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CHICAGO TRIBUNE SECTION 2 MONDAY DECEMBER 3, 2001 CARNAHAN Francis J. "Jack" Carnahan, 79, of Pi5 LomDara, formerly ot Villa Park. WWII Navy vet., beloved husband of Ss L nee LaFevre loving father of Marcia (Karl) Warnke and Gary Carnahan; dear grandfather of Heather Harris, Heidi and Karl II Warnke. Brian (Lisa) Carnahan, Michael, Kevin and Matthew Carnahan; dear uncle of several niecesiand nephews. Funeral Tuesday. 10:30 a m., at Steuerle Funeral Home, 350 S. Ardmore Ave , Villa Park Interment Fairmount Willow Hills Memorial Park. Visitation Monday, 5 to 9 p.m. Masonic services, 8 p m in lieu of flowers memorials to Community Congregational Church of Villa Park appreciated For info 630-832-4161 or CARROLL Adele Ross Carroll, age 87, beloved wife of the late Ernest Carroll; and loving mother of the late Ernest Carroll, Jr.. passed away on Friday, November 30, 2001. She is survived by daughters, Loretta Marsalis, Judith Harkness and Kathleen (Lawrence) Greer. She was the devoted grandmother of five; great-grandmother oT four; and aunt to many beloved nieces and nephews wake, Monday December 3, 2001, at Cage Memorial Chapel, 7651 S. Jeffrey. Visitation begins at 1:15 p.m Wake, 6 p m. to 8 p.m. Funeral Tuesday, December 4, Corpus Christi Catholic Church, 4920 S King Dr. Final viewing, 9:30 a m. Funeral mass 10 a m Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. 708-422-3020 COBBS Gideon P. Cobbs, Jr., 81, WWII Veteran, beloved husband of Eunice, nee coieman; loving ratner or unoa , (Gary) Wilson; proud grandfather of k Kai and Am Wilson Memorial Mass. Monday, Dec. 3, 2001, 7 p.m. at Saint Ailbe Catholic Church, 9041 S Harper, Chicago. Visitation 6:30 p.m. Memorial donations may be made to the National Kidney Foundation of Illinois, 215 W. Illinois St. or saint Ailbe Church. For more info 773-846-6567. COLEMAN Richard G. Coleman, 73, WWII Veteran, beloved husband of Joan, nee Marks; loving father ot Karen (Frank) Van Den Boach and the late Thomas R. Coleman: Droud grandfa ther of Bryan, Jason and Nicole, visitation Tuesday 3 to 9 p m. at the M.J. Suerth Funeral Home, 6754 N. Northwest Highway, Chicago. Funeral Wednesday starting with prayers at 9:30 a.m. at the funeral home to St. Cornelius Church Mass 10 a m Interment St Adalbert. For more info call 773-631-1240 or 847-823-6540 or www CORRADO Charles A Corrado Jr., 70, of Niles, beloved husband of Marilyn J , nee J Warner; loving father of Catherine A. (Thomas) Lucas, Barbara J Fedo-rowicz. Linda S. (Robert) Saidak. and Michael J. (Kristine) Corrado; cherished grandfather of Julie, Karen, Anne, Susan, Kimberly, Robert, Chnstopher, Joseph, and France-sca; dear brother of Marlene Urbain. Visitation Monday, 3 til 9 p.m. at Drake a Sons Funeral Home, 625 N Busse Hwy , Park Ridge. Funeral Tuesday, 9:15 a m. from funeral home to St. John Brebeuf Church, 8307 N Harlem, Niles. Mass 10 a m. Interment All Saints Cemetery, Des Plaines. Funeral info.. 847-698-3368 or 847-253-5423. DEAMANT - Dan F. Deamant (Diamantopulos), beloved husband of Helene, nee Staikos; loving father of Paula, Or Frank, James (Rosa), Pamela and Dr. Catherine Deamant; proud grandfather of Aleka, Carla, Jim, Anthony, Alexandra, Daniel J., Elena M., Daniel D and Eleni c . dear brother of the late Stavroula Pavlopulos, Chris Diamantopulos and Pauline Tasiopulos; devoted brother-in-law of Georgia (the late Peter) Callas, Becky (Nick) Orphan-Yanakakis, Nick (Diana) Staikos and the late Andronika (the late George) Kachiroubas Member of Hellenic Lodge 1084 A F. ft A M. and past president of Society Levidioton. visitation Monday from 4 Rm. to 9 p m. at Smlth-Corcoran Funeral ome, 61 50 N Cicero Ave Family and friends will meet Tuesday morning at SS Peter ft Paul Greek Orthodox Church, 1401 Wagner Rd (at Lake Ave ), Glenview, IL 60025, for visitation from 9:30 a.m. until time of Funeral Service at 10 a.m. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to SS. Peter ft Paul Church appreciated. Arrangements by John G. Adlnamls Funeral Director, Ltd. 773-736-3833. DeKOSTA Jane E. DeKosta, dear wife of the late Steve; loving mother of Jim (Lee) and Jan Baker; fond grandmother of five; great-grandmother of two. Visitation Tuesday from 3 to 9 p.m. at Nelson Funeral Home, 820 Talcott Rd. (at Cumberland), Park Ridge. Services and interment private. For info, 847-823-5122 . DOLAMORE William J. Dolamore, Jr., dear brother of Frank and Philip (Ardith) Dolamore; fond uncle of Martin (June), Phillip (Marcia) and the late Michael (Karen) Dolamore-Murrev: great-uncle of many. Visitation Tuesday 3 to 9 p.m Funeral Wednesday, prayers 9am from Sax Tledemann Funeral Home and Crematorium. 9568 Belmont, Franklin Park, to St. Gertrude Church, mass 9:30 a m Interment Mt Carmel Cemetery 847-678-1950 or www.sax-tiedemann com DYKSTRA See John Bilder notice ENICHLMAIR Marilyn R Enichlmair. nee Booton, beloved wife of waiter; devoted mother of Carol (Eric) Henderson. Lois Enichlmair and the late Frank; loving grandmother of Kimberty and Alexander; fond sister of Basil (the late Dorothy) Booton, Elaine (the late John) Massey, Rosemary (George) Carrera, Joan (William) Kamberis and the late Duane (Dorothy) Booton Employee and Volunteer at Swedish Covenant Home Funeral 10 a m Tuesday, Pfaff Gamer Funeral Home, 5001 N Lincoln Ave . Chicago Interment Resthaven Cemetery Visitation 3 to 9 p.m. Monday Info 773-728-1700 . FEENEY Marie "Mary" Feeney, nee Pucclo, dearly beloved mother of Estelle (Douglas) Stehman; cherished grandmother of Carla Marie and Steven Andrew; dear sister of the late Henry and Theresa Puccio, the late Rose and Frank Semila, the late John LaBarbara, the late Joseph and Mary Puccio and the late James (Mary) Puccio; dear aunt and friend of many Visitation Tuesday 3 to 9 p.m. at Cumberland Chapels, 8300 w Lawrence Ave Norridge. Family and friends to meet Wednesday at North Shore Seventh Day Adventist Church, 5220 N. California Ave for service 10 a m Interment Montrose Cemetery. Please omit flowers. 708-456-8300 or www legacy com FILLMORE Lonn A. Fillmore, beloved son of the late Lorln and Lucile Retired 5 owner of Lucile Fillmore's Dress Shop in Berwyn. 55 year member of Ki warns Club of Berwvn. Founded Fillmore Center for Human Services, Fillmore Day Camp at Pav YMCA and 1st Baptist Church of Berwyn. Visitation Tuesday 2 to 8 p m. at Mr. Fillmore's home. 180 Millhridee. Riverside Funeral Services Wednesday 11 a.m. at his home. Entombment woooiawn Mausoleum Lorln requested that donations be made to the Fillmore Center for Human Services, 6918 Windsor Ave., Berwyn or Pav YMCA Child Care Programs, 2947 S. Oak Park Ave , Berwyn, IL 60402. Services arranged by Ivlns Funeral Home, Kiversioe. u-4i!6i . FRANTZ Amalie "Molly" Frantz. nee Hermann. 97 Rears, of Maywood, beloved wife of the late lenry J.; dear mother of Irene Somers, the late Frances Schulz and Edward; fond sister of Adam Hermann and many deceased siblings; loving grandmother, great-grandmother and reat--great-grandmotner of many Past presi-ent of V F W Ladies' Auxiliary Post 6366 Military Order of Cootie's 65, Military Order of tne purpie nean iaq, nesting ai Hennessey-Bruno Funeral Home, 5903 Burr oak Ave , Berkeley, Monday 3 to 9 p.m. Services 8 30 p m. 708 -M4-U1UU FREDERICKSON Carol Marie Fredenckson, age 69, lifetime resi dent of Elmhurst. active member of Immacu late Conception Catholic Parish, loving sister of Carl J (Marion) and Paul R (Audrey) Frederick-son and the late Jean Elizabeth Buis; dear aunt of Peter Fredenckson, Mark J (Lonann Tierney) Fredenckson, Deborah Ann (Ron) Buccini, Paul J Frederickson. Rosalie Ann (Dan) Boutin. Gina Zola. Paula Sue Frederickson David (Jean) Frederickson, James Frederickson, Kristine Gibson, Connne (Bob) Deacon, Luanne (Tom) Murray, Ricnara buis and tne late oorrine buis, and fond great-aunt of many nieces and neph ews Visitation Monday, 3pm until 9pm at Gibbons Funeral Home, 134 South York Rd. (12 mi N of St Charles Rd), Elmhurst Mass of Christian Burial 10 a m at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church Interment St Mary Catholic Cemetery in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Immaculate Conception High School, Elmhurst For funeral information, please call 1-630 832 0018 or ii www.giDOonsiunerainomes com FREEHILL Jacquelin Hope Freehill, nee Kuhn, 83, of Des Plaines. beloved wife of the late James E , dear mother of Sharon (Dennis) McElmeel, Barbara (Len) Sdslowicz. Jacquelin (Larry) Frank, Patricia (Tom) Vliers, and Teresa (Len) Gage, proud f grandmother of ten; fond sister of Beverly (the ate Arthur) Holtman Robert (Gladys) Kuhn, and the late Grant (the late Lee) Kuhn, kind aunt of many nieces and nephews and friend to all she knew. Visitation Tuesday, 3 to 9 p m. at Oehler Funeral Home, 555 Lee Street, Des Plaines Funeral Wednesday, 9:15 a m from Chapel to Saint Zachary Church Mass 10 a m Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery In lieu of flowers, contributions to Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly, 355 N Ashland Ave . Chicago 60607, would be greatly appreciated, info 847-824-5155. GASSEN Richard A. Gassen, 47. suddenly, dearly beloved husband of Jane, nee Coryell; beloved father of Virginia Martha Gassen; devoted son of Carl and Anita Gassen; dear brother of Gwen (Eivind) Djupedal and the late Steven Gassen; loving uncle of Kristofer and Jenifer Djupedal; dear son-in-law of Orlando and CarolineCor- Sell. Funeral Service Wednesday 11 a m. at lursen Funeral Home. S W corner of Roosevelt and Mannheim Roads, HillsideWestches-ter. Interment All Saints Cemetery, visitation Tuesday, Noon to 8 p.m. Funeral info toll-free 1-800-562-0082. GAVIN William F Gavin, beloved husband of Eleanor Gavin, nee Finley, and 5 the late Patricia Gavin; loving father 2 of William (Mary Ellen), Thomas (Sharon). Marv Ann (John) Statis and the late Michael; fond grandfather of William, Kelly, Terrence, Steven, Virginia, Cynthia and Timothy; dear brother of Kathleen (the late Alan) Florin. Visitation 3 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday. Funeral Thursday, 9 a.m., from The Andrew J. McGann a Son Funeral Home, 10727 S. Pulaski Rd , to Queen of Martyrs Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Member of Holy Name Society, Queen of Martyrs Church. 773-783-7700 or 708-423-5400. GELMAN Melvyn S. Gelman, age 67, beloved husband of Arlene, nee Boyansky; fond son of Shirley Gel-man; loving father of Steven (Stacy), Nancy Gel-man, Robert (Debra) and Debra (Ross) Posner; cherished grandfather of Jamie, Jacklyn, Jennifer, Jessica, Joshua and Zachary; dear brother of Florine (Joseph) Borden; adored friend of many; and special friend of Joseph Patrick In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Northwest Suburban Jewish Congregation, 7800 Lyons St., Morton Grove. IL 60058 Service Tuesday 1 p m at the Welnsteln Family Services Wilmette Chapel, 111 Skokie Blvd. Wilmette Interment Westlawn Cemetery, Chicago For info 847-256-5700. GOLDBERG Katherine Goldberg, nee Diamond, age 88, of Skokie formerly of Los Angeles, CA. Beloved wife of the late George; loving sister of Clarence (Yvette) Diamond, Clara (David) Seruya, Aaron, Sam and the late Benjamin (the late Leona) Diamond Graveside service Monday 12:30 p.m. at Shalom Memorial Park, Section XID Hebron. Rand and wilke Roads. Arlington Heights. Contributions to the Leukemia Research Foundation, 820 Davis St., Ste 420, Evanston, IL 60201 Info The Welnsteln Family Services wilmette Chapel 847-256-5700 GRANT William H Grant, age 80, formerly of Winnetka, beloved husband of J Catharine Grant, nee Chamberlain; 2. loving father of Howard (Elizabeth), William, and Catharine Grant: cher ished grandfather of Howard Mackenzie and Molly Grant, visitation Wednesday 3 p m. until time of Funeral Mass 5 p.m at SS. Faith, Hope and Charity Church, 191 Linden St., Winnetka. Interment private In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Northside Catholic Academy Scholarship Fund, 6325 N. Hoyne Ave., Chicago, IL 60659 Funeral info: Donnellan Family Funeral Services, 847-675-1990. GREENBERG Louise Greenberg, 85, beloved wife of the late Sam Greenberg, daughter of the late A. L. and Edith Fader and sister of the late Byron R. Fader, died Monday in Palm Springs, CA. Missing her are nephew, Ronald (Ellen) Fader of Davis, CA; niece, Carole Fader (Charles King) of Jacksonville, FL; son and daughter-in-law. Dr. Imino anH I nitaw r.roanharo nf Uiohlanri DarV grandchildren. Dr. Brent (Aleen) Greenberg ot Highland Park, IL, Dr. Mark (Yvonne) Greenberg of Vernon Hills, IL; and great-grandson, Adam Greenberg of HighlandPark, IL; grandniece, Rachel Fader, and grandnephew, Noah Fader, both of Davis, CA; sister-in-law of Silvia G. Fader of Pompano Beach Fla; and many loving and caring friends. Mrs Greenberg was a native of New York but moved to Chicago as an infant. She attended the University of Wisconsin. Despite recent hip and knee replacement surgeries, she was active, enthusiastic and a lover of life. Graveside services at 11:30 a.m., Monday at Rosehill Cemetery, 5800 N Ravenswood Ave., Chicago. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Little City For information: The Plser Chapel, 847-679-4740 HAYES John Michael Hayes, loving father of John, Stephanie, Justin Gregory, Kimberly and the late Kevin Patrick 2 Hayes; fond brother of Roger J. w (Marion), Vincent S. (the late Helen), Fr. Donald J., S.J. and the late James Cullen, Walter Leo and Paul Francis Hayes; dear uncle of many Funeral Wednesday at 9 30 from the John E. Maloney Funeral Home, 1359 W. Devon Avenue, to St Gertrude Church, Mass 10 a.m. Interment All Saints Cemetery Visitation Tuesday, from 4 to 9 p m. In lieu of flowers, contribtions to Loyola University, Dept. of Ministry, co Rev Lawrence Reuter S J., 6525 N Sheridan Rd , Chicago, IL 60626 appreciated. Funeral Info: 773-764-1617. HOEKENDORF Leonard t. Hoekendorf, of western Springs, beloved husband of the late Marian D , nee Ruesch; loving father of Sharon J. and Kenneth L. (Rosann); dear grandfather of Richard J (T ami) Gossling Jr Donald H. (Tami), and Kris-ten L Hoekendorf; fond great-grandfather of Jordan Paige Hoekendorf; also nieces and nephews. Visitation 3 to 9 p m Monday at Hal-lowell a James Funeral Home, 1025 W 55th St., Countryside. Will lie in state from 10 a m. until time of service, 1 1 a m Tuesday at Grace Lutheran Church, 4101 S Wolf Rd., Western Springs. Interment Clarendon Hills Cemetery Memorials to Grace Lutheran Church, western Springs appreciated. 708-352-6500. HOLLAND Michael H. Holland, age 41, beloved son of Mary and LeRoy (Virginia); loving father of Connie Lee; dear brother of Charles, Christine and Kimberly (Tom) Beilfus; fond uncle and great-uncle of many nieces and nephews Funeral Wednesday 8:45 a m from Beverly Ridge Funeral Home. 10415 S Kedzie Ave. to St. Christina Church Mass 9:30 a m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday 3 to 9 p m. 773-779-4411 C1FD JONES W Richard "Dick" Jones, 74, a resident of Bermuda Dunes and Prairie Village, KS, died November 29, 2001, in Bermuda Dunes, CA He was born in Glenwood Springs, CO, on August 27, 1927, to Shattuc and Laura Jones. He married his wife, Sharon, on January 25, 1992, in Kansas City He received his BSBA Cum Laude from the university of Denver in 1955. He was President and Chief Financial officer of Chicago Gear Works in Cicero, IL Prior to that, he was President and Chief Financial Officer of Howell Mouldings, Knappco Inc . CB Corporation and Mercury Metal Products. Dick was an avid sportsman of hunting, fishing and golfing. He was charter member of Ducks unlimited and a member of the Bermuda Dunes Country Club and Hallbrook Country Club in Leawood, KS He is survived by his wife, Sharon, his three children, Croig, Dana (Stewart Gilgis) and Kelly; his brother snattuc; his two stepsons, Tyler (Jill) and Justin (Shannon) Peters; and his grandchildren, Lexi, Adam, Ryan, Madeline. Thomas, Paige and William In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Evans Scholarship Foundation, co W.G A . 1 Bnad Rd., Golf, IL 60029, or St Johns Lutheran Church, 42695 Washington Street Palm Desert, CA 92201. JOZEFOWICZ Chester J Jozefowicz, age 73, died at his home in Freeport. IL, on December 1, 2001 Beloved husband of Lorraine; loving father of Diane (Rich) Jalovec. Jim iBeth) and Karen; dear grandfather of Tom and Jane; and uncle and great-uncle to many Preceding him in death were his parents, Joseph and Telka, and his sister Lillian (George) Chaplin Chester will be remembered for his faith in God, love of his family and the grace with which he met his illness U S Army veteran Visitation Wednesday, 5 pm until 9 pm. at Kopec-Reszke Funeral Home, 5259 W Roscoe St., Chicago. Funeral service Thursday, 9 30 a m from funeral home to St Ladislaus Catholic Church for mass at 10 a m Memorials to the American Lung Association, 1-800-LUNG-USA, please specify "for cancer research". n KALEEL Shirley J. Kaleel, nee Prultt, beloved wife of Theodore; loving mother of Cheri (James) Sta-pleton. Richard (Sara), Robert (Gail) and Kimberly (Efren) Ramos; cherished grandmother of Kevin, Jason, Jeffrey, Keith, Jaime, Kristin, James, Brett. Melissa and Rachel; dear sister of Richard (Elinor) Pruitt and Gary (Veronica) Pruitt; also nieces and nephews Lying in state Wednesday at the First Presbyterian Church, 4th ft Fairview. Downers Grove, from 9 a.m. until time of service 10 a m Interment Clarendon Hills Cemetery visitation Tuesday, 3 to 9 p m at Modell Funeral Home, 7710 S. Cass Ave., Danen 630-852-3595 KOZLOWSKI Eileen R Kozlowski, of Niles, formerly of Sau-ganash, December 1, 2001. Loving mother of Susan (Dave) Wilms, Nancy, Tom (Gretchen) and Janet (Paul Brookhart); proud nana of Alyssa. Eric, Lucas and Michael; dear sister of Dorothy Flannery, Jim Johnson and Larry Johnson; former wife of Will Kozlowski. visitation Tuesday 4 to 8 p m at the N.H. Scott ft Heb-blethwalte Funeral Home. 1240 Waukegan Rd , Glenview (two blocks south of Lake Ave. on west side) Family and friends will meet for funeral mass Wednesday 10 a m. at Mary Seat of Wisdom, 920 Granville Ave , Park Ridge. Interment private In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Audubon Illinois Society, 34W269 White Thorn Rd , Wayne, IL 60184 or the International Wildlife Foundation, 11100 Wildlife Center Dr., Reston, VA 20190. Funeral info 847-998-1020. KRENEK Edith H. Krenek, nee Chrlsteon, age 84, November 30, 2001, in Plainfield A 27 year resident of Seneca, IL She is survived by her loving daughters, Janet (Jerry) Powell and Patricia (Austin) Wilson; sister of Ruth Twait; grandmother of Candace, Colette and Susan; great-grandmother of five; aunt of six nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her husband, Rudolph Krenek; her parents, Ross and Blanche Christeon; also two brothers, Herbert and Henry Christeon. Visitation Wednesday, December 5, 2001, 2 p m. until the time of service at 4:30 p.m. at the Anderson Memorial Chapel, 606 Townhall Dr., in Romeoville, services should conclude at the funeral home. 815-886-2323. KULIG Anne B "Annie" Kulig, beloved daughter of the late Teofil and Rose, nee Wijas; loving sister of Wanda Tuschniski and the late Thaddeus Kulig, Rosalie Hafferkamp and Jean Slounk, dear aunt of many nieces and nephews. Visitation Tuesday, 9 a.m. until the time prayers are said at 10:30 a m., at the Jaeger Funeral Home, 3526 N. Cicero Ave., to St. Bartholomew Church for 11 a m Mass Entombment Maryhill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the St. Bartholomew's St. Vincent de Paul Society would be appreciated Info 773-545-1320 LASCOLA Rosemary Lascoia, nee Dlstasio, beloved wife of the late Salvador 'Sam' Lascoia; loving mother of Joseph (Lynn), Stephen (Barbara) and Maryann (Thomas) Colander; cherished grandmother of Dominic, Joe, Sam, Gina. Richard, and Anne; great-grandmother of five; dear sister of Florence Eul, Angie Conte, Joseph, Nick, and the late Steve. Charles, Dean, and Dominic Distasio. Visitation Monday 3 to 9 p m. Funeral Tuesday 9 45 a m from Andrew J. McGann a Son Funeral Home, King Brothers Directors 10727 S Pulaski Rd., to Most Holy Redeemer Church. Mass 10:30 a m. Entombment St Mary 773-776-7776708-560-7776 Or WWW king-brothers com LEINEWEBER Mercedes L Leineweber, age 90, beloved wife of the late Albert J. Leineweber Sr.; survived by her children Dolores (John) Cutler, A James Jr., Rosemary (Russell) Wright, Norine Berenz, Edward (Marjorie Windrem) and John (Muffy McAuley); 18 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews; and her beloved sister Sr Susanne Zeller OSB Visitation Monday 3 to 9 p m at Donnellan Family Funeral Home, 1571 Maple Ave., Evanston. Visitation Tuesday 9 a m until time of funeral mass 9:30 a m at St Priscilla Church, 6949 W, Addison St., Chicago. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery, River Grove. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Greater Chicago Chapter, 500 N Dearborn St., Suite 305, Chicago, IL 60610. Funeral info 847-869-2900. LISLE James D. Lisle, age 91, of Oak Park, beloved husband of the late Theresa K Lisle, Funeral Mass Wednesday 9:30 a.m. at St Edmund Church, 188 S Oak Park Ave., Oak Park. Private interment, St. Boniface Cemetery. Info, Drechsler, Brown a Williams Funeral Home, 708-383-3191 . LOOS Reuben M Loos, 91, of Danen, for- merly of Chicago, beloved husband of Grace, nee Volpe; dear father of 2 James (Susan) and the late Ann; grandfather of five: ereat-erandfa- ther of one; brother of Jerome. Visitation 9 a m. until time of service 11am Tuesday at Hal-lowell a James Funeral Home, 301 75th St., Downers Grove. Interment private. 630-964-6500 MACUSZEK Louise Macuszek, of Chicago, passed away to join her husband Stanley Macuszek in Heaven on December 1, 2001 Survived by daughters Sandra Quinn and Joan (Robert Jr.) Dunn; five grandchildren, Jamie Hartley, Roxanne, Robert III. Conor, Darcy Dunn; preceded in death by her husband Stanley A private memorial service will be held Blackbum-Lanagan Funeral Home, 815-467-1234. MCBRIDE Anita McBride, age 82, beloved wife of Lawrence J.; cherished mother of Lawrence W. (Sandra), Mary Ann (Richard) Adamick, Catherine, Therese (Kris) Nordine, Dorothea and Justin (Lynn); loving grandmother of Michael. Lawrence B , James, Renny, Alec, Anne. Jessica, Andrew, Samuel, Maya and Anita: dear sister of Laurence (Loretto) Reynolds. Chapel prayer 9:30 a m Tuesday, December 4, 2001 from the Schmaedeke Funeral Home, 14205 Union Avenue (1 blk N of 143rd St ft Southwest Hwy ), Orland Park, to St. Michael Church, 14327 Highland, Orland Park Mass 10 a m. Visitation Monday. 3 to 9 p.m. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Vitas Hospice Care, 580 waters Edge, Suite 100, Lombard, IL 60148, appreciated 708-349-0111. CIFD McGARR John T. "Jack" McGarr, retired employee of R R Donnelley, Vet- eran of Korean War, cherished S friend of Joy Maki; devoted father of Christopher (Sharon). Russell (Sue). Barbara (James) Zimmermann, and Scott (Heather) McGarr; fond grandfather of 10; dear brother of Mary vilmar, Betty Murtaugh, and Milly McGarr Visitation Monday, 2 to 6 p.m. at Salerno's Galewood Chapels, 1857 N Harlem Ave Chapel service 6 p.m Cremation private. For info.: 773-889-1700 Please omit flowers. CIFD MCQUADE Barbara Anne Mc Ouade, nee Murray, age 81, of Arlington Heights, wife for 53 years to Charles "Ken" Mc Quade; mother of John Charles (Gun-Britt) of Bethesda, MD, Dr. Kenneth (Roberta) of Kildeer, and Robert Kenneth (Michael) of Olympia Fields; grandmother of seven; sister of Miriam Blake and the late Cecelia Forrester, William, George Jr., Alan and Francis Murray At Panozzo Bros. Funeral Home, 530 W. 14th St. (U.S. Rt, 30, 3 blks E. of Western Ave ), Chicago Hts, on Tuesday morning from 10 a m until time of prayer services at 11am. tc infant Jesus of Prague Church, Floss-moor Mass 11:30 a.m. Interment Assumption. 708-481-9230 MISCH Ethel R, Misch, age 92, beloved wife of the late Harold; loving mother of Donald B (Ellen) Misch; dear grandmother of Kenneth (Barb Lyon) Misch and Timothy (Juli) Misch, fond sister of the late Erich Schroeder, Emma Duntz. Tinnie Wians, Wanda Moeller, Gertrude Schroeder, Carl Schroeder, Sr., and Theodore Schroeder; dear sister-in-law of Loretta Schroeder and special friends, Barbara Tomasik and Bob Waluk Funeral services will be held at 1 1 a m. Thursday, at St Mark's Lutheran Church. 101 South 6tn Avenue. St Charles Burial will be in River Hills Memorial Park in Batavia Visitation will be held from 4 to 8 p m, Wednesday, at the Norris Funeral Home, 100 South Third St , St Charles Contributions may be made to St Mark's Lutheran Church, 101 South 6th Avenue, St Charles, IL 60174 information: 630-584-2000 or www NorrisFH com MISTURAK Paul F Misturak. he was a young 66, beloved and cherished husband of Patty Jo. former husband of Roberta; loving father of Robin (Larry) lakobke. Amy (Kirk) Johnson and John; dearest grandfather of Grant and Dana: fond brother of Michael (Mary) Misturak; fond uncle of Barbara (Kevin) pnske and Donna (John) Brachtl Funeral services Wednesday 10 a m at Skaa Terrace Funeral Home, 7812 N. Milwaukee Ave , Niles Interment Elmwood Cemetery Visitation Tuesday 3 p m to 9 p m. with prayer services beginning at 7 p m Info 847-966-7302 V ALMANAC In 2000, Gwendolyn Brooks, 83, Illinois' poet laureate and the first black to win a Pulitzer Prize, died in Chicago. On Dec. 3, 1818, Illinois was admitted to the Union as its 21st state. In 1828 Andrew Jackson was elected president. In 1833 Oberlin College opened in Ohio as the nation's first coeducational school of higher learning. In 1894 Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson died in Samoa. He was 44. In 1947 Tennessee Williams' acclaimed "A Streetcar Named Desire" opened on Broadway, starring Marlon Brando, Jessica Tandy and Kim Hunter. In 1960 the musical "Camel-ot" opened on Broadway. In 1962 London was shrouded in one of its worst fogs in years. Scores of people died of sulfur dioxide poisoning before the fog lifted four days later. In 1967 the 20th Century Limited, the famed luxury train, completed its final run from New York City to Chicago. In 1975 communists took control of Laos and declared an end to its 600-year monarchy. In 1979 11 people were trampled to death at Cincinnati's Riverfront Coliseum during a rock concert by The Who. In 1980 Reps. Frank Thompson (D-N.J.) and John Murphy (D-N.Y.) were convicted in the FBI's Abscam bribery case. In 1984 more than 4,000 people died when a cloud of gas escaped from a pesticide plant operated by a Union Carbide Corp. subsidiary in Bhopal, India. In 1996 a judge ruled that Hawaii must issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. In 1999 stage and screen actress Madeline Kahn died in New York City. She was 57. MOOT Marie L. Moot, nee Kluck, beloved wife of the late Howard A.; loving mother of Nancy (Terry) Habeger, Steven (Mary), Deborah (Alan) O'Brien and Barbara (Matthew) Pnbble; dearest grandmother of Heidi (Patricio) lligary, Holly and Hans (Joanna) Habeger, Kate (David) Eichstadt and Kevin Moot, Collin and Caitlyn O'Brien. Joshua and Jeremy Chato; dear sister of Milton Kluck Memorial Mass Saturday, Dec. 8, 2001, 11:30 a m. at Saint Paul of the Cross Church, 140 S Northwest Hwy. (2 blocks S of Touhy), Park Ridge Interment Saint Joseph Cemetery In lieu of flowers, memorials to Carmelite Monastery, 1101 N River Rd , Des Plaines, IL 60016. Arrangements by Ryan-Parke Funeral Home. 847-823-1171. MULLOY Joseph L. Mulloy, age 91, a veteran of WWII, U S N , Naval Intelligence. J Beloved husband of Catherine Mul- loy, nee Struble; loving father of Dennis (Sandra). Marv. Susan and Patricia (John) Doran. fond grandfather of Katie, Brendan, Patty and Ginny. Visitation 3 to 9 p.m. Monday. Funeral Tuesday 9 a m from the Andrew J. McGann Funeral Home a Son, 10727 S. Pulaski Rd. to St. Cajetan Church. Mass 10 a m Interment St Mary Cemetery. Retired member of Operating Engineers local 399. 773-783-7700 Or 708-423-5400 NERO Albert A Nero, 74. of Elmhurst, at peace November 30, 2001, U S Army Veteran of WW II and U S. S Navy Veteran of Korea; loving hus- band of the late Patricia H . nee Tin der; dear father of Toni Anderson. David, Paul, James (Rose) and the late Karen (Daniel) Garcia; proud grandfather of Kellie (Richard) Landry, Thomas, Alexandra, Daniel III, Anthony, Paul and Amanda; brother of Molly (Chester) Fiso-rek, James (Lone) Nero and Fred Nero. At the Pedersen-Ryberg Mortuary, 435 N York Rd , Elmhurst (3 blks N of North Avenue), where friends may call on Tuesday at 3 p m until time of service at 8 p m interment private. Info 630-834-1133. NICHOLAS Lorraine Nicholas, nee walanskl, beloved wife of the late William j.; loving mother of Arleen (the late Robert) Rassin and the late Kathy (Lee) Pomeraning; devoted grandmother of Lisa (Brad) Ferguson; fond sister of the late Dolores (the late Albert) Malinowski; also loving aunt of many Funeral Tuesday December 4, at 10 a.m. from Colonlal-wojciechowski Funeral Home, 6250 N. Milwaukee Ave. to St. Mary of the Angels Church, Mass 11 a m. Entombment St. Adalbert. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Star Hospice Vista Health, 2615 Washington Waukegan, IL 60085 appreciated. Visitation Monday 3 to 9 pm, info: 773-774-0366 or www.colonialfuneral com CIFD OZIEMKOWSKI Alice C Oziemkowski, nee Slosowskl, beloved wife of the late Albert; loving mother of Pamela, Paula, Susan (John) Flanc, Thomas (Mary) and Joyce (Michael) Houlihan; dear grandmother of Nicholas and Christopher Flanc; fond sister of Henry (Irene) Slosowski, Helen Slosowski, Adeline (Walter) Rakauskis and John Slosowski; daughter-in-law of Josephine Oziemkowski; also many nieces and nephews Funeral Wednesday 10 30 a m from Modell Funeral Home, 7710 S Cass Ave , Dar-ien to Holy Trinity church Mass 1115 a m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery Visitation Tuesday 2 to 9 p m In lieu of flowers donations to American Cancer society appreciated. 630-852-3595 PAJAC josepn G Paiac, Jr , age 50. ot oak Lawn, Deiovea nusDana oi Bonne, nee Winter; greatest father of Donald Murphy and Patricia Paiac; devoted son of Joseph. Sr and the late Margaret; cherished brother of Margie fDnht Qanac rialr crtn.m.latA, nl ln,c Uiinlar- fond godfather of Jennifer Banas, uncle of many nieces ana nepnews, Droiner-m-iaw or Jim (Mary Ann) Winter. Don (Tina) Winter, Chris (John) Higgins and Paul (Diane) Winter; good iriena to many tmpioyee or case international Member of Oak Lawn H s Booster Club Visitation Monday 2 to 9 p m at Thompson ft nuenster Funeral Home, bbu w Vbtn St., with prayer service at 6 p m Interment private. 708-425-0500 OBITUARIES JOHN MITCHUM, 82 Brother of famous actor; played bit parts in films Los Angeles Times John Mitchum, who followed his movie-star brother Robert to Hollywood and became a character actor who appeared in scores of movies and hundreds of television shows, has died. He was 82. Mr. Mitchum, who died Thursday at a Los Angeles hospital, appeared on screen in the 1950s as John Mallory and under his own name after 1962. He had small parts in 80 feature films, including "Stalag 17," "Submarine Command," "Chi-sum," "Paint Your Wagon," "High Plains Drifter," "The Outlaw Josie Wales" and "Bandolero!" On television, he appeared on about 800 shows, including "Gunsmoke," "Perry Mason," "Dragnet," "Batman," "Twilight Zone," "The Waltons" and "Little House On the Prairie." He also had recurring roles on "Riverboat" (as Pickalong) and "F Troop" (as Hoffenmueller). Mr. Mitchum's most memorable role was as Clint Eastwood's detective partner, Frank di Ge-orgio, in "Dirty Harry" and its two sequels: "Magnum Force" and "The Enforcer." A singer, songwriter and poet, he had a far more unusual show-business distinction. He wrote and co-wr6te the words to the only album John Wayne ever made, "America, Why I Love Her," a 1973 work of patriotic poetry recitations that was re-released after Wayne's death in 1979. The album earned Mr. Mitchum a Grammy nomination in the best spoken-album category. Mr. Mitchum was born in Bridgeport, Conn., in 1919. In 1933, the two Mitchum Sign aguestbook for someone on this page. See tke obituary section at PARRELLA Marion T. Parrella, nee Nlcastro, 74, of Lombard, beloved wife of Joseph; loving mother of Christine Parrella; dear sister of thelate Angelo (Louise) Nicastro and Joan Lopez; dear aunt of several nieces and nephews; fond cousin to many. Funeral Wednesday 9:30 a.m. from Steuerle Funeral Home, 350 S Ardmore Ave , Villa Park to St. John the Apostle Church Mass 10 a.m. Entombment Christ the King Mausoleum, Queen of Heaven Cemetery Visitation Tuesday 3 to 9 p m. In lieu of flowers memorials to Hospice of the North Shore, 9701 N. Knox, Skokie, IL 60076 appreciated For info 630-832-4161 or www POLONCSIK John S Poloncsik, age 47, of Berwyn, formerly of Cicero, beloved nusband of Pamela, nee Zoul; cherished son of John and Dolores, nee Harla; loving father of Erin and Jonathan; fond brother of Christine Wilczewski Resting at Koplcki s Heritage Funeral Home, 31 17 S. Oak Park Ave . Berwyn. Visitation Tuesday, December 4, 2001, 4 p m to time of service 7 pm Interment private Directions to F H at www legacy com 708-788-7775. RICHARDSON George B "Jim" Richardson, vet- eran of WWII, beloved husband of Betty, nee Kranz; loving father of Sharon (John) Sullivan, Linda (Michael) O'Dowd, Darlene (Larry) Thorson, Betsy (Jim) Lunk, Terry (Cathy) Richardson, Lorn (Steve) Langert, Karen (Bill) Solava and John Richardson; dearest grandfather of 18, dear great-grandfather of five; fond brother of Mary Jane (John) Miller and the late Charles, Donald (Helen), Rita, Raymond (Lois), Francis "Rooney" (lavergne) Richardson; kind uncle of many nieces ana nephews Visitation Tuesday 2 to 9 p m. Funeral Wednesday 9:15 a m from Robert J. Sheehy and Sons Funeral Home, 9000 W. 151st Street, Orland Park to St. Michael Church Mass 10 a.m. interment Lincoln National Cemetery, Elwood, Illinois. 708-857-7878 www RICHTER Frances A Richter, nee Svoma, age 81, of Bol-ingbrook, beloved wife of the late Raymond; loving mother of Raymond, Allen (June), Frances (Oscar) Silmon and Bernadette of 21; great-great-grandmother of one; predeceased by great-grandson Sabas-tian Alexander Jurs Funeral service Wednesday 9 am at Bollngbrook-McCauley Funeral Chapel & crematorium, 530 w. Boughton Rd. (1 mi West of Rt. 53, at Schmidt Rdj Boling-brook Interment Memory Gardens Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday 3 to 9 p.m. 630-759-1212 or SAUNDERS Louise Saunders, nee McGowan, age 86, beloved wife of the late Melville; loving mother of Gary (Julie) and the late Susan Saunders' dear grandmother of Jennifer and fond sister of James (Ellen) McGowan. Funeral services Wednesday a m at Frledrlch Jones Funeral Home, 44 s. Mill St., Naperville. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens west Cemetery in Oakbrook Terrace. Visitation Tuesday 6 to 9 p m. Info 630-355-0213 SCHILLER Florence V Schiller, nee Valentlnas, beloved wife of the late Frank; dear sister of late Emily Jonaitis, Irene Jordan and Elmer valentinas; devoted aunt of Frances, Joseph (Frances), Mary Jordan, Edward (Kathy) Gestar, the late Therese Sokolski, Eileen Vollinger and Michael Jordan; also many great-nieces and great-nephews Funeral Tuesday 8 45 a m from Modell Funeral Home, 5725 S Pulaski Rd , to St. Adrian Church Mass 9:30 a m. Interment St Casimir Cemetery In lieu of flowers. Masses appreciated Visitation Monday 2 to 9 p m. 773-767-4730 . SCHLIEP Martin J Schliep, Jr , of Bartlett, beloved husband of Enza, nee Diperti, from Mola DiBari, Italy; devoted father of Martin III and Anthony: loving son-in-law of Peter and Frances Diperti; dear brother of Margaret J Runnberg. Elizabeth (Mitch) Smith. Wanda J Greenwich, fond broth er-in-law of Vito (Staci) Diperti and Maria Ligato; aear uncle ot many nieces ana nepnews Funeral Wednesday. 9 am from Safer no s Rosedale Chapels, 450 W Lake St , (34 mi w ot uioomingaaieNoseiie rosi, to bt Isidore Church, mass 10 a m Interment St Joseph Cemetery Visitation Tuesday 3 to 9 p m i-or imo: 6JU-88V-1UU CIFD I John Mitchum brothers 16-year-old Robert and 14-year-old John hitchhiked and rode the rails to California where their sister, Annette, was living in Long Beach. John Mitchum later followed his brother's lead and went to work at Lockheed Aircraft in Burbank. Drafted into the Army in 1944 and discharged in 1946, Mr. Mitchum was walking down Santa Monica Boulevard a year later when an agent asked him if he was an actor. When Mr. Mitchum said he wasn't, the agent said, "So, do you want to be one?" As recounted in his memoir, Mr. Mitchum was taken to a studio on Cahuenga Boulevard where the director of a pioneer saga called "The Prairie" gave him a once-over and cast him as the naive young man in love with the heroine. He appeared in a handful of films with brother Robert, including "The Lusty Men" in 1952 and the 1989 TV movie "Jake Spanner, Private Eye," in which the Mitchums played brothers. SCHULMAN Bertha schulman, born in Russia on September 3, 1903, sister of the late Eli (Esther) Schulman, Nathan, Florence and Belle; aunt of Marc (Maureen) Schulman, Marlene (Mack) Winn, Cindy (Michael) Goldfarb, Barbara Notarius and Joan (Joel) Muhlbauer; great-aunt of Haley, Kori and Elana Schulman, Miles Winn, Nicolette and Noah Goldfarb, Sydney Notarius, Shayna and Eli Muhlbauer. Graveside services Tuesday, 1 1 a m., at the Lomzer Cemetery, Gate 111-Jewish Waldheim, Des Plaines and Roosevelt Road, Forest Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Eli M Schulman PlaygroundSeneca Park Fund, co Eli's, 6701 W Forest Preserve Drive, Chicago 60634. Info, The Weinstein Family Services Wilmette Chapel. 847-256-5700. SCHWARTZ Michael "Moishe" Schwartz, 67, a Holocaust survivor, beloved husband of 31 years to Merle, nee Karlin; loving father of Yael "Lynn" Ellsworth, Michal "Michel" Schwartz and Yoel Joel" Schwartz; proud grandfather of Anthony and Michael Ellsworth; dearest brother of Mor-decai Schwartz and the late Brurya Schwartz; son of the late Yoel Torco and Rosa Schwartz. Chapel service Monday 1 p.m. at The Plser Chapel, 9200 N Skokie Blvd , (at Church St.), Skokie Interment Shalom Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations made to Leukemia Research Foundation, 820 Davis St., Suite 420, Evanston, IL 60201-9535 would be appreciated, info: 847-679-4740 SOLDAT Valerie J Soldat, nee Jodko. beloved wife of the late Stanley; loving mother of Virginia Zitko; dear grandmother ofvalann Zitko, Nina (Dennis) Brewerton, Kathlene (Stevan) Huitgren. William (Darlene) Zitko, Gregory (Robin) zitko. Tarece (Rob) Yost and the Tate Walter Zitko; great-grandmother of 13; great-great-grandmother of eight; fond sister of Sophrona Deer-ing and the late Kazmir Jotka and Joseph Jodko; also many nieces and nephews. Visitation Monday 5 to 9 p m. at Modell Funeral Home, 7710 S Cass Ave , Danen, where funeral service will be held Tuesday. 10:30 a m Interment Elmwood Cemetery 630-852-3595. STEHMAN See Marie "Mary" Feeney notice. STROKOTTER Alma Joan Strokotter, age 1 month, of Vernon Hills, cherished daughter of Angela Dooley and Greg Strokotter; beloved granddaughter of John and Julie Dooley and val and Dough Parsons; fond niece of Brian Strokotter, Adam, Anthony and John Dooley. Visitation at Mlch-allk Funeral Home, 1056 W. Chicago Ave (at Ogden), Chicago, Monday 6 to 9 p.m. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a m., to St. John Cantius Church for Requiem Tridentine Funeral Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Michael the Archangel Cemetery, info 312-421-0936. SUBKO Delia "Daisy" Subko, nee Bruno, 78, of Dolton (25 plus years), formerly of Burnside Beloved wife of the late Edward "Chink" Subko, dearest mother of Susan (Jim) Hering, Andrea (Auggie) Garritano and Edward (Sharon) Subko; cherished sister of Sarah Reader, Yolanda Murray Rose Kafka, Carmella (Anthony) Adduce! and Richard Bruno, fond grandmother of six. Visitation 2 until 8pm Tuesday at the Hlrsch Funeral Home. Memorial Chapels, 7151 W 183rd St Tinley Park Chapel services 11 a m. Wednesday at St Mary Cemetery, Evergreen Park 708-532-4700. TOWALSKI jeannette L. Towalski, beloved wife of the late Joseph S ; devoted mother of Joseph F. (Eve lyn) and the late Richard J "Li'l Richard", loving grandmother of Joseph C , Andrea and Melanie; great-grandmother of Christian; sister of Helen Drabczyk; also survived by many nieces and nephews Funeral Wednesday, 9 15 a m from Malec a Sons Funeral Home. 6000 N Milwaukee Ave., to St John Brebeuf Church, Mass 10 a m Interment St Adalbert Cemetery Visitation Monday, 5 to 9 p m and Tuesday, 2 to 9 pm 773-774-4100 UGOLINE Pauline M Ugoline, age 75, beloved wife of the late Othello; loving mother of Benita and Linda Ugoline; dear sister of Dolores McCollum Visitation Tuesday 4 to 9 p m at Egan Funeral Home, 3700 W 63rd St where funeral services will be held Tuesday at 8 p m Interment private lnformation'773-S82-20O0.

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