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SUNDAY, MARCH 9,2008 Obituaries DAILY IIKKAI.MSH.TION :l PAGE? OBITUARIES Christian Lahman af Ingles!de for Hie past four years Services for Christian Lahman, 40, formerly of Arlington Heights, will be conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday, at K.K. Hamsher Funeral Home, 12 N. Pistakee Lake Road (one block west of Route 12,1/2 block north of Grand Ave.), Fox Lake. Burial will follow in Memory Gardens Cemetery, Arlington Heights. Visitation will be from 5 to 9 p.m. Monday, March 10, at the funeral home. Born March 12,1967, in Arlington Heights, to Eugene F. and Raye (nee Pressney), he passed away Thursday, March 6,2008, at the University of Chicago Hospital, Chicago. Christian was employed with Bulk Systems Incorporated at the Round Lake Beach location as the shipping manager for the past four years and was a former employee of Panasonic in Elgin. He was an avid bowler, who enjoyed the sports trivia network, watching the White Sox, Blackhawks and Bears games and loved spending time with his family. He will be dearly missed by his mother and stepfather, Raye and Douglas Blackard of Antioch; his father, Eugene F. (Tori) Lahman of Florida; his grandmother, Doris Pressney of Round Lake Beach; his brother, Matthew (Nancy) Lahman of Algonquin; and his sister, Charmaine (John) Knapp of Minooka. His aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, other relatives and dear friends also survive. He was preceded in death by two grandfathers and a grandmother. For information, 847-587-2100. Clarence F. Lake ofElgin The visitation for Clarence F. Lake, 92, will be from 1 p.m. until the time of service at 3 p.m. today, at Madison Funeral Home, 305 Park St., Elgin.Burial will be private in Washington Cemetery, Elgin. Born Oct. 21,1915, in Colby, Wis., the son of Henry and Edna Laux Lake, he died Friday, March 7,2008, at The Vines Elgin. Mr. Lake was a member of St. Paul's United Church of Christ, Elgin. He retired in 1977 from I.T.W. Survivors include his wife of 68 years, Mary; two daughters, Patricia (Thomas) Prickett of Elgin and Carol (Thomas) Procter of St. Charles; two sons, Richard (Myrna) Lake of Rockford and Gary (Patricia) Lake of Elgin; grandchildren, Pamela (Steven) Medcalf, Thomas (Sara) Prickett, Michael (Eileene) Lake, Daniel Lake, Cherie (Terry) Aschenbrenner and Kevin (Katie) Lake; great-grandchildren, James, John, Gregory and Ryan; and two brothers, Harold and Wilbur Lake. He was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers; and three sisters. Memorials may be made to Marklund Charities, 290 Town Center, Glendale Heights or St. Paul's United Church of Christ, Elgin. For Information, 847-741 -1128. Michael J. LaVarra ofBartlett Prayers for Michael J. LaVarra, 60, will be said at 9:25 a.m. Tuesday, March 11, at Colonial Funeral Home, 591 Ridgeview Drive, McHenry, leaving for St. Patrick Catholic Church, 3500 W. Washington, McHenry, for a funeral Mass at 10 a.m. Interment will be at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, in All Saints Cemetery, in Des Plaines. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday, March 10, at the funeral home. Born June 29,1947, in Chicago, to Daniel P. and Carolyn S. (Stangarone) LaVarra, he died Wednesday, March 5,2008, at Gottlieb Hospital in Chicago. Mike was employed at Feldco Windows as a sales manager and worked as an assistant lock master at McHenry Lock in the 1970s. Mike most enjoyed being with his family and friends and spending good times together. Survivors include his brother and sister, Joseph (Cindy) LaVarra of Charlottesville.Va., and Mona (Jeff) Frank of Brookfield, Wis.; and nieces and nephews, Stefanie LaVarra, Erin LaVarra, Nicholas LaVarra, Ellyn Frank and Brian Frank. He was preceded in death by his parents. Memorials may be made to American Can cer Society, c/o Janet Smith, 200 S. Green St., McHenry, IL 60050. For information...?! 5-385:0063. McKen/ie Lerman The family of McKenzie Lerman, the 3- week old daughter of Jennifer and Andrew Lerman, will receive friends from 5 p.m. until the time of the services at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 10, at McMurrough Funeral Chapel, Ltd., 101 Park Place (Route 176, one block east of Milwaukee Ave.), Libertyville. Private interment will be Tuesday, in Ascension Cemetery, Libertyville. McKenzie passed away Saturday, March 8, 2008, at Evanston Hospital. In addition to her parents, McKenzie is survived by her sister, Taylor Ann; her brother, Drew; and her grandparents, Deborah and James Marrs, and Kathy and Michael Lerman. If desired, memorials made to the March of Dimes, 111 W. Jackson, Chicago, IL 60604 appreciated. _ForinfprmatiQn 1 J47-J62^2626.. The Human Seasons l-'our Seasons lill llie measure of ihe year; There :ire four seasons in the mind of man: III-has his lusty Spring, , wlii'ii fancy clear Takes in all beauty willi an easy span: lie has his Summer, when luxuriously Spring's honied cud ut'ycmihful iliouglil lie loves To ruminate, and by such dreaming high Is nearest unto heaven: quiet coves I lissmil has in iis.•\iiiiimn, when his wings lie lilllethcluse; comemed so lu look Un mists in idleness-- lii lei lair things Pass by unheeded as a threshold brook. He lias bis Winier loo ofpalemislealure, Or else be would forego his mortal nature. -John Keats lerome I. Lewandowski of Hoffman Estates Funeral prayers for Jerome "Jerry" Lewandowski will be said at 9:15 a.m. 'uesday, March 11, at Ahlgrim & Sons Funeral and Cremation Services, 330 W. iolf Road, Schaumburg. A funeral Mass will ollow at St. Matthew's Church, 1001E. ichaumburg Road, Schaumburg, at 10 a.m. Visitation is 3 to 9 p.m. Monday, at the uneral home. Born Aug. 17,1936, in Chicago, he died iiday, March 7,2008, surrounded by family. After his retirement in 2002, he enjoyed inkering around the house and spending ime with his grandchildren, taking them jowling, miniature golfing, shopping and at- ending many sporting and school events. He could often be found with Zac sitting on the couch watching TV and eating red Popsicles. Jerry was an active bowler for 50 years lowling in a number of leagues with his wife. During the 1970s and 1980s, Jerry was active in the Guardsmen Drum & Bugle Corps, driving buses, sitting on the board of directors and working Bingo. He was on the •foffman Estates Zoning Board of Appeals from the early 1990s to 2003. Jerry was the beloved husband for 48 years of Marlene (nee Curtis); loving father of Teri (Kent) Williams of Palatine, Diane Zelko of Glendale Heights and Denise (Jim) Finn of sland Lake; and cherished grandfather of Kendall Williams, Megan and Melissa Zelko and ZacharyFinn. He is also survived by his Drother, Robert (Eileen) Lewandowski; sister- n-law, Violet (Robert) Repplinger; and numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, Regina and Harry Lewandowski and sister, Roberta (the late Stanley) Jaje. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Alzheimer's Disease Association, 4709 Golf Road, Suite #1015, Skokie, IL 60076. For .information, 847i882-5580._ Robert F. McHale a resident of Carol Stream for 4tt years Charles J. Martin ofLihertyville Charles J. Martin passed away after a brief illness. Charles was born on Dec. 5, 1921, in New Castle, Pa., the son of Charles Peter Martin, a railroad carpenter, and Laura Mae Hopper He was raised in the Great Depression in a small house on Electric St., eventually graduating from New Castle Senior High School after enduring a struggle with osteomyelitis that would define his life and shape his character. Charles then attended the University of Pittsburgh, earning a B.S. in chemistry in 1944, and meeting his future bride, Virginia Elizabeth Greer, a student at the New Castle School of Nursing. They were married on Dec. 8,1945, in the United Presbyterian Church of New Castle, and had recently celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary. Charles continued at Pittsburgh, earning a doctorate in organic and physical chemistry in 1951, before moving to Cleveland to serve as a post-doctoral fellow in biochemistry at Case Western Reserve. In 1954, he returned to the University of Pittsburgh, eventually becoming an assistant professor of biochemistry. In 1962, he took a position as associate professor at the Chicago Medical School (now part of the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science), and conducted research on chemical reactions in the human body. While pursuing this research, Charles also served as chairman of biochemistry, dean and eventually as vice president of academic affairs. He retired from his administrative duties in 1987, and carried on his research until his full retirement on June 16,1995. As a youth, Charles loved the outdoors, achieving the rank of Eagle Scout with Palm. He was always proud that he could remember his knots and stayed in touch with his Scoutmaster of Troop 55, Bob McConaghy, as long as life allowed. He remained an outdoorsman until his later years, enjoying camping and woodcraft, hiking and fly fishing, and had a fair hand with the oar. Charles was proud that his grandfather, Thomas Martin, was born on the Irish coffin ship Arethusa, while his Belfast parents lied the potato famine of 1848. (Young Thomas was settled into Carbon Center, Pa. and eventually took Caroline S. Fennel of nearby Fenelton to the altar on Nov. 8,1870, after two years of Civil War service with the Fourteenth Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry.) Charles enjoyed relating summers spent on the Thomas Martin farm and could remember in detail local swimming holes and the best trees for apples. Charles is survived by his loving wife, Virginia of Libertyville; and by his children, Charles Joseph and his wife, Donna of Exter, Mich., Susan Ziegeweid of Oshkosh, Wis., James and his wife Louise, of Tijeras, N.M. and Stuart and his wife, Martha of Hinesburg, Vt. He is also survived by six grandchildren, Elizabeth Joy Rafferty and her husband, Dan, Michael, Kyle, Cara, Lukas and Benjamin Martin. He was the last of his family, being predeceased by his parents; his brothers, Georgie and Clarence; and his sisters, Pe'arl, Katherine, and Marie. Charles' family will receive friends on Monday, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Burnett- Dane Funeral Home Ltd., 120 W. Park Ave. (Route 176, one block west of Milwaukee Ave.), Libertyville. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the funeral home, with the Rev. J.D. Millar, associate pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Libertyville officiating. Burial will be in Lakeside Cemetery, West Lake St., Libertyville, immediately following the service. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of Charles J. Martin to either World Vision, P.O. Box 70172, Tacoma, WA 98481 0712 or the First Presbyterian Church, 219 W. Maple Ave., Libertyville, IL 60048. For information, 847-362-3009. McHale, 83, will begin at 9:1 5 a.m. Monday, March 17,atHultgren Funeral Home, 304 N. Main St., Wheaton, iroceeding to St. .uke Catholic Church, 421 Cochise Court, Carol Stream, for a Mass at 10 a.m. Interment will be in Assumption iemetery. Visitation will be from 2 to 8 p.m. Sunday, March 16, at the funeral home. Born July 1 , 1 924, in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., to Michael and Helen McHale, he died Saturday, March 8, 2008, at home. Robert was a veteran of the Army, having served during World War II in both the Pacific and Europe. After the war he worked with the Veterans Administration and retired in 1983 from the Hines Data Processing Center. He married Patricia Fahey on June 7, 1952. He was a Fourth Degree member of the Knights of Columbus, where he was a past Grand Knight of the Wheaton Council, past District Deputy, past State Warden, past Faithful Navigator, past Master of the Northern District of the Fourth Degree, and was a member of the Third Degree Team. He was a lifelong member of the VFW and had been Senior Vice Commander in Kingston, Pa. He is survived by his children, Michael McHale of Glen Ellyn and Linda (Gary) Court of Carol Stream; four grandchildren, Michael, Ryan, Patrick and Meghan; and his nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Patricia in 2004; and his parents. Memorials may be directed to the National MS Society, P.O. Box 4527, New York, NY 10163. Information and guest book is available at hultgrenfh.com or call 630-668-0027. Hultgren Funeral Home Ralph P. Miller of Wheaton for 60 years •jg£ A memorial Wn/isitation for * Ralph P. Miller, 88, will be from 1 to 4 p.m. with a service at 3 p.m. Saturday, March 15, at the Hull-; gren Funeral Home, 304 N. Main Street, Wheaton. Born in Chicago, Jan. 4, 1920, to Henry and Elizabeth Miller, he died Thursday, March 6, 2008. He served in World War II in the Army in Europe and North Africa, rising to the rank of captain. He and his wife, Helen, were married July 10,1 943. After 40 years in banking in Chicago, he retired in 1982 as executive vice-president and director of the LaSalle National Bank. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Wheaton for over 50 years and served as a church trustee. Ralph is survived by his wife of 64 years, Helen; daughters, Laura Haule and Dr. Lois (Dr. James Lava) Miller; seven grandchildren and three step-grandchildren; and his sister, Lois Miller. He was preceded in death by his parents; daughter, Margaret McNeill; and brothers, Alfred, and Charles Miller. Family and friends may sign a guest book at www.hultgrenfh.com. For more information, 630-668-0027. Hultgren Funeral Home ban M. Mudloff formerly of Mount Prospect Services for Joan M. Mudloff (nee vloskus), 66, will held at 12 noon Tuesday, at : rledrlchs Funeral Home, 320 W. Central Road (at Northwest Highway), Mount Prospect. Visitation is 3 to 9 p.m. Monday, at the funeral home. Born July 11,1941, in Chicago, she died Saturday, March 8,2008, at Alexian Brothers Jledical Center, Elk Grove Village. Joan was the dear mother of John J. Debra) Mudloff, Joseph Mudloff and Julia i/ludloff, and cherished grandmother of Jessica and Rachel. For information, 847-255-7800 or www.FriedrichsFH.com. GiGi Narducci-Lundgren of Wood Dale Memorial services for GiGi Narducci- .undgren will be held at 12 noon Saturday, March 15, at St. Edna's Church, 2525 N. Arington Heights Road, Arlington Heights. Born Feb. 22,1940, she died Friday, Feb. 29,2008. GiGi is survived by her son, Keith Narducci and his family; and several close friends. For information. 630-860-2043. " If one advances confidently in die direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live die life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours." Henry David Thoreau Show the family that you care. Express your heartfelt sympathy with a beautiful flpral remembrance. 1122 S. Roselle Rd, Schaumburg, IL 60193 (Northwest Come* of Roselle and Wise Rds.) (847) 5244800 www.oldeschaumburgflowers.com Kathryn "Katie" Mitchell A Mass of Christian Burial for Kathryn "Katie" Mitchell will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday, at St. Mary of the Annunciation Church, 22333 W Erhart Road, Mundelein. Interment will follow in Ascension Cemetery, Libertyville. Visitation will be from 2 to 8 p.m. today, at Kristan Funeral Home P.C., 219 W. Maple Ave. (two blocks west of Route 45 on Route 176), Mundelein, and from 9 a.m. until the time of the Mass Monday, at the church. Born Jan. 11,1983, in Libertyville, the daughter of Steve and Peggy Mitchell, she died Wednesday, March 5,2008, at home surrounded by her parents and wonderful nurse, Karen. Katie was a 2001 graduate of Mundelein High School and attended the College of Lake County. For the past 10 years, Katie had been battling an undiagnosed neurological disease. No matter how long she battled her disease, Katie always had a smile on her face and a sparkle in her eyes. For everyone who saw Katie, they were inspired by her spirit and her fight to live. Katie was the happiest when she was surrounded by her family and friends. She is survived by her parents, Steve and Peggy (nee Infanti) Mitchell; her brothers and sister, Brad (fiancee, Elizabeth), Brian, Kevin and Kristy; her grandma, Marge Infanti and grandpa, Duane Mitchell; her godmother and aunt, Mary Infanti (Greg Stahl); her godfather and uncle, Michael (Bobbi) Infanti; her aunts and uncles, Mark (Gemma) Infanti, Mary (Joe) Anderson, Jean (Brett) Seversen, Eileen (Greg) Schaer, David Mitchell, Dennis Shaw and Michael (Erica) Mitchell; and all her cousins, Ben, Sam, Nathan, Dominic, Hannah, Jake, Nick, Doug, Luke, Alan, Matt, Megan, Nick, Mitchell, Max, Michael, Matthew, Stephanie, Joey, Anthony and Ethan. She was preceded in death by her grandma, Nancy Mitchell; and grandpa, Dominic Infanti. The family wishes to thank Dr. Raymond Roos and Joumana at the University of Chicago Hospital and all the wonderful family and friends who have supported them during these last 10 years of Katie's illness. In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to the ALS Research Fund, c/o Raymond Roos, M.D., Department of Neurology, University of Chicago, 5841 S. Maryland Ave., MC2030, Chicago,! 60637. For information visit, www.kristanfuneral- home.com or call 847-566-8J)20. Ethel Louise Oler A memorial service for Ethel Louise Oler, 80, a resident of Wyn- demer Senior Living Campus in Wheaton, formerly a longtime resident of Winfield, will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday, March 15, at Wyndemere Senior Living Campus, 200 Wyndemere Dr., Wheaton. Friends may visit with the family from 2:30 until 4 p.m. Louise was born Feb. 18,1927, in Galesburg to Ralph and Evah Rogers. She graduated from high school in Galesburg and then attended the University of Illinois on an academic scholarship where she graduated with a degree in business in 1951. She married Thomas Oler In 1947, whom she met at the university after he returned from service in the Navy during World War II. They took up residence in Winfield in 1956. She worked at Chicago Golf Club for several years until becoming a full-time mother. In 1976 she returned to work as a case manager for the Child Support Division at the DuPage County Courthouse, where she served for 19 years. She was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church of Wheaton, serving as part-time church librarian in retirement. She also worked as a volunteer at the courthouse's Safe Harbor program. She was a generous contributor to wildlife protection and preservation. She is survived by sons, Mark (Margaret) Oler of Joliet and Van (Jennifer) Oler of Cincinnati; grandchildren, Candace and David; and nieces and nephews. Preceding her in death were her husband in 1990; infant son, Thomas Alan; her parents; and a brother, Eugene Rogers. Memorials may be directed to DuPage County Safe Harbor Children's Center, 505 N. County Farm Road, Room 2015, Wheaton, IL 60187 or Du Page County Animal Shelter, 120 N. County Farm Road, Wheaton, IL 60187. Information and guest book is available at hultgrenfh.com or call 630-668-0027. Hultgren Funeral Home Frank Edward "Ted" Peacock Frank Edward "Ted" Peacock died Feb. 26 2008, at the age of 88. He was born Sept. 1,1919 in Evanston, III. to Frank E. and Catherine Peacock. After attending Carlton College and graduating from Northwestern University, he served as a lieutenant commander for the U.S. Coast Guard during World War II. Following the war, Ted married Jean Louise Woodford (who preceded him in death in 1972), and moved to Itasca, around 1950. There, he parlayed his lifelong passion for books and reading into a successful career in publishing, starting with Prentice Hall and eventually becoming vice- president for college sales at Rand McNally. In 1967, Ted started F.E. Peacock Publishers, and became a premier publisher of college textbooks in the social sciences, especially social work. In the process, he developed lifelong relationships with authors and colleagues throughout the U.S. He was an inspi ration and mentor to many. Ted Peacock was an uncommon man. His intelligence, entrepreneurial spirit, ability to lead and quick wit endeared him to all he came in contact with. He was a major contributor to his Itasca community, serving on the school board for over 20 years; the F.E. Peacock Middle School is named in his hono He loved to sail, play tennis, cribbage and playfully chase his grandchildren around. He was a capable leader and a loving husband and father. Ted and Jean together raised five children Peggy (Steve) Aigner of Steamboat Springs, Anne (Joel) Adams of Arcadia, Mich., Tad (Margie) Peacock of Beulah, Mich., Sally Pea cock of Minneapolis and Stephen Peacock o Portland, Ore., all of whom survive him. He also has 11 grandchildren and four great- grandchildren. He will be greatly missed by all of them. He is also survived by his seconc wife, Sarah and their two daughters, Olivia and Julia. A memorial service is being planned by h. adult children, to be held in northern Michigan sometime this summer, with the time and place as yet to^be determined. Louise Reinecke Services for Louise Reinecke, 102, a longtime resident of both Elmhurst and Addison, will be held at 12 noon Wednesday, at Williams-Kampp Funeral Home, 430 E. Roosevelt Road (one block east of Naperville Road), Wheaton. Interment will be in Chapel Hill Gardens West Cemetery, Oakbrook Terrace. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday and from 10 a.m. until the time of the services Wednesday, at the funeral home. She was the loving wife of the late Carl Reinecke; dear mother of Donna (Gerald) Elliott, Ronald (Jayne) Reinecke and Robert (Nancy) Reinecke; fond grandmother of Gregg, Scott, Rick, Robyn, Mark and Erik; and great-grandmother of 14. For information, 630-668-0016 or www.williams-kampp.com. larence "Russ" Ruszczak ofl.oinbnrtifnr 53 years \& Clarence "Russ" Ruszczak passed ^ away Saturday, March 1,2008. ' He served as a volunteer firefighter Lombard for many years and was recently mployed with Schroeder's Ace Hardware in ombard. He was the husband of Virginia "Ginger"; ither of Gregory, Denise and Nickolas; rather of Jeanette Lambert and Phyllis Galls', grandfather of eight; and great-grand- ither of two. He is also survived by many ieces and nephews. Memorial services are pending. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Marianjoy, 6W171 Roosevelt Road, Wheaton, IL 60187 rould be appreciated. Arrangements were made by Illinois Cremation Service, 630-458-0611. Frances E. Schild of Crystal lake The funeral service or Frances E. Schild, 7, will be at 11 a.m. hursday, March 13, t Querhammer & lagg Funeral Home, 00 W. TerraCotta We., Crystal Lake. In- ermentwillbepri- „ ate. .! •* Visitation will be from 3 to 9 p.m. Wednes- lay, March 12, at the funeral home. Born in Chicago, May 23,1920, the laughter of John and Katharine (Zimmerman) 'arker, she died Friday, March 7,2008, at Northern Illinois Medical Center in McHenry. 'ranees is survived by her children, Karen Tom) Pierce, Cynthia "Nicci" (Richard) Foydl and Raymond Jr. (Valerie) Schild; grandchil- Iren, David (Michelle) Prochaska, John Branson) Prochaska, Danny (Jana Mae) Pro- ;haska, Brian (Jana Sue) Prochaska, Kimberly (David) Hinterberg, Kyle David Geisser wd Kurt Schild; and great-grandchildren, tyan, Travis, Trent, Alden, Alyssa, Matthew, Abby, Lydia, KaiLea, Riley, Cameron and John Raymond. She was preceded in death by her parents; grandson, Kevin Schild; dear brother, Albert; sister, Amy; and her former husband, Raymond Schild Sr. Memorial contributions in her name may )e made to the Kevin Schild Onstage Choir : oundation, c/o Harris Bank, 215 E. Palatine Road, Arlington Heights, IL 60004. Please visit www.mem.com to sign the guest book or leave a message. For information, 815-459-1760. "Not everything thai can ho counted counts, and not everything thai counts can be counted." Albert Kinstein "Sume memories are realities, and are belter lhan anything thai can ever happen lo one again." WUIa C'alhei Oscar Seemayer ofGumee 1^ Memorial services for Mr. Oscar ^^Seemayer, 75, will be at 11 a.m. Tues^ day, March 11, at Ahlgrim & Sons Funeral and Cremation Services, 330 W. Golf ftoad, Schaumburg. Interment is private. Born Feb. 26,1933, in Serbia, he passed away Monday, March 3,2008, in Schaumburg. Mr. Seemayer was a retired sales representative for Onsrud with over 30 years service to the company and had been a veteran of the Army. Oscar was the beloved son of the late Anna and Josef Seemayer; dear brother of Josef Seemayer, Brigitte (the late Fred) Fitzpatrick and Rainer Seemayer; devoted uncle of Kevin (Nicolette) Fitzpatrick, Joseph (Michelle) and Jeff (Coline) Seemayer and Heidi Ann Cuff; and great-uncle of Spencer, Nathan, Jolie, Derrek and Anthony. ForJnformationj 847-882-5580. Arthelia Stewart of Arlington Heights Services for Arthelia Stewart will bn held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, March 11, at Faith Lutheran Church, 431 S.Arlington Heights Road, Arlington Heights. Interment will be in Memory Gardens Cemetery. Visitation will be from 3 lo 9 p.m. Monday. March 10, at Glueckert Funeral Home, Ltd., 1520 N.Arlington Heights Road (four blocks south of Palatine Road), Arlington Heights, and from 10 a.m. until the time of the iervices Tuesday, at the church. Born Oct. 6,1917, in Evenwood, W.V., to David Day and Mazel Mae (nee Rouse) iilmore, she passed away Tuesday, March 4. 2008, in Santa Ana, Calif. She is survived by her children, Sandra [Russell) Nowak of Arlington Heights and Donald T. Jr. (Rosemary) Stewart of Huntington Beach, Calit.; her grandchildren, Robert (Irene) Stewart, Kristin (Greg Thompson) Nemilz-Thompson, Daniel Stewart and Matthew Nemitz; her great-grandchildren, Megan, Hunter, Morgan, Cameron, Amaya, Caleb and Logan; her sister, Jean (Richard) Buzard; and many cherished nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; seven of her siblings; and her husband, Donald T. Stewart Sr. For information and condolences, www.GlueckertFH.com or 847-253-0168. Florence H. Zawilla Florence H. Zawilla, 70, of Kenosha, Wis., passed away Tuesday, March 4,2008, at Grande Prairie Health & Rehab. Private services were held for Florence. She was born June 20,1937, to the late Willard and Helen Schreiber in Chicago and was educated in schools of Chicago. Florence married Edward Zawilla, who preceded her in death July 19,2003. She worked as a cosmetician for Walgreen's for several years. She enjoyed knitting, puzzles and spending time with her friends at St. Joe's and St. Paul's Day Center. Florence is survived by her sons, Dennis (Tina) Zawilla of Kenosha and Wendell (Mary) Holte of Hanover Park, III.; daughter, Deborah (Brian) Nielsen of Arlington Heights III.; sister, Geri Ano of California; and three grandchildren. Arrangements were made by Bruch Funeral Home, Kenosha, 262-652-8298. Visit Florence's on-line memorial book at www.bruchfuneralliome.net. Alberto Zumpano ofScliaiimburg Services for Alberto Zumpano will begin at 9:30 a.m. and continue with a chapel service at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, at Salerno's Rosedale Chapels, 450 W. Lake St. (3/4 mile west of Bloomingdale/Roselle Road), Roselle. Interment will be in St. Michael the Archangel Cemetery. Visitation will be from 3 to 9 p.m. Monday, at the funeral home. He was the beloved husband of Giannina (nee Quartdcci); devoted father of Lillian, Angela (John) Janisch.Tony (Barbara) and Richard (Paula) Zumpano; dear grandfather of Anthony, Blake, Kristina, Gabriella and Olivia Zumpano, and Cristen and Danielle Janisch; and great-grandfather of Alexzander Zumpano. _Fonnformatjo_n, 630-889-1700. Remembering a loved one on a special occasion? A Memoriam may be placed on the deceased's birthday, death or wedding anniversary, For details, contact the obituary desk: Phone: 847-427-4776 Email: obits@dailyhcrald.com FAX: 847-427-1130 IN MEMORIAM In Loving Memory of Jerry Reichenbach who i>asseil aiiiiy two years ago We do not need a special day to bring you to our minds, The days we do not think of you are very hard to find. Your Loving Family. We miss you! 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