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8 Section 4 Chicago Tribune, Sunday, June 20, 1999 John Lloyd, 51, a British arche-ologist and an Oxford academic whose work shed light on the lives of ordinary people in classical times; he was just 24 when he was appointed field director at the site of the ancient Greek and Roman city of Berenice, now part of the Libyan port of Benghazi; his team completed a major excavation and compiled a large amount of data about life in Berenice in the three centuries before Christ; May 31 in London, of a brain tumor. Harold S. Fawcett, 82, a Navy photographer who captured memorable scenes of the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941; some of his photographs of mighty warships exploding, burning and rolling belly-up were considered too disturbing to be made public soon after the outbreak of World War II; these images began to be published on the first anniversary of the attack in Life magazine and in many American newspapers; June 12 in Grafton, W. Va. Dolores Jimenez Alcantara, one of flamenco's leading singers, better known as "La Nina de la Puebla" (The Girl from Puebla); she was given her stage name in recognition of her birthplace, Puebla de Cazalla, just outside Seville; blind from childhood, she dedicated herself to music from her early years and in the 1960s and 1970s captured the hearts of flamenco artists and fans; she was to have received Spain's Gold Medal, for Fine Arts from King Juan Carlos next week; June 14 in Madrid. Cardinal Basil Hume, 76, leader of the Roman Catholic Church of England and Wales and one of the most admired public figures in Britain; his ability to cut through complicated moral arguments and get to the nub of the matter made his a voice heard beyond his own church; he surprised some in 1993 when he affirmed the dignity of homosexuals, telling them "not to develop a sense of guilt or think of themselves as unpleasing to God. On the contrary, they are precious to God"; June 17 in London, of cancer. Wardell Yotaghan, 53; a public housing activist who co-founded the Coalition to Protect Public Housing and was involved in the Chicago Association of Resident Managers Corporation; June 15 at Cook County Hospital, of a heart attack. J.F. Powers, 81, a National Book Award-winning novelist and one of the most admired American short story writers of the 1950s; he was a key figure in the cultural emergence of American Catholi- continued from preceding page BARASA J. Laurence Barasa, 82, of Chicago, died Tuesday. June 8, 1999 at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, beloved lather of William A. (Jeanne D. Beckmanl, Robert A., James A. (Alison) and Mary Ann (Thomas) Cunnifl; loving grandfather of 10;, dear brother of Bernard Louis Barasa. A graduate of the University of Michigan Undergraduate Program and Law School. A practicing attorney tor over 50 years. Visitation 3 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, June 22. Funeral 9 a.m. Wednesday, June 23, 1999 at Blake-Lamb Funeral Home. 1035 N. Dearborn St., Chicago. Mass 10 a.m. at Assumption BVM Church, 323 W. Illinois St.. Chicago, with a reception to follow of family and friends at the Evanston Goll Cl'jb. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Division of Allergy-Immunology Dept. of Medicine. Tarry Building 3-711, Mail Code S207, 303 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, IL 60611-3008. Info. 312-944-5594. BARTON Patrick M. Barton, beloved husband of Kathleen, nee Overhoft; cherished son of the late John and Mane, nee Palmisano; loving brother of Anne Mane and the late T.J.; dear nephew of Eleanore Todd; beloved son-in-law of Walter (Lucy) Hauer; . also many cousins. Funeral Monday, 930 a.m. from Modell Funeral Home, 7710 S Cass Ave., Darien, to Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Visitation Sunday. 2 to 9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to Pat Barton Memorial Fund, co Amerimark Bank, 5456 S. LaGrange Rd., Countryside, IL 60525. 630-852-3595 BASS - Renee Bass, nee Greenberg, of Sunrise Lakes. Florida, formerly of Chicago, Illinois, beloved wife of Herman Bass; loving mother of Alan (Faith) and Fern (Greg) Poulsen; devoted grandmother of David and Jordan Bass, Michael and Michelle Poulsen; dear sister of the late Edward Greenberg Graveside service Tuesday, 10 a.m. at Shalom Memorial Park Cemetery (sect. 14A), Rand Rd. S Rt. 53. Arlington Heights. Rememberances may be made to Cancer Research Foundation or Heart Research Foundation, 135 South LaSalle, Suite 1950. Chicago, IL 60603. Lloyd Mandel Levayah Funeral, 847-679-3939 or 888-LEVAYAH. To place your Fraternal Notice, call (312) 222-2222 at M. DuPage Cremations, Ltd. offers personalized service to help make the loss of a loved one easier to bear. At your time of need, we come to your home to make all arrangements. We assist you in obtaining important documents, including death certificates and life insurance claims. And our services includes an urn at no extra charge. Advance registration is available for individuals who wish to help ease the burden for their families even more. For additional information or a registration packet, please call 1-800-588-1 132 ext. 800 24 hours or return the attached coupon. DUfAGE CREMATIONS, LTD P.O. Box 5155 Wheaton.IL 60189-5155 DEATHS LAST WEEK Z . Cardinal Basil Hume Wardell Yotaghan cism in the postwar years; much of his fiction centered on the priesthood; some of his collections include "Prince of Darkness" (1947), "The Presence of Grace" (1956), "Morte d'Urban" (1963), "Look How the Fish Live" (1975) and "Wheat That Springeth Green" (1988); June 12 in Collegevule, Minn. Herman Jaeger, 74, of North-brook; a German immigrant who was forced to build V-l and V-2 rockets for the German army before being liberated from a concentration camp in 1945; he came to the United States and founded the real estate firm Jaeger & Jaeger in 1970; June 12 at Vencor Hospital-Lake Shore following complications from heart surgery. Arthur J. Licitra, 72, of Bar-tlett; spent 25 years on the Forest Park Fire Department where he acquired the rank of lieutenant, then retired in the 1970s and began working as a maintenance man at Benson School in Itasca; June 15 in St Alexius Medical Center, Hoffman Estates. Joseph R. Gill, 88, World War II Marine veteran; started off as an officer on the Chicago Police Department, graduated from John Marshall Law School, took a job as an assistant Cook County Public Defender, later moved on to become a prosecutor, was elected judge in 1965 and retired from the bench where he was known to tell a good story in 1980; June 12 in Bradenton, of congestive heart failure. H. Peter Keller, 54, a German immigrant who founded Keller Orthotics, a Chicago-based company that manufactures braces for children with debilitating diseases or disabilities; of lung cancer at Alexian Brothers Hospice House in Elk Grove Village. Dr. Milton H. Sneider, 85, a doctor who was commissioned to work in World War II and returned to Chicago to work at the Westown Medical Center where he worked with people injured in industrial accidents; he most recently worked for the Chicago Transit Authority where he inves BEAVERS Ray G. Coach Beavers, of Palos Park, IL, beloved husband of Marguerite, nee Bud-dinq; fond father of Leslie (Jack) Fasel and Tracy Beavers; grandfather of Kyle and Taylor Fasel. Memorial services will be held July 6, 1999 at The Church of the Transfiguration, 123rd and 86th Ave., Palos Park, IL, 7 p.m. Memorials to the above church would be appreciated. Van Henkelum Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. 708-448-3530. BEIERWALTES John "Jack" Aris Beierwaltes, 85, of Evanston, formerly of Wilmette and Winnetka. June 13, husband of Evelyn Jo and the late Virginia H. Beierwaltes; father of John M (Dotti). Richard R. (Ruth), William T. (Lynda) Beierwaltes and Gayle A, (Kent) Burnison; stepfather of Anne J. (Steven) Gilford and Thomas A, (Patricia) Johnson; grandfather of 13; great-grandfather of four; brother of Or. William Mary Martha) Beierwaltes; uncle of Lynn Haun, Cathy Leiter. Bill, Fred and Doug Morgan, Andrew and Will Beierwaltes and Marty Maloney. Memorial Service 10 a.m. Friday, June 25, at the Elliott Chapel of the Presbyterian Homes, 3131 Simpson St. (Golf Rd), Evanston. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Executive Service Corps, 30 W, Monroe St., Suite 600, Chicago. IL 60603-2404. appreciated. Info. Wm. H. Scott Funeral Home, 847-251-8200 BELL Karol Bell, nee Klor, beloved wife and best friend of Samuel K.. loving mother of Melissa and Stephanie; devoted daughter of the late Joe and Lorraine Klor; dear daughter-in-law of Dorothy and the late Maurice Bell; cherished sister of Harold (Janice) Klor and Susan (the late Sheldon) Kopff; fond niece of Fred (Lillian) Hochfelder, Rose and Louis Klor; beloved aunt and friend to many. Service Monday. 10 a m. at The Weinatein Family Services Wilmette Chapel, 111 Skokie Blvd.. Wilmette (1 block North ol Old Orchard). Interment Westlawn Cemetery. Norridge. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Cancer Care Center at Lutheran General Hospital. 1700 Luther Ln., Park Ridge, IL 60068. Into. 847-256-5700 tds, Jims, oj i Name City urn;, rr J.F. Powers tigated fraudulent worker compensation claims; June 13; Condell Medical Center, Libertyville. Carmen Perry, 93, whose translation of a Mexican officer's memoir ignited controversy because it described the alleged capture and execution of Davy Crockett at the Alamo; nearly a quarter-century after its publication, "With Santa Anna in Texas: Diary of Jose Enrique de la Pena" remains the subject of debate among historians; after her translation of the diary was published in 1975, she received threatening mail and phone calls from people who questioned why she was dishonoring the Texas hero; June 11 in San Antonio. Frank Sordello, 62, an engineer who held 44 high-tech patents, including the electronic tachometer used in virtually all computer disk drives; he began his professional career at IBM in 1960; from 1973 to 1975, he served on a U.S. Commerce Department advisory committee on computer peripherals and components; in 1978, he helped establish one of the applied-research centers at Memorex and was named a corporate vice president and a Memorex fellow the following year, he received a Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award in 1993 from Santa Clara; June 6 in Los Gates, Calif., of colon cancer. Bruno Balke, 92, a man considered to be a founding father in sports medicine; in 1950, he was recruited by the U.S. Air Force to teach at the School of Aviation Medicine in Texas; he spent a decade at the school, investigating human adaptation to high altitude, deep space simulation and in-flight stress; he wrote several papers linking oxygen consumption, exercise and health; in 1967, he helped create the American College of Sports Medicine; June 7 in Aspen, Colo. Anna McCune Harper, 99, who replaced Helen Wills Moody in 1930 as the top-ranked U.S. women's tennis player; she won the mixed doubles at Wimbledon in 1931; June 14 in Moraga, Calif. BENNETT Edith M. Bennett, nee Pomrenke, 86, 50 year resident of Palatine, wife of the late Chester Bennett; mother of Barbara (David) Abramson and Donald (Sharon) Bennett; grandmother of Scott, Lynn. Todd, Kimberly, Kelly and Katrlna; great-grandmother otPatrick Joseph, Adam, Erin, Lauren, Drew and Erik; sister of Robert and the late Bea Pomrenke, the late Gertrude Kopp and the late Walter Pomrenke; daughter of the late Julius and Bertha Pomrenke. Visitation Monday, 4 to 9 p.m. at Ahlgrlm t Sons Funeral Home, 201 N Northwest Hwy., Palatine. In stale Tuesday, at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 200 N. Plum Grove Rd., Palatine, from 10 a.m. until time of service at 11 a.m. Interment Windridge Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Immanuel Lutheran Church. 847-358-7411. To place your Dedication Announcement, call (312) 222-2222. Loux YES, Please tend me additional information: State Zip J Send To: DuPage Cremations, Ltd. J P.O.Box 5ISS Wheaton,ILt0lfJ9-5ISS Tnb! BERMAN Andrew Mitchell Berman, 53. suddenly, in Aman, Jordan, while on vacation, resident of Buffalo Grove, dearly beloved husband of Barbara, nee Cohen: devoted father of Jennifer and Gregg; loving son of Gertrude and the late Sol Berman; son-in-law of Rebecca and Leonard Cohen; dear brother of Ira (Cheryl) Berman and Leslie (Richard) Friedman; brother-in-law of Eileen (Neal) Sufrin and Nanette (Scott) Karoll; friend of many. Funeral service Monday 1 p m. at Temple Chai, Checker Road V mile North of Lake-Cook Road, West of Arlington Heights Road), Long Grove. Interment Shalom Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Andy's name to the American Heart Association. 208 S. LaSalle St., 900, Chicago, IL 60604. would be appreciated. Info: The Plser Chapel, 847-679-4740 or www.obitdetaiis.com BERN Ann Bern, nee Meisner, beloved wife of the late Sam Lopata and Max Bern; loving mother of Dr. Howard (Colette) Lopata; cherished grandmother of Steven (Jodi), Paul (Dr. Linda), Robert (Betsy) Lopata and Karen Kraus (fiance Robert Natkin); proud great-grandmother of seven; life member of the Pioneer Women. Chapel service Monday, 2 p.m. at The Welnstein Family Services Wilmette Chapel, 111 Skokie Blvd , Wilmette (1 block N. of Old Orchard). Interment Westlawn Cemetery. Norridge. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the charity of your choice. Service into: 847-256-5700. BERNARD Henry M. Bernard III. 58. of Key West. FL and formerly of Lake Forest and Deerfield, beloved husband of' Karen; loving father of Tracy and Brent; dear brother of Helene Bernard. Elizabeth Bernard and the late Diane Bernard-Anton. Henry was a fond uncle of many. A Memorial Mass will be held 11 a m. Saturday. June 26 at Holy Cross Church, 724 Elder Lane. Deerfield. IL. Interment private. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 777 Central Avenue, Highland Park, IL 60035. BERNARD Ruthe Bernard, nee Oawitt, beloved wife of Irving H. Bernard: loving mother of Jeff (Nona) Bernard and Ed (Diana) Bernard: cherished grandmother of Blake. Mara and Sean Bernard. Service Monday 1 p m at The Plser Chapel, 9200 N. Skokie Blvd. (at Church St.), Skokie. Interment Westlawn. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be made to the charity of your choice. Information: 847-679-4740 . BIANCO Laura Bianco, nee Pedl, age 87, beloved wife of the late Nick: loving mother of Richard (Mary Ann) and Antoinette (John) Lullo; dearest grandmother of Karen (Stan) Price, Vicki (Ralph) Stevens, John Nick Lullo and Mary (Mike) Podjasek: great-grandmother of nine; fond sister of Leonard (Lois) Cuttone and Jeanette Conrad. Funeral Monday, 9 a m. from The Montclalr-Lucanla Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont Ave., to St. William Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Joseph Mausoleum. Visitation Sunday only. 3 to 9:30 p.m. 773-622-9300 BIDERMAN Frances J. Biderman, fond sister of the late Barbara (James) Johnson, the late Michael (the late Julia), the late Gabriel, the late Anthony and the late Thomas (Veronica); aunt of Barbara Bybee, Thomas (Cathy) Biderman and the late Patricia Carroll; great-aunt and great-great-aunt. Funeral Monday, June 21 at 6:45 a m. from Baran Funeral Home Ltd.. 2644-46 N. Central Ave., to Maternity B.V.M. Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Alzheimer's Assoc. would be appreciated. Member of P.N. A. Visitation Sunday 4 to 9 p.m. Info, 773-622-1488 . B0RATYN George M. Boratyn Jr., beloved husband of Elaine, nee Barakett; beloved son of Joane, nee Sperczek and the late George Sr.; dear brother of Pamela (Ken) Dzien and James (Bernadette); fond uncle of Kimberly, Nicole (Brian), Jimmy and Jackie. Funeral Tuesday, 9 a.m. from Cumberland Chapels, 8300 W. Lawrence Ave., Norridge to St. Juliana Church, mass 10 a m. Interment St, Adalbert Cemetery. Former Assistant Attorney General, State of Illinois. Visitation Monday, 3-9 p.m. 708-456-8300. B0RKE Eric Benjamin Borke, age 17, beloved son of John and Camille Borke; loving brother of Jesse Abraham Borke; devoted grandson of Lars and the late Betty Borke and Morree and Cynthia Levine, Memorial Service 7 p.m. Friday, June 25 at the Unity Church of Oak Park, 405 N. Euclid Ave., Oak Park. Please omit flowers. BREZINA A , llh Veronica C. Brezina, age 93, beloved wife of the late Joseph L; dear mother of Joan (William) Manning; proud grandmother of four and great-grandmother of three. Visitation Sunday 5 p.m a.,. i ,..n ain a m tinti time of unui s u in, a"u mu'iu.J - - funeral 9:30 a.m. at Gibbons Funeral Home, 134 S York Road (12 mi. N of St. Charles Rd ), Eimhurst. Mass of Christian Burial 10 a m at Immaculate conception oamauc v-hutuh. . l Uaawon P.athnlir. CfimeterV. Hi I mem uubwi wi i.e..... -- . side In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions mav be made to Saint Philomena Catholic Grade a CmH Ponria nr Saint Thomas OCMUUI tuuuniiiDi,, u.,u, Catholic Parish Building Fund, Peoria. For funeral information pieasu can gju-ujtw,w . BUCKERT William F. Buckert beloved husband of the $5 late Jeane; devoted son of Rosalie and the late oari bucnert; lovinq Drotner or uari (the late Geraldine), Thomas (Vivienne), Maryann (Robert) Grasch and Harry Buckert; fond uncle of many. Funeral Monday, 9 a.m. from Hursen Funeral Home. S.W. corner of Roosevelt and Mannheim 'Rds., HillsideWestchester to Devine Infant Church, Westchester. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Visitation Sunday 3-9 p.m info..toii-free tjuu-&t2-uu02. BURRER Carl Burrer, devoted husband of the lafe Rita, nee Handel and dear friend of Rosella .. .u.,.,, ,diiici ji ucip rani; diu VvllflS ljuifci. tunu yianuiauier or my ano tsraa visitation Monday 3 to 9 p.m.. at Cumberland Chapels, 8300 W, Lawrence Ave., Norridge. Lying in slate Tuesday 10 a.m. until time of Service 11am at Acacia Park Lutheran Church. 4307 N. Oriole, Norridge. Interment Acacia Park Cemetery. Member of Order of Masons and V F.W. Post. Park Ridge. In lieu of flowers, donations made to the American Brain Tumor Association. 2720 River Rd., Des Plaines, IL 60018 would be appreciated 708-456-8300 . CAMPBELL Florence M. Campbell, nee Oetting beloved wife of the late Ansel O. "James" Campbell; loving mother of John (Angelina) Campbell and Diane (Sam) Witt; devoted grandmother of Christopher, Johnny, Lori, Helly and Brad; dear great-grand-molher of Joshua, Jerrod, Lindsey and Cameron. Resting at Lewis Funeral Home, 7600 W. Grand Ave. (at the Circle), Elmwood Park. Monday, from 3 to 9 p.m. Funeral Tuesday, June 22. at 1 p.m., at the funeral home. Interment Elmwood Cemetery, River Grove. Info. 708-453-1234 or 773-625-5055. CANT0RE Rosalie Cantore. nee Vltale, beloved wife of the late Andrew "Chile" Cantore; loving mother of Anna Volpe and the late Joseph "Bear" Cantore; dearest grandmother of Rosanne; dear daughter of the late Joseph and Rose Vitale; fond daughter-in-law of the late Andrew and Anna Cantore; loving aunt and great-aunt of many; friend to many. Funeral Monday. 10 a.m. Irom Salerno's Gaiewood Chapels, Frank Reda Son Directors. 1857 N. Harlem Ave to the Shrine ol Our Lady of Pompeii. Mass 11 a.m. Interment Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Visitation Sunday only 3-9 p.m. 773-889-1700 CARB0NARE See Mary Dalle Carbonate notice. CHIMP0ULIS Frank N. Chimpoulis Jr., Sgt, CPD retired, age 70. late of Fontana. Wl. loving husband ol Rosemary, nee Beyer; dear father ol Jay (Elizabeth); fond grandfather of Nicholas Francis and John Paul, brother of John Chimpoulis and the late Catherine Keller; uncle of many nieces and nephews Funeral Monday. 9:15 a m. from Donnellan Funeral Home, 10525 S. Western Ave . to Christ the King Cnurch. Mass 10 a m Interment Evergreen Cemetery. Visitation Sunday 4 to 9 p m. 773-238-0075 CHRISTOPHER Rose Christopher, nee DePatquale, loving wife of Anthony; dearest mother of Marnetta (the late Edward) Duncan, Charlotte (Fernando, CPD) Mon-tilla, Anthony, the late Anna. Anna. Angelo (Sue), Rose (Ken) Pencak. Charles (Carol), August (Mil-licent), Dominic (Judi), James and Joseph (Lori); beloved grandmother of Lucy, Michael. Anthony, Andrew, Charles, Angela, Rose. Carmen, Dominic, Stephanie and Michelle, aunt of many nieces and nephews Funeral Monday 8 45 a m from Salerno s Gaiewood Chapel, Ralph Massey, Funeral Director, 1857 N Harlem Ave., to Our Lady of Pompeii Shrine, Mass 10 a.m. Interment Mount Carmel Cemetery. Please omit flowers, Visitation Saturday and Sunday 3 to 9 p.m. 773-889-1700 CODE Alice M Code nee Powers age 90. beloved wife of the fate John J. Code: devoted mother of John M (Ardis Ann) Code, dear grandmother of Kelly Ann (Scott) Kmsey and Traci Ann Code (finance, Johnathan Paetsch); fond sister of the iate Kathleen Murphy. Retired office manager from the International Brotherhood of Fireman & Oilers Union Local 7 (S E I U ) in 1964 after 35 years of service Funeral Tuesday 8 30 a m from Hursen Funeral Home. S W corner of Roosevelt and Mannheim Rds . HillsideWestchester to St John of the Cross Church Western Springs Vass 9 30 a m. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Visitation Monday, 4 to 9 p m Into toll free 800-562-0082 CONNOLLY Francis J. Frank Connolly, born Into eternity June 9, 1999, beloved son of the late i Mary and James: cherished brother of Mary Schubert and the late James and John; fond uncle of Margaret. Kathleen. James, Mary, Theresa and Connie. Retired CTA employee. Memorial mass to be held at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to Ftldgemoor Chapels. 773-736-2693 . CRISANT! Angetine Crisanti, nee Pennlsi, beloved wife of the late Vincent; loving mother of Catherine. Barbara and Mary; dear aunt to many nieces and nephews. Memorial service Friday, June 25, 10 a.m. at Queen of Heaven Cemetery Chapel, 1400 S. Wolf Rd.. Hillside. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Salvation Army appreciated. 773-774-4100 . DALLE Mary Dalle Carbonate, nee Ostarello, age 96, wife of the late Valentino: mother of Maryann (Frank) Brazzale, Rosalyn (Fred) Zaplatosch and John (Jenny) Dalle; grandmother of 15; great-grandmother of 19: sister of Nina (the late Al) Augello and the late Anna (late Joseph) Mar-chetti, Joseph (Mary) Panozzo and John (late Angle) Ostarello: "Zia Mary" to many. Resting at Panozzo Bros. Funeral Home, 530 W. 14th St. (U S. Rt. 30. 3 blocks E. of Western Ave.). Chicago Heights, on Sunday. 2 to 9 p.m. Funeral Monday, 8 45 a.m., to St. Anthony Church. Kensington. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. Anthony Home, 201 Franciscan Drive, Crown Point, IN 46307, or St. Anthony Church. 11533 S, Prairie Ave., Chicago 60628. 708-481-9230. DAUGHERTY Marguerite Daugherty. nee Lynch, at rest May 31, 1999. beloved mother of Dennis, Daniel (Laurie), Merideth (Paul) Burk, Grayce (Jim) O'Toole, Matthew (Kathy), Patrick (Mary Kay) and Shannon; cherished grandmother of Paul, Colin. Charles, David. John, Bre'tt, Rory, Brigid, Mark, Katharine and Elizabeth. Memorial Mass St. Matthias Church, 2310 W. Ainslte. Chicago, Saturday, June 26. 1999, 10 a m. Arrangements entrusted to Rid gemoor Chapels, 773-736-2693. DeMARCO Grace DeMarco, nee Signorella, 87, of Addison, beloved wife of the late Frank; loving mother of Ronald (Judy); dearest grandmother of Diane, Jonathan, Mark and the late Ronald; dear sister of Catherine (the late Anthony) Giordano. Funeral service Monday 9.15 am. from Humes Funeral Home, 320 W. Lake St.. Addison. (2 mi. W. of 83. 2 mi E. of 53). to St, Joseph Church for Mass at 10 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven. Visitation 3 to 9 p.m. Sunday. 630-628-8808 DiVINCENZO Anthony DiVincenzo, age 74, died Thursday, June 17, 1999 at Columbia Sunrise Hospital. He was a resident of Las Vegas, NV, formerly of Chicago, IL. Survivors include his wife, Gertrude of Las Vegas, NV; his son, Anthony (Janice) of Lake Bluff, IL; his daughter, Gertrude (Cal) Hannah of Las Vegas, NV; and his brother, Dominic (Anto-nette) of Las Vegas, NV; grandchildren, Anthony and Nicholas. 'Anthony was a member of the Moose Lodge 1. Memorial Mass, Friday, July 2, 1999, 11 a.m., at Church of St. Mary, 185 E. Illinois, Lake Forest. IL In lieu of flowers donations to the Nevada Donor Network, Inc., 4580 S. Eastern Ave., Ste. 33, Las Vegas, NV 89119 appreciated. DUNCAN See Rose Christopher notice EPSTEIN Mae Epstein, beloved wife of the late Morris L. Epstein; devoted mother of Sheldon L. Epstein; loving grandmother of two; cherished great-grandmother of two. Graveside services Monday, 12 noon at Westlawn Cemetery, section Eastlake, 7801 W. Montrose, Norridge. Condolences to P.O. Box 400, Wilmette. IL 60091, would be appreciated. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the George J. Goldman Home, 6601 W. Touhy Ave., Niles, IL 60714. Arrangements by Chicago Jewish Funerals, David Jacobson, Funeral Director (Jewish Burial Society), 847-509-5011. www.obitdetails.com. ESP0SIT0 Anne F. Esposito. nee Kuhta. beloved wife of the late Sam; loving mother of Patrick (Carol) and Frances Esposito, June (John) Trager and Joanne (Mario) DiCristofano; fond grandmother of Kath-ryn (Nick) Tanglis, Tisha (Tom) Holm and Mario. Carly and Kristyn DiCristofano and the late Eva-Marie and the late Patrick Esposito; great-grandmother of Alexa and Dean Tanglis; dear sister of Mary (the late Tony) D'Andrea, Joseph (Frances) and Steve Kuhta and the late Rose (the late Richard) Busenbark; fond aunt of many. Funeral Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. from Cumberland Chapels, 8300 W. Lawrence Ave,, Norridge to Our Lady Mother of the Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Maryhill cemetery. Please omit flowers. Visitation Monday from 3 p.m. until 9 p.m, 708-456-8300 FELTY Ivan Felty, June 17, 1999, beloved husband of Virginia R., nee Bates; loving father of Ivan M. Ill and Shawn Marie Felty; dear grandfather of Kristen Nicole Felty and Andrew Ross Cerney; fond brother of Alvin, Arlene Bez and Lorraine Christini. Funeral Services Monday. 10 a m at Eweld-Barlock Funeral Home, 2501-03 N. Southport Ave. Interment Arlington Cemetery. Please omit flowers. Kindly make donations to VITAS Hospice, 580 Waters Edge. Suite 100, Lombard, IL 60148. Visitation 3 to 9 p.m. on Sunday. Info, 773-549-0098 . FIEK0WSKY Stanley M. Fiekowsky, 67, of LaGrange Park, beloved husband of Agnes Arline, nee Olson; loving father of Barbara (Harold) Mueller and Eiayne Morris; proud grandfather of Christopher, Jason, Wesley, Brian and Nathan; dear brother of Seymour (Hortense) and Donald (Naomi). Funeral service Tuesday, 10 a.m. at the Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 229 S Main St., Lombard. Interment Oak Ridge Cemetery. Visitation Monday, 3 to 9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Info 630-627-1400. FILTER Patrick S. Pat Filter, Attorney at Law, beloved husband of Rose, nee Boland, dear father of Rosemary (James) Larkin, Patrick S. Jr.. Maureen (Thomas) Nolan, John (Janet). Siobhan (Mark) Conroy, Thomas (Judie) and Kevin (Rose) Filter; foster father of Domingo Trujillo; devoted grandfather of 13. Visitation Sunday 2 to 6 p.m. at Wllllams-Kampp Funeral Home, 430 E. Roosevelt Rd., Wheaton (1 blk E. of Naper-ville Rd.) Visitation Monday, 9:30 am. until time of Mass 10 a.m. at Infant Jesus of Prague Church, 1131 Douglas, Fiossmoor, IL. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Respond Now, 1439 Emerald Ave , Chicago Heights, IL 60411, appreciated. Info. 630-668-0016 FISCHER Carole J. Fischer, nee Bonesz. of Riverside, IL, beloved wife of the late John A.; loving mother of Jeffrey: dearest grandmother of Heather and Ashley: fond sister of Elaine (Walter) Harting and Leroy "Bud" (Dawn) Bonesz. Visitation Monday, from 3 until 9 p.m. at the Conboy-Westchester Funeral Home, 10501 W. Cermak Rd., Westchester (2 blocks west of Mannheim). Family and friends will gather Tuesday, at 11 a.m. for the funeral service at the Ascension Lutheran Church, 400 Nuttallv Riverside, IL. Entombment Woodlawn. Member of Plezensky Sokol. Memorial contributions would be appreciated to the Ascension Lutheran Church. For further info. 708-F-U-N-E-R-A-L. F0SNACHT - John P. Fosnacht, 36. of Berkeley, formerly of Eimhurst, beloved son of the late Fred and Rita Fosnacht: loving brother of Linda (John) Siebolds, Mary (Tim) Yep, Rita Rogers, Fred (Mary Kay), Patrick (Cathy) and the late Jennifer: dear uncle of Peter, John, Michael, Patrick, Janine, Stephanie. Andy. Christine and Jacob. Visitation Monday. 9 a.m. until time of prayers. 10:15 a.m. at Steuerle Funeral Home, 350 S. Ardmore Ave., Villa Park, to Visitation Church, 851 S. York Rd., Eimhurst. Mass 10:45 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery, For info: 630-832-4161. FR0WERK Brother Frederick 'A. Frowerk, S.J., June 16, 1999, in Clarkston, Ml, formerly of Chicago, age 90. In state at Colombiere Center, Clarkston, Ml, Tuesday 5 to 8 p.m., with Prayers Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Funeral Mass at Colombiere Wednesday 10:45 a m. Memorial tributes to Colombiere Center. Arrangements by A.J. Desmond ft Sons Funeral Home. Troy. Ml. 248-362-2500 . GAST0RF Betty M. Gastorf. nee Miller, of Elgin, formerly of Des Plaines, beloved wife and friend for 54 years of Robert A.; loving mother of Bonnie (John) Whiting, William (Patricia) and Bert (Deborah); proud grandmother of Steve Whiting, Stacey (Joshua) Foster. Trent. Holly, Robin. Benjamin and Derek Gastorf; fond sister of Robert (Patricia) Miller; devoted aunt of many Memorial services Monday at 10 a m in the Miller Funeral Home, 504 W. Main St (Rte, 72. 3 blocks east of Rte, 31) in West Dundee. Please omit flowers. Memorials may be made to the chanty of one's choice. For info. 847-426-3436. GERRITY Berenice Hogan Gernty. born in Chicago, passed away June 12. 1999 in Spokane, WA, survived by her daughter. Patricia Ann Gernty King of Sagle, ID; brother, Philip J Hogan; sisters. Mary H. Kelly of University City, OH and Betty H. Heidenson of Spokane; grandchildren, A. Bruce King of Post Falls, (p. Cathy P. King of Deer Park. WA and Julia A. King of Coeur d'Alene. ID. Berenice has been a resident ol the community for 25 years. She was a member of St. John Vianney Catholic Church. Services will be held in July in Chicago. Hennessey-Smilh Funeral Horn 509-328-2600 . G0GGIN Daniel Gerard Goggm, suddenly, age 41. loving father of Matthew McSweeney and Anthony John, former husband of Paula, nee Cifelh. beloved son of John and Helen, nee McSweeney; dearest brother of John (Sandy). Michael (Nancy), lerr-ence (Gail), Brian (Kathy). Kevin (Dee Dee), and Trudi; dear uncle of Kerry, John. Sara, Michael. Patrick. Maureen, Terrence. Bridget, Sheila, John. Colleen, Nicholas Timothy, and Sean Funeral Monday. 9 45 a m from Drechsler-Brown Funeral Home 203 b Marion, uak nark to bt Vincent Ferrer Church. River Fores Mass at 10 30 a m Interment Mount Carmel Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Misencajrdia Home appreciated Visitation on Sunday. 3-9 p m 708-383-3191 GORDON ta,, Phillip Ronald Gordon. 54. cherished son ot ESz Emanuel and Sylvia Gordon: loving lathee lr ot Hara (Mark) Lewis, David Gordon and Greg (Cecil) Fosco: proud and loving grandfather of Grace and Rose Lewis: beloved brother...ei. Diane Charles) Wasserman. Services Monday. 10 a m at The Plser Chapel. 9200 N Skokie Blvd , (at Church SI ) Skokie. Interment Jewish Oak-ridge. In lieu ol flowers, memorials in his memory may be made to the American Heart Association.-1 208 S LaSalle. Ste 900. Chicago, IL 60604-1 197 -or' to The Lieberamn Geriatric Center. 9700 Gross Point Rd., Skokie. IL 60076. Info: 847-679-4740. : GORE :; Robert C. Gore. 76, of Palatine, beloved husband of the late Helen J., nee Schrambeck; lovinq father of Barbara Poremba. Juanita Sue "Nila (Robert) O'Brien and Elizabeth Clarke: lav4 grandfather of Timothy (Pat) Poremba. Mary Lyn Poremba, Tracey (Aaron) Smith and Mary (Charles) Anderson: great-grandfather of Jordan Anderson and Lillian Poremba: dear brother of " the late Louise (John) Niemczyk and Eleanore' (Frank) Bock. Ted (Nell) Grzegorek. Ray (Vera) Gore. Ben (Betty) Gregork and Stanley Gore; fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. Prayers" 9 30 a m. Monday at Glueckert Funeral Homw,' Ltd., 1520 N. Arlington Heights Rd. (4 blocks south ol Palatine Rd ), Arlington Heights, to St James Church, 831 N. Arlington Heights Rd., Arlington Heights for Mass at 10 a m. Visitation Sunday from 3 until 9 p.m. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery. In lieu ot flowers, memorial contributions may be given to American Heart Assn. of Metro. Chicago. 208 S. LaSalle St.. Ste. 900. Chicago. IL 60604-9698 or National Kidney Foundation. 600 S. Federal St.. Suite 210. Chicago. IL 60605 are appreciated. Info. 847-253-0168 . - c GUTHRIE Colette C. Guthrie, daughter of the late James-and Nora, nee Sheahan, Guthrie; fond sister of Roger (Adele), the late Mary Rita (John) Bishop, Veronica (Thomas) Tierney and Daniel; sts ter-in-law ot Rosemary: dear aunt of Mary Noreen, John (Barbara), Suzanne Coffey, Eileertj Patrice (Gino) LoPresti, Michael (Joe Ann). Robert, Elizabeth (Dean) Novak. Julie. Thomas Jr (Patricia). Patricia (Robert) Guiffre, Sharon (Nor bert) Dymbrowski. Daniel (the late Paula)-, Michael (Sherry), Mary Lou, Gayle (Michael) Tas-chler and James (Maria), Paul. Kathleen and Jacqueline; also survived by great-nieces and nephews. Funeral Monday, June 21, 9:15 a.m., from Kosary Funeral Home, 9637 S Kedzie, Ever-green Park, to St. Cajetan Church for Mass of Christian Burial at 10 a.m. Visitation Sunday. 2 Km. to 9 p.m. Donations to Special People with., eeds, co funeral home. Interment Holy Sepulchre. 708-499-3223 . HAAS ' George J. Haas. 73, beloved husband of the late Marion, loving lather of George J: III and Dianne Danhoff; grandfather of twrr great-grandfather of two: brother of Janet Jan-kowski. Visitation 4 to 8 p ro. at the The Krlstan Funeral Home, P.C.. 219 W Maple (Route 176), Mundelein with luneral services beginning at 8 p.m. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Disabled Veterans of America appreciated. 847-566-8020 . HANEY Therese Haney. of Berkeley, beloved wife "Of Harry; dear mother of Nancy (Thomas) Wozniak, Paul, Kenneth (Roberta), William (Laurie) and Stephen (Holly); loving grandmother of 12; fond sister of Mary Anne Grummel, Rita Geiser, William Amstine and Monica McGrath, Resting a Hennessy-Bruno Funeral Home, 5903 Burr Oak Ave., Berkeley on Monday, 3 to 9 p.m. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. to St. Domititla Church. Interment Queen of Heaven. 708-544-0100. HARTMAN Henry O. Hartman, retired Cpt, C.P.D., beloved husband of Frances, nee Daeger; loving fa the f John (Yvonne) and David (Judy) Hartman, and Mary (Edward) Reilly, and Thomas (Barbara) Hartman; proud grandfather of Michael, Michel,-Kimberly. Jennifer, Daniel, and Brian; greatgrandfather of Quinn, Kelly and Michael; brother of Bluette Kirchoff and the iate Louis Hartmannv Aline Henderson and Elsie Jacobs. Recipient of the Carter Harrison Award for Bravery, 1950. Visitation Monday from 2 until 9 p.m. at The M.J. Suerth Funeral Home, 6754 N, Northwest Hwy:, Chicago. Funeral Tuesday. 10:30 a m, to The Church of St. Juliana. Mass 11 a.m. Interment Ridgewood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memori als to The Lambert Tree Carter Harrison Honor Society, co Special Activities Office, 1121 S. State St., Room 300, Chicago, IL 60605, appreciated. Ref. www.obitdetails.com. For information call 773-631-1240 or 847-823-6540. W1U HEM MEN WAY 'ZZ See Valerie E. Lattal, net Fuja, notice. . H0EKSTRA Herman C. Hoekstra of Fiossmoor, formerly tif South Holland, died at home on June 17, 1999, after a long fight with cancer. He was born November 24, 1918, As owner of Hoekstra Unf- form Co., he celebrated the company's 90th annl" versary In 1996. A graduate of Thornton High School, Mr, Hoekstra was drafted into the Army in 1941 and served until 1945. Herman served as President of the Uniform Textile Service and Chairman of the Institute of Industrial Launderers. . He was the past-President of the National InduSi. trial Laundry Association and past-Presidenifi the Illinois Laundry Association. He has been member of the ingalls Memorial Hospital Board ot Directors since 1948 and served as Chairman for nine years. In addition, Mr. Hoekstra served on the Board of the South Holland Trust -and Savings Bank for 40 years. He was a charter member of the South Holland Lion's Club; the Harvey YMCA, and the Fiossmoor Community Church. Mr. Hoekstra received the President's Award for Hiring the Handicapped, Textile Maintenance Institute of Chicago Man of the Year Award", and Chamber of Commerce "Man of the Year Award". Herman was dearly loved by his wife, Eleanor; daughters, Nancy (Peter) Chris to pher of Stoughton. Wl, and Helen of Brookfielcr Wl; his son, Kenneth (Sallie) of Frankfort; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; sisters, Winneta (Anthony) Jacobsma of South Holland, Elizabeth (Harold) Rinkema of Naperville. and Grace (Richard) Voit of Ada. Ml. A memorial service is planned for Saturday, June 26, at, U a.m. at Fiossmoor Community Church. Memorials may be made to the Ingalls Development Foundation, One Ingalls Drive, Harvey, IL 60426 or the Ronald McDonald House, 622 W. Deming, Chi-, cago, IL 60614. . jacobia zz: Margaret H. Jacobia, nee Hacker, beloved wife of Joseph; loving mother of Marjo (Dennis) Brooks and Bonnie (Moe) Heatheriy; cherished grandmother of Tami (Pat) Norville, Taunya (Lincoln) Pope, Tory (Julie) Brooks and Eric Hanssen; great-grandmother of Meaghan and Casey Norville, Eyan and Loreen Pope: aunt of Marte Imbdr'-dino. Lying in state Monday, 1:30 p m. until time of service 2 p.m., at Roselle United Methodist Church. 206 S. Rush St., Roselle. Interment Mount Emblem Cemetery. Visitation Sunday, 3 to 9 p.m. at Martin Funeral Home, Ltd., 333 S. Roselle Rd., Roselle. Donations to Roselle United Methqdjst ' Church Choir appreciated. Info. 630-529-5751 ' JENSEN Florence E. beloved wife of the late William; loving mother of Richard Jensen, Terry Jensen, Gale Amen & Nancy Strauss; fond grandmother of 13; great-grandmother of 18; godmother of.,V Visitation Tuesday, 2-9 p.m.. at Peterson Funeral Home, 6938 W. North Ave. Services Wednesday. 10 a m. Interment Mount Olive. 773-637-444i or 708-848-6661. JOHNSON Florence M. Johnson, nee Lepplen, beloved wile of the late Solomon "Julius' ; loving mother of Sonja (James) Walker, June (Frank) Montei, Donald J., Ronald H. and James D. (Christine); fond grandmother of 15; great-grandmother ot 10; pre-ceeded in death by one great-grandchild; dear sister of the late Virginia Bedore. Lying in state Tuesday. 9 a.m. until time of service, 10 a.m. at the Homewood Full Gospel Church, 18620 Kedzia Ave.. Homewood. IL. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens South. Visitation Monday, 3 to 9 pm. at the Vandenberg Funeral Home, 17248 S. Harlem. Tin-ley Park, IL. 708-532-1635. jurasic Mileva J. "Melva" Jurasic. beloved sister of Dan-ica "Nickie" Wheelock of Surfside Beach. SC and Bess Pressly of Ann Arbor. Michigan; dear aunt of six: great-aunt of three: beloved friend of many. Memorial service Tuesday, 7 p m. at St. Paul by the Lake Episcopal Church. 7100 N. Ashland Ave . Chicago. Interment private. Funeral info: John E. Maloney FH. 773-764-1617 KARAN0SKY Joseph A. Karanosky Sr., age 64, beloved husband of Phyllis for 51 years; devpjed father of Anne MacGlashan. Joseph A.. Jr. (Donna) and Paul (Denise): loving grandfather of Roy, Joseph III, Matthew, Jo-Ellen. Lauryn. LuHas, Austin and Cody; fond brother-in-law ot Florenpe Karanosky; dear uncle ot Joseph and the late Walter. Visitation at The Schmaedeke Funeral Home, 10701 S Harlem Ave.. Worth, Sunday, 3 to 9 p.m. Lying in state at Our Savior Lutheran Church. 87th & Narragansett, Burbank. Monday. June 21, 1999. from 9 30 a.m. until time ot service 10 30 a m. In lieu ol flowers, memorials to Our Savior Lutheran Church or American Diabetes Assoc.. appreciated. Interment Be I ham a Cemetery 708-448-6000 kaszynski z z Frank M. Kaszynski, Korean Conflict "VeT USMC, dearly beloved husband and best friend tor 45 years ot Marv R . nee Pisci- tello Kaszynski; loving father ot John Kaszynski, Jo Ann (Raymond) Bisanz. Jean (Phillip) Zys-kowski, Jayne and James Kaszynski; proud grandfather of Christine, Daniel, Bryan and Andrew Bisanz. Johnathan and Therese Kaszynski, Joey and Nick Zyskowski; fond brother o Ralph (Lorame) Kaszynski and Dolores (Ralph) Latza; cherished brother-in-law of Frank (Adnenne) Piscitelto; dearest uncle of many nieces and nephews Funeral Tuesday. 9 15 am from The Lawrence Funeral Home. 4800 N Austin Ave at Lawrence, to St Robert BeMarmme Church. Mass of Christian Burial. 10 a m Interment St. Joseph Cemetery 50 year member of the G CI U Local 458-3M, Chicago. IL. in lieu of flowers memorial contributions directed to -The Rambow Hoso.ce Care Program. 444 N Northwest Hwy . Pgrk Ridqe, IL 60068 or Tht, Parkinson's Foundavn. 833 N Orleans, Chicago. IL 60610 appreciated Visitation, Monday. Z to 9 p m. 773-736-2300

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