condolences go out to the entire Cousineu family


Tom Cunningham wrote:

During my life Uncle Joe left me with so many great memories and taught me some faluable lessons. Thanks Uncle Joe and Aunt Marge.


Ron Shelton wrote:

Rest in peace. Me and my wife Mary extend our sympathies to the rest of the family, especially Susannah and Anita.


Maria Parker wrote:

A Pillar of the 3700 N. block has passed 😥 I spent Summers in the 70s and through High School on that block. So many great memories usually playing basketball in alley. Prayers for the family and the legacy he left behind. May he RIP with his wife and family in heaven. XO to the Cousin Cousineaus and family. Maria Parker


Marianne Domaszek wrote:

Those in our hearts are never far from our memories. May God Bless you during this time.



Murillo wrote:

May your Father rest in peace! My condolences to the family..



Linda Trullinger wrote:

You're family is in my prayers.


Bryzinski Family wrote:

Our condolences to the Spiess family. He had been under the watchful loving care of his daughters. Susannah had mentioned that although her father is no longer suffering, she will miss her daily conversations with him, her routine of making sure that her father had everything he needed and his wonderful jokes. With much sadness, Mark, Marie, Frank, Katy Bryzinski


Robert James Kennedy wrote:

Jerry was such a fun guy. I remember him coming to our home in Cicero and telling us delightful stories about basic training in the Marines. We were amazed by what he could do (we were just kids at the time) and that amazement of him...continued through the years. What delight he every place he went. I am sure he is busy now building some great furniture in heaven, and delighting all those around him. Our condolences to all who were closest to him. With love and best wishes...


Beth Avila wrote:

My Deepest Condolences to the Family


Pam Walus wrote:

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May you find comfort that he is in the hands of the Lord.


Christine Friend wrote:

Thinking of all of you. With love and sympathy from Nana, Aunt B, Alyssa and Shelly.



Helmut Filian wrote:

My Condolences to the family.Colette and I will miss you Fritz, may you rest in Peace my friend


Mariluz Rivera Rodriguez wrote:

To one of the most amazing grandfather I've ever met. Thank You for being a loving grandfather to my nephew Joel and taking him as your very own.


Charlene Jacobsen wrote:

So sorry to hear of your father-in-law’s death. Julie the words on your face book page were beautiful and filled with love!


Richard weir wrote:

Jeremie, I still think about you regularly. Your passing has effected me. You are one of my best friends. Fishing and car stereos was our thing. I miss you buddy


Teresita wrote:

Mis más sinceras condolencias.



Lt Murf (retired) wrote:

I am so sorry for the lost to your family. I lost my parents so I can appreciate what u r going though but can't say its the same.



Marielle wrote:

Roy will be missed.


Cynthia L Palm wrote:

I am so sorry to hear of this terrible loss. I remember Dane well as one of my former students at St. Margaret Mary. He always made me laugh...even if he wasn't supposed to. RIP, Dane. Prayers for the family are storming the heavens.


Don Casey Jr. wrote:

Lisa and I are so saddened by Jim's passing. He was a true gentleman and scholar in very sense, and a long time friend to the Casey family. Our prayers are with the Hasten family.



Georgia Nick wrote:

My Condolences to the family. You will be missed Gus, may you rest in peace.



Irene Tziforos wrote:

Evan love and prayers your way



Monica Hyder wrote:

Uncle Bernie, Cathy, Peggy, Anita & families— Sorry we couldn’t be there but please know you all have been in our constant thoughts!! Love & Hugs- Love Monica, Jimmy, Maverick & Madelyn


Niece Peggy Sebetka wrote:

With loving memories of a beautiful person to so many. She is Aunt Madelyn to me with her generous heart and huge laugh. We loved looking at pics of she and her sisters together. Visits with her family were always fun. We loved hearing our moms plan sister reunions where the only real necessity was laughter. My heart is heavy to hear of your loss. May our beautiful Aunt Madelyn Rest In Peace. She will forever be missed, loved and prayed for.


Kathy Jasica wrote:

My deepest sympathy and condolences to you and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


Sheniqua Williams wrote:

Debbie when I heard This devastating news my heart sunk to the bottom of my stomach; for something so awful to fall upon someone soooooooo great is unjust, unfair, and a huge lose to the world, and to our family here at Regis! I remember the first time we met, you did a surprise visit to the Wisconsin salons and I'd always hear about you but hadn't met you AND boy do I thank goodness I was on my A game that day you came in! You walked in the door, and I had the biggest smile while greeting you, and you had the biggest smile saying "Hi I'm Debbie and I freaked out!!!🤗 You told me how nice my welcome, and customers haircut was, and to keep up the good work! I shed tear as you've aways made me do; I gave you a huge, and I stepped back, and looked at you, and told you how pretty you were, and you said I was just about to tell you the same thing (lbvs) and from that moment... smh😥 you were the most amazing regional manager you always encouraged, complimented, and though you knew I was a brat made myself, and I'm sure others see there full potential!!! you where an amazzzzzzzing person with a beautiful spirit, and the warmest heart which I'm sure will fit in perfect with the angles above! I will never forget you, and may 🙏🏽God bless, and rain healing 🙌🏽over your family's broken hearts & aching souls Amen🙏🏽


Lydia Polo-Savaglio wrote:

Debbie, I enjoyed working with you and valued your insights as an RD. You will be missed. Sending prayers to your family.


Hermien, Troy and Sharon Wrren wrote:

We share your pain on the loss of your beloved mother, Lita, and send comforting prayers as candle are lit in her honor. We hope this poem will be meaningful to you and the entire family at this difficult time. "Though her smile is gone from us and her hand we can no longer touch, we still have many memories of one we loved so much. Her memory is a keepsake with which we never part, God has her in His keeping and we have her in our heart



lillian quiles wrote:

sorry for your loss !!! god bless you and your family RIP from Susan and Cruz Quiles



lillian quiles wrote:

very sorry for you loss... will his mother is my cousin Rosie my name is Lillian Quiles.. my parent name is Susan and Cruz Quiles … I will pray for your family god bless you


The Warren family wrote:

We share your pain on the loss of your beloved mother and send comforting prayers as candle are lit in her honor. We hope this poem will be meaningful to you and your entire family at this difficult time. "Though her smile is gone from us and her hand we can no longer touch, we still have many memories of the one we loved so much. Her memory is a keepsake with which we never part, God has her in His keeping and we have her in our hearts."


Christy Russell wrote:

I remember Dane from SMM. I worked there and remember him as a caring, kind and nice young man. I’m so very sorry for your loss!


Peggy Nolan wrote:

Madelyn was my older sister, we were three girls, all artists and first taught by our artist father. Madelyn was a great example of how to do things right. I learned from Madelyn, whether as a high school Student Council officer creating and changing massive walk in bulletin boards for the halls; or by her friendship when I wasn’t as knowledgeable as she; or how to whip up posters for those poster parties we three were always invited to. Religion and art were our common ground and we enjoyed discussions related to them. She was the best to go to the Art Institute with, I learned something every time. I will always remember my first pay check and Madelyn offered to take me shopping, I still feel the sense of pride I had about the outfit she helped picked out. I will always remember her spectator pumps, her constant reading, her wonderful designs, her creativity, how she hated to light our gas oven and her acceptance for life itself. Good by my dear friend I will miss you forever.



Tierra C. wrote:

My Deepest Condolences... Whatsoever brings you peace Soothes your soul and brings you comfort is what I have wished for you at this difficult time you’re in my thoughts and prayers.


Denise Swanson wrote:

Was saddened by the news of Mary’s passing...she was my mentor at IDPH and a legend in our division! The knowledge she imparted on many of us continues to protect the health & welfare of the people of Illinois. A fabulous patient advocate and loyal partner to her team. Thoughts of her will always warm my heart & make me smile. God speed Mary💕


Steve and Hollie Himmelman wrote:

We did not truly know Jerry very well. However, what we did know of Jerry and Mary is that they were truly wonderful folks who made our neighborhood better, safer, and a really great place to live. Always a smile, an hello and concern for how things are going. In other words, solid caring. He will be missed by all who knew him, certainly us as well. May he Rest In Peace for all eternity.


Maureen O'Shea Glass wrote:

We’ve lost a wonderful woman who is so well described in the notice. I just wanted to write a short, heartfelt tribute. I knew Madelyne as my brother’s mother-in-law, as Cathy’s mother, and as a wonderful grandmother. I spent so many Easter holidays, Thanksgivings, children’s birthday parties, first communions, graduations, 4th of July barbeques, Mother’s Days, and other family events at the O’Shea home with Madelyne. She was the one who sang “Over the River and Through the Woods” with me at Thanksgiving, and “Here Comes Peter Cottontail at Easter.” She was always up for singing with me and never turned me down. In recent years she tackled jigsaw puzzles with some of us and this past Thanksgiving she and I tackled a wonderful 500-piece jigsaw of Ireland – and Madelyne was good! I would ask for her help with a section and she was right on it. She had a great eye. I will remember Madelyne as a kind, loving spirited woman who greatly loved her family and others. She was kind to me and I am sad to say goodbye to her. Our holidays and family events will not be the same without her – and that’s the least of it. But Madelyne has now taken her sweet energy and smile to heaven and if it’s possible, heaven is an even better place because Madelyne is there.


Angie Constantino Rodillo wrote:

My deepest condolences to Tita Lulu’s family. May her soul rest in peace.


Vicci Rodgers wrote:

Over 30 years ago, when I came to Old Irving Park, an amazing couple welcomed me. It took years before I could get their last name right, so imagine my delight when Jerry said we could call him "Ski." I always called him Jerry, but as our children were growing up under his watchful eye they found the shortened versions of Ski or Mr. Cz very helpful! Jerry was always present to find a solution to the problem at hand ... especially if it involved a tool of some kind. Whether it was a stud finder, power drill or carpentry solution, he was at the ready. When Ruby needed help with an award winning science project (about the validity of being an eye witness), Jerry stepped forward to be the "neighbor" who spotted the thief. There was the time we cluelessly drove all the way to a Wisconsin Badger/Western Illinois football game with Jerry's team's banner on the back of our Suburban. Helping edit his book on Vietnam was a journey I'll never forget, nor will my family forget his dedication to this country and how proud he was to have served. Jerry will always be the Chili Challenge Champion! I won't light a candle without hearing my favorite fireman's voice warning me about an open flame. My stories go on and on ... and with great joy I will share them because I will never forget my dear and treasured friend, Jerry. Deep love and heartfelt prayers go out to Mary, Amy, Jill, Paul, Sara and the rest of the remarkable Czarnowski family. Jerry made a difference in the lives of my family as he did for so many, many others. He will be missed, but joyfully remembered, for the rest of my days until we meet again.


Yosief Lebab wrote:

I will miss your laughter and constant humor. My condolences goes out to your family, your loved ones, and to all the lives you touched. Rest in peace in eternal life with all the angels and saints my dear friend.


Tommy Jo wrote:

Debbie you were one of my best friends in H.S. I'm gonna miss you so much!! You were a special part of my life as well as many others. I will always cherish the memories and all the good times we had and the way you used to make me laugh. Thank you for being a part of my life i wouldnt be the same person i am without you and the world will not be the same without you. I miss you and love you girl!!! May you rest in peace. My deepest condolences to the family.


Sharon Gonwa wrote:

Many memories and our shared future hopes and dreams flood my mind. I loved talking with you, being around you, joking and our shenanigans-plotting and counting months! Oh how I will miss you. Our loss here though is heaven's gain. Till we meet again my friend and sister in Christ.


Aunt Annie wrote:




Gracia María Iglesias wrote:

my deepest condolences for such an irreparable loss of my great friend


Eileen O’Donnell (Ret. CPD, daughter of Jim O’Donnell) wrote:

Jeff and family, I am so very sorry for your loss.🙏🏻🙏🏻😪


Bob Fitzgerald wrote:

Jane Ann & family: You have my heartfelt sympathy during this time of loss & sadness. I have very fond memories of growing up as neighbors on Winchester Street. Neal’s safe return home from military service is remembered as a celebratory occaision.


Misty Ogawa wrote:

Debbie, I’ll always remember your beautiful smile, and warm spirit! Our team here at Regis valued everything about you. You will be missed, may your beautiful soul Rest In Peace. May Jesus walk with you through those pearly gates. All our love❤️


Alma Hilgenberg wrote:

I've worked for supercuts for many years Debbie was our RD and a fine woman so sorry to hear of her death my deepest condolences


Lito & Violy Cagadas wrote:

Our deepest sympathy and condolence to Art Sison and family.


Steve Pinkston wrote:

My heart breaks for the Johnson family. I just learned of Bob’s passing today. He is a legend to Tommy’s buddies from Iowa State. He was always quick with a joke and I could tell how much Tommy looked up to him. Susanne, Tommy, and Pat... the Pinkstons are thinking about you and are here if you need anything!


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Gill Brociner wrote:

May your memory be for a blessing. I remember Dane from the 400 Theatre twenty years ago and through Jeff about Dane's police career.



Candice Loveday wrote:

May she rest in peace.. she was always a great manager.



Christy wrote:

Sincerest sympathy to your family and all those that held you dear to their hearts. You will be greatly missed.


Todd Dovey wrote:

Debbie, thank you for all the laughter. Your sprit was bigger than life. I pray you find peace as you now fly among the angles.


Tammy Christian wrote:

RIP Debbie. I will miss you, our talks and our friendship. Everyone needs a friend that makes them laugh, drives them crazy and will tell you the truth even when it’s not what they want to hear.......this was you! All who knew you, knew that you were passionate, spoke what you thought and sometimes ruffled a few feathers but that was what made I will miss you my friend, you may be gone but you will never be forgotten; your memory will live on forever!


~ ~ Fr. Dan Brandt, CPD Chaplain wrote:

Heartfelt and prayerful condolences from the Chicago Police Chaplains. Dane will be remembered at the Police Mass on Sunday, 13 JAN, 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: or 312/738-7588]



cheryl wrote:

Sending healing light and magic to all.


Candace K Sutfin wrote:

Andy, how saddened I am that you have to go through this experience. Losing your partner is life changing but as time passes your memories will ease the pain. Thoughts and prayers, Candy Sutfin


gale paradise wrote:

I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved family member Dane. There are no words that can ease this pain but please know that you are my thoughts and prayers



Stacey Houseman wrote:

Sorry for your loss. Debbie was a great mentor. Prayers to your family during this difficult time


Brian Lee Bardsley wrote:

Dane was a warrior and it was an honor and privilege to call him my friend. 'Til Valhalla, brother.


Joanne and Phil Gonwa wrote:

Our deepest sympathy and condolences to you and your family. May the Father of Mercies and God of all comfort sustain you.


Mary Panno wrote:

Olivia and family, So very sorry for the loss of your father. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Sincerely, Mary Panno


Maria L Cartagena wrote:

My sincere condolences may he Rest In Peace. Prayers



Candy Doogan wrote:

My prayers and love to all of you.


John Osborne & Family wrote:

Jim & Family, we are sorry for your loss. Jim, I remember how your Mother graciously allowed us boys to invade her house and take over her kitchen table to play board games many years ago.


Friend wrote:

I think about her almost daily. Wish I had more details :(


Nini Sison Centeno wrote:

My sincerest condolence to Art Sison and family!



Ashleigh Mason wrote:

Dane was a part of our family for a short time. Between him and his dog he found a way to light up a room. I am forever grateful for the memories we shared and send love to those impacted by his loss.


Megan Hewitt wrote:

A couple years ago, I apologized to Dane for giving my opinion pretty strongly. He said “That’s bullsh@*(the apology part), you are family”. One of the nicest words I ever heard. He wouldn’t suffer idiocricy but had a huge heart. Sending much comfort & love to all.


Tiffany wrote:

My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time


Noel Padilla Sr. wrote:

My sincere heartfelt condolences. I remember little Daney when I baby sat him. I'm in shock and saddened by this. Incredible funny human being, godspeed.


Linda Casupanan and family wrote:

Our deepest condolences to Nanay Lulu's Family. May her soul rest in Peace.


Julia Moy wrote:

Andy, my sincere condolences to you and your family. Sending prayers your way.


Donna Wilburn wrote:

Andy, my sincere condolences to you and your family during this time. Please know that I will keep you and your family in my prayers.


R Jackson wrote:

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Victoria Burke wrote:

Terribly sad about Neal Many wonderful memories of him wargaming with my dad and holidays spent together. Much love Victoria Burke and family


Fr. Donald Rowe, S.J. wrote:

Jim was a brilliant history teacher when I was president of St. Ignatius College Prep. It amazed and delighted everyone when, in his first years, the students voted him "Teacher of the Year," an honor usually for someone who had been here many years. Not only did he teach and assign work well, he was very personally helpful on an academic or spiritual basis with this students. I could always have an interesting conversation with him about current events. It was a pleasure to visit with him. Others on the faculty and staff had a similar experience. I am now in a Jesuit assisted living facility near Milwaukee, not very mobile, or would certainly concelebrate his funeral and offer condolences to Andrea and the family in person. I will offer Mass for his peace and that of his family towards the end of this week --- and keep you all in my prayers. All God's blessings, Donald Rowe,S.J. \


Marlene and Sonny Hersh wrote:

Dear Andy, Our sincere condolences to you and your family.


Elizabeth Larkin wrote:

To Brian and all members of your family - prayers for you and your family during this difficult time.


Frrank DiMaria wrote:

Allow me to express my sympathy to you, Tom and also your family... May the coming year bring new memories


Laurie Settelmayer wrote:

Rest In Peace sweet Jenny! May your children and family and Jeff feel how loved you were . So glad we reconnected a few years back with our St. There’s family.


Ashley Hakim wrote:

My deepest sympathy to James’ family. I had the pleasure of having Mr. Hasten as my economics teacher at Saint Ignatius and he was, without a doubt, the one person who has inspired me the most. I look back at my memories of him with immense gratitude because he changed my life. I will never forget the smile he had while walking through the hallways in the morning and I will never forget how he always jumped to help when I would drop a stack of books. He was an incredible educator, an honorable mentor, and a kind man. If I could say one more thing to Mr. Hasten it would be: thank you for believing in me when I did not believe in myself. Your anecdotes about success will continue on in the lives of all of the students whose hearts you have touched. May he Rest In Peace.


Billy O'Leary wrote:

Dear Andrea, Jared, Maria, Olivia, Tim, Julia, Brendan, Grace and Nora, The O’Leary family extends their condolences on the loss of Jim. He welcomed all the O’Leary’s into his life and heart which we valued very much. The kindness and love Jim bestowed on Andrea was second to none. To his children, your father was very proud of each of you and that you are in many ways like him with compassion and consideration for others. To his daughter in law and son in laws, he was very proud that you married into the Hasten family. Grace and Nora, the happiness and joy you brought into Poppa’s life made his final time on earth very enjoyable. Being a teacher Jim did leave his mark in this world with those he taught but the greatest achievement of your father were the three children he brought into this world to make it a better place. May God grant all of you the strength to endure this time of sadness. Sincerely, Billy O’Leary


Jerry Mazurczak wrote:

Iskalis wrote: Iskalis wrote: Andy, my sincere condolences to you and your family.


Robert Jazo wrote:

I just want to extend my sympathies to John Reynen's family for their loss. I did not know John, but I had the pleasure of knowing his son Brian.


Della Baldwin wrote:

Dear Jennifer, May you now rest in peace, surrounded by God's love. I pray for your family and friends, and all many lives you have graced with your love.


Dawn Marquette wrote:

Rest in peace, Jenny. I wish I could be there. Thank you for being my friend.


JoAnn Klopack wrote:

Dear Jennifer...May you be with the" Angels" in Our Lord's "Heavenly Garden" and have seen His "Blessed" Face...for now you are free of pain and can share in the everlasting Peace and Joy only Heaven can bring.. You fought a great fight and now your reward is here! But, know you'll be missed and loved by so many forever!


Thomas Iskalis wrote:

My most sincere condolences to you Andy and all of Jim’s family as you draw upon Jim’s courage and strength in recent years. You loved and cared for Jim with such dedication. Andy, I am out of town thus week, but you and your family are on my mind in my heart. Fondly, Tom


Delia O'Connor wrote:

Deb, I’m so sorry for your loss. May the good memories help you through this difficult time.


Jeanne and Ron Ohr wrote:

Dear Bob , we always loved talking with you as you were a wealth of knowledge and so very interesting, we loved running into you in the neighborhood and always a surprise to see you’ve walked a mile or miles from home. You were truly an inspiration to us. It was a gift to have been lucky enough to know you for the past 20 years, and we so appreciated how good you were to your neighbors, our grandchildren. You were the life of the parties and made the best drinks! You will be missed by so many so sorry for Sue and your family. We will always remember you until we meet again.


Roy Walker wrote:

Andy & family: My most sincere condolences on the passing of your husband. Jim is now in heaven, looking down, together with my recently deceased wife,Diane, on us. God and weather willing, I will be the service on Wednesday. Roy


Shirley Henning wrote:

Rest in Peace ???? We will meet one day ????


Nancy Lyon wrote:

I remember Jim was very very happy at Jared’s wedding in August. Jim, you will be missed....


Vicki Swanson wrote:

Susanne, Tommy, & Patrick. So sorry to hear about Bob’s passing. We will keep you all in our prayers and thoughts.


John Mundy wrote:

I knew him from Calvert House at the University of Chicago. He was a shining light during my years there. Fr. Bill was witty, funny, compassionate. It was a joy to know him. May he rest in peace and intercede for us.



Linda Podraza wrote:

Jennifer may you rest in peace.



Linda Podraza wrote:

Jennifer may you rest in peace,


Don & Brenda Struve wrote:

We are deeply saddened to hear of Mick's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


Donna Pitts wrote:

So sorry Judy to u and your family. Micks at peace now and may God comfort u and yours


Mark Pietz wrote:

Our condolences to the Kiely/ Ozima families. We will cherish many fond memories of Carol and her kind and generous soul. The Pietz family.


Douglas Swanson wrote:

Thanks so much for the email. We are in Texas for a family Christmas. We will try to make it over. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.


Joyce B. wrote:

I wish to express my deepest sympathy, allowing time to become a healing factor. In God’s Word the Bible it speaks to us about the healing that God will provide. At Job 14:14,15 it gives us the peace of mind that I wish to extend at this time of loss.


Maureen M. Drees wrote:

Judy, I’m keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. I’m so very sorry to learn of the loss of Mick.


Susan Lietzke wrote:

Judy and family, So very sorry for your loss. Mick was such a good man. My prayers are with you. Susan Lietzke


Susan Lietzke wrote:

Thinking of you



Brad Benton wrote:

My sincerest and heartfelt sympathies to Judy and her family.


Frank Avila wrote:

I am very sad, and sorry, to hear about the death of Mr. Petar Tomic. May Petar Tomic's Memory be Eternal! Mr. Tomic was a good husband, good father, good provider, hard worker, and a good man. He was always kind to me. I am very sad to hear about his death. My prayers for the repose of his soul and prayers that God comforts his family in this time of loss and grief. Frank Avila and Family


MaryJeanne Monhardt wrote:

Donna, you and your family are in my prayers. You know you have always been a special favorite.


Derek Justmann wrote:

To the Pallazzolo Family - my sincere and deepest condolences on the loss of a wonderful man, it was always a joy watching him and my Dad chat along the fence in Palatine. I am also sorry I could not attend the visitation in person, but my thoughts and prayers are with you. Derek


Valerie Serzen wrote:

Dear Hope and family My thoughts and prayers are with you.


Olga Ortiz-O'Connor wrote:

Dear Palazzolo Family - With my mots sincere and deepest sympathy. Please know that I'm sharing your sorrow in the distance and keeping you in my prayers. My candle is lit in your dear father's memory. With all my love and friendship! Sincerely, your friend Olga Ortiz-O'Connor and Family.


Mark wrote:

I Love You, Mom


Daniel McFadden wrote:

Mr Schuld was a blessing in my life he was a great example of a hardworking man and he always spoke words of wisdom to me concerning life and having balance, he told me years ago not to be so busy that I forget about my family, I will miss our talks that we had from time to time they where not just about work they had great substance ( family,life,death,God,life after death ). He always made me fill like I was more that and employee, I will miss him for now but I believe I will see him again. Schuld family you will always be in my prayers as well as RPS family


Wayne Cozzolino wrote:

Hope, I am so sorry for the loss of your mom. You and your family are in my prayers.


Kimberly Vogel wrote:

Jody and Walter outside Kimberly's college dorm at Carthage College


Kimberly Vogel wrote:

Jody at Waikiki beach, Hawaii


Kimberly Vogel wrote:

Sarah, Walter, Jody, David, Ellen


Kimberly Vogel wrote:

Kimberly, Walter, Jody


Sr. Mary Frances SEELEY wrote:

David, you will be sorely missed. May God grant you His peace in His mercy and compassion.


Mom wrote:

Dear Mikey, Merry Christmas Love and Miss you every single day! Love Mom, Fergie and Mollie


Rosa G wrote:

My sincere condolences to your family. May you find comfort in knowing that God promises to "recover our loved ones from the power of the grave." (Hosea 13:14) Then "the righteous will possess the earth and they will live forever on it." (Psalms 37:29) The Bible gives us hope for Ms. Josephine.



Mary wrote:

Hi Honey, Could not let Christmas go by without thinking of you. Had mass said agin last night for you. You are missed daily but the Holiday time is always the worst. Rest in PEASE my Love, Love You ALWAYS.


Ruby Stephens wrote:

Paul, so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you.


Jim Kapolas wrote:

One of the most wonderful human beings any of us could have had the honor to know, Nate was the essence of "family". No matter how much time passed between seeing each other his warmth and genuine love was always present. As one of my Mom's all-time favorites, he will truly be missed.. On behalf of Melodee, myself, and our whole family, "May His Memory Be Eternal".


Amanda Jakupovic wrote:

I had the pleasure of meeting Joseph and Joan at the gym. They always melted my heart.. It was easy to see the love they shared for one another. I will always remember when I'd give Joseph an exercise to try and he'd just reply with "you're the boss". He would be rooting for Joan as she went through her strength training routine. It seemed like they were each others biggests fans as they would always make some kind of connection even just passing by eachother for a quick second. I would see him and Joan sitting and chatting with Liz from the spa. Liz and I would always say how we hoped to have the kind of marriage that Joan and Joseph have. I only knew Jospeh for a short while but I learned from him and he made an impact on my life forever. I am very thankful for that.


Josephine Bruno wrote:

Dear Ann and Bill, So sorry for your terrible loss. I will keep Sammy, his family, and you and Bill in my prayers. Love, Jo



Robert Ojima wrote:

A candle will always be lit for my cousin Carol and in our hearts forever.


Robert Ojima wrote:

May fond memories of brilliance of Carol bring you comfort during this hard time in your life. Look back on all the good memories we were able to have and smile at the fact that you were able to share these before Carol passed away. Our hearts and prayers go out to you, cousins, friends and your family. Carol will always be alive in our hearts! The Ojima's of Gig Harbor WA. Robert, Sharyn and Andrew


Mae Chelyn Oallares Abag wrote:

May you rest in peace Uncle


Cheryl Thompson wrote:

Anita was a wonderful and hysterically funny mother-in-law for me! I could sit for hours and listen to her funny stories!! I learned a lot fro her and Will and I am happy they are together again! My condolences to the Genovese all had an imprint on my life while I was married to Geno! My wonderful memories and their faith comfort me. I’m so sorry I won’t be able to attend any services as I am in California for two months. Take care of each other...Love, Cheryl


Vee Manc wrote:

My sincere condolences to family and friends at this time of loss. There are Bible passages that comforts me greatly. Jesus promised he will resurrect our loved ones. John 5: 28 and 29. When earth becomes the place of peace Jesus talked about at Matthew 5:5, then we will live the promise of everlasting peace. Psalm 37:29. We have a promise from God at Revelation 21:3,4. There will be no more death and pain. There is more comfort to be read about in God's Word, the Bible concerning the resurrection and reuniting with our loved ones. May God’s peace be yours. Isaiah 26:4.



Georgia Polidoros wrote:

So very sorry for your loss Natalia and Family! My thoughts, prayers and heart goes out to you!



Mike McGarry, Tom murphy wrote:

We are old old friends of Gary and Kevin from 51st and Lawndale. Very saddened to hear of the passing of are dear friend. We send our condolences to his family. We will always remember him.



Paige wrote:

Wishing you peace in knowing he's in a better place. Love you girl stay strong I KNOW you can!


Wendy Burger (Layman) wrote:

Fond memories of Mr. Palazzolo and time spent with the Palazzolo family. Thinking of you all at this difficult time. God bless



Natalia wrote:

Love you Daddy with all my heart now and forever!



Susie wrote:

My memories are of everyday things and I cannot pick just one. Everyday, I miss him.


Cherished Place Staff wrote:

Shirley will truly be missed here at Cherished Place


Glynis Hirsch wrote:

My dear Wendy I am so incredibly sorry for your loss. Your dad was not only special to you and to your family but to me and my family for years and years. His warm smile and enthusiasm greeted us each time we visited Kow Kow. He was the glue. He was the host with the most. He will never be forgotten. I hope a lifetime of good memories will ease the grief of your loss. Your dad was a "giant". My sincerest condolences. Glynis



Lori Kimmel wrote:

So sorry for your loss


Josephine, Richard, Janice, Frances, and Leah Zaloudek wrote:

Our deepest sympathies to your family. Will be keeping you in our prayers.


Ray Maddock wrote:

Anita will be greatly missed. Anita knew ALL the lyrics to every song I played and loved to join in. I got to know her pretty well over the years; we were both from Missouri. She told me a lot of stories, including about her musical father, how her grandmother killed a snake, and how much she loved her grandmother. Anita was always such fun. God bless her.


Wally Theefs wrote:

Marian and Family: I am so sorry to hear of Joel's passing. May God comfort you during this troubled time.


The Brege Family wrote:

Kelly- Our hearts are with you and your family. Our sincere condolences.


DW wrote:

To the Family, so sorry for your loss. Hope you will be comforted in knowing that Anita has the prospect of being resurrected, healthy (in the flesh), to Paradise Earth just as Jehovah God has promised. In fact , the vast majority will enjoy everlasting life right here on earth as God had intended from the beginning. God's Kingdom will do this under the rule of Jesus Christ. READ John 5:28, 29, Job 14:14, 15,Psalms 37:29,Matthew 6:9,10, Matthew 5:5 and Revelation 21:2-4



Mary wrote:

I will miss our talks. ❤️


Andrei wrote:

Kat, My sister. My best friend. You were always my go to for advise on anything. I will always remember you as the strong tuff big sister. Lola and Lucy will be my number one priority and I will never let you down. I miss you so greatly. Life will never be the same but you will never leave by heart. Mom, Tat, the girls and the whole rest of the family miss you so much. I will keep this family together no matter what it takes. I know if the tables were turned, you would be the strong one as you always were. I love you my big sister! Your brother Andrei


Arne B Warda and Marne S Warda wrote:

Marc we are very thankful we shared with you and Gina two Dinners and Shows at Drury Lane this year..A real treat...You were always Loved and will be missed. Our Prayers go with Gina and the family.. May our good Lord fill them with his Mercy and Grace.... Forever may you rest in the Kingdom of God...



Maria Niazi wrote:

Dearest Lynn, Zoe, and Zach, I didn't know your husband-father well, but from all you told me he was a loving husband and a fantastic dad. I know that whenever his name was mentioned, your smile said it all. Loving, kind, giving and generous with his time on all activities in the community. He was definitely a pillar of his surroundings. Your children are such shining stars of the great job that both of you did in raising them. They will always be a blessed reminder of his love and influence on them. You are in my prayers. Your Friend Maria


Jo Ann Petterson wrote:

I just found out about Eileen's passing. This was a great shock to me as we worked together for many, many years. She is missed by everyone. I will light a candle for her at mass today and for her family. She loved them dearly.


Desiree Sigler wrote:

May your family find comfort as “the hearer of prayer” embraces their heart (Psalms 94:19). We hope that the many cards, hugs, kind words, cherished memories, and loving prayers sustains your family during this most difficult time.


Zoe Gray wrote:

I miss you and love you so much daddy. Thank you for being the best dad a girl could ask for. Even though I can’t see you or hug you, I know you are always with me. I hope you’re having a blast reffing games for Vince up in heaven. Please continue to guide Zachary and I. Make sure mommy is okay too. Love you forever and ever❤️



Charles Field wrote:

Miss Alletto was my second grade teacher in Ormand Beach, Florida. She cared more than any other teacher I ever had. She truly cared!



Mary Matsoukas wrote:

My family was so sorry to hear of your loss. It is never easy to lose someone. Mr. Moon was such a big part of your family as well as to my brother John. He will truly be missed. Our deepest condolences. We will keep you in our prayers.


James R. Geisler wrote:

Father Jabusch was a wonderful priest I first met when I was a student at Quigley North in the early 60's. He was the moderator of our yearbook, Le Petit Seminar. As a member of the staff, we would often work into the late afternoon and early evening missing dinner at home. Father would then invite us to dinner at Madame Gallo's restaurant on East Chicago Avenue. What a treat: The food and the conversation with him. He also took us to meet with a friend of his in advertising on Michigan Avenue to help us with layout and other features of our book---I think it was the best yearbook of our four years at Quigley. (I was honored to present it to Pope John XXIII in the summer of 1962 when It traveled to Italy.) After Quigley, I next met up with Father at Calvert House when I was in grad school at the University of Chicago. Once again, he was a good friend, advisor and a cheerleader at a challenging time in my life. I think of him every time we sing "The King of Glory" at mass, and I remember him as urbane, humble, and holy---everything a good priest should be. I am so grateful he was part of my life!


Alfonso Rodriguez wrote:

While there is no way I can feel your pain, I do feel your loss as I have known Marc for 3 years. Peace and love to you and your family during this sorrowful time.



C. Allen wrote:

Heartfelt Condolences to the Lentino Family <3 Dr. Lentino, I Will Always Remember You. He always teased me....when he would see me, he would greet me by my vanity license plate, instead of my government name :) Dr. Lentino was kind, a gentle giant. I am saddened I heard of his passing, after the fact.


Carrie and Tayah Foley wrote:

God gained an angel when he took you Kat! Tayah & I are forever grateful that we knew you! Our thoughts and prayers go out to Abe, Lola & Lucy, We love you & miss you already :( Rest well my friend!



Leslie L Kascher wrote:

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


Bill Kaman wrote:

Gary was a good and loyal man, husband, father, friend, worker, fellow coach & Knight Of Columbus, sports fan, and church group guiding light. See you later, but I'm not in a hurry. s/ Bill Kaman



Ljiljana Dulas wrote:

My deepest sympathy on your lost.


Ruthie Maldonado-Delwiche wrote:

My sincere condolences to you and the family. I am so sorry.


Sharokina and Hanibal Chaharbakhshi wrote:

Rest In Peace


David Bixby wrote:

Abe, I offer my deepest condolences to you, the girls, and all of your family. May God welcome her into his kingdom and together may they watch over you all and remain in your hearts and souls forever.


Joanne Howard and Phillip Donaldson wrote:

Dear Abe and Daughters: Phillip and I deeply regret your loss. Please know that Katarina, you and the girls are in our prayers.


Kumovi Stojanovich wrote:

May you find strength in each other for the difficult days that lie ahead. +Katarina gone much too soon but will never be forgotten. Vjecnaja Pamjat/Memory eternal


Diana Rasmussen & Susanna Moylett wrote:

Katarina was our nurse for 4 years. We were devastated by this news. She will be greatly missed. She was a wonderful, caring down to earth person who made a difference in people’s lives. Our prayers are with your family at this very difficult time.


Joanna Harper RN wrote:

Kat and I worked together in Home Health. My heart breaks. What a beautiful nurse she was! Kind, Giving and Caring are only half of the wonderful adjectives to describe her. She was always there for her patients, a co-worker or a student nurse. She was an exceptional nurse and person. She put her family first. She loved to share stories and pictures of her beautiful family and was so proud of her girls. I was so fortunate to have known her and I am so sorry for your loss. May God comfort you in your grief now and in the days to come.


Hal Edwards wrote:

To Donna Rankin: God's great and gentle ocean of Love continues to flow through the two men of your life, Barry and Bill. I meditate today on the Goodness of your lives and the countless ways you, Bill and Barry have touched such a great cloud of witnesses who, with me, stand around you as you grieve and celebrate from the depths of your soul. May the Presence of Divine Love fill that tremendous emptiness in the wake of two gifted and committed men who continue to live in spirit beyond the passing of physical death. May all your memories come full circle within and around you and fill you with peace, serenity and a great and gentle gratitude!!


Jacqi Lovell wrote:

I have many wonderful memories of Christmas celebrations with Willard. As a family, we sang carols together before dinner and it was a very festive day. Willard's gifts for others were always products of his travels and very unique and beautiful. One funny story was when we were hosting Christmas Day at our home in Palatine. Everyone but Willard had arrived and when he came in he was laughing at himself. He had walked into the house next door and made himself at home, but did not recognize any of the people. He sat down and visited with the people there for awhile and a dog that he did not recognize came up to greet him. At that point he asked “Where are Jeff and Jacqi? Did they get a new dog?” It was at that point he realized he was at the wrong house. We all had a good laugh at his expense that day. Wonderful, wonderful memories!


greg crider wrote:

Gary, even though have not know him too long was a good Brother Knight, dedicated to his faith, family and brother knights! I am so sorry for his loss. I know though time and I know you hear this all the time need something cell #773-858-0243 Brother Knight Greg Crider


Carol Celestine Van Den Heede wrote:

Roger and I send our sincere condolences. I just learned of Tony's passing a few weeks ago. I always enjoyed hearing from Tony at Christmas, and we did manage a visit at Colleen's home a few years ago. Hopefully, we can keep in touch. Tony was the nephew of my grandfather, Edward De Boey who was the brother of your grandfather. Sincerely Roger and Carol Evanoff Van Den Heede


Diane Klepadlo and Albert Mirza wrote:

Dearest Tamraz Family: Our hearts break with Marc's passing. Childhood friend, kind and loving man. Thinking of you and praying for each of you.


Dr. Tom Baranowski wrote:

The best teacher I had in high school. He was tough and demanding but you learned a great deal. Rest in Peace Father. And God bless you.


Ed & Phyllis Warda Bonita Springs, FL wrote:

Marc & Family You have been such an important part of our families. When a young boy you gladden our hearts with your loving personality. Will keep those beautiful thoughts forever (frog on the airplane). May you know God created a very special you! So truly missed, but our great God always knows best. RIP



Valerie Allen wrote:

First off my deepest sympathies to the Tamraz Family. Dear Marc, I am going to miss you. Your were not just a boss, but like a second father to me. You were a great person and I will have great memories that will make me smile always. Rest in Peace Marc and fly high with the angels.


Wilma Plazak and Carey Plazak wrote:

Gary was a friend to all. His presence in church was special, He will be missed.


David Anderson wrote:

My deepest heartfelt sympathies to the Tamraz Family. Marc will most certainly be missed in the car restoration community by many but more importantly missed most by those who had the pleasure to learn from him & work by his side as an employee for many many years. Thank you Marc for allowing me to grow into an adult. You will not be forgotten. Rest in peace my friend, Dave



Raymond Jablecki wrote:

A dear,wonderful,amazing woman who raised two equally amazing children.A beautiful person inside and out.You are now in God"s care.


Ed and Laura Warda wrote:

Marc, my dear cousin you will be missed so much by all of your family and friends. God has taken you too soon to be with your Mom, Dad, sister, brother, and Uncles. I will miss our car time talks, and zooming around together in our latest fast cars. To the unlimited speed limits in heaven! Drive on my brother!!!!


Leigh wrote:

Denny... my heart has had a gap in it since your passing. I think of you often, and tears will flow, reminding me that you were and always will be the great love of my life. I’m sure Apollo met you up there & jumped into your arms. Just like old times. I know you’re not alone. But I can’t wait to see you again. God speed.


Vic and Mary Kay Winandy wrote:

Bob, Jim and Vince so sorry to hear of your moms passing great memories she was a great lady. May she Rest In Peace.



Allen Jensen wrote:

Glenn, my brother in Faith, life will end, but spirits are eternal. I will aways remember our talks...You will be with me, my friend.


John and Jan Merza wrote:

Dear Violet, We send our deepest condolences to you and your family.


Barbara DeRouin wrote:

Bob, Jim and very sorry to hear of the loss of your Mom. Remembering all the good times growing up and how much fun Aunt Gen always was. My deepest condolences to all of the family. Love and prayers to all.



Virgie San Juan wrote:

My most sincere sympathies and condolences to Violet and the Americus and Serritella families. May the Lord comfort you in this very difficult times. Rest in peace Norman. May God grant you eternal peace and shine His eternal light upon you.


Pam DeFiglio wrote:

Cathy and Mary Pat, May God bless your wonderful mom in heaven and bring comfort to you and your families. I have good memories of her being such a gracious and elegant lady. I wish you peace.


Joanne Jackson wrote:

Sincerest condolences to the family. May the God who supplies endurance and comfort strengthen all of you at this very difficult time. Romans 15:5.


Arthur Mantzouris wrote:

I'm so very sorry for her death, but know that God will send His Son, Jesus Christ to fulfill the words he spoke in John 5:28,29 and then when she is brought back to life she will then be able to live the real life as the Bible says in Psalm 37:29 which says: The righteous will possess the earth and they will live forever on it. So may these words bring some real comfort in the days ahead.


Peg Rey wrote:

Please accept our heartfelt sympathies for the loss of this amazing man - he has left a legacy to be amazingly proud of, so he lives on in the hearts and minds of the many, many people he touched.


Herta Abarr.North Carolina wrote:

Lois, I'm so sorry, I' ve told Marge, and Helen, cheryl told me...May Go's peace be with you


Mike&Rosemary Luby wrote:

Larry, We were so sorry to read of your loss of Beverly. We have such fond memories of times spent with your family on Balsam Lane Thankful to have known you. God bless Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Mike and Rosemary Luby


Michele Lucarelli wrote:

With deepest sympathy to Cindy and all the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, and only wish we were nearer. Much love Jeannette, Michele, Chris and Helen


Eileen Joyce wrote:

Mary Pat and Cathy, I'm so sorry for your loss. Sending prayers to you and your family. Eileen


Sara Kelley wrote:

Dear Cindy and Family, I am so sorry to hear about Al! Sending you all Prayers and Hugs!






Deanna Bailey wrote:

She was a wonderful woman. Sorry for your loss.


Julie Yepsen wrote:

Alice was Teta to many beyond her own family. She had a wonderful spirit and a generous, kind soul. I will also remember her cooking which she continues to share through her children.


Kathleen Riley wrote:

MP, Cathy and Kids, My heart aches at the loss of our wonderful Mary T. She was a special person, an unforgettable person and a kind person. She raised wonderful daughters and had great grandchildren! Always active, a true character, a life well lived! Bravo, Mary T.! Love, Kathy and Mandy


Les Nutter wrote:

I had worked with Al throughout the years on his Ace accounts and more, and he was a stand up guy. We will miss you Al Hazel. Our prayers go out to all the family and friends.


Mardi Woodward wrote:

Dear Mary Pat, you and to ur family are in my thoughts and prayers. God loves all of you- Mardi Woodward


Regina Dominican wrote:

You are being held in the thoughts and prayers of the Regina Dominican School community.


Linda Lockwood wrote:

Cindy, so very sorry for your loss. I can't even fathom what that must be like. Sympathy and prayers to you and your family.


Don Vey wrote:

R.I.P. Al. My prayers and thoughts go out to Cindy and family. Al was always such a kind person to work with. God Bless.


Nancy Barnes McDonaugh wrote:

Cindy, I can’t imagine the void being left in your life. I know you have an amazing support system of friends and family, but life will never be the same. The years you had with Alan were not near enough. I am so very sorry. ????


Cheryl and Auntie Sheena wrote:

Dear Family sending our Thoughts and Prayers to you All . May God be with you all and keep you strong through this . From Auntie Sheena and Family



With deepest sympathy for your family at this very difficult time. Sending prayers your way. Aunt Sandra, Anthony and Alexis



Donna Penkava Grzegorek wrote:

Great memories at Palatine High School. Rest in peace my friend!


Catherine (Kay) McNally Allegretti wrote:

My loving memories of my oldest sis are far many, so where do I begin? There were 9 of us living on North Lockwood Avenue. My friends always remembered her particular fast walk as Mary T. would hurry to catch the bus for her work at the bank. Our weekends meant she was in charge to give us our cleaning assignments on Saturday. Less I forget that M.T. made the best Friday night fudge any sibling could want. I can still see that bright smile as we would test for readiness. Ah indeed such simple, however great memories. Thank you dear sister for all that you taught me. Your spirit lives on in my heart and I will miss you until my last breath! Lucky me to have you in my life for so very long.



I'm So Very Sorry For the Loss of Your Husband,Dad,Grandpa,Uncle n Brother ❣️????????Words Cannot Express the Sadness We Feel for Your Family at this Time❣️???? I'm a Friend of Brenda's ,Who went to P-Ville????May He Rest in Peace w/ His Parent's ????????❣️????


George Kadantaris wrote:

My prayers and deepest condolences. George Kafantaris and family.


Pamela Davidson Haats wrote:

I’m so sorry for the loss of cousin Alan. Much love to all the family during this difficult time. Lots of love.


Phyllis Gaynor wrote:

I just found out about your passing Julie. Though we only caught up with each other every couple of years we picked up right where we left off. You will be missed. Love you my friend! ❤



James Donovan wrote:

Requiem aeternam dona ei, prayers for you, and for your Family's peace.


David Balamoon wrote:

Patrick was my best friend for 7th, 8th, and high school. He was one of my favorite people and I looked up to him. I have great memories of us making jokes in class, working on homework together and building robots in gtt. We always made fun of each other for our design flaws for our 3-d houses we created on our computers in cad. He made fun of me about not getting to the design section as fast as he did, and I made fun of him for not designing his roof. We always talked about our future, and what jobs we wanted to have. Patrick got me into computers and hardware engineering and I will live that dream out for him. We only went out 3 times but we had so many more unfulfilled plans. I have the best memories with him in reading class of 8th grade, that’s where we really clicked. He helped me leave my comfort zone and got me to try working out and gaining more weight. I never felt insecure when he commented on me, because unlike everyone else, Patrick meant it in a helpful way. When I found out what happened I freaked out and stopped talking to people. May my best friend truly Rest In Peace. My condolences to the family. You are all in my prayers each night.


John, Jill and Eli Boland wrote:

Our deepest condolences to Marta's whole family. Marta was always one of the kindest people to everyone, and her positive spirit will be greatly missed. We wish the family peace and strength during this very tough time.


L. Foster wrote:

My deepest sympathy to the friends and family of Mr Panagiotis. We will never get used to losing our love ones in death. The reason is because we were created with everlasting life in view. (Ecclesiastes 3: 11) To learn more, please visit and view the faith strengthening Video: Is There Hope for the Dead.


Kim sonnen wrote:

Larry: My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. So very sorry for your loss.



Kristine M Valdes wrote:

Both Johnny and I remember meeting him at the Christmas party last year for Grand Prairie.


Sheem Estes wrote:

I am so sorry for the loss of a great man. He was a caring father who loved his family deeply. He left a beautiful family and legacy. Memory eternal.



Irene Tziforos wrote:

Zoe se esas ... Memory Eternal.


Gene Szarek, C.R. wrote:

Larry and Daughters, My heart goes out to you with prayers and warm affection. May choirs of angels welcome your beloved Beverly, spouse and mother, into paradise. With my love, Gene


Marge (Wolf) Copson wrote:

Larry and Family...I was saddened to see Bev’s obituary in the Tribune this morning. We were part of a larger group from Cardinal Stritch H.S. thatt hung out together and graduated in 1960. Last time I saw her was at a Stritch reunion in 2010. My condolences to your family.


Marge (Wolf) Copson wrote:

Larry and Family...I was saddened to read Bev’s obituary this morning. We were a part of a large group from Cardinal Stritch H.S. that hung around together for many years and graduated together in 1960. My condolences to all of you.


Dan & Pilar Andrade wrote:

Marty, we pray that God give you and family strength at the loss of Marta. God bless you all.


Shari Frye wrote:

Such a beautiful lady, I am so lucky to have worked and been friends with Marta. She will be missed by all. I am so thankful to have known her and how she taught me about her Polish Christmas as well as her business knowledge. She will be missed by all who knew her. sending prayers to help ease the pain of her departure.


Angela Clark wrote:

My condolences to her family; she talked about and loved each one of you VERY much. Marta was a colleague and a friend. We had a lot of ups and downs but we always weathered the storm. Truth be told, she thought I was crazy. When we talked it was like pulling teeth to get her to open up; but once she did, we talked about everything.. These moments I will forever treasure. You will be dearly missed. Love you.



Dena L. Henney, Virence Healthcare wrote:

You will be missed. God gained another angel.



Cheryl Mahoney wrote:

Marta touched so many lives in her career, she was very knowledgeable, willing to help her coworkers and customers with always showing her kind heart. Her life made a positive impact in many lives. She will be missed. God bless her family.


Cathy Willis wrote:

I will keep you ad your family n my prayers


Kathleen J Leahy wrote:

Cindy, I was saddened to hear your father had passed away. I have been ill lately and not able to attend the wake today. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I will be thinking of you and your dad tomorrow when you and your family celebrate his remarkable life.


Jeff Hokl wrote:

A great person and longtime friend to my parents and our family. He always had a smile with a great sense of humor. He will be missed. Rest in peace.


Chris and Esmeralda Battung and Family. wrote:

May, we are so sorry for your loss. Your Texas family is praying for your mom and whole family.



Kelly wrote:

Missing an amazing father every day..



Janella & Vince Vasquez wrote:

Your family is in our prayers. We are always here for you if you need anything.


Maya Buenaventura wrote:

Dear Alimboyoguen kids, I am thinking of you during these difficult times. I hope that the many wonderful memories of your mom bring you comfort in the days ahead. My first memories were of those fun-filled days when we all lived on Jarleth Street. Love, Maya


Qualandres Hamilton & Damaris Echevarria wrote:

Ben & Christine we are so very sorry for your loss. Please be strong for the kids. Continue to cherish each other. Please comfort and support your life through faith. Your arein our deepest prayers.


Colleen Verbuyst wrote:

Dear Nancy and Frances and the Deboey Families Sincere condolences from all of your Canadian families. Dad (Paul Polfliet) spoke often of Tony and Angele and we were always welcomed when we visited the US to their home. We just found out about Tony's passing at the funeral of Lea Polfliet, Rest in Peace and God Bless all of you. Danny and Colleen Verbuyst, and the Polfliet Families Delhi/LaSalette Ontario Canada



Lupe wrote:

Bob always made me laugh. I loved his gentle personality. I will always treasure our time spent together at Siebel Institute tenants of Kendall College. "Bob, your bar stool will always be here for you!"


Larisa Grinberg wrote:

There are no words during this time. Sincere condolences



Chelsea Dittmer wrote:

We were in the hospital doing team building activities and we were doing one with pvc pipes that were cut in half and marbles. We were all so terrible at doing it but Patrick led us and he was the only reason we made it all the way to the end. He got so frustrated when we couldn’t do it right but he got so happy when we did it.



Diana and Abdel wrote:

Dear Sonia and Dennis, May your moms ‘memory be eternal ‘ With deepest sympathies,


Kristen Hodges wrote:

Dear family and friends, My deepest sympathies for the loss of the fun loving and engaging Bob Hoss. He always put a smile on my face at Kendall and that spread throughout the entire community. He will be greatly missed. He had a big heart and an even bigger smile. Sending positive thoughts and energy during this sad time.



Jenny Lorbeck wrote:

Going to miss that smile and humor. What a wonderful man.


Sue Tinnish wrote:

Bob was an intergral part of the Kendall family. Even after we leave Kendall (as I did ) we are still all connected through our time together. I am shock and saddened about your loss. My thoughts are with you.


Jerry Tax wrote:

Rose, Mark & Mike; So sorry to hear of Bob's passing at such a young age. Bob was a great guy and we had more laughs when we coached in PAFA together. Mark and Mike your Dad was first class all the way. I considered it an honor to be his friend. Sorry that we are unable to attend Bob's service and to give our condolences face to face since we are in AZ for the winter. Please accept our heart felt condolences. God Bless your family. Jerry, Barb and Pat Tax


Rosemary Tirio wrote:

So sorry I missed his service, but so happy to have shared that marvelous pilgrimage to Israel in 2014. It was a privilege to know Dr. Joe and Joan. My prayers are with you.



Ioan Vlad Nicolescu wrote:

Rest in peace Dr Lentino. You change my life.


Robert J Fuggiti wrote:

Dr Joe was a mentor to me in the Knights of Columbus as I worked the chair to get to the position that he had attained as a Grand Knight. He was a hands on leader who did not stand back and hope you succeeded but made sure you had the knowledge to accomplish your goal. Linda an I enjoyed our time with Joan and Joe at all the functions of the Knights of Columbus. It is these fond memories that allow me to smile during this sad times. For all that had the privilege of being mentored by Joe, we are a continuation of his life. Thanks to the whole family for allowing Joe to be a part of our lives.


Abby Nelson wrote:

Bob was always my favorite customer when i waited on him at Yen Yen. Looked forward to the friendly banter we shared. My thoughts are with his family. I will remembee him dearly


Lary saladin wrote:

Joe you were a great man and I will always remember you coming to visit me in the hospital years ago. You accomplished many great things in your life, but #1 was your family. Rest in peace, dear cousin


Philip Howard wrote:

I worked with Dr. Lentino for many years at Hines. He was a good man, great Dr. and always a pleasure to be around. I always made sure to wish him a Happy Birthday on November 10. (Marine Corps birthday) He will be missed greatly.


Lynn Samaroo wrote:

Rest in Peace...I found my son's medical records then I looked you up...thank you for bringing my son into this world.


Ruby Stephens wrote:

Dear Peggy, You were so brave, kind and compassionate. You will be dearly missed. Ruby Stephens


Michael Wang wrote:

Our condolences to Dr. Lentino's family for his passing. He was our fellowship program director, teacher, and mentor. He taught us a lot of medical knowledge, but he also taught us how to treat the patients, particularly the veterans. He treated us as family and made sure we took care of our own families. We will miss him greatly. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.


Ruth Janus wrote:

I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Lentino in 1988 when I first started here at the VA. We had a conversation one day regarding the lengthy hospital stays for our ID patients. After a year of planning along with the help of Dr. Ray Byrne, we started the Outpatient Infusion Program which allowed many vets to perform Infusions in the comfort of their homes. Moving forward, it has now been a successful program for 29 years thanks to Dr. Lentino's great effort and support. HE will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers to his family.


Frank R. Vozak, MSW, ACSW, LCSW, BCD, CADC wrote:

At a time when mos t of the medical world turned away from those veterans suffering and dying from AIDS, Cpl DR)Joe Lentino, a modest Marine who lived a life informed by his partnership with his wife Joan and with God ran forward toward the fire with only his faith, his medical skill/knowledge, his love and compassion for other vets and his stethascope ran toward the fire to treat the illness and ease the pain of those vets with HIV and AIDS.. He never shirked and he never turned away. And by the power of his faith and his leadership he drew a small army of fellow providers who followed him into the belly of the beast to care for the suffering and to comfort those who suffered loss and to become support and love and caring for those patients who were forgotten. Dr Lentino was a mighty general in the medical fight against AIDS and the emotional fight against stigma, each of his patients was a fellow Marine who he would never leave behind In doing so he many times in doing so he pulled his fellow vets from the claws of death and brought them back again and again until the era of highly he effective anti retroviral therapies gave them their lives totally back to them .


Deborah Stamenkovich wrote:

My deepest sympathy to the family of Dr. Lentino. It was an honor to work with Dr. Lentino at Hines VA Hospital. Everyone who knew him here thought the world of him. He was very down to earth and I appreciated his caring nature and generous support of employees and veterans. He was truly missed when he retired from here and now will be missed even more! Memory Eternal!


Ursula Patel wrote:

To Joan and Family - I attribute my success as the Infectious Diseases pharmacist at the Hines VA to Dr. Lentino and all of his support throughout the years I was lucky enough to have worked with him. I learned so much from his great wisdom and was able to witness first hand the gentle and caring approach he took toward his patients. He will be greatly missed but his memory will live on. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.


Susanne and Charles Meyer wrote:

Heidi was like a member of our family for 21 yrs. She and one of her fellow Latvians cleaned our house and helped us on the day of our daughters' weddings. God bless you, Heidi, may you now rest peacefully.


Donna Gaizutis wrote:

Dr. Lentino was a caring, kind, and genuine person. It was an honor working with him at Hines. May our dear Lord comfort his family with peace and love.


Kevin Embach, S.J, M.D. wrote:

Joe and his wife Joan accompanied a group of Loyola medical students on two week medical mission on a boat that traveled on a river through the jungle of northern Bolivia--delivering healthcare to the indigenous peoples living along the river. Joe's was a life well lived. May God welcome him into heaven.


Edward Peter Davis ( Cousin ) wrote:

This world is a better place because Joe lived in it. I hope all of Joe's family, friends, and associates are going to be reunited with Joe, in Heaven. God bless you, Joe.


Fran Weaver wrote:

Dr. Lentino was a very nice person who cared very much for the Veterans he treated at Hines VA. Always had a smile and a hello when I saw him in the halllways. sending my sympathies.


Lisa Hensley wrote:

My heart is heavy for you all. Sending much love and prayers your direction. So very sorry to hear this. She had a difficult struggle so I am thankful she is at peace.


Holly Kramer wrote:

I worked with Dr. Lentino in the VA clinic for many years. He was such a down-to-earth person who loved being a physician. He was just a great human being. My condolences to his family.


Justin Todd wrote:

My thoughts are with you, Laura and Matt.


Andrea Scott DO wrote:

Very grateful for the time I was able to spend in the presence of Dr. Lentino when I was a fellow at Loyola. I can picture him in the work room at clinic laughing and telling a story. His family will be in my prayers.


Sean Kaer wrote:

I’m very sorry to hear about Dr. Lentino. I was one of his students in 1998 and he was a great teacher and respected physician. I still remember some of the pearls of wisdom from my rotation with him that I use in practice everyday. His legacy lives on in those he taught. My condolences to his family.



Paul Paterno wrote:

Joan and family so sorry for your loss we remember him well always a kind word. Rest in peace Joe you are in God's hands Paul and Diane Paterno


Fred Keller wrote:

Robert A hui hou, ( until we meet again). What a pleasure it was being friends with you for over thirty five years. Maria and can not thank you enough for introducing us nineteen years ago. Fred.


Mary Valsa wrote:

Joan and family: I am so sorry for your loss. We now change our prayers to include you all in your sorrow, that you are lifted up by the glory of Joe's life.


Amit Dayal MD wrote:

I have such wonderful memories of Joe as my attending, as my colleague and as a role model. He was such a decent and kind person. Joe and I intermittently mentored med students together on Friday afternoons- watching him teach and interact with them was such a wonderful experience. Joe lives on in all of us countless students, residents, fellows and colleagues he mentored and inspired.


Hines VA Inpatient General Medicine wrote:

Joe was a great mentor and example for those fortunate to work with him at Hines VA Hospital. Our deepest condolences to the family for your loss but please know that Joe's legacy revolves around his commitment to the Vets and his passion for medical education. Thoughts and prayers to the Lentino family and rest in peace to our dear friend, Joe.


Rhea B. wrote:

I am so grateful to have known Dr. Lentino all these years. He was a kind and gentle man but could always make me laugh when at the dental office!



Natalie Semaszczuk wrote:

My dad was a wonderful man who was full of life... we will keep his memories alive forever...


Joey Sarlo wrote:

Joan and family & Allen I am very sorry for your loss. Joe was a great loving, generous, genuine man. He made a difference by helping so many people from all walks of life. He will be missed by us all.


Kathleen Herrmann wrote:

Dave - My sympathy to you and your family. Your mom was a wonderful person and nice to everyone. I think of her fondly. Kathy Herrmann


melody Milanowski wrote:

So Sorry for your loss I know how it hurts to lose your dad


Lois and Steven Troy wrote:

Brad and Anita and family so sorry for your loss. May her memory be a blessing


Tom Paschalis wrote:

Miss you dad


Jeff Jamraz wrote:

Gene, We are very sorry your loss and will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. Jeff and Karen Jamraz


Mary Jo wrote:

A life well lived Mrs. Mulligan and so I say goodbye! Thank you for all the music, love and laughter that always filled your home! To my friend, Colleen, I am so sorry your loss and will keep you in my thoughts and prayers during this sad time. To the Mulligan family, nieces, nephews the angels are with you.


Rebecca P. wrote:

My thoughts and prayers are with you, my dear friend, Beata. May you feel God's presence as your broken heart begins to piece itself back together in a different way. Love to Natalie and Susie as well!


Irene Keyes wrote:

Vasiliki, Vicky and family, I am sorry for your loss. Nothing can prepare us for grief we experience when we lose someone dear to our heart. Your tears don’t go unnoticed by God. God has promise to wipe away our tears, as well as sickness, pain, and death in the future. (Revelation 21:3,4). For free encouraging scriptures please visit: We all look forward to welcome our love ones back to the earth Psalms 37:29. Please accept my condolence at this difficult time.


Laurie McMahon wrote:

I wanted to offer my condolences to Mark's family. He was kind enough to rent to me at 35 E Elm for 5 years, 1978-1983, when I was just a year out of college. I loved the second floor front unit I had. I didn't know much about him other than that he was an attorney and had taken up skiing recently. I often thought of him when I was back in the neighborhood and wondered if he still lived there! Thank you for sharing his extensive and impressive background in his obituary. May he rest in peace.


Heather Sanchez wrote:

I worked with Wally at MWRD. He always had a smile and something nice to say. I am sorry for your loss.



Ellen Kofas wrote:

We will miss you Uncle Chris. You taught us so much and we will never forget you. So many beautiful and loving memories we will always treasure in our thoughts. Thank you for always being another warm and caring heart!! Love you, ellen



Carol and Stanley Paruch wrote:

Wally was a very good friend many years ago. He stood up for our wedding. Our sincerest condolences to Beata and the entire family. Carol+Stanley Paruch


Chuck and Liz Berleth wrote:

Our prayers are with Tom’s family. He was a great neighbor and a friendly, reliable man. Our neighborhood will miss him dearly.



Renee Paradiso wrote:

Katie, My condolences to you and your family! May your mom Rest In Peace! May you find inner piece during this sad time! May the strength of your family shine during these hard times!


Barb Marszewski-Slipek wrote:

So very sorry, Kathy. I remember when You would create delicious feasts and Nick graciously made everyone feel at home before the RCIA candidates Rite of the Elect at the Cathedral. Nick's smile and laugh lit up the room. I am so grateful for the many ways Nick warmly welcomed those interested in finding out more about our faith at Queen's and gave his wisdom to the Archdiocesan Pastoral Council. Both of you share God's gifts of faith, hope and love so generously. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during these sad days. May the angels lead Nick to heaven and may perpetual light shine upon him. May God bless you and your family.


Regina Dominican wrote:

You are being held in the thoughts and prayers of the Regina Dominican School Community


Bob Major retired Deputy Sheriff District 3, Rolling Meadows. wrote:

God Bless a Great Man, Leader & Friend! My heart goes out to all of Tom’s family & friends.


Peggy Kruse Thedorf wrote:

With deepest sympathy


George Gatto wrote:

Nick was a good guy a friend a financial advisor he was true professional he kept me and our company on a straight and narrow path with the IRS. I will miss his wise and friendly and gentle way he advised me and our staff on financial issues. I will miss our passionate political conversations. Nick God Bless you til we meet again. George Gatto


John Mayeux wrote:

A Father to some, Grandfather, and second father to others, he will be missed


Terry Maloney wrote:

Kathy, Ann Marie, and Nick, Our deepest condolences. Terry and Pam Maloney


Irene Keyes wrote:

Gary, Libby and family. I am sorry for your loss. Nothing can prepare us for grief we experience when we lose someone dear to our heart. Your tears don’t go unnoticed by God. God has promise to wipe away our tears, as well as sickness, pain, and death in the future. (Revelation 21:3,4). For free encouraging scriptures please visit: We all look forward to welcome our love ones back to the earth Psalms 37:29. Please accept my condolence at this difficult time.


Christine Dax Czajkowskyj wrote:

Mrs. Broustis made a lasting impression on all those who were fortunate enough to cross her path. She made life simply more fun and always memorable. As a childhood friend of her beautiful daughter Jan-it was always a true pleasure to be at the Broustises home. I remember her smile, her laugh and how she made me feel special. She had a magical way about her. She has left us all with unique and beautiful memories. I am so thankful for mine.



Doris Lovern wrote:

Ron, I am so sorry and very sad to hear about your deer mom's passing. Please know that you and your family are in my sincere thoughts and prayers. May your beloved mom rest in peace. Love and hugs????


Frank and Becky Crocilla wrote:

Niick and Family, Our deepest sympathy at your loss. Angie was the nicest lady we had ever met.



Constantine Davlantes wrote:

In loving memory of my dear Thea Angie - may her memory be eternal. wrote:

Angeline was named perfectly (an angel). All of our memories of this beautiful woman are of her kindness, generosity, sweetness and love and we thank her for how she displayed these qualities in so many ways to all. We love and thank you "Angie" for being a part of our lives."



Jeff Johnson wrote:

Love to all of you. She was a very special person in my life and in many other's lives too. God Bless.


Jennifer Deck & Family wrote:

We are so very sorry for your loss. I enjoyed the short amount of time I spent with him during his 8th grade Science Olympiad events. He was so witty and kind with a quick smile. He was a good friend that will be missed by many. Our deepest sympathies,


Stephen D wrote:

I am very sorry for your loss. My heartfelt sympathies to the entire McNabola family. May Matthew's memory be eternal. Stephen D.


Lisa Gruchot wrote:

Cheryl and family, I am truly sorry to hear of your terrible loss. This is heartbreaking. Prayers and hope that God can help you through this tragedy.



Mary Eileen KING wrote:

My thoughts and prayers are with you. May God bless you with peace and comfort. Love, Mary Eileen


Victoria Livorsi wrote:

“Miss Sue “ was truly an angel in earth she touched so many peoples lives she was someone who truly cared for everyone and showed compassion, love and strength in everything she did. She will truly be missed.



Ericka T. wrote:

Losing a child is one of the hardest things a parent will ever have to experience in their life time. Please accept these words of comfort. "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." Revelation 21:4 My deepest condolences, to the family.


Ericka T. wrote:

My condolences to your family. May the God of tender mercy and comfort, support your family during these difficult times. 2Corinthians 1:3,4



Mary Hershey wrote:

Our family is so sorry to hear of Matt's passing. He did indeed have a smile that was a blessing to all around him. He will not be forgotten, and we send our condolences to your family.


Margot Klisiwecz wrote:

Dear Tom, Cheryl, Brenden, Trudy and Dino, I was truly saddened when I heard about Matthew. My heart goes out to all of you. I pray that the Lord will give you the graces you need. All my love. Margot Klisiwecz


Mimi Geiger wrote:

Lois was such a loving person, always concerned for Family and friends. A GREAT NURSE, it was an honor to know her. She will be missed. RIP, Lois❤️


Bonnie Heinsohn wrote:

Mr. Yackey will forever be one of my extended parents, and I’m a better person for having known him, Mrs. Yackey and my true friend Yack. This is a beautifully written tribute to a wonderful man. Mark and I offer all our love and condolences to your family.


Judi Saichek wrote:

To Tom and the wonderful McNabola family. I met Matt when his grandma Bobbie lived in the retirement community I work at. My memories of him was this pure quiet gentle giant of a little boy. He always had this sweet smile for me on his way to his grandma's. I cherish these memories more now than ever. I am so glad Matt, his cousins and all of the Aunts and Uncles have been apart of of my life. I am heartbroken with Matt's passing.. yet I know with all my heart he is with his grandma and she is taking great care of him along with the rest of his heavenly family. I hope the love and memories from all that love you and your family will get you through the tough days and you will find peace.


Ashley Clark wrote:

I am so sorry for your loss. Ms Sue was my cosmetology teacher in 2003-2004 at Arlington Academy in Buffalo Grove. She left a special imprint on my heart (and many other of her students) as she was a very special woman! She taught us each day with so much love, fabulous stories, laughter, encouragement & kindness. How could anyone forget her?! She was amazing & im so blessed to have known her.


Phyllis Wojtas wrote:

Ms Sue was the most beautiful lady I ever new . May the good lord keep you in his care!


Philip Poltorak wrote:

My family and I are heartbroken with Matt’s passing. He was such a warm, witty, and high spirited human being. I will always remember him from my teenage years with how cleverly funny he was to everyone and how much joy he brought to your family. I hope that the love and support from all the loved ones bring your family peace during this time. My family and I are extending our deepest heartfelt condolences.


Margaret Latreille wrote:

My son Adam who is a senior at GBS, knew Matt through STEM and also in Troop 55 Scouts. We would occasionally see your family at OLPH. I hear he was a kind young man. May your family find peace and strength, during this heartbreaking time.


Linda & Jim Sloan (Stacy’s Parents) wrote:

To the McNabola Family Our hearts & prayers are with you. May the fond memories help you through this difficult time.


Dana Gray wrote:

Cheryl, Tom and Brenden, my son played basketball with Matt and both of my boys knew him at GBS. I am so deeply sorry for you all. My thoughts and prayers are with you.


Tim Rueckert wrote:

I remember your son from Boy Scouts, he was always a very nice, easy going young man. My son Max who is a year younger than Matthew at GBS, told me that Matthew was a great kid and is sadden to know of his passing. My words can not express how sorry I am for your loss. Please accept my condolences and prayers.


Meg Klisiwecz Hutchings wrote:

Cheryl, Tom, and Brenden- So saddened to hear of your loss. Keeping you all in our prayers and close to our hearts. With deepest sympathy, Meg (Klisiwecz), Jim and Evan Hutchings


Gillian Mathews wrote:

I was fortunate enough to teach Matt in the third grade. He was such a special kid with such a kind heart and bright smile. I’m so sad to hear of his passing and am keeping him and his family in my prayers.


Chip, Nora, Grace and Bridget Marshall wrote:

To Tom and your families: Our hearts, love, prayers and condolences go out to all of you as you mourn the passing of Matthew and prepare to celebrate his life and all of the good he brought to the world. God be with you.


Marina Koval wrote:

We met you in Henking, Matt, we enjoyed your shiny smile and good character. You touched our lives. We greatly miss you and pray for your parents and family. We celebrate the begging of your live in Heaven. May your soul have peace and may we all accept your unexpected departure.


Carrie Mercer wrote:

The first time I met Matt was at the Henking/Hoffman carnival. He was in 2nd grade and he introduced himself to me. What 2nd grader does that? A very special young man does. Soon, I came to know the witty, incredibly intelligent, up for anything, kind, and loyal Matthew. Matt, you are a treasure and a blessing. I am honored that our lives crossed. I will miss you, your heart, and your smile. Please save me a home on your block in heaven.


Richard Baylaender wrote:

Matt was an incredibly kind young man; a wonderful scout; and had a million dollar smile. Many people were enriched by his short life on this earth and I am one of them. God Speed and RIP Matt; many thoughts and prayers to all of the McNabola's now and in the future. Please know he will be missed.


James Manella wrote:

To Tom and Cheryl and all of your family we are simply crushed by Matthew's passing. The Manella Family


John & Mary Amato wrote:

Dear Tom and Family, Our hearts break for you. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Matthew is in the arms of our Lord and was surely welcomed into heaven by his grandparents who are guiding him into peace and joy. With our heartfelt sympathy,


Dean & Aurora Medina wrote:

Our deepest condolences to the Espitia Family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Rest In Peace Primo!



Debbie zimmerman wrote:

Oscar you were like a brother to me. I am heartbroken that you are gone. Happy that you are safe with your mom. Tell Ron and Bon hello from me and I will see all of you on the other side. Love you.


Helen Boba wrote:

Liz will be remembered as a caring, sincere and loving woman. She knew me since the day I was born. She was a very special woman with a wonderful heart. No matter how much time went by between seeing one another, she was personable and eager to learn how I (and my family) was. Praying for the Lord's tender care and arms of comfort during this sad time. Love to all of you


Dennis Dolan wrote:

It's been tough for the Dolan Clan lately, we've lost some dear family members last few years. Grace, then Bud & most recently, Tom, now Bill. Though I miss each of them, I revel that they are all together again & feel in my short time, I should honor their memory by passing along to the next of kin what they taught me & what it means to be part of this family.....God Bless those that have gone home and Lord Jesus, help us left behind to carry the fight...prayers to the Chicago Dolans


Lisa Wickell wrote:

Liz was always a large part of my life. Her and Marlin were like second mothers to me since I had list mine. Liz was a beautiful person, always smiling and laughing. I will miss her terrible.


Tom and Linda Davidson wrote:

Georgia was such a generous person with her time and energy. Many will miss her, but Georgia’s legacy will live on through all the great work she did throughout the years. Our condolences to her family and close friends.



I was deeply saddened when I heard the news. I'm so glad to have spent a lovely time with her last month. Much love and condolences


Stephanie Koutsis wrote:

Sending you all strength at this rough time. Danny was an amazing man. Full of fun, trying new things, always welcoming, learning life lessons. Great dad, brother, friend and confidant. Whenever I was around him, I always felt welcomed and appreciated. He took people for who they were. Saved the judging for the courtroom I think! May he be at peace. So glad you all got to be with him one more time; all gathered and sharing love. God be with you and may his spirit live on in his children's joys, triumphs and real life moments. He will carry you all through as you mourn this loss. Something tells me he would love it if you shared a drink in his honor and yelled OPA! God be with you all. You will be in my thoughts for quite some time. Love and hugs to you.


Larry Wilkins wrote:

Dear Liz, Miles, Stephanie and Espitia family. Our hearts are broken for your loss! Oscar was my dear friend since grade school and I am grieving with you during this difficult time. I have so many wonderful memories of “Big O” through the years from hanging out in elementary school to HS hijinks, repeat Lawn Jart champions at the 4th of July celebrations in Palatine, Best Man at each other’s weddings and so much more! Oscar’s love and pride of his children and his love of life were on display daily. His true love was you Liz and I hope that you know that! You were his rock and we are here for you! Sincerely, Larry and Dona Wilkins



Rosemary sawin wrote:

Maryou will be remembered


Gerry Levine wrote:

I was privileged to have taught with Mary Bombera for four years. I remember her as one of the very wisest colleagues I've ever worked with, and I was fortunate enough to have taught for thirty-seven years. When I think of Mary, I think of a lesson she taught me---we were having lunch, and I complained to her about the wailings of Steven Tyler and how could our students possibly enjoy Aerosmith? (odd that I have grown to enjoy them myself :) Mary simply responded, "Now you know how we felt when you started listening to The Beatles!" By that simple comment, Mary increased my open-mindedness, for which I have been quite indebted. She often spoke fondly of her children, and I feel fortunate to have been able to have both Mary Clare and Laura in the classroom. Mary was a kind, compassionate, wonderful person; I fondly think of her, and again, feel fortunate to have worked with her for four years. Best, Gerry Levine



Don/Ann Reidl wrote:

So sorry for your loss



Jen and Jim Lowery wrote:

Lord bless this family on their loss and surround them with love and healing. Jen and I send you our love and heartfelt prayers that you may find the strength you need to get through each day






Danielle Dickinson wrote:

Switching hats during picture day because we liked each others' more. Fight on, my BG pal. I love you so much.



Kim wrote:

Ditching 8th period just to satisfy our chick-fil-a cravings.


Jim Lee wrote:

Dear Bombera Family, It is with great sadness that I received the news of your mother's passing. I worked with her at SHM 1972-1977 and 1981-1985. I have very fond memories of your mom. She was a lady of grace. She had a wonderful sense of humor and a grasp of the ironies of life. She was a mentor, a friend, a teacher, a spiritual guide, and an example of a strong Christian woman.She was no nonsense and expected the best of her students. They were lucky to have her.. I had several of you (her daughters) in class during my time at SHM. You were a tribute to your mother's skill as a parent and a teacher. I know she is proud of you. I can assure you that your mom has a very special place in my heart. Your family will be in my prayers. God bless, Jim Lee



Marianne Verleye wrote:

Wij denken aan jullie. Veel moed


Donna May wrote:

Loretta, So sorry to hear of your brother’s passing. I am praying for comfort and peace to All that knew and loved him.


Dennis Lubash wrote:

I was lucky to have Leo in my advisory class and Design class for three years at Cooper Middle School. I am incredibly saddened, and heart-broken for your family.



Mike Glorioso wrote:

Dear John, Please accept my sincere condolence to you, Lydia and the family as I was unable to personally express my sympathy with you today. Vivian was a wonderful, wife, mom, and grandmother and you were blessed to have shared many years together.It is those priceless memories that will comfort you in the days ahead. Know that she is with the Lord and well,... watching over you. God Bless you my friend ! My heartfelt condolences.


Larry Spieldenner wrote:

Larry was an amazing neighbor. At first I was intimidated to talk to him but soon realized he was, in fact, a softie. I enjoyed hearing him talk about being a father. He made the most amazing cherry tomatoes every year and encouraged my kids to come pick them. I was impressed by how active Larry was. I regret never being able to go shoot guns with him at his club.


Kathy U. wrote:

Deepest condolences to the entire family. I only met Anthony once but I know he meant the world to his family.



Modilevsky family wrote:

Forever in our hearts


Kayla Modilevsky wrote:

I'll miss you so much Leo! Thank you for being such a good friend! It was awesome hanging out with you over the summer. Till we meet again❤❤


Michael C. Goode wrote:

I met Larry when we were opposing counsel in an aggressively contested matter. At all times Larry brought a sense of calm direction to the case. I was a few years younger than he and I learned a lot from him about remaining civil while moving the parties to a just conclusion. He and I became friends out of that case. I will miss him. He was an excellent lawyer, a decent man and a fine example of what lawyering should be. God accept his soull.


Tatiana Modilevsky wrote:

Forever in our hearts❤❤❤


Modilevsky family wrote:

We only met Leo for a short while last summer, but he was able to leave an ever lasting memory in our hearts. We send our love, our prayers and our thoughts to everyone who loves Leo. Our hearts are broken but our souls are at peace knowing that Leo is forever safe. With all our love, Modilevsky family.❤❤❤


Phil & Kelly Ogliore wrote:

Sabrina, Matt & Kevin - Our Sincere Heartfelt Condolences. Our Prayers are with your all. Love Phil & Kelly


Maureen O'Brien - Hellstern wrote:

So sorry to hear of Patrick's passing. Prayers to the Ahern family.


Nancy Anderson wrote:

Matthew and Sabrina - Sean and I are so sad to hear about Leo's sudden passing. I remember the many times Leo came to our house in Buffalo Grove, especially the New Years Eve sleepover - such fun for the kids. Sean is heartbroken - he will be very missed. May God hold you all in the palm of his hand. Please let us know if we can do anything.


Erikson Albrecht wrote:

The legal community lost one of its very best. His unwavering dedication to justice, fairness, and equality was remarkable especially within a system based upon those principles. Danny has been an invaluable and inspiring part of so many of Chicago-Kent students’ careers and lives. I lost an invaluable mentor and friend who taught me so much about how to be an attorney, a friend, a father, and a moral human being. He inspired me to fight for the powerless, embodied the standards by which I measure myself, and always brought a smile to my face. I love him with all my heart and always will. Three amazing women lost their father. His devotion to his daughters, the joy and pride that they brought him, the smile that came over him at the mention of their names...his love for them is infinite. My condolences to his girls, his siblings, his family, and loved ones. Rest In Peace, Danny. I am heartbroken to have lost you but so very honored to have known you and be loved by you


Les Bonaguro (Ret. Judge) wrote:

A great human being. Loyal to his family and friends. A military hero. A wonderful source of Chicago history. Always there for our Naples retired judges luncheons at the Hibiscus C.C. He will be sorely missed. Les Bonaguro (Ret. Judge)


Judy Amberg wrote:

Margaret, Anne, Kathy, Therese, Mary Clare, Laura and families, you have my deepest sympathy. Your Mom was indeed the "Valiant Woman" described in Proverbs...a woman who lived a faith filled life of service and love. I respected your Mom as a life long learner and great educator and was blessed to have known her. May you feel God’s comforting presence as you share the stories, laugh and cry, and find ways to celebrate your Mom and the love you shared.



Joan Walters wrote:

My deepest sympathy to you, John, Lydia and entire family, in the loss of dear Vivian. I couldn’t have had a better neighbor while living in Mt. Prospect. She was fun to be with and there to help you in a time of need. May the memorable times you shared with her, help comfort you in this time of sadness. Such a wonderful and caring woman, to have been a part of our lives. In sadness and friendship, please accept my heartfelt condolences.


Margaret Murphy wrote:

My daughter, Serafina, had only recently met Leo briefly. They were in the play and acting class together. She mentioned him last month and felt he was a good listener and looked forward to knowing him more as a friend. When she told me he left too soon, we were both stunned. I have no words...they would seem trite and hollow. Whatever you do from today on, I hope the silence brings enough answers to you so the pain dulls into a scar. I hope you wear Leo’s heart like a badge of honor and blaze his memories across the world so he is ever remembered, always celebrated, and appreciated for the souls he touched during his short tenure on this crazy spinning planet. If you never make sense of it—your child gone way too soon—then I hope the confusion becomes clearer with time. I am truly sorry you have lost a piece of you...


Molly Baerson wrote:

Our whole family is crushed by your loss. Heartbroken. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We will pray for your peace. Much love to all.



Tiffany Black wrote:

I can't even begin to express my deepest sympathies...that your family has to go through such a horrific tragedy breaks my heart. Leo was a part of our family and as Jacob's best friend he was one of my beloved nephews. He is SO loved and will be SO missed by all of us!!! We love you Leo! T-T and Liliana


Julie Eiserman wrote:

Sabrina, Matt, Kevin and the entire family my deepest sympathies are with you all!



Matt, My Condolences & Prayers to You & Your Family! James Francoeur


Annie wrote:

Oh Dad. It’s not the same without you. We miss you dearly but we know you are in good hands.



Dawn Souliotis wrote:

I am so sorry for your loss.I remember him always having a smile on his face.


Carrie Sitko wrote:

Sabrina, I cannot even begin to express how saddened I am for you and your family at this horrible loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. May peace find you in the coming days ahead.


Michaelene, Ben, Christy and Ray wrote:

Once in a while God gifts us with an angel who touches our lives. That angel is dearest Mary. You will be missed but we are comforted that you are with God and all the other heavenly beings. We love you, Mary.



sheila wrote:

could use you being here with us


Karina Elperin wrote:

Sabrina, Matt and Traci, my deepest condolences to your family!!!


Margaret McCarthy Gushulak Sutton wrote:

Da Martin. Martin the magnificent, the magnanimous ~in word and deed. Danny~ the beautiful; from the heart the kindest of kind, sensitive to others always. From the gut the most wickedly humorous and funny man to behold, or to be pranked by... You have done your God, your parents, your family/ friends proud. You set a timeless no bars held example of ongoing love that will long be remembered and celebrated, we are your thankful legacy. You ran your race well and now you rest. Until that day, when Jesus Christ returns and we are all joined as God's eternal family, sleep in peace. Cuz then the party really begins. See ya there! xox


David and Jan Smith wrote:

Kevin. Jan and I grieve with you and your family. Our condolences.


Joann Jagla wrote:

Kevin & family - my deepest condolences on the passing of Leo. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.


Randy Smit wrote:

Danny gave me my first kazoo... I was a boy at summer camp... he was Jesus alive with a black beard and a winsome smile. He was the life of the party and we had so much fun as kids because of his spirit and warm, loving energy. When I get there... I'm going to look him up for sure. God bless you Martin's... yours must be a very special family. (I also remember Fred... a cousin? He was my care attendant -- truly funny :-))


Robert Spivey wrote:

Kevin - Thoughts and prayers for you and your family during this difficult time. May you find peace and comfort in the days ahead.


sheila boehm wrote:

just thinking about you and miss you so


Kathryn Forestal wrote:

Although our meeting was brief, he was a warm family man, who held his federal position with integrity. His family gave him comfort and strength, his legacy will live on. Rest in Peace, Danny Martin. May God bless you in your transition, and your family keep strong with love and cherishing your memory.


sheila boehm wrote:

love you Mick


sheila wrote:

still thinking about you and the time we had together


Budd Eichner wrote:

Sorry to hear of Larry's passing. Know Larry from Northbrook Sports Club.



Justin wrote:

Sorry for your loss, prayers for your family!



Kelly, Steve, Jacob, and Jackson wrote:

We have so so many memories of our handsome Leo. He was like one of our own children. My son Jacob and Leo were inseparable from the very first time they met way back at Kilmer elementary. He is forever in our hearts and we will remember him always and forever. My heart goes out to Sabrina, Matt, and Kevin and the entire Lombardo family. We are here for you all always. Love, The Gurvis Family ????????????????????


Daphne Young wrote:

I didn't know Danny well personally ..but I volunteered at Camp when he did. His soul light brightened everyone's life at camp with humor, wisdom, fun and warmth. Those memories never die. My prayers are with the family for strength and peace.



Dieter De Boey wrote:

I will miss you nonkel but i'm happy I saw you on my last trip. A force of nature and lovable like the cutest puppy. A big loss for our family. Love you!



Sabrina and Matt my deepest sympathy on the passing of your son, Leo, May he RIP Aunt Fran


Jenny Ori wrote:

Anthony, you will be missed.


Ernie Rossiello wrote:

So sorry to hear about Larry. We were in the same class at The John Marshall Law School, where we sat near each other 1966-1968. We were then neighbors at 2020 Lincoln Park West, then friends on Facebook. He was always a man of few words, but also pleasant and congenial. Friendly and kind, too. RIP, Larry.


Mary Kay DeBaets, RN wrote:

I was the nurse in the office of Dr. O. T. Roberg. I have many memories of Julie coming to our office. She was always very pleasant and smiling. I know she will be missed. You have my deepest sympathy. Julie, her family and Georgette are and will remain in my thoughts and prayers.


Maureen Martin wrote:

"Death ends a life but it does not end a relationship nor will it diminish the love we continue to feel for Danny."


Eileen DeFrenza wrote:

Tony you will be missed we all loved you so much.


Tainsy Cortez wrote:

Praying the Lord will hold you especially close and comfort you through the coming days, and that you'll be strengthened by the love of family and friends. With Heartfeld Sympathy and Prayers.


Tom Bowar wrote:

What a great lady. I'm glad I got the chance to know her through attending mass at the chapel of St. Clare. God bless. Tom


Kelley and Lauren Dettloff wrote:

Chris, Maureen, Cara and Catie; our thoughts and prayers are with you all. I have such nice memories of sitting on the sidelines of Cara's and Lauren's softball games talking with Patrick while Juno and Cooper played together. Our hearts go out to all of you.


Jennifer (Grenke) Staes wrote:

My deepest condolences to the Mooney family. My thoughts and prayers are with al of you during your time of grief. He is now your angel and will be with you always, looking over each of you.


Bill Kugelman wrote:

My sincere condolences and prayers and may he RIP with his Lord God.


Victoria Toledo wrote:

So sorry to hear about your loss and I express my sincere sympathy to you and your family.



Denise Kass wrote:

Yolanda, My thoughts , prayers & love go out to your family in the loss of your mother/mother-in-law and abuela.


Noah Bugaj wrote:

Tim I’m sorry for your family’s loss, what a life and what a legacy left by your Father. We all strive to lead big lives filled with love and achievement and he definitely did that. I hope your family is coping as best they can and you are too. All the best and prayers!


Joe Knaebe wrote:

Wanted to thank Homer and his wife for setting such a wonderful model of marriage for all of us to follow and hope to live by; while also thanking him for his service to our nation! Your son spoke about you often and cared about you dearly. Hope you enjoyed the Whiskey Sweets & Sours we sent on to you through him years back. Now time for a well deserved rest. Our Best - Joe Knaebe, Audrey & Family



Jim & Christine Patterson wrote:

We loved and appreciated Jim's dedication as President of The Dickens Fellowship, Chicago branch, for 16 years and the intelligent conversation, knowledge, and heart he shared with all of us. He showed courage and 'can do' spirit by taking on a huge endeavor, in later life, by hosting the International Dickens Fellowship Conference in Chicago. Like a favorite book, full of meaning and heart, we will always remember him and keep him in our prayers.


Akash Veeravalli wrote:

Patrick and I met in 2nd grade when I first moved. He was one of my first friends I had made and was so kind to me. I rememeber we always used to play with legos and I used to be so jealous because he had all the coolest legos. Patrick was always the class clown and ALWAYS made people smile. Even people he didn’t even know he made smile. Over the years me and Patrick drifted a bit but we still talked a lot and he always came to me whenever he needed anything and I came to him whenever I needed something. We were always there for each other and that’s the biggest thing I lost. I lost a best friend and someone who was always there for me. My family and I offer our deepest condolences for the Mooney family. Patrick, you will be missed but I know you’re with us.


Roxanne Clark ( Friendship Club) wrote:

Jim was a great friend and will be very much missed. Saint Julian's Friendship Club. Carol our thoughts and prayers are with you . God Bless


Dana, Bill and Ava Rochowicz wrote:

Our deepest sympathies to all of you and your family. May you find comfort and strength in your memories of Patrick. You are in our thoughts and prayers.



Mestas Family wrote:

Our most sincere condolences, prayers for the family in these difficult time



Paul Gryc wrote:

Patrick and I met in Junior High during track and field in 8th grade. He had an extremely likable personality, and would always make me as well as people around him laugh. Some of my fondest memories with Patrick was during the track season when we both ran the 800 meter and we both finished in the top two and then pranked some of our other friends, English class in the beginning of the school year as he brought life to the classroom, as well as my favorite memory, getting to know him while waiting for our next races we talked about what we liked to do and what we wanted to do when we grew up. We got to know each other pretty quickly and developed a great friendship. Patrick will forever be in my heart and mind, as well as in all my prayers. My family and I would like to offer our deepest condolences to the Mooney family for the loss of a great child. Patrick, you will be forever missed.


Karen & Dave Maseman wrote:

Our deepest sympathies for your loss. Thinking of you and wishing you moments of peace and comfort during this difficult time.


Cole Ratliff wrote:

He was one of my good friends who I played baseball and video games with for years. Seeing pictures and thinking of all of those precious moments we had reminded me of what a caring and funny person Patrick was. My prayers, thoughts, and wishes go out to him and all of his family members.


Troy & Jacquie Stinson wrote:

Mooney Family: When our family first moved to Hunting Ridge, I remember how kind and patient Patrick was to the younger boys, including our son, in the neighborhood. Words cannot express how sorry we are for your loss. Your family is in our prayers. May God give you strength during this difficult time.


David Balamoon wrote:

Patrick was my best friend and it’ll be hard to cope with this because he was just an amazing guy that I personally looked up to. I will never forget him, my condolences.


The Hawkins/Peers Family wrote:

Our deepest condolences as you remember Patrick.



Alternative Home Health + Care,Inc., From our whole staff wrote:

May you rest in peace and thank you for your service to our country


Amy Kawiecki wrote:

Dear Mooney family - sincere condolences sent to you from Caroline and me - may memories of your beloved Patrick provide some comfort during this very difficult time.


Jo Schmitt wrote:

I will always have fond memories of Patrick performing his solo concert for us at our Christmas get together. He was a very special boy and will be missed by so many. My love and prayers go out to your family and the entire community touched by Patrick.


The Cook family wrote:

We are so very sorry for your loss. Sending prayers and love to you all.


Margaret Robinson and Family wrote:

Our Deepest Sympathy on the loss of your son Patrick....You will be in our thoughts and prayers....may God watch over your family and give you strengh....


The Bauer Family wrote:

We are deeply saddened by the news of your loss. We pray that God will grant you strength. Patrick will be missed. Our most sincere condolences.


Rob, Lynn, Megan & Erin Potts wrote:

Dear Mooney Family, Sending you love and strength today and always.


Rhonda Levitt wrote:

It is unimaginable what your family is going through. No words can express the sadness we feel with the loss of Patrick. He will be greatly missed. Sending love to all of your family and friends.



Maegan Smith wrote:

I am so sorry for your loss. My condolences to your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this time and for the future. May the love of your family, friends and God give you strength.


Matt and Sonja Jacobson wrote:

Tim, So sorry to hear of loss of your father who was truly an American Hero. The Jacobson has you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.


John Coombes wrote:

Words cannot express the deep sorrow I feel after hearing about the passing of your beautiful son and brother. I remember Patrick as a joyful young man, always with a smile on his face and passion for whatever he was involved with. Chris and Maureen, my love and prayers go out to you and your family, please do let me know if there is anything I can do to help you during this incredibly difficult time. I am so very sorry for your loss.


Jason Kasper wrote:

Every Cobra wrestler thought Patrick was so awesome. They were right. What a great person on the mat and off. We are all here for such a short time but Patrick made such an impact. My son has learned so much from him.


Josh wrote:

Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. I had the privilege to coach Patrick for PAFA. He always had a great attitude and friendly demeanor to his coaches and team. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.


Marcy Taylor wrote:

May your family and friends be consoled at this difficult time by memories of Patrick’s gentle care and warmth. My heart is with you.



Lorena Carranza wrote:

I'm truly sorry in what you are going through. God bless your family and may Patrick rest in peace.


David Sobel wrote:

My heart goes out to you and your family at this difficult time. I have such fond memories of Patrick and feel blessed to have been part of Patrick’s life. I remember Patrick as a kind and caring young man. One example, when we would run the mile, Patrick would pick up trash he found along the way. It was just like Patrick to make the world a better place. His light will continue to shine and never forgotten. Praying that peace and comfort find you during this difficult time.


Liz Stephan wrote:

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I feel so blessed that I got to know your family during your years at HR. Patrick was a bright light and will continue to shine in our thoughts and memories.


Desiree Malone wrote:

Our hearts and prayers are with your family.


Jennifer Minch wrote:

I’m so sorry for your loss may your memories be a comfort during this time of sorrow


Jim & Lori Tanking wrote:

Tim, So sorry to hear to about the passing of your father. Lori and I are keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Jim & Lori Tanking


Jason Clark wrote:

Sorry to hear this. Bill was a kind and caring man who touched many lives in his time. Condolences from Rifle, CO, to Diana and the rest of the family.


Bill Thompson wrote:

Tim, We were very sorry to hear that your Dad has passed. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your Family at this time. Sincerely, Bill and Mary Thompson


Tom & Betty Raethz wrote:

I've known Edmund since I was a teenager when they moved into our neighborhood many years ago. He was part of the men's club that included my dad, Andrew Petrakis , Tony Guzzetta, Ugo Cozzini & Norman, Edmund's best friend, who met every weekend to talk, laugh, drink wine (Ugo's homemade wine) & eating BBQ chicken from Norman's rotisserie! After Tom & I got married, he became part of this elite men's club! Edmund was a gentle soul, that everyone liked the first time they met him. Rest in peace my friend, your now with your buddies...


David E. Lourie wrote:

Mike, Fran, and Family. I'm very sorry for your loss. Please accept my deepest sympathies. May she rest in peace and may perpetual light shine upon her.


LuAnne Lally wrote:

Tony was an incredible man who loved helping people. He was a gentle soul who blessed everyone he touched. My life is better for having him in it. He led by example. I will always remember his infectious smile, quick wit, and his determination to fix anything that was broken. We had a wonderful friendship and shared many special times. I will miss him greatly.


Bart and Margo Pattyson wrote:

Dear Lorenz Family, We were fortunate enough to spend some great holidays and vacation days with Danielle as recently as April of this year and feel tremendous sadness about her death. She was a sweet, kind and considerate person with so much more life to live. Our hearts go out to you at this unimaginably difficult time. We are so very sorry and share the pain of her loss. Bart and Margo Pattyson


Indah Mahinay Wantje wrote:

Sony and I went to high school together at St. Catherine's School in Carcar. She was a smart student, always got excellent grades! We sometimes also took the same public transportation together going home from school - she got off in Tinaan, I would continue on to Minglanilla. I miss Sony!


LaToyia Gilmore wrote:

Sending my heartfelt condolences to the Liskey family.


Chris (Krug) Whitenack wrote:

My condolences to the entire Martin and Darzinskis family. Deb was my roommate at Quincy College. We had a lot of fun during those years and reconnected this summer when she came to St. Louis for treatments. I was amazed at how well she handled her fight. What an awesome woman! God Bless all of you and most especially her new grandson.



Eileen Coyne wrote:

Deb was a friend from grade school through adulthood and I have many memories of shared laughter. My deepest sympathies to her family and I pray your own memories will provide you comfort.


Randy Larson wrote:

Tony was the kindest, gentlest and most caring individual I have ever met. I met him in late 1963 and we became close friends from the start. He put aside his own needs and desires to make sure his friends' needs were met. A truly remarkable human being. I am proud to call him my dear friend.


Monica Torres wrote:

I cannot begin to express the sadness I feel for the Lorenz family at the loss of this special young woman - daughter, sister, sister-in-law, daughter-in-law, aunt, cousin, co-worker and friend - one so greatly loved. It is so difficult to comprehend the loss of someone so young and vibrant. My deepest sympathy and prayers for you all and blessings on Danielle.


Brendan Lehan wrote:

I had the pleasure of working with Danielle for the past year and she was always a delight to talk to. Despite being soft spoken most of the time, when she would get excited about something she had the best smile. My favorite times were the small office pranks like filling an office with balloons or decorating someone's cube where she was all in. I only wish I had the opportunity to get to know her better. My deepest sympathies go out to her friends and family, you are in our thoughts and prayers.


Paddy Jordan wrote:

I am one of Danielle's co-work and have very fond memories of her. She was a very pleasant young lady with a warm smile. Danielle was always up for a few good laughs with our group during her coffee break. I enjoyed her company and talks we had, she will be missed dearly here around the office. My thoughts and prays to her family and friends.


Debbi Kenny wrote:

Words can not express how sorry I am to hear the news about Danielle. May the Love of her memories always be with you.


Paul Stenzel wrote:

How very sad it was to learn of Sandra's passing. I knew Sandra and Pat when we worked at Teletype Corporation. I remember Sandra as a colleague and a friend. She always had a happy disposition and a ready smile, and somehow brightened every day. My condolence to Pat and the entire family.


Jim Gineris wrote:

Don was my teacher, coach, and later my friend. A lot of laughs over the decades and certainly one of the most positive people I knew. Thank you for being in my life. My sympathies to Pam and his family.


Anibal Gutierrez wrote:

Thinking of you and your family during this time of sorrow


Dee wrote:

My sincere condolences to the family May you find comfort in Isaiah 25:8


Marina and Bill Kougias wrote:

Our deepest sympathy in the loss of your husband and Father and grandfather. Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this very sad time. We're very sorry we can't be with you.


Marina and Bill Kougias wrote:

Nicholas Tragos


Lynn Ebsen wrote:

Pam and family I am so sorry for loss. My husband, Paul, and Don played basketball together many an evening. Paul would kid those guys and Don that they could walk into work the next and put their feet up behind closed doors while he had to face a class the next morning. I remember Don for his calling out refs, cheering on players and singing the Fremd song at the top of his voice at every game. He encouraged our son in 3 sports and praised our daughter in her chosen career teaching students with autism. We always had a drink ready for him as he passed our house on Slate St. for the 4th of July parade each year. May that smile endure and hopefully he and Paul have met up there in heaven.


Ed wrote:

Vicky, I remember the kindness and a sense of humor from your father and know he will be truly missed. Sending our deepest condolences to you and your family from the Cosillo family.


Dick Fisher wrote:

Pat, we join you in the sadness you all must be sharing in the loss of Sandy. God brings us Angels to walk with us and guide us. May your Love for her continue to guide you on his path as you remember and honor her.


Ivo Chilian wrote:

To the family, I am sincerely sorry for your loss. Sometimes the hardest thing to do is continue on after the loss of a loved one, but please be assured that Jehovah God is aware of what you're feeling. Psalm 34:18 states "God is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit". God can and will provide you with the comfort & strength to endure during these difficult times. God promises us that there will be a resurrection, that will take place after he does away with death once and for all time. (Rev 21:4; John 5:28, 29) Then we will never have to experience the pangs of death ever again. I pray these words and scriptures brings you comfort.


Larry and Judy Hanks wrote:

Skins, What a great coach and friend you were. From all the Fremd high school sports to 16" softball and beers. I still remember you and Mike playing basketball with us at our house on Bothwell St. You will be missed by many but forgotten by very few. God speed.


Shaune Anders wrote:

Meaghan, John, sorry to hear about your loss. I did not know your mother, but I can say I know you and the great qualities you have, so I can only imagine how great of a person your mother must have been. You know you have a vast group of family/friends here, so if you need anything, just let us know...we are here to support you.


Jenny Coulter wrote:

I'm so sorry for your loss and the boys. I have such wonderful memories from our childhood with his warm smile - he was always so friendly and welcoming. You're very lucky to have had him in your lives and his memory will live forever in our hearts.


Randy Scarf wrote:

Megan and John, I'm very sorry to hear about your mother's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. God comfort you in this time of sadness.


Edward S Leff wrote:

I am still in shock and can't believe Sammy has passed away. I love you all and will always be their for you. Too many names to list, but you know I've got your back for ever. My heart is broken.....I will be strong for the family. Love you all. As always be kind.


Michelle Boland wrote:

Aunt Sandy was a woman with many gifts and talents. Her care and compassion were truly Christ like. I will miss consulting with her on matters of cooking and sewing, and even receiving unsolicited advice about health remedies. Rest in peace Aunt Sandy, you will be missed and remembered with love. God Bless the beautiful family she leaves behind, fill their hearts with hope and love.


Jen Sever wrote:

“Go Rest High On That Mountain”, Don! Miss you already. Jen and Don


Derek Gablenz wrote:

As I am told Don loved me so much in my early childhood years while coaching basketball at Fremd with my dad. After graduating from college Don helped me get my start as a teacher. He took the time to mentor me and help me find job leads. I will be forever grateful for that.


Laura Egel (formerly Contessa) wrote:

Although I lost touch with Pete for many years, I have many fond memories of him. He was a good friend, kind, generous and sweet and had a great sense of humor. We used to joke that he had 5 o'clock shadow at 10 in the morning! I remember all of the fun times bowling together (Pete was always perfecting the spin on his ball, which gave him scores of 50!) I remember the 'Saab" and how it was never running-it always had issues! I recall all our the late night trips to the Elmhurst Restaurant and dancing and hanging at Doc Weed's. I remember us all watching movies on "Laser Disc" at his place! He was around for the births of my three kids, their birthdays and Christenings. I'm happy (and feel privileged) that he was a part of my life, if only for a short time. I'll miss you, rest in peace. My sincerest condolences to his children and family.


Laura Egel (formerly Contessa) wrote:

River Grove Fest 1992


Laura Egel (formerly Contessa) wrote:

New Year's Eve 1992


Christy Gregory wrote:

She was so talented and so loving. She hated to see anyone suffer and she wanted everyone to be happy and fed well. A true nurturing spirit. She will be missed. May the love and peace of God be with her family and may her light shine within her children so her gifts can be given to her grandchildren here and yet to come.


Kyle gasperik wrote:

Worked with Ed at Rainbow Electric for eight years. A hard worker always with a cheerful word or a good joke. He will be missed.


Marigrace and Dave Bailey wrote:

So Sorry for your Loss Sending PRAYERS Dave and Marigrace Bailey


Kathryn Diakoumis-Vanderwall wrote:

Peter was always a loving and carrying man. I remember how he would always be willing to come over to help my dad (His uncle Angelo Diakoumis) fis his electronics every time he would mess them up. Which happened a lot. I will never forget the constant love and kindness he showed to us. Peter you will be greatly missed. We will be all together again in heaven...Gods Promise John 3:16


Craig Truman wrote:

Rest In peace Don, you will be missed!


David Alvarez wrote:

I met Piotr at PSI and worked with him. I will always remember that every time I visited he offered me something to eat, it was a kind gesture that came from his heart. I will miss him.


Karolina Korda &Bill Tedman wrote:

Very sorry for your loss...peace be with you...



Steve Janas wrote:

I know Piotr from work at PSI. Piotr was always great to work with and we'll miss him around here. RIP


Mark & Shiloh Cabanowski wrote:

Thinking of you and your family. So sorry for your loss.


Mike Weber wrote:

My mentor, coach and friend. RIP Don.


Leisa Jackson wrote:

Vicky , so sorry to hear of your loss, if there is anything I can do to be of help to you , please call on me, mean time you are in my thoughts and prayers


Jack and Lorraine Gaza wrote:

So many years... so many memories. Midnight hockey, softball, 211, The Oak, and all those parties. Grab Tom and Linda for a party in heaven tonight.


The Barlo Family wrote:

Our prayers and condolences. Rest in peace.


Lindsey Kulak wrote:

Mr. Skinner was the kind of person that made a town feel like a community. All were happy to say they knew him, myself included. He raised two incredibly kind and brave daughters with whom I’m lucky to call friends.


Jason Hogrefe wrote:

What a well written tribute. Don always would remind me that I was the last teacher he hired. In my meeting with him that day in 2004, I knew I was going to be asked how to spell “asterisk”! He also gave me a brief history of 211 and Palatine which we’re both new to me. A true great man. My condolences to the entire Skinner family.


Ann Vatch wrote:

Skinner Family- I am so very sorry for the loss of such an incredible man. Everyone who met him knew how special he was. Love- Ann Vatch


James and Patrick Dee wrote:

Rest in peace, Don.


Captain Mike wrote:

We had shared many things this lifetime, birth year, service in Nam, jobs, passion for the grape, but not your passing. Catch ya on the other side, JR. C U N L.


Gary Chessman wrote:

I remember well the good times we had during our 4 years together as students at Palatine High. Don was a good friend and truly a good person.


Jimmy Reaney wrote:

Mike, sorry for our loss. I was just thinking of Don a few days ago as I passed through Wind hill, thought of banging on the door ,as he always asked me .Now I can't. We're poorer for the empty bar stool...personally for the loss of another Reaney. We'll chat, Cousin Jimmy. BTW, off to College weekend in Fl on Wed AM, so I won't see this Irish funeral, hope it makes par.



Nina and Chris Osmun wrote:

We will miss you Kevin -our spontaneous porch sits, rocking some time away and sharing a Kool and a beer. You graced us with sober belly laughs and a banter or two on current day events. Always a sincere hello and a smile upon your face. Date nut bars will never taste the same. There’s a squirrel named Kevin that will be well fed in the neighborhood.


Debbie Bjork Moloznik wrote:

Don had unending patience. He was my Earth Science teacher at Fremd H.S. I'm sure he thought that absolutely nothing sunk in but some actually did. He was kind and had a wonderful smile and even better laugh. Rest in peace Mr. Skinner. My prayers and thoughts are with your family.


Jacquese Gilbert wrote:

My sincerest prayers and condolences go out to the family, as Don certainly was a special man who impacted the lives of many, including my own. It was Don who "singled me out, and pulled me out of line" at that Teacher's Fair in 1994, beginning my D211 journey. May God bless and comfort the family during this challenging time.



April DeCorrado wrote:

May you rest in peace.


Kathy Geimer Kraft wrote:

Our deepest condolences to Virginia’s family from the family of Ray Geimer.


Deacon Dr. Don Grossnickle wrote:

Joing my prayers with family asking God to bless you with peace and strength for the journey. My time as a teacher at Palatine and administration at Conant gave me good times to connect with Don. He was an impressive educator who loved his work and life. Participating in Meghan’s wedding brought me close to him and your family. The world is a much better place because Don touched so many with his endless smile and kind manner. I thank God for his presence in my life. Blessings.


Peter Beckwith IV wrote:

Man, where do I start. Rick was one of those rare genuinely good all around people that you rarely meet these days. We talked politics, life, photography etc. He always showed me and my lady nothing but love and respect. It was a Saturday when I realized that we haven't spoken in a while so I go to his fb page and realize he has moved on to a better place, wow. Rest up big guy, you are truly missed!


Joanne Sirants wrote:

A handsome Fella and a great story teller! A life enhancer and knows the answers! Lived life to the fullest and happy every moment! A loyal protector and a problem deflector! All laughter and a midnight snacker! An event goer and party planner A loud debater and a stay out too later! Best son Dad papa & friend! Generous gifter and memory producer! Miss you JoJo


Bonnie Mishlove Pataffio wrote:

I hold very dear to my heart, fond memories of growing up in Edgebrook across the street from Sammy, his brother Johnny and their parents Ann and Bill. Sammy and I were in the same grade and he was an amazing friend. Growing up in our little corner of the world, the kids of Edgebrook were like one big family. Although I have lived in Florida for the past 30 years my heart will always be in Edgebrook! Sammy, you will be missed. You are gone way to early, but, as Billy Joel says... "only the good die young" and you my dear friend were more than good, you were GREATl! May you sleep with the angels until we all meet again! My love and prayers to Johnny, Ann Bill and to your beautiful wife and family! May you memory comfort them during this difficult time!



Linda Pipia wrote:

I have many great memories of Sammy in his younger years when he was married to my sister. He was always helpful , happy and larger than life. I am sure he will b dearly missed by his family R.I.P.Sammy ????



Marilyn Wolter wrote:

RIP Mr. Skinner


Carolyn Brown wrote:

As one of those "hundreds of teachers" hired by Don, I can only say he was a mountain of a man with a wonderful family. He was so smart, so alive, so funny. . . the world has lost so much with his departure. My heart goes out to Pam and the rest of Don's family. Please know you're in my thoughts and prayers.


Rosanna Damato and victor damato wrote:

You will always be remembered walking into the bakery with a big smile on your face. We all loved seeing you. You are a great guy Sammy. I’ll miss you


Jeanie Caggiano wrote:

Sammy was the best neighbor ever; always a smile on his face. He was great with our kids when they were little, and just a super guy. Our hearts go out to Angela, Joanna and Sofia. So sorry for your loss. Love, the Caggianos.


Marie Falls wrote:

To Angelica and family, I am truly sorry to hear about the lost of your farther. My Condolence is with you. I pray that God will help you find strength to get through it all.


Nancy Geimer Russell wrote:

To my most amazing and beloved Aunt and Godmother, No one prayed for faithfully than you. Please say hi to my Dad and Mom and my Grandparents for me. See you one day again. I love you so much. Nancy



Mark Matise wrote:

We use to have talks about places he had visited ,Door county , Silver lake, went to some of those places , going to miss those talks


Lorraine Kustec Hozian wrote:

Lovely Virginia and I have known each other for 80 years (Yes, 80) and have been part of a St. Gregory High School group for many years. What a wonderful woman to have as a friend, even though the years have made it difficult to get together. I will always remember going to her house as a child when her father raised chickens and had a big garden - good memories.


Carolyn Kelly wrote:

Dear Mel & Family, Deepest condolences. I worked with Judiann, shared the same lunch table, and her love for life and energy will not be forgotten. You were blessed with the best wif and mother, we were blessed to call her a friend. Rest In Peace dear Judiann????


Condolences to the family of Sammy God rest his soul wrote:

My deepest Condolences to the family of Sammy God rest his soul ... Anthony Fagiano 17w130 elder lane OakBrook Terrace is 60181


jim fornelli wrote:

Sad & socking news about Sammy passing.& my heartfelt condolences to Angela & their families. when I would see him at different events I would seek him out & enjoy having a conversation with him.... that I will never forget....


RCM wrote:

We're parting now as friends. Your cheers and laughter will linger after They've torn down these dusty walls If I had this to do again And the evening were new again I would spend it with you again But now the curtain falls.


Bob Mecca wrote:

Mel and Family Our GOD will give you strength. You will see Judiann again in her glory.


LaVonne Kosmen wrote:

I am deeply saddened by the death of Sammy, my thoughts and prayers go out to your family and friends. May the memory of him be in our hearts forever.



Linda Capp wrote:

My deepest condolences to the family of Sammy who was a man's man kind thoughtful honest always a gentleman you will be missed deeply my friend


Carl /Lisa Spoeri & Girls, (Erica, Brittany, Rachel, Laura , Tiffany) wrote:

We were deeply saddened by the news of Sams passing. Our heart felt condolences to your family. Sam was an amazing man, he will live in our memories forever.


Nicole Farina wrote:

Sammy was a class act... I knew when I met him he was the real deal.. what real men were made of... a class act... he will be greatly missed by many... my condolences to his beautiful family


Tim Compall wrote:

I will always cherish the memories of our childhood years in Edgebrook School. You were a great friend and we had many fun times together. You will be missed, my friend. Condolences and prayers to your family. God bless.


JoAnn Melone wrote:

A sweet and beautiful soul gone way too early. Rest In Peace Sammy.


Anthony Fatigato wrote:

So sorry for Sam’s sudden passing , he was a friend to me, My love and prayers are with the entire Galioto Family during this difficult time , remembering Sam’s warm smile! May God’s Spirit of Peace Rest upon you all . Sincerely Anthony Fatigato


Anne and Bill Kenney wrote:

I learned of Dorothy’s passing 8/20/2018. I worked with Dorothy for many years along with Gary at United Airlines. Dorothy was a wonderful co-worker and a great supporter. She made going to work meaningful and enjoyable for every around her. Anne and I extend our sincere condolences to Gary and their family.


John and Wendy Scatchell wrote:

I will miss you so very much my dear friend. You will always have a special place in my heart. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family. I will always remember your words: Live each day as if its your last.


Mary Schagrin wrote:

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of Judiann's family. Judiann was such an amazing woman who will live on in our hearts forever. Mary, Ron and Family


Jan, Bud and family wrote:

Dear Pat, Mary Jane, Therese and family, We want you to know that we are all thinking of you and praying for you during this difficult time. We can only hope that the beautiful memories of our wonderful Aunt Carol will help you through. The sisters are all together singing a song right now!


Lisa Baird wrote:

Mary Jo, Pete and Paul and families: I'm so sorry for the loss of your mother. I have fond memories of her always in the kitchen, her laugh and her expressions. She will live on in our hearts and memories.


Joanie quaglia wrote:

Par and Mary Jane and family, my prayers are with you. Losing a loved one is a difficult thing to experience and to go through. But remember, she will still be looking down on you. Joanie Hofstetter Quaglia


Peggy and Dan Suerth wrote:

We didn’t know you Carol, but we know you raised a wonderful son in Pat !! Eternal rest grant unto her oh Lord????


Joe Farrell (Jewel) wrote:

Kevin, I always liked your humor. One day you told me there are three questions that have to be answered before a maintenance worker will do any work. 1. Is it easy, 2. Will it make me look good, and 3. Is there overtime involved? I've known you for 31 wonderful years. It's been a pleasure working with you. I am going to really miss you. Thank you for the memories. That Always Gook Looking, Joe Farrell


Kathy wrote:

We are so sorry for your loss. May the good memories hold you close in this difficult time. All our love to your family, John, Kathy, Tracy, and Jake Ahearn


Dave Cowell wrote:

Lynn was a cousin (Mum Doreen sister of my Father), and we really only knew each other as children (about seven or eight). This was on the Isle of Man (small Island between England and Ireland) when the McDermott family were having a short stay. Even hazy memories can be worthwhile, as if a little boy will happily play with two little girls (Lynne and Jane), both little girls must be OK! Many years passed with old fashioned Airmail letters the only point of contact, before we met up again in Chicago in 2016 and SO GRATEFUL that we (the three of us) had a memorable and reminiscence filled breakfast together. Rest in peace, so glad we met, all our love to the whole family. Dave & Kath



Dan Carroll (Jewel) wrote:

Anytime I see a crossword puzzle I'll think of Kevin. Miss those subtle one liner zingers that he would come up with at the perfect moment.


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Mike Snider (Jewel) wrote:

Kevin, I'm going to miss you! Keep the beers cold & your clubs ready!! Maybe Ill let you win....Until we meet again buddy...







chris medina wrote:

He was always kind when I would come into work and was always very friendly.



Kara and Nate Smith wrote:

To the Herzog and Person families, We are so sorry to hear of Tim's passing. Our thoughts and hearts are with you.


Wayne and Bette Rakers wrote:

All our love and support to all of you.



Kay and Jim wrote:

Rest In Peace Tim










Bryan and Lea (Belen Goco) Ericson wrote:

Memories of hanging out together and the conversations we’ve had: This we will keep in our minds and our hearts. ❤️????



Barb Schwartz (Jewel) wrote:

I will always remember you and am grateful for the friendship we had. You will be sorely missed. My deepest and most sincere sympathy to all your family and friends.


Jolanta Krol wrote:

I'm sorry for your loss. Lynn was a such a great person and will be truly missed. She served on our board at San Tropai and contributed greatly to our property. Lynn -rest in peace.



David & Karen McNicholl wrote:

David & I both loved Lynne, she was a lovely lady who made me so welcome when I first visited. RIP Lynne sleep tight xxx



Susan Brach wrote:

One of my earliest memories of meeting Mike was when I pulled up in front of mom and Dad's house and there in front of the house was a big van rocking back & forth. In the van was the biggest dog I have ever seen! We all have been so very blessed to have Mike as a member of our family. Words can not express how much he will be missed and in so many ways. Hey Mike say hi to Don from me. Hope you two are having a good time catching up.


Elise Fife wrote:

My deepest sympathies to all who love Mike for this devastating loss. Marilyn, Annie and Lauren, know you are close to my heart in this terribly sad time. With love, Elise



Jeff & Debi York - friends of Dan wrote:

So sorry for your loss.


Chris Peterson wrote:

Always appreciated what Mr. Pizek did. He was great to be around, and he was loved by all who came in contact with him. Celebrate his life; cherish his memories; Peace be with you.


Jean and Leon Waldack wrote:

Bob was always fun to be around. We'll miss him. So sorry for your loss.


Jennifer Thiel (Silla) wrote:

Dear Jeff and Joyce, I am so very sorry to hear about Bob's passing. I pray he is at peace. The Pizek family will ALWAYS hold a special place in my heart. God Bless you and your wonderful family!!! Sincerely, Jennifer


Nancy Reichard wrote:

Halina (and family) - We are very sorry for your loss. The passing of a parent is very difficult. I know you and your family are feeling great sorrow at this time. May your memories and faith carry you through this difficult time. We are thinking of you and sending you virtual hugs. Gordon and Nancy Reichard



Kelly Ceisel wrote:

Mr. and Mrs. P, thank you for opening your home and hearts to the teenagers of LIFT. It meant a lot coming to your house once a week where we could talk about anything that was on our minds and not be ashamed of what we said. Mr. P. you always had a smile and hug for everyone you saw. The light of Christ clearly shown through you. The Pizek family are in my thoughts and prayers. May God comfort you during this difficult time. Mr. P, you will be greatly missed.



Our condolences to you and your family. So sorry to hear of your loss.



Len and Rhodora wrote:

Rest in peace ate Charing....


Lisa Simon Hendel wrote:

Rest in peace to a classmate from many years ago.


Albert Kaba wrote:

I am so deeply sorry for your loss. May your joyful memories of her bring you comfort at this time.


Karyn Kovachic wrote:

Such a wonderful person and sweet friend to all who knew her, especially her beloved dear, lifelong friend Sandy! Hopefully they're together again.


Marie I. Murphy wrote:

Dear Rose, I am so very sorry about the loss of your beloved Tony. My father thought so highly of you and came to see that Tony love you so much. Marie Murphy


Beverly Douglas wrote:

Deepest sympathy... It's my prayer that God will strengthen you during this most difficult time!


Angie Mendez wrote:

Ann will be missed by many. She was a wonderful loving woman


Bill Soraghan wrote:

Dear Rose Ann, and family of Tony. I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers sent your way.


Karen R. Starkman (Schmitz) wrote:

My heartfelt condolences to Rose and her entire family. My prayers are with you during this very difficult time. May Tony forever R.I.P. May all the happy times and precious memories sustained you.


Jean Jackson wrote:

Rose, my deepest heartfelt condolences to you and your families. I am praying for you and family for comfort in this difficult time.


Bob Dart (CPD retired wrote:

Tony was the real McCoy always laughing when we were in Gang Intelligence, but he could be counted on.



Wow I'm in shock was trying to look for my phonebook to call Linda. I was going thru some boxes and came across a note your Dad had written. Since I couldn't find my phone book I just put Mom's name & this is what came up!!! I'm in tears right now -- Damn I wish I would have known -- You Guys now I'd be there!! There are no words I can say to take away your pain -- May you ALL carry close in your Heart the Beautiful Memories Mom, Grandma, Aunt, Mom-in-law, Dear Friend, etc have left you & us All. With All My Love



~ ~ Fr. Dan Brandt, CPD Chaplain wrote:

Heartfelt and prayerful condolences from the Chicago Police Chaplains. Tony will be remembered at the Police Mass on Sunday, 09 SEP, 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: or 312/738-7588]


Donald Januszyk wrote:

Condolences are extended to the family of Sgt. Tony Olivieri on behalf of the Chicago Police Sergeants Association. May his soul rest in peace.


David Sandlund Retired CPD wrote:

Rest in a well deserved peace and my condolences to the family.


Terry Cappelen wrote:

Although I haven’t seen Al in many years. I remember him fondly from our childhood and was saddened to hear of his passing. My wish is for peace to his family and friends.


Stephanie Hart wrote:

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers that God provides comfort to you and your families during this sad time.


Jose M. Perez wrote:

My dear mother in law, you dedicated your life to your children and grand children. A loving and caring human being, which will be greatly missed. We love you and are sure we will see you again, rejoice now in heaven in the presence of our lord.


Sharon Coleman wrote:

I remember working with Al at FFIC. He was such a nice person to work with. Very helpful to others. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this time of loss.


Jolene Spero wrote:

I had the pleasure to work with Al at CNA insurance in the National programs team. Al will be greatly missed but his humor, positive attitude, kindness, loyalty, dedication and spirit will be remembered forever. Some people leave footprints in your life and Al defiantly did in mine. I will continue keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.


Patti Zahnen wrote:

Phyllis was a wonderful lady. I will miss her and I know that she will be missed by countless others. My condolences to her family and to her many friends.


Diane Link wrote:

I worked with Al at Fireman's Fund. I was so sad to hear this news. He was so young. He was such a nice man and always so friendly to everyone. My thoughts with Al's family. I am sure they will miss such a special man.


Diana machado wrote:

I remember Alan fondly from my days at Fireman's Fund. Alan was such a nice person. My prayers go out to his family. Rest in peace.


Carol Anderson wrote:

I had the pleasure of working with Al at FFIC. He was a loyal, dedicated and generous man & employee. So many great memories. My thoughts and prayers for Jan, his family and all who knew and loved him.


Kathy Szur, Cave Creek, AZ wrote:

Al and I worked together years ago at CNA. I will always remember his kindness, sense of humor and intelligence. Sending prayers to the family. I’m so very sorry for your loss.


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Chuck and Toni De Smet wrote:

A wonderful woman whom I am proud to have known and shared as a family member.


Rebeccah Melton wrote:

Always smiling and loving was my Aunt Phyllis. I await to see you in heaven. Tell mom and dad i will them too!



Katherine Elizabeth wrote:

Thanks for the lovely lunch and being so very sweet! You were always so kind hearted and giving you and your great son Stevr will greatly be missed! R.i.paradise Mae LOVE YOU XOXO Love Always, Katie


Amy Branahl wrote:

I received a letter for your family at my rental address. Please email me an address and I can forward this letter to you.


Maureen Restivo wrote:

Gary, so sorry to hear Dorothy died. It is a big loss. I remember Dorothy and Bob working together all those years, so many years ago. Always a smile. My sincere sympathy to you and your family. Maureen Restivo


Maureen Restivo wrote:

Gary, so sorry to hear Dorothy died. I have fond memories of both of you. Dorothy worked with Bob for many years, so long ago. You and your family have my have my deepest sympathy.


Denise Wold wrote:

I had a dream the other night about the Kozak family. I don’t even remember the dream but for some reason I googled the name Raymond Kozak on Aug 22 and I found this obituary. I truly believe it to be some kind of divine intervention. Mr Kozak, you treated me like your own daughter. From the bottom of my heart, I will be forever grateful to you for all that you have done for me. Love, Denise Wold


Helen G wrote:

Dear Mary and Family, I was so sorry to see the notice of Vaughn's passing. I remember you speaking of him so often in our younger days. My sincere condolences to you, Diane, Joe, and all of the Wuertz family. May God bless all.


Tom Butler wrote:

So special being at Kevin's Games with Gary and Dorthy. She was that special Cheer Leader always with a smile.


Arvid and Karen Herstedt wrote:

Jim, you and your family have our sincere condolenses for Phyllis's passing.


Sheila and Hank Wiedemann wrote:

Gary and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you, what a sweet gal!


Michael Ryan wrote:

It came as a shock but Uncle Vaughn always made me laugh, but you never knew if he was kidding. Always generous and welcoming. He will be missed.


Thomas Miller wrote:

My deepest sympathies on your loss, and my thoughts and prayers during your time of mourning.


Tim Goodwin wrote:

We are very sorry for the loss of Vaughn...also fondly known to many us as the "Vaughn-imal". His strict but fair demeanor has served as a guideline for me throughout the years and his and his wife's generosity of always opening their home to us no matter what the hour will never be forgotten. You will be missed Vaughn, may God keep you in his eternal peace. -The Goodwins


Don Bacik wrote:

As a young salesman calling on RG Ray in Addison, IL I remember Ray always making me feel like part of the family. His laugh was infectious and we shared many laughs in those early days. He will be remembered!


Drs. Jeff & Marianne Jagmin and family wrote:

Tassos, you have always been a wonderful neighbor. We will miss your smiling face, cheerful disposition, and friendly wave. May you Rest In Peace. Kathryn. Adrianna, and Paul, please accept our condolences; you are in our prayers.


Bon and Bobby Stephenson wrote:

You are dancing with the stars,⭐️⭐️⭐️! We love you and will keep you in our hearts forever! ????



Paul Ryza wrote:

Pat was like a second mother to me. I spent a lot of time in my teens at their house over the summer. You will be missed very much. You are now free with no limitations. I hope to see you again sometime down the road.



Marie wrote:

I will miss my canasta partner, we sure had fun and laughed a lot. Rest in peace my very dear friend.


Jacob Chojnacki wrote:

Josh and family, we are very sorry for the loss of your brother/son. You will be in our prayers. Love, The Chojnacki's


Regina Dominican wrote:

You are being held in the thoughts and prayers of the Regina Dominican School community.


Gregg Salomone wrote:

Thanks for the long talks at baseball games! Had lots of laughs and learned a lot from you! Rest in Peace and God Bless


Bob Milkovich wrote:

Judy was the best. She always was so considerate of me and my kids. She loved to make things and was very creative. God Bless and Thank you Love Bob Hope and Faith!


Katina Callas wrote:

It's terrible to hear about your loss and I express my sincere sympathy to you and your family.


Apolonio Ramon wrote:

I too will miss Betsy , Betsy was very loved by my family , Biggest regret right now is not being physically there , but I will her in my prayers .


Raja Goel wrote:

Dear Leonora Family, please accept our deepest sympathies on this tremendous loss. Miss Judie was always kind and loving and I will always remember how much love she showed to my children. She will always be remembered, may she Rest In Peace. God bless her soul. With Respect, Raj, Sonora and Sofia



Senya Kalpake wrote:

Sorry for the loss of your sister May her memory be eternal


Rick Mitchem wrote:

Longtime neighbor of Laura. Her mom rocked. Certainly didn't look or act 80. Very independent and always friendly. She raised great kids. I know and love them all.


Adrianne Tomasic wrote:

I miss you very much


Anna Rosado wrote:

I am so sorry for your loss our condolences from my family to yours. My child Iesha Rosado and was in his class at Prescott Elementary school he was a great teacher and person he will be missed. May he rest in paradise!


Donna Acciari wrote:

I was so sad to hear that Betsy passed away. I loved seeing her at Toulas house and always hearing about her Vegas or gambling stories. She always made me laugh.


Ashley wrote:

Helen will be missed, she is still missed in the office today. my thoughts and prayers are with you.


Bob Yonchak wrote:

I am so sorry for the loss of your mom, grandma, and great grandma, Sally. My thoughts are with you at this most difficult time.



Marilou and Johnny and kids wrote:

We miss your smile and love.


Ivy L Zimmerman wrote:

Josh and Family, We are so very sorry for your loss. Praying for peace for your entire family. Love, The Zimmerman Family



Alisson Lang wrote:

My heart is in pieces for everyone that loves Chad, especially his family! Chad, I promise I will continue to carry on your amazing legacy! You are missed more than you will ever know! My heart aches for you, and the special place you have always had in my heart, will now be full of all our amazing memories together! It’s going to take a Long time to try and figure out life without you! Love you, my sweet friend! Or you always liked when I said luv,luv!! To To Chad’s family, my arms and heart are open to all of you! I’m so terribly sorry! ????????????????


Valerie (Henry) Rimstidt wrote:

I am so sorry to hear of Dino's passing! My earliest memory of Dino was Kindergarten at Jefferson School. Some days I would walk over to the HiWay where my Mom, Dee (Demetra Streky) Henry would be working. I used to try to beat Dino there, but he always won. One time, I didn't see him walking and was so proud that I was going to get there first....only to arrive and he was already sitting at the counter! And of course, smiling! I lost track of Dino over the years, but reconnected through Facebook and Facebook Messenger a couple of years ago. I thought maybe he took a vacation, but then was worried until I saw him post about Tom & Jerry cartoon. I sent him a private message saying I was relieved he was Ok. Then not much posting again. I had a sad feeling....again, I'm so sorry for your family's great loss. May he rest in perfect peace. Praying for all of you, Valerie (Henry) Rimstidt


Mary Ferrell wrote:

I remember all the good times we had growing up. One memory is the time you wanted your ears pierced. We all went with you and the jeweler asked who would go first. You told them that I should go first. When they started I screamed so loud that everyone in the store heard me. You ran out and didn't get yours pierced until you were grown. I love you and miss you.



Dianna Reynolds wrote:

I am sick. I just read this. I can't believe. So very sorry Venita, Diane. I thought he was on vacation since I had not seen him on fb. then I seen a couple of recipes he put on. Awe Dino you are missed. Such a good person. R.I.P. Love to your family.


Lynn DePuy(Suchomski) wrote:

I am so sorry to hear about Chad. My prayers are with all of you.


Trent Sanderson wrote:

Josh and family, My family and I are thinking of you during this difficult time. Please accept our deepest condolences. The Sanderson's


Frani Martino wrote:

Helen was a woman to admire. She was honest, hard-working, and dedicated, always striving to do her best. Her sense of humor could brighten my day, always making me laugh at one of her great stories. She was a genuinely sweet and caring person, and a most loving mother. Sending my prayers and my deepest condolences to Chris, to the rest of Helen's family, and to her loved ones.



Nancy A Swasey wrote:

So very sorry for your loss


Tom Powers wrote:

I'm saddened by Jim's passing. As a fellow Fenwick 49er, I remember Jim as a fine person and excellent athlete. His career choices - first as a Marine and then as a decades-long fire fight - say a lot about his commitment to others, especially when such service usually involves great personal danger. Bless you, Jim! Tom Powers, Fenwick '49


Joe Kerwin wrote:

I didn’t meet often with Jim, mostly cheering him on at football games - but his career fills me with admiration. I was in the Navy and worked with Marines a lot - the best in the world, and a great team to be on. Then a firefighter! I’m proud to have been a fellow Friar. May he Rest In Peace. Joe Kerwin ‘49



Addie Richmond Jones wrote:

With Fond Memories


Dorothy Calicchio wrote:

When we were kids (and dishwashers were a thing of the future) you would always wash and I would always dry and put away the dishes. The best part of this memory is that we sang songs in harmony. During the summer the screen door was always open and our voices carried out to the neighbor's house. An older lady who lived in one of the apartments told mom that she looked forward to our evening recitals. I think we sounded pretty good then. Your lovely soprano voice always out-shined my alto. Whenever I think of our childhood I reflect on this feel good memory. You also schooled me on when to begin using deodorant! I was nine and you were sixteen. We spoke on the back porch. Your gentle words lessoned my embarrassment. I have been using Secret ever since! Finally, I want to thank you for sharing your laughter, sense of humor, spirited discussions, and love of life. Now you can sing with the angels, my dear sister. Love you forever.


Heidi Griffin wrote:

Dear Patti, I'm so terribly sorry to hear about your heartbreak. You may not remember me. You and I were roommates the day our baby boys were born at Northwest Community Hospital. My son is Connor Griffin. I remember you with baby Chad and have thought about you over the years. I'm terribly sorry for the loss of your beautiful son.


Samantha Cappetta wrote:

Thanks for the memories. You will be missed. Xoxo Samantha & Jerry


Jeffrey Joseph wrote:

I have know Helen all of my life but now as Helen she was Aunt Helen to me. I will always remember how she would laugh at us boys when we were little. Taking us to Cubs games and around the city. You are in a better place now. Give mom a hug for me when you see her.


Candy Thackston wrote:

Chris, I'm so sorry for your lose. When we worked together a day didn't go by that your Mom wasn't part of our conversation.


Bob and Linda wrote:

Condolences and sympathy to all the family and friends of dear Sharon. She will be remembered as truly warm, good hearted, caring, sweet, bright and a beautiful soul ...and condolences and sympathy to truly warm, good hearted and caring dear good old friend. Peace and Love to Sharon and all those dear to her.



Ryan Keener wrote:

I love you big bro I remember when our little brother was born and grandma brought us to the hospital with us walking along her holding each hand we where about 5 and 7 lol remember how big and hairy he was????????????? it was awesome


Linda Crown wrote:

I remember how nice she always was too me . She laughed a lot, was a big Cub fan and we talked often about it. Now she will watch the games as an angel from heaven .


Dawn Marquette wrote:

I remember when I was in high school, Mary and Lisa drove all the way to Cincinnati to visit me in the hospital after I had back surgery. Just one of many, many memories of your Mom and Lisa.


Elaine sedloff wrote:

Aug 10,2018. Already a year has gone by. I miss you our conversations and think about you everyday. All of you are together now mom,dad, wes,James and Stan my heart. Aches for you all Love Elaine


, Darlene Griffin wrote:

Val was the sweetest, kindest person. We started teaching together at Twinbrook School in Hoffman Estates. It was her first year and my 2nd year but my first at that school. That was 51 years ago and we have remained friends ever since. She will be dearly missed. Neal you and all your children will be in our prayers. With love, Bill and Darlene


Christopher Stefko wrote:

For you mom. You always loved angels. You are now with and one of them.


Christopher Stefko wrote:

I love you and miss you so much mom. Thank you for everything. I hope to continue to make you proud


Amy E Muscarello wrote:

Helen made me laugh.....she was a hard worker and loved her son more than the world. Still haven't tasted a potatoe salad like hers. She will be missed by many.


Dawn Marquette wrote:

I am in shock. My mom just found out and called me. We were neighbors in Inverness. I've known Lisa and your family almost my whole life. I cannot imagine the devastation you are all feeling right now. You are all in my thoughts and Mom's as well. I am so so sorry.


Tom and Pat Houlihan wrote:

Dear Barbara, Karen, Nancy, Peggy, Steven, Richie, Jeanne, Lisa, Eric, and your families, We are so sorry for the terrible loss of your dear sister, Patty! She was a wonderful daughter, sister, aunt, and cousin. I know you will miss her terribly. We will too. Your consolation is that someday you will be reunited with her in heaven along with your parents, Judy, and the rest of your heavenly family. We pray that God helps you through this difficult time, that HIS angels surround each of you and lift your sprits. Our love and prayers go out to each and every one of you! Sending lots of hugs. In sympathy, Tom, Pat, Mike, Allison, Luke, Evan, Richie, Kelly, Katie, Brody, Lilly, Kevin, and Katie.


Caliph Jackson wrote:

We wish you and the family peace during this difficult period. No words can truly express what we are feel. So we share in celebrating the loving memories and moments of Dr. Sharon Meagher. We pray that God's love that has no limits comforts you and the family at this time. The Hanover Condo Assoc & TriView Propearty Management


Edward Johnson wrote:

Jim, Kathie & Family, We are sad to read of Sharon’s passing. We hope the many happy memories will help you get through this most difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Ed & Diana Johnson (Mt. Hawley Country Club) Peoria, IL


Phil, Emily & Sarah wrote:

Our deepest Condolences are with your family. Prayers always ????????????


Alicia Loxas Sclafani wrote:

Mary and Lisa were our neighbors for 7 years in south barrington .. Lisa was the first to greet us and welcome my family as neighbors..Lisa was always maintaining her yard and always would be outside to wave hello...threw the years Mary and Lisa would send little gifts for every holiday over to my girls.. every time Lisa or Mary would be in the driveway, my girls would run over "Lisa Lisa can we have some candy?" sometimes she would run out of things to give them and be creative. They always welcomed and loved my daughters.. my daughters could not wait for Halloween, as that would be the first house they would go to and see what surprises Mary and Lisa had for them. They always thought of my girls..Mary and Lisa both were always so patient with them no matter what they were doing..We are all heartbroken, it's so hard to look over at the house, they were always coming or going and now it's not the same..My daughter and husband were in the driveway that Friday, as they left my daughter waived goodbye to them as they went on their way:(..on Sunday when I heard the horrible news, that night looked outside and I noticed the two lights above the garage flickering and dying out, as the other lights were ok. I like to believe it was their way of saying goodbye and letting you know they were there.. They were loving neighbors who would do anything for you. My daughters and I will miss them very much, it's still very hard to believe. They will forever be remembered in our hearts.. My deepest condolences and prayers..hope you can find comfort at this time.. please let us know if you need anything..


Diane Hoppe (Madl) wrote:

Rest In Peace Uncle Don (My Godfather) I can still remember sliding down your stairs in Mt. Prospect when we would come visit.


Virginia Bishop wrote:

Judy, David, John, Matthew and all the Kendzior Family, we are heartbroken to hear of the loss of your mother and sister Lisa and send our deepest sympathies to all of your wonderful family. May the many happy memories you shared and the loving kindness and support of friends and family be healing grace during this most difficult time. May the Angels lead them into Paradise. Dan & Virginia Bishop, Dan Jr. Michael, Stephen, Thomas and Victoria


Bob and Sue McQuellon wrote:

Jim, Katy, Sean, Tina and boys So sorry to hear the sad news about Sharon. You family are in our thoughts and prayers. Sharon was so kind and loving. So good to see her at our 50th. We had a wonderful time catching up and just enjoying each other’s company. All our love Bob and Sue McQuellon


Barbara Harrington wrote:

Years ago I worked with Mary, had dinners with Mary. Very nice memories. Mary remains one of the sweetest, nicest people I will ever know.


Mary R wrote:

Extending our most heartfelt sympathy to all the Family. The loss of Ms Sharon,will be never easy, but I know that all the cherish memories,that you all have will bring light during these dark time. May God you strenghten and sustain you.......


Bill and Rexene Madl wrote:

Rest in peace Uncle Don and say hello to my mom and dad for me too!


Leigh Ann Costello wrote:

Karen, I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your mother and sister. I'm keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers


Rafid hussein wrote:

I cannot thank this man of God enough for positively influencing my education!!!


Mary Grace Crowley-Koch wrote:

My heartfelt condolences to all of you on the loss of your mother and sister Lisa. Lisa was in my theology class at Sacred Heart of Mary High School. She was a lovely intelligent, and spirited young woman. She was an unforgettable student who was very special to me. My fondest memories of her was her creative mischievousness which always made me laugh. I am grateful to have known her. She has left her heart print on me and so many others and we are blessed.


Mary J Boley (Kelly) wrote:

I was so sorry to hear of the death of Sharon. My thoughts and prayers are with her family. She was a year behind me in high school and always so friendly and outgoing.


Jill Flanders wrote:

I'm absolutely heartbroken upon hearing of Lisa's passing. I worked with her at CDK and we talked all the time. When I switched jobs, she still sent me texts and checked in with me and I will miss that so much. I wish I could have spoken to her one last time as well. She was such a vivacious person and I will truly miss her spirit but she must have been needed in Heaven more than here. Will miss you every day Lisa!



Karen and Family, There are no words to express how deeply sorry I am for your unfair loss. May God hold all of you tightly as you get through this most difficult time. Prayers and hugs to you always. Your CVS friend, Diane Garcia


Vicki Osterling wrote:

Dear Jeannie, Julie, Jill and Jennifer - your dear Mother was so special with a heart of gold and her four daughters were her highest priority. You all spent a week with my children and me up in Eagle River, WI. Wonderful memories! God Bless You


Claudia Foster Kane wrote:

Sharon came into my life during our Sophmore year. She was a very special friend and I'm sad to hear of her passing. Jim, please know that I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Rest in Peace sweet friend.


Susan Felley wrote:

I had the privilege of living behind the Kendziors in Inverness for many years. As a child, I watched them interact with each other and often wished I were one of them. And sometimes, I felt as if I were. I was often included in their fun. Though I was a little older, Karen, Lisa, and Amy used to call for me to see if I could play. Our backyards touched, and all of us, including the boys, were often running around or playing on their swing set. Occasionally, Bambi, their Great Dane, would escape, (she could open doors with her mouth) and we would chase her until she was caught. When I went to college, I discovered that Mrs. Kendzior had sent a hanging basket of Grape Ivy, so I would have something cheerful waiting for me in my dorm room. At Easter time she sent me a lamb cake that she had baked. I felt loved by her. My parents divorced and I never came back to live in Inverness, but I never forgot her kindness, nor the happiness I felt to have been a part of that family. My love and sympathies to all of you. Sue (Morris) Felley


Marie Einarsen wrote:

Back in the early 80s, I met Sharon during a rotation she had in the ICU at Columbus Hospital in Chicago. Unlike the other residents, she was a little older and mature. I remember her telling me how she had previously worked as a stewardess and how she had decided to go to med school. As a young nurse , that REALLY impressed me. She was absolutely beautiful, strawberry blonde hair, freckles, slender. But what I remember most about her was her sweet, gentle nature, her approachability, and genuine kind spirit. She had found out she was going to Florida to do a radiology residency and was SO excited. I hadn’t thought of her in a long time and sadly saw her obituary today. She made an impression on me that lasted - that you can take on a challenge anytime, see it through, and move forward in life. I am sorry for your loss. She was one of the good ones.


Bill & Jeannette Petersen wrote:

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. We will miss Mary but are comforted by knowing Mary and Joe are together again.


Ernest Rossiello wrote:

We will all miss this sweet, caring and genuine woman. So unpretentious and friendly. Such a shock to us all to learn of her passing. We share Rich's suffering.


Bob & Barb Garvin wrote:

Steve - please express our condolences to your family for the loss of your dear mother and sister. Their love will always be will be with you. It is our loss that we were never able to meet them. See you soon.....


Patti DeQuaker (now Dean) wrote:

I am so very sorry to hear this tragedy. I am an old friend of Amy's from St. Theresa. Amy, I am sending you and your family so much love and keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.


Kathleen (Katy) Gabriel wrote:

Karen, I am so deeply sorry for the loss of your mom (and sister, Lisa). Your CVS work family feels your pain with you. Our deepest condolences from all of us.


Cindy Lynn wrote:

Karen, I am so sad to hear of your loss. Please know that I am thinking of you and your family and I am praying for peace and comfort at this time. May their memories keep them close to you.


Laurie Puclik wrote:

Everyone who knew and had the pleasure of being around Lisa knows that she was a bright spot in our lives and we are better because of her. I will miss her smile, her laughter, her jokes and her caring nature! My sincere thoughts, condolences and prayers go out to her entire family. She will be missed.


Jim Blake, St. Viator Class of 1986 wrote:

I'm so sorry to hear about Lisa's passing. I knew Lisa a little bit in high school and always liked her. Please accept my deepest condolences for Lisa and Mary during this very difficult time.


Kathleen (Katy) Gabriel wrote:

Dear Karen and family, I am saddened to hear of your loss of your precious mother and dear sister. Your family has been added to our prayer list at church. We are all thinking of you and have you tight in our arms during this time and always. Katy Gabriel


Tom Moore wrote:

Deepest Condolences from the Moore Clan: Tom, Karen,Don & Jessi, Kris and Olivia, Your loss is so tragic and deep that our words can not fully express our thoughts at this time. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. God bless you all


Denise Robinson wrote:

Mike, Sue, Jill(Jimmy,Abby,Lucy), Jennifer and the entire Kendzior Family, we are all so very sorry about the tragic news about Mary and Lisa. Our sincere condolences go out to you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all through this difficult time. May they rest in eternal peace. Jane Drake and Denise Robinson


Joanne Benrud wrote:

To the families of Mary and Lisa Kendzior, I am so very sorry for your losses. Please know I will keep you in my prayers.


Debbie Malpede wrote:

My condolences to Don, Carolyn and the Madl family. Sending prayers and hugs


Rick & Traci DeMichele wrote:

Karen & Tom, all the brothers and sisters, and their families. We are so so sorry to have heard the tragic news about your Mom, and your sister Lisa. Our sincere condolences go out to you and your families. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May they now rest in the peace of Christ forever.


Helene & Michael Coletto wrote:

Our condolences & prayers go out to the entire Kendizor family. May you be comforted to know Lisa & Mary are in heaven looking down on us.


Josie Mauro wrote:

Lisa is the nicest person I’d ever met! So thoughtful, kind & funny. She always buzzed around the office & spread her kindness to all. I will miss her smile around the office. Thoughts, prayers & condolences to her family.


Jessie wrote:

Thank you for being a true friend to me through the roller coaster of life. You've been there for it all. You are the sister I never had. I will miss you. Friends forever Patty - I love you.


Ellen Wagenknecht wrote:

Although I had never met Mary, Lisa often spoke of her and I know she was a beautiful soul. My sincere condolences to all in this kind and gracious family!


jeannie (Bach) Fike wrote:

Dear daughters of Yvonne, my heart goes out to you. Your Mom and I went to high school together and were good friends. I would visit you in Lagrange when you al were little. Your Mother was a special lady and a beautiful person inside and out. My prayers are with you.


Jennifer Tarsitano wrote:

The picture didn't save well to this page, but Lisa touched a lot of lives. She made a difference in this world.


Jennifer Tarsitano wrote:

Lisa was always the center of fun. She was generous, cheerful, and just all around fun to be with. She is missed so much already. Love you Lisa!


Linda Hoshaw wrote:

I met Lisa almost immediately after I got hired. She handed me a piece of lemon cake with a raspberry on top and disappeared down the hall. I often referred to her as "Lemon Cake Lisa." This world has lost a beautiful soul and I have lost a friend and co-worker. I will remember her dimples and the way her blue eyes sparkled with mischief and laughter. I will not forget her running around the office in her Cubbie Halloween costume and how much seeing her always brightened my day. The office is NOT the same without her. She was so much fun to be around! I miss her.


cate wrote:

Lisa had such a sense of wonder about her. I can just imagine the look on her face as she sees Heaven for the first time. Her bright smile and the kind words she always had for anyone will be so missed. Blessed to have known such a kind spirit.


Clare wrote:

Uncle Bill please accept my condolences on the passing of your brother. May he Rest In Peace.


Marisa Temple wrote:

I'm honored to have had a chance to get to know Lisa in my lifetime. She was a riot, and so thoughtful. I'll miss our phone calls. I'll be honoring her memory!


Ellen Wagenknecht wrote:

My sincere condolences to your family for the loss of two beautiful women! My heart aches knowing I will not hear Lisa's cheerful voice again. That girl could make the worst day better, and was always there for me even when I didn't know I needed her. She touched so many lives and made the difference that many of us only hoped we could make, to make someone's life a little happier. Every night, since my grandson was born, we think of Lisa! She gave my grandson a gift of a Dumbo stuffed toy, with the song "Baby Mine" being one she loved! Well, my little guy will not go to sleep without that song being sung to him. I know it is she that will now protect him at night in her embrace. And, each time I make that power coffee she gave me, I laugh at how she explained the recipe to me and remember how much MORE wired she would become after that cup-o-joe! I will miss your random phone calls to "check in" and most of all I will miss just talking to you. I pray that you are at peace in heaven and that your mother is by your side, as she was your best friend. You were my friend, Lisa and I love you. I wish we had had just one more chance to talk...


Lydia Salazar wrote:

I will always remember Lisa as a happy & cheery person. She always had something funny to say and always put a smile on my face. She will be missed!!


Jackie Morgan wrote:

Lisa was the kindest person I've ever known. Always happy. Just a shock at this moment.. saw her that Friday afternoon coming back from lunch, saying hi and making sure everything was ok. Said see you later. She will be truly missed. Jackie


Ronald Hirsch wrote:

Thoughts and prayers are with you. We have fond memories of the years we spent with your family and the Chargers family.


Camielle Parent wrote:

Tony, one of the friendliest and most charismatic people I have had the privilege of being friends with.


Ron Kelly wrote:

My sincere condolences to the entire family. My thoughts & prayers are with all of you. What a wonderful woman and what great memories she has blessed you all with. ❤️????????


Walker wrote:

God in heaven, please take good care of this beautiful soul. She was loved by so many. Reat in peace dear Lynn.


Marilyn DeFrank wrote:

My deepest sympathy is extended to the family of Julian. A finer young man can not be found. He shared his talents , wit and humor each time he came to serve our seniors at Tamarack Senior Living in Palatine, now Solstice, as a volunteer. He loved the seniors and they loved him too. Our memories of him make us smile and for that we are grateful. May his soul rest with the Lord. We shall miss him.


Panimdim and Quinn Family wrote:

Our Condolences to the Lucero-Cadlaon Family.