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A4 DAILY CHRONICLE, Online at Nlsite.com and Daily-Chronicle.com, Thursday, September 2, 2004 Da ilv Record lObiiuarios : CATHERINE 'KAV : HOFFMAN ; Catherine Florence "Kay" t ; Hoffman, 82, of Sycamore and DeKalb, III., died peace-: fully in her sleep Monday, ;Aug. 30.2004, at DeKalb j. County Rehab & Nursing Center in DeKalb with family j at her side. Born Dec. 1 1, 1921, in Iro-l quois, S.D., she was the ; daughter of John Joseph Hoff- man and Katherine Margaret '.. (Florent) Hoffman. She and her family moved back to ' Sycamore in 1923, and Kay f grew up in Sycamore. ; She graduated from St Mary's Catholic School and Sycamore High School, and received her Bachelor of V Education from Northern Illinois I . State Teachers College in ; DeKalb (now Northern Illinois S; University) in 1943. She taught home economics at Stockton High School from 1943 until 1 1945. In 1946, she received her diploma in occupational therapy from Western Michigan University. From 1946 to 1 960, Kay was at Winfield Hospital in Winfield, where she worked in various capacities , ranging from assistant director to director and fiekjwork super- visor of the Department of ' Occupational Therapy. In 1961 , and 1962, Kay completed her , Master of Science in education at the University of Connecticut and spent her summers with the University of Illinois Medical Center in Chicago, ( Where she served as assistant supervisor for the General Medicine and Surgery Department of Occupational Therapy. From 1962 to 1967, she was the assistant professor of the Department of Occupational Therapy. 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Wi tt9tm mm m rrrr wi.wwa m womm i- nmrwm m !m V4 aw served as the coordinator instructor for the Department of Occupational Therapy Assistant Program at Anoka-Hennepin Area Vocational Technical Institute in Anoka, Minn. Kay then returned to the Sycamore-DeKalb area to her lovely condo and was actively involved with the Fairways Association as well as Gurler House. She was the author of many publications related to her field of work and was the program coordinator and participant in radio and television programs for disabled home-makers, as well as occupational care. During her career, Kay received many honors, not the least of which was being mentioned in "Who's Who of American Women" for 1975, 1976, 1979 and 1980, and in "Receiving The Roster of Fellows" in 1984 from the FAOTA. She will be missed by her loving sisters, Helen Read, Lucille O'Connell, Joan Hoffman and Rosemary (William) Swedberg; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Claire Christiansen; and three brothers-in-law. The funeral Mass will be held at 1 1 a.m. Friday, Sept. 3, at The Church of St. Mary, 244 Waterman St. in Sycamore, with the Rev. Frank John Timar, M.S.C., celebrating. Interment will be at Mount Carmel Cemetery in Sycamore. Visitation will be from 5-8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 2, at Quiram-Sycamore Funeral Home, with a wake ser-vice at 7:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established for the American Occupational Therapy Association or DeKalb County Rehab & Nursing a- nhiKWi'i Dow Jorca 10,250 9,750 9,250 AUG SEPT MyMo My Low 10208 27 101 10 6S 11.772 98 Jan 14.2000 AllEX 1,237.43 4.5.02 Nasdaq 1.85041 412.31 GAtflR$(t0tB) U1 Pit Oij 00 58 .119 ComthCl 14 01 .2 64 Santwm 6 00 .1 SO .232 205 .18 .96 Vmfm ' 244 44 .23 1 .220 4199 4195 419 3 416 2 416 2 4156 4151 75 30 4 7 2 85 20 .7 5 3 80 . 25 .7 0 2 72 17 4 7 625 .39 47 527 .33 47 505 .31 45 2 80 15 41 MCilPtw 2785 462 MGPkigi 1101 4180 Axonyn 5 07 4 82 A Ccal hit 6 25 4 87 NeoPhann 659 492 AMr 3 19 .43 jCjg 7 55 4 99 urn on at . ut on xa 65 - 41 -13 4; CoppMnm 4 34 -2 13 -32 9 Opeolwtjt 16 72 -4 85 -22 5 CarreMf I 73 .-1 47 -14 4 CNmr 3 43 - 56 -14 0 80 - 38 -114 20 -1 10 -8 31 30 - 19 -76 301 -24 -74 3 20 - 25 -7 2 8 66 - 63 48! 240 -15 -59 2 45 - 15 -5 8 AHPCrt 3 31 -49 -12 9 WarxaBk 1 30 26 -4 24 -12 3 AoGnrl 213 -29 -12 0 Momrfn 5 75 -64 -10 0 NtSv 5 20 - 56 - 8 7 SWSo 5 57 - 55 -90 95 -1 25 -56 Most Acttvi Kw Vol (00) LH On Unt 6i")i7o 21 43 4 14 Mexo 480904 27 39 4 09 34 27 23 1 1 1 32 29 55 110 25 101 98 4 19 422 484 SurMcro 4"4618 3 87 Caro 3'.9i55 A(iMat 2, Oaci 2S', SsS 24X828 ConrtrC J212'65 CcvsCo 20T44 SupfOi 1 79529 19 09 16 05 10 05 2 27 14 01 1 15 694 4 33 4 16 408 -05 42 64 409 4 51 01 75 15 41 77 9 98 -02 28 77 - II 32 51 4 58 66 49 41 88 Duwr 542 316 96! 954 20' 9 1815 1278 423 3 46 !itfXJ1 '"rw lout VOuma 108 401 1.411246 942j 256615610 i gwa a Center in care of Quiram-Sycamore Funeral Home, 1245 Somonauk St., Sycamore, IL 60178. For information, call (815) 895-6589 or visit the Web site www.quiram.com. JOHN STRU3 John Strub, 1 01 , of DeKalb, III., passed away Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2004, at Pine Acres Care Center in DeKalb. Born May 12, 1903, in Chicago, he was the son of John and Bertha (Streich) Strub. He married Myrtle Louise Young on Sept 2, 1927, in Chicago. John was employed as a refrigeration and air conditioning engineer. He was a member of the DeKalb Lodge 1 44 AF & AM, the Scottish Rite and the Medinah Shriners, having been a Mason for 80 years. He is survived by two children, Charles (Joanne) Strub of DeKalb and Loraine (Ted) Zabel of Cherokee Village, Ark.; nine grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by his wife, Myrtle, and a son, John Herbert Strub. The funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 4, at Anderson Funeral Home in DeKalb, with the Rev. Timothy J. Peebles of Chicago officiating. 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M9 Nnd 20 7 26 27 31 -OS -291 KLATrt Nnd 3g 38 17 ,81 -34 8 y, Nwl 2901 .55 .261 Money Rates Ual PvWw Pnme Rale DcounlRale 450 ""5 50 '( 5625 ' 4'4) "256 150 treasu" 3 -morth J 155 i'4. 4 12 4 93 . IK J 75 3 4l 4?7 5 00 6'tTt0Olfi 3:K 10-e 30 . MimjAL Vanouam Eds 590 Fdaity m Mao Ananrar Funds A CAA 0 Afnancan Fur A WA p knvXM-. t fiY: A GA a pivCO m P-VS To FM itm! Coraa Arocjr r A mroA p TAA-CnfF Fupb &"q TiAA-CEF t,), (inne AA C' firm f1:AA CEF fun irfflfn rJMv1 mi dm may an. 1 Br e o i aaMn EVERETT J. PLAPP Everett J. Plapp, 86, of rural Maple Park, III., passed away Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2004, at DeKalb County Rehab & Nursing Center In DeKalb. Bom June 18, 1918, in Sycamore, III., he was the son of.Frank F. and Bertha B. (Ziegler) Plapp. He married Dorothy Taylor Magnuson on ' June 23, 1956, at Pierce Evangelical United Brethren Church. Everett was a lifetime farmer and was a member of the DeKalb County Farm Bureau and Pierce United Methodist Church. He was an avid bowler and loved to dance. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy; a son, Gary (Judy) Magnuson of Hudson; a daughter, Susan (John) Mitchell of Monroe, Ga.; five grandchildren, John (Margaret) Mitchell, Jim (Colleen) Mitchell, Peter Mitchell, Gregory Magnuson and Timothy Magnuson; 10 great-grandchildren; a sister and brother-in-law, Carol and Carl Lindeberg of DeKalb; and several nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and two grandchildren, Rebecca and Geoffrey Magnuson. The funeral service will begin at 1 :30 p.m. Friday, Sept 3, at Anderson Funeral Home in DeKalb, with the Rev. Sandra Gra-ber of Cortland United Methodist Church officiatirjg. Burial will follow at East Pierce Cemetery in Maple Park. Visitation will be from noon to 1:30 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. A memorial is being established for Everett J. Plapp in care of Anderson Funeral Home, P.O. Box 605, 2011 S. Fourth St., DeKalb, IL 60115. For information, call (815) 756-1022. Currencies Ausitalia ft' laid J4205 1 7929 8.V3 109 43 J1 4220 14148 18034 1 V '4 E jo 6214 J09 7S 11 3750 fi" V pots! B.p4md flUS Funds Tom M Total FWhjrvW MkhM ltl ..(") NVh tl4m 6-far Uad krt tif 76 574 1S50 ".08 .I1VA -!C 6A Hi 3000 LC 62421 23 8 '.7SC -USC NL 2500 LI 59 W9 26 80 Ci .12 50 .'6 39 S 75 250 IV J7 922 29 24 .1 2 .14 29 48 1A 5 75 250 Q 52 537 24 51 rt? .91fl .20 4 A 5 75 2S0 42 7i( IC 98 .'8 .7 J'A 5A Nl S OOCJTO XO 3 526 5C24 .17 .i2 5A .11 5A Nl 2 500 MP 3E 074 1 7 35 .1 6 .'6I'A 4' 7A 5 75 250 10 5-1 6 38 .0 6 .5 28 -36 IQ Nl J 500 IC 504 H24 .0 .10 59 -13 2C Nl 2 500 MP 444 10 52 .14 .11 5 .7 50 Nl 2 5O0 e 444 IC 37 .16 41 .45 2 A Nl 2 50C I 3M 136 .1 4 .24 13 0 0C Nl 25O0 an laaan irua a an a aaa ti a ta aaad r anaa a DALE G. RASMUSSEN Dale G. Rasmussen, 75, of Rochelle, III., died Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2004, at Kishwaukee Community Hospital in DeKalb. Bom March 13, 1929, in Chana, he was the son of Henry and Ella (Bolhaus) Rasmussen. He was employed by General Electric in DeKalb prior to his retirement after 35 years of service. He served in the U.S. Army and was stationed in Alaska. : His survivors include his former wife and mother of his children, Evelyn Welch of Bloomington, Ind.; a son, Tim (Melanie) Rasmussen of Kingston; four daughters, Debbie (Alan) Fisher of DeKalb, Linda Minett of Ellettsville, Ind., Carol (Ron) Taylor of Sycamore and Brenda Odom of Genoa; eight grandchildren, Nicole Fisher, Kyle Minett, Melissa and Stephanie Taylor, Christopher Rasmussen, Jessica Odom and Matthew Police Driofs DeKalb City Monday - Warrant arrest Nicole V. Begne, 20, of DeKalb was arrested on a warrant after she turned herself in to police. She had learned that she was wanted on charge of battery and theft. Fighting Police were called around 2 p.m. to the 300 block of Gurler Road to investigate a domestic disturbance. Following their investigation, Felix F. Rodriquez, 27, of DeKalb was charged with fighting; Naomi M. Davis, 24, of DeKalb was arrested on a failure-to-appear warrant for a seat belt violation; and Joan S. Galindo, 24, of DeKalb was arrested on a failure-to-appear warrant for battery. Tuesday Driving with a suspended license Around 1 a.m. in the 100 block of South Annie Glid-den Road, Artemio Campos Jr., 25, of DeKalb was charged with driving with a suspended license after police stopped his vehicle for speeding. - Warrant arrest Police were called to the 1500 block of Elmwood Drive around 10 p.m. to investigate a report of a battery. During the investi- Agendas ' Tne Public Policy Committee of the DeKalb County Board will meet at 6:30 p.m. today in the liberty Room of the Legislative Center. The agenda: I. Roll call II. Approval of the minutes III. Approval of the agenda IV. Legislative agenda A. Presentation on industrial hemp research proposal B. Possibility of imposing cap on property assessments C. Other new issues V. Support for application to license supportive living facility for the county VI. Update on courthouse filming policy VII. Adjournment The Public Infrastructure & Development Cornmittee of the DeKalb County Board will meet at 7 p.m. today in the Highway Facility. The agenda: I. Roll call f.H . 1 s ni -1 tl i' f i ; i i m ( i iti .,. i. in ;f 'K. kit) and Abbey Rasmussen; a great-grandson, Dennis Rasmussen; two brothers, Russell, of Rochelle, and0, -Marvin, of Rockford; two sisters, Darlene Stratton of St. Charles and Betty Parsley of Rockford; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and three brothers, Harlan, in World War II, and Roger and William; a sister, Eula Fay Friday; a grandchild, Sean Odom. The funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 3, at Unger-Horner Funeral Home, 400 N. Sixth St. In Rochelle. Interment will follow at Lawnridge Cemetery In Rochelle. Visitation will be from 5-8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 2, at the funeral home and from 10-11 a.m. Friday at the funeral home. Memorials can be made to the Parkinson's Disease Association. For information, call (815) 562-4534. gation, James P. Kohn, 27, of DeKalb was arrested on failure-to-appear warrants for domestic battery and trespassing. Wednesday Domestic battery Police said they saw a man and a woman arguing around midnight in a city parking lot in the 100 block of South First Street. Police said they saw the man push the woman during the argument, and they then attempted to arrest the man. During the arrest, police said the suspect pulled away from officers. Anthony A. Glenn, 21, of DeKalb was charged with two counts of domestic battery and resisting arrest. DeKalb County Friday DUI Deputies initiated a traffic stop after observing a vehicle driving on a closed road around 8:15 p.m. near Peace Road and Route 38. A traffic stop was made and the driver, Joe McRoberts, 25, of Malta was charged with driving under the influence and later released on bond. II. Approval of the minutes III. Approval of the agenda IV. Proposed 2005 budget presentation by Gary Hanson V. Proposed road posting ordinance amending code of ordinances VI. Proposed county ordinance amending code of ordinances VII. Chairman's comments VIII. County engineer's comments A. Monthly update DC. Executive Session: closed meeting per 5ILCS 1202 (cXl), annual review of county engineer's performance presented by Ray Bock man X. Adjournment We ttin Cater Weddings, Reunions, and Special Events! Y-ldllsUt Htstaurant- tl1(,tndSt.,1Xflt a TM 4741 Milburn James Tull Sr. Align 3. 1905 - September 2, 1999 The Broken Chain We lillle bm ihiil mnmint. Cnd hoi faint to mil ymr mime, in life we Imrd ynu dearh. In death we do the tame'. It bwte our hearts to lose yon. Yon did not to alone. For part of us went with yrm. The day God called ytm home, torn left au hrauliful memories, Ytmr Une is still our guide. And thouth ur cannot see you. You are always by tmr side. Our family chain is broken. And nothing teems the same. But as God calls us one by one. The chain nitl link avoin

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