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t"$ v r1 10 Section 2 Chicago Tribune, Cemeteries, Crematories Mausoleums MOUNT EMBLEM CEMETERY 6 Lots-Twilight section. Lot 3029. 1 & 3. Lot 3030. -1-4. $1251 :ou , Of all lor $7,000. 804-481-1557 CEDAR PARK CEMETERY 3 lots. Birch section. Call Bob at 941-481-7392 u-Mamory Gardens Cemetery, Arlington Heights, 4 lots, 535B Garden ol Meditation. -- Call: 312-477-6326 Monument Dedications LEVINS0N A dedication in honor ot our beloved Marilyn Kay Levinson will take place Sunday, June 30th, 1996 at 2:00 p.m. at Westlawn Cemetery (Elm Section), 7801 W. Montrose, Norrldge, IL. Death Notices ABELS0N Marvin A. Abelson, beloved husband of Ruth, nee ., Goldstein; loving father of Linda Ney, Cathy (Dr. , Richard) Hirschmann; fond grandfather ot John Christensen, Anne and Rebecca Hirschmann. In 'lieu ot flowers, contributions may be made to -....American Heart Assoc.. 208 S. LaSalle, 900, Chicago, 60604. Graveside service Sunday, 3 p.m. jat Shalom Memorial Park, Arlington Heights, Rand & Wllke Rds. Into. The Welnsteln Brothers Wllmetle Chapel. 847-256-5700 ANDERS Maaike "Mara" E. Anders, nee Jeninga; loving wife of Donald; dearest mother of Jamie (fiancee Michele); dearest daughter of Geert and Elfreida Jeninga; dearest daughter-in-law of Donald and Eileen Anders; loving sister of John (Patty) and Andreas (Sharon) Jeninga; sister-in-law of Con-' stance (Jahn) Catterall; loving aunt of Tarn -- I (Jackie) Catterall, Samantha Jeninga, Jason p:i Boch. Cory Catterall, Derek Janinga, Ian Carter- all, Elizabeth and Andy Janinga, Jr. Funeral ser-r vice Saturday, 10 a.m. at Foran Funeral Home, 7300 W. Archer Ave. (55th St., just W. of Harlem). Cremation Woodlawn Cemetery. Visitation Thurs- day, 5-9 p.m. and Friday, 2-9 p.m. 708-458-0208. .-ANDERSON "Sh1rlev Ann Anderson, nee Zlealer, 68 years, ,4TFeloved wife ot the late Donald; fond sister of Marv (Don) Williams and Russell (Lois) Zieqler; sister-in-law of Nancy (Harold) Alvin; many nieces ana nephews. Memorial service Monaay, i. p.m. - at the Community Church ot Barnngton. 308 E. Lincoln Ave., Barrington, IL. Memorial donations . may be made to the American Cancer Society or r the community unurcn. into. twr-3tn-34ii. ANTHONY Phyllis "Phee" Anthony, nee Carleton, June 26, , 1996, age 79, late of Fiossmoor, wife of the late Rowland "Mike" Anthony Jr.; beloved mother of ' Pamela (Donald) Cummins, Ft. Myers, FL and " Stephen (Karen) Anthony, of Elmhurst, IL; dear ' grandmotner or ur. uraig (ur. Heoecca) uum-: mins. Cheryl Cummins and Jilllan Anthony. Mem- . ' ber of Fiossmoor Country Club, Kappa Kappa . bamma boronty and tne inrant welfare League. ' Volunteer at St. Marv Thrift Shoo. Memorial ser vice Sunday, June 30, 1996, 1 p.m. at the Church : of St. Jonn the tvangenst, Mark and Leavin Aves., Fiossmoor. Rev. Marv Grace Williams, officiating.. ; Memorials to the Church of St. John the Evange- k list would be appreciated. ? ARNDT Warren L. Arndt, of North brook, beloved husband of LeMarie, nee Zlenty; devoted father ot Pam Don Gullett, Kathy wenmn- ger, Scott (Linda) Arndt and Andy (Lana) Arndt; lovina Grandfather of Steve, Brandon, Jared, Adam, Leashia, Crystal and Erik. Past manager of Leader & Post Newspaper In Chicago. Member of the Metropolitan Chicago Air Force Community Council in Chicago. Visitation Friday, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Hanekamp Funeral Home, 385 Waukegan Rd., Northbrook (Vb mile No. of Dundee). Funeral service Saturday, 11 a.m. Interment private. Memorials may be made to the American Hospice Foundation, 1130 Connecticut Ave., N.w. Suite 700, Washington, D.C. 20036-4101. Funeral into. Mf-tz-ww BARTZIS Etenie Bartzis, nee Coutretsia, beloved wife of Evans P. Bartzis;loving mother of Alexandra (Peter) Kanavos, Peter (Angela) Bartzis and Martha (Steve) Tzioumis; cherished grandmother of George. Evan, Elaina, Travis, Evan, Peter, Joey and Madeline; dear sister of Nick (Sou I a) Cou- trets, ranos (kikij, umo (Nitsa), lorn (uiartce) John Coutretsis, Maria (George) Bouzarelos Evdokia (Peter) Tarnaris and Fred en ka (Dean) Bounatsos; devoted daughter-in-law of Alexandra Bartzis; fond aister-in-law ot Bettie (Donald) Pok- lop; loving aunt of many nieces and nephews. Visitation Thursday, from 4 to 9 p.m., at Smith-Corcoran Funeral Home, 6150 N. Cicero Ave. Funeral Friday, 10:15 a.m., from the funeral home to St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church. 2727 W. Winona St., for services at 11 a.m. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery, Skokie, IL. Memorial contributions to the Greek-American Nursing Home Committee, 5758 N. California Ave., Chicago, IL 60659, appreciated. Arrangements by John u. Adinamis Funeral Director, Lid. 312-736-3833. BELCASTER John Belcaster, beloved brother of Frank , (Phyllis) Belcastro and the late Shirley . Hammer. Funeral Saturday 9 a.m. from the Cappetta Funeral Home, 5858 W. Roosevelt Road to St. Frances ot Rome Church. 15th & Austin Blvd. Cicero. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Visitation r-rjaay 4 to 0 p.m. into. 3iz-tfc-ui2U BLASS Helen Blass, nee Weslowskl, 87, of Berwyn beloved wife of the late Leo J. Blass; loving mother of Ronald L. (Linda) and Dr. Richard (Mariann) Blass; proud grandmother of Valerie (Jack) Pasternock, Teresa (Patrick) McNamara ' and Richard (Ines) Blass, Julie Ann and Matthew Blass; dear great-grandmother of Laura, John and Brenda Pasternock and Max McNamara; lov ina aunt ot manv nieces and nephews at Peder- aen-Ryberg Mortuary, 435 N. York Rd., Elmhurst (3 blocks No. of North Ave.), where friends may call on f-nday, from 2 to 9 p.m. Funeral baturday, 9 30 a.m. from the mortuary to St. Leonard Church, Berwyn tor Mass of Christian Burial at iu;ju a.m. interment uueen ot Heaven cemetery. rqr imo. fuo-oj4-iiaa B0SI Domenlc R. Bosl, of Las Vegas, NV, formerly of Westchester, beloved husband ol Mary, nee Tas-sone; loving father of Carol (Joseph) Spaeth. Deborah, Domenic Jr. and Kevin; dear grandfather of seven; fond brother of Frank (Rosemary), Arfhur (Mary), Michael, Irene Wojclk, Theresa (Ralph) Grossman, Hank (Vivian), Mary Ann ' (Ralph) Amato and the late Dorothy Ann; uncle of many nieces and nephews, t-unerai service Saturday, 9:30 a.m. from Hursen Funeral Home, S.W. corner ot Hooseveit & Mannheim Hoads, Hill side Westchester to Divine Infant Church. Mass 10 a.m. Cremation Oakridge Cemetery. Visitation Friday 3 to 9 p.m. into, toll-free: 800-562-0082. CAVITT Robert E. Cavitt, Veteran of Korea, beloved , husband of Rosemary, nee Farrell; loving 1 father of Thomas, Theresa and Dr. Marv Cavitt; devoted grandfather of James Cavitt and Noah Repel; dear son of Goldie and the late Paul (savin; tona orotner or raui (Mary) and oetr (Clarence) Funkhouser. Funeral Saturday, 9:3i a!Tn., from PfaH Funeral Home, 5001 N. Lincoln Ave., to St. Matthias Church for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment St. Mary Cemetery, DeKalb, IL. Visita tion Friday. 3 to 9 p.m. 35-year member of I.B.T. Local 705. In lieu of flowers, masses would be appreciated. 312-728-1700 . OlbNE Diana Cione. nee Dani, of Bartlett, beloved wife of Richard; loving mother of Lisa (Michael) Pow-... ers. Samantha and Kimberly; cherished daughter of Marcia and the late William; dear sister of v Carol (William) Koontz. Visitation Fridav. 3-9 o.m it1 at the Countryside Funeral Home, 950 South Bart-tett Rd., (at Stearns Rd.) Bartlett. Funeral Satur-. day 9:15 a.m. to Resurrection Church. Mass 10 a."rn. Entombment assumption. 708-289-7575. .cipich ' , " Tlllie F. Cipich, nee Wlsnlewski, late of South , Holland, beloved wife of Andrew; loving mother of , " Andrew (Virginia), Thomas (Joan) and Paul (Tammy); proud grandmother of 10; great-grandmother of 11; dear sister of Stella (the late Edward) Shepard, Emily (Henry) Cupples. Visitation 2 until 9 p.m., Thursday and Friday. Funeral 9 a.m. Saturday at the Drumm Funeral Home. 1200 . : E, 162nd St. (1 block W. ot the Calumet Express- way on U.S. 6), South Holland. Mass 10 a m., Holy t (jinosi nurcn. imermeni noiy (jross uemetery. p f member of of the Rosary Club of St. Mary Magda- lene. yiw-ow-uuii I C0HN ':. Annette Cohn, nee Steinberg, devoted wife of the late Berman "Al" Cohn; beloved mother of Roger (Dr. Laura 5. smart) uonn and Marcy (Hicnard I. Gass) Cohn Gass; cherished grandmother ot Cat- tlin S. Cohn, Kevin B. and Darren T. Gass; fond t .. sister of the late Jack Stearns. Andrew Steinbera and Roslyn Steinberg. Graveside services Friday - 3 D m. at westlawn uemetery, oui w. Montrose, Norridge. Info. Ucyd Mandel Levayah Funerals, J 847-679-3939. "COOKE Linda Cooke, formerly of River Forest, late of a' Paris, France, loving wife of Robert Azencott; dear sister of Jackie Cooke; cherished daughter of Bertha and David Cooke; fond aunt ot Caroline Cooke. Graveside services Sunday 10 a.m. at snaiom Memorial par, nana Ma. & m. 53, Arling- ion ne ignis, riser weinsiem menoran unapeii , imo: ou-ooi-iosu COUTRETSIS See Elenie Bartzis notice. CRONIN 7 to Thomas Francis Cronin, beloved husband frs Frances, nee Hajostek; loving father of fcr,lr Michael (Marcia), James M. and Martin .ftynda); dear grandfather of four. Funeral Satur day, 10 a.m. from The Montclair-Lucania Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont Ave., to St. William .Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Visitation Saturday only 8 a m, V -unm iw a.in, vie Ut-3JW Friday, June 28, 1996 DRIEHAUS Margaret F, Drlehaus, beloved wife of the late Herman W. Drlehaus and the late Adolph G. Drlehaus; loving mother of Richard H. (Kristyna), Dorothy (Art) Mellln and Elizabeth Drlehaus; fond grandmother of Marie, Dan, James, Sean, Christopher Mellln and Tereza Drlehaus; great-grandmother of Rebecca, J.J. and Danielle; dear sister ot Thomas Rea and the late Sr. Mary Richard Rea O P. Visitation Thursday, 3 to 9 p.m. at the Elusion Funeral Home, First and Grant Sts., Hinsdale. Friends will meet Friday, 10 a.m. for funeral mass at Saint Isaac Jogues Church, Fourth and Clay streets, ninsoaie. in lieu or nowers, memorials may be made to Adrian Dominican Sisters, 1257 Siena Heights Dr., Adrian, Michigan, 49221. Interment Saint Boniface Cemetery. 708-323-0275 FABRIE Emma Fabrle, nee Panozio, age 85 ot Dolton, beloved wife of Paul; loving mother ot Dolores (John Sr.) Herbert, Robert Sr. (Maureen), and Darlene (Robert) Hammer; proud grandmother of 12; great grandmother ot 18; dearest sister of Amanda (August) Carta, Joseph (Rose) Panozzo, John (Hilda) Panozzo, Gloria (Robert) Podgorney, and the late Peter Panozzo, Thomas (the late Metllda , John. Hilda, and Mary (the late Henry) Paul; lond sister-in-law Ellen (the late Fred) Smith, Inez (the late Albert) Panozzo. Mary Walter) Franczyk, Pauline (the late William) Paul, Tony (Marion) Navigato, and the late Louis r-aDrie; aunt ana great aunt or many nieces ana nephews. Emma will be greatly missed. Funeral Saturday, 9:15 a.m. from the Communlty-Opyl Funeral Home, 144th Street and Indiana Ave. Rlverdale, to St. Mary Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Assumption Cemetery. Visitation Friday, 2 to 9 p.m. Member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Piscateers Inc. of Dolton. 708-849-5500 FREY Ronald J. Frey, beloved husband of Melody; loving father of Susan (Michael) Fes-sler and Michael; adored "papa" of Melodv; beloved orandfather of Jennifer, Jessica and Julia; dear stepfather ot Laura and Karyn; devoted son of Helen and the late Felix; brother ot Shirley, Phyllis, Carol, Janie, Bob and Dick. visitation Saturday, 8 a.m. until time ot service 11 a.m. at Peterson Funeral Home. 6938 w. Norm Ave. Interment Acacia Park Cemetery. In lieu ot flowers, memorials to American Cancer Society appreciated. 312-637-4441 or 708-848-6661. FR0NCZAK Edwin Adam Fronczak, beloved husband of Rear); dear brother of Adela Karpinska; lovina brother-in-law of Anaellne Groch and Stephanie Braun; fond uncle of Joanna Barbara Karpinska, Kathleen (Michael) Medica and Michael (Helen) Groch. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m. from Malec A Sons Funeral Home, 6000 N. Milwaukee Ave., to Immaculate Conception Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Adalbert. Visitation Friday 2-9:30 p.m. Member of Ironside Post P.L.A.V. 312-774-4100 GIANAKAKIS Michael C. Gianakakis beloved husband of Becky, nee Starr: loving father ot Christopher and Louis; devoted son of Constance, nee Soupos, and the late cnnst oianakakis; grandson ot Virginia ana the late Andrew Fefles; dear brother of Peter C; nephew of Georgia and the late George Saranto-poulos; dear son-in-law of Constance, nee Fefles, and the late Louts Starr; brother-in-law of Andrea, nee Starr, and Drew Pedersen; fond uncle of Nicholas, Alex and Deena Pedersen. Visitation Friday, 4 to 9 p.m., at Chapel of Adinamis Funeral Directors, 4700 N. Western. Relatives and friends will meet for funeral services Saturday, 9:30 a.m., at the Saint Haralambos Greek Orthodox Church, 7373 N. Caldwell, Niles, IL. Interment Irving Park Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory to tne international urtnooox unrisxian Charities, 2727 W. Wynona, Chicago, 60625, would be appreciated. Arrangement by Dean J. and Peter J. Adinamis. 312-334-1700 GRAFF Jeannette Graff, beloved daughter of the late Frank and Frances Graff; dear sister of Edward (Ann) and the late Albert, John, Frank (the late Anita), Richard and Harry (Eileen); fond aunt ot many nieces ana nepnews. t-unerai saturaay 10:15 a.m. from Michael Colette Sons Funeral Home, 3240 W. 79th St.. to St. Bede the Venerable Chruch. Mass 11 a.m. Interment St. Mary. Visita tion Friday, 2 to 9 p.m. 312-436-1861 . GRAN O. Arthur Gran; age 78, died at home June 26, 1996. He was born February 19, 1918 in Kensington, MN and grew up on the family farm in Alexandria. He graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1940, where he majored in journalism and covered sports for the Daily Minnesotan. He embodied the FBI motto of Fidelity, Bravery, and Integrity during his 36 year career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He served for many years as the Senior Resident Agent in Waukegan, before retirement in 1978. He was a well known duplicate bridge enthusiast, a life master, director of the Lake Forest Duplicate Bridge Club and recipient of the Harmon Wilkes Award for his contribution to Chicago area bridge. He was a member of the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, Gurnee Community Church, the Lake County Chiefs of Police Association, L.F.F. & P.P., the Honest John's Coffee Club, the Elks Club, and the Friday Lunch Group amongst others. He is survived by his beloved wife Dolores; their children, Gregory Gran of Evanston, Gary (Cynthia) Gran of Evans-ton, Jennifer (Craig) Berkley of Minneapolis, Lauren (Brian) Weir, Jim (Nancy) Christian of Waukegan, Linda Christian of Ft. Collins, CO, Cathy (Marty) Glickman of Vernon Hills; his nephew James (Jan) Haggard of Aurora, and his nine grandchildren, Stephanie, Chris, Alison, Emalee, Carly, Jay, Owen, Casey, and Joel. He was preceded in death by his first wife Jane Schutt Gran; his Infant daughter, Julie; his parents, John and Elvira Gran; his sisters, Lu and Eleanor. Memorial service will be held Friday, June 28, 1996 at 10:30 a.m. at Gurnee Community Church, 4555 Grand Ave, where flowers may be sent. A celebration of his life will follow at the Country Squire In Grayslake. Donations may be made to The American Cancer Society or mailed to the Make a Wish Foundation, 640 N, LaSalle St, Chicago, IL 60610. Bridge players and others may also make donations to the O. Arthur Gran Memorial Fund by contacting Judl Meurer or Ginny Schuett. GUALTIERI Edward C. Gualtierl of Melrose Park, beloved husband of Elizabetta, nee Tropea; loving father of Corinne, Salvatore and Antonio (Catherine); devoted grandfather of Aimee Larsen. Salvatore and Jamie; dear brother of Salvatore (Eva), Louie (Margaret), Mario (Dorothy), Hose (John) BaMen and Antonio (Vivian); fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Friday, June 29, 9 a.m., from The Ed Prignano Funeral Home, Inc., 1815 W. North Ave., at Broadway, Melrose Park, to Our Laay oi Mouni uarmei unurcn. Mass u:3U a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery .708-344-0635. HOFFMAN Arthur Hoffman of Petersburg, formerly of Brook field, June 25, 1996, born Sept. 16, 1904, in Chi cago, age 91, son of Joseph Hoffman and Marie braun, survived by wife Lillian J., nee Poupa; granddaughters Donna (Tim) Coats of Downers Grove and Sharon (Dennis) Shoemaker of Green-bay, Wl; great-great-grandson Tyler Kevin Martin Coats; two grandchildren; brother George Hoff man of St. Louis, MO; sister Evelyn Kopecky of western springs, ii; preceded in aeatn Dy son Ronald K. Hoffman, four sisters and three brothers. No visitation. Graveside services Friday, June 28, 11 a.m., at Wood Lawn Cemetery, Forest Park, IL. JENINGA See death notice tor Maaike Anders JOYCE Helen D. Joyce, nee O Brlen, devoted mother of Barbara Joyce and Brian Joyce; cherished grandmother of Karen Joyce, Sheila (Peter) Joyce-Stott and Patricia Joyce; great-grandmother of Alexander Stott; beloved daughter ot the late John "Sandy" and Alice O'Brien, nee Daly. Visitation Friday. 3 to 9 p.m. Funeral Saturday, 9 a.m. from The Andrew J. McGann A Son Funeral Home, 10727 S. Pulaski Rd., to Sacred Heart Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. 312-ST3-7700 or 708-423-5400. JUERN Theodore A. Juern, 65, ot Mundelein. beloved husband of Evelyn; loving father of Ted V. (Wendy). Glenn Sr.. Cliff. Denise. Laura and Richard; dear grandfather of Pamela, Michael, Elizabeth, Sarah, Jessica and Glenn Jr.; brother of Richard (Doris). Thomas (Mary), Diana (Martin) Kelleck and Lillian O'Neil. Former supervisor tor Sears Service Center. U.S. Marine Corps P.O.W. during Korean Conflict. Service 11 a.m. Monday, at Burnett-Dane Funeral Home, 120 W. Park Ave. (Rt 176). Libertyville. Interment Ascension Cemetery. Visitation Sunday, 3 to 8 p.m. Memorials to Condell Hospice appreciated. Info, 847-362-3009 . KANAVOS See Elenie Bartzis notice. KANN Donald F. Kann, beloved husband of Pamela, nee Lorio; loving father of Bonnie (Caesar) Marconi, Donna (Christopher) Dover, Richard (Lisa), Daniel (Mary), Brenda (James) Arvanites, Lisa (Gary) Byers and Patricia (Robert) Hasemann; loved grandfather of eight; fond brother ot Kenneth (Vivian) and the late Ronald (Helen); loving brother-in-law of Maurice (Mary) Lorio; loved by several nephews. Retired Chicago Police Dept. Prayers 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the Glueckert Funeral Home, Ltd., 1520 N. Arlington Heights Rd. (4 blocks south of Palatine Rd.), Arlington Heights to St. Edna Catholic Church, 2525 N. Arlington Heights Rd., for Mass at 10 a.m. Visitation Friday 2 until 9 p.m. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Into. 847-253-0168 . KAPLAN bt Roman C. Kaplan, beloved husband of IpSj Mary, nee LaCata; loving father of Rosetta (Alan) Hartman and Robert; dear grandfather of Thomas, Melissa and Anthony; greatgrandfather of Mary; fond brother of Casimir (Lydia) Kaplan, Mary (Chester) Howaniec, Cecei-lia (Jerry) Gieralowski and the late Edward (Geor-gianne), John Kaplan and Jean (Edwin) Lewon; fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. Funeral service Saturday, 9:30 a.m. from Tohle Funeral Home, 4325 W. Lawrence Ave , at Lowell, to St. Edward Church. Mass 10 a.m. Please omit flowers. Member of Local 241. Visitation Friday, 11 a.m. til 9 p.m. Entombment St. Joseph Cemetery. 312-685-4400 . - KARNIA Mary A. Karnia, 82, nee Tlkalsky, beloved wife of the late Matthew; loving daughter of the late John and Albina Tikalsky; dear sister of Betty (the late Frank) Chaston and the late John, Joseph and George Tikalsky; sister-in-law of Anna Wllczak, Sylvia Dogoda, Joseph Karnia and the late Casi-mer Karnia; aunt of many nieces and nephews. Member of Queen of the Universe Senior Citizens. Funeral Saturday, 10 a.m. from the Egan , Funeral Home, 3700 W. 63rd St., to Queen of the Universe Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Visitation Friday, 3-9 p.m. Entombment Resurrection Mausoleum. 312-582-2000 KEPS toa Joseph A. Keps, loving husband of Mary Pg; Theresa, nee Walsh; dear father of Diana (Jim) Rasmussen, Michael (Beth), Karen (Al) Knorr, Mary Jo and Steven; fond brother ot Matthew (Janet), Virginia' and the late Robert; grandpa of seven; Resting at the Cooney Funeral Home, 3552 N. Southport, 2 to 9 p.m. Friday. Funeral Saturday, 10:15 a.m. to St. Cornelius Church. Mass 11 a.m. Interment All Saints. LaBOSKE John N. LaBoske. aae 72. vet WW II. iS halAuul huahanH ..H fioat frlttnH nf Mnra nee Ferguson: lovina father of Susan (Paul) Ingram. Nora Marie (James) Conway, Mary Kay (fiance Ralph Toman) and John G.; fond grandfather of Jennifer, Noreen, Paul. Sean and Elizabeth; respected brother of Maria Smalley, Verne Makl, George Labosky and the late Helen Beres-hak and Paul Labosky; caring uncle of many nieces and nephews. Visitation Friday, 2 to 9 p.m. Funeral Saturday, 9:15 a.m. from Robert J. Sheehy & Sons Funeral Home, 4950 W. 79th St., to St. Denis Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu ot flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Advocate Hospice, 1441 Branding Ave., Suite 240, Downers Grove, IL 60515. 708-857-7878 or .312-582-4400 LEO David J. Leo. 44, beloved husband of Judith G., nee Grimberg; loving father ot Joet David and Joshua David; loving son of Frank and Johanna, nee DeVries; dearest son-in-law of Helena, nee Van Allerand, the late Nicholas Grimberg, fond brother ot Frank Jr, Gary. Timothy. Philip and Jane Papadimitriou. Visitation Friday, 3 to 9 p.m. Funeral service Saturday, 11 a.m. at Colonial Chapel, 15525 S. 73rd Ave. (Wheeler Dr.155th & Harlem), uriand park. Interment unapei nins warden South. Memorials to the Southwest Chicago Christian Schools Foundation preferred. 708-532-5400. LIEBERFELD Jean Lieberfeld, nee Fajerstem, dearly beloved wife of Samuel; devoted mother ot Morris (Sally) Lieberfeld, Bobbie (Darrel) Kallembach and Lynne Lieberfeld (fiance Tony Stornello); loving grandmother of Caryn, Brian, Brandon and Rachel. Services Friday 1:30 p.m. at Plser Welnsteln Menorah Chapels, 9200 N. Skokie Blvd., Skokie. Interment Shalom Memorial Park, Arlington Heights. In lieu of flowers, memorials in her name to the New Citizen ClubSons and Daughters of Holocaust Survivors, 4246 W. Church St., Skokie, IL 60076, would be appreciated. Into: 847-679-4740 LIS0WSKI Bernard Lisowski, age 84, beloved husband of Ruth, nee Hansen; loving father of Marian (John) Rekus, Eugene (Donna) Ringstad, Kenneth (Jeannette) Rlngstad; guardian and raised Rose Nania; dearest grandfather of John Rekus and Nicole; great-grandfather of Brandon Michael Rekus. Funeral service Saturday, 10:30 a.m. at The Mont-clalr-Lucania Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont Ave., Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Visitation Friday, 3 to 9:30 p.m. 312-622-9300 L0ZANSKI Edward J. Lozanski, Navy vet WW II, beloved husband of the late Irene, nee Susickl: lovina father of Ronald (Carol) and William, CPD (Rosemarie); dearest grandfather of Lisa, E.J., Daniel and Krlsta; dear brother of John Lozanski; fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Saturday, 9 a.m. from Sendziak's Archer Funeral Home, 6108 W. Archer Ave., to St. Jane de Chantal Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Member of Post 6863 VFW and Past Commander of Enrico Fermi Post 1266 VFW. Visitation Thursday. 5 to 9 p.m. and Friday. 2 to 9 p.m. 312-585-1003 MAGIERA Joseph M. Magiera, 81, beloved husband of the late Cecelia; dearest father of Richard (Patricia) and Judy LoBue-Patterson; grandfather of Tina BartoM, nee Ruth-Ann Schmidt, Michael (Mary Elaine) Schmidt, David LoBue, Donna, Su Ann, Joseph and Mary Ellen Magiera; great-grandfather of Timothy Bigelow and Thomas Magiera; brother ot Marie Walaski and Sophie Sierakowski. Visitation Saturday 5-9 p.m. and Sunday 3-9 p.m. at the Egan Funeral Home, 3700 W. 63rd St., where services will be held Monday at 11 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery 312-582-2000. MALNEK0FF Nathan S. Malnekoff, 81, dearly beloved husband of Adeline, nee Gelfond; devoted father of Michael and Peter. Services Fri day, 11 a.m. at Plser Weinstein Menorah Chapels, 5206 N. Broadway. Interment Westlawn Cemetery. In lieu ot flowers, memorials in his name to the Northwestern Hospital Hospice or Congregation Kol Ami, 845 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 913E, Chicago, 60611, would be appreciated. Jeweler since 1937. Info. 312-561-4740 MANZ0 Ottavio Manzo, ot Melrose Park, beloved husband of Silvia, nee Cirlno; loving father of Alfredo, Gerry, Anna and Maria; dear brother of Alfredo (Rosa); fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Saturday. June 29, 9 a.m. from The Ed Prignano Funeral Home, Inc., 1815 W. North Ave., at Broadway, Melrose Park, to Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Ser i no Italy. Visitation Friday, 3 to 9 p.m. 708-344-0635. MARCI0NE See Rose Valela, nee Corso, notice. MATRANGA Anthony J. Matranga Jr., age 51, dearest husband of Marilyn G., nee Gudewicz; father of Anthony J. ill; son of Rose, nee Manalli and the late Anthony J. Sr.; beloved brother of Mark (Victoria), Matthew, Tonetta (Frank) Guzzardo and the late Luke; fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Saturday, June 29th, 9.15 a.m. from Zimmerman A Sande-man Memorial Chapel, 5200 W. 95th St. , Oak Lawn, to St. Bede the Venerable Church, Chicago. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Visitation Friday 2 to 9 p.m. Member of Ironworkers Union Local 1. Arrangements by Kowske-Wolowiec Funeral Directors, Inc. Info. 708-424-0340. MAYER Ryan Albert Mayer, cherished Infant son ot Julie and Brad; loving brother of Keane; dearest grandson of Julia and the late Albert Mcintosh and Janis and David Mayer; fond nephew of Jean, Don, Rose, Gene, Bill, Vicki, Jerry and Lynn; many loving cousins. Visitation Friday, June 28, 3 to 9 p.m. at Kisselburg-Wauconda Funeral Home, 235 N. Main St., Wauconda, IL, and Saturday. 9:30 a.m. to time ot service, 10 a.m., at St. Peter UCC, 47 Church St.. Lake Zurich, IL. Interment Transfiguration Cemetery. 847-526-2115 . McDERMOTT Ella E. McDermott. nee Pundt, daughter of Herman H. and Johannah Wiebold Pundt, was born in Homestead, Iowa, January 4th, 1907 and died Wednesday, June 25th, 1996 la Eden Prairie, Minnesota. Preceding her In death was her loving husband, Thomas Leo, on Sept. 21st, 1979. Ella was the fond mother of Patricia (John) DeWolf of Libertyville, IL, Kathleen Gail Burger, Hastings MN, and grandchildren, Charles (Shannon) Meadows of Santa Monica,- CA, Robert Meadows ot Libertyville, II., Lance (Barbara) Burger of Eden Prairie, MN, Heidi Burger of Eden Prairie, MN, Heather Burger of Hastings, MN, and Cindy (Scott) Fjelsta of Blaine, MN and two great grandchildren, Tyler and Blake Burger. Ella was raised in Minnesota and Homestead, IA, but lived almost her entire adult life in Chicago until 1984, when she moved to Libertyville, II. Services will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday June 29th at the Hastings Funeral Home in Jefferson, IA. Burial will be at St. Mary On The Hill in Jamaica, IA, where her husband is buried. McDERMOTT Malcolm D. McDermott, CFD (M211), age 44, beloved husband of Janet; devoted father of Julie; son of the late Donald and Louise McDermott; fond brother-in-law of Ron and Mary McNicholas, Joe and Sue Wrubel and Mike and Darlene Hill; dear uncle and great-uncle of many. Funeral Saturday, 10:30 a.m., from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, Bonnie Hickey Derwinski, Director, 4727 W. 103rd St., Oak Lawn, IL, to St. Dennis Church tor 11:15 a.m. Mass. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Visitation Thursday, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday, 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. For information call 708-636-1193 or 312-735-4242. McNICHOLAS Mark M. McNicholas, beloved son of the lata Walter and Moion noo Rrannflfi' mi tftt loved brother ot Rev. Raymond J. McNicho las S.S.U., Hev. waiter i-. MCNicnoias u s. a., Rosemary (Thomas) Morris and Helen (Lee) Mar-szalek: devoted uncle of eight; granduncle ot 17 Mark will be missed not only by his family but by his many friends, visitation mursaay, j to w p.m. Funeral Friday 10:15 a.m. from Kenny Brothers, Frank P. Carlin, Director, 3600 W. 95th St.. to St. Germaine Church. Mass 11 a.m. Interment St. Mary. In lieu of flowers, memorials will be appre ciated to si. rrancis nospice, oiue isiana 312-239-3600 or 708-425-4500 MICHEL Ronald S. Michel, 62, suddenly, beloved husband ot Diane, nee Smith; loving father of Denise Kennedy and Gayle; devoted grandfather of James and Allison; dear brother of andra Michel. Visitaton Friday, 4 to 9 p.m. at Wllliams-Kampp Funeral Home, 430 E. Roosevelt Rd,. Wheaton. 1 block t. of Naperviiie Hd. inter ment private. In lieu of flowers, contributions to your favorite charity, info. 708-668-0016 MULRENIN Howard J. Mulrenin, WW II vet, beloved son of the late Minnie, nee Yabuch and Thomas Mulrenin; lovina brother of Kath leen (the late Oliver) Grutzmacher and the late Edward (Lucille) and Charles (Louise) Mulrenin; fond uncle and granduncle to many; and wonderful neighbor and friend to many; good friend to Laddie (Geri) Machalek. Resting at Thompson A Kuenster Funeral Home, 5570 W. 95th St.. where service wilt be held Saturday 9 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Visitation Friday, 5 to 9 p.m. 708-425-0500 or 312-445-3400 ALMANAC I j In 1836, James Madison, the fourth U.S. president, died at the age of 85. On June 28, 1491, England's King Henry VIII was born in Greenwich. In 1778, during the Revolutionary War's Battle of Monmouth, N.J., the assistance given the colonials by Mary Ludwig Hays, who became known as Molly Pitcher, made her a heroine in American history. In 1838 Britain's Queen Victoria was crowned. In 1894 Congress made Labor Day a holiday for federal employees and the District of Columbia, designating the first Monday in September for observance. In 1914 Austrian Archduke Ferdinand and his wife, Sofia, were assassinated in what is now Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, by a Serbian nationalist, triggering World War I. In 1950 North Korean forces captured Seoul, the South Korean capital. In 1971 the use of public funds for parochial schools was ruled unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court In 1978 the Supreme Court ruled that college admission programs that give special preference to minorities are constitutional, but that a University of California medical school must admit Allan Bakke, a white man, because its admission program was not flexible enough. In 1980 officials at Pennsylvania's Three-Mile Island nuclear plant began venting radioactive gas from the containment building of the damaged reactor. (The process, which lasted nearly two weeks, prompted the evacuation of hundreds of nearby residents.) In 1981 an explosion destroyed the headquarters of Iran's ruling Islamic Republic Party in Tehran, killing more than 70 people. In 1992 two severe earthquakes, one of which was considered to be the strongest temblor recorded in the U.S. in 40 years, struck Southern California, killing a 3-year-old boy in Yucca Valley and injuring more than 400 people. In 1993 the National Commission on AIDS ended its work after four years, with members expressing frustration over how little national leaders had done to combat the disease. MUTTER Fred C. Mutter Jr., age 68, June 26, of Elgin, beloved husband of Mary L. Mutter; loving father of Frederick C. (Melissa) Mut ter V., Buffalo Grove, IL, Mary (Jeff) Lohrbach, Catherine Mutter, Anna (Jeff) Doran, Theresa (Robert) Brown and Margaret Mutter, all ot Elgin; fond grandfather of three: dearest brother of Mary Ann (Pat) O'Hara, Morton Grove, IL and Catherine (Jim) Bonk, Mt. Prospect, IL; devoted son of Rose Mutter, Chicago, IL. Retired Chief Examiner of F.D.I. C, recently owned the American Bank Consultants ot Elgin for past 13 years. Funeral Saturday with prayers 11:15 a.m. at O'Connor Homeler Funeral Home, 364 Division St., Elgin, belore going to St. Mary Church, Elgin for 11:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial. Visitation Friday evening from 4 to 9 p.m. Memorials to St. Mary Church, Elgin or St. Joseph Hospice, Elgin. 847-741-1400 NELSON Ralph Page Nelson. Navy Seabee WW II vet, beloved husband of Helen, nee Heck; loving father of Karen Gary) Gustafson, ot Wauconda; cherished grandfather of David and Steven; dear brother of Ruth Lebans, of California end the late Wesley. Visitation Sunday 3 to 9 p.m. at Kisselburg-Wauconda Funeral Home, 235 N. Main St., Wauconda. Chapel service Monday 11 a.m. Interment private. Info. 847-526-2115 O'BRIEN See Helen D. Joyce, nee O'Brien, notice. 0ELTGEN Bernhard A. Oeltgen, age 65, of Prospect Heights, loving husband of Peggie J., nee Rush; dearest father of Brian (Ellen), Lynn (Kenneth) Lundgren and Mark Oeltgen; dear grandfather of Kevin, Megan Lundgren, Katie and Maggie Oeltgen; fond brother of Peter (Faye) Oeltgen. Funeral 10 a.m. Monday at Glueckert Funeral Home, Ltd., 1520 N. Arlington Heights Rd. (four blocks south of Palatine Rd ), Arlington Heights. Visitation 3 to 9 p.m. Sunday. Interment Memory Gardens Cemetery. Family requests kindly omit flowers, contributions may be given to American Cancer Society or Hospice of Northeastern Illinois, Inc. Info. 647-253-0168 . 0LSEN Adelaide D. Olsen. beloved wife of the late Edward C; loving mother of Edward C. (Anne) Olsen, Harry G. (Maryann) Olsen and Adelaide D. (Frank) Faurie; devoted grandmother of nine; great-grandmother of 13. Funeral service Saturday, 8:45 a.m. from Southwest Funeral Home, 8230 S. Harlem, Bridgeview, to St. Albert the Great Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Boniface Cemetery. Visitation Friday, 5 to 9 p.m. 708-496-3344 0TTILIE William T. Ottilia, Mayor of Geneva. IL, age 46, father of Marty and Chris; son of Marion and Donald J. Ottilie; brother of Robert and Beth Wallace. Funeral service 11 a.m. Saturday, at Fox Valley Presbyterian Church, 227 East Side Drive, Geneva. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery, Geneva. Visitation 4 to 9 p.m. Friday at Yurs Wittenberg Funernl Home, 1771 W. State St. (Rt. 38), Geneva. In lieu of flowers, memorials to William T. Ottilie Memorial Scholarship Fund, co Lebin Financial Planning, 20 S. 2nd St.. Geneva, IL 60134 appreciated. Info. 708-232-7337 OBITUARIES Howard Everline; defended' city seal of Zion as mayor By Kenan Heise Tribune Staff Writkr Howard P. Everline, 66, mayor of Zion from 1983 to 1987, became a national media figure after atheist Robert Sherman challenged the motto "God reigns" on the city seal. Mr. Everline was a retired schoolteacher and part-time preacher. A resident of Zion, he died Wednesday in Columbus Hospital. The two debaters appeared on the NBC-TVs "Today" program, the Oprah Winfrey show and other television talk shows. They became friendly as a result and after Mr. Everline lost his reelection bid, Sherman called to offer his condolences. Mr. Everline, who had faced three other candidates in the election, attributed their candidacies to media attention and TV lights that had focused on Zion and its mayor during the debate over the city's motto. A message he left on an answering machine afterward included the following lines: "The incumbent lost, he must now find a job. No time for frustration, or even a sob." He had taught for more than 20 years at Central Junior High and at Beaulah Park Elementary School, both in Zion. Mr. Everline had first joined Meteorologist Irving Krick, 89; 1 helped select the date for D-Day Reuters LOS ANGELES Irving Krick, a pioneering meteorologist and a member of the team that chose June 6 for the D-Day invasion of Normandy by Allied forces in 1944, has died at the age of 89, it was reported this week. Mr. Krick, who was also the first person to offer commercial cloud seeding to increase rain, died at his home in Pasadena June 20, the Los Angeles Times said. He established a meteorology department at the California Institute of Technology before he left in the early days of the war and joined the Army. He became a colonel and headed the Weather Information Section of the U.S. Naval historian New York Times News Service NEWTON SQUARE, Pa. -James Alfred Field Jr., a Chicago native who was a former history professor at Swarthmore College and author on U.S. naval history and foreign relations, died Monday at his home in Newton Square. He was 80. The cause was complications after a stroke, his family said. Mr. Field joined Swarthmore in 1947 and retired in 1986 as Isaac H. Clothier professor emeritus of history and international relations. His first book, "The Japanese at Leyte Gulf (Princeton, 1947), P0RREY Isaac J. Porrey, beloved husband of Virginia, nee Stevens; loving father of Darlene (Warren) Grey; dear grandfather of David, Danny and Laura; dear great-grandpa of Jason, Robin and Sarah; fond brother of John and the late Maryn Porrey. Visitation Friday, 2 to 9 p.m. Funeral service Saturday, 11 a.m. at Robert J. Sheehy ft Sone Funeral Home, 4950 W. 79th St. Interment Mount Greenwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations ot the National Shrine ot St. Jude, 205 W. Monroe St., Chicago, IL 60606, would be appreciated. 708-857-7878 or 312-582-4400. PRESNY Paul N. Presny, suddenly, beloved husband of Theresa, nee Buck; dearest father of Bruce (Natalie). Brian IJanicei. Greaorv (Andrea) and Kevin; loving grandfather of Apryl, Sarah, Clay, Cody, Valerie and Anthony; fond brother of Angie Raash, Noreen Rusniak, Edward and Richard; also several nieces and nephews. Funeral service Saturday. 9 a.m. from Schielka Addlton Street Funeral Home, 7710 W. Addison St. to St. Francis Borgia Church for 9:30 a.m. Mass. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. Visitation Friday 2 to 9 p.m. 312-625-3444 RAMAZZINI Armando Ramazzini, beloved husband of Dlna, nee Lenzlni; dear father of Katherine (Ara) Pedian and Nancy Vichi; devoted grandfather of Lisa (Frank) Visconti, Mark Pedian, Gina Panza-rella, Phillip (Porzia) Panzarella, Andrea Pedian, Christopher (Melissa) Panzarella, Steven Pedian and Patrice Vichi; great-grandfather of Alyssa Panzarella; fond brother of Geno (Alphonsina) Ramazzini of Gaggio, Montano, Italy and the late Bianca Gualanti. Gina Sabattinl and Reno Ramazzini; also survived by many nieces and nephews. Funeral Saturday, 9:30 a.m. from Smith-Corcoran Funeral Home, 6150 N. Cicero Ave., to Queen of All Saints Basilica. Mass 10 a.m. Entombment All Saints Mausoleum. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Heart Foundation appreciated. Visitation Friday from 4 to 9 p.m. 312-736-3833 RAPATA Rose Rapata, nee Urn, beloved wife of Edward; loving mother of Karen Contilli, David (Rosanne) and Edward Jr.; grandmother of Daniel, Lauren, Matthew and Christopher. Funeral Saturday, 9 a m. from The Original Rago Brothers Norrldge Funeral Chapels, 7751 W. Irving Park Rd.. to Divine Savior Church. Mass 9:30 a m. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Visitation Thursday 5 to 9 D m. and Friday 2 to 9 p.m. 312-276-7800. REDDEL William N. Reddel Jr. of Browntown, Wl. age 63. died Wednesday. June 26. 1996, at his home. born Feb. 11, 1933, in Chicago, son of the late William N. sr. and uiaire. nee Mimp, neoaei. Married Mary Kay Ford in Chicago, Graduate ot Purdue University, Vice President of AON Corp.. Chicago, before moving to Browntown In 1992. Member of ST. Victor Catholic Church, Monroe. Survivors Include his wife Mary Kay ot Browntown; children William N. (Rebekah) Reddel III of Londonderry, NJ, Michelle Reddel of San Francisco, CA and Lisa (John) Dorsey ot Rapid City, SD; stepchildren Donald Hennessy of Knoxville, TN, John Hennessy of St. Louis. MO and Thomas Hennessy of Browntown; grandchildren Christina Rasanen, Jordan and Alexis Reddel; preceded in death by stepdaughter Mary Hennessy MAss of Christian Burial Monday, July 1. 1996. 10 a m., at St. Victor Catholic Church, 1760 14th St., Monroe. Fr. Stephen Umhoefer, celebrant. Interment in Beverly Cemetery, Chicago. Friends may call at the Newcomer Funeral Home, 1329 31st Ave., Monroe, 608-325-4634. Sunday, 5 to 8 p.m.. with rosary service at 8 p.m., and at the church on Monday, one hour prior to the service. A memorial fund has been established in William's name for St. Victor Catholic Church. . T Howard P. Everline in 1986 city government as a member tif the council- in 1971. He was elected mayor in 1983. ' He was a graduate of St. Pal Bible College and Trinity College-Survivors include his wife, Mar-jorie; a son, Joel; his mother, Ruth McKinley; and a brother. Visitation will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday in the Congdfn Funeral Home, 3012 Sheridan Rd., Zion. Services for Mr. Everlfiie will be held there at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. Strategic Air Forces in Europe. , Mr. Krick and five other meteorologiststwo from the British Air Ministry, two from the British Admiralty and another Americanwere given the task of finding a three-day window of cajm weather for the air and sea invasion of France in 1944. They chose June 6, 7 and 8. Mr. Krick returned to Caltech after the war but left in 1948; jo devote his energies full-time to his meteorological consulting firm, which he had established in 1936 Hollywood filmmakers were among his clients. Among other things, he was asked to predict which night's weather would e right to film the burning pf Atlanta for "Gone With.,te Wind." ,,;:; James A; Field traced the events leading to one of the epic battles at sea and the destruction of Japan's naval might. The hook's perspective derived largely from the accounts of Japanese fleet officers who haid taken part in the fighting against U.S. forces. - Mr. Field, who served in the Navy from 1942 to 1946, fought ui that battle as a gunnery officer on a U.S. carrier. J He also wrote "History of U.. Naval Operations: Korea" (Government Printing Office, 1962). : , Mr. Field graduated from Harvard in 1937 and received his master's degree and doctorate there. RILEY Jean E. Riley, nee SadowsM, beloved wife of the late James R. Riley, CPD; loving mother of James R. Jr. CPD (Pam), Jean, CPD (the late James) O'Donnell, Mary Pat Riley, CPD, Kathleen (Pat Mulhearn) Riley, John M. and Joseph Riley; dear grandmother of Matthew, John, Andrew, Michael O'Donnell, Colleen, CPD (Michael, CPD) Burnette, Katie McMahon, John Jr., Jacob, Kelly, Alison, Patrick and Steven Riley; fond sister of Joseph, Genevieve, Christine Rowel I and the late Florence Hundhausen, Edward, her twin Reglna Hoi-sapple and Veronica Zack; sister-in-law of Mary Ellen O'Shea; also loved by many nieces and nephews. Visitation Thursday 6 to 9 p.m. and Friday 2 to 9 p.m. Funeral Saturday 9:15 a.m. from the Brady-Gilt Funeral Home (Heeney-Laughlln Directors), 2929 W. 87th St., to St. Linus Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary. 312-238-5500 or 708-636-5500. R0SSLER ' - ' Michael A. Rossler. of Beecher, IL, beloved husband of Marilyn; loving dad of Cheryl Kuhn, Joyce (Mark) Beedie and Julia (Brian) Cleary; dear brother of Robert and Adele. Visitation Saturday 4 to 7 p.m. at Hack Funeral Home, 753 Hodges Beecher. Services 7 p.m. Info 708-946-2161 . . 2 ROTHSCHILD George W. Rothschild, died June 25 at Evanston Hospital after a long Illness. Survived by his wife Valerie Myers; daughter, Jane (Robert) Jacobsen: son, John (ellen); and three grandchildren Retired judge of the Circuit Court ol Cook County and Former General Council, Vice President and Director ot GATX Corporation and Chairman and member of numerous Chicago Bar Associations and Civic Committees. Services were private and friends are invited to gather at 2733 Lincoln St in Evanston on Sunday, June 30 from 3 to 5p m For further details call 312-276-7800. In lieu of flowers contributions may be sent to Evanston Hospitel' 2650 Ridge Ave. or The Evanston Art Center, 2603 Sheridan Rd. RYCZEK John M. Ryczek, age 58, of Berwyn, beloved husband of Arlene, nee Flanagan; cherished son of Estelle and the late Mail thew; loving father of Deborah (David) Walaszek, John, Donna (Richard) Nowinskl and Julie (John) Davis; dear grandfather ot Matthew, Adam and Jenna; fond brother of Barbara (Tony) Palermo Resting at Kopickl'a Heritage Funeral Home, 3117 South Oak Park Avenue. Berwyn. Visitation Friday 3 to 8 p.m. Funeral Saturday 10:45 a.m. to St Leonard Church for 11:30 a.m. Mass. Interment Queen of Heaven. 708-788-7775. , RYDIN Rudolph G. Rydin, beloved husband of the late Anne; loving father of Theodore (Saundra) Joan (Arthur) Ebert and the late Richard (Carol Donahue) Rydin; fond grandlather of Robert, Jeffrey and William Rydin, Karen Yancey, Linda Half-mann and Judith Ebert; great-grandfather of 10 Memorial Service Saturday 2:30 p.m. at the Evangelical Convenant Church of Hinsdale, Fourth and Garfield Strets, Hinsdale. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Brandel Care Center 2155 Pfingsten Rd. Northbrook. IL 60062 or Charity of vour choice Interment Bronswood. Arrangements handled by Elliston Funeral Horn 708-323-0275 c To place your Fraternal Notice, VCall (312) 222-2222 1 iE 3

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