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Damon & Sonya Perkins posted on 1/17/19

Donnie lll, We are sending prayers and love during this difficult time to you and your family. Dawn was so sweet and we had some fun times back when we you guys played softball every week. She will be missed.

 

Katherine Tribble posted on 1/17/19

Don, Alice and family. I'm so sorry to hear of Dawn passing. Praying that God comforts you all!

 

Jerry Helfrich posted on 1/17/19

It’s pretty sad that Sharon’s companion of 10 years wasn’t even mentioned in the obituary.

 

Kris Knox posted on 1/17/19

Most deepest sympathy to the Reid family. In my thoughts and prayers at this sad time. May God Bess you all.

 

 

Sue (Meisenheimer, Hoxsie) Bricker posted on 1/16/19

Derald I'm so sorry that I did not get up to see you. I remember as kids going up to see all of you when we were young My dad and mom Leland and Blanche Meisenheimer. My heart goes out to you Cheryl and your kids.

 

Bobbie Maggio posted on 1/16/19

I met June when she and Bert were my next door neighbors at Lincoln Tower. We shared so many wonderful times together. It almost seemed like she was my "Second Mom". Both were kind, caring, selfless women and they both even shared the same name! I'll miss all the fun gatherings, the trips to Quincy, the quiet talks we had. She was a great listener. Today my heart is sad and the tears are flowing but I feel blessed that our paths crossed so many years ago.

 

 

Patty Dyr- Ray posted on 1/15/19

Uncle Derald I am going to miss you so much. I know you are not in pain or discomfort anymore but I wish you were still here. Rest in Paradise Unk

 

George Tinkham posted on 1/15/19

It is a pleasure to enjoy the fellowship of a like-minded motorhead. Dick was such a person. I first met Dick through the Springfield Milers BMW Motorcycle Club. Although we have not exactly stayed in touch these past few years, I always liked and appreciated Dick - and was glad I got to know him. I was saddened to learn of his passing. Please accept my condolences.

 

 

Serge & Olivia posted on 1/15/19

A very sweet grandma. The few times we visited her, she was always happy. We loved her sense of humor and her courage. We will certainly miss her next time we come to visit that side of the pond. See you at The House, Grandma.

 

Donna Walker posted on 1/15/19

RIP Jimmy he was a great friend , you will be missed prayers to all !

 

 

Teresa Smith posted on 1/15/19

Grandma "De" was always very welcoming, kind and loving. She accepted me as a member of the family immediately, we always loved to visit her and Grandpa "De". They always knew how to have a little fun, and we always loved our visits with them. We will miss you Grandma De.

 

 

Sally (Wilkerson) Kimmel posted on 1/15/19

The years of friendship between our parents is unforgettable. The card games, the dinners, the square dancing, but mostly their friendship taught us all how to Cherish our friends.

 

Susan Verardi posted on 1/15/19

Phill & Janet Thank you for sharing Grandma D with me for so many years. She was a gem. Love and hugs to all of you.

 

Molly Grady Risse posted on 1/15/19

Connie, David, Jack and Debra, I was saddened to read today’s paper, about the passing of Jimmie. I can say, that he was the most polite guy, that I have ever known. We played together as tikes, when my dad and yours both worked for Kraft Foods. Our Friendship went on thru High School. I used to love to watch him shoot hoops and swing a golf club. We both ended up working at the State Capitol Complex, and worked on many, many Democratic Campaigns together, thru the years. I will be keeping you all in my prayers. Love and God Bless, Molly Grady Risse

 

Gayla Garner posted on 1/14/19

Jim was the sweetest guy I ever knew. I am so sad that he is gone so young. His family is in my prayers.

 

 

Kari Chastain posted on 1/14/19

Always willing to help others and very, very kind.

 

Fr. George Remm posted on 1/14/19

As the Pastor of St. Patrick's Church in Urbana from 1986-2004 I witnessed the faith of Roy Rhodes manifested in his devotion to Mass. I'm sorry I cannot be with you to celebrate his funeral. But I assure you that I have and will remember him in my daily prayers and Mass. May God give him eternal rest in the peace and joy of heaven.

 

Marie posted on 1/13/19

I had been out of the country for a few years and just now heard about your loved one. We had so many fun times riding on his Harley at 2-3 am around the lake and just enjoying each other’s Company. I will miss the late night calls we shared and Great times at the Hotel. Peace be with you all. Marie

 

Jeannette Waters posted on 1/13/19

I worked for Jim at the Attorney Generals Office. He was the kindest person and I was Blessed to have him as a Boss. He was great at his job and we had alot of great laughs and good times. I would have liked to paid my last respect to him so please know that I have always prayed for Jim and he was a friend, not only a boss. HE loved his family so much. He will be sorely missed. Cherish the good times and know he is with you all always! God bless. He is watching over you from Heaven. ..look for his signs. Take care

 

Monica Miller posted on 1/13/19

Doris was a wonderful woman and a loving companion to my brother. May God wrap his loving arms around your family during this time of loss and in all the days to come. Prayers.

 

NELLIE REED posted on 1/13/19

To the family of Doris. I was a class mate of your loved one and the friendship that we had through the years I will always cherish. I send loving thoughts and pray God give you as family comfort. God bless.

 

 

Bethany Hunter posted on 1/12/19

Doris will be missed by all who knew her. I am grateful to have known her and for her wisdom, strength, hope which she shared in our fellowship. John, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love, The Hunters

 

Sandra Belyea Lachenauer posted on 1/12/19

Greatly saddened to read of Roy’s passing. We were classmates at Dubois grade school and SHS. He was loved by all!

 

 

Marcia Miller posted on 1/12/19

I remember Peggy from high school and then I would see her in recent years at fish frys at Riverton KC's. She was always so friendly, sweet and gracious. May her family remember all the good memories they had together.

 

 

Jennifer S posted on 1/12/19

Your devotion to the Lord was exemplary. Rest easy Roy.

 

 

Gean Rodgers Tinsley posted on 1/12/19

So sorry for the loss of a classmate 1964 RCHS

 

Pat Rhodes posted on 1/11/19

Bridgett & Billy, So sorry for your loss Peggy was a special person..in our thoughts and prayers

 

 

Sara Kay Ruebling posted on 1/11/19

No Words, except such a sweet soul taken too soon. RIP sweet Jesse Sincere condolences to her Family

 

Patty Vaughn posted on 1/11/19

In the last message from Peggy, she once again, shared Jesus' love. She encouraged all to receive His light & grace, and then, in turn, to do the same. Peggy was encouraging and loving. She still is!

 

Barbara Thomas posted on 1/10/19

Prayers and hugs for all the family. God has another angel in heaven.

 

James Hasty posted on 1/10/19

I Love You Jessie <3 My heart Aches... /:

 

Jay and Angie Greenwalt posted on 1/10/19

Our deepest sympathies to all. Jessie will be sadly missed. Love and prayers being sent.

 

 

Jennifer & Derek Winter posted on 1/10/19

"Death leaves a heartache noone can heal; love leaves a memory noone can steal" Rest in peace Jessie Derek says put in a good word for the cardinals up there!

 

 

Brandy Neff posted on 1/10/19

I love you Jessie

 

 

Mikki Buhl posted on 1/10/19

Peggy was a very special and caring person. I was on a few Koinonia retreat weekends with her. Prayers and thoughts be lifted to her family members and friends.

 

Jeffery M Bowser posted on 1/10/19

when Grandma first let me watch NASCAR she told me " Okay Jeffery the driver you want to root for is number 48 Jimmie Johnson" and ever since then I have been a Jimmie Johnson fan all my life and always will be. GO WARRIORS

 

 

Teresa Straub posted on 1/10/19

May God hold you all up in his arms through this difficult time.

 

Ellen DeVries Scheller posted on 1/10/19

I was a close friend of Elva. We worked together for the Secretary of States Office 1953-1955. We kept in touch by emails for years and exchanging Christmas cards and notes. I sent her a card this year and wondered why I hadn t received one from her. She was a very special friend. I am so sorry to hear of her passing.

 

 

Cathy Thomas posted on 1/9/19

Cheryl, Hollie, and Karin I am glad I got to spend time helping Derald in the garage. I will always remember the things he helped me learn.

 

Marcia Miller posted on 1/7/19

Cheryl and family, I am so sorry for the loss of your mother. Monica enjoyed spending time at your house and I hope that they are both enjoying heaven together. May wonderful memories console all of you at this difficult time.

 

Mary Lyn Sundberg posted on 1/7/19

I met Elva many years ago at First National Bank where we worked together in the Data Processing Customer Service Department. When the bank disbanded the Data Processing Department and we all went in different directions, our department decided that we wanted to stay connected and meet once a month. We felt our meetings needed a name and hence, the 'Huggers' were born. Even when I came in on vacation, I would make sure I let them know and we would have our meeting at that time. The ladies played such an important part in my life and Elva was a major part of that. I always felt a special connection to her - maybe because we were closer in age. I had tried to reach her to get together, wish I could have seen her one more time. Prayers and healing to Tom and family. You already know what a wonderful wife and mother she was and she will be greatly missed by all.

 

Peggy Styer posted on 1/7/19

Becky thinking of you and your family at this sad time Ruby is with the Lord now and not hurting anymore. Love and prayers Peggy.

 

Linda (Langston) Kunz posted on 1/7/19

Dear Gail. My deepest words of sympathy but also words of victory to you, your sister Becky, and all your other family, kids and grandchildren, because we all have The Lord’s assurance of her new life in Heaven with your Dad and eventually each of us. Praise Jesus for taking her pain and rewarding her for her faithfulness. Ruby was and always will be a jewel of a lady, friend and sister in Christ. My parents loved her and your dad so much! She showed kindness to me many times that I won’t ever forget. I regret that I didn’t learn of her passing until just now when I opened Facebook. Sorry I’m not there to hug you and share this day with your family. But I’m praying for your comfort and strength today and in the days ahead. Linda and Louis Kunz

 

Kelly Greene posted on 1/7/19

I met Elva when I started my first job straight out of college in 1993 at FirstBank of Illinois. I got to know her and Pat Gall quickly - they were like grandmother figures to me and we soon realized we had common interests - golfing and drinking a beer, so the age difference didn't seem to matter. For several years we walked the links of Pasfield, Bunn, and Bergen Parks after work, and joining for supper and a drink afterwards. Even after mergers and retirements separated us, we and a few others from the Bank would get together periodically to discuss old times. I did not realize she had been ill, as I just recently sent her a message on FB to get together for lunch in December. Elva was one of the good ones - I will sure miss her. I hope she and Pat are hitting the links in heaven. Prayers to her family that she loved so much.

 

Kathy Hall posted on 1/7/19

So very sorry for your loss! Moms are so special!! She is having a wonderful time in heaven! But we here will always miss her. ❤️❤️

 

Barbara Nelson posted on 1/7/19

Earlene was a enthusiastic fun friend. She was always ready to participate and found joy and laughter whenever we were together especially if the kids were involved. I will always be thankful that she was my friend.

 

 

Deloris kraus posted on 1/6/19

You was an awsome lady. I always enjoyed seeing you and your family all together. You will always be in ❤.

 

Paul and Margie Aherin posted on 1/6/19

My sympathies to Tom, Stu, Gayle, Karl, Mildred and all your families. As her cousins (many of our parents) passed away Elva became the glue that kept all our families connected and reunited us to the rest of our family in Germany as well. Her kindness, hospitality and love of family didnt go unnoticed and will be missed.

 

Sandy Hagan posted on 1/6/19

My sincere condolences to Earline's family. I haven't seen Earline in 47 years but had been in contact with her on Facebook for several years. She trained me for my first office job at Horace Mann back in late 1966 and I worked with her for 5 years until I had my first child. Now she's pain free and looking down from heaven over her loved ones.

 

Fran Eaton posted on 1/6/19

To the Taylor Family I am sorry for your loss.

 

 

Art Taylor posted on 1/6/19

I will miss you

 

 

Art Taylor posted on 1/6/19

I will always miss you. You will be in my heart. I love you.

 

 

Art Taylor posted on 1/6/19

The world will never be the same without you. I will dearly miss you.you will always be in my heart. I love you

 

 

Wanda Russell posted on 1/6/19

You will be missed by us and definitely by Xxavier Taylor

 

 

Cheryl lord posted on 1/6/19

I love you and miss you mom

 

 

Heather and Jonathan Howard posted on 1/6/19

You were an amazing woman with a great heart. Thank you for being Jonathan's other grandmother. You truly impacted his life. You will forever be in our hearts. Rest well.

 

William & Starla Black posted on 1/6/19

Sending sympathy and love to the family at the loss of your dear mother. Your in our prayers

 

Sue McIntosh posted on 1/5/19

Sorry for your loss, prayers for the family

 

Judy Zillion posted on 1/5/19

I am so sorry to hear about Ruby. She was a wonderful person. My prayers go out to all her loved ones.

 

Susie hager posted on 1/5/19

So very sorry for your great loss. Prayers to all.of you at this very sad time.

 

Janet Standridge posted on 1/5/19

Sorry for your loss, she was so sweet to me growing up and even in adulthood, I would stop and chat with her and my grandsons when she was sitting outside. She will be missed by all of us.

 

Sharon Gebhardt Miller posted on 1/5/19

Betty: prayers for comfort and peace.

 

Brenda Hicks posted on 1/4/19

The family sends the family love and prayers.

 

 

Jeanie Krell posted on 1/4/19

Heaven has welcomed another warrior home! Rest in peace D.J. until we meet again. I love you.

 

Todd Hirstein posted on 1/4/19

I was fortunate to meet Janice through my lifelong friendship with Dennis. She grew to be an amazing woman who spent her time trying to quietly provide support and assistance to those lucky enough to have entered her orbit. And to Dennis, we don’t pass away, we pass on. The energy that was Janice will thrive for eternity, an energy that flows through you too old friend. I wish Janice well as her adventure continues. Our grief is for the loss from our loss of her physical presence. Our joy is her legacy, that of a warm, caring person who now moves on into the Cosmos. Soar on Janice.

 

Sharon Stapleton Fowler posted on 1/4/19

Tom drove the SMTD route that went down the street I grew up on, and several of my sisters and I rode that bus to and from school. Tom was such a friendly and nice guy, he would drop us off at our driveway, and if we weren't riding the bus but were sitting out on our front porch/stoop, he always waved to us as he drove down the street. Condolences to his family.

 

 

George and Trish Laubner posted on 1/3/19

Dear Frank: So very saddened by the news of Cheryl’s passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers. We are in Naples, FL until May 1. God Bless!

 

Sheila Presbrey posted on 1/3/19

Maria and family: All of us at Famous Salon wish to extend our deepest sympathy. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. -famous salon staff

 

Don and Vickie Thompson posted on 1/3/19

Dearly enjoyed Eleanor’s company and time we spent together. We will really miss her!

 

 

Jeanette (Bartlett) Fancher posted on 1/3/19

Little did I know the last time I went to our luncheons - how blessed I was to have sat next to you. Your smile and laughter cannot be forgotten & shall continue to “light” our hearts with so many fond memories . . . Thoughts and prayers to the family. May each memory allow her to continue to live on.

 

Pamela Hargan posted on 1/3/19

Jay and family, I’m so sorry for the loss of your mom. Thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Mary Burris posted on 1/3/19

Thiking of you all love and prayers

 

MARILYN Cisco posted on 1/3/19

Dennis and Nancy, we are so sorry for your loss. love, Marilyn and David

 

 

Gwen posted on 1/3/19

Danny was a funny old man. I used to be his bartender and also his friend. He always played the song “Gwen Congratulations” for me and said we were going to Waikikikikikiki lol you will be missed Danny

 

Dawn Shellhammer posted on 1/2/19

Frank, Stacey and family I was quite surprise to hear about Cheryl. We all worked together for many years at the Department on Aging. My prayers are with all of you

 

Kathleen Podzimek posted on 1/2/19

Cheryl was a dear friend who will be sorely missed. Cheryl had a loving, spiritual presence that drew many people to her, including myself. She was always helping others through her sewing or musical or leadership talents, volunteering for her church and for mission work. Cheryl was a woman who I admired and who is, I'm sure, with God now. Many blessings for Cheryl, for Frank, for Stacey, and for the rest of her family.

 

Mike Aden posted on 1/2/19

Condolences to the family and for sure his service to our Country will always be remembered.

 

Joy & Jeff List posted on 1/2/19

Will miss talking to George on the Elk's patio and will miss his laughter. Such a sweet person. Will be missed.

 

B.K. Meyer & Family posted on 1/2/19

Thoughts and prayers with the family.

 

Kelly Myers posted on 1/1/19

I’m so sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathies for your family. Love, The Myers Family

 

Katherine & Bradley Stephens posted on 1/1/19

To the Krell family, in the few years that we’ve been members on the MOPH & MOPHA, Danny always went out of his way to make us feel welcome. He had a genuine kind soul. We will miss seeing him & are thankful for all he’s done for our chapter! Danny is sorely missed! Our prayers to his family & friends as they learn to live life without his physical presence. He’ll live on in our hearts & memories! Thank you Danny Krell for all you’ve done!

 

Greg Lessman posted on 12/31/18

You and your family are in our heart and mind. Christie and I send condolences on the passing of your brother It’s terrible to hear about your loss and we express sincere sympathy to you and your family.

 

FR.GARY LANTZ posted on 12/31/18

I DROVE A CITY BUS FROM 57-73. TOMMEY WAS DRIVING THEN ALSO. JUST WISH TO EXPRESS MY PRAYERS TO HIS FAMILIES.

 

Jerry Hirstein posted on 12/31/18

Carnduff family, George will be greatly missed on the golf course and at our Tuesday lunches at the Elks Lodge. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Sherry Struck posted on 12/31/18

Rest In Peace, Jan. You will be missed!! So glad I had the opportunity to meet you and volunteer with you and call you friend. I will never forget you and your amazing spirit! My sympathy and prayers for your family.

 

Rose Connolly posted on 12/31/18

So sorry to hear of the loss of Danny Krell, founder of MoPH. May he rest in peace ~ Amen

 

Kathie Friedewald Waggoner posted on 12/31/18

I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.Love wrapped in hugs and tied with prayer, a. Kathie

 

 

Timmy and Janie Hindt posted on 12/30/18

It was a great experience to know Danny. He had several stories to share. Having him as a friend and neighbor was quite an experience. He will be dearly missed. Timmy and Janie Hindt

 

Joe & Melanie Schaler posted on 12/30/18

Melanie and I had the honor to join the Chapter some 5 years ago. We were blessed to get to know Danny and he was committed to serving our veterans and to work with schools to make sure they never forgot the sacrifices made to keep us free.

 

Bob Reed posted on 12/30/18

Sad to hear of Danny’s passing. He & I enjoyed a few drinks together. My sympathy to his family that he thought so very much of.

 

Linda Mitchell posted on 12/29/18

I was deeply saddened by the news of Danny's passing. My heart felt condolences to you and your family.

 

 

Becky posted on 12/29/18

When I think of my Uncle John there is always a smile on his face, golf clubs near by, and a Polo T-shirt being worn. My favorite story is one my cousin Stephanie told me many years ago. John was driving the convertible (top down) with Stephanie in the car. She was getting cold and John asked, "Do you want me to put the windows up?". I can only imagine the look Steph gave him. Sweet Goofball!

 

Becky posted on 12/29/18

When images of John come to my mind there is always a smile on his face, golf clubs near by, and a polo t-shirt being worn. My favorite story of him was one my cousin Stephanie told me years ago of a time when she was riding in her Dad's convertible (with top down) and she was cold. So John asked her if she wanted the windows up. I can only image the look Steph gave her dad. Sweet Goofball.

 

Marty Somers posted on 12/29/18

My brother John was a musician, a roofer, a mechanic, a golfer, a car enthusiast, a single parent who raised two wonderful children, a genuinely kind, giving, and loving man. I will miss him deeply. The world is dimmer without his spirit in it.

 

Anne Somers posted on 12/29/18

John will always be in my heart as one of the most gentle souls I have ever known. His smile was always so genuine and contagious. I'm so sorry for the loss to our family, but especially to Joe and Stephanie. Peace and Love. Anne

 

Martha lazzeri ushman posted on 12/28/18

Sorry for your loss remembering when we would go to your house with mom and dad. Rich and Josephine lazzeri very lovely woman

 

G Dixon posted on 12/27/18

We love and miss "Uncle"

 

 

Jessica Price posted on 12/27/18

Miss you Uncle Duck

 

Rocky Roberts posted on 12/26/18

I first met Vern at Drew's downtown,followed him to Jefferson and Fairhills. He made me several golf clubs,fishing poles lures,and spent many hours on my dads boat fishing and talking about everything.I watched him play racketball and complain about his sore arm always wrapping it in some kind of contraption. i asked him once won't that mess with you barbering.....he told me he really wasn't that good of a barber. Classic Vern. I was honored to be a lifelong customer and a friend. He told me he had given me his last haircut and charged me what he charged me the first time $1.00. I may not have been his last haircut but he made me feel like I was. Sorry to the Dennison family for your loss.

 

MB posted on 12/26/18

I extend my heartfelt sympathy to the Buchanan family. May those precious memories of your dear loved one Edwin be foremost in your hearts and minds along with this wonderful promise that Jesus made at John 5:28,29. Again, my sincere condolences.

 

Bill Johnson posted on 12/26/18

Vern was a great guy. He cut my hair as well as my father's hair. Vern was always kind, talkative, and honest. I am sorry for your loss.

 

Morgan and Candace posted on 12/24/18

Rachel, we are sending our deepest sympathies. You and your family are in our prayers.

 

Bob Cowles posted on 12/24/18

Vern was not only a good barber, he was a good person. Also an excellent source for finding out what was going on around town.

 

Robert Gonko posted on 12/24/18

So sorry to hear of Vern's passing. My late father and I were both customers of The Men's Room for many years and always enjoyed seeing him. Rest in peace.

 

Dale Schofield posted on 12/24/18

I remember a lot of good times with Vern,on the golf course,in the barber shop and through e-mails . My prayers are with Janay and the family

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 12/24/18

To the Dennison family and friends please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your loved one Lloyd. Please read God's wonderful promise for the loved ones we have lost in death it will give you hope and comfort during this difficult time Acts 24:15; John 5:28, 29; Revelation 21: 1-5.

 

Ed Williams posted on 12/24/18

Sorry to hear about the passing of Vern. I knew him from the barber shop. I am sure he will be missed by all who knew and loved him. RIP Vern

 

Mike Lawrence posted on 12/23/18

Vern was a special person in my life. He was my barber for more than 20 years before I moved to Carbondale and, more importantly, we developed a friendship that I treasured. I enjoyed reconnecting with him when I returned to Springfield. My thoughts are with Vern's family, his loved ones and his long-time associates at the Men's Room.

 

 

Connie Sebok posted on 12/23/18

I had the pleasure of being Verns’ neighbor for over 25 years. I loved his sense of humor. He always had a story or joke to share. He will be terribly missed. I know he is in heaven now and he is entertaining everybody there.

 

Marilyn & Bill Franklin posted on 12/22/18

Carol & Family We were so sorry to hear about Walt. Keeping you & your family in our thoughts & prayers.

 

Brian Flynn posted on 12/22/18

Jamie & Jeff, So sorry about Aunt June. She was a beautiful, classy lady with a great sense of humor. We are so sorry we could not make it to the services. Love and Prayers to you and your family. Jeff it was great to see you last Saturday. Patti & Brian Flynn

 

 

Paula and Danny cook posted on 12/22/18

Penny and family, Our Heartfelt Sympathy and prayers goes out to Yous at this time..

 

Donna Bragg posted on 12/21/18

Tammy, I'm going to miss our long talks out in the yard, your crazy laugh, your jubilant spirit. You were a great neighbor and friend. Our Aarup Street family has lost a cherished member. Michelle, Tara, Nick, Penny, Lorna, Emily, and all the family I'm keeping you close in my heart and in my prayers at this very very difficult time.

 

Bob & Hallie LeBlanc posted on 12/20/18

We were so sad to hear of Tammy's passing. She was such a fun person and shared some amazing stories. It was through her sister Lorna and their love of Mexico that led to our meeting Tammy (through Lorna). Those 2 were extremely close and such good friends. We are just heartbroken. May God Bless Tammy and Lorna and all of their families.

 

 

Terri henry posted on 12/20/18

She will be missed by many

 

Terri L Henry posted on 12/20/18

We had some good times together. Oh how I miss that. My condolences to the family

 

 

Christine Burns Lehrfeld posted on 12/20/18

Faith, Hope, Grace and Gratitude. God bless you. Lena Marie Ostenburg is an inspiration to me now and in days before.

 

Dick and Ginger Rush posted on 12/20/18

Sincere condolences on your loss

 

Michael Cheney posted on 12/20/18

I met Jim when I first came to UIS and made a point as an administrator to get out and about and visit one on one with faculty and staff. As some who is also a "radio guy" we bonded quickly and had many hours of sharing radio stories. One of my highlights of visiting with Jim was when he gave a lecture as part of the LIS/LNT program and revisited some of the highlights of his books. And fittingly it was set up in the Prairie Stars radio station. Will always carry that image of Jim with me.

 

 

Denny and karla lucas posted on 12/20/18

Our heart felt sympathy is with you all during this very difficult time!♡ tammy was a wonderful friend!♡

 

Hallye Marty Kuhlman posted on 12/20/18

Such a beautiful person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Sincerely, The Marty Family (Sissy)

 

Marcia Miller posted on 12/20/18

Jayme, I am so sorry to read that your mother passed away, May wonderful memories comfort you at this difficult time. Hugs for you and your family.

 

Sharon Graf posted on 12/19/18

As a UIS Faculty member interested in audio technology, I had a number of conversations with Jim in passing about the subject when our paths crossed on campus. I'm grateful for the insight Jim provided and to have been able to connect with him in this way. I offer my heartfelt condolences to Jim's family, and hope that his memory will continue to cheer and guide them.

 

 

Linda DeHart posted on 12/19/18

Well Mom it’s almost Christmas again... hope you have a wonderful Heavenly Christmas with our family . We miss you and Love You .

 

Juli Claussen posted on 12/18/18

Hoping for peace and comfort at this time of grief. Love to you, Freddie, and your family. Godspeed, June.

 

Gwen Peregrin posted on 12/18/18

What a lady. Loved your sense of humor. Rest In Peace.

 

Kathy Crisler & family posted on 12/18/18

Karen & Jim, Nathan & Jesse, I'm sorry to hear that your Mom/Grandma passed.... Every time I had the fortune of visiting Clara Lu, I always left with a smile on my face as her demeanor was just the sweetest!

 

Timothy Parsons-Heather posted on 12/17/18

Hello Everybody – I’m Timothy Parsons-Heather. When we find ourselves at a loss for words, I think the heart helps us say what we feel most deeply about those closest to us. For everything that my friend Professor Jim Grubbs meant to education and the countless careers he built through his passion for teaching, I will always remember him for his authentic personality and unmatched gentleness. I most recently took Jim’s online course COM 458 “Media from a Liberal Arts Perspective” in the summer 2016, but I have known him for many years in a way that has not only advanced my critical knowledge about life, but that has enriched my appreciation for learning itself. I’m about five years younger than Jim, but he had a spectacular penchant for empathizing with anybody who felt comfortable enough to share their feelings with him. When I entered MacMurray College in August 1972 just three months out of high school, I aspired to become an on-air radio personality in the likes of Springfield’s Jim Palmer, Bob Murray, Tony Trent, Jim Gray, Doug Seigel – and the list goes on and on – all of whom knew Jim Grubbs well. I graduated in May 1976 with a Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Theatre Arts, with emphasis in radio-TV broadcasting and mass communication. My parents turned me toward a career in public service instead, but I never lost sight of becoming an on-air broadcaster. Thanks to Professor Jim Grubbs, I lived the spirit of that career through him. And, for all the textbooks that Jim used over the years, he’s the person who introduced me to the ‘bible’ of the radio broadcasting industry – the Joel Whitburn 'Billboard Top Music Hits' series that lists all the songs played on the radio in chronological order and by sales ranking. I’ve never told anybody this, but I was with Jim one day, and he began humming ‘The Lion Sleeps Tonight’ by The Tokens without even knowing it. That’s how comfortable he got with people. So let’s face it, we idolized Dr. Jim Grubbs. We’ve lost a man who delved deeply into the arts, values and humanity of life itself. We’ve been separated from a visionary whose soul was saturated with bounty and wisdom; a common-sense genius who lived his years at the intersection of virtue, technology and culture; and a friend whose memory and compassion will echo through our hearts and the valleys of central Illinois for decades to come. Timothy Parsons-Heather December 17, 2018

 

Alberta Williams posted on 12/16/18

To Jim's love ones. Please accept my sincere condolences. Even tho, I know of no words, to rid you of your pain, during this most difficult time. May our prayers, help strengthen us, and our memories, comfort us. At Isaiah 25:8; 26:19 we look forward to seeing our love ones again as Almighty God Jehovah lovingly promises.

 

John Malone posted on 12/16/18

I met Jim when I enrolled to earn my Masters degree at UIS. By then, I had worked in radio for 17 years and was changing careers to academia. Jim was my advisor and instructor for three courses. Upon graduating in 2006, Jim and I became good friends. We communicated by email regularly and met for dinners and conversation. He introduced me to Xochimilco, and even though I never like Mexican food, he converted me over time! We could always converse over hours, usually across multiple topics. He and I shared radio as our passion. We could talk about that and so many other things, it seems, forever. Jim was a wonderful human being and a gentle soul. I will remember him for the rest of my life and will miss him very much.

 

Hazel Rozema posted on 12/16/18

I was a colleague of Jim's at University of Illinois Springfield (UIS) for 20 years. I will always remember his smile and kindness toward others. Students remember his passion for radio and his ability to teach them not just audio production but how to a professional. Over the years, Jim wore many different hats at UIS - from Director of Credit for Prior Learning, to Assistant Professor in LIS/INO to an Associate Professor of Communication. He was one of the first faculty members to teach online classes enabling students from across the U.S. and overseas in the military to complete their B.A. degrees; he won the Burks Oakley Award for Excellence in Online Teaching in 2009. Jim was passionate about radio and loved music. Thus Jim was thrilled to visit The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. Two of the joys of his life were Donna and watching his nieces grow up. He established the Star 96 / Prairie Star Student Radio Station at UIS - where his legacy lives on. Jim was the student commencement speaker at his B.A. graduation from SSU - and the faculty gave him a standing ovation. Amazing! Jim's legacy lives on and we miss him already.

 

Beth Sutherland posted on 12/15/18

Dear Marilyn, I’m so sorry to hear about Harold. Praying for you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Sandy B posted on 12/14/18

To the family I was sorry to hear of the lost of your dear loved one. May you find strength and comfort through the pages of the Bible where it reassures us that God will soon bring about a time on the earth when death will be no more. (Revelation 21:3,4) May this hope bring you peace.

 

A Friend posted on 12/13/18

I knew Gary from SSHS (class of '72). He was an exceptionally nice individual and, in retrospect, taught me a lot about grace and forgiveness. People like Gary are too few and far between; the world is a little darker now that he has left. I pray he is at peace and walking with the Master.

 

Randall Hatcher posted on 12/12/18

I still think of KK , Kendra often and get emotional, ranging from anger to deep sadness. I can only imagine the loss and emptiness. May the Lord give us peace .Randy

 

Terri Knox & Gary Krebs posted on 12/11/18

Rick Words cannot express how sorry we are for you and your family's loss. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. Terri & Gary

 

Nancy Betz posted on 12/11/18

So sorry to hear about Kay, it was a blessing to get to know her and her sister Rita. Running into them at several locations in Springfield. My mother Dorothy worked with Kay for several years, and Kay was a great comfort to me during my mothers illness and after her death. It seems as if both my mother and Kay said after you retired from Social Security, its not very long, God will call you home. I will truly miss her, it was a pleasure knowing Kay. My prayers are with her sister Rita and her family during this difficult time.

 

Alberta Williams posted on 12/11/18

To Burnell's love ones. Please accept my sincere condolences. Even tho, I know of no words, to rid you of your pain during this most difficult time. May our prayers, help strengthen us and our memories, comfort us. At Isaiah 25:8; 26:19 we look forward to seeing our love ones again as Almighty God Jehovah lovingly promises.

 

Sue Coffinbargar posted on 12/11/18

Rita, I was saddened to learn of Kay’s passing. I’m sending you and your family healing prayers and comforting hugs. Thinking of you, Sue Coffinbargar

 

Georgian Hock (Antonacci) posted on 12/10/18

Sorry to learn of Kay's passing. Deepest condolences to the Fanale and Becker families.

 

Keith Becker Sr posted on 12/10/18

Kay Ann was a very strong woman. As a single Mom, she did a magnificent job in raising our two children, Nicole and Keith Jr. My memory of her cheer leading at my basketball games will last forever. In the last few years, I came to realize just how caring and thoughtful she was. The illness of our son, Keith brought us together again. We started to develop another friendship. I wish there would have been more time. I will truly miss her, and pray that I will see her and Keith Jr again.

 

Frank Strainis posted on 12/10/18

Our condolences go out to the Fanale and Becker families for the loss of Kay. God Bless!

 

Becky Whitlow posted on 12/10/18

I happen to run into Kay the day she received her breast cancer diagnosis. At that moment she was still a bit in shock but it didn't take her long to start fighting the disease with courage and grace. I am honored to have worked with her.

 

 

Jim & Jane Cribbett posted on 12/10/18

Nick and Family. We, Jane and I, are so sorry to hear of the passing of Kathryn. You all will be in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Renie Timm posted on 12/10/18

My best buddy for 72 years. We laughed and cried together. We were in each of our weddings. So many memories it would take pages to reveal. I love her and will miss her every day of my life❤️

 

Connie Dove Ferguson posted on 12/10/18

I'll always remember our cheerleader Kay Ann Fanale throughout years at Riverton Schools. Great classmate and great person.

 

Suzanne posted on 12/9/18

Grandma Kay would always light up the room with every conversation we had. I always enjoyed sitting by her and listening to her opinions just about every topic. She would make me laugh for hours. You will truly be missed but always have a special place in my heart. May you rest in peace my Dear Grandma Kay!!!

 

George King posted on 12/9/18

To the family and friends of E. Gene Pool: My deepest sympathies. Gene was a valued, long-time colleague at the Illinois Education Association, during which time he gracefully adapted to and supported the changing mission of the organization. That was his wonderful nature; "When there's a job to do, give it your best." Gene leaves a legacy of decades of service to Illinois teachers and education employees past and present. He was part of a team that fought for collective bargaining rights for teachers in the 60s, 70s and early 80s, saw those rights achieved and watched proudly over the next 30 years as tens of thousands benefitted from the results. Thank you Gene! Peace.

 

John M Carollo posted on 12/8/18

I knew Joe when I attended Divine Heart Seminary during my freshman year there in 1966-67. I'm saddened to learn of his passing just now because I am doing research on the school to include in my memoir and I found this posted on FB. May you rest in peace, and light perpetual shine upon you!

 

 

Dave and Deb Samson posted on 12/6/18

Thinking of you as you grieve...We love you...

 

Bonnie Dvorak posted on 12/5/18

Joan, It is with a sad heart that I read about the passing of your husband, Ray. I am so very sorry. Prayers for you and your family through this difficult time. ❤️

 

Tanya Cox posted on 12/5/18

Steve always tried to lift others up and I so appreciate the times he brought a much needed smile to my bad day. My deepest condolences to his loved ones.

 

 

Nancy Smith-Egan posted on 12/4/18

Fond memories when Ray would visit Florida. Always made me smile

 

dale kroening posted on 12/3/18

old sweetheart as kids-sad

 

Alberta Williams posted on 12/3/18

To Joan's love ones. Please, accept my sincere condolences. Even though, I know of no words, to rid you of your pain during this most difficult time. May our prayers, help strengthen us and our memories, comfort us. At Isaiah 25:8; 26:19 we look forward to seeing our love ones again as Almighty God Jehovah, lovingly promises.

 

Alberta Williams posted on 12/3/18

To Johnathon's love ones. Please, accept my sincere condolences. Even though, I know of no words, to rid you of your pain, during this most difficult time, of your precious little baby. May our prayers, help strengthen us & our memories, comfort us. Isaiah 25:8; 26:19 gives us hope, it tells us that we can look forward to seeing our love ones again because Almighty God Jehovah, lovingly promise us.

 

Connie Ruprecht. posted on 12/3/18

Nice to me my kids loved him.

 

Sr. Lori Kirchman posted on 12/2/18

I am so sorry, Joan. I remember Ray's wonderful smile and sense of humor. You and your family are in my prayers.

 

The Buschers posted on 12/2/18

So many great memories when we lived across the street from Joan & Ray! Ray loved to give Oreos to my boys & they loved him! Ray would give Jerry grief about golfing while I was at home doing yard work!! Loved when he did that!!!! He was a good man! Rest In Peace our friend!!

 

Patty Hinds posted on 12/2/18

Cathie Prayersfor peace and comfort to you and your family

 

 

Elizabeth posted on 12/2/18

Thinking of you, she was a sweet person.

 

Rose Connolly posted on 12/2/18

Rest in Peacte

 

Ann Olson posted on 12/1/18

I will truly miss Teri. I loved the way she "told it like it was" with her sassy mouth and her sharp tongue. I have many wonderful memories of times with her and she will be greatly missed. Rest in peace, Teri, you are with your beloved family and friends in heaven.

 

 

Andrea Rogers posted on 11/29/18

Rest In Peace Dad. I love you

 

Carol Hem Rodems posted on 11/29/18

Dear Karen,Lisa, Tom,and Kevin so sorry for your loss of your Mom. Just know she is back with your Dad.

 

Sue Brown posted on 11/29/18

Jill, JoLee, Jamie, Sam and John, and your families. I am so sorry for your loss. As a friend of Jill's, your mom treated me as family since the late 70's. I enjoyed my time and visits with the Edwards family. I loved their visits to Washington DC where we could spent time site seeing together. I was blessed to have them with me, celebrating my military retirement. I was a recipient of one of her beautiful hand-made afghans that I, too, will cherish forever. Joan, MOM, you will be missed! Thank you for so many wonderful memories.

 

Cyndi posted on 11/28/18

Debby your I'm my thoughts all the time. Miss you, dad, mom, & cheryl all time. One day my dearest big sister.

 

Janice Butler posted on 11/28/18

My sincere condolences to Mary's sweet family. She & Tom were the epitome of the cutest couple ever. She leaves a wonderful legacy.

 

Kimberly Hanger posted on 11/28/18

So sorry for your lost. May God provide mercy and strength for all family and friends.

 

 

Linda lehnert posted on 11/28/18

Larry was a good friend and neighbor. Rest In Peace dear friend Bill and Linda Lehnert

 

Cyndi posted on 11/28/18

Mom I'm going to miss u terribly. Many nights of cards, laughs and much bonding. Loved spending Friday and Saturday night with your family, not to mention many other occasions. So glad to have met your daughter Jill, my best friend in the world, her brothers and sisters and of course Jim. It's been some of the best times in my life. Much peace and love is still pouring out to you from my heart. Bye for now mom, until I see u again.

 

Bob & Maureen Best posted on 11/28/18

I don't believe I have ever known two more beautiful people than Tom and Mary. We shall miss them both dearly. May they enjoy each other's company again in the presence of our Lord in Paradise. RIP old friends.

 

Roy& Ada Noller posted on 11/28/18

So sorry for your loss ,our thought are with you all

 

Vickie Pizzino posted on 11/28/18

Larry I will miss your calls. Love you your niece Vickie

 

 

Martha Williams posted on 11/28/18

I will always love you..

 

Jenny McFall posted on 11/27/18

Sam and the family, so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Shelly Cable posted on 11/27/18

I considered Mary my second mom. Always so caring, nurturing and full of life! I have wonderful memories of spending the night with Lisa and getting Mel O Cream donuts for breakfast. She touched so many lives wither her kindness and sweet spirit. Rest In Peace Mary.

 

Your Jill posted on 11/27/18

My Mom, my friend, my traveling companion, my Escort, my Champion - Mom you are leaving tough shoes to fill because you have always been there for your family and me. You always opened your home to any of our friends and on record you might have five children, but in heart you have at least three more that will always call you MOM. I had the joy and privilege of traveling the State with you, once with you as my Escort and then it was my privilege to be your Escort. You were always ready to get ON THE ROAD AGAIN, not just for Eastern Star events, but to see Miranda and the Country. You were a fighter to the end -- you fought for me and for yourself when the first time Jimmy played cards with the family you let him have it when he didn't give you a chance to play your cards. You are the WIND BENEATH MY WINGS. Go rest high on that mountain with Dad and know that you will always be the GREATEST and SWEETEST MOM a girl every had.

 

Peggy Peterson posted on 11/27/18

Jill I'm so sorry for your loss. I know how close you were to your Mother and Father, she will be missed.

 

Mary Ann and Nick Penning posted on 11/26/18

Our most sincere sympathy to Karen, Chris, Jennie and the entire Ford family over the loss of your dear Mary. The world is a more somber place with her passing. You are all in our hearts.

 

 

Karen Mayol Tutt posted on 11/26/18

I’m so sorry for your loss. Lost way too soon.

 

 

Bianca Taylor posted on 11/25/18

Miss and love you Aunt Angie. I will always remember when you came to visit us in NC and we played with Cody and Zack and will always cherish those memories. My prayers,thoughts and love are with you always. Your Niece Bianca T.

 

John E posted on 11/25/18

Our mom was gentle, kind, and loving --- with just the right touch of discipline. She showered us with love, wiped our tears, wrapped us with warmth and provided a nutrient rich environment that allowed us to grow into our own selves. Charity and humility were virtues she personified. I'll forever miss my mom.

 

Debbie Cartuyvels posted on 11/25/18

You will never be forgotten, Cody! My thoughts go out to the family and friends!

 

 

Linda De Hart posted on 11/25/18

Mom your birthday is coming around on November 28th . Hope you have a wonderful heavenly birthday ! I know you are pain free ,I miss you more than you know ! Hugs and Kisses till we meet again .

 

Elise and justin Everhart posted on 11/25/18

I'm so sorry for your loss. He will be missed by many.

 

 

Annette Taylor posted on 11/25/18

To my Sister Angie (Goers) Stanley our love, thoughts and prayers are with you/ Please keep strong even during this rough and difficult time. I will miss my nephew may he rest in peace and be a shining angel in the heavens above. Love your sister Annette

 

 

Annette Taylor posted on 11/25/18

To my Sister Angie (Goers) Stanley our love, thoughts and prayers are with you/ Please keep strong even during this rough and difficult time. I will miss my nephew may he rest in peace and be a shining angel in the heavens above.

 

Shona Schmitz Sutton posted on 11/25/18

Angie...so sorry for your loss. You will be in my thoughts & prayers.

 

 

Julie allen posted on 11/25/18

I Will Miss You Cody Allen, Love Aunt Julie

 

 

Luke Laub posted on 11/25/18

I know we hadn’t talked in years, but I’ll always remember all the fun nights and crazy situations we got ourselves into. You will be deeply missed my friend. We all loved you

 

 

Julie Allen posted on 11/25/18

I Love and will miss you Cody, Love Aunt Julie.

 

Roxy Schmidt-Gundy posted on 11/24/18

Bonnie, Tim, and Pam, I am so very sorry for your loss. Tom was such a wonderful neighbor and I loved to stop and talk to him when I was walking my yorkie. He would always honk and wave when he went by my house and if I was our working in the yard. I will truly miss him. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. RIP Tom.

 

Tiara alexander posted on 11/24/18

He was so many thing but most of all a great boyfriend dad and a joy to have ever come in contact with he made my cousin Sharika Griffin so happy and I’mma keep you all in my prayers

 

 

Sharika Griffin posted on 11/24/18

There was nothing Cody would not do for his family hard working, very intelligent man best dad/ boyfriend any woman could ask for you are truly missed (heartbreaking) we love you so much baby may you Rest In Peace

 

Alberta Williams posted on 11/22/18

To Jerry's love ones. Please, accept my sincere condolences. Even though, I know of no words, to rid you of your pain, during this most difficult time. May our prayers, help strengthen us and our memories, comfort us. At Isaiah 25:8; 26:19 we look forward to seeing our love ones again as Almighty God Jehovah, lovingly promises.

 

Alberta Williams posted on 11/21/18

To Janet's love ones. Please, accept my sincere condolences. Even tho, I know of no words, to rid you of your pain during this most difficult time. May our prayers, help strengthen us and our memories, comfort us. At Isaiah 25:8; 26:19 we look forward to seeing our love ones again as Almighty God Jehovah, lovingly promises.

 

Hope Stoldt posted on 11/21/18

Sending my condolences to the family!!! God wrap this family in your arms and comfort them during this difficult time!!! R.I.P.!!!

 

Shirley sanford posted on 11/21/18

I worked with your mother at sacred heart convent. She was a wonderful person and I am sure she will be missed by all of you. She was my daughter Jane's godmother and she also became a. Nurse. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

 

Kathy "Bummy" Morgason - Montgomery Co. Probation posted on 11/21/18

He was a wonderful man and I am lucky to have known him. RIP my friend.

 

Denny Moore posted on 11/21/18

Was a pleasure knowing you Adam :)They say “ Only the good die young “ certainly true in this case ! Have a great after life, & give Smudge a hug too!

 

Maury & Marilyn Neuweg posted on 11/20/18

Bonnie, Pam & Tim, Tom was a wonderful guy, a great business man & most of all a long time friend. Our thoughts & prayers are with you all at this time

 

harvey rieck posted on 11/20/18

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Jerry. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Jerry was a customer of mine at the Veterans Affairs office. I always enjoyed my visit with him.

 

jim and pam kelley posted on 11/20/18

It was an honor and privilege to know and be able to call Tom a friend and a neighbor. We enjoyed seeing Tom sitting in his yard and stopping by to chat with him for a few minutes during neighborhood walks. And we were always glad Tom was there when our dog escaped, went to Tom's house and he would bring her home. If it snowed, who was there to plow our driveway, Tom! Who cut my grass when I ruptured my Achilles, Tom! Who would take nothing in return for his acts of kindness, Tom! Tom would stop by and we would talk for sometimes 30 minutes about everything and nothing. Bonnie, Tim and Pam you are in our thoughts and prayers. Tom you will be missed. God Bless You and Your Family!

 

MARTHA BRADLEY posted on 11/20/18

MY DEAR SWEET TOM. THOSE EARLY DAYS AT DUBOIS SCHOOL ARE WONDERFUL MEMORIES. THEN IN LATER YEARS HE WOULD STOP BY MY HOUSE AND VISIT FOR A FEW MINUTES. I SHALL ALWAYS REMEMBER HIS KIND SMILE AND SENSE OF GENTLENESS. BLESSINGS TO ALL THE FAMILY. YOU ARE IN MY PRAYERS.

 

Nanette sorrell posted on 11/20/18

Tom was a great friend and business man. He always had a smile on his face and was always available for his customers. They don’t make business owners like that anymore. Fly with the angels Tom you will be missed.

 

 

Jeanne Justice posted on 11/20/18

Heart felt thoughts and prayers to Mrs. Day and famiky.

 

Tina.chrisman posted on 11/20/18

Well miss Tom so much. Such a good man I was honored to know him for the last few years of his life prayers to my daughter and his son and my grandson I am so sad that he will not know him. My grandson Jackson was the apple of his eye. Love you Tom fly with the angels

 

 

Courtney Sokolis posted on 11/19/18

Let his light shine upon you from heaven above. Strength together will help you make it through this unbelievable day. Love you all, The Sokolis Family

 

Rick Easley posted on 11/19/18

Matt, I'm saddened to learn about the loss of your mother. Recalling all the good times that we shared - the sleep overs at your house, Tom's and mine. Staying up late to watch horror movies on TV together and concerts - Acre Creature Feature and Don Kirschner's Rock Concert. Those were the good old days my friend. So to you, Pam, Mike, Mark, Greg and the girls I send my deepest heartfelt condolences. Remembering your mother with the greatest of respect. God Bless.

 

Mildred Cochran Watts posted on 11/19/18

Becky l am so sorry for yours and your familys loss. My heart is saddened. Praying for your comfort and strengths. Love you Sweetie.

 

Marcella Rosales posted on 11/19/18

Becky so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. ❤️

 

Melanne Tarr posted on 11/19/18

Amy so sorry for your loss

 

Janice Smith posted on 11/19/18

Robyn So very sorry for your loss.

 

Robert Eskew Jr posted on 11/19/18

Jonathon had a very bright blue eyes and curly blonde hair. His smile was very infectious. Anybody that met him loved him and his smile and eyes. He was loved very much by pawpaw and will be missed very much. God Bless my Lil Dude

 

Jan keefner posted on 11/18/18

The Paul and jan Keefner lived next door to Harold and Leona when we first started our family. Wonderful family and they were like family. My kids called them aunt Leona and uncle Harold . RIP

 

Juan Nieves posted on 11/18/18

How very sad to read that Joe passed away. He is the first person from our class that I'm aware of passing. It's heartbreaking. May he rest in the peace and the love of the Sacred Heart. My condolences to his mother and his family.

 

Sheila Fowles posted on 11/18/18

Please accept our condolences Debbie,Chris,Stephanie and all the family.Jerry made us all very welcome on our visits from the UK , Our thought s and sympathy are with you all at this sad time. love from Sheila Wil and all the family here in the UK

 

Lisa Cave posted on 11/17/18

I'm so sorry to read about Shirley's passing. She was a joy to see every month when she came in to pay her water bill. I enjoyed seeing her. My deepest condolences and prayers to you all

 

Roger Griffith posted on 11/16/18

Had a lot of laughs with Deb over the years while working for Council 31. You never had to wonder what she was thinking. She told very clearly. RIP my friend, you’ve earned it.

 

Garrett &Kathy Deakin posted on 11/15/18

Michelle, River & Stu. Your family is in our prayers. We couldn’t believe the news. We got to know You as our neighbors. Adam was always kind, always said hello, smiling, fishing, & would help us with any project. He caught more fish in our cove than the professionals. He will always be thought of by us as an exceptional young man with a great family. We are so sorry for your loss.

 

Paula and Barry posted on 11/15/18

We had a lot of good times my friend. You are loved and will be missed.

 

Paula and Barry King posted on 11/15/18

Many years

 

Dan & Meghan Maderer posted on 11/15/18

To Michelle and all of Adam's family, we are so very sorry for your loss. Words can't express how saddened we are to hear of Adam's passing. We have so many great memories of Adam from high school and afterwards... Skateboarding, riding motorcycles, bonfires, and a lot of parties. Every memory we have we end up laughing hysterically... Adam making a grand entrance to a party: riding down a hill on his motorcycle and almost wiping out, listening to Adam and Matt play their guitars together, playing cards, singing songs, and most importantly, laughing until it hurt. Adam's smile and laugh will be missed and not forgotten.

 

Nova Brooks posted on 11/15/18

It is with sincere sympathy that I shared this information with you. Trying to find the right words or thoughts to share with someone when they have lost a loved one to death can be very difficult. It is my hope that you will find comfort in the memories of your love one that will carry you through the years to come. I have found that the hope God gives in his Word the Bible to be a source of great comfort. In the Bible book of Acts 24:25 and John 5:28, 29 we have a sure promise that we can see our love ones again. Attached is a link to a little track that provides more information regarding that promise. Perhaps after everything has settled down you will find time to review that information along with your copy of your Bible. Again, I give my deepest sincere sympathy to you and your family. https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&docid=1102013500&srcid=share

 

Jeff Mueller posted on 11/14/18

Roger: Maribel and I are very sorry to learn about the recent passing of Rose. She was a lovely person and a good friend to our family. especially our parents, Nell and Grant Mueller. Rose had a way of just lighting up a room when she was present. She was a wonderful person, always ready to lend a helping hand to those in need. We will truly miss her.

 

Susan Kessler posted on 11/14/18

I met Adam when my son, Kenny Klemaier, started skateboarding and hanging out with the Trevi Garden kids. He became a great friend and went on a couple of trips with us, 6 Flags and river floating. He later helped remodel our bathroom. I never thought I would have to say goodbye to him in this way. My heart is sad but also happy I got to know Adam. Condolences.

 

 

Kim pappas posted on 11/14/18

My sweet Adam. I will so miss you. I enjoyed our goofing off and funny talks. I'm still just in disbelieve. My heart aches, but I know your in a better place and heaven needed another good angel.. oh and I'm sure a craftsman. You are the best I dont know what I'll do without you. Thank you for everything. Love and hugs Kim

 

Dorian Mosley posted on 11/14/18

Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. I remember Adam from High school he was of good spirits and funny just a kind soul.

 

Wade & Shannon Gadberry posted on 11/14/18

Adam-we still cannot believe the news. You were are neighbor and great friend for such a short time but long enough to hurt that you are not going to answer our calls or texts. You inspired Ethan to play his guitar and be a good kid. You helped us out with some windows in our home and we will forever have a part of you with us. Most importantly is how proud you were to become a daddy. You love that little girl so much. We will think of you everyday when we walk out our back door and see the place you used to call home and all the great memories we had as friends and neighbors. We will buy a case of RC Cola and drink it in memory of you Adam. You will be missed, until the day we meet again!!!

 

Stu Weyforth posted on 11/14/18

Adam: I remember so well the first time we met. I was with my daughter Michelle when you walked in. But you came to talk to me. Told me your life story, without me asking. I liked you immediately! You asked me if the girl sitting next to me was my daughter, what was her name, and could you talk to her... I didn’t know at that moment that you would someday marry Michelle and bring us the most beautiful precious little girl! Thank you! I love you Adam! I will always remember our time together with much joy! I will miss you! Stu

 

Marie Kessler posted on 11/13/18

Adam.. I didn't know much about you but you were my husbands cousin and such a great guy. The few things i did know though: you were a great friend, cousin, father, and construction worker. River was everything to you and always the light of your life. I cant speak for everyone else but i know that you loved your friends and family more than anything. My prayers are with your mom and dad and sweet River along with the rest of the family. Rest in Peace and we will miss the joyful smiles, the music you played, and the jokes you had.

 

Joe Davis posted on 11/13/18

I am sadden to learn of your recent loss. I remember your dad delivering to the store, throwing shoes and drinking a beer on the weekends.My prayer are with you. may God bless.

 

Melissa and Steve posted on 11/13/18

Eva, I am so very sorry in the loss of your son. I cannot imagine your sadness. Please know that we are thinking of you and Rick and your family. Sending our love and prayers and loving hugs your way.

 

kay keplinger posted on 11/13/18

doug my heart goes out to you and your family I am so sorry for your loss may god wrap his loving arms around all your son has touched and give them comfort

 

Susan Dalby posted on 11/13/18

I'm sorry to hear of Shirley's death. I enjoyed working with her at AIG/New Hampshire. She was a special lady. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

karl kaylor posted on 11/13/18

My deepest condolence's to June and family, Bob was, is and always will remain my hero. Many of my best memories as a kid came from hanging around him. I will forever miss you my friend, until Valhalla! RIP Bob.

 

Cheryl posted on 11/13/18

Adam I will truly miss your serenades at ther rver, your infectious smile, and your zest for life. We will make sure River never forgets you

 

 

Betty Young & Natalie Damron posted on 11/13/18

You are in our thoughts & prayers. Terribly sorry for your loss. Love you all. xox Natalie & Betty

 

Dee Dee Feede posted on 11/13/18

We are so sorry for your loss.

 

 

Karen Thompson Morrell posted on 11/13/18

My sincere condolences to June and family! We had some really fun times! Bob was a GREAT guy and a very dear friend to my brother, Gary, oh the stories (lies) being told behind the pearly gates, what I wouldn't give to hear! Prayers for peace for the family!

 

Lori Ingold McKenzie posted on 11/12/18

So sorry for your loss. He was a great guy. I have many fond memories of him he used to give me and Sandy a ride to school everyday. And give us words of wisdom when we were in trouble lol

 

Jacob Garfield posted on 11/12/18

We all had great memories with grandpa, I remember when we went to my baseball game against auburn and he would talk up a storm about how bad my teams was, but he was a good man.

 

Kelsey McKenna posted on 11/12/18

Adam, You will be missed my friend. Still cannot believe you are no longer with us.

 

Chris Parker posted on 11/12/18

Dear Diana,Theresa,Linda,Patty,Johnny and Bob...I'm so very sorry for your loss. I'll always remember the times I spent on Winch Lane with Diana and running around with all of you. The first thing I thought of was the water fights I used to have with your dad...fun times! Love you all and again my thoughts and prayers are with you all...wish I could have been there today.....Chris Parker

 

Joanie jennette posted on 11/12/18

Doug,so sorry for your loss,will keep you & your family in my prayers.

 

 

Trish Brinkley posted on 11/12/18

Always patient, always kind. The way Dave lived his life inspired you to be the best soldier and civilian you can be and to keep your sense of humor through it all. You couldn't find a better big brother, Happy Veterans Day!

 

Diane Boice posted on 11/12/18

Doug, I cannot tell you how sorry I was to hear of your son's passing. Just know the hearts of your Frontier family go out to you, and we are here for you whenever you need us. Our thoughts and prayers are there for you and your family.

 

 

Suzy Moore posted on 11/12/18

Adam was such a talented carpenter and fun friend. He was so kind and always ready with a big hug and greeting! He loved to play guitar with Denny and go out on our boat. Once when I was training for a triathlon and swam far from the boat he bacame very concerned and made Denny move the boat closer! He was always ready to help and our beautiful front porch is a testament to his carpentry talent. We will be able to sit and think of him when we sit there RIP Adam you will be sadly missed

 

Anonymous posted on 11/12/18

Adam: during highskool, you were a friendly peer. Just afterward, somewhere between 2004-2006, we had a couple of heart to hearts, probly at party, probly drunk...but it deepened my understanding of people's hearts. Each one of us has somethin real special and you certainly sparkled. Thank you for sharing yourself with people. Please stay in contact somehow, from wherever you are now. To Adam's fam: I don't know you. I tragically lost my older brother to a drug overdose when I was 18 & he was only 32. No matter the cause of Adam's departure, I understand that loss and I love you. I hope you can stick together and support eachother with kindness and compassion thru the grief that lasts indefinitely beyond the time of his services. Take care.

 

Kelly Wombles Kenady posted on 11/12/18

Adam there was never a time when you were in Pike County that I didn't see you...you always had a smile & a hug for me & I truly enjoyed visting with you.

 

Kim Sigler posted on 11/11/18

Eva and Rick we are so very sorry for your loss.

 

Joe candioto posted on 11/11/18

Oh bursottchi, you will truly be missed. I will miss your laugh, your smile, your conversation, and of course your music. You were always there to talk to and we're always around for a good time. I will miss you my friend, tell Matt I said hello.

 

Patricia Vig posted on 11/11/18

Sorry for your loss. May you have many fond memories.

 

Shannon Whitcomb-Ayers posted on 11/11/18

Adam you were my brother from another mother. Sounds like you filled that slot for a lot of people. I’ll miss your ornery smile and your infectious laugh. We all gained a guardian angel on Friday. Give my dad a hug for me, will ya? Love you.

 

 

Catherine E. Canfield posted on 11/10/18

MAY HIS PROMISE OF ETERNAL LIFE BRING COMFORT TO YOU, DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME. REMEMBER, THE ONES WE LOVE ARE NEVER TRULY GONE, THEY LIVE WITHIN OUR HEARTS. RIP DAVE.

 

Evelyn and Don Yurdin posted on 11/8/18

To all of you dear Scwartz family , Don and I send many hugs, love and great memories of dear Beaver and all our happy good times. He and Frannie were the consummate hosts. Happy trips to UIL basketball trips. He drove down the center of the highway! Lucky us to have spent dinner with him and Nancy a short time before his death.

 

Dan Roate posted on 11/8/18

What I wouldn't give for one more round at Hickam. I'll bet the fairways up there are flawless and you already have tee times through Christmas. I'm glad your pain is finished, but it hurts to know you're gone. See you on the other side.

 

Shirley Baer & Bob O’Hara posted on 11/7/18

Rose was always a joy to talk with. Her knowledge of the people and local history of Springfield was endless, fascinatingly told and peppered with brilliant, dry, humorous asides. We’ll miss her deeply.

 

Monte Keltner family posted on 11/7/18

Our prayers go out to David's family we had a lot of great times love the whole family you will be greatly missed.

 

Jeri Ruff posted on 11/6/18

Kathy and Barry O'Neill and family, my heart goes out to you at this difficult time. Your mother and family will be in my prayers.

 

Phillip Schaefer posted on 11/5/18

It was with much sadness that I read of the passing of Rose. I always appreciated her sense of humor and the spirit she displayed by tolerating the two Rogers in her life. Thank you Rose! Take heart in the fact that she is in a better place today in her heavenly home.

 

Joan Bestudik posted on 11/5/18

Kathy, my sympathy to you and your family. Your Mom was the same age as mine, they were a generation we were so lucky to have been witness to. Sending prayers for comfort to you and yours.

 

Marcia (Sullivan) Miller posted on 11/4/18

Rose Ann was a wonderful lady and so thoughtful. My mother always received a beautiful poinsettia from her when mom was alive. God Bless you Rose Ann, you now have your heavenly reward.

 

David&Margie Harris posted on 11/4/18

We met Rose and her guys at the flower shop and became friends- Margie even worked a few holidays helping out. Ever smiling and enjoying life, Rose was a joy to be around!

 

Monique Mariona posted on 11/4/18

JoAnn is the grandma of my daughter, Brittany. We were blessed to have her known and loved her. Our deepest condolences from the Mariona Family, Oscar, Monique, Maria, and Ariana.

 

Kim Lenz posted on 11/4/18

Praying for peace for your family. Jo left us a beautiful, kind, caring daughter to love.

 

Charles Gonterman posted on 11/4/18

Sorry to hear of the passing of Anna Mae Ford. The family of Anna Ford in in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Charles Gonterman posted on 11/4/18

Very sorry to hear of the passing of Anna Ford. The family of Anna Ford is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Mary Bateman posted on 11/3/18

I am so sorry for all of our loss. I will never forget Aunt Anna Mae at holiday times with her ever ready camera! She was truly a kind woman in every way possible. We will miss you. ❤️

 

Ed Shaw posted on 11/3/18

To the Stone family , I'm sorry to hear of the passing of your father . My dad told me he used to call him every year to wish him a happy birthday . I remember seeing laying in the back year watching us play baseball in the field behind your house .

 

Sue Stege posted on 11/3/18

So sorry for your family's loss.

 

Todd Buhnerkemper posted on 11/2/18

Uncle Roger and Roger. So sorry to hear about Aunt Rosie. She was a wonderful lady and I loved her much. I could sit and talk to her for hours. So thankful I was able to visit with you all last year. I’ll be praying for you both. Love ya!

 

 

John and Rita Evans posted on 11/2/18

Ernie and family, we are so sorry to learn of your dads' passing. We remember,fondly, the end of season soccer parties hosted selflessly by him and Thelma and Ernie, the coach and son. What an example he set for us all! May memories sustain you all during this difficult time.

 

harvey rieck posted on 11/1/18

To the family of Fran Herwehe, I am so sorry for your loss and my thoughts and prayers are with you. Fran was always a delight to talk to and was very kind to me. I know she will be missed.

 

 

Jerry Stone posted on 11/1/18

We will miss his corny jokes, and his sense of humor. A great uncle, who had a wonderful life. Jerry & Marilyn Stone ♡♡

 

Irene Keyes posted on 10/31/18

Virginia, Linda, Ernest and family. I am sorry for your loss. Nothing can prepare us for grief we experience when we lose someone dear to our heart. Your tears don’t go unnoticed by God. God has promise to wipe away our tears, as well as sickness, pain, and death in the future. (Revelation 21:3,4). For free encouraging scriptures please visit: jw.org. We all look forward to welcome our love ones back to the earth Psalms 37:29. Please accept my condolence at this difficult time.

 

 

Jeff and Mary Clay, Clay's Popeye's BBQ posted on 10/31/18

Dear Schwartz Family, we're sorry to hear of your loss. We were out of town and missed the beautiful celebration of a wonderful friend who shared family stories with us each time he was in. We may have lost the best friend, best dad, best husband ever, but God needed him for his new job in heaven. May we continue to celebrate the "Beaver" now and forever more. We miss him!

 

 

Lisa Muellersman posted on 10/30/18

The first time I went to clean her home in Jacksonville and when I was finish cleaning she called me into the living room. I thought I had done something wrong. She told me to look across the room-I was trying to see what I had done wrong. She gave me a hug and said you have to stand back and appreciate all the hard work you had done. The work you do in life can leave such an impression on one's life. She always taught me to appreciate the work you do and most important your prayer life. She taught me many more lessons as we become best friends. The Lord knew I needed someone like her in my life. She will always be a part of me.

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 10/29/18

To the family and friends of Ellen please accept my deepest condolences. You will be reunited with Ellen again very soon right here on a brand new Paradise Earth under Jesus Christ Kingdom rule Daniel 2:44, that he taught his followers to pray to come in the Lord's Prayer Matthew 6:9, 10, no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation 21:1-5 jw.org .

 

 

Cece posted on 10/29/18

I know you & Uncle Jules are listening to Cliffs jokes. Hug them both for me.

 

Maggie Johnston posted on 10/29/18

Our prayers and thoughts for peace for you

 

 

Maggie Johnston posted on 10/29/18

Staying over and playing monopoly and Yahtzee And cards!

 

 

Gwen Barlow posted on 10/29/18

Out thoughts and prayers are with you all in this difficult time.

 

Rex & Kay Berry posted on 10/29/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family

 

Pat and Craig Moody posted on 10/28/18

Craig and I are thinking of all of you today as you prepare for the wake and services for your dad. The video is the essence of Beaver. So lovely. Prayers for all of you.

 

Russ and Sally martin posted on 10/28/18

Beaver’s family -Cathy, Paula, Ed, Jeanne, and Annie. Our prayers are with you today as you say goodbye to your Father. He was a wonderful man in every way. We loved him also.

 

 

Norm Claussen posted on 10/26/18

So very sorry to have just learned of Bob's passing. Have great memories of spending time with him and he teaching me to operate a Case crawler loader in my youth. He was a great mentor. Was also great to visit with him at the State Fair.

 

Lee Roulson posted on 10/26/18

Cathy and Paula, Sandy and I send our condolences to you and the rest of the family. What a guy your dad was! It is such a privilege to have known “Beaver” and count him as friend. We loved the weekend trip with Beaver and Fran to the “Field of Dreams”. One of a kind.

 

Dawn Caveny posted on 10/26/18

So Saddened to hear Beaver's passing so unexpectedly. He was a dear man who took time to visit and let you know he cared about you. Many hugs to the whole Schwartz family. Wishing I could be there.

 

Otto and Edris Fafoglia posted on 10/26/18

My wife and I have known Beaver a long time. One of the nicest persons one would ever meet. Will miss seeing him at Clay’s Popeye Barbecue. Condolences to his family and know he will be sadly missed.

 

Brenda Venaas posted on 10/25/18

Sister farewell. You will live forever locked safely in my heart.

 

Marian Kotner posted on 10/25/18

I first met Dorothy at the soccer fields when our sons were playing soccer and have been friends ever since. During that years we have done any fun things together. From driving to Florida to spend time with soccer world friends, 2 going to align I basketball games, cardinal baseball games, the state fair, downtown Springfield festivals, and the APL fundraisers. We would go out to dinner on Sunday nights, and she never seemed to let her cancer get her down...she was a brave woman. I will miss you dear friend.

 

Edward Heflin posted on 10/25/18

I knew Dorothy at Humana/Doctors Hospital. She was a kind, compassionate, and thoughtful person. It would be hard to find someone as nice as Dorothy. Warmest condolences to her family.

 

Thomas Smith posted on 10/25/18

Dorothy was one of the first people I met when I was hired at Bunn in 2003. Over the years of working together we shared our stories of cycling and whenever I would ride with a group I would encounter someone that knew Dorothy. Everyone she came in contact with had great things to say about her. She was warm, friendly and helpful inside and outside of work. She will be missed by me and many of her Bunn friends. My sincerest condolences to your family during this time.

 

Jackie Richie posted on 10/25/18

Cathy and family I am so sorry about your loss. You father was a always a joy to run into and talk with. I know you will miss him tremendously but the joy he put out into the world will surely sustain you in the days, weeks,months and years ahead.

 

Tim & Judy Nicoud posted on 10/24/18

There are no words to express our sadness for the loss of our friend, “ Beavie”. Wonderful trips to St Maarten and St Lucia with him and Frankie. We will miss him terribly as I know all of you will too. Cherish all your memories and always keep him close to your heart

 

Tom & Joyce Erickson posted on 10/24/18

Cathy and Family our thoughts and prayers are with you and Beaver. He was a great guy. I no sooner moved in to Concordia Village he brought me a book to read, "My Two Elaines" because he knew Joyce had Alzheimer's too.

 

Claire and Dan Call posted on 10/24/18

Cathy and Paula, our sincere sympathy on the loss of your amazing Dad! He was always so much fun to work with at St. Agnes and in everything he did. Always a smile and joking.

 

Linda and Steve Mcauliff posted on 10/24/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you!

 

Marian Levin posted on 10/24/18

Kay was a woman of quiet conviction who contributed to every organization she supported with insight and imagination and grace and will be missed.

 

John Patrick Fleischacker posted on 10/24/18

Cathy and Paula, my thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. May your father rest in peace.

 

Sally Phillips Jones posted on 10/24/18

I’m still in disbelief, so sorry for your loss Cathy and family!!!

 

Jennifer (Wood) Johnson posted on 10/22/18

Tim, I am so very sorry to hear about your mother. Thoughts and prayers for you and your family.

 

Rita Faye brooks (Davis) posted on 10/22/18

Tony and Lisa so sorry for your loss. I remember how much she meant to mom. She was always so much fun. Thinking back on some of the stuff that we pulled on her as young people I am glad she just laughed.

 

Bill Sheehan posted on 10/22/18

I have never met a nicer lady. And I'm sure many other people feel the same way about Rosemary. May she enjoy eternal peace and joy in the arms of Our Lord.

 

 

Sandie Simpson posted on 10/22/18

We love and miss you so much Ms. Shirley! You were such a great part of our lives. We have too many memories to list. Landon is so blessed to have been loved by you! You will always be his grandma! God bless your family, we will continue to pray for comfort for all that have known you. We will love you forever Ms. Shirley! Love; Richard and Patrick Ford, Sandie Daniel, and Landon Simpson

 

Judy Bell posted on 10/22/18

Too many wonderful memories shared with Shirley, her family and friends to be forgotten.

 

willard bunn posted on 10/21/18

Kay was a lovely lady and a loyal friend.

 

Daniel Nordyke posted on 10/21/18

Tim and Jeff truly sorry for your loss,your long lost friend Daniel Nordyke.

 

Daniel Nordyke posted on 10/21/18

Tim and Jeff I am truly sorry for your loss,your mother was always nice to me.Your long lost friend Dan Nordyke

 

Daniel Nordyke posted on 10/21/18

Tim and Jeff I am truly sorry for your loss,your mother was always nice to me. Your long lost friend Dan Nordyke

 

 

Elinda Hunter posted on 10/20/18

A life time friend--we met in Fair lawn Elementary School and remained friends throughout the years over great distances. We exchanged an occasional card or letter sharing our Faith and Hope in Him.

 

Diane Rutledge posted on 10/20/18

Barb was such a jewel to SSHS!! Her friendly smile always greeted me at the school or at a pass gate. No matter where it was, she always made me feel welcome! My sympathies to her family.

 

Diane Rutledge posted on 10/20/18

Kay was such a moving force in the arts community of Springfield! We are indebted to her generosity of spirit and passion! My sympathies to her family.

 

 

Sean Keeley posted on 10/20/18

I remember your mom from scouts and later I'd run into her at the store. Always very kind and genuine. We are sending good thoughts your way. Love to you and your's from the Keeley's

 

Denice Ferree posted on 10/20/18

Timmy and Jeff, I remember late night (early morning) milkshakes and popcorn in your home. You may not have known, but when I'd see your mom or dad they both always had a smile and even a hug on rare occasions. Tight hugs to all of you

 

Nova Brooks posted on 10/20/18

It is with sincere sympathy that I shared this information with you. Trying to find the right words or thoughts to share with someone when they have lost a loved one to death can be very difficult. It is my hope that you will find comfort in the memories of your love one that will carry you through the years to come. I have found that the hope God gives in his Word the Bible to be a source of great comfort. In the Bible book of Acts 24:25 and John 5:28, 29 we have a sure promise that we can see our love ones again. Attached is a link to a little track that provides more information regarding that promise. Perhaps after everything has settled down you will find time to review that information along with your copy of your Bible. Again, I give my deepest sincere sympathy to you and your family. https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&docid=1102013500&srcid=share

 

Carole Isaacs posted on 10/19/18

Sorry for your loss Tim, prayers for you and your family.

 

Bill and Annette Settles posted on 10/19/18

We are so sorry for your loss. We will be praying for your family.

 

Sandy Best posted on 10/19/18

Mrs. Monroe is a great loss. She had a such a wonderful laugh that was contagious! Yes she did know her stuff at Southeast. So many students looked to her for direction on so many levels. She was a mother to so many. Her confidence made you feel secure, in a not so positive atmosphere at Southeast High. She was just truly a good person, who will be missed by so many, may she rest in peace, and fly high with the Angels. Such a great loss. Love and miss you Mrs. Monroe! R.I.P. Gone but never forgotten! Love Sandy Best

 

S. Kellum posted on 10/19/18

I'm so sorry for your loss. The pain of losing a loved one isnt easy to go through for anyone. I wanted to share something with you that has encouraged my family and I through loss. Revelation 21:3, 4 talk of a wonderful promise for the future: a time of peace and health, when no one will die, be sick, or cry out in pain anymore. Don't we all look forward to this time. I hope you can find some comfort through this trying time.

 

Dee easley posted on 10/19/18

Barb was an amazing lady!! She knew so much about the school and where you needed to go to get things done and was always willing to help!! She devoted so much of her life to the students at that school.

 

Linda Moscardelli posted on 10/19/18

Rest in peace Todd , from your cousin's the Kail family

 

Kathleen Welch posted on 10/18/18

Mrs. Monroe was the one person at Southeast H.S., who I could always count on to know what was going on. She loved the students and it really showed in her sweet smile. Many memories from early 1990's.

 

Leighann tarvin posted on 10/17/18

My name is Leighann and I worked with Jacob when he went to franklin middle school. I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers to you and your family

 

Ken Cole posted on 10/17/18

Very sorry to learn of Barb's passing. She was a great neighbor and friend to my parents and grandparents for many years.

 

Joshuna posted on 10/17/18

I’m so sorry for your loss. My family and I can understand the pain you’re in, my brother passed when he was exactly Jacob’s age. The pain is still there but what helped my family and I cope is a beautiful promise found in God’s word. In Revelation 21:4 God says that he will wipe out the tears from our eyes and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. Imagine seeing Jacob again healthy and happy and running and jumping, and you’ll never have to worry about being apart again. May this hope soothe your hearts until then. -jw.org

 

Nina Fuss posted on 10/17/18

So sorry to hear about Barb. I liked Barb even though she was BARB.

 

 

Joella teufel posted on 10/16/18

R.ip my friend

 

 

Bill vollmer posted on 10/16/18

RIP Todd Boy love you

 

 

Dianna and Lloyd Rutherford posted on 10/15/18

Rest in peace Todd

 

Lynn Goldesberry Paice posted on 10/15/18

I have such fond memories of Mrs. Courtwright, and I'm so very sad to hear the news of her passing. She was one of my favorite teachers of all time and I learned so much from her. While in high school, I was selected to represent Southeast at a secretarial seminar and Mrs. Courtwright was my chaperone. We had such a great time together that day...what a GREAT memory. My thoughts and condolences are with her family....I know she will be missed greatly.

 

 

Carol Mansfield Netzke posted on 10/15/18

Love you Todd. Give Mom and Dad and Diane and Joyce, Angie, Mikey hugs and kisses for me.

 

priscilla Winchell posted on 10/14/18

So sorry to hear of Bernies passing. We worked together at Horace Mann for a few years. My thoughts are with your family at this difficult time.

 

Carol(Thorson) & Pat McGuckin posted on 10/14/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you in the loss of your Dad. I first had homemade wine at your mom and dad's home. He always had a spectacular garden.

 

Nina Fuss posted on 10/12/18

Sorry to hear of your loss was Peggy. Our prayers are with all you guys

 

 

Sharon Johnson posted on 10/11/18

I’m so sorry to recently learn about Mary’s death. My thoughts are with you. Mary was so dear to my mom; they were best buddies.

 

Tom and Barb Montgomery posted on 10/11/18

Gary and Family, We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Yogi & Sue posted on 10/11/18

Gary & family. Our hearts are breaking at the loss of our dear friend, Peggy. We have many wonderful memories of times spent together. Peggy was loved by all who knew her. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Alex and Karen posted on 10/11/18

We will never forget the good times we had visiting Lou at his farmette. Lou will always be alive in our memories.

 

Jenni (Richardson) Reagan posted on 10/11/18

Stacey, I'm very sorry to hear of your mother's passing. I will certainly be praying for you and your family to gain strength during this difficult time.

 

Darrell & Suzi Felts posted on 10/11/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you for comfort and peace.

 

Alvera Knox posted on 10/11/18

I was very saddened to learn of Peggy's passing. She was a good friend from our years at Southeast and our paths would also still occasionally cross at FitClub West. My very deepest sympathies to her family.

 

Kathy Leith posted on 10/11/18

We are thinking of you and your family, Gary. So very sorry. Prayers and hugs. Scott and Kathy Leith

 

Bud and Dottie Huffaker posted on 10/10/18

So sorry for your loss. Hang on to the memories, they warm the heart

 

Cathy Loyd posted on 10/10/18

So very sorry Gary, Stacie and Jamie and Kevin. Cathy and Bruce Loyd

 

Ron & Betty Wanless posted on 10/10/18

Our deepest sympathy to Peggy’s family. She was a very special lady.

 

Shelly Evans posted on 10/10/18

My sweet Nana. ❤️You were one in a million Thank you for so many beautiful memories you gave to us. You were like a grandma to us.

 

Shelly Evans posted on 10/10/18

My sweet sweet Nana. Mary was a grandmother to me and my brothers. Mary and Bob lived by us in Cedar Rapids Iowa when I was little until she moved back to Springfield after Bob died. She was the best ever. I have such great memories of going to Springfield on the 4th. I love you sweet Nana. You taught me so much I know when i visited you the past several years you knew I me and how much I loved you You were closer to us than our own biological grandparents. Thank you for loving us like your own and giving us lasting beautiful memories with you. I love you so much NANA. ❤️You were the best ! Shelly Evans

 

Shelly Evans posted on 10/10/18

My sweet sweet Nana. Mary was a grandmother to me and my brothers. Mary and Bob lived by us in Cedar Rapids Iowa when I was little until she moved back to Springfield after Bob died. She was the best ever. I have such great memories of going to Springfield on the 4th. I love you sweet Nana. You taught me so much I know when i visited you the past several years you knew I me and how much I loved you You were closer to us than our own biological grandparents. Thank you for loving us like your own and giving us lasting beautiful memories with you. I love you so much NANA. ❤️You were the best ! Shelly Evans

 

Janet DeClerck posted on 10/10/18

Prayers for the family from Renee’s St. John’s School of Nursing classmates.

 

Tanya Maria posted on 10/10/18

Our memories of our Dear friend has been over many shared meals at the dining table shared at the Villa. Walter reminisces over a conversation shared with Maurice them knowing the same fellow by work experiences there paths crossing decades ago,Rodger mentions his enjoyment with him at the Villa “ he is a real nice guy “Rudy Donna and Birdie all send there love to the family. Saquoia my daughter and I have enjoyed every moment we had the privilege to share with our friend and have faith to see him again , He will be missed.

 

BILL ANTHIS posted on 10/10/18

BILL & PAT ANTHIS EXTEND CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY.

 

 

Elizabeth Stewart Gandy posted on 10/9/18

Rip Great Uncle Morris Iam grateful for you and Great Aunt Lil your warmth, kindness have touched my life and I will always remember you both. Now I rejoice that you are with Lil now. May God be with everyone.

 

Patty Bailey posted on 10/9/18

I remember many times in Maurice & Lillians with my grandparents, Curly & Eva Broutin and really my best memory is I just that they were so easy to love. So very nice and kind. Never an unkind word about or towards anyone. I really hate to hear this even though it comes to us all eventually. A wonderful man who I knew would so miss Lillian. My heart just broke for him when she passed. I am suppose to work tomorrow, however, I'm going to do my best to be there. If I can't make arrangements for a replacement for me, please know my heart is with you.

 

Geoff Ryder posted on 10/9/18

My sincere condolences to the Shadid Family. The books I bought at Shadid's Book Mart were a cornerstone of my education and my imagination growing up. Springfield was blessed to have this store, and I will always be grateful to Mr. Shadid for creating it.

 

Sue & Roger Brewer posted on 10/7/18

It was with great sadness that we learned of Eleanor's passing. She was a dear friend . Please accept our heartfelt condolences.

 

 

Tom & Joyce Erickson posted on 10/7/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with Woody and your family. Woody was my Little League baseball coach and gave me rids to most games because my dad worked at Sangamo on the night shift. Woody lived on North Third and I lived on North Fourth in Springfield.

 

 

Autumn Cobb posted on 10/6/18

I'm Peg and Mike Young, youngest daughter and Barry always made me laugh when he worked at DCFS with my Mom. He would always give me a hug and he was a great friend to my parents. Sorry for your loss. Barry and my Mom are in heaven just chatting it up over coffee.

 

Bob and Brenda Barbee posted on 10/6/18

We are so sorry to read about Woody. We all had such fun at Butch’s years ago. We send our love and prayers to Chris and family.

 

Michael Young posted on 10/5/18

My heart has been broken at your loss of your amazimg husband and friend. His memories still show up here as I go through more of Peg's pictures. He is and will always be a larger than life positive, smiling and joking giant. My prayers for you and Andy will be said with the tears of love "angel Peg" and I will forever feel for you. God's comfort and tender love cover you in all the following days.

 

Holy Family Coffee club. posted on 10/5/18

So sorry for your loss, you are in our prayers.

 

 

Joseph Fickas posted on 10/5/18

Another great man gone, his legacies will be lived on through his kids and grandkids

 

Sarah Gillen posted on 10/4/18

Such a kind man. We will miss seeing and visiting with him. Sarah and Lori at Carlinville Rehab beauty shop

 

 

Lynn Buecker posted on 10/3/18

I will miss making lemon pie and apple dumplings for you. Enjoyed your great wit and humor these last several years. You will be missed.

 

Joseph M Smith posted on 10/3/18

Prayers to Connie and the Family. May our Lord bless and comfort you and the Family now and in the days ahead. Isaiah 40:31 Joseph and Kimberly Smith

 

Michael Parkin posted on 10/3/18

So long to a friend and fellow coworker. Barry was a kind and gentle person. I had the privilege to work with him at DCFS. Barry could always bring a smile to your face on bad day. I have fond memories of lunch times that we all shared together, while we working together. The world is a little sadder place with his pasting, because we don't see has many people that are that caring and just nice to others.

 

Pat Petitt posted on 10/3/18

Rest In peace Jimmy. May you be comforted by our Almighty God. Thanks for the memories and for being the fine friend you were to me and Jim Petitt, who thought of you as one of his very best friends. Till we meet again!!

 

 

Keith & Jo Allen posted on 10/2/18

Thinking of you and wishing you peace and comfort as you remember Jim and all the good times you had. Wishing you PEACE to bring comfort, COURAGE to face the days ahead and LOVING MEMORIES to forever hold in your heart. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. You have our deepest sympathy.

 

Penny Willis Christy posted on 10/1/18

I'm so Sorry for the Loss of Dennis, I just found out today of his passing. Dennis and Leonard was the only 2 I new ,from the time I worked at Klein St Facility he always made me laugh when he came in . He Will me Missed!!!!!

 

Julie Antonacci posted on 10/1/18

So very sorry to see the passing of this wonderful lady. Many years ago as a new mother, this wonderful lady came into our life. She was patient, kind and knowledgeable. Barb continued to be a wonderful resource through all of my deliveries. Lynn, sweet girl - sincere sympathy.

 

 

Carlene Patterson posted on 9/30/18

Go in peace and share your laughter with the angels.

 

Kimberly Murphy posted on 9/29/18

May God shine his light upon you and bring you great peace. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. April I remember being at Uncle Bill and Aunt Judy's the first time I met Barry. We both married a man named Barry. You just had the blessing of Andy. Such a great pleasure to meet Barry. May God bless you both may he keep your families strong and deliver comfort. Biggest hugs and sincere condolences for you and your families loss. Much love to all

 

 

Larry & Ruth Mayo posted on 9/29/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of your sorrow.

 

Tammy Hackler posted on 9/28/18

I wish I could be there for the service. She was a wonderful Mom and Gigi, I love that she was always up to do everything, especially shopping!! She was sweet, kind and loved her family fiercely! She will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all! ❤️❤️ Tammy and Randy

 

Lisa Morrow posted on 9/27/18

She will be missed very much. My thoughts and prayers for the family.I have always thought alot of her. She was always a very pleasant and sweet person. Sorry couldn't be here since I now live in Arizona. Wish I could be there for all of you.

 

Deborah Janik posted on 9/27/18

I am so sorry to hear of Chris's passing. I used to go to Grace, and I remember she came to the knitting group a couple of times. I was always glad to see her there. My deepest sympathies to her family. Sending lots of love and thoughts.

 

Joe JD Davis posted on 9/27/18

Lisa and Lori.....I am so sad to read of the loss of your mom. What a great lady!! My thoughts and prayers will be with you today.

 

Rebecca Woodhull posted on 9/27/18

Shirley was such a smart lady with a great wit. She reminded me of my mother with her talent at crosswords!I am so glad to have known her even if for a short time.

 

 

Oleta Kay Remillard posted on 9/27/18

In my thoughts and prayers.

 

Mary Jo Wasser posted on 9/27/18

Dear Jody and family, I will not be able to be present with you tomorrow but please know that "Patsy" and all her family have been in my thoughts and prayers. I'm not telling you anything you don't know when I say Patsy was a WONDERFUL nurse! Hospice patients, their loved ones, co-team members LOVED Patsy, Her smile, kind ways, empathetic approach and love for those in need made her an outstanding caregiver. I know she was welcomed into heaven by hundreds of former patients! Thank you for sharing her with the St. John's Hospice team! Know I'm with you in spirit and prayer! Mary Jo Wasser

 

Marcy Barnard posted on 9/26/18

Katie and Liv and Chris's brothers and sisters please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your mother/sister Chris. I worked with Chris at Nationals for many years. She also would occasionally babysit for me. She was one of a kind for sure and I'm sure will be deeply missed. I will keep Chris and all of you in my prayers, again I'm sorry for your loss

 

Lori Skufca posted on 9/26/18

Deej, my love and prayers are with you, your family, and the many people that Chris touched in her too short life. Chris - be at peace. Peace and healing to the rest of us...

 

Susan Hummel Smarjesse posted on 9/26/18

Your mother was such a wonderful friend to my mother and me. So many trips together and dinners. I won't ever forget her and still can hear her voice.

 

Dick Poynter posted on 9/26/18

Pam, mark and family: sorry to hear about lil. You are in our prayers. We are in Virginia until Sunday. Will talk to you next week. Dick and Sharon

 

Sally Taylor posted on 9/26/18

I am sorry for your loss. Your family is in my thought and prayers. Ginny Schofield is a good friend and former co-worker of mine and I knew Mary and Henry Huck as well. Good people and awesome friends.

 

Brenda Barbee posted on 9/26/18

We are so sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Bob and Brenda Barbee

 

 

Letisha dee dee dunn posted on 9/26/18

My beautiful aunt going miss talking to you always had a smile

 

bel posted on 9/25/18

To the family may God's promises found at Acts 24:15 bring you comfort at this difficult time

 

Tom nadJudy Kelsheimer posted on 9/24/18

Our sympathies to your entire family. Ed was a great and kind man and a very good neighbor. We know you will miss him.

 

Helen Poe posted on 9/24/18

I just found out of Dorothy passing. I wish I would have known sooner so I could have given you kids my sincere condolences. Loved your mother always remember her & the other ladies in Sherman playing bunco in our basement. God bless. Helen Poe

 

Anne Hofferkamp posted on 9/23/18

Richard - I'm so sorry for your loss. Hugs.

 

 

Pat & Joann Kain posted on 9/22/18

Kris, very sad to read this today at 5:20, too late to catch memorial service. Thinking of you and his family now.

 

Lisa Rothschild posted on 9/22/18

Our mother Rosemary Crum worked with your mother at the DO of Social Security Department. We remember visiting my mom at her office and meeting your mom. All those special memories you always remember about those special moms. It is never easy to lose a parent at any age. We are thinking of Ann's family through this difficult time. Prayers being sent from Rosemary's daughters; Debbie Crum, Cynthia (Crum) Graham, and Lisa (Crum) Rothschild.

 

Shirley L Mitchell posted on 9/22/18

So sorry tohear of your loss,I'm sure he was a fine person and very grateful that he fought for our freedom.God bless and prayers for strength for hid family and friends.

 

Jeannette Milbrandt posted on 9/22/18

I'm so sorry for your loss Cindy. ((HUGS))

 

Jeff Kadyk posted on 9/21/18

I always enjoyed the time spent with Uncle Ed when I was a kid. So sorry to hear that he passed. My prayers for family and friends in this difficult time.

 

Nick Penning posted on 9/21/18

My deepest sympathy to all of Ron's family. I had the good fortune to serve with Ron as a teacher at Griffin.

 

Karen Randazzo posted on 9/21/18

Pat and Mary, My deepest condolences for the loss of your Mother. It is hard to lose a parent no matter what age. The way you always spoke so highly of your parents and siblings reminded me of my own tightly bonded family. May God hold her in his arms and grant a calming peace of mind for those of you left behind, knowing she is reunited with your Father. Their legacy lives on through all of you.

 

Paul Allgood posted on 9/21/18

Nancy, so very sorry to hear of Bob's passing. I remember Bob well from Capitol Machinery days. I have been over to see him since I retired from Altorfer 2012. Wish I had stopped this Spring when we returned from Alabama, our home in the winter. Thoughts & prayers are with you & the family. Trucker Paul

 

Donald J Parth posted on 9/21/18

Nancy, We are so sorry to learn of your loss of Bob. We were on vacation, and just now heard about it. Our deepest condolences, Don & Teresa Parth

 

Candice and Scott Long posted on 9/21/18

Very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

 

Billy and Cathy Dougherty posted on 9/21/18

So sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you and your family

 

Dennis Barnett posted on 9/21/18

My favorite memories of my aunt barb go back to the 70's, when she and my mom(mary),would take lori and I trick or treating,regardless of the weather or neighborhood,or the beach at lake springfield,way back when it was still a happening place.We will all miss her,May god bless her soul.

 

Dennis Barnett posted on 9/21/18

My favorite memories of my aunt barb go back to the 70's, when she and my mom(mary),would take lori and I trick or treating,regardless of the weather or neighborhood,or the beach at lake springfield,way back when it was still a happening place.We will all miss her,May god bless her soul.

 

Tate Clark posted on 9/21/18

My deepest condolences to you and your family during this time. Anna Mae was an amazing woman and she will truly be missed.

 

 

Judy Barnosky posted on 9/21/18

Pat and Mary, Im so sorry for the loss of your Mother. There should never be a doubt in you minds on whether you were good daughters to your Mother and your Father. This encludes all your siblings. What Love,Patience and Respect I witnessed over the years. What an example you all have set for your children and grandchildren of Honoring parents. May Love and Peace envelope you in its arms as you celebrate the life of this great lady! God Bless You All. Love and prayers, Judy

 

Joyce Conder posted on 9/21/18

I am so sorry for your loss Jack Cindy Shelly Stacy and Lori your mom was a wonderful person I will always remember all the fun and good times our family had. My prayers are with you all I know she will see my mom and dad and have a great time with Jesus by their sides.

 

 

Anne M Russell posted on 9/20/18

Thinking and prayers to you Cindy and your family during this difficult time of letting go. God bless all of you and your dad. Love you my dear friend.♥️

 

Bill & Kathy Gilman posted on 9/20/18

We are so sorry for your loss of your brother. Our sympathy, thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love, Bill & Kathy

 

Jerry Glaub posted on 9/20/18

Saddest condolences to the fantastic family of Ann Fitzgerald. Considering the family that she and Bill laid upon the Earth, she must have been one of the proudest mothers that ever lived. Such a wonderful group – especially the guys that I knew best – Billy, John and Gary B. Love is the word that best describes that family. Just know that Mother Ann had a wonderful and fulfilling life that had to leave her feeling very good. If any would like to communicate with any of the Glaub clan, send me your email address (I do not do social media), Jerry Glaub jerryglaub@gmail.com

 

Gary Claybourn & Marcia Sheppard posted on 9/20/18

Family of Sarah~ Words cannot express our Heartfelt Sympathy for your loss of Sarah. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Dorothy Kochik posted on 9/20/18

Jack and family, Sorry for your lost, I know how you feel but ask yourself was Barb suffering and pain if yes, ask would you want to keep her that way and be selfish or leave her to to a place where she will have no more pain and suffering. Think about it and I am sure you will come up to the answer I did seven years ago. Leave her rest in peace. My prayers are with you, Dorothy

 

Alicia Tate-Nadeau posted on 9/20/18

So very sorry for your loss. Your father was always very good to me, in a time when few men accepted women in the ILNG officer ranks. You can be proud of what he stood for.

 

Don Ryan posted on 9/19/18

Sandy, I was so sorry to hear of your brothers passing. You and all of his siblings are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Theresa Roegge posted on 9/19/18

Michael was a man with a sparkle. Full of confidence and humor, oh that grin! He had a kind and generous heart and will be missed!

 

The Duncan's posted on 9/19/18

With Heartfelt Sympathy to the Hayes Family, May you rely on the God of all comfort to help you to endure the days ahead. "God is our refuge and strength " (Psalms 46:1).

 

Thomas J.Ippolito posted on 9/19/18

My Aunt Ann for so long an important part of my life.Always kind,caring and supportive of me.Do you remember when you came to visit my home in Arizona and when I would visit your home whenever I visited in Illinois.I will always remember those good memories and miss you forever.Thank you for always being there for me.Love You.

 

Roger Phoenix posted on 9/19/18

I remember the first day that I met Michael at WIU and at that time I worked at the Planning and Design department which Michael was hired . Each morning Michael would pass my office and he would always greet me with a morning Rogae and I would say morning Red . I would always call him red as in Red Hott and that always ment a huge grin that he was famous for. Rest in Peace Michael , Prayers for Michael and family !

 

Julie posted on 9/19/18

My mother, how can I say goodbye? You have been my steady rock since day one. Thank you for so much for never making me question that I was loved always, for me never feeling as if I needed anything, for making me the strong, smart woman that I am. Your influence in my life is what has made my life as wonderful as it is so thank you Mom. I will miss you dearly. I love you.

 

Robyn Maslouski posted on 9/18/18

Cheryl & family - my deepest condolences for your loss.

 

Robyn Maslouski posted on 9/18/18

Cheryl & family - my deepest condolences for your loss.

 

Vickie Williams posted on 9/18/18

To Barb’s family and friends- I am so sorry for your loss. Barb was a dear lady that I met at jewelry classes. Sincere sympathy on your loss.

 

Jeaneene Gesell posted on 9/18/18

Kim and family - I was sorry to hear of the loss of your dear husband and father. I will pray that you all have strength in the days ahead.

 

James Refine posted on 9/18/18

Rest in peace my friend, may the Lord be with you .

 

Kathy Chambers posted on 9/18/18

I did not know Michael personally, though knew him through working at WIU. Whenever I would bump into him on campus he was always so pleasant and happy and friendly. Michael always had a friendly hello. He will be missed here at WIU. My personal condolences to all of his family and friends.

 

Sonny Aidich posted on 9/18/18

So sorry to hear of your passing. I have so many memories with you it’s hard to distinguish just one. You will be missed #4

 

COL (USA ret) Dutch Holland posted on 9/18/18

I'll never forget you, Sir, as a fine officer who understood that loyalty to subordinates is at least as important as to superiors. You protected from Lisa's false allegations and Dick's unmerited wrath. I owe you my second (State of IL) retirement and will be forever grateful to have known and served with you. Rest in Peace.

 

Marcia Moore-Hopper posted on 9/17/18

So sorry to hear about Mike. Let your memories bring you comfort and peace.

 

Vicki Lopez posted on 9/17/18

Paul, it was a pleasure working for you at the ILNG in the Civilian Payroll office for 10 years. I will never forget you! Rest in peace my friend.

 

Jim Kuczek posted on 9/17/18

Very sorry to hear of Mike's passing. I'll always remember him as a strong willed, outgoing and happy young man.

 

Gary and Nancy Wells posted on 9/17/18

So very sorry to learn about the passing of your mother. The cherished memories you shared with her will forever remain in your heart.

 

Amy Kuster(Vincent) posted on 9/17/18

Dear Kim and Fellow Siblings, You have my Heartfelt Condolences. Michael was Unique, and one of a kind. May he Rest in Peace.

 

 

Cathy Mcafee posted on 9/17/18

I was shocked and saddened to hear about Mike’s passing. My heart goes out to your entire family. Seems just like yesterday that Mike and I were drinking beer and sitting on the roof of my parent’s house! Thinking of you all. Cathy Lomelino

 

Karen Yoggerst posted on 9/16/18

To Mike Hott's siblings: I am so sorry for the tragic loss of your brother! My prayers and thoughts are with your family at this sad time!

 

Judy Burgess posted on 9/16/18

Paul with the Burgess family celebrating Jim Sr’s Birthday

 

Jennah Purk-Hall posted on 9/16/18

Paul... Gebby.....General.... what can I say. You once said you would take a thousand wives to one “Jen”. You always said I was trouble, looking for a place to happen! In the end, I know I made you proud! I know you loved me and I know you loved my children! My son , who is only seven, said you were his “best friend at Brookhills”. You were my Fathers BFF and honored my Mother! Thank you for loving me Paul! I will always love you!

 

1SG Jim Burgess posted on 9/16/18

RIP Sir. You are the best friend my family ever had. From Honduras to Wisconsin, Italy to Champaign you made sure I was good and had what I needed. Your hard talks got me back on track more than once. I know your still around because Old Soldiers Never Die. Till Valhalla.

 

 

Denise posted on 9/15/18

Barb was so kind and always smiling. Deepest sympathy to the family.

 

Edna Seipel posted on 9/15/18

Bronwyn, so sorry to read of your loss upon my return from vacation and extend my deepest sympathy to your family. Edna

 

 

Mikki Buhl posted on 9/15/18

Lynn and family, Know my prayers are with you all. Keep the wonderful memories of your mother close to your heart, as she will always be there to watch over you. What a blessing these last few years, you was able to spend quality time together at your house.

 

Heidi Freeby posted on 9/15/18

Our condolences to the Schemmer family. The Jones and Schemmers have had a long, wonderful working relationship and entire Schemmer family has been a loyal friend for many generations. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Jon Genier posted on 9/15/18

My condolences to Barb's family. May the hope expressed at Job 14:13-15 give you some comfort for your great loss.

 

Brian & Lori Joehl posted on 9/15/18

Our sympathy to the Schemmer family, may God Bless you as you mourn your loss and celebrate her life. We will pray for you all.

 

Patty Lee Thompson posted on 9/15/18

Georgia, I am very sorry for your loss. Thinking of you now and in the days ahead~

 

Keith and Susan posted on 9/14/18

Heather and family. We are deeply sorry for the loss of your dad. Neither Keith nor I have our dad's in this life and feel this loss with you. Prayers to all. Love Keith and Susan, Collinsville Illinois.

 

Wesley Wayne Hilligoss posted on 9/14/18

So sorry for your loss. Frank was one of the nicest guys I knew. I enjoyed working with him at RMC and we had a lot of fun coaching our girls in softball. He will be missed.

 

Sarah Schrickling posted on 9/14/18

I miss you everyday Grandpa. You’re smile makes me smile. I know you and Dorothy are up there giggling in heaven together. I will carry your love and memory with me forever.

 

Steve Jenne posted on 9/14/18

My deepest sympathies go out to the family of Rod Huffman, my long-time friend and co-worker for many years. I will miss your smile, your good humor, and the stories we used to share. From one Army veteran to another, "Rest in honored peace, my friend", and thank you for serving our country!

 

Mary Hartlaub posted on 9/14/18

Nancy, Bobby and John L... I was so sorry to hear about Bob. He was always such a nice guy and always had a smile. My thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathies are with all of you. Don always enjoyed the "McCarthy Family".

 

Debbie & John Rowley posted on 9/14/18

Kim and Family: We were blessed to have you and Frank as our neighbors in Petersburg. We had so many good times with all of you. We are going to truly miss him. We are here for you, Kim. It’s a relief to know he is with our Father in Heaven. Love to you all. Your Friends, John & Debbie Rowley

 

Mary von Liski posted on 9/14/18

Heartfelt sympathy, caring thoughts, prayers. Wishing the family: a song in your hearts; sunshine after the louds; a rainbow after the rain; treasured memories; peace

 

 

Chet and Jennifer Bartlett posted on 9/13/18

I know that Rod is looking down on all of us with that ear to ear smile that was so contagious wanting us all to live life and be the best that we all can and should be, He was a true gentleman, father, husband and friend and this world will be a little less than perfect without him. God Bless the Huffman family and I pray that God grants you the comfort and peace that you all need.

 

 

Chet Bartlett posted on 9/13/18

TUCKED AWAY in our subconscious minds is an idyllic vision in which we see ourselves on a long journey that spans an entire continent. We’re traveling by train and, from the windows, we drink in the passing scenes of cars on nearby highways, of children waving at crossings, of cattle grazing in distant pastures, of smoke pouring from power plants, of row upon row upon row of cotton and corn and wheat, of flatlands and valleys, of city skylines and village halls. But uppermost in our conscious minds is our final destination–for at a certain hour and on a given day, our train will finally pull into the Station with bells ringing, flags waving, and bands playing. And once that day comes, so many wonderful dreams will come true. So restlessly, we pace the aisles and count the miles, peering ahead, waiting, waiting, waiting for the Station. “Yes, when we reach the Station, that will be it!” we promise ourselves. “When we’re eighteen. . . win that promotion. . . put the last kid through college. . . buy that 450SL Mercedes-Benz. . . have a nest egg for retirement!” From that day on we will all live happily ever after. Sooner or later, however, we must realize there is no Station in this life, no one earthly place to arrive at once and for all. The journey is the joy. The Station is an illusion–it constantly outdistances us. Yesterday’s a memory, tomorrow’s a dream. Yesterday belongs to a history, tomorrow belongs to God. Yesterday’s a fading sunset, tomorrow’s a faint sunrise. Only today is there light enough to love and live. So, gently close the door on yesterday and throw the key away. It isn’t the burdens of today that drive men mad, but rather the regret over yesterday and the fear of tomorrow. Regret and fear are twin thieves who would rob us of today. “Relish the moment” is a good motto, especially when coupled with Psalm 118:24, “This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.” So stop pacing the aisles and counting the miles. Instead, swim more rivers, climb more mountains, kiss more babies, count more stars. Laugh more and cry less. Go barefoot oftener. Eat more ice cream. Ride more merry-go-rounds. Watch more sunsets. Life must be lived as we go along. The Station will come soon enough.

 

Dianna Malcom posted on 9/13/18

Nancy, Bobby and John L. I am so sorry for your loss. You and your families are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Sheree McKane posted on 9/13/18

Kim & family, I am sorry for your loss. Please know you all are in my thoughts in prayers. I hope the memories that you have of Frank find you some peace and comfort.

 

Jeff Schlindwein posted on 9/13/18

Frank had a lot of fun back in the day when we all played on the same softball team. We all did. Great guy and will always be our Big "L". Our softball buddies will remember the day that he was tagged with that nickname. Rest in peace buddy!!!

 

Meryl posted on 9/13/18

I am very sorry to read of the loss of, Mr. Huffman. With his accomplishments and dedications both, in his professional life and personal one, he was an amazing man! I won't pretend to know what you're going through, but what has helped me deal with the loss of those I love, is turning to the Scriptures, something that has been a real source of comfort. One Scripture that gives me hope is John 6:40, which says: "For this is the will of my Father, that everyone who recognizes the Son and exercises faith in him should have everlasting life, and I will resurrect him on the last day.” I hope that this verse will also comfort you and, I hope you and your family can get through this difficult time. Please accept my condolences for the loss of your beloved husband, father, grandpa and friend. Sincerely, Meryl, jw.org - healingwordsforu@gmail.com

 

 

Dennis Pop posted on 9/13/18

I was blessed to be able to call you my friend! I'll miss you Rod

 

Cheryl Svedarsky posted on 9/13/18

Teresa, so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you as you go through this very difficult time. I sincerely wish you the best as I do know what you are going through. He will always be a part of you....

 

Phillip Brooks & Anna Seago posted on 9/12/18

We have enjoyed having Frank as a friend and longtime client. We will miss the many conversation about cars and bowling that Frank shared with us. Still remember Frank’s first Auto Body Repair Shop. Your family is in our thoughts and prayer.

 

Molly posted on 9/12/18

Today is my birthday and I'm really sad that your not here for it I'm 23 years old wish you could celebrate with me and family.

 

Patrick & Marjorie Reedich posted on 9/12/18

We are so sorry for your loss. She has left you a wonderful memory of her story in all of you. Prayers for comfort and peace.

 

Kevin Mudge posted on 9/12/18

McCarthy Family, you have my condolences on your loss. My thoughts are with you.

 

Radene Monroney Crawford posted on 9/12/18

Jan, Phil and Dale Wow, what an amazing woman your mom was! I feel very honored to be able to say that I knew her briefly a long time ago. My deepest sympathy goes out to you and all your family. I know how hard it is to lose a parent to Alzheimer’s, To watch someone so bright and alive slowly disappear from your life is almost unbearable. Just know that with your love for each other and family and friends, your good memories you have will soon overshadow those from the end of her life. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Joseph G. Christine posted on 9/12/18

Joey, so sorry for the lost of your father, I worked with Dan and your uncles and aunts in the mid 70's as bus boy, dish washer at your Grandpa place of business, I remember it being over 100 degrees in the kitchen and I would go up to get a coke, he would spike from time to time with Tabasco sauce, he always had a good since of humor, no doubt he will be missed.

 

Ken Marr posted on 9/12/18

Larry and I were friends at the University of Illinois and got back in touch a few years ago and visited him in May 17. He had a great attitude, talked lovingly about Ada and lived his dogs. I am so sorry.

 

Karen Rawlins posted on 9/12/18

My deepest Condolences to you JAN.and family. After losing daddy back in 1998, I know the hole it will leave, tho many joys and memories to take with you. She looked like my dad, and seemed a bit like too, I have only a few memories of rising her in Springfield when we would come up to visit , that was when your Mom and Dad were still together. I remember your Dad being so polite and kind and your mom a bit feisty, but I was very young. I also remember having a childhood crush on Phillip(haha) and ended up marrying a man that looked a bit like him. Time seems to be like a shadow though the memories get further away sometimes they stay so close . I know you will cherish her legacy

 

Rich carver posted on 9/12/18

Jan Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family Rich and Kathy Carver

 

Joe & Diane Stotlar posted on 9/12/18

Phil, Dale, Lance - Our sympathy to you at the loss of your mother and grandmother. It sounds like she was a very special lady!

 

Martin Valtierra posted on 9/11/18

Kim and family...on behalf of Tami and I...Words cannot express the sorry we feel for you and your family at this time of loss. May you all find comfort in the Lord and the fond memories shared and left behind. Frank was a man of carefully chosen word and a very strong will. We are blessed to have known him and will keep you all in prayer.

 

Jean Garner posted on 9/11/18

Kim, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family on the loss of Frank.

 

Mike Stradinger posted on 9/11/18

You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers!

 

Terry Gorman posted on 9/11/18

My dear, sweet Uncle Frank, was really my big brother. There was only 3 years between us. He was like any big brother, he could be annoyed because I wanted to always tag along with him. He acted annoyed on the outside, but he always took me everywhere with him that I wanted to go. He tolerated my crushes on some of his high school buddies. He was loving and kind and ALWAYS there for me. I really can’t imagine a world without him in it. However, I rejoice in knowing he is in Heaven reunited with my dad and my uncles and my Grandma and Grandpa. Their is a joyous celebration happening. I love you so, Frank and I thank you for being my confidant, friend and the best uncle and big “brother” ever. I will see you again someday in Heaven.

 

Renee DeLong posted on 9/11/18

Frank was a very dear friend of mine at Southeast High School. Although I moved to LA decades ago, I'm so glad we stayed friends on Facebook for many years and I was able to see him at our last high school reunion. Frank will be missed but his friendship and kindness will always be with me.

 

Brad and TJ Farmer posted on 9/11/18

We want to express our sympathy and let you know that our thoughts are with you.

 

Todd Milburn posted on 9/11/18

Frank was a huge influence on my life as one of my key mentors growing up. The only exception was his taste in sports teams. Lol. We had many deep discussions/conflicts over our baseball teams. I will never forget his competitive spirit and the many contested basketball and ping pongs games we had. EPIC and too many details to cover in this forum, just imagine. Thanks Frank for help making me the man I am today. I especially appreciate the tip on going to Iowa for a wife. GREAT advice. Hope to see you again in heaven, just not too soon. Love that man.

 

Jay Felton posted on 9/11/18

You are all in our thoughts and prayers. God bless

 

David Kratzer posted on 9/10/18

May God keep you in the palm of his hand James Kratzer

 

Judy Peake posted on 9/10/18

I am so sorry Braun & Levi. I worked with Denny at Vitall Records. I considered Denny to be a great friend & co-worker. My thoughts & prayers are with you at this difficult time.

 

Tom & Grace Ann Robinson posted on 9/10/18

We have known Denny for several years, and was a wonderful man. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family. He will dearly be missed.

 

Diane posted on 9/10/18

Bron and family...I have no words. Only heartbreak!!!!

 

Charles & Kathleen Tholl posted on 9/10/18

Our condolences to the McCarthy family for your loss.

 

Vickie Williams posted on 9/10/18

To Denny’s family- I am so sorry to hear of Denny’s passing. I worked with him at Vital Records for several years. He was a good coworker and friend. My sympathy to you all at this difficult time.

 

Drew Meyerowich posted on 9/10/18

Prayers to the Entire McCarthy Family! It remains my distinct honor to know this incredible and loving family and Susan and I offer our continued prayers for your strength in knowing how Mr. McCarthy lived such a wonderful life. Rest in Peace Mr McCarthy and we are blessed that our paths have crossed in this life. We offer up our love and support.

 

Ron Turner posted on 9/10/18

My sympathies to Juanita's family. I worked for John for several years at the Robo Car Wash on Jefferson, and knew Juanita from there. I always enjoyed visiting with her when she would come to visit John or to pick him up from work. Best wishes to all of Juanita's family

 

Myra posted on 9/10/18

Condolences to the family. Sorry for your loss. I knew Dennis from our class at Glenwood High School.

 

madelene skerlick posted on 9/7/18

SHE WAS MY GOD MOTHER AND LOVED BY MY DAD.

 

Chuck & Judy Frank posted on 9/6/18

Marlene, Sorry for your loss. Sorry we couldn’t make the service, wee out of town for a dr’s appt

 

Geri (Sonnenberg) Marion posted on 9/6/18

Condolences go out to all of Tom’s family members. My father, Rusty Sonnenberg, worked with Tom for many years as a mechanic at the State of Illinois Garage. Dad was normally a man of few words; however, he always had good things to say about Tom. My family & I will be praying for comfort for your family...

 

Mackenzie Estes posted on 9/6/18

Almost one year daddio.. i miss you , ecspecially my senior year. i love you so much. i knwo your having a blast wherever you are..

 

 

Jeanne Skube posted on 9/6/18

Please know of my sympathy during this most difficult time. Sending lots of love.

 

 

Gloria Pettit posted on 9/5/18

My heart goes out to the Family and Kimberly ... R.I.P.

 

Mickey and Brian Lauer posted on 9/5/18

Oh Al, what wonderful memories we have of the old neighborhood....your 80th Birthday party ....cigars with Brian and Kevin...and your awesome tomatoes....Rest in peace, dear Al. Your memory is eternal. Deepest and sincere condolences to your Family. Forever in our hearts, from Brian and Mickey Lauer

 

Max Dillahunty posted on 9/5/18

So sorry to hear about the passing of Larry. I worked with him at DCFS and LRS. He was a great guy and mentor to me in my early days on the job. Our prayers are with your family at this difficult time.

 

Lisa Ellis posted on 9/4/18

Nancy, I'm unable to attend the funeral but wanted to let you know we're sorry for your loss. Sarah and I really enjoyed visiting with your mother when we'd come to the fair. I'm sure her sense of humor will be missed by all who knew her.

 

Edgar Poole posted on 9/4/18

Rest In Peace My friend...You will be missed..

 

Nelda Jacoby posted on 9/4/18

Babe, so sorry to read of Larry's death. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Mary Jo Seiz and Dan Petrilli posted on 9/3/18

Our sympathy to the Kelley family. Danny said he marched right next to Tom at the beginning of the Veterans Day Parade at the State Fair. Then both of us stood with Tom and visited with him at the airport as ITAM welcomed back the veterans who were on the Honor Flight. Danny introduced us, and we had such a nice visit. Until I read his obituary did I realize the he was Gena's son. My stepdad was John Turley, and my stepsister is Jeanette Turley. My mom was Pauline Turley. Such a wonderful family! May happy memories give you comfort. Tom was a good guy in so many ways. Danny was honored to be on the Honor Guard at the funeral home and on the Sangamon County Burial Detail to give Tom an honored sendoff. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Sue (Klemaier) Kessler posted on 9/3/18

John and Nancy, I'm sorry for your loss. May you find peace at this sad time.

 

 

Rich and Marilyn Cordes, Carrollton, Ilinois posted on 9/3/18

Babe and family, so very sorry to hear about Larry. May God take His hand and touch all of your hearts to help ease your pain. Our sincerest condolences to all of you during this difficult time.

 

Dana Hill posted on 9/3/18

Deepest sympathies Nancy and family for the loss of your mom. Harriet was just about the nicest person the good Lord put on this earth.

 

tammy vowels posted on 9/3/18

Nancy, im so very sorry for your loss. may God comfort you all at this time.Prayers of Love going up.

 

Jeannie Serra posted on 9/3/18

It was a pleasure to know Harriet. She always had a friendly nature and a sense of humor! I will smile when I think of her! So sorry for your loss, Nancy and John. ❤️❤️

 

Jeannie Serra posted on 9/3/18

In memory of Harriet”the Mumsie”Staber

 

Carolyn and Bobby Wurm posted on 9/3/18

We are sorry for your families loss and our prayers are with you. We love you dearly .

 

 

Brooke Cornwell posted on 9/3/18

Nancy we are all so sorry for your families loss.

 

Morris Weller posted on 9/3/18

Nancy,So sorry for your loss. I will always remember what a kind lady she was.

 

Tammy Bartolomucci posted on 9/3/18

Marlene,sorrry for your loss. You had a special man and a great love. Hugs and prayers. Tammy

 

 

Mabel Workman posted on 9/3/18

Nancy so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. You will enjoy the memories of your life together.

 

Deana Coleman posted on 9/2/18

I have the best memory of Janet taking us neighborhood kids to McDonalds. She always said there was a blonde, a brunette, and 2 redheads. All the boys will have their pick!

 

Cindy Cass posted on 9/1/18

I was one of Gloria's caregivers at River Birch. She was a true sweetheart and always had a smile on her face. She will be deeply missed. Rest in a Peace Gloria.

 

William and Ruth Graham posted on 9/1/18

Babe, we are so sorry to hear this and our prayers are with you and your family..

 

Judy Schafer posted on 9/1/18

I didn't know Larry but he must have been a great guy because Doug is a great guy! So sorry for your loss. Thinking of you with prayers...

 

Larry and Mary Sue Dahlkoetter posted on 9/1/18

Our thoughts and prayer are with you and your family.

 

Sue Warner posted on 9/1/18

I remember Gloria Casey as a member of the Altar and Rosary Society at the Cathedral or the Immaculate Conception and a willing volunteer and hard worker for the Annual Ice Cream Social every year from the 70's through the 80's. My thoughts and prayers are with her son, Michael, and all her family. She will be missed by many including me. Michael, you were a year ahead of my daughter, Nikki, at Cathedral Grade School. May your memories and God's blessings comfort you.

 

Ron and Pat Royer posted on 8/31/18

Larry will be greatly missed by the BCK Ducks Unlimited Chapter. He was a great supporter of Ducks Unlimited and a joy to be around. Always teasing and enjoying himself. His family always by his side. We are so sorry for your loss.

 

RoseMarie Atkinson posted on 8/31/18

Sure going to miss you Uncle Al. You were the sweetest caring, loving Uncle ever! Love, Punky

 

Carolyn Wenger posted on 8/31/18

We will love and smile everyday thinking of you. You taught us that love was infinite. We will also continue to shed tears, but know that you are with the love of your life in heaven. Thank you for all you shared.

 

Margaret Egan posted on 8/31/18

Michael, I am so sorry for your loss. Your mom was such a fine lady. Quite a few years have passed since I first met her when you became part of one of my first second grade classes at Cathedral. May you be comforted with wonderful memories that will last forever.

 

Janell Childers posted on 8/30/18

Sorry for ur loss... Tom was a great guy friendly always had a smile on his face... Tom u will be missed by many R.I.P. my friend

 

Grace posted on 8/29/18

I want to offer my condolences to Tom's family. I hope the warm memories you have of him will give you some comfort during this sad time. Also, pray to God for comfort. He promises to give us help when we need it. Now is the time to pray for comfort so that you will be able to cope with the loss of Tom. Matthew 5:4

 

Rod & Judy Hashman posted on 8/29/18

So sorry for your lost. I just wish there were words to help you and your family though all this. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Stay strong and open your hearts to God he will help you though all of this.

 

Brenda Barton posted on 8/29/18

Carolyn, I am so very sorry to learn of Tom's unexpected death. I know he was the light in your heart and you were both so good together. I will always remember him with a smile on his face. He was a joyful, wise soul and I am happy that you were able to share your life with him. I have old memories of your high school day's when Tom was your High School sweetheart and more recent days when Tom was your soulmate and loving companion that helped you care for your mother and could always put a smile on your face. He will be in our hearts forever...

 

Jan Egizii posted on 8/29/18

Mike, my thoughts and prayers are with you as you mourn the passing of your mother. Cherish the memories you two shared.

 

 

Annette Sisti posted on 8/29/18

I’m remembering the morning your daughter was born. What a mess we had didn’t we, but you couldn’t stop laughing, I don’t think anything could have brought you down that day. R.I.P. buddy.

 

Annette Sisti posted on 8/29/18

Your gonna be truly missed my friend. It’s been an interesting life with you in it. You were always there with a laugh or a smile no matter had bad thing were. We have had a lot of laughs and some tears but I really am gonna miss you Tom. Every time I go to Walmart or Fulgenzi’s I’m gonna think of you. Your time was cut to short, Tommy, but I’m sure you are in a beautiful place right now. I can see you telling one of your jokes that will have the angels rolling. Try not to stir it up up there till I get there. Rest In Peace and in Gods hands my friend.

 

 

Amanda and Jason Kluge posted on 8/29/18

I remember Tom thru Walmart. He was an awesome worker and someone awesome to talk to when your having a bad day. You will be miss Tom.

 

Mary Bartolomucci posted on 8/29/18

I’m so sorry for your loss Mike. Thinking of you and your family

 

Linda Eskew posted on 8/28/18

Sorry for your loss, this is a big loss to everyone he knew. He will truely be missed.

 

Donna Osborne posted on 8/28/18

Just heard of Liz passing and was so sorry to hear. She was the best trainer and so smart, no one could compare to her. My condolences to family and friends, we have truly lost a beautiful mind.

 

Kenny posted on 8/26/18

I'm so sorry for your loss. I only knew Barb from going in to Walmart, she worked the over night shift and I always went through her check out lane. She loved to talk to me about my dog and the dogs she had. Even though I didn't know her or the family, she will be missed.. she was a sweet lady, my Walmart experience just won't be the same anymore prayers to the family and friends God Bless

 

Becky Schlouch posted on 8/26/18

Dear Bob, Mary Pat, Carol, Joe and Barbie- we are so very sorry to learn of Margie’s passing. What wonderful memories we have of her and all of you when we were kids- great neighborhood friends. She had a great laugh and was so good to Mom and us. We will never forget her. Unfortunately, we were on vacation this passed week and missed seeing you all in person at her service. Please know that we’re sending tight hugs and nothing but good thoughts and prayers to all of you. I know she and Mom our smiling down on all of us with a full heart. Love, Becky (Miller) Schlouch Pauline Miller

 

jaden posted on 8/26/18

hey shane i wish you could see baylen she is beautiful and soooooo funny and bright i love you so much you deserved more than you got you deserved to be famous you had so many dreams that you have accomplished so much of them everybody loves you

 

 

Jess and Sharon Rogers posted on 8/25/18

Lots of fond memories with Wanda and Andy back in the 'burg as well as Spfld. So very sorry for your loss.

 

Bonnie Hayes posted on 8/25/18

My deepest sympathy for the loss of your brother. My prayers are with you and your family.

 

Fran Ryan posted on 8/25/18

Sorry about your mother, Kim. She can be happy with your Dad now and maybe Mick is saying "hello" to both of them. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Rich and Mary Ann Morris posted on 8/25/18

Ray was an excellent craftsman. We so appreciate getting to know this wonderful man. Our deepest sympathy to the family.

 

Dave and Nancy Boden posted on 8/24/18

Dave was a good man and We enjoyed living across the street from him.

 

Shirley L Mitchell posted on 8/23/18

Fern and Bill were like aunt and uncle to the 3 girls of Lynn and Janice Richards of Illinois originally. I remember when they came to Houston Tx to visit my mom and dad and they introduced me to General Foods instant flavored coffee. But when we still lived in Illinois ,we went to their house and me and my twin at age of about 4yrs old got ahold of and alcohol beverage that the grown ups were having and we were trying to get on a swingset and just couldnt stay on our feet to do so,i think of that often. Fern and Bill were sweet loving people,their often thought of and always brings a smile to our face.

 

Kathryn Hobbs posted on 8/23/18

Betty & All the Children, I'm SO Sorry for your Loss & Thank you SOOO MUCH for Sharing this incredible man with us...You're in my Prayers & in my Heart...I Love You!!

 

 

James and Kim's Strickland posted on 8/23/18

I'm so sorry Willie and Brenda for your loss

 

Tom Murgatroyd posted on 8/22/18

Kim, and all of the family, condolences to you on your mother’s passing.

 

Anne McClane posted on 8/21/18

Patsy was our neighbor and loved on us and our kids. We will miss her!

 

Patricia Dilley posted on 8/21/18

Patsy was a sweet lady, she was my Mom's good friend at Montvale. We had many lovely conversations when I sat with them. She will truly be missed. Enjoy Heaven dear lady in purple. :)

 

 

Sandra Soreano posted on 8/20/18

In memory of earlier times...rest in peace

 

Donna Holesinger posted on 8/20/18

Dee was such fun - so full of life and spirit. We will miss her and Uncle Harry both very much. Rick (nephew) & Donna Holesinger

 

mike and barb lucas posted on 8/20/18

Linda, your mom was one sweet little lady who had a great family. you all are in our prayers.

 

Bill & Marilyn Franklin posted on 8/20/18

We are so sorry for your loss. Keeping your family in our thoughts & prayers. Such a wonderful lady.

 

 

Venetia (Weiler) Schnapp posted on 8/20/18

Kelly, Rick and the entire family, Your Mom was one of the sweetest ladies I have ever known. I had such love and respect for her. She did so much for me over the years, she was my Aunt since I was about 10 years old, then after I married Kenny, I called her my "double Aunt"! (which made her even more special to me). I will miss her greatly, as I know all of you (and everyone who knew her) will too... May our memories give us peace. God truly has another Angel in Heaven.

 

Bill Johnson posted on 8/20/18

Rick and family, your Mom was always super friendly and cheerful toward our family. I always looked forward to talking to her while doing paper route duties. She will be missed.

 

 

MG (ret) Donald and Barbara Lynn posted on 8/19/18

Our deepest and most sincere condolences to Dee's family and friends. She was admired as the First Lady of the Illinois National Guard and always a good friend to all. Our memories are very special and we are grateful to have had her in our lives.

 

April Smith & Doug Wilson posted on 8/19/18

Rick, Doug and I are so very sorry for your loss. Peace to you during this time.

 

Dee easley posted on 8/19/18

Dee was a very special lady, always a smile on her face!! We bowled together for many years and her daughter is still a great friend!! So sorry for your loss .

 

 

Diane Einheuser posted on 8/18/18

I will always remember Patsy at Bunco ! So sorry for Family & Friends loss . RIP Patsy

 

 

Dean & Regina posted on 8/18/18

Our most sincere thoughts & deepest prayers are with you all. What a great lady. She will be missed by so many.

 

 

Mary Kay Sinclair & Mary Howard posted on 8/18/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time.

 

David and Marsha Budz posted on 8/18/18

We will always remember Patsy's sweet smile! She was a lovely person and a wonderful Mom and grandmother. She will be greatly missed by everyone who knew her.

 

Fred and Shari Stillwagon posted on 8/17/18

Mike, Pat, We are so sorry to hear this. Our condolences to you and your family on the passing of your younger brother Dan. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Gina M. posted on 8/17/18

This is my beautiful Aunt. Her departure is a glorious day for her, but sad day for all of us left behind. I love you, Aunt B. Thank you for everything and being such a rich part of our time on Earth.

 

Rich and Lindsey High posted on 8/17/18

Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

Suzie Rothenberg posted on 8/16/18

Joey and family, My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this very sad time. Cherish and remember all the fun times you had as a family. Worked with your dad at IDOA and we had some great times, also remember you coming to the office after school.

 

Jim and Sandy Griffin posted on 8/16/18

Gary and Tara, our thoughts are with you. Your Dad raised a great cook!

 

Darrell posted on 8/16/18

Rip shane

 

Joyce Beecroft Arndt posted on 8/15/18

So sorry to hear this. Dan was my cousin Mikes son making him my second cousin Do wish I could be there but at 81 a trip from Virginia is to long. My prayers and love to his family.

 

 

Molly Kelso posted on 8/15/18

If love could have saved you you would have lived for ever uncle Jim I remember the christmas party's with grandma and grandpa Kelso and my Kelso family i love and miss you.

 

Molly posted on 8/15/18

I'm going to miss you terribly and love will last for ever love your nice Molly Anne Kelso.

 

Pam Selinger Weisenborn posted on 8/15/18

Gary, Tara and family, I am sorry to read about the loss of your Father. May God give you strength and comfort during this difficult time.

 

Pam Selinger Weisenborn posted on 8/15/18

Mike, Pat and Family, I am saddened to learn of your loss of Danny. He was always pleasant to run into...and, yes, there was always a story that would make anyone chuckle. I pray that God’s strength will ease your heavy hearts.

 

 

Nanette Sorrell posted on 8/14/18

A great lady we use to babysit for when the boys were young. Jerry you and your sons are in our thoughts and prayers. Patty Rhodes Nanette Rhodes Sorrell

 

Bridget Bryant posted on 8/14/18

I was lucky enough to work with Bev at ISBE for many years. She was a very special person who dearly loved her family.

 

 

Carol Curto posted on 8/14/18

So Sorry to hear about Bev's passing. She was a very sweet lady. Worked at ISBE for a lot of years. She will be missed.

 

 

Marsha and Andy Gordon posted on 8/14/18

Dan was such a cute and funny kid at Little Flower School. As it turned out, Dan and my husband worked their first jobs at Holiday Inn East. Regret we didn’t run into each other in later years. I’m glad we got to play Words With Friends this past year. He was unbeatable. Our condolences to Joe and Jodelle, Mike and Pat Tavine, and family.

 

Donald Kunzweiler posted on 8/14/18

Barbara, I worked closely with Don for many years at the Air Guard. I know he was a dedicated professional and devoted to his family. I'm sure "the angels came to greet him and led him to paradise". My sincere sympathy.

 

Matt Bretz posted on 8/14/18

My Godfather, “Uncle Dan”, had such a kind and gentle soul. He always made our family laugh so hard we cried every time we got together. He cared so much for others and would do anything he could for you. Joe, I am going to miss your dad so much and cherish all of the fun times we had together. Rest In Peace, Uncle Dan. Love, Matt Bretz

 

David P Ballweg posted on 8/13/18

Barb, I was very sad to hear of Donald’s passing. Every conversation I had with him was always filled with great insight. I don’t think Donald really knew the extent he cheered up my dad in his later years. When Donald was coming to visit, it was all he could talk about. Debbie and my thoughts and prayers are with you and the kids and everyone that is suffering Donald’s passing.

 

Robert Hofstetter Jr posted on 8/13/18

Brad and Family, just came across this news, so very sorry for the loss of your brother, father, uncle.... Grace and Peace to you all.

 

Robert Hofstetter Jr posted on 8/13/18

Brad and Family, just came across this news, so very sorry for the loss of your brother, father, uncle.... Grace and Peace to you all.

 

Megan Donaldson posted on 8/13/18

I will always remember Aunt Joyce’s smiling blue eyes. As a child, I always looked forward to Thanksgiving at Aunt Joyce and Uncle Norman’s, it was always a great time. Sending love and prayers

 

Mike Dehen posted on 8/13/18

Tom - very sorry to hear about cousin Leo. Hope you are doing Ok, sorry I can't be there for the memorial and service. You have our sympathy and prayers.

 

John Patrick Fleischacker posted on 8/12/18

My thoughts are with you during this difficult time. May your father rest in peace.

 

Patti Hankins posted on 8/12/18

Prayers for you. Patti Hankins (family of retired 183rd member)

 

Hank & Susan posted on 8/12/18

Please accept our sincere condolences on the passing of Martha. While we also share in your sorrow, we also take much comfort in knowing that Martha is with our Lord in heaven. All of you are in our thoughts and prayers during this time of deep sorrow. May you look to our Lord for comfort and strength in your time of deep sorrow.

 

Jim Cribbett posted on 8/12/18

Barbra and family. I am so sorry for your loss. I served in the 170th with Don in 1966 down the hall from him when We was in the hanger. I was a weekender but ran into him often on Guard weekends. He was a great guy. I have some great memories of him. You all will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Susan Full posted on 8/12/18

Please accept my condolences on your loss. Joyce was my supervising teacher when I student-taught at Fairview Elementary. She was an excellent mentor, providing patience and encouragement to her small students and to me, as well. What a legacy she left!

 

 

Jeannette Milbrandt posted on 8/12/18

Family member of the 183rd. RIP Don.

 

CAROLYN& RICHARD WORKS posted on 8/11/18

So sorry for your loss,our condolences to your family and friends. The Works Family

 

CAROLYN& RICHARD WORKS posted on 8/11/18

So sorry for your loss,our condolences to your family & friends.

 

Andy Homa posted on 8/11/18

Leo was a classmate of mine at CBHS and later at the U of I in Champaign. Also when I was married 57 years ago he was one of our ushers. I extend my sympathy to the family and will include Leo in my prayers.

 

Michael and Jennifer Howie posted on 8/11/18

So very sorry for your loss, many prayers for comfort and peace during this difficult time. Wishing all your memories of Evan bring you laughter and a smile to your face.

 

 

Amber King posted on 8/10/18

I am so sorry for your loss. No words can explain how you are feeling right now.

 

 

Missy & Paul Garrett posted on 8/10/18

Love & Prayers

 

Tricia McDonal posted on 8/10/18

I’m so thankful to have known the real Martha Stewart. Such a wonderful woman, Christian, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She is an amazing example of a life well lived in service to the Lord. I know she will be missed by a multitude of people. My love and prayers to the entire Stewart Family.

 

 

Bonnie Lynch posted on 8/10/18

Prayers to The family.

 

Mary von Liski posted on 8/10/18

Heartfelt sympathy, caring thoughts, prayers. Lena was quite spunky and entertaining when I would visit with her and Mom at Lewis!!!! Wishing the family: a song in your hearts; a rainbow after the rain; sunshine after the clouds; faith; peace; treasured memories.

 

Deanna (Hilliard) Carter posted on 8/10/18

Abbe and knew each other through our school years. She was dear friend and kind person. My thoughts and prayers are with her family at this difficult time

 

April Johnson posted on 8/10/18

I would like to send out my condolences to all of his loving family my heart is melting to pieces he was so lovable and I know our son would have been too hi my name is April and I lost our son and we lost contact. I'm just know finding out he is also gone.

 

Diane Lauterbach posted on 8/9/18

Valarie and family, please know how sorry I am for your loss and that my thoughts are prayers are with you. I know there are no words that can be said that can fill the void that has happened in your life but your family and friends will be there to help you through this, let them be there for you.

 

Ruth Andrews posted on 8/9/18

So sorry for the loss of such a bright light in your life. May you find the strength to guide you through this difficult time.

 

Mark & MIchelle Gatons posted on 8/9/18

Paula & Terry so sorry for you and your family's loss. Keeping you close to our hearts.

 

 

Tina Jennings posted on 8/9/18

A beautiful soul that will be greatly missed

 

Pete and Kendra Deane posted on 8/9/18

Words can't express how saddened we are to hear of your loss. Our sincere sympathies to you and your family.

 

Erika Tibbs posted on 8/9/18

Many thoughts and prayers for you and your family.

 

Cathy Weaver posted on 8/9/18

Our deepest sympathy to all Abbe's family on her passing. Hope for their peace and comfort in knowing she is free of her earthy troubles. May she soar the heavens, free of pain and with a joyous spirit.

 

Angela (Galus) Clarke posted on 8/9/18

I attended school with Abbe in Marion. She was my first new friend at Marion Jr High. Her kind and wonderful spirit drew me to her. We did a science project together and won first prize, we were so excited. I will always remember her smile and how she lit up a room wherever she was. I am so very sorry for your loss, but she will have heavens family, happy, secure and make sure everyone there is lifted up with her generous spirit.

 

Angela Lopez posted on 8/9/18

Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

 

PHILLIP SHADID posted on 8/9/18

Very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Jerry Hirstein posted on 8/8/18

Ollie and family, Out thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. The Hirstein family

 

Kenneth & Lidiette Hammond posted on 8/8/18

Dear Mickie, Sam and family, You have our deepest sympathy for the loss of Frank. We knew Frank through the local AARP Chapter. He always had a smile. We appreciated his leading us in the Pledge and prayer. He always wanted us to 'Smile' and "Aren't you glad you came today." We will truly miss his presence at the meetings.

 

 

Joyce, Jamie, Jana, Jenell, Jill posted on 8/8/18

So a wonderful woman!! Fly High you will be missed a lot of memories with you

 

Debra Von Behren posted on 8/8/18

Charlotte I am so sorry to hear the passing of your mother. Prayers to you and your family. Deb & Kaitlyn Von Behren

 

sandra grissom posted on 8/8/18

it has been a long time since I have seen you, but you were always in my heart.

 

Mary Hartlaub posted on 8/8/18

Dave....My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this sad time. My deepest sympathy to all and may all the wonderful memories you have of Abbe help you through this time.

 

Tara B posted on 8/8/18

I was so sorry to hear of Mrs. Kane's passing. We had many fond memories of Mrs. Kane and her sweet care to the kids at NBE. Many a teeth did she pull for my two kiddos while at school! We will be praying for the Kane family during this time.

 

Dulany and Pat (Saladino) Sriner posted on 8/8/18

Dear "Mickie", Sam and family, We are so sorry for your loss. Frank was a wonderful friend and neighbor. He will be missed by who knew him. But now he is in God's Hands and with his love of his life, Eva. When we held our neighborhood block parties, Frank would always lead off the parade carrying the flag with great pride. I can still see him carrying that flag. I wish I had a photograph of him having that honor.

 

 

Diane Einheuser posted on 8/7/18

Love to all of My Family & Exstended Family ! RIP Bonnie

 

Joe, Renee, Brandon, & Travis Stewart, Rachael & David Johnson posted on 8/7/18

Charlie will be greatly missed, he was such a great man and a joy to be around. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers during this time.

 

Renee Midgett posted on 8/7/18

Sorry for you loss. Abbe was a sweet and kind person I had the pleasure working with her a Bays and being in the her wedding . sending prayers for this difficult time

 

Jennie Williams posted on 8/7/18

The memories we had at Southeast will last a life time...Me ,you,Day,and Filler..thefun never stopped..we were young but we had fun...I just found you recently and now I have lost you again..I will see my friend again ...until then the memories will stay alive in my heart...Love you girl and see ya soon

 

Mary von Liski posted on 8/7/18

Heartfelt sympathy, caring thoughts, prayers. Brandon always enjoyed working with Aleasa at the SPARC Work Center!!! Wishing the family a rainbow after the rain; peace; cherished memories.

 

Karen Hope posted on 8/7/18

Rest in peace

 

Carol Swettman posted on 8/7/18

Rose Yarko-Lazerri's memory reminded me of this one: a handmade placemat at the beginning of the school year so kindergarten kiddos could find their "spot" in the lunch room. R.I.P. dear Abbe.

 

 

George O'Donnell posted on 8/7/18

You where a mother to more of us (kids) than you ever could of had yourself and helped to shape and mold us all into what we have become. We will always remember what you did for us and the love that you showed us all. You will be missed and never forgotten. The smiley faces that you loved so much now smile on the memory's that you have provided us with and they will last well beyond one life time. May you now rest in eternal peace as the lord smiles upon your face as you great him at his gate. With all the love you gave, it will be hard for a lot of people not to have you around to talk to but we know you will always be smiling down on us all. Sleep well MOM #2. :)

 

 

Rose Yarko-Lazzeri posted on 8/7/18

A Christmas apple ornament for every child, every year with their name personally printed on it.

 

Marilyn and Bob Stefan posted on 8/7/18

So sorry for your family. Praying for you during this time for peace and comfort.

 

Patricia McLaughlin posted on 8/6/18

We are so sad for your family. Mack and I send our sincere sympathy.

 

Lewis Allen Williams posted on 8/6/18

I have a lot of good memories of Charlie from many years ago in school, church and his dad's garage. So sad to hear of his passing. My thoughts and prayers go to Sandy and the family.

 

Rick Duffy posted on 8/6/18

Dee and I were so sad to hear about Aunt Bonnie. We are thinking and praying of you Bill, Angie, John and Billy.

 

Christine (Forgas)Parker posted on 8/6/18

Brad and family...I'm so sorry to hear of your brothers passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

Joanie (Caselton) Rogers posted on 8/6/18

Brad and family.....I am so sorry to read about the loss of your brother. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

 

Joella teufel posted on 8/6/18

What a wonderful woman. Sadly missed

 

Kathy (Williams) Dunn posted on 8/6/18

Love and prayers for the Tackett family.

 

Peggy posted on 8/6/18

David and girls We are so sorry for the loss of you beloved wife and mother. May your hearts be comforted by memories of your time together in the past. Peggy Cerny Cuvala

 

Helen (Harre) Holman posted on 8/6/18

My deepest sympathy to all of the family. Remember him from church and school and that he was a member of a wonderful loving family

 

Reva Montalbano posted on 8/6/18

Condolences to the Montalbano family. Uncle Frank was a funny sweet guy. I remember his poems/sayings he would write!

 

Chuck & Susan Hurliman posted on 8/6/18

We have fond memories of you & Charlie at Christ Lutheran. Sending caring thoughts.

 

deannahovious44@gmail.com posted on 8/5/18

So sorry to hear of your loss. Charles and I went to school together for 12 years. Prayers for all the Tackett family

 

Mary Ellen and Dick Dean posted on 8/5/18

So sorry to read of Charlie's passing. Our deepest sympathy to you and all of your family, Sandy. Thoughts and prayers to all.

 

Karen Wavering posted on 8/5/18

Sandy & family my deepest sympathy to you and RIP Charlie!

 

Fred and Deb Lawson Hahn posted on 8/5/18

To all of the Montalbano family we are truly sorry for your loss. May your memories help you through this difficult time.

 

George Fitchner posted on 8/5/18

Sandy and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I love you and Charlie very much.

 

Jim Stapleton posted on 8/5/18

He was a kind man. Not to mention a diehard Cardinal fan who followed every game on his transistor as he walked his dog in the evenings. We were lucky to have him as a neighbor

 

 

Deb Earleywine posted on 8/5/18

Carol, Todd and Family- I'm so sorry for the the loss of Diane. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

 

robert duvall posted on 8/5/18

very sad to hear of his passing. lee and worked with him for years at IBT. good man gone

 

Mark Montalbano posted on 8/5/18

Going to miss you Uncle Frank, rest in peace.

 

Nancy L. Harre Pryor posted on 8/5/18

Charlie and I were raised in the same small town. He was the second born and so was I we had to struggle to keep up with our older brothers. He was always busy and could tell jokes with the best of them. You have my sympathy.

 

Jim Foster posted on 8/5/18

Sorry to hear of Charlie's passing. My condolences to the family.

 

Larry & Deedee Mize posted on 8/5/18

Sandy, Amy & family we send our deepest condolences in the loss of your husband, father & family member. May he Rest In Peace in God’s Holy Kingdom

 

Larry & Deedee Mize posted on 8/5/18

Sandy & Amy and family sending our deepest condolences in the loss of your husband, father & family member. May he Rest In Peace in God’s Holy Kingdom.

 

 

Deanna Sheppard posted on 8/5/18

R.I.P. Aunt Bonnie, I love you and I will always cherish the memories with My family when I was growing up with You, Mom & Aunt Pat

 

Bill and Deanna Marvin posted on 8/5/18

Sandy, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

 

 

Amanda posted on 8/4/18

Love and miss you so much already grandma... Praying for everyone who loved her!

 

 

Dianna Rutherford posted on 8/4/18

Rest in peace my dear friend. You will be missed. We had so many good times and memories.

 

Sandra Sanders posted on 8/4/18

My prayers are with you Carol and your family. R.I.P. Diane.

 

Bonnie McLaughlin posted on 8/4/18

Carol sending prayers to you and your family

 

 

MeMe Fort posted on 8/4/18

My condolences & prayers goes out to the family! I love u ~ Diane & may u rest in peace!

 

Darlene Rumble posted on 8/3/18

Sorry for the loss of your mother. I worked with her at the clinic in data processing.

 

Roxane Lehmann posted on 8/1/18

Peg Herman was a lifelong friend to my mother, and she was “Aunt Peg” to my siblings and me. I will always remember her quick smile, soft chuckle, agile mind, tailored outfits – and most of all her delight in thoughtful conversation and her love for well-written books. I will always be grateful that my mother had such a special friend and that she shared her friend with my siblings and me.

 

Paula Moore posted on 8/1/18

Dear LuAnn, Keith and I are so sorry for the loss of your mother. We are out of town and I just saw this on FB. Our sincere sympathy to you and your family. Paula Moore

 

Sheila Presbrey posted on 7/31/18

All of us at Famous Salon wish to extend our deepest sympathy to Mary Jo and family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you

 

Kee posted on 7/31/18

To the family, Please accept my condolences on the loss of your loved one. Words can not express the pain an heartache you are feeling,but please know that God hears your prayer for help and comforts the brokenhearted. (Psalms 34:15,18; 2 Corinthians 1:3,4). I hope you can gain the needed comfort from those words.

 

Maria Allen posted on 7/31/18

I'm gonna miss her for sure.She is like a grandmother to me..Im gonna miss the evening talk with her before bed and her advices and she never get tired of listening to me.She always say I have spare bedroom fresh linen if I want to spend the night. I love her so much.She is Very sweet Special Lady. I have alot of story that i will treasure and keep in my heart forever. She always talk about how lucky she have amazing family.How blessed to be able to hold Lucy and she is very proud of all her grandkids.. Condolences to MissEmma's family

 

Judy Fliege posted on 7/31/18

I was so sorry to learn of your mother's passing. She was a lovely lady and so kind. I had planned to be at the visitation and funeral tonight but was taking care of my husband who just had a total knee replacement. The last time I remember seeing your mom was several years ago. It was the year before my aunt, Alberta Whitcomb passed and she was living at Hollybrook in Chatham. Sandra you took your mom out to see her. She was so happy to see her and they had a wonderful visit. May God bless you all.

 

Dr. Donald Armitage posted on 7/31/18

We extend to all of Emma's family our condolences as they deal with her death. We will keep you in our prayers, and trust that our God who made us and loves us all will guard, guide, and keep you in the days and months ahead. Grace and peace Don (and Mary) Armitage - Emma's nephew

 

Jo Oliver posted on 7/30/18

So sorry for your loss.  During this difficult time, find comfort in God's thrilling promise found at Revelation 21: 3, 4 to soon wipe out every tear from our eyes, for death to be no more , and no more pain these things will be done away.  Knowing this promise I hope wiil give you the strength to endure. 

 

Eryn Krueger posted on 7/30/18

So very sorry for your loss.

 

Kathleen Corrigan posted on 7/30/18

Margaret was kind and a gentle person. I worked at the the Library. She was always helpful and willing to tpass on her knowledge. i will think of her fondly. My condolences to the family.

 

Bonnie, Julie & Ellen posted on 7/30/18

We are so sorry for your loss. You will continue to be in our prayers. Emma was a very special lady, and she will be greatly missed. With sympathy and love,

 

Mike Stead posted on 7/30/18

I first met Jim in 1986 when I began working at the ICC. Jim always had a smile on his face and a good thing to say about everyone. He was a good man and an inspiration.

 

Barbara Fuhrwerk posted on 7/30/18

Margaret was a dear friend who shared her life joys and sorrows freely. She loved her niece and nephews and their children, sharing their photos and cards. Besides chocolate, Margaret had few wishes. She was kind to all.

 

John Spalding posted on 7/29/18

Monday night bowling will not be the same without him. God speed.....

 

John Spalding posted on 7/29/18

Monday night bowling will not be the same without him....God speed.

 

Kelli Pachlhfoer posted on 7/29/18

Words could never put into words the loss I feel.with Linda's passing. Linda was one of my newer friends. She was so understanding. compassionate and fun. I was lucky enough to visit with her recently and again she was an inspiration with a hopeful and happy demeanor even while ill. Jim. I am sorry I am out of state and unable to be with you, your sons, and granddaughter this week. You were all ao special to her. Jim., one thing is absolutely FOR SURE -she died knowing you loved her to the fullest extent possible. Your love and concern and devotion shinned brightly! I am SO pleased Linda was able to see her window treatments....I just wish she could have enjoyed them longer. Please hug Riley for me. I will be anxious to see you both after I return on 10th. I am praying!!!

 

Steph & Val Hauer posted on 7/29/18

GET A BOWL.GET A BOWL.GET A BOWL.GET A BOWL.

 

Lisa Bartolazzi posted on 7/29/18

Sorry for your loss

 

 

Anita & John Priester posted on 7/29/18

LouAnn & Dave -- I'm so sorry for the loss of your Mom. Please know that we will be thinking of you in the days ahead. I wish we were in Springfield that we could be there for you on Monday. I remember your Mom always being so sweet, putting up with us going in and out of her house when we were in college.

 

Jean Blickenstaff posted on 7/29/18

Emma was a beautiful loving friend. We shared a love of family, and I will miss her being there so much. She had smiles and hugs for everyone. The wonderful memories that we shared are a gift I will always treasure.

 

Don and Karen Winch posted on 7/28/18

Our love and prayers go out for Jimmy and the family. We have good memories of growing up together, school and church youth group. We are so glad we were able to see you both last November.

 

Kiandra Crosnoe posted on 7/28/18

Praying for the Collins family. I’m so sorry for Your Wife, Mom, and Grandmother. Aunt She will be miss dearly!!

 

Pat Creviston posted on 7/27/18

I will always cherish the fact that Jim was my brother-in-law. He had such a zest & joy for life. I will never forget his laugh. He brought joy & fun to the whole family. I will always marvel at the legacy of his family that he leaves behind. Rest In Peace dear brother-in-law...Pat #2

 

John ( JJ) Johnson posted on 7/26/18

Sincere condolences to family. I had the pleasure of working with Crevy in STARC years ago and have very fond memories of our time together. A true soldier / patriot through and through. Very hard to lose a good friend.

 

Martha barron posted on 7/25/18

My prayers to the family Sorry for ur loss Paula white and family

 

CW3 (Ret) Phillip Mullins posted on 7/25/18

Rest-In-Peace SGM Creviston. It was an honor to serve with you. My condolences go out to your family.

 

Mark Kufahl posted on 7/25/18

The passing of Sergeant Major James R. Creviston has taken a part of my heart with him. He is a man I loved as my own father. My prayers are with you. May God keep you all.

 

Pam posted on 7/25/18

Pam I’m praying for you and your family. May God give all of you the strength to deal with your time of mourning.

 

Marilyn & Bill Franklin posted on 7/24/18

We are so sorry for your loss. Keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Linda De Hart posted on 7/24/18

Thinking of you Mom, I still miss you .

 

Donna Mulcahy posted on 7/20/18

Jo and Doc were meant for each other. They raised a wonderful daughter, Paula whose is married to my brother. They enjoyed so many activities together. And I remember Jo always having a smile on her face when she saw her friends. Jo will be missed but she is up in heaven now watching over all of us.

 

Joe Love posted on 7/20/18

Jo and my mother Beverly were great friends as kids. My mother always spoke highly of Jo and smiled when she would talk of the fun they had together in "the good old days". I'm glad I was able to meet the woman my mother thought so highly of, I was named after her. My condolences to the Doc, Paula and the rest of the family for you loss. At Jo Ann's request, I've made a donation to St. Jude's Children's Hospital in lieu of flowers.

 

Suzanne Stephens posted on 7/20/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you Doc and loved ones. Our South Fork days were some of the happiest, fun days I've ever had. RIP Jo. Dancing with the angels now.

 

Buck Hesse posted on 7/20/18

RIP Buddy

 

Denny Power posted on 7/20/18

Linda,Kent and kids so sorry for your loss butch was a great guy and friend my condolences and prayer are with all of you and I’m sorry I will be out of town and mis hi service God Bess you all Denny

 

Kent and Sheila Meiers posted on 7/19/18

Doc, Paula and family, So very sorry to learn of Jo's passing. Lots of good memories with her. We will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Donna J Meyers posted on 7/19/18

Doc, I am shocked. Think of you both often every time I hear a country song we all would dance to. She was a special lady. Prayers going up for you and your family. She is an angel now and is dancing in Heaven.

 

 

Jim and Deb Rodden posted on 7/19/18

We are so sorry for the loss of our friend. We will miss her so much. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

 

Patty Tobias Rolleri posted on 7/19/18

Barb, Kathy, and Sue, so sorry to hear about your mom. I spent a lot of time at your house growing up and have fond memories of your mom and dad. Not sure how your mom put up with Barb and I and our shenanigans! She always did, though, and I always felt welcome. She was a good country cook too. Know that I am thinking about you.

 

phil deverman posted on 7/18/18

phillipdeverman5203@comcast.net

 

Bill (brother), Carol (niece), Amy, Patrick & Joanna (great nieces and nephew). Ethan, Alex and Emily (great-great's) posted on 7/18/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Krell family as you celebrate Sarah's life. We hold each of you in our hearts.

 

Carol Komitor posted on 7/18/18

My favorite memory (and there were many favorites) of Aunt Sarah was during a two minute conversation in my driveway, 5-6 years ago. Sarah's words were to the point, loving and empowering. She changed my life that day!!! I love her dearly.

 

Heather Osborn posted on 7/18/18

Sorry for your loss our thoughts and prayers are with you at this hard time

 

Rusty & Brenda Brammer posted on 7/18/18

I just heard of Petie's passing. We have been out of town. Our deepest condolences to the Moss family. Cherish your memories.

 

Jim De Von posted on 7/17/18

Prayers for Ray's family. I knew Ray growing up in our neighborhood. I lived on Percy Ave and he called me Jimmy and I called him Radie. I saw Ray 3 months ago at the VFW and talked with him for about 40 minutes. We had a very nice talk and wanted to go by his house but hadn't made it. Always enjoyed talking to Ray, he was a good guy and may he Rest in Peace. Bless you all! Jim DeVon of Virden.

 

Robert Partridge posted on 7/17/18

Aunt Marilyn will always be in my heart and mind, back when I was just a little boy we held a special bond when I stayed with her after surgery I had. Later in life we also shared a few beers together at one of the Lake Chicken fries! Love ya Aunt Marilyn! Bob

 

 

Trisha Lind posted on 7/16/18

Thoughts and prayers for Ray's family.

 

Peggy Peterson posted on 7/16/18

Sam, Regina and family so sorry for your loss.

 

Vickie Williams posted on 7/16/18

Lesli & family: We were sad to hear of Ray’s passing. We met him several years ago through a mutual friend, Marilyn Capranica. He was a great guy and we always enjoyed seeing him. When both he and my dad were at the Villa in Sherman, he looked out for dad and kept him company. I will always be grateful for his kindness. He will be sadly missed. With sympathy, Jerry and Vickie Williams

 

Vickie Williams posted on 7/16/18

To Tim’s family: We are so sorry to hear of Tim’s passing. We have been friends for many years and have great memories of times spent with him and Bev. We also cherish the artwork he gifted as over the years in pictures and home-made greeting cards. Remembering Tim with fondness and sympathy- Jerry and Vickie Williams

 

Rebecca "Becky" J. (Woodworth) Smith posted on 7/15/18

Patty and family: Even though miles have separated our families for years, our thoughts and prayers are with each of you. Hold your thoughts close to the wonderful lifetime of memories that you have with C.L. We will see you in Springfield, IL on Monday. Love from Uncle Marshall (Woodworth), Mark and Cousin Becky (Woodworth) Smith

 

 

Sara Kay Ruebling posted on 7/15/18

Will miss you, but am glad you will be with some beloved family and no more suffering. RIP MY FRIEND

 

Carolyn Hughes posted on 7/15/18

What a wonderful person will be greatly missed

 

Vicki Miller posted on 7/15/18

R.I.P. CL

 

sam valenti posted on 7/15/18

He was a good guy and friend he will be missed.

 

 

rex and sharon gardner posted on 7/14/18

you will always be a candle in out hearts your in gods arms now

 

Pat Bolt posted on 7/14/18

So very sorry to hear of the loss of Marie. She attended St. Louise de Marillac meetings regularly which was how I got to know, such a nice lady. I actually have one of her paintings which I will treasure.

 

Kelly Jackson posted on 7/14/18

So sorry for your loss! Your mother was a wonderful person! She always brought a smile to my face! Prayers are going out to each of you! Love you all!

 

Constance Wright posted on 7/13/18

Deeply saddened to learn of Liz's passing. I received two LIHTC certifications as well as taken many of her online webinars. She was my go-to for compliance answers. She will be sorely missed as she had made her mark in the affordable housing industry. Her name is synonymous with LIHTC. My deepest condolences to Liz's family.

 

Cassie McMeen posted on 7/12/18

RIP, Petey! You lived a long and loving life! You made a legacy out of yourself. I’m so thankful I had the chance to meet you and know you! I know you’re up in Heaven, with Jug (my Papa) and you’re laughing like crazy and catching up with each other. You’ll be missed, more than you’ll ever know. Rest In Paradise!

 

Gary l Bramblett posted on 7/12/18

Rip Petey you were a straight up dude

 

Fred and Jessie Baskett posted on 7/11/18

Dorothy and Charles are in our thoughts today. I worked with Dorothy in 1960-61 at Horace Mann. I was a young 20 year old that needed someone to give me good advice. Dorothy accepted the challenge and we became good friends. She and I discussed our families and especially Bill and Jim. I remember she and Mabel Myers were close friends and they and husbands enjoyed life in those days. As I moved on in my career paths at Horace Mann, I lost contact with both, but still have fond memories of Dorothy. She always enjoyed our visit to the Walnut residence where she shared iris bulbs with Jessie and enjoyed those two good-looking kids of ours. She was good woman. God bless. Fred and Jessie

 

 

Lindsey Reynolds posted on 7/11/18

May u rest in peace Pete Moss..

 

Jesse Bushnell posted on 7/11/18

Pete it's been a long time since I visited you. You left this world way too early. You will be missed by all. My heart goes out to all the kids & grandkids.

 

 

Annette (Nettie) Sisti posted on 7/11/18

Pete, although we never got to see each other as often as I wanted I remember our childhood memories and your smile, but mostly I will miss your laugh. You have always been there for me when I asked and I only wish there was something I could have done to help you. I’m gonna miss you cousin, this just seems like a bad dream right now. I know from Gods promise the pain is gone and your resting in his embrace now. Your gonna be missed down here by a lot of people. I cry for you now but I rejoice in your turn to join our Lord and Savior. Rest In Peace cousin, I love you.......Nettie

 

Deb Perry posted on 7/11/18

My heart goes out to the Moss family. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Cheryl britz posted on 7/11/18

My heart goes out t the family nd May u RIH Pryor my lifelong friend u will truly b missed

 

Marissia Larson posted on 7/11/18

Love you Uncle Pete you will be missed but never forgotten! Fly high with your angel wings

 

 

Diana Dougherty posted on 7/10/18

Love always Gabby ,Abby and Ayerana Moss

 

 

Kristina Moss posted on 7/10/18

I love you dad more then you will ever know! Rest in paradise Oklen p Moss Jr.

 

Nancy James Ziegler posted on 7/10/18

I'm remembering the fun we had with your dad and mom, Jim. They were special people. Will try to make visitation, but if I can't, I'm sending you condolences knowing this is a difficult time.

 

Richard and Beverly Kiehne posted on 7/10/18

We will always remember the big smile he had for everyone. His hospitality, and friendliness made us always feel so welcome. and we really enjoyed his stories.

 

Caleb & Bethany Martin posted on 7/9/18

I'm so very sorry to hear about the loss of your dad, D. You and the rest of the family are in our hearts and prayers. Love you guys and thinking about you this week.

 

 

Call Keith posted on 7/9/18

I was Dennis's computer tech since 2003, I am sorry to read of his passing.

 

 

Rodell and Donna Carroll posted on 7/9/18

He was one of a kind man. Will miss his stories

 

Sheila A. Albright posted on 7/8/18

When I married Dorothy's son, I asked her how she would like me to call her.....she said, "Mom" was fine and to this day she has been "Mom" to me. Shortly after our marriage my mother became an invalid unable to give me motherly advice as a young wife. Dorothy filled in teaching me cooking, sewing, gardening and providing me with whatever I came to her for. Even after I was no longer her "actual daughter-in-law" Mom and I remained close. So, Mom, thank you for all the advice, love and kindness you showed me. Put on your dancing shoes, I'm sure Dad is waiting to take you dancing once again.

 

Lynda Toth posted on 7/8/18

German Arbelaez answered my call for film crew on what would be my first 16 mm film production. The "shoot" was scheduled to be filmed at Abraham Lincoln's historic New Salem village two miles outside of Petersburg, Illinois. German had no experience in film production. But, with a keen interest in television & radio promotions, he signed on as the public relations contact for my script, THE PREMONITION. This guy turned out to be the real deal. German was a natural communicator. Enthusiastic as "all get out," he became not only the public relations contact for the film, but production manager as well. He helped me find film crew in the community and facilitated many other producing aspects for the project, such as casting & driving exposed film up to Chicago for processing. First thing German did was set up a 30-minute television talk show interview for me at WICS, Channel 20 in Springfield, Illinois. That really spread the word among young people in town that they had a real opportunity to get involved in film making right in their backyard. We soon had many working on the project. Never idle, German started drawing promotion logos and we hadn't even shot a foot of film yet! Yet, that's the kind of enthusiasm it takes to get a film "off the ground." During the actual filming of THE PREMONITION, German was willing to wear many hats and do any job, no matter how hard or difficult. What a time we had shooting during that lovely October autumn in central Illinois. THE PREMONITION, set in the 1860's, tells of a 10 year old boy who loves guns, but kills his beloved grandfather by mistake in a fearful moment during the Civil War. The 17-minute film helped me get into the UCLA Motion Picture Department in Los Angeles and gave German a solid foundation doing artwork for record albums and rock stars in Hollywood. So talented, German Arbelaez really was "one of a kind" and is missed by those who experienced his joy of rock & roll music.

 

Rd. Mary L. W. Midden posted on 7/8/18

I inherited a family of great cousins when I married Charles J. Midden in '53. I particularly had a kind spot for Rita - the workaholic! She recognized talent and helped others achieve their potential while postponing her own dreams. I loved Rita.

 

Mary & Bill Denham posted on 7/7/18

George & Edna were great neighbors. It will be strange not to see George mowing the lawn and out walking the neighborhood, pulling trash cans up to their owner's house and keeping an eye out on the neighborhood. He will be missed.

 

Cherie Stark posted on 7/6/18

So sorry for Aunt Ritas passing. She was a wonderful person. Way back when she ran the Dew chili, she was amazing. I enjoyed the visits with her when I went over to clean for her. I will never forget her. Thoughts and prayers. Cherie Stark Spfld,Il

 

Paul Gould posted on 7/6/18

So sorry for your lose Matt. I’m praying for you and your family.

 

Jennifer Albright posted on 7/6/18

As a very little kid I remember these dinners at the Walnut Street house and the table being so full - of foods I didn't "like." Those foods were from Dorthy's garden - and all foods I really enjoy today. I also remember these shelves of canned food, and days where my mom and Dorthy canned grape jelly (I didn't know what store bought jelly was for a loong time). When I had my first house in New Mexico, I planted this very large garden with so many vegetables. And I remember the first head of broccoli I harvested - I took a picture holding it and sent it to Dorthy because I was so excited to put into use all these things she had shared with me. Tips and tricks for pest control and making pants produce better, etc. And then later I would call her over the years and ask about canning - pickles, peaches, tomatoes - and she would be so tickled that I was doing something for fun that she had done for so long out of necessity or as a way of life. Thanks Grandma for showing me how to take it back to basics and enjoy the fruits of my labors.

 

Hazel (Kitty) Jones-Keating posted on 7/5/18

Dearest Alan was one of the best cousins I could have ever had growing up My PRAYERS and LOVE are with the whole family!

 

Chad & Jessica (Collins) Shanle posted on 7/5/18

Alan was a very genuine and loyal man. Our family will miss him dearly.

 

 

Chuck posted on 7/5/18

One of the most kind-hearted person I have ever known I loved hanging out and talking to him and Matt

 

Mary Jo & Bob Morlee posted on 7/4/18

We are saddened by the passing of Alan who serviced our Furnace for many years. He was a great and pleasant man to know. May he Rest in Peace.

 

Marshall & Roxy Collins posted on 7/3/18

He will be greatly missed by us not only was he a great employee but was part of our family.

 

Mary Vice posted on 7/3/18

Alan was a good guy.funny. he will be missed. I will pray for his family

 

 

Debbie Danner posted on 7/2/18

My prayers and condolences to you and the family. I worked with Michelle at Memorial Hospital. She was such a dear friend she will be missed deeply. But I know that Angel has with her up and took her to his pearly gates of heaven. So sorry I could not make the service we are out of town.

 

Dave Leonatti posted on 7/2/18

Just as Jim Leefers and Barb Trakinat have said, one of the best of the best for the Class of 1973. Always positive, considerate, funny, bright. From a great family. Our heartfelt sympathies to you. It is so, so hard to lose those who exude common human decency and love. God Speed.

 

Greg Wolfe posted on 7/2/18

Jack, sending our heartfelt sympathy and condolences. God bless you and your family during this difficult time. I will always remember your biking expedition in Hawaii! Many great memories that you have to cherish..... take care buddy, Wolfee

 

Jim Leefers posted on 7/2/18

So sorry to hear of Mick's passing. Her and I were classmates. I can still see her sitting across the table from me in kindergarten. We were learning how to tie our shoes and I just wasn't getting it. Mick stared at me and went through the motions with her hands and gave me a look as if to say 'come on, it's easy!'. Every once in a while I still think of her when I tie my shoes. May God hold all of you in His loving arms and give you comfort, strength, peace, and loving memories.

 

Alberta Williams posted on 7/2/18

To William's love ones. Please accept my sincere condolences. Even tho, I know of no words, to rid you of your pain during this most difficult time. May our prayers strengthen us and our memories comfort us. At Isaiah 25:8; 26:19 we look forward to seeing our love ones again as Almighty God, lovingly promises.

 

Jack J Shudrowitz posted on 7/1/18

So sorry to hear about John. We went to high school together. He was my lab partner at Vocational. Great guy and friend. My prayers are with you and family.

 

Jayne Carlock posted on 7/1/18

Dear Jack & family, So sorry to hear about Michelle. I remember her as a sweet, caring coworker all the years we worked together at the dialysis unit. With all my sympathy.

 

John Busciacco posted on 6/29/18

Very sorry to learn of Michelle's passing, I worked with her at SIU and she was a fantastic nurse. May she RIP. Condolences to her husband, children and family.

 

Sue Follis posted on 6/29/18

So sorry to hear we lost another in our family. Although we have not seen much of each other over the years, it is sad to think that John is gone. My condolences to Sheryl and the girls.

 

Barbara Trakinat posted on 6/29/18

Many fond memories with Mick and her family when we were kids. As young kids, there was no better place to be than at the Beasley’s. My heartfelt sympathies go to Mick’s husband and kids. Also to Laurie, Nancy, and Gregg. Remember the good times and know how much Mick was loved by so many.

 

 

Richard Your Son posted on 6/29/18

I Miss you Dad

 

 

Richard Your Son posted on 6/29/18

Love and miss you Dad

 

Mary Theilken Monahan posted on 6/28/18

Johnny and Lisa's house was the home base for all the kids in the neighborhood. Couldn't ask for two better friends and their dear mother always patiently put up with us neighbor kids. My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this sad time.

 

 

David & Denise Boente posted on 6/27/18

Very sorry to hear of your loss.

 

Joe Beveridge posted on 6/27/18

Donna, Sandie, Barb and Theresa and the the family, we are so sorry to hear about Joe. We couldn't make it to the service but know you all are in our thoughts and prayers. Nothing can heal your pain but may the happy memories you all shared give you a little peace and comfort.

 

James Eddington posted on 6/26/18

So sorry for the loss are prayers are with the family

 

Ron Krohse posted on 6/26/18

Stacey, Mary, and Char, I fondly remember when your family watched you girls play softball. May God bless you, strengthen and comfort you. Love, Ron Krohse

 

Lynn & Bob Harbison posted on 6/26/18

Pearl, Tammy and Trooper, just wanted to say how sorry we are about Earl, please accept our deepest sympathy to everyone. I remember Earl's smile when I would wait on him at the Divernon Bank, it has been my priviledge to know each of you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time and in the future. We are so sorry we were not able to attend the visitation.

 

The Deters Family posted on 6/26/18

Our condolences go out to the family. Very sorry to hear of the passing of Earl. He was a good man as you know. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Diana P Weyhenmeyer posted on 6/25/18

Pat was a very strong man I have been lucky to know. Salli your love for him was neat to see. Not many people could do what you did for him. You really cared about him and loved him.

 

S.O. posted on 6/25/18

My condolences to the Besjak family. May the God of all comfort, comfort you at this most difficult time. Jeremiah 29:11

 

David Nudo posted on 6/25/18

My name is David Nudo, I am so sorry about Joe's passing. I worked with him at the railroad.

 

Cathy “McCue” Loyd posted on 6/25/18

So sorry Donna, Sandie, Barb and Theresa. Fond memories of Joe and the Rod N Reel Club. We had a fun childhood. Glad we remained friends as adults. He loved you all so much. Peace to you and your families.

 

 

Terri Ann Schoenrock Zell posted on 6/24/18

Sorry to hear the passing of my friend Joe. Been years since I’ve seen him. May he RIP. Condolences.

 

 

Debbie Bishop posted on 6/24/18

So sorry for your loss

 

 

Debbie Bishop posted on 6/24/18

debbie9764@comcast.net

 

Dick Matthews posted on 6/24/18

Earl always had a joke and smile for me even when his truck was down. I will miss him greatly. I wish his family peace in this difficult time. Rest in Peace my friend.

 

 

Dennis Embree posted on 6/24/18

RIP MY FRIEND BIG JOE!

 

Jerry & Karen Hirstein posted on 6/24/18

Pearl and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

 

Mark Hemp posted on 6/24/18

My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this unexpected times,god bless.I will always remember all the times with joe from our car days and motorcycle riding trips.We go back to the days of cruising mcdonalds and tops big boy to present day car shows.One funny story on Joe was he always called my father whiskers because of his big mustache.Joe you will be missed.God Bless. Mark and Mary

 

Michelle loeser posted on 6/24/18

Duane and family . I am so very sorry for your loss. Avalon was one of the most kind hearted ladies I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing . As her neighbor of many years I will always remember her sitting on the front porch feeding her animal friends .She had an inviting personality and always had a smile on her face and made you feel welcome when visiting . I will miss her very much. My prayers are with you all at this most difficult time.

 

Michelle loeser posted on 6/24/18

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Gary gray posted on 6/23/18

The gray family,...Nancy,,,chuck,,,Gary... our heartfelt condolences for Roy and all the the rest of the family and many friends.

 

Bill & Sue (Davies-) Yoggerst posted on 6/23/18

Rich, we were so sorry to read about Claire's death. You were a very devoted husband to her. Our thoughts are with you,

 

Br Stephen posted on 6/23/18

My prayers for Earl and his family he will be missed

 

sharon white posted on 6/23/18

Gayla, i am so sorry to here of the loss of your mother.

 

Marge posted on 6/23/18

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Marge (Sister) Jones posted on 6/23/18

Marilyn, Remember the trip to Ft. Warren Air Force Base in Wyoming to see Bill ? He was so GLAD to see you ! Love to you and the boys. Love, Sister Marge

 

Dick Matthews and Carrie Smith posted on 6/23/18

You will be missed my buddy. Our prayers go out to your family.

 

Michelle Bentley-Lewman posted on 6/22/18

So very sorry Earl Jr and Tammy to hear of your dad's passing. He was such a kind-hearted man who always made anyone he was around feel like family. One of the nicest people I've ever had the pleasure of knowing. Prayers for your family.

 

Michelle Bentley-Lewman posted on 6/22/18

So very sorry Earl Jr and Tammy to hear of your dad's passing. He was such a kind-hearted man who always made anyone he was around feel like family. One of the nicest people I've ever had the pleasure of knowing. Prayers for your family.

 

Cheryl Britz posted on 6/22/18

Me Cindy n Fred britz Jr used t come t his house when we were youngsters family is what life's all about. You will be missed by many Earl and may u RIH

 

Britz posted on 6/22/18

Me Cindy nd Fred Jr used t come t his house when we were pretty young we had some good times bein with family that's what life's all about. May u RIH Earl

 

Britz posted on 6/22/18

Cheryl

 

Scott Henderson posted on 6/22/18

My condolences on your lost. It was an honor and a privilege to have known your dad. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Feagans Family posted on 6/22/18

So sorry for your loss. Thought and prayers are with you all

 

Bill Tasch posted on 6/22/18

I will miss Grandpa Israel. I remember him as the definition of a good man. In his children he instilled a tireless work ethic, and a sharp wit mixed with a sense of humor. They carry his spirit forward. His son Richard is a major role model in my life. I am grateful for his inspiration to Richard and that I had the opportunity to know his wonderful father.

 

Maureen Bolinger posted on 6/21/18

Sorry for your loss. Your family is in my prayers.

 

Maureen Bolinger posted on 6/21/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Your family is in my prayers.

 

Jodie Edmonds posted on 6/21/18

We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Mary Godman posted on 6/20/18

Our Lord took you home but he took you where you will always have piece. You left a tremendous impact to all that have met you. I will miss visits with you and love you bud. My heart and condolences go to the family.

 

 

Mary Godman posted on 6/20/18

Our Lord took you home where you will forever be in piece. I will miss you and our visits. You have left a tremendous impact to everyone you met. I will miss you and love you, bud. Sincerely, Mary Godman

 

Harriet Hembrough-Dowling posted on 6/19/18

Dear Paul and Kristen, I was so saddened to read about your dear Dad’s passing. He was truly a good man, who loved his family more than he did Cathedral and Griffin HS. I have so many fond memories of Griffin HS, and your Dad and Howard at football games and Booster Club. You and Doug were such good friends Paul, and shared many good times together, thank you for that. I’m also so sorry about your Mom, she was a sweet lady,I didn’t know she had died. I’ve been gone from Spfld. for so many years now, although I do get back often to see Doug’s children and Chris’s as well. I hope you all have peace in knowing your parents are together and in God’s loving care. My deepest condolences. Harriet Hembrough-Dowling

 

david spann posted on 6/19/18

I am sorry for your loss, he was truly a good man that cared about family and friends and the well being of others.

 

Andrea Jarvis posted on 6/18/18

Rest in peace Mrs. Harney. Every time I look across the street I will think of you, and remember us calling each other to find out what was going on in the neighborhood.

 

 

Douglas A Cisko posted on 6/18/18

While I didn't know you that well. I want you to remember that every life you have touched has influenced the future. While we may miss you tremendously we can not deny your from obtaining everlasting peace. God bless Polly and may God hold you in the arms of his hands forever.

 

Lovebug posted on 6/18/18

Happy Father's Day! Still missing You!

 

Jim and Bonnie Drew posted on 6/17/18

Paul and Kristen, your Dad was an awesome guy. Coach and I spent many hours talking kids, basketball and life in general. He was a jewel of our community and all the kids involved in sports. He was so very and extremely proud of you guys. Our sympathy to all your family...he won't be forgotten. Coach Jim and Bonnie Drew

 

Rose Foley-Colwill posted on 6/17/18

Mary so sorry to hear about your brother. I think about you and your family often. My heart and prayers are with your family during this time.

 

Rose Foley-Colwill posted on 6/17/18

rcolwill.rc@gmail.com

 

Tom Cavanagh posted on 6/17/18

I worked with Mike quite a bit when I was county auditor circa 1996-2002. He was just a great guy who did high quality work for the Sangamon County Highway Department. My condolences to the family. Rest in peace my friend.

 

 

Jim Cribbett posted on 6/17/18

To the McMasters family. I am so sorry for your loss. I met Mike some years and really enjoyed our chats. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Andy and Gail Rosales posted on 6/16/18

So sorry to hear of Ken's passing. Gone too soon. Wonderful person, quiet person and good person. Saw a lot of his mother's personality in him. We did not see him much in adult years but enjoyed his company when we did. Will miss him.

 

Sue Hitchcock (JoAnn's sister) posted on 6/15/18

Our Mom used to tell me how JoAnn got her name. Our Dad worked in a shoe store. One day a lady came in with a little girl, and he heard her call the little girl, JoAnn. He liked that name a lot and told our Mom that if it was a girl, he wanted to call her JoAnn. By any name, she was an angel to us all and is now happily residing in Heaven with her beloved Jim.

 

tom grojean posted on 6/15/18

HB and family. I met your dad when he first came to Jax and instantly liked him. he was a character. The smile on his face in the obituary says it all. What a good guy. Sorry for your loss. Best Regards to the family.

 

Teri (Miller) Fleckenstein posted on 6/15/18

Peace of Christ be with you Mary Kay, Sheri, Harry Bill and family(ies)

 

Ralph Hanauer posted on 6/15/18

I was fortunate to spend many a SHG Game with John. Many times he would get a little too close to the field and I would have to say John get back, he would alway come over with that smile and say "I love you buddy" as he shook my hand. He was a great man who cared deeply about his kids and also the kids on the team. God Bless you John "Love You buddy!"

 

VICKI WOLFE posted on 6/15/18

Mary Kay and Sheri, I am so sorry for your family's loss. My prayers are with everyone your Dad loved. I hope you all can soon find peace and comfort in your sweet memories of him. He loved his family dearly.

 

BARBARA JARNES posted on 6/14/18

My Sincere Condolences To Bree and Family

 

Kevin O'Dea posted on 6/13/18

Mrs. Kuharich & Family - I always enjoyed when Marty would come by our radio stations to pick up auction certificates he purchased. He'd always pop in my office and we talked about what else? ND Football and Basketball. I'll miss those conversations. May he rest in peace

 

Gary Carter, Sr. posted on 6/13/18

He was a good friend and a good guy! Had numerous golf trips together. He always found the best wing place wherever we were.

 

MARY HARBISON CNA posted on 6/13/18

SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS ELEANOR ,BRENDA AND SONS HE WILL BE MISSED AND IT WAS GREAT BEING ABLE TO TAKE CARE OF HIM

 

Kathy Cline posted on 6/13/18

My parents were big Notre Dame fans. They always wanted to see Notre Dame play football but tickets back in the 70’s were difficult to get. In 1975 I started a new job with the state. I was introduced to the accountant I would be assisting. His name was Marty Kuharich. Need I say more. My parents got to see Notre Dame play Michigan that fall. Little did I know that I would be working for the greatest Notre Dame fan on the planet. He was a great co-worker and friend. I have an aunt who loved Notre Dame so much her license plates are NDU57. She died on Saturday and will be laid to rest in Calvary Cemetary just shortly after Marty on Thursday. I will think of Marty when they play Notre Dame Our Mother and the Notre Dame fight song at her funeral as they are laying him to rest. My sincere condolences to Joyce, Tony and Michael. I’m sure my aunt and my mom will serenade him with the Fight Song when they meet at the Golden Dome in heaven. Rest In Peace Dear Friend.

 

Steve and Helen Zink posted on 6/12/18

Janet and family, so sorry to hear about Harry. You and your family truly have Helen and my condolence.

 

 

Jim and Trish Ashton posted on 6/12/18

Sympathies to the family

 

Kent Hammond posted on 6/12/18

Joyce Tony Mike I am very sad to hear about Marty's passing please accept Cheryl and my deepest sympathy . It was a great honor to have officiated with Marty for all those years. All of us on the crew always knew Big Mart Man would never let us get into trouble on the field he was a walking rule book. Marty was one of the most respected football officials in the Spfld area and state of Illinois . Marty was a big part of my officiating career . Joyce sorry Cheryl and I are in Florida and will not be back in time of service You and the boys will be in our thoughts and prayers God love ya Kent Dog

 

Debra Cargerman posted on 6/12/18

Janet, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Harry was one of the good guys. His smile and infectious laughter will be missed by many. Michael and Debbie Cargerman

 

Simon Kovalik posted on 6/12/18

I lived on the same floor as Marty in Breen Phillips Hall at Notre Dame from 1967 to 1968. He was the tallest student I had ever seen. He was kind and gentle. He knew ND football. He knew all about every sport. I had not seen him since graduation in 1971. I remember him fondly. I will pray for the repose of his soul. Simon Kovalik.

 

Mary King posted on 6/12/18

I had the pleasure of working with Libby in the court system in Montgomery. I absolutely loved Libby. She was always professional - always prepared. The Earth is missing a sweet soul today. I hope you find peace knowing that she touched so many people in a very lovely way. Hugs to you and your family.

 

Meaghan (Hoey) Shultz posted on 6/12/18

I’m sorry for your loss. Prayers for all of you. Eternal rest, grant unto him, O Lord. And let perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in peace.

 

Toni L Sanders posted on 6/12/18

Dad's and my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.May you find peace in your hearts at this time.God bless your family.

 

Jim Burke posted on 6/12/18

Joyce, Tony, Mike, Please accept our deepest sympathy over Marty’s passing. Notre Dame became our bond..and I always marveled at his deep devotion to the school, it’s sports teams, and more importantly, it’s mission. Fran and I are in Texas, and will be unable to attend the service, but please be mindful of the fact that he will be remembered in our prayers, and when I make a beeline back to the Grotto and light a candle upon our return . God bless.........

 

Steve Galvacky posted on 6/12/18

Marty was my lifelong friend, Notre Dame college roommate and fellow sports freak! We went though a lot together, and I don't think I could have graduated from ND without him. Got to know the Niebrugge family too. Remember Mary Jane, Kate and Pete. Marty and I were in each other's wedding parties, in IL and NJ. Marty, Joyce and I, sometimes with Tony and Michael, met at many ND games over the years, including Sugar Bowl in New Orleans in 1981 and Giants Stadium in New Jersey around 2002. Annual Christmas cards helped us swap the latest sports news. Marty was unique, and fellow students would rib him about his height, flabby belly and the Chicago White Sox, but he never took offense. He was always ready to drive to any away football and basketball game, piling too many students into his Mustang, or to a feast at McDonald's. Marty loved the movies too, and we sat through a few of those together. Plus, he had a nice jump shot and could beat anybody in a game of HORSE. I remember him telling me in 1970 that he'd met the perfect girl in Springfield, and he was so smitten. Joyce could actually tolerate his quirks -- he'd often ramble on and on, in disjointed sentences -- so I think God had chosen them to be a pair. Then He blessed them with two terrific kids. Marty was extremely proud of Tony and Michael, not just because they graduated from ND, but also because they had worked hard and followed their dreams. Marty could be a spoiled brat at times, always wanting to be the guy in charge, yet he cared so deeply about those around him -- just not in an emotional, teary, sentimental way. Maybe because he had been an only child, but he was always connecting with people he didn't know or hardly knew, and they soon became his friends. That's how you become president of your senior class in high school! I was more reserved, so by hanging out with Marty it really expanded my circle of associates, and so I remember some great times with the young men at ND. I regret that I cannot attend the funeral, having other commitments here in FL, but one day I hope to pay my respects in Springfield in person. PS: Love to all the Kuharichs and Niebrugges; I'm doing well and remember you fondly.

 

Steve Galvacky posted on 6/12/18

Marty Kuharich

 

Tony and Anna Marie Reese posted on 6/12/18

HB and family, So very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

 

Michael Stokes posted on 6/12/18

I’m so sorry for all of you to lose him, didn’t know him but if related to HB then I’m sure he was a great man and very kind to all!

 

 

Todd and Roberta Beaty posted on 6/11/18

You were one of a kind❤️

 

Steve and Karen Gerlach posted on 6/11/18

To Mike and Carol and the entire Family, Karen and I are so sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

 

Roger Cawiezell posted on 6/11/18

Harry was a fun,smart,and enterprising friend who always had a smile and a firm hand shake for you. Prayers to his family. RIP Harry

 

Charlotte Denton posted on 6/11/18

My condolences to the family.

 

 

Jim Cribbett posted on 6/11/18

Janet & family: There are no words to express my sadness in the loss of Harry. I feel like a part of me has lasso passed away. We has so many good times together at The FRANKLIN and especially those NASCAR trips. At least I have those memories and pictures to relive those days. I can still hear that laugh and see his smile. You all will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Fred and Diana Brown posted on 6/9/18

Stacy, Chris and Rich. We feel so blessed to have had your Mom and Dad as neighbors and friends for so many years. We were so sad when they moved. We have so many great memories of them and loved watching you kids grow up. It’s hard to imagine that they’re both gone but thankful they are at peace now and together again. Love to you all.

 

Sandy & Ed McDermott posted on 6/8/18

Dear Elaine& Sean, Barb & Dean and Michael, We are so sorry about Diane's passing. We hope that memories of the good times with her will bring you comfort at this difficult time.Sorry that we could not be at services.

 

Connie Baker posted on 6/8/18

Jim's friends at Weber House will miss Jim greatly. He had a such a sunny disposition and kept life interesting. From Connie, Mike, Mark, Jerry, Gary, Dennis, and Bobby

 

Sarah Lacy posted on 6/7/18

I’m so sad to hear this. She was a big part of my life for many years. RIP dear friend.

 

Rex & Delores Nichelson posted on 6/7/18

Rex and I are not there with you in person but Kathy, Milt, Jennie you are here in our hearts, and our memories of Elizabeth will always be with us.

 

Mike Rapps posted on 6/7/18

I regret that I wasn't able to attend the service. Uncle Paul was one of my favorites. He always had a smile and a kind word. He will be missed.

 

John & Sandra Fortmann posted on 6/7/18

We are very sorry for your loss. Your family is in our prayers.

 

David and Kathy Kelley posted on 6/7/18

David and I are so sorry for your loss. Take comfort from family and friends. They will be your blessings in the days ahead. Your family will be in our prayers.

 

 

Edna Luckey Vaughn posted on 6/7/18

My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.JoAnn was such a pleasant lady and will be missed by many! God Bless

 

Kent and Cheryl Hammond posted on 6/7/18

We are sending hugs and prayers to your family. We are in Florida visiting our grandson Nick. You are in our thoughts . Your mom was a sweet lady.

 

Joan Burnett posted on 6/7/18

Over the years I enjoyed pictures that I was fortunate to see.

 

 

Lisa Ayre and family posted on 6/7/18

For we believe that Jesus died and rose again, and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him .......1 Thessalonians 4:14 Love you Sweets.

 

Rose Stewart posted on 6/6/18

Bonnie worked with me at Horace Mann all the years she was here, she was such a great lady and used to bring baked goods. She was missed after retirement but I know she enjoyed herself very much travelling.

 

Howard Woods posted on 6/6/18

Mark (BOO) and David, sorry to read about the passing of Jimmy. He was such a sweetie.

 

Don Neer posted on 6/6/18

I always appreciated Paul's dry sense of humor. It was enjoyable working with him.

 

 

Lisa McGee posted on 6/6/18

Always smiling and spreading happiness. That's what angels do.

 

Dwain Baldridge posted on 6/6/18

Milt and Kathy: So sorry to learn about Libby. Please accept my condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Dwain Baldridge

 

Heather Southwell posted on 6/6/18

Oh, Karen and Pam, I'm so sorry for your loss. I didn't know. Hugs.

 

Sharon LaFauce posted on 6/6/18

So sorry hear of Jim’s passing. Prayers to your families. He will be missed by all.

 

Heidi. Kerns posted on 6/6/18

I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Joyce. She has been a dear friend since 1969 and I will miss her dearly. My thoughts and prayers are with you!

 

Willis Oller posted on 6/6/18

I'm very sorry to hear of the loss of Norman. We worked together in the same department for over 20 years. Norman had a pleasant personality and always seemed upbeat. He enjoyed teasing and joking with people and was liked by everyone. We went to lunch together often and continued to do so after we both retired. Norman was a good friend and will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with Gale and Amy and the rest of the Nation family.

 

Nancy Payne posted on 6/5/18

I’m so sorry to hear of Libby’s passing. My deepest sympathies and condolences. May God bless her soul and ease the pain in the hearts of all who love her.

 

Patrick Leonard posted on 6/5/18

My family and I are saddened by the loss of Joyce. I worked with Joyce for @ 35 years and as can be imagined, Joyce became known to all in our family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of loss.

 

John and Joan Tungseth posted on 6/5/18

Audie, John and I are so sorry to hear about Bonnie's passing. We had such a good visit when we were last at your home in Pleasant Plains. She will be greatly missed. Bonnie had a vibrant personality with warm smiles to share with those she met. We enjoyed being your neighbors for a few years. Our prayers for strength and comfort are with you and your family.

 

Mary Jo Pemberton posted on 6/5/18

Elizabeth was a beautiful girl inside and out. I know how very proud of her you are. I cannot even begin to understand how much you’re hurting right now, we will be praying for you and your family. Greg & Mary Jo Pemberton

 

 

Marcia and Ken Williams posted on 6/5/18

Kathy and Mason sorry for you loss.

 

 

Chille. posted on 6/5/18

Rip my brother!

 

Vanessa Reinhart posted on 6/5/18

So sorry for your loss. You are all in my prayers.

 

 

Deborah Short posted on 6/5/18

Melissa, we are thinking about you and your family ❤❤

 

 

Tonya Briggity posted on 6/5/18

Les was truly a one of a kind guy. He had a smile that would light up a room. We who remain will remember you forever. May your loved ones take comfort in knowing your love shined through and touched us all. Be at rest.

 

 

Stanley &Nina Elvers posted on 6/5/18

Our deepest sympathy is extended to you. Prayers for all of you.

 

Jeanie White posted on 6/4/18

Audie and family so sorry about Bonnie she was a great lady and will be missed, you and all your family are in my thoughts and prsyers.

 

Alan Alewelt posted on 6/4/18

Condolences to Les’ family! He was a high school class mate and team mate that you never forget. A genuine good person and always had a smile - Rest in piece Les!

 

 

cameron wagner posted on 6/4/18

So sad to hear of her passing. Not only a loss to the family, but everyone lucky enough to have know her. Though I hadn't seen her in quite a while I will remember her as I always have as one of the sweetest girls I have known. My sympathy and prayers go out to family and friends. She will be missed by all.

 

 

John and Tammy McGhee posted on 6/4/18

We are so sorry for your loss. We continue to send our thoughts and prayers. May God lift you up and hold you in the palms of his hands.

 

Sue Vacilek (old family) posted on 6/4/18

My heart goes out to the parents and sister of Elizabeth, my deepest sympathy. It will be some of your hardest days coming. Keep your faith and you will get stronger as the days follow.

 

Mary von Liski posted on 6/4/18

Heartfelt sympathy, caring thoughts, prayers. Wishing the family: a song in your hearts; a rainbow after the rain; sunshine after the clouds; peace; faith; cherished memories.

 

Michele Wilson posted on 6/4/18

Sending prayers and condolences to Les' family. May you cherish the memories of the love and laughter Les brought to everyone. God bless you all!

 

 

Dana Marie Johnson posted on 6/4/18

RIP Leslie I offer my condolences to Leslie Lee family.

 

Susan Hood posted on 6/4/18

Thank you for your service. RIP

 

 

Lisa Power posted on 6/4/18

May god be with you.

 

Greg Parran posted on 6/4/18

Les and I were teammates (football and track). I always knew that once the ball was in his hands, something good was going to happen. He always gave a bright, confident smile where you just knew everything will be alright. Still shocked and saddened to hear of your transition. I pray that the peace of God, that surpasses all understanding be granted to your family and that He continues to smiles on and comforts your family. I will miss you old friend... Semper Fi

 

Kevin T Favero posted on 6/4/18

Joe and I were good friends in grade school, high school, and college but lost touch after I moved to Minnesota. Joe was always a thoughtful, happy person and we played guitar together and often discussed the challenges of the day. Rest in peace Josef. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. Kevin

 

Lyna Frazier posted on 6/4/18

My deepest condolences and prayers to the family. I've known Les since middle school. He will be truly missed. May God comfort and keep you during and after. God Bless

 

 

Sharon Brown posted on 6/4/18

RIP my friend!

 

Yanna on 4E MMC posted on 6/3/18

Les, thank you for making people laugh and lifting up spirits. Rest in paradise my friend.

 

The Winston family posted on 6/3/18

To the family of Leslie Lee we are very sorry to hear about Les we are praying for your family. God Bless you

 

Dawn Orme Melcher (LHS Class of '83) posted on 6/3/18

It's hard to believe you're gone. You had a smile that would light up a room and I'm sure is now lighting up heaven. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family at this sad time. You truly were one of the good guys.

 

Judith C Gordon posted on 6/3/18

Remember Carolyn from high school - LCHS class of 1960 - great lady and many memories.

 

 

Brian and Gretchen Williams posted on 6/3/18

God always knows best and Jesus had a better plan for you than Brian and I. You are loved and will be missed. Rest well Les. Semper Fi

 

 

Lori chapman posted on 6/3/18

Les was a cheerful ray of sunshine at memorial hospital. It didnt matter where he worked, he was funny and always upbeet. He woild always ask how you were and always was genuinely concerned. His military training would show through in the details of his work. He will be missed by many. Condolences to your family at this difficult time and know he touched many people lives in such a positive way. Hugs and prayers

 

 

Nicki Renfro/Jordan Collins posted on 6/3/18

To the lLee family, I am so sorrowful regarding the loss of your loved one, may God be your comforter and his word be the strength needed during this time of grief.

 

Terrance MAYS posted on 6/3/18

He was a Great man. I remember him from my freshmen year at Lanphier. He was one of the few Seniors that treated people like people. Cool and down to earth. His smile always help comfort me when my mother was in the hospital. Love you Big Bro. Rest up God has you now.

 

 

Patti Thean posted on 6/3/18

Leslie's smile will never be forgotten. God bless all in their time of sorrow.

 

 

Patti Thean posted on 6/3/18

Leslie was ways a great guy to know always had a friendly smile lo e that would light up the place. My heart goes out to family and friends. May God wrap his arms around everyone feeling sorrow. God bless all

 

 

Lucy Reese posted on 6/3/18

I will always love you Les!! Love Lucy and family.

 

Steve and Judy Richardson posted on 6/2/18

So Sorry for your Loss.

 

 

Jim Cribbett posted on 6/2/18

To the Fehring family: I am so verry sorry for you loss. I remember your mother very well from the good old days at The FRANKLIN. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Angela Schiava posted on 6/2/18

I will miss Carolyn at the retiree luncheons, She was always pleasant. My sympathy and prayers to her family.

 

Rhonda Howland posted on 6/2/18

He was a favorite co-worker of everyone because he always had a smile and a laugh for all he met.

 

Sandy Lotz posted on 6/2/18

We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Marty. She watched both our kids years ago. And never saw her do anything but smile and laugh. She will be missed. Our heart felt prayers are with her family. Terry & Sandy Lotz

 

Gary Leonard posted on 6/1/18

Carolyn was my cousin and a kind, caring, thoughtful lady who went out of her way to help others. I always though highly of her and will miss her smile. All the best to Stacy, Dennis, Chris, Theresea, Richard and Virginia.

 

Kay Alberts and Family posted on 6/1/18

GWEN, ED and all the family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you now and in the days to come. Just want you to kknow we're thinking of you.

 

Joseph and Doris Svoboda posted on 5/30/18

Mr. Brady, as my son Brad always referred to his first baseball coach on the Green Turtles. At Brad's wedding rehearsal dinner I referred to Tom as Brad's first mentor. Tom was a gentleman in all respects who displayed a true love of baseball and the White Sox. He was a wonderful husband and father as evidenced by Bob, Colleen and Jim. He may have been an even better grandfather who, unfortunately, will not get to see the successes of his grandchildren. I could go on but I know Jim and Maureen will remember more touching moments between the Svoboda's and the Brady's. God Bless Tom.

 

Frank Hayse posted on 5/30/18

I'm sorry I could not be there to celebrate your life, I guess heaven needed another angel. However, I know you are with your true love. You have left quite a legacy with your children and grandchildren. They will keep your spirit alive. Rest in peace.

 

Mike & Sheila Noonan posted on 5/30/18

Tom was a dear friend & gentle Soul, he loved his family & friends. An avid sports fan especially football. Our Prayers are with Maureen and family. Rest in Peace.

 

April and DeWaine Hoagland posted on 5/30/18

Marty was such a blessing to our family! She watched my daughter Sabrina in April 1998 until she was 4. Sabrina was our first child and we knew absolutely no one. She hold a special place in our hearts. Love you Marty until we meet again!

 

Becky Powell posted on 5/30/18

Maureen and Family, I am so sorry for the loss of Tom. You all have so many rich and wonderful memories! hold onto them the next couple days, they will help you through this time. Then don't forget to go fishing at "Brady Pond"! God Bless Love and Prayers Becky

 

Linda Pappas posted on 5/30/18

My heart goes out to the family during this most difficult, sad time! Marty was a sweetheart! I'm grateful that she was part of my son's life as a wonderful caregiver during his formative years, and I'm thankful we stay connected all these years since. The news of her passing truly broke my heart! May God surround you with His comfort as you all try to deal with your immeasurable loss!

 

Amal Doom posted on 5/30/18

I will miss Phil very much. Loved being his sister (in law). May the Lord wrap His arms around Carrie, Heidi, the grand kids and the rest of our family.

 

Jimmie Humphrey posted on 5/30/18

I was the only one allowed to call her Martha.I and Cindy will miss her a lot, I am glad that she is out of the pain ,that she was in. I loved Martha a lot and if I need to call her at anytime I could and it was vice-versa.She never had a harsh word to say about anybody.

 

 

Tracy Kreoger posted on 5/30/18

What a wonderful father & grandfather. Sending ❤️

 

Jane Snyder posted on 5/30/18

My thoughts & prayers are with the entire Brady family as you mourn the loss of your beloved husband, father, grandfather,friend. May God rest his weary soul & bring him peace.

 

Mary Fortner posted on 5/30/18

My deepest sympathy to Carole, Carrie, and Heidi and the whole family. Phil loved being a father and grandfather--that was so obvious!. He had a great sense of humor. He is definitely gone too soon. My sincere prayers are with you all during this difficult time.

 

 

Brent & Kim Stone posted on 5/29/18

Sending thoughts and prayers to all of you.

 

Jeff Coady posted on 5/29/18

Class of 74 and Nan was a fun teacher to have. She was teaching us poetry and we were bring something to read. I brought Chuck Berry's recording of My Ding A Ling for my presentation. She would expect something like this from me. Everyone has a good laugh. Over the years she would send me card with words of wisdom . I have fond memories and I don't doubt she's in charge,

 

Lorna Hill posted on 5/29/18

Rest In Peace, Denny. And peace be with you.

 

Ken and Maureen Marker posted on 5/29/18

Dave and Kids, Our memories of Peggy are something we will always hold dear. Prayers are with you all at this time.

 

Brenda S Copeland posted on 5/29/18

I never saw Marty other than the way she is in this picture. What a delight to have known her, usually only seeing her at family events. She was very special to me. what a blessing to know she is with the Saviour.

 

Beth Sutherland posted on 5/28/18

Oh how sad I feel to be reading this! She was always kind and loving, always giving me a great big, warm hug every time I ran into her. She had a smile that lit up a room! Rest with Jesus ❤️

 

 

Josh Moomey posted on 5/28/18

She helped raise me as a child for many years. She will be missed.

 

Scot Zorn posted on 5/27/18

Art I will miss you. You could party my ass under the table every time. Had fun partying with you and had fun working for you at traveling treasures and working with you at McFarland. Always had fun at your birthday parties.RIP my friend.

 

Brian Stapleton posted on 5/26/18

She was te best teacher I ever had. Came to my Mother's wake and funeral long after I graduated from school. I wilbe always reminded of her love for teaching, and she is the reason I am a 22 year teacher today.

 

Dianne Hacker posted on 5/24/18

thinking of you at this time of loss. remember all the good times.

 

Michelle donnelly posted on 5/24/18

Mr charles aka poppa you will be truly missed your smile will be missed the most thank you julie for letting me care for your dad he will be missed thanks again michelle donnelly cna the christian village

 

 

Darlene posted on 5/24/18

Art had a big personality and an even bigger heart! He touched many lives and will be missed. Love and prayers to the family!!

 

STAN CROW posted on 5/23/18

SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT CLIFF HE WAS A GREAT MAN. I HAD A WORLD OF RESPECT FOR HIM. HE WILL BE MISSED.

 

Nina Fuss posted on 5/23/18

Sorry to hear about your mother it's been a long time since I saw Nina. God bless.

 

Nancy Roberts posted on 5/23/18

I am so sorry for your loss. Our fathers are our heroes. I’m sure your Dad was an amazing man; he was blessed to have a wonderful daughter like you. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this most difficult time.

 

Mary Douglas Neal posted on 5/23/18

Dr Hendricks was pastor at our church in Hillsboro and presided at my father's (Dr Bill Douglas) funeral. He was a very loved interim pastor at First Presbyterian Church. He and Nan also visited my mother several times after she moved to Florida and they vacationing in Panama City. My sympathies are with you all.

 

 

Suzie Cundiff-Lynch posted on 5/22/18

Rest easy Big Art! You will be missed

 

 

Jonathan Jarrett posted on 5/22/18

Remember when you first taught me to shoot, using that pistol and I ended up shooting a can into the air, then hitting twice more before it hit the ground due to sheer luck? Remember how we used to finish each others sentences? You were my best friend and father and I'm glad you were in my life for the 13 years that you were. I love you and miss you.

 

Julie Havenar Vanderwater (Julie HA) posted on 5/22/18

Julie, Paul and the whole Hendricks Family, I am so sorry and very saddened by the news of your dad’s earthly death, but yet can’t help but rejoice for his passing on to eternal life. I loved your dad and in most recent times, even through his failing health, I continued to look forward to his Sunday morning hug, smile, and reminder of how special we all were to him. He was my pastor and spiritual leader, the father of one of my best friends, he married Doug and I and baptized our first child, our son, Kyle. He was a friend and fellow parishioner at Chatham Presbyterian Church and will live on in our hearts and memories and many loving reminders of him throughout Third Presbyterian Church. One of my most favorite memories is of the Hendricks Family’s “jam sessions” in your garage converted to a family room! Those were amazing days.

 

Micheal Blake posted on 5/22/18

I will miss you jokes and our Nascar conversations we shared

 

Ann & Ron Smith posted on 5/21/18

Scott & Jessica so sorry to hear about your dad and father in-law may god give you comfort in these times love you both

 

Gary and Joyce (Eaves) Mosimann posted on 5/21/18

Deepest sympathy.

 

Melissa Betty posted on 5/21/18

I was so blessed to know Larry and act along side him onstage at WSCC. I will always remember how his friend got his arm hurt “tother day”. He was an amazing man. I’m going to miss him. I am lifting the entire family up in prayer.

 

Richard Oswald posted on 5/21/18

Scott & Jessica, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your father/father-in-law. My prayers are with you during this difficult time. Richard Oswald Family

 

Janet Schack Carlock posted on 5/21/18

Our dear wonderful cousin, we will miss you. You led an exemplary Christian life and were loved by many. My upmost sympathy to the family.

 

 

Cheryl & Bette Hammann posted on 5/21/18

So very very sorry for your loss Scott . You and that very special family of yours will be in our thoughts and prayers !

 

 

Nicole and James Bolden posted on 5/21/18

We will forever remember Uncle Andy. He made us laugh and cracked jokes everytime we met him, when we visited Illinois, to see the family. Your humor and witty personality will forever be missed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

 

Gene & Linda Nichols Newbright posted on 5/20/18

We so enjoyed Cousins Cliff and Shirley at various Nichols cousins reunions. Good memories. Always loved seeing pictures of their family at Christmas.

 

Kathy Hilligoss posted on 5/20/18

Charlie was one of a kind. We always laughed during his therapy sessions, he will be missed. My sympathies to all the family.

 

 

Vickie Bagby posted on 5/20/18

To Barbara family you are in my prayers

 

 

Jim Cribbett posted on 5/20/18

Tom and family. I am so sorry for your loss. I remember Barb at The FRANKLIN and the many great times we all had working there. You will be in our thought and prayers.

 

 

Becky and Craig posted on 5/18/18

You will be deeply missed. I love you Aunt Mary

 

Carol Weber posted on 5/18/18

My husband and I met Jim many years ago at our church. A bunch of us helped run our church bingoes and would go out for pizza afterward. Jim was always a fun,kind and hardworking guy. We enjoyed going out to eat with Jim and ChiuLan over the years and they would always ask us to come visit them in Vegas, but I told him my husband Ray doesn't travel. They told me to bring my sister (whom they did not know) and I did! We had a great time, which I will always remember. They were so gracious . He was just a great guy and the loss of Jim will leave a hole in the hearts of his family and all who knew him. .

 

Gayle Hardy posted on 5/18/18

We want to extend our deepest sympathy to Charlie's family. We have been neighbors since 1983. He will be greatly missed. Gayle Hardy and Family

 

Rosanne and Bob Wiatrolik posted on 5/17/18

My deepest sympathies. We are out of town but wish you to know we heard and will continue our prayers for her and family.

 

Cheryl Biesiada posted on 5/16/18

Jim and I worked together for many years. I will always remember our conversations driving around the different areas of District 6. Jim gave me great advice about Deferred Compensation and planning for retirement that I’m so thankful I followed. I also remember the support and great advice he gave all three of his girls. He was truly a great father to Marion, Tracy and Kim and a great husband to Chiu-Lan. My condolences to the family. I really regret that I will be out of town and unable to attend the services.

 

Debora Nation posted on 5/16/18

Mary was a wonderful person kind and loving. She valued her family. She will be missed by all. Deb

 

 

Debora Nation posted on 5/16/18

Mary, was a wonderful person full of life and the love of her family. She will be missed.

 

MAC posted on 5/14/18

My deepest condolences to the family on the loss of your loved one. And may the Father of tender mercies and God of all comfort continue to bless you and strengthen you through this difficult time. (2 Corinthians 1:3-4)

 

mike harvey posted on 5/14/18

Jim and I were high school classmates and I have many fond memories of Jim. He was kind, thoughtful, outgoing and a friend to all in need. God bless him, his soul and his family in grief. God speed and RIP, James.

 

Karissa Bowman posted on 5/12/18

Sorry to all his family, Shane was a great guy, hung out in our younger days, he will be missed, R I P Shane, Karissa Bowman

 

Danny Hinds posted on 5/12/18

Gwen claire emma Bramlet i am sorry for your loss my god bless you in the time of sorrow you are all in my pray

 

Danny Hinds posted on 5/12/18

Gwen Claire Emma Bracelet I am so sorry for you loss you are all in my thought and pray my god bless you in the time of sadness

 

Wayne & Lisa Davis posted on 5/11/18

You are one of a kind, the best big brother. You will be dearly missed. We are glad we had the time together. Love you and will miss you.

 

Joy Perisho posted on 5/10/18

So sorry to learn of your loss. I have many fond memories of your family from the neigborhood. Sending most sincere condolences to Frances and all of your family.

 

 

Rick and Sara Boren posted on 5/10/18

Always remembered! God Bless

 

Carol Brown posted on 5/10/18

Will always remember your sweet smile and the way you placed your jaw/chin when you want to be funny. I am so glad that I was able to see your sweet smile and your funny nature in the strawberry fields. Every time I pick a strawberry now from my own patch (from your plants) - you will be remembered. You will be missed. Love you big brother.

 

Lora posted on 5/10/18

Your memory will never fade from my heart Mom. Happy Mother;s Day.

 

 

Julie posted on 5/10/18

May the spirit of God be with you all

 

 

Julie posted on 5/10/18

May the spirit of God be with you all

 

 

Amanda posted on 5/9/18

Fly high Shane

 

Anonymous posted on 5/9/18

I wasn't a significant part of your life... but you were the one that help talked me into joining Lincoln's challenge academy.i couldn't reach out to you to say thanks. None of the least you helped someone you barely knew. With this I say thanks and I hopethe best for your family. May God be with them and yourself.

 

katherine perkins posted on 5/9/18

i am so sorry for your loss, i may have not known him but i have heard alot about him prayers to the family, may god give you peace , love always

 

Dan posted on 5/9/18

thank you for your service, and thanks to your family, for their support of you. to the family, I am sorry for your loss, of this great man.

 

Dan posted on 5/9/18

we have never met, but I want to thank you sir, for helping to protect your family and country here in the USA. to his family, I am sorry for your loss, I am sure he was a great man .

 

John M Werschey posted on 5/9/18

Chui Lan, so sorry to hear of your loss, as we spent many years working together. My thoughts are with you and your family.

 

 

Tammy posted on 5/9/18

This still breaks my heart. Thoughts and prayers to all the family and close friends. Love you Della always here for you. R.I.P. SHANE

 

 

Jim Cribbett posted on 5/9/18

Bill & family; I am so sorry for your loss. Jim has been a big part of our community for a long time. He will be sorely missed by many. You all will be in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

 

Harold and Karon Finical posted on 5/9/18

Your in our prayers.

 

 

Kathy Harris posted on 5/9/18

My heart goes out to the shomidie family Rip Shane

 

Kathy Harris posted on 5/9/18

Shane you will always be loved and missed by many but God has taken home another angel fly high shane

 

 

Maggie Forsyth posted on 5/9/18

king a fro scratch pineapple upside down cake for him.

 

Jaden McCloughan posted on 5/9/18

I love you Shane you will always be in my heart baelyn loves you with all her heart you have touched so many hearts without trying I wish you were here to see how wonderful your children are and to see what they will succeed ps I won the national spelling bee first place you mean so much to me I won’t let the world forget you my children my grandchildren and my great grandchildren will know Shane shomidie

 

Jaime Casson posted on 5/9/18

I continue to pray each and every day for your family, Nicole. I cannot imagine what you are feeling right now and I have no words to provide you with comfort. Please know you are in my thoughts every single day and I love you!

 

Kimberly McCloughan posted on 5/9/18

Shane you will always be a part of our lives and hearts. You touched so many with just your smile and never realized it because that’s just who you are. I see you everyday when I look at precious Baelynns face. Our hearts are breaking because of the emptiness we feel at the loss of such an amazing father, son, and friend. I will always remember being in the delivery room when Bae was born and the look on your face as you held your daughter. I wish for one more day one more hour just 5 more minutes to talk to you and let you know how much you mean to this family how much you are loved by everyone. You had big dreams and you worked hard to fulfill them. You inspired so many people that is who you are. Tell my dad I said hi and I will always tell Baelynn that you are with her watching and guiding her, to dream big and work hard and she can accomplish anything. RIP Shane with all my love

 

Pat Baker posted on 5/8/18

Jim was my first brother-n-law. He has always been like a brother to me. I will miss him very much. Sorry I can’t be there Frances, Buddy and Billy.

 

Judi Smith posted on 5/8/18

Rest In Peace SHANE Gone way to soon

 

Judi Smith posted on 5/8/18

Gone way to soon. Rest In Peace Shane.

 

 

Theresa Stumper-Wallace posted on 5/8/18

Praying for you all! Rest in peace Shane

 

Amanda Day posted on 5/8/18

I am so truly sorry for your loss may he rest in heaven with our lord and savior

 

Clara Cooke posted on 5/8/18

Wish I could of met you.

 

Clara Cooke posted on 5/8/18

Wish I could of met you...

 

 

Cindy posted on 5/8/18

Gone but never forgotten sorry for ur loss

 

Stephanie Calvert posted on 5/8/18

You will truly be missed as well as your many talents so many enjoyed watching all of your fans, friends, family and loved ones will never forget you you were a good person sorry to see you go so soon but glad you are in a much better place now watching over yours daughters and loved ones keep them safe until we meet again

 

 

Lori Baughman posted on 5/8/18

You will never be forgotten Shane

 

Nina Ayers posted on 5/8/18

Sorry for Los. No words can fill the void and what you feel in your heart I send my condolences to you your family. Thinking of you Mickey

 

Tom Sullivan posted on 5/8/18

So sorry for your loss Micky. BIG hugs to you and your entire family..............:(

 

 

Mary Forge posted on 5/8/18

God bless and RIP in the arms of God.

 

Michael & Darlene & Family posted on 5/8/18

Our thought and prayers our with you and your,family at this difficult time.

 

Janet Riordan posted on 5/8/18

So saddened to return from a weekend graduation in Ohio and learn of Barb's passing today. I am so sorry. I've known Barb since our Ursuline days together and enjoyed volunteering with her at St Martin's. What a gal! Fun loving yet so generous and caring. I will be sure to offer prayers for her and for you kids as you mourn her loss.

 

Linda Bohan posted on 5/7/18

Deepest sympathy to all of you, Barb was such a fun person to know & a great mother, prayers for you all.

 

Mary M posted on 5/7/18

My deepest condolences to Mrs Bramlet and the entire family. Liz will be remembered for her friendliness, compassion, career success, enthusiasm for many things and mostly for her love of family and friends. I wish the family peace in this sorrowful time. Thank you Liz for your good advice, your hospitality and the laughter we shared over so many years.

 

Lyn Pickel posted on 5/6/18

We didn't know Shane, only Della, and we knew long ago of her profound love for her "baby boy". We are heartbroken for the entire family. Looking at Shane's picture, I can see so much of Della in him. That means, like his mother, he was part angel in life and now has been granted his full wings. My sisters and I send our love even though we cannot be there. God bless the entire family. You are in our hearts and prayers.

 

Sheila presbrey posted on 5/6/18

All of us at Famous Salon wish to extend our deepest sympathy to Joanne's family We were blessed to be a part of her life for so many years. We will treasure the wonderful times and laughs we had with her. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. RIP Joanne we will miss you! ~Famous Salon Staff

 

 

Jimmy and Susie (Larson) Weitzel posted on 5/6/18

To the Entire Family. Thinking of You and Sending Our Prayers To Each and Everyone. And Now You Can Have Peace. Knowing Shane is Your Angel Watching Over You.

 

Susan Walsh posted on 5/6/18

Though I am so sorry for your loss. What a wonderful video tribute to the life of a terrific person! I laughed and cried..glad to have an audio visual reminder of such a special friend.....she left you a legacy of love ....may your happy memories give you comfort in the days ahead.

 

 

Carl and Cindy posted on 5/6/18

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family

 

maryann zbyinski posted on 5/5/18

Worked with Pat at Pork Producers in the '80s and our friendship continued for many years until her death. Miss you Patsy....RIP.

 

 

Jim Cribbett posted on 5/5/18

Jan & family. I am so sorry I missed your mother’s obituary. I, we, are so sorry for your loss. It is never easy loosing a parent. We both have lost our parents, Jane just lost her mother last year. You all will be in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Tracey Dees posted on 5/4/18

You were loved by many. We will all miss you Mick.

 

Beth Sheff posted on 5/4/18

So sorry to hear about Bruce, he is now with friends and family in heaven, and we will remember all the fun times we shared with him and his family!! To Janice, Karen and Jill I am deeply saddened by this news and I hope you know the love we had toward Bruce - he was one of the Greats!! Remember the good times and talk of him often. I will be heading home saturday, but unfortunately I won't get to make it to the services. Love to all of you and hopefully I'll get a chance to run by and say hello.

 

Kim Garland posted on 5/3/18

So sorry to hear about Bruce, a great family friend. He has been through a lot. Thinking of you all!

 

Shontae posted on 5/3/18

Crimmie, I have known you a short few months and you touched my heart, we had a lot of laughs while on our way to your doctor appointments, I love you and you'll be missed

 

Harriett Bartell posted on 5/3/18

Jan, It is so sad about your Mother's passing. Thoughts, prayers and sympathy are coming your way.

 

LeAnn Kelley (Coomer) posted on 5/3/18

Aunt Patti, You May be up gone to heaven. But you will not never be forgotten. We love you. We miss you. Continued thoughts & prayers for all the family & Frends of my aunt Patti.. Hugs and kisses always and forever LeAnn (Coomer) & Thom Kelley & family.

 

Becky Patton posted on 5/2/18

We have such great memories of your Grandmother. She was always so fun to be with when we would visit for a holiday or birthday. We miss seeing her already. It must be amazing to live to be 101. She was very special! Thinking of you all. Terry & Becky Patton

 

Sheila Wortham posted on 5/2/18

Nicole, my condolences to you and your family on the loss of your beloved grandmother. May memories bring you comfort, and may God bless you with peace.

 

 

Penny Schroeder posted on 5/2/18

Crimmie you and me we had ourselves one heck of a good time !! From working year's together, drinking together, cried together, travel together, best of all we were Best Friends! No one could take that from us. My heart goes out to Tj and the family from far to close , I never knew you to be mean to anyone, ok maybe a couple ,but I will take that to my grave, until we meet again, RIP Crimmie always remember never forgotten, love you Lup'e aka me !!! Thank you for all my memory's ( specially Beson) my greatest dream!!! Your friend forever <3

 

Don Creek posted on 5/2/18

Rest in peace my friend,see you on the other side

 

Sara K Ruebling posted on 5/2/18

Mick was definitely one of the good guys. So honored to have had him for a friend. RIP Mick, love you, see you later ❤️

 

 

Lora angeli posted on 5/2/18

Aunt pat elmore

 

Karen (Lang) Myers posted on 5/2/18

Johnny and Frankie, my heart hurts and I'm so very sorry for the loss of your mom...she meant so much to me and my mom. I have so many fond memories of spending time at both of our houses in Glen Aire growing up, Christmastime, back yard parties, and spending time in the real estate offices over the years. I was also lucky enough to spend time with her in Florida where she spent her winters. We had some fun moments at the casino and she introduced me to dog racing while there! I always felt a special closeness to JoAnne and will miss her so much. Know that you are in my prayers. Love and a big hug from Iowa. Karen

 

Suzanne Heldebrandt posted on 5/1/18

With deepest sympathy for the death of your loved one, Tom. As you grieve wishing you peace and comfort in the days ahead. So, rest assured the one we've lost will remain in our hearts always, cherish his memories. May Tom RIP. XOXO to all his family, esp. Sharon, Dianne, Shannon, Mark, and Paul.

 

Larry & Denise posted on 5/1/18

Gene Paul, Mark, Diane & Shannon~We are so sorry to hear of your dads passing, you are in our thoughts & prayers, always remember all those special times that you shared with him & keep his memory alive. XOXO Larry & Denise

 

 

Jake Miller posted on 5/1/18

There's many memories of this wonderful man, but one of my personal favs was taking him fishing on one Father's day. RIP Tom.

 

Danyele Cantrall posted on 5/1/18

Diane and family, I’m so sorry for the loss of your dad. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Praying gods love shine down on you, and that you can find peace in the loving memories you shared with him.

 

Tom Cavanagh posted on 5/1/18

Henry was a truly friendly guy and he always had great stories to tell. RIP my friend. Best wishes to the family. Tom Cavanagh & Diann Reed

 

LaVerne A. Nordstrom posted on 5/1/18

Henry, although we never got to meet in person I will treasure our conversations on the phone and our messages. You will always have a special place in my heart. You are free from pain and with your loved ones in heaven. It was my pleasure to have known you for the short time. May you Rest In Peace To your family my Deepest Sympathy in the loss of such a great man. He will be missed always .

 

 

John Patrick Fleischacker posted on 5/1/18

I always remember Henry with a smile on his face. To Henry's family you are in our thoughts. RIP Henry. You will always be remembered by everyone who knew you.

 

Craig Sim posted on 5/1/18

With deepest sympathy from the Monday Night Football Crew. Henry will be sadly missed.

 

Linda Pappas posted on 4/30/18

Marty, I am so sorry to learn of Bill's passing; he was such a nice guy! My deepest heartfelt sympathies to you & the kids (& their families) on your loss! You are all in my thoughts & prayers during this most difficult time!

 

Linda Ewing Wayne posted on 4/30/18

Janet was in many of my art classes at SCI. We shared much laughter and creativity and good times. We lost track of each other after graduation, but I think of her often and our times together are very treasured memories. She had a wonderful sense of humor and a contagious smile. God Bless Her.

 

 

Rose Marie Kruger posted on 4/29/18

My deepest sympathy for the family Many fond memories with Ray , corky,Dorothy , Louie Ben you are in my prayers.

 

AM posted on 4/28/18

My sincere condolences to your family. May you find comfort in the promise of Revelation 21:4 of a time when death will be no more and loved ones will be reunited.

 

Ralph (ED) Boblitt posted on 4/28/18

R.I.P. my Vietnam Vietnam Brother we will meet and muster again.

 

 

Tina Whitlow posted on 4/28/18

My heart hurts for all of you! Bill was ! We love all of you! Hugs and prayers

 

Deb Klamen posted on 4/27/18

I'm so sorry for the family - the loss of a father is a difficult thing. My condolences.

 

Terry and Haley Fuhrmann posted on 4/27/18

My father, Terry, was a good friend of Dale's. They played in multiple bands together and Dale was in his wedding party. Through Dale, my dad was able to meet Mr. Canham whom he said was a very nice man. My dad and I were also able to get to know Mrs. Canham and her son, George, through a stroke support group. Our hearts are with this lovely family.

 

Edward Williams posted on 4/27/18

Sorry to hear about Ray. I worked with him and his brother Harold (Slim) at Fiat-Allis. Great guy to work with. I know he will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. Thoughts and prayers to the family.

 

 

Brittany Smith posted on 4/26/18

You will truly be missed. What a great man.

 

Renee Homolka posted on 4/26/18

Many happy memories from my childhood with your family at the skating rink and also visiting at our homes. Sorry for your loss. Bonnie Dexheimer's Daughter Renee

 

Carol Wells Farley posted on 4/26/18

Sorry to hear about Ray. We are in the sunset of our lives but I have fond memories of the skating rink and you and I listening to "Inner Sanctum" on the radio in the dark. I am thinking of you at this time.

 

Gene and Jane Fore posted on 4/25/18

Sorry to hear about your Dad 's passing. You are in our thoughts at this difficult time.

 

Don And Julie Duffy posted on 4/25/18

Our Thoughts And Prayers are with the Family. Ray will be missed. RIP !

 

 

Mr. & Mrs. Rickey Allen Sr. posted on 4/25/18

Rick and I were so sorry to hear about Ray. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family.

 

 

Lynn dodge posted on 4/24/18

Anne Marie, so sorry to hear this. You and your family are in my prayers. Love you

 

Alexandra Quinn posted on 4/24/18

Muggie, you were the light of so many lives, as seen this evening. I can not be more proud to call you my grandmother. You are so beautiful inside and out. You bought so much happiness to my life and our family. I will pray for you always and keep my faith in God forever. You and Papa made the biggest, best family for us all and we will keep all the traditions alive in your honor. I promised to care and love Papa for you untill he gets to meet with you again in true love; a love that inspires us all with a passion. I love you Muggie and will see you again, untill then bring laughter and love up there as you did here. Tell all our loved ones and more hi and give them lots of Muggie kisses. I love you endlessly from the bottom of my heart. Swing, swing, I love to swing on my grandMuggies swing.

 

Alexandra Quinn posted on 4/24/18

Muggie, you were the light of so many lives, as seen this evening. I can not be more proud to call you my grandmother. You are so beautiful inside and out. You bought so much happiness to my life and our family. I will pray for you always and keep my faith in God forever. You and Papa made the biggest, best family for us all and we will keep all the traditions alive in your honor. I promised to care and love Papa for you untill he gets to meet with you again in true love; a love that inspires us all with a passion. I love you Muggie and will see you again, untill then bring laughter and love up there as you did here. Tell all our loved ones and more hi and give them lots of Muggie kisses. I love you endlessly from the bottom of my heart. Swing, swing, I love to swing on my grandMuggies swing.

 

Jeannie (Drone) Wicks posted on 4/24/18

Dear Kathy and family, "Those we hold closest to our hearts never truly leave us, but live on in the kindness they have shared and the love they brought in to our lives." Kathy, remembering your mother as a truly kind, gentle, loving person. She was always so welcoming, and a joy to be around! May the peace which comes from the memories of love shared comfort you, and your nephews, in the days ahead. Heartfelt Condolences ~ Jeannie (Drone) Wicks

 

Jenna posted on 4/23/18

I'm saddened to learn of Janet's passing. She will be missed. The good and precious memories that her loved ones have of this dear woman will help them to get through this difficult time. Prayer to God for comfort will also help. Pray to him for comfort during this time of grief and sorrow. Psalm 34:18

 

Rebecca (Posnak) Woodhull posted on 4/23/18

I went to Little Flower with Mary Ann and saw her often at Cathedral. Our granddaughters are good friends from Blessed Sacrament and, of course, we talked about them. God bless her soul!

 

Mary Lynn Gietl Deloney posted on 4/23/18

Kathy, the passing of your Mom really saddened me. She was the sweetest and I loved her to pieces. I’ll always remember what a good friend she was to my Mom. She would pick her up to get groceries because she never drove a car. I’m so sorry that I won’t be able to attend her funeral. God bless...

 

Linda Wytcherley posted on 4/23/18

Prayers for the family and all of those who Mary Ann touched. Her humor, gregarious personality and perpetual faith in our Lord Jesus Christ was infectious. She will be very much missed.

 

Judy Gietl Conger posted on 4/22/18

I have too many wonderful memories to mention here, but the one that stands out in my mind is our Saturday nights we spent with the Havenars. Our parents played cards and drank several jugs of beer, while we were off playing and entertaining ourselves. My deepest condolences to you, Kathy! So sad Betty is no longer with us.. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

SO posted on 4/21/18

To the family sorry for your loss. May the memories you share bring you comfort you at this difficult time, and may you find hope in the words found in the bible at John 5:28,29.

 

Jason Carter posted on 4/21/18

I worked with mike this past year as his supervisor. He always did what I had asked him to do and plus some and was always willing to stay and helped meout in tough situations. He was really a caring person and we always joked to each other about how big the loads were and I always said we are going to have another fun night at Meijer and he always laughed. He will be greatly missed an I send my condolences to the selfe family

 

SO posted on 4/21/18

To the family sorry for your loss. May God comfort you at this difficult time. Psalms 147:3

 

Jeff and Natalie Heubner posted on 4/21/18

We are so sorry to hear of Lula passing. She was not only a wonderful neighbor but a better person. When we moved in next door to her. She welcomed us with open arms to the cul-de-sac. She will be missed!

 

Jeff Kadyk posted on 4/20/18

Mary Ann was an amazing woman, Blessed by our Lord. Loved by all. And will be dearly missed. I too am blessed to have had the opportunity to know her. My prayers to family and friends.

 

Nikkie Jackson posted on 4/20/18

Herbie.....I am so thankful to God for giving me the honor of knowing you. Of calling you Friend. Calling you Family. I will forever cherish the memories made with you. I cannot thank you enough for always being there for me....no matter what was going on....if I called you came running. Thank you for being such an amazing husband to Meranda, awesome dad to Kevin, Alivia, Robert, Zivia and little Ava. I know you will be looking down on them daily with nothing but pride and love. I know you are up there in Heaven....manning the grill and holding on to my Toriyonna. Love you Herbie. Fly high big guy!

 

Timothy Simmons posted on 4/20/18

Prayers and Blessings to the Family. Thanks for all the good times growing up on crocker st in Freeport. Spent many, many days at your house.

 

A Friend posted on 4/20/18

May Herbert's family and friends be comforted by these words: "Lift up your eyes and look to the heavens: Who created all these? He who brings out the starry host one by one and calls forth each of them by name. Because of his great power and mighty strength, not one of them is missing." Isaiah 40:26 May Herbert have eternal rest and peace beside our loving God.

 

Doug & Lois Scott posted on 4/19/18

Condolences to the Self family. You are in our thoughts & Prayers.

 

Richard & Jelene Marx and Family posted on 4/19/18

May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. Our most sincere condolences.

 

 

James Schuster posted on 4/18/18

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SO posted on 4/18/18

To the family sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in the bible's promise that "all those in the memorial tombs will hear his(Jesus) voice and come out." (John 5:28,29) What a joy to be reunited here on a paradise earth with our love ones who have fallen asleep in death.

 

SO posted on 4/18/18

To the family sorry for your loss. May the memories comfort you and may you find hope in God's promise to "swallow up death forever...and wipe the tears from all faces." (Isaiah 25:8)

 

 

Daniel Mejia posted on 4/18/18

I served with Herbert beginning in basic training, AIT, and then our duty station in Germany. We also served in Iraq. He was always one who would make you laugh and smile. He will be missed. To his family my deepest condolences , our prayers are with you.

 

 

Cheryl Warren posted on 4/17/18

Pam and Jim, John and I are so sorry to hear about your mom. She was a sweet lady. You're both in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Howard Gillins posted on 4/17/18

Most of my Memories of the Prentice family were as we grew up in Villa Grove ILL. A small farming community of 2300. Everybody knew everybody. Jim attend Villa Grove Schools in that era. His family were well respected members of this community. We shared many things, Socially, Church, Activities, Events, Sports in addition to school. I left Villa Grove in 1967. I cannot recall my last encounter with Jim. I recall he was always a good guy very dependable & at times funny. I salute him as a Veteran & offer my sincere condolences to his Family may the many fond memories get you through this difficult period . Respectfully H. Gillins class of 67

 

Greg Boston posted on 4/17/18

Jerry, sorry to hear of your Dads passing.He was a really nice guy.Thoughts are with You and Fsmily.

 

 

Class of 1965 posted on 4/17/18

We send our deepest sympathies for your loss, Cathy, from the Class of 1965

 

 

Bill & Gina Harlow posted on 4/17/18

Joann our heart felt condolences and prayers to you and your family

 

Steve & Christine Beatty posted on 4/17/18

Surprised and saddened to hear about Aunt Cork passing. Our sincere condolences for your family's loss.

 

SO posted on 4/17/18

To the family of Jane sorry for your loss. May the words at Acts 24:15 give you comfort and hope.

 

SO posted on 4/17/18

My sincere condolences to the family. May the memories live on forever in your hearts. And may God comfort you at this difficult time. Psalms 34:18

 

 

Alexis Manns posted on 4/16/18

When I would go to her house and she would let me lick the extra brownie batter off he bowl after we poured it into the pan.

 

Brenda Burt Wheeler posted on 4/15/18

I am sorry to read of Annette's passing, I got to know her and the family through my parents Carl (Bo ) and Henrietta Burt .We hung out during high school & we cruised the stripe . I lost track of her after I moved away out of state . My thoughts and prayers are with you all .God Bless

 

Brenda Kennett posted on 4/15/18

I have fond memories of Lu & Dave & the times I would visit in their home. They were great examples of what Christianity is & living out their faith. They ALWAYS encouraged us when I worked in the church office at South Side Christian & came to office every Mon. morning to count the offering. They loved holidays & always used them to encourage others with cards & goodies. God has gained another Angel. Love you Lu!

 

Bonnie Hayes posted on 4/15/18

My deepest sympathy for the loss of your niece. My prayers are with you.

 

Dan and Vicky Hinds posted on 4/15/18

Annette was beautiful inside and out. I know God brought his daughter home but the world is less without her. I pray for peace love comfort for all of her family during this difficult time. She will be missed!

 

Bev Anderson posted on 4/15/18

My fondest memory of Annette was when she sang solos at church. I always thought she sounded like an angel. I was disappointed when she stopped and encouraged her many times to sing just one more time. She was very special and I loved her.

 

Brian,Bill and Linda Kennett posted on 4/14/18

Sorry to hear about Lu and your loss. I know that Lu and Dave were good examples of how to live the Christian Faith.David,Deborah and Donna and all your families are in our Thoughts and Prayers.

 

Marjorie Blum posted on 4/14/18

My love for Lu goes way back when we both had young children. I trusted her with my little ones. My family spent some wonderful times with Lu, Dave and their three children. Lu always had a loving and giving heart. I will miss our talks and my cards. Thank you God for this friend.

 

Tammy (Wade) Capps posted on 4/14/18

So sorry to hear of y'all's loss. Lu was such a good friend to our family, as was your dad too. Keeping you in my prayers for strength and comfort.

 

 

Peg Kruger posted on 4/14/18

Picturing you on a beautiful beach with Dad K. May you find peace, and the most beautiful shells.

 

John & Marsha Miller posted on 4/14/18

Lacricia was always happy and positive, in spite of her pain and discomfort. We loved visiting with her and checking in with her. Lacricia will be greatly missed, especially by her West Side family. We will see her later, in God's timing.

 

Dawn Hinds-Gaskey posted on 4/13/18

Monica, Kim, Terry & Marvin... I am so sorry for the loss of your mother. Know that I am thinking of all of you, at this difficult time. If you ever need to reach me 630-776-6379 or dawngaskey@sbcglobal.net. Again, my condolences to all of you and your entire family.

 

 

Ricky McKee posted on 4/11/18

In peace..onward to eternity.

 

 

Ricky McKee posted on 4/11/18

Rest in peace Mary you and Jim are forever together. My memories are very fond. One tough cookie it was a pleasure to know you both. Peace be with you.

 

Shirley Smith posted on 4/11/18

You may not remember me but I remember RayRay when he was a little guy. He was such a likeable boy. I have you & Tammy in my Thoughts & Prayers at this difficult time.

 

Ann posted on 4/10/18

I knew Mary from the Harvard Park Neighborhood Association. I was on the Board with her for awhile. I liked her so much, she was a great person who truly cared about others. She will be missed by all fortunate enough to have known her.

 

Denice Vidor posted on 4/10/18

I'm so sorry to hear of Pat's passing. She & Chuck were our neighbors on Linden Lane for many years and we had a lot of good times & laughs together. She was such a sweet lady and I will always remember her kindness, her sunny smile and those big beautiful eyes!!

 

Jerry and Freda Morescki posted on 4/10/18

Condolences to Al's family. Al and June were very good to Mary Morescki, our mother/mother-in-law. Blessings. Jerry and Freda Morescki, Mesa, AZ

 

Mary Jo Seiz and Danny Petrilli posted on 4/10/18

Just as in the picture, Ray's smile was always there. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

 

M. Rose posted on 4/10/18

I'm so sorry to learn about the loss of your beloved Mrs. Klunick. May all of you be comforted by our Heavenly Father who comforts us during our trials. 2Corinthians 1:3,4 Revelation 21:4

 

Ben Zemaitis posted on 4/9/18

Bill, please accept my condolences for the loss of your father. I had the privilege and honor to work with him many years as a fellow Chief Internal Auditor. He was an extraordinary professional and an individual whom I liked and respected

 

Ken Sommer posted on 4/8/18

Jim and Alex I am sorry for your loss. Your mother was special in many ways. Our prayers are with you and your family.

 

Dave and Marilyn Koehler posted on 4/8/18

Very sorry to hear about Ray, he was a very nice guy.

 

Jerry Thornton posted on 4/8/18

I am sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. May he be at peace in the heaven with Almighty God

 

Tim & Teri Fleckenstein posted on 4/8/18

Terry: So sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. May God give you His Peace in this time of grief...Tim & Teri.

 

 

Michael Havrilka posted on 4/8/18

I enjoyed working with Mary at the clinic.Always had a story to tell that would make me laugh.

 

Allie Carnes (Fredericksburg, VA) posted on 4/8/18

I was raised by a village and Mary was very much a part of that village. She looked after me when I had to stay home from school with the chicken pox and gave me my first summer job tending to her gardens. She made every 4th of July and Christmas extra special. When she knew I was home alone and a storm was coming she called to make sure I was okay or see if I needed somewhere to go. She taught me to play piano and showed me the ways of Benny Goodman. At her own peril, she taught me how to use a sewing machine. With her, no craft project was impossible. I am lucky to have been included in her family and so very grateful for her kindness and generosity. I will miss her. JD and Janell, know I am sending love and prayers your way.

 

Anne Funk posted on 4/8/18

To Alissa's family, I am so sorry for your loss. I graded the Bar Exam with Alissa for 8ish years. I heard about Sorry I accidentally sent. I just heard about her death in the paper. She was a smart, beautiful young lady. Much too young to pass away. I grieve for your loss and the wonderful things she could have achieved in her lifetime. If its any indication, the truckloads of animal food and bedding, etc was just a glimpse of what she could achieve and organize for areas in need. I pray for all of you and your tremendous loss.

 

Lori Allen posted on 4/8/18

I only knew Lacricia a short time. But she certainly touched my heart. She was a hoot! I'll never forget her. She lives on in our memories and I think of her often.

 

Cousin Bonnie posted on 4/8/18

Dear Shirley and family; Cousin Vick has left a special mark on so many hearts. He was a good man who was always there for anyone needing a helping hand. I pray you will find comfort in the loving memories he has left us.

 

 

Mickey & Doris Walker posted on 4/7/18

So sorry for your loss! Knew Mary when her Reverend Covey was our pastor in Pana. She was a special lady!

 

 

Evelyn Hildebrand posted on 4/7/18

Remembering Mary

 

 

Evelyn Hildebrand posted on 4/7/18

So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with Mary’s family. I worked with Mary ay Springfield Clinic. She was a lovely lady and special person, Always enjoyed her.

 

 

Evelyn Hildebrane posted on 4/7/18

So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for your family. I worked with Mary at Springefield Clinic. She wa asee lovely lady and always a smile.

 

Rosalie Bullard posted on 4/7/18

Lacrecia was always friendly towards others. A nice person.

 

Wally Cox posted on 4/7/18

Marilyn, So sorry to hear of your loss. Hang in there kiddo and remember the good times.

 

Rebecca Benson posted on 4/7/18

Peace and Blessings to you. I worked with Larry as the "token" female coach at Raymond Junior High. Great guy. I am sure he will be missed.

 

Lisa and Robert Boone posted on 4/6/18

Lacricia was a fun loving woman. It didn't matter if she was sick or not she always made jokes to make people laugh. Lacricia was a very special lady. She had a wonderful personality and believed in God with all her heart and soul. She is in heaven with her family and can now rest in peace. God Bless you. RIP. Love Lisa and Robert Boone

 

 

Tom & Jane Wilson posted on 4/6/18

We will miss Lacricia and all of our good times together we all had. She is up in heaven with no pain now and smiling,laughing, at everything. She was always laughing even though she had health issues and the life of the party. Rest in Peace Lacricia . God Bless You! Love, Tom & Jane

 

Karen and dale blankenship posted on 4/6/18

Karen so sorry to hear of your dads passing. I have fond memories of both your mom and dad. Prayers for comfort during this difficult time.

 

Linda McQuinn posted on 4/6/18

Sorry to hear of Ray’s passing. He was a good friend. Our prayers are with your family.

 

Mike & Tracy Scaduto posted on 4/5/18

Our sincere sympathy to Ken, Drew and Katelyn on the loss of Judy. I know she loved her family very much. She was always willing to help others whenever they needed it. She fought the good fight. Peace to you all.

 

Cindy McCurley posted on 4/5/18

Mom, There is not day go by you are not thought of. I still miss you today like it was yesterday. I hear your voice and feel you close. I have no regrets but, still want more time with you. You taught me how to be the woman I am and for that, thank you. Gone but never forgotten. I love you and can’t wait to see you again!!!

 

Sue Coffinbargar posted on 4/5/18

Lynnie, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your son. Please know that I am thinking of you and your family.

 

Ron Turner posted on 4/5/18

To the Young family: I had intended to come to your dad's visitation last night, and apologize for not having made it there. I always enjoyed knowing your dad, and all of your family, in the years that we were at the Blue Ridge Club. May you have many fond memories of him. My sympathies and best wishes to all of you!

 

Donna Roth posted on 4/4/18

Mike and I were so sorry to hear about Judy's passing. Judy was a wonderful person who could sing like an angel and she made friends with everyone.

 

Rich Webster posted on 4/4/18

Patsy was my older cousin. I worked for her father on their farm in the 1950's, 1960's. She was a nice lady. I knew their family well. They were wonderful people and I will never forget them. I have nothing but fond memories of them. God Bless them all.

 

Craig M. Vossler posted on 4/4/18

I moved to Hudson around 1970 and started sixth grade at a new school. I had Mr. Woods for a teacher and coach, the first male teacher I ever had. I now know he was only in his mid twenties, but seemed so much older, in a good way. I can't say how important that was for me as my Dad worked out of town quite often. I can still remember to this day one of his favorite words, probably from a Geography lesson, that word was, fjord. He just liked the way it sounded. Mr. Woods also helped me as a coach, primarily in basketball, as I had never played it organizationally. I can also still remember he and his friends coming back to the grade school on Friday or Saturday nights to play basketball. A few of his students would hang around and get to shoot baskets when they took a break. And if we were lucky and they needed extra players, get to play with them. Thank you Mr. Woods for helping me become a better person. My heart goes out to the Woods family, may peace be with you all.

 

Sandy Wilmot posted on 4/4/18

Tammy, I was sad to hear about your brother. Praying for you and your family.

 

Janice Bourret posted on 4/4/18

I am so sorry for your loss and sincerely hope warm, loving memories fill your heart and keep him close to you. (Ray's great-grandfather was my uncle.) grandmother,

 

Rita Schultz posted on 4/4/18

Tammy, So sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Lynn Bierma posted on 4/4/18

My condolences to Ken and his family. Judy's spirit will always be with you.

 

Liz Hager posted on 4/4/18

Lynnie I’m so sorry. Love and prayers.

 

Liz Hager posted on 4/4/18

Lynnie I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers for your family.

 

Linda Kane posted on 4/4/18

So very sad to see this. He was so full of life. Great guy.

 

 

Annette “Nettie” (Fox) Sisti posted on 4/4/18

I remember Ray from our childhood. His family lived down the street from ours. Sad to see such a young man go so early.

 

Me & Mrs Bill Danner posted on 4/4/18

Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss. May you be comforted by the outpouring of love surrounding you. Words cannot even express our sorrow. May your heart and soul find peace and comfort

 

Suzie Weiss posted on 4/3/18

This was a super person whom I always enjoyed seeing over the many years. RIP my friend

 

Barbara Scher Hassan posted on 4/3/18

Just saw Judy at the Chatsworth Celebration last June am so sorry to hear about her passing she was truly a great person and will be greatly missed Prayers for he famiy and friends

 

Jacquelyn R Hughes posted on 4/3/18

Dear Shirley and family, I was saddened to hear of Vick's passing. He was always a joy to be around! He will be greatly missed by many. I know that he is rejoicing in heaven and reuniting with his mom, dad and Joey and other loved ones. God bless You and may He comfort you and your family. Love, Jackie (Judy's daughter)

 

Kevin Tholen posted on 4/3/18

Trev&Chad... I'm so sorry to hear about your Dad. Guys, I had no idea he was a coach!! I think of my coaches often, and the impact that ripples through my life, even unto today. They are some of my most fond...and important...memories. God bless Coach...and God bless the entire Woods' clan!! ~Kevin ps. Trev, over 20 yrs ago you were a great friend to me when you didn't have to be. Understand one thing...I'll NEVER forget it. Thank you so much Trevis. Here's to seeing your Dad again!

 

Noah Bazis posted on 4/3/18

Judy truly lived her life in the service of others. She volunteered hundreds upon hundreds of hours over many years to support working families, and she kept right on serving until she was no longer able. Judy was inspiring, dedicated and she touched countless lives with her selflessness and kindness. I offer my deepest condolences to her family. In this difficult time, may you be wrapped in the warmth of the memories you shared with her and take solace in knowing how much good she brought into the world every day.

 

Vinell (Hughes) Miranda posted on 4/3/18

My sympathy for all of Judy’s family. We were in school together and always stood by each other in chorus. She was a very special person and will be greatly missed. Cherish all your precious memories.

 

Ellen & Thomas Robinson posted on 4/3/18

God bless Judy's family and friends. I met Judy through a mutual co-worker and she became my friend too. She was an ultimate professional there at the Auditor General's office. We also enjoyed our lunch with both Ken & Judy at Jungle Jim's Café. God bless you.

 

Deborah Tuttle, your goddaughter posted on 4/3/18

Rachel, a woman that became my Godmother. Who was filled with God's grace. Rachel an honorable loving person that always smiled. I never saw her angry, I only saw sorry, but she did not stumble her ways to the Lord. Rachel, I will always love you and I thank you for your inspiration. Rachel, I hope to have your heart and follow your path that you had with the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Peace is now with you. I will always love you .

 

 

Steve posted on 4/3/18

You will be very missed!

 

Bill Gardner posted on 4/3/18

I felt part of the Woods family for much of my youth, living for a time directly across the street on Dale. A bunch of us would congregate in the Woods' backyard for various sports, especially basketball where a hoop was attached to a tree. It seemed we could all dunk because the hoop was pretty low. And we became the first class to graduate from Oakdale Elementary. A group that continued as friends forever, it seemed, through NCHS and then off to various colleges. Even then, the Woods residence, which Larry shared with Reid Stein, was a gathering spot. Every single high school reunion and mini-reunion, whether some of us were there or not, Larry was there. He was the one who knew everything about our class. He never seemed to forget anything. The class has lost a lot of history that can never be recovered. And we've lost a piece of ourselves.

 

 

Rosalyn Conrad Nottke posted on 4/3/18

Judy was always involved in the lives of everyone she knew. She always had a smile on her face. May God bless you Judy!! You were a great cousin. Roz

 

Karen Hoffek posted on 4/3/18

My deepest sympathy to the Lazar family on the loss of Judy. I value the information she was so will to share. Her support for children who needed an advocate was amazing.

 

Roger Randolph posted on 4/3/18

On behalf of the Springfield VITA Volunteer Group I can attest to Judy's desire to help others. She will be greatly missed by the entire staff.

 

Jenny posted on 4/3/18

I miss you, Grandpa

 

Leslie Quiram posted on 4/3/18

Mr. Woods was my fifth and sixth grade school teacher and he was ALWAYS a gentleman and someone to look up to. He was also a wonderful coach. Absolutely nothing but fond memories and I appreciate the role he played in shaping my life.

 

 

Joyce Bushnell posted on 4/3/18

My condolences to Lori and Rick

 

Dick & Mary Lou Estill posted on 4/2/18

Remembering the friendship we made with Judy at Cardiac Rehab. Thinking of Ken and other family.

 

 

Jim Cribbett posted on 4/2/18

Ken & family. I am so sorry for your loss. You all will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Cary & Joy Franks posted on 4/2/18

Both Joy and have known Judy for many years from church and the state of Illinois. We will miss you greatly as a dear friend for many years.

 

Linda Lutes Boyle posted on 4/2/18

Thoughts & prayers to the family. Ginger & I went to school together from kindergarten. Sorry to hear of her passing.

 

Gloria from Walgreens posted on 4/2/18

Ms Shirley, very sorry about the loss of your husband. He was always so nice to me each time i waited on him. He will be missed, take care

 

Janet (Wolff) Foster posted on 4/2/18

Bill, sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. I have fond memories of both your Dad and Mom from our days of working at the Firm. Please extend my condolences to your Mom and family.

 

Michael and Tammy Estes (Willoughby) posted on 4/2/18

Heartfelt condolences from us. Vic was a wonderful man and he will be truly missed

 

Cary D Franks posted on 4/2/18

While working for the state of Illinois and also as a member of the Springfield Chapter of the Illinois Chapter of the IIA knew Bill and thought highly of him. May God bless and keep you.

 

Cary & Joy Franks posted on 4/2/18

Joy and I will miss you Rachel. You are a very special friend. May God bless you.

 

Otto Fafoglia posted on 4/1/18

So sorry to hear of Bill’s passing. I worked with Bill at CMS and found him to be a great professional, helpful and always ready to solve a problem or help. Condolences to his family and am sure he will be missed.

 

Bob and Peggy Bono posted on 4/1/18

Dear Lori and Family we were so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother . Please know that you and your family are in our hearts and prayers at this time.(We are always here for you). Love, Dad and Mom in Florida

 

Shari Andrew posted on 4/1/18

I am sad to see that Fred has passed away. He worked with my husband for many years at the Sanitary District, in fact, we interacted with him and Mary since they lived on N. 19th and we on N. 20th. He was a special guy, Roger thought the world of him!

 

 

Wade an Deb Wiseman posted on 4/1/18

Terry no that he is in a better place and he is watching for u !

 

 

Teresa Edwards Rathbone posted on 3/31/18

Sorry for your loss Terry and family.

 

 

Teresa Edwards Rathbone posted on 3/31/18

Terry and family,so sorry for loss. Sending prayers your way.

 

 

Linda Campanelli posted on 3/31/18

Miss u so much grandpa

 

Greg Hurst posted on 3/30/18

Bill, I am sorry for your loss. What a wonderful life’s story. Peace be with you. Peace be with you.

 

Rick and Karen Woodrum posted on 3/30/18

Rick and I are so sorry for the loss of Vic. He was such a wonderful man. Shirley we will never forget all he, you and your family did for our son Chad. You treated him like one of your family at a time he needed it. I will say prayers for all of you to help you through this most difficult time. God Bless each of you.

 

Stephanie Grider posted on 3/30/18

Sorry for your loss. The Grider family enjoyed visiting and talking with Fred over the years. He will be missed.

 

david l venable posted on 3/29/18

so sorry to Shirley and family for your loss what a great man vic was to not only his family but all his friends and all the young men he helped with his coaching and sponsorship of summer baseball he was always there for whatever anyone needed there will never be another like him I am so grateful that I knew him we sure never went hungry

 

Carol & Dave Baird posted on 3/28/18

We lived next to John for years in Trevi Gardens. John was always there to lend a helping hand and had a ready smile. He was a lovely man and we will miss him.

 

Bill & Shirley Milburn posted on 3/28/18

We lived next door to John and his family for many years in Jerome. A great neighbor and family man. John was always ready with a quick smile and greeting. I know he will be missed by friends and family alike.

 

Tom Chivari posted on 3/27/18

My condolences to the family. I new and respected the Harlaub family. Having worked for Don Sr. and growing up in Aurora, I know how difficult it is to see such a wonderful person leave us. God Bless

 

Matt H. posted on 3/26/18

My condolences to all the family members affected. Even though I did not know him well...he sure was very knowledgeable about repairing automobiles. Go with God.

 

Fred posted on 3/26/18

Though I do not know your loved one, I am touched by your loss. So I extend my heartfelt condolences for the loss of your beloved, Douglas. Please know that Jehovah God and his son Jesus Christ is aware of your pain and they care for you. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) . I hope that you are able to find some comfort in God's promise of paradise where there will be no more pain and sorrow (Revelation 21:4,5)  and the many wonderful  memories of your loved one becoming a reality in the future resurrection in paradise.  (Acts 24:15). Please accept my sincere condolences.

 

Jo Myles posted on 3/24/18

So sorry for your loss.  During this difficult time, find comfort in God's thrilling promise found at Revelation 21: 3, 4 to soon wipe out every tear from our eyes, for death to be no more , and no more pain these things will be done away.  Knowing this promise I hope wiil give you the strength to endure. 

 

 

The Sideners posted on 3/23/18

Delores was the sweetest. Always out working in her yard while she was still at home. We will miss her.

 

Alexis Wolf posted on 3/22/18

Millie was a very loving and caring woman. I looked up to her when I worked with her at Walmart. She was so sweet. You will be missed. Love you Millie..

 

 

Bobbie Mccray posted on 3/22/18

My deepest sympathy to Millie's family. I worked with her at Walmart. Always enjoyed talking to her. She was a special lady.

 

Rose Connolly posted on 3/22/18

My sincere condolences to the friends and family of Alfred Hollinshead Jr. Blessings to all of you at this time.

 

Bill and Deb Singer posted on 3/22/18

I loved our neighborly "parking lot chats"! He was definitely one of a kind and will be missed. Sending the family prayers and hugs (and Kleenex)!

 

Marcia P aoni posted on 3/22/18

Zelma was such a joy to be around! Loved our times @ fit club in exercise class

 

 

Vince Canille posted on 3/22/18

I love you Dad

 

Melanie Nichols posted on 3/22/18

Terri and family, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved mother. Though I never had the privilege of meeting her, I know she was a strong woman based on the family she raised. God be with you in this difficult time. You are in my family’s thoughts and prayers.

 

Martha Degutis posted on 3/22/18

I'm very sorry that I am unable to be there on Saturday. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Doug was very special to our family, especially mom. Aunt Frances loved those visits from the family at Roberts.

 

Sandy Shaw posted on 3/21/18

So sorry for your Families loss. I worked with Millie at Wal_Mart. Very sweet lady and had a lot of fun with her. R.I.P Millie. You will be missed

 

Dr. Monte and Jennifer Reevis posted on 3/21/18

Again, our deepest sympathies to Uncle Pete and family since we were able to say goodbye at the funeral. She was always the greatest cook, but my furthest memory was always New Years Eve, when Pete and Mary would go over to my parents house(George and Jean) and play canasta card game until midnight. They would write down whose turn it was after the break because one year, there was a "dispute". The ladies prevailed, but we know how made comments for several years thereafter. At midnight, Dad and Pete would load up there guns and fire them off. Without lead I hope. This occurred for over 25 years. Family and friends good memories Aunt Mary

 

Ron Krohse posted on 3/21/18

Karen, Vince, and family, May God bless each of you and fill you with His strength. What a blessing for us to have known Bill. Love, Ron and Mary Ann Krohse

 

Evalena posted on 3/21/18

Sorry for your loss. I am glad i got to see her when she was here in Pa. She was a very sweet and loving person.

 

William Schwartz posted on 3/21/18

My condolences on the death of Don. I am a long time friend of the Hartlaub family.

 

 

Jim Cribbett posted on 3/21/18

Mary and family: We, Jane and I, are so sorry to learn of Dons passing. We have some great memories of him at a Riverton. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Jim Cribbett posted on 3/21/18

Vince and family. We, Jane and I, are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Regina Allen posted on 3/21/18

Jimmy, Donald, David and Katrina.....so sorry for your loss. Remember the good times you had with your mom and how much she really loved all 4 of her kids.

 

 

Stephanie Whitehead posted on 3/21/18

Fly high

 

Patricia A. Presock posted on 3/21/18

My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I didn't know Mildred that well but she is my cousin and when she visited in Pa. I tried to make sure we got together. We will miss her.

 

 

Johnny and Tricia “Trish” DeRosa posted on 3/21/18

Mary, Kristi, Brian and families, We are so sorry for your loss. Don, best known to us as “Mr./Coach Hartlaub” was a great man, teacher and coach who will be remembered by many for the positive impact he made on the lives of his students (including me – TD), friends, family and the people in the communities that he lived in. He will be forever remembered, forever missed.

 

 

Marsha and Alan Humphrey posted on 3/20/18

Millie was a special person who loved her friends and family. She had a ready smile and was always fun to be with.....thank you Millie for being part of our life's! We will honor your memory through our love for Katrina, Scylah and Kora....

 

Cindy Fitzgerald posted on 3/20/18

I am so sorry to hear of my friend and fellow track coach. My prayers are with your family friends, former students and athletes. I first met Don when he hosted the Fr-So Track Girls Invitational at Riverton. As a young girls track coach at Argenta-Oreana, I learned so much from him through the years but non more than his love for the sport and the triple jump. He was one of the first to ever have the TJ in meets and helped ramrod the event into the IHSA State Meet. He was the reason that I fell in love with the TJ and he taught me more than he will ever know. I will forever be thankful. Rest in Peace my friend- a race well run!

 

Jamie Oller posted on 3/20/18

Bill will be missed by our whole family. He was a great friend and always there to lend a helping hand. His sayings and phrases always brought a smile to my face. We will miss you. Rest easy because Vicky will be taken care of.

 

Norman Casson posted on 3/20/18

I've known Bill and his family for many years. In fact, he was my grade school principal at New Berlin many years ago. His oldest son, Billy was in my graduating class and Vince was only a few years behind us. I remember taking trips with the Camilles to their camping spot on Otter lake. I have many great memories of Mr. Camille and I always respected him. My sincerest condolences to Vince and Karen. I know Bill will truly be missed.

 

Rick Ford posted on 3/20/18

You learn much about a golf cart partner while sharing the many joys and disappointments of the game. Looking for each other's lost golf ball was common, but Don's were usually the most challenging to find after a seldom, slicing, off-target drive at Red Tail Run. A good sport, competitive, encouraging, respectful, and always a gentleman..... that was Don Hartlaub.

 

 

Eric Becker posted on 3/20/18

Very sorry to hear this. I had him as a health teacher in high school. Very nice man. Very good teacher. Rest in Peace.

 

Jim & Sally Kuczek posted on 3/20/18

We're very sorry to hear of Don's passing. He was the consumate professional whose enthusiasm and love of life made those around him better.

 

Ray Campbell posted on 3/20/18

you were a good friend , we had a lot of fun at the race tracks , your passing will leave a large hole in this world . I think Tory's memorandum says it all when it comes to the family . R.I.P.----Ray

 

E.Deron Viola posted on 3/20/18

To the Hartlaub Family ; Sorry for your Loss !

 

Anne Murphy Watson posted on 3/20/18

Mary, Kristi, Brian, and all the family. It’s obvious from the previous posts that Don was a great man. I first saw him coach when I took my little girls to watch the big girls play basketball. He was a patient and well-respected coach and educator. My thoughts are with you all.

 

Roger Lowe posted on 3/20/18

I am so saddened to hear this; I was Don's roommate on road games with the Millikin basketball team; he was a great guy, and he will truly be missed.

 

 

Kelly kelley posted on 3/20/18

So sorry for your loss, he was a great teacher. Your family are in our thoughts and prayers

 

 

Vincent and Vanessa Rodriguez posted on 3/20/18

Our heartfelt regards to the entire family during this difficult time. May the Lord bless all of you with love and affection now and forever. With our deepest sympathy, Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Rodriguez

 

Luke Stone posted on 3/20/18

Mary, Brian, Kristi and Family, so sorry for your loss. Don was a true inspiration in many peoples lives, to include my own. I greatly appreciate you sharing him with us over the many years of his devoted service to the community. Thank you Mr. Hartlaub! Rest in peace, sir.

 

Dave Kane posted on 3/20/18

To the Camille family, our family is very sorry for your loss. I hope all the good memories of Bill's life will help boost you during this difficult time.

 

Dave Kane posted on 3/20/18

To all of the Hartlaubs, very sorry about your loss, but I'm glad his difficult battle is over and he's at peace and whole again. I had great admiration and respect for Don!

 

Scott and Marian Jeter posted on 3/20/18

Praying for you all during this time of grief.

 

Scott and Marian Jeter posted on 3/20/18

So so sorry for your loss! What a role model he was for all of us with all of his many ministries, husband, Father, teacher, and coach. Rest In Peace, for you Mary and your beautiful family.

 

Glen Weber posted on 3/20/18

I am sorry to hear of the loss of Don. I had the pleasure to go to high school with Don at Roncalli / Aurora Central Catholic Hiigh School. Don was one year ahead of me. I always admired Don as an athlete and a person. He always acted in a classy manner. I pray for his soul and offer my deepest condolences to his immediate family and Brothers and Sisters. May he be welcomed into Heaven by his Mom and Dad.

 

Tami VanPelt posted on 3/20/18

Very sorry for your loss. He was my first track coach at Tri-City....

 

Pam (Ellis) Ward posted on 3/19/18

Prayers to the family. Me. Hartlaub was a fantastic teacher.

 

Jackie Patkes Rocco posted on 3/19/18

Terri and Tony, I’m so sorry to hear about Zelma. I will always remember her fondly. You and your families will be in my thoughts and prayers.

 

 

Rose Karalunas/ Arletta Downing posted on 3/19/18

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Family. God be with you during this difficult time.

 

Bobby Dambacher posted on 3/19/18

To the family of Mr Hartlaub. Prayers. He was a great teacher. A good man. Very thoughtful and caring. Sorry for your loss.

 

Dennis McQuinn posted on 3/19/18

Bill and I had a lot of fun back in the day racing around on the street he was a great guy he will be missed sorry for your loss to the Jarrett Family Prayers with you. Dennis McQuinn

 

 

Meg Prasse posted on 3/19/18

You will be missed DG. Rest in God's presence reaping all the rewards you have built in your heavenly home. A shining example to us all.

 

Greg & Deb Behrens posted on 3/19/18

Mary & Brian- Deb and I are extremely saddened to hear of the passing of Don. Your husband and father was a very good coach and an even classier man. Don will be dearly missed by those he impacted in Riverton.

 

John M Adam posted on 3/19/18

Kathy, I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Nancy Busby posted on 3/19/18

Sending heart felt sympathy to Zelma's family. There could never have been better neighbors than Bob and Zelma. Great friends. Wonderful memories.

 

Nancy Busby posted on 3/19/18

Zelma M. Ruzic

 

Johnny & Trish DeRosa posted on 3/19/18

Mary and family, Words cannot express our sadness and sorrow over the passing of Don, best known to us as "Mr./Coach Hartlaub". We will remember him for all of the positive ways he impacted and touched his student's lives, including mine, (TD) as well as the people and the communities in which he lived. He will be missed, but not forgotten. God Bless. Johnny and Trish (Tricia) DeRosa Riverton, Illinois

 

Leo Dougherty posted on 3/19/18

I met your mom in 1955, shortly before she met your dad and got married. They were always very special and kind people. Our sincere sympathy to you all. Leo and Norma Dougherty

 

Sue Cook posted on 3/19/18

To family of Bonnie, my deepest sympathy. She and I go way back when she worked at Horace Mann. Gosh, she, myself and Darlene Burtle would go to Jacksonville on a Saturday night. cause I had the car. such fun we had back in the 50s. She was so much fun. She called me Sue Sue. Rest in peace Dear Lady.

 

Peggy roderick posted on 3/19/18

Sending thoughts and prayers . So sorry to hear about your brother.peggy and family

 

Suzie Rothenberg posted on 3/19/18

Pam and Family so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing . Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Paul and Suzie

 

Kay Rice posted on 3/19/18

Jake, so sorry for the loss of your brother.

 

David and Phyllis harter posted on 3/19/18

You will be missed by many you were a good friend mr bill

 

Dallas R Owens posted on 3/19/18

I grew up next door to Pete and Mary, she was a wonderful neighbor. Mary always greeted you with a smile and a warm hello. Mary will be missed.

 

 

Roy Wilbur posted on 3/19/18

Prayers to the Family

 

Sandy Conway posted on 3/18/18

Vicki, Krista and Tory, I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love you all. Sandy

 

 

Tory Thomas posted on 3/18/18

Thank you for giving me the best life a girl could ask for i love u daddy RIP

 

Jasmine Owens posted on 3/18/18

Condolences to the Bono Family, as a neighbor and friend for over 30 years she will be missed.

 

Brian & Chalyce Hayes posted on 3/18/18

We loved Zelma and are sorry for your loss. We have many good memories of working with her at Thrifty's. She was like a mom to us all. We will miss her.

 

Julie Vanderwater posted on 3/17/18

Oh! Terri, Tony and families, we are just heartbroken! Much love to all of you! Julie Vanderwater and Gerry Havenar

 

Sacramenta Landrum posted on 3/17/18

My deepest condolences to the Bono family and friends for the loss of your loved one Mary. You will be reunited with Mary again right here on a brand new Paradise Earth under Jesus Christ Kingdom rule Daniel 2:44 that he taught his followers to pray to come in the Lord's Prayer Matthew 6:10 no more sickness pain or death Life Without End Revelation 21:1-5.

 

Deb Beard posted on 3/17/18

Mary, I am so sorry to hear of Gene's passing. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Would love to see you, E-mail and we can get a cup of coffee.

 

Deb and Fred Hahn posted on 3/17/18

Mary we were so sorry to hear of Gene’s passing. Our thoughts are with you and his family.

 

Sipes Family posted on 3/17/18

We have so many fond memories of your mom Crystal! So grateful that we became friends through Trinity. Very sorry that we missed her service!!! We love you guys.

 

Chris Knepler posted on 3/17/18

Sincere Condolences from the ACST, you will be missed.

 

Michael Kleppin posted on 3/16/18

Thank you Mark for your kind words about Dad. He was truly the most genuine individual I've ever known and a great man. He was loving and sincere with those who knew him. He has always been my Hero and I, as everyone who knew him, will miss him terribly.

 

Carla Sapoznikov posted on 3/16/18

Virginia was a such a special person! Her laughter never failed to brighten my day! She will be greatly missed!!

 

Carol & Alex Ferguson posted on 3/16/18

Emily - We're so sorry to hear of your loss. Sending thoughts and prayers for strength during this difficult time.

 

Colleen (Tobin) Troesch posted on 3/15/18

Crystal and Courtney

 

Chuck Herr posted on 3/15/18

Always enjoyed working with Virginia and her wonderful personality and smile.

 

Chuck Herr posted on 3/15/18

Chuck Herr

 

 

Wyatt Family posted on 3/15/18

Virginia was such a nice lady. We are very sorry for your loss.

 

 

Wyatt Family posted on 3/15/18

Such a nice lady!

 

Shannon & Chuck Coe posted on 3/15/18

I'm so very sorry Roger. My heart goes out to to and all your family. There are no words i can say to take away your pain. Just know I'm here if there is anything i can do for you. God bless you and all your family.

 

 

Nereida posted on 3/14/18

I'll miss your wonderful, happy laughter. When heard from a distance, it always made me smile. I miss you already, Ginny.

 

Brenda Brammer posted on 3/14/18

I am so saddened by Bonnie's passing. She was a wonderful person and cared so much about everyone. She was the first friend I had at Standard Mutual Claims and quickly became my best friend there. I fondly remember her smiling face and laugh.She was so proud of her girls and grandchildren. They were her life. I will always remember the fun we had at work and away. I really loved her and will miss her smiling face. Crystal you can know that you did everything for your Mother and never for one minute think that you didn't! I know she will always be watching over you and in your heart.

 

Glenda and Ken Thompson, Plainfield, IN posted on 3/14/18

What a legacy Mr. Beatty left and what an inspiring life he led. The Beatty's are a wonderful family. I'm glad I have the pleasure of knowing you. Our condolences for your loss. I'm sure your hearts are hurting.

 

Jane Ward posted on 3/14/18

A dear woman with a beautiful family and so many friends. We all loved her too.

 

Ashley Walz posted on 3/13/18

Marti has been my next door neighbor for the past 7 years and seen me through many of my huge life milestones. She always had a smile on her face. She loved to let my daughter play with Peppy (?sp), her beloved pup! I'll miss chatting with her on our driveways. She was such a kind soul! My condolences to her family. I'll keep you close in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Mark Scheff posted on 3/13/18

I met Walt in 1997 and he really was a man’s man. A great role model. He will always live on when hit a hole in one and it was captured on video by WICS golf challenge. Couldn’t have happened to a more deserving human being. He also should be commended for taking such good care of his wife during her illness. May Jesus Christ rest your soul and comfort your families sorrow. Such a privilege to have met him.

 

Ken and Kay Carter posted on 3/12/18

Henry was such a great friend. He lived life to the fullest. We will always remember his smile and his laughter. Thanks Henry for the wonderful memories. We feel blessed to have had such a wonderful friend. We shall miss our great friend. With deepest sympathy. Ken and Kay

 

Mary Gene Fearn Snelson posted on 3/12/18

Thinking of you and remembering you with fondness. As a classmate, you will be missed.

 

TomBurk posted on 3/12/18

Marcia,Amy,Angela, Henry was the most energized man I ever met,he always waved early every morning on his way to the YMCA or running in the street with his Big Smile. I am sure when he returned home from his workout that he was planning to be with his family for the evening or some upcoming event.Henry left a great Legacy for his family and grandchildren. Sorry for your loss. Tom,Pam,Katie and Patrick Burk

 

Chris Barber posted on 3/12/18

Angie, I'm so sorry for your loss. I will be keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Amy Peifer posted on 3/12/18

Rest In Peace, Dad. It’s so hard understanding that you’re not physically here with us, but we are at peace knowing that you are in eternal peace and finally free of pain. Your determined soul won your fight. We sure will miss your enthusiastic taste of life and your signature thumbs up smile pose. It won’t be easy to carry on without you, but it’s comforting to know that you will forever be with us in everything that we do.

 

 

Carla Burkart posted on 3/12/18

Henry was such a fun loving, always smiling guy, who loved his family. He will be so missed by many. Love to Marcia, , I will be thinking of you and send my prayers to you, and your family Carla Burkart

 

Dennis Albanese posted on 3/11/18

Our deepest condolences to the Oldani family. So sorry to hear of your loss. May he rest in peace.

 

 

Dennis Albanese posted on 3/11/18

Our deepest condolences to the Oldani family.

 

 

Dulany and Pat (Saladino) Sriner posted on 3/11/18

Mike and Vicki and family, We are so sorry for your loss. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time of bereavement. Sincere sympathy, love, and prayers, Dulany and Pat (Saladino) Sriner and family

 

Denny and Linda Hayes posted on 3/11/18

Butch was such a kind gentleman, genuine good guy. My dad Leo LaFauce enjoyed their friendship and golf games. Peace and prayers for your family.

 

Kat Corrigan posted on 3/10/18

I worked with Dennis at the Library I will keep him in my prayers.

 

Tom Hecht posted on 3/10/18

Wilma: So sad to hear of Dave’s passing. I’ll always remember the great days I had working for the two of you after being layed off by the state. Thanks for taking me in!

 

Yvonne and Mark Neale posted on 3/10/18

Penny, so sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers .

 

 

Sandy Costa posted on 3/10/18

So many years of happy memories! He treated us like family and always remembered what we were doing! A happy and sweet man.

 

Jim and Joyce Edwards posted on 3/10/18

Dear Wilma and family--You have our deepest sympathies and prayers. Just a great person! Dave was always a joy to see. He was always the thoughtful, considerate gentleman and, at the same time, interesting. We are so sorry for your lost.

 

Suzanne Nicholson Rechner posted on 3/9/18

Penny-- I was so sad to hear of your Dad's passing. I never knew him but I am sure he was a great guy to have a daughter like you. I am sure Patty would be there for you if she weren't so far away. A fond blast from the past-- Suzy Nicholson Rechner

 

 

Edith Logsdon Large posted on 3/9/18

May God Bless You Dennis. I went to school with you. You were funny and it was good knowing you.

 

Terry Storer posted on 3/9/18

RIP my friend.

 

 

Gary Boyce posted on 3/9/18

Dennis was a great friend and classmate. He will be missed by all his friends and classmates.

 

Kathy Fisher posted on 3/9/18

Bill - I didn't know your dad as well as my husband, J ack Fisher, did but always admired the pictures he took at the sailboat races at Island Bay. Sorry for you loss. My prayers are with you and your family.

 

DENNIS ROSS BILLITER posted on 3/9/18

TO THE FAMILY OF DENNIS WELLER- MY SYMPATHIES & BEST WISHES TO YOU ALL. LAST VISIT WITH DENNIS HE WAS STILL WORKING FOR THE STATE LIBRARY & TAKING HIS JOB VERY SERIOUS, SORRY TO SEE HIM PASS.

 

 

Ethel Snyder posted on 3/9/18

I am so sorry to hear Dennis passed. I worked with him for many years at Illinois State Library. He was a great guy to work with.

 

 

Karen Patterson posted on 3/9/18

I am saddened to see that Mr. Morning has passed. He was quite the man. I looked forward to visiting with him at Woodside Township each year. I shall miss seeing him.

 

Joseph Weller posted on 3/8/18

R.I.P. Great Uncle Denny, see you when I get there.

 

Tom & Jo Ann Currie posted on 3/8/18

Prayers for your family during this time. Class of 1967

 

Irwin & Joan Muncy posted on 3/8/18

Dear Wilma and Family We were sorry to hear about Dave's passing. Because of his faith.you know where he is and that is a comfort. He took wonderful large photograph of our family that we are very pleased with. Please accept our sympathy for your loss.

 

Ellen Carpenter posted on 3/7/18

So sorry for your loss

 

Steve Moore posted on 3/7/18

Sorry to hear of Dave's passing. When I worked at Springfield Public Schools, I was a frequent customer at Televisual. Dave always remembered my name and would chat with me for a few minutes. He was a great guy and i will never forget him.

 

Nancy & Connie Cline posted on 3/7/18

Denny took care of our brother, T.J., through a long illness and we are grateful for the care and love he gave him. May he rest in peace.

 

 

Mary Dycus posted on 3/7/18