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Carolyn and John Warfield posted on 7/18/19
We are so sorry to hear about Marge Onto passing. We extend our deepest condolences to the family of Marge and her grieving family. May God bless her in heaven.
 

Patty Spotz posted on 7/17/19
I am sad to learn of Dave's passing. I worked with Dave for several years while he was earning beer money. Always enjoyed his sense of humor and his football stories. A true Iowan, loved his high school and College adventures. My sincere Condolences to Dottie and his family....he will be missed. ❤ Patty Spotz
 

Spencer Hendron posted on 7/16/19
So sorry to learn of Dave's passing. Superb all around athlete, and competitive hard nosed football team mate....the kind of guy you want on your side. Terrific sense of humor. Drinking buddy. Thoroughly decent human being. Whenever Dave showed up you knew things were going to get good! Terrible loss. RIP soldier.
 

Chuck Juergens posted on 7/16/19
Sorry to learn of Dave's passing. Please extend my condolences and sympathy to the Lock family.
 

 
Sterling Osborn posted on 7/15/19
As someone who married into the family and attended several family weddings, I will always remember how kind and welcoming Megan always was. She always said hello with a warm,. brilliant smile that really did light up the room. She was truly a beautiful soul and the world isn't as bright without her in it. I will truly miss her.
 

John Ripka posted on 7/12/19
Ed,changed my life by inviting me to a summer fraternity meeting at Eureka College.As a result I decided to attend Eureka and that put me on the path to a successful and fulfilling life I am enjoying. Thanks again Ed.You Annie and family are in my prayers.
 

Donna Schisley posted on 7/12/19
My Uncle Eddie will be missed. He was like a second Father to me.I loved him
 

Donna Schisley posted on 7/12/19
Uncle Eddie will be missed. He was like a second Father to me. I loved him.
 

 
Shirley Marcum posted on 7/10/19
God’s Garden By Melissa Shreve God looked around his garden and found an empty place He then looked down upon the Earth and saw your tired face He put his arms around you and lifted you to rest With the help of his angels they flew you to your heavenly place Gods garden must be beautiful, he always takes the best He knew you were suffering, he knew you were in pain He knew that you would never get well on Earth again He saw the road was getting rough and the hills too hard to climb He closed your weary eyelids and whispered “Peace be Thine” It broke our hearts to lose you but you didn’t go alone For part of us went with you the day God called you home.
 

 
Shirley posted on 7/10/19
God’s Garden By Melissa Shreve God looked around his garden and found an empty place He then looked down upon the Earth and saw your tired face He put his arms around you and lifted you to rest With the help of his angels they flew you to your heavenly place Gods garden must be beautiful, he always takes the best He knew you were suffering, he knew you were in pain He knew that you would never get well on Earth again He saw the road was getting rough and the hills too hard to climb He closed your weary eyelids and whispered “Peace be Thine” It broke our hearts to lose you but you didn’t go alone For part of us went with you the day God called you home.
 

Add and Barb Toynton posted on 7/7/19
Our deepest condolences. We were so sorry to hear about the loss of Viola. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

Sandy Berner posted on 7/5/19
My dearest cousin Tommy was truly a fond childhood memory. I will always remember his jokes, kindness, and love for everyone in our family. Now he is playing in Heaven with my Aunt Peter and Aunt Evelyn, and truly missed. Very sad to see the three Chesney brothers turn into two. Love you, Cuz Sandy and Family
 

rivet terrence posted on 7/3/19
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Natalie Moore posted on 7/2/19
The death of a loved one is not easy, but God promises that soon death will be no more. Rev 21:4. Until that time comes may the beautiful memories and the comfort from God help you during your time of loss. 2 Cor 1:3,4.
 

Mrs. Marsh posted on 7/2/19
My sincere condolences to the family for the loss of your dear love one. May each of you find strength through God's word found at John 5:28,29 and Revelation 21:3,4. Please consider reviewing the attached document for more information. https://www.jw.org/en/publications/books/dead-live-again-tract/dead-live-again/
 

Steve and Linnea Kinney posted on 6/30/19
We are sorry we couldn’t be there yesterday as we were out of town! Sue will be missed on our street! If she was outside, she would always wave or stop to speak with us! We are so sorry for your loss!
 

John and Carolyn Warfield posted on 6/29/19
Our deepest condolences to the family of Viola DeHaan. May God bless her soul in heaven and her grieving family who loved her, May they trust in her life she lived with honor and love to all.
 

Ken and Joyce Pagel posted on 6/29/19
Our deepest sympathy to Vi's family. Sending prayers to you, Charlene and David.
 

Vicki Salzman posted on 6/29/19
My memory is always going to visit Aunt Onie,Uncle Wes,and kids. One time we rode into Hebron with her and on our way back a big black jacket bumble bee flew in the window and Pammy pulled off the road and we all bailed out! My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time❤love and prayers to all.❤❤❤
 

Vicki Salzman posted on 6/29/19
I will never forget always going to Aunt Onie and Uncle Wes and kids,playing. One time we rode into Hebron with her in her geto station wagon,and on the way back to her house,a huge black jacket was buzzing around in her car. She pulled off the road and we all bailed out!!❤my condolences to all of you,the whole family was so young.love you all.
 

 
John & Halina Marra posted on 6/28/19
Both Halina and I shall miss dearly the wonderful friendship we shared with Sue, she was an amazing lady who gave her all to her family, friends and to her faith, we were truly Blessed to have shared many fun and meaningful times with her at St. Benedict's Parish. I shall also remember and miss the bond I shared with her in cheering on our Green Bay Packer team and the many fun texts we shared during each game and almost every play during both in winning and losing, she was one truly amazing lady whose loss will leave a void in ours and the many lives she touched during her time on earth, she will surely be looking down on her loving family and all us from her place in Heaven.
 

Darcie Henriott posted on 6/28/19
Aunt Dot was a very wonderful lady. She always made sure you never left hungry. She will be missed very much. Lot of memories at the farm with her and the family. Prayers and hugs to David and Charlene. Glad I got to help you celebrate your 95th Birthday, especially after all of the confetti cake with pink frosting we shared on my birthdays.RIP Aunt Dot! You will be missed very much.
 

Carolyn and John Warfield posted on 6/28/19
Viola was a very kind person to me during my life. We are so sorry to hear about her passing and extend our deepest condolences to her family. May she rest in peace with God.
 

JC posted on 6/27/19
Please accept my deepest sympathy for the loss of your dear loved one, Susan. It breaks our hearts when death separates us from the ones we love so much. The Bible reminds us that God sees our pain and sorrow and has promised that soon, "death will be swallowed up forever."(Isaiah 25:8) He will heal our broken hearts by resurrecting our precious loved ones to life again.(John 5:28,29) Until then, I hope the beautiful memories of Susan and these promises from God comfort you in the days to come.
 

 
Andrea Hook posted on 6/27/19
I send my prayers to the family, I'm so sorry for your loss, I have known Chris from Jefferson JR high school, we always remained friends, I will miss you,
 

Mary Hauge posted on 6/26/19
Big Rock is a lesser place with Ken Carlson’s passing. Given the era he grew up in and the large size of his family, life was probably difficult for him. He was a pretty reserved man but I think his legacy is all the birdhouses he built to attract bluebirds to the area. Our library has an entry bench he created which is a sturdy reminder of his carpenter skills. Our sympathy to Mr. Carlson’s family and friends.
 

Fran Werfelmann posted on 6/26/19
I am so happy my dear friend is not hurting anymore. Sue and I were nursing school buddies. I would pick her up each day. Sometimes she slept on the way to school. She had worked the night before. Other times we quizzed each other for a test we would be taking that day! Being a single mother she strived to meet all her roles needs. Sue was a great example of a hardworking women, a true friend, and loving mother.
 

The Tesch Family posted on 6/25/19
Our condolences and prayers go out to Chris' family. Rest In Peace Chris!
 

Scott Tesch posted on 6/25/19
Chris, my brother Mike, and I would always go trout fishing during opening in April & October. We were family...we did this same tradition for over 20 years. Mike & Chris would start preparing for deer season 2 months in advance. They always got their deer! It's sad to hear this... I saw Chris on Wednesday the 18th. He stopped by so I could help him with his phone. The last thing I said to Chris was...be careful and don't be stupid.
 

 
Gail garner(hammond) posted on 6/25/19
My memory of pam is when we lived in Hebron we did alot of stuff together and with brenda too I always hung out at their house so much as little kids or should I say young teenagers lol .I also remember attending her wedding and the pastor called her the wrong name
 

Gail garner (hammond) posted on 6/25/19
I am sorry for the loss of Pam it is so sad she was so young she will be missed by alot of people. I am sending prayers your way
 

Carolyn Warfield posted on 6/25/19
I will always remember Margot when I got to meet her at Golden Years in Walworth. She was a very kind person to me during my stay at Golden Years.
 

Janice Smith posted on 6/25/19
Pam married my uncle Bob. I will be missing my aunt Pam for sure. She has touched so may hearts. Pam definitely put her family and friends before herself. I am grateful she is home with Uncle Bob, Jenny and Nick. You will not be forgotten. Janice and family
 

Mary Diderich posted on 6/24/19
No words can be said that will lighten your sorrow. Sending much love and prayers for comfort in the memories you have as a family. God bless you, Leona, and all those that loved Pam.
 

Karleen Baumann McConnell posted on 6/24/19
Onie, I am so sorry to hear of your heartache. Please know my thoughts are with you and Keith n Roxanne too. God bless❤️
 

Addison & Barbara Toynton posted on 6/24/19
It is with great sorrow that we were informed of Pam’s passing. Pam was a lovely person and will be missed by many friends and family.
 

Sheila Scott posted on 6/24/19
Aunt Onie, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May you find peace with your memories. Gods Blessings, much love Mike and Sheila (Ocock) Scott
 

SUE holden posted on 6/24/19
TROY IAM SO SO SORRY FOR THE LOSS OF YOUR SISTER. PRAYERS TO ALL OF YOU.
 

Tom and Carol Jones posted on 6/24/19
Onie and family, Carol and I send our sympathy and love to all during this time of sorrow for your loss of Pam. May God put his arms around you and comfort you with his everlasting love.
 

Jackie R posted on 6/21/19
Dear family. I am very sorry to have read of the recent death of your loved one, Virgil. Please accept my sincere condolences. I would like to share something that I have personally found to be very comforting. It is found in the Bible at John 5:28,29 and also Revelation 21:3-5. These verses tell us that soon God is going to bring about a resurrection of our dear loved ones, as well as do away with all of the many causes we have for suffering, including sickness, pain & death. Knowing these truths have always comforted me and it is my hope that these thoughts from the Bible will likewise comfort your family and will also ease some of your pain during this most difficult time in your lives. I have also found very comforting information about what hope there is for our deceased loved ones on jw.org.
 

Jackie R posted on 6/21/19
Dear Family, I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one, Beverly. My sincere condolences to you. May you think of the many beautiful memories that you shared with her, and cherish those precious moments. May the God of all comfort caress your heart with his loving promise to one day reunite you together again, in the future paradise mentioned at Revelation 21:4,5. Our Dear Heavenly Father Jehovah (Psalms 83:18) knows the many tears you cry, and He will sustain you, if you let him. I hope that you can find comfort during this difficult time. If you would like to learn more from the bible about why we die or why does our loving Heavenly Father allow so much suffering and injustice, please feel free to go to jw.org to find satisfying answers.
 

Abrianna Loebach posted on 6/21/19
I miss you papa, you held our family together and now that you are gone everything is wrong. Im sorry we fought before you died. I love you
 

Barb Hedstrom posted on 6/19/19
We would like to extend our sincere sympathy to Bev's family. We have been blessed to have known Bev as our dear neighbor in the Geneva Landings condo development. Always cheerful and smiling, she was a ray of sunshine in our lives. She will be missed. Barb & Brian
 

Kari Bender posted on 6/18/19
My deepest sympathy to Bev's family and friends. Bev was a part of out Tuesday stitching group in Wausau, and an original member of our girls "up nort" group. She, and a couple of times her Mom, joined us for stitching weekends and we will cherish the memories of those adventures forever. Scrambled egg shish kabobs, saving the lasagna, and so many other stories live on in our hearts (even if they make no sense to anyone else). I missed seeing Bev after she moved to Delevan and was very happy to have reconnected again through our de-stash group. I spoke with her recently and had hoped we could get together when she came to the Wausau area the next time. Never put those things off because you may not have the opportunity to do them. This year marks the 25th anniversary of our first girl's trip and it will surely include a toast to Bev. She lives in our hearts and we were blessed to have known her. I hope you make sure she has a needle with her for her next life so we can work on our UFOs when we are together again.
 

Carolyn Warfield posted on 6/17/19
We were saddened to read about the loss of your sister. We knew Beverly through the church and her parents. May God bless her soul.
 

 
Truck posted on 6/15/19
Rock, Truck. Call.
 

 
Eileen Bock posted on 6/12/19
She is a smile that will never leave my memory. Thank you for letting me be a part of your journey Miss June. I will miss you.
 

Carolyn Warfield posted on 6/11/19
June was a great client of mine. Her son and his wife were great also. We are so sorry to hear about her passing. May God bless you all.
 

Carolyn Warfield posted on 6/11/19
June was one of my best clients I knew. Her son and his wife were also great people. My deepest condolences to them.
 

James And Dorothy Gajniak posted on 6/11/19
Dear Jon, So sorry to hear of the passing of your dear wife, Donna. I remember the good times we had together when we visited you and her in Illinois. May she Rest In Peace. You have Dee’s and my sympathy. She was a loving and caring wife to you. We’ll pray for you and her. Warm Regards, Jim and Dee
 

Kathy Ketelboeter posted on 6/10/19
Jane 6/10/19 I'm sorry for your loss of Burnell. I didn't know about it till now. Cathy [ Pertzborn ] Dohm told me about it today. It hurts, but the Lord will give you the strength. When I loss Glen it took me over 2 years, After awhile I got the strength. And tell myself he's in a better place now with his parents, and his brother.
 

Jim & Barb Otto posted on 6/7/19
Dave & Candi and family, We send our deepest condolences, Hugs.
 

pat pfeifer posted on 6/6/19
I will always be thinking about you. Thanks for taking care of the family. I love you Pops. Go Bears !
 

John & Barb Williams posted on 6/5/19
Our sympathy to Kathy and family. We know Lee will be missed. John & Barb Williams
 

Brandt T. Pfeifer posted on 6/4/19
Thanks for all the memories and good times. You'll never be forgotten. God bless you dad.
 

Nancy Andersen posted on 5/31/19
Thoughts prayers and much love from Jennie and I the live in your heart was always huge but it was your smile that would capture people. RIP my dear friend I know I will see you one day.... my heart as well as Jennie’s will always be full of memories and your love ❤️❤️
 

John Majerus posted on 5/30/19
Kevin, so sorry to hear about Sue. We will keep you all in our prayers.
 

Matt Nordloh posted on 5/30/19
Hi Kevin, Not sure we met. Maybe we did, I don’t readily recall. Some 40 years ago Sue let me know she was dating you. I knew her well enough to know that you were going to be her man!:) I recall asking her how it came about…you apparently said “Hello Blue Eyes” as she was walking by on campus. You obviously had far more to offer than that!:):) Reading Sue’s obituary made me feel really good about your life together. She deserved it. 7 kids, 3 grandchildren…that is wonderful! My deepest and most sincere condolences to you and your family!
 

Karen Voitik posted on 5/30/19
So sad to hear of the passing of one of the most devout and special woman I have been belssed to know. Susan was a great example of a loving mother and Christian. The 5 Rouse children I had the honor of knowing exemplified the benefits of a loving family. My prayers go out to Kevin and the Rouse children. I know they are sad, but also know Susan is healthy now and looking down upon them.
 

Kimberlee Prechodko posted on 5/30/19
Dawn and Denise and Penny, I am so sorry for such a loss. My heartfelt condolences to you and all extended family. It is truly a horrible disease that needs more attention and funding Sending bug hugs from Colorado. Kimberlee Prechodko
 

Michael Hickey posted on 5/29/19
So sorry to hear of Sue’s passing. Our prayers are with her family during this difficult time. Sue was a great friend to the Hickey family, May she rest in peace
 

Michael Hickey posted on 5/29/19
So sorry for Sue’s passing. Our prayers are with her family at this difficult time. Sue was a great friend to the Hickey family, may she Rest In Peace.
 

America posted on 5/29/19
From California our deepest condolences
 

Thomas Hooks posted on 5/29/19
Kevin and family, So sorry for your loss. Kevin, it's been years since I have seen you when you had an office at Re/Max of Joliet. I was saddened to pick up the paper and read of your dear wife's passing. My sincere condolences and I wish you well in this difficult time. Tom
 

Christine Ochs posted on 5/29/19
Kevin and family, Steve and I are so sorry for your loss. We went to Loras with your folks. Steve was blessed to play defense with Kevin. Many wonderful thoughts of your parents. Duhawks are special people we treasure our Duhawk memories. We will keep your family in our prayers. Steve and Chris Ochs
 

 
Laura Augustine posted on 5/28/19
In loving memory,rest in peace Dear Debbie❣️
 

Mary Kay Steinbach posted on 5/28/19
Rest In Peace Beautiful Debbie......Our Condolences to all of Debbie's family and friends. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers. Mary Kay & Matt Steinbach (Part of the Guardsmen Family)
 

Linda Whitgrive posted on 5/28/19
Kevin and family, I’m so sorry for your loss, you are in my thoughts and prayers. Cherish all the good times with your wife and children. Linda Whitgrove
 

Deborah L Nicholson posted on 5/28/19
My heartfelt compassion and loving thoughts are being sent to all who loved Tom. I have no words of wisdom. I just wanted to acknowledge your loss and assure you all that this too shall pass and your hearts will be healed. Deborah
 

Jerry Viola posted on 5/28/19
Kevin, I am sorry to hear about your loss . Prayers to you and your Family Jerry Viola
 

john mayhall posted on 5/28/19
Kevin, I'm so sorry to hear the news of Susan's passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your entire family. john mayhall
 

 
Nieves family posted on 5/28/19
Our prayers and condolences are with the Rouse family ! So sorry for your lost !
 

Al Rock posted on 5/28/19
Ashley, our prayers are with you and your family. My condolences.
 

Mark Johannsen posted on 5/28/19
Ashley, So sorry for your loss, Thoughts and prayers to you and your family. Mark Johannsen
 

Kelly posted on 5/28/19
Kevin and family, we are sorry for your loss. Your wife and mom was such a kind and beautiful lady. Praying for all of you. Always, Woody and Kelly Woods
 

Cheryl English posted on 5/27/19
I have many beautiful memories of Sue. She was a vet faith filled woman. She was loving and devoted to her family, and she was a good friend. My prayers are being sent to Kevin and his family. May you find strength and peace. Love, Cheryl English
 

Anne Carney posted on 5/27/19
Susan was one the first girls I met outside of my roommate in college. This beautiful, friendly girl from Peoria quickly became a dear friend. She was the kind of friend that comes around once in a lifetime. Her zest for life and big heart touched all who knew her. Those who knew her most though, knew it was the light of Christ shining through her. I am honored to have called her a friend for the last forty years! To Kevin and all the family please know you have my deepest sympathies, and be confident knowing that her prayers for you are more powerful than ever!
 

 
Lisa Celotto posted on 5/27/19
In loving memory of a beautiful woman who raised an incredible teacher and daughter, Mary Susan Rouse.
 

Maria Nilsson ( Tina ) posted on 5/27/19
I'm truly blessed to have met Tom Barrett! A gem of a man. Kind, funny, curious and interesting. My heart goes out to the Barrett family. He will be missed and I will always cherish my visits with him.
 

Valerie Crowder posted on 5/27/19
So sorry for your loss
 

Denise Kaminske posted on 5/27/19
Mary, I am so sorry about the loss of your mother. I am thinking of you and praying for your family. Love, Denise Kaminske,( teacher at Marvin Elementary)
 

 
Judi W posted on 5/27/19
After reading this amazing woman's story, I had to write a comment. You never know how someone else's life in death can influence a stranger, but her life did. WOW...I cannot believe how devout she seems. Praise the Lord for her life and her calling. Amen, I say to you, I hope she has touched lives beyond her own.
 

Kathleen Zwally posted on 5/27/19
Mary, My heart is broken for you and your family. I am so sorry to hear of your mother's passing.
 

Marian lee Dickson posted on 5/26/19
Sorry to hear of Tom passing Years of memories from the past call if you want to get together Love Marian
 

James posted on 5/24/19
My sincere condolences to the family. May you find comfort in your loving memories, and in God's promise to soon "swallow up death forever" and "wipe away the tears from all faces." (Isaiah 25;8) With deepest sympathy, James
 

Sally Henderson posted on 5/21/19
Chuck or 'Stanley' as I called him was a very special man and super sweet to me. We both worked at Euclid Beverage. We went fishing together and he taught me a lot about my truck and how to do maintenance on it. He really was 'other' oriented-putting others before himself. He and his family were very dear, we traveled to Arkansas to vacation at my parents home I spent quite a bit of time at the Steele home.. l. I always looked at him as my big brother and loved him dearly. The good news is he is with our Savior and we will see each other again.
 

Donna Sears posted on 5/21/19
I have known Chuck since I was 18 years old. For the last 50 years, we shared some Christmas and other holidays together with his family. He will be missed by all of the Sears family. His passing is a great loss for our family. Now he can rest in peace, knowing he has joined some of his family and friends in Heaven. My condolences to his Daughter and Sisters. Love, Donna, Deven, Jody & family, Shawn & Noele.
 

 
Martha Randoloh posted on 5/21/19
Chuck will be so missed by his friends in Georgia and South Carolina. We first met him in 2018. He came with our dear friend, Donna, to visit our lake house. He was a joy to be around. It was like we had been friends forever. He was in the prime of his life and and he will truly be missed. May you rest in peace, dear Chuck. Your friends in South Carolina, Martha and Kayo Randolph
 

Jackie R posted on 5/20/19
My condolences to the family. To lose a loved one in death is most distressing. Our loving heavenly Father provides comfort in his word the Bible to help soothe the pain of grief and sadness. Psalm 34:18 says; "Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit." Also the promise at Revelation 21:4 is very comforting. It states; "And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away". To learn more about this promise please visit our website: jw.org and view the video; Is There Hope for the Dead? Click publications then videos.
 

Jackie R posted on 5/20/19
Dear Family, I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one, Charles. My sincere condolences to you. May you think of the many beautiful memories that you shared with him, and cherish those precious moments. May the God of all comfort caress your heart with his living promise to one day reunite you together again, in the future paradise mentioned at Revelation 21:4,5. Our Dear Heavenly Father Jehovah (Psalms 83:18) knows the many tears you cry, and He will sustain you, if you let him. I hope that you can find comfort during this difficult time. If you would like to learn more from the bible about why we die or why does our loving Heavenly Father allow so much suffering and injustice, please feel free to go to jw.org to find satisfying answers.
 

Jackie R posted on 5/20/19
Dear family. I am very sorry to have read of the recent death of your loved one, Maxwell. Please accept my sincere condolences. I would like to share something that I have personally found to be very comforting. It is found in the Bible at John 5:28,29 and also Revelation 21:3-5. These verses tell us that soon God is going to bring about a resurrection of our dear loved ones, as well as do away with all of the many causes we have for suffering, including sickness, pain & death. Knowing these truths have always comforted me and it is my hope that these thoughts from the Bible will likewise comfort your family and will also ease some of your pain during this most difficult time in your lives. I have also found very comforting information about what hope there is for our deceased loved ones on jw.org.
 

 
Melia Ford posted on 5/20/19
I was always so glad to see Chuck come into the dealership. He always had a smile, even if life wasn't being kind to him. So kind and encouraging, willing to give anyone a hug that needed one. We here at Dempsey will truly miss him. Sincere condolences to his daughter who meant so much to him.
 

Stephen Floyd posted on 5/18/19
My condolences to the family. Our loving creator, Jehovah God, has promised that there will be a resurrection of the dead in John 5:28, 29. He also promised that death, sorrow, tears and pain will be done away with in His due time.(Revelation 21:4) So we can look forward to being able to seeing our loved ones again, alive and well, and in a situation where we will never have to lose them again in death. Can we be there to welcome them back? Answers to that question is found at the site: www.jw.org Steve
 

Ellen A Karson posted on 5/17/19
Our condolences Jan and family. I go back a long way with Sherry; from when I lived on Randolph near Thatcher, through high school, your time living in Cincinnati near us and her taking care of Phil who was 9 months old while I had knee surgery - after we went our separate married paths, we always kept in touch at the holidays and with family photos. Bill Graczyk and Ellen Zummer Graczyk (Karson). Surprise, AZ
 

Barb Arnold posted on 5/17/19
After working with Jan for so many years at Baker Perkins I was able to meet and get to know Sherry. I'm so sorry for your loss Jan. It is never easy when a loved one passes away. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Sherry was a special lady.
 

Dave Koepplinger posted on 5/17/19
I have very fond memories of Aunt Sherry. She always had a smile on her face. I know she had a lot of health issues but she never complained. My deepest sympathy to Uncle Jan, Stacy and Rebecca. I won't be able to attend the memorial service because of my work schedule but I will be there in spirit. God bless you. Dave Koepplinger
 

Amy Newton posted on 5/16/19
Prayers for comfort, strength, and peace. Your momma is at peace and reunited with her love. May you find peace in knowing this and may recall the good times. Her Alzheimera journey has ended. Peace and love to your family.
 

Sally J. Hale posted on 5/16/19
I have known Sherry for 72 years. We were both 5 when I met her. She was my dear friend and my Sister-in-law. Her Mother and my Mother were friends. Her Mother would walk with her while she rode her three wheel bike to my house and we would go to afternoon kindergarten class together. I can still see her with her blonde long curls, white cowboy boots and hat and holster , that she didn’t want to take off to go to school. I will always remember her that way. We were friends through elementary, junior high and senior high school. After we graduated she married my Brother, Jan. The years passed so quickly, how did that happen? I thank God for the privilege of knowing her, all the memories we shared and for being able to be with her for the last few days of her life. I love you and will always remember you. Sal
 

Tom Kirchhofer posted on 5/12/19
I met Sherry (Koepplinger) at Webber Junior High on our first day in Band class in 1954. As we progressed she became a Majorette and was instrumental, with the other ladies, in keeping me straight as the Drum Major. Their advice was impeccable and our friendship became life long as we shared Home Room from there through Saginaw High School. I was pleased that she married my friend Jan Levi as we all looked up to him for guidance from the older brother of my friend Sal. Sherry was the sparkling face that everyone saw as they entered any room she was in. A great smile and a wonderful giggle. Even after she became ill, I will bet that she was first to ask how you were rather than answer how she was. Her memory will live with me as long as I remain here and look forward to seeing her once again after this life is done, God willing. My deepest condolences to Jan and the rest of the Keopplinger and Levin family. She will be missed.
 

Jan TerMaat posted on 5/11/19
So sorry to get the news about Jan. I know he will be missed, but he is surely safe & at peace with God now. Love & comfort to the family
 

Judy (Young) Jarrett posted on 5/10/19
Memories of Jan are many that lasted over many years! His Mother and I were best friends on the Lincoln Christian University Campus (known as Lincoln Bible Institute at that time). His Mother, Betty, came over to our house one day to let me know she was expecting another baby. Little did she or Arnold, his Dad, or any of us know, that this “baby” would weigh 13 lbs. plus additional ounces!! He was the largest newborn I had ever seen!! Very cute & well filled out! Jan became a daily visitor to our home since we were all neighbors on campus. He and our son, Scott Young, were best friends for all their school years! He was at every birthday party for all of my four children and he was fun to to watch as he interacted with my children and others. Jan always had a smile and a low laugh and he was someone who was “once a friend, always a friend!!” Our love to all of his family & friends!!! Judy(Young) Jarrett
 

Phyllis Epting posted on 5/10/19
Sherry, I treasure the memories I have of the four of us together and the laughing you and I did when we.got on video on Messenger. You will be missed. You are my hero. You never wanted others to know that you were putting up The Good Fight no matter how much you were suffering. May you sing with the angels this day in paradise. God Bless your family. I send my love and prayers to them.
 

Melody posted on 5/10/19
Jan and Family, We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you all. Melody and Chuck ( next door to Sal and Joe)
 

Kathleen Burandt posted on 5/10/19
We are so sorry to learn of your passing today. We are happy we were together for a little while at Christmas. May you Rest In Peace. Please give my angel, Meaghan, a hug when you see her. You will be missed. All my love to your family. God Bless You. Kathleen, Jeff and Jonathan
 

Judy broholm posted on 5/9/19
Rest In Peace , fly high in the craft world, always loved your items
 

Christi G posted on 5/9/19
To James family, My deepest sympathy for your loss. Please know that the power from above is what sustains during a time like this 2 Corinthians 4:7 “However, we have this treasure in earthen vessels, so that the power beyond what is normal may be God’s and not from us.” He sustains is through prayer in bible reading where we learn of his wonderful promises . Acts 24:15 “And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection...”. Psalms 37:29 “The righteous will possess the earth,And they will live forever on it.”
 

Bonnie posted on 5/9/19
Nancy, You will be missed by myself and all of your friends at Olde Timers Antique Mall and the Gleaners antique club. You were always fun to talk with and share stories. May you rest in peace.
 

Kim Ticer posted on 5/8/19
May you feel God's Love surround you and comfort you at the loss of your Mom/Grandmother. May He grant you peace knowing that she is Now in the arms of the angels. My heartfelt condolences on your loss. I will be praying for your family. Sincerely, Kim Ticer
 

 
Tricia Jordan posted on 5/8/19
Rest in Peace Nancy
 

Larry & Esther Laspisa posted on 5/8/19
Our sincerest condolences on the loss of your loved one. I will always carry fond memories of Dennis with me. My family (Mike & Lillian Laspisa) returned from the Navy and lived below Uncle Angelo's family on Magnolia for a few years. We listened to Dennis (and Paul) play their guitars and sing in the breezeway of Aunt Nacy's home in Des Plaines. We were also groomsmen for our cousin, Joe Calcagno's wedding. I know my father held all his nieces & nephews very dearly and will greet him with Angelo, Sam, Joe, John, Nancy & Mary into the kingdom of heaven. RIP dear cousin
 

Mary Chesney posted on 5/4/19
My Dearest Tommy, We had so much fun, pain and happiness over the 34 years I have known you. You will always be remember as Kind, funny, hard-working and loving person. I will Think of you daily until we see each other again . Love you Always, Mary "Love each other deeply" 1 Peter 4-8
 

Lisa & John Watson posted on 5/3/19
All of our thoughts and prayers are with you in such a difficult time. Im so very sorry we cannot be there to console you but know that our love is ever present. Time will ease the pain and wonderful memories will return. Our deepest sympathies.
 

John Kandra Jr. posted on 5/3/19
Dear Laspesa Family... So sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you all at this time of sorrow. Fond memories of our visits to Chicago from Michigan and seeing cousin Dennis and the family back in the day was one of the highlights of our trips. Our mom (Mary Laspisa Kandra) always made it a point to visit uncle Angelo and family when we were in Chicago, usually summer trips. So sad that we lost touch over the years with our cousins. Dennis was a wonderful person and will be missed by all. May he rest in peace... Love the Kandra family...
 

Ken and Sharon Laspesa posted on 5/3/19
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May your memories serve as a bridge to keep your loved one alive in your heart.
 

Dawn McNeill posted on 5/3/19
I have so many fond memories of Tommy, good times .... The entire family is in my thoughts as you go through this time,
 

Jim Woods posted on 5/3/19
We I hired him we called him the Gentle Giant. He was so quiet, polite, hard working, Everyone at he company loved Tom. He always meant the world to me. I can still see that bashful smile. Rest in peace.
 

Andrei W posted on 5/3/19
Offering sincere condolences during your time of bereavement. May the peace of God comfort you in the time ahead. Trust in him for and strength and he will help you heal. Psalms 147:3
 

Cheryl Bullock posted on 5/3/19
Dear Joann, I am so very sorry for you. Please accept my prayers and deepest sympathy.
 

Laura Mischka posted on 5/2/19
Mom, Linda and I wish we could have attended John’s funeral. Mom has been in the hospital with a collapsed lung and had surgery today at Howard Young. She is doing well. I hope your memories bring you peace and comfort.
 

Mike and Laura Grubb posted on 5/2/19
Mary Ellen and Sarah, We're sorry to hear of John's passing. It was fun to talk with John--always had a quip or clever comment to add to the conversation. He was an icon in Whitewater and will be remembered and missed by those who knew him. We're thinking of you at this difficult time. Mike and Laura Grubb
 

Mike & Laura Grubb posted on 5/2/19
Mary Ellen & Sarah, We’re so sorry to hear of John’ passing. It was always fun talking with him at the dealership. He usually had a quip or clever comment or two to add to the conversation. He was a fixture in Whitewater and will be remembered and missed by all who knew him. Mike & Laura Grubb
 

Linda Barthuly posted on 5/2/19
We are so very sorry to learn of John's Passing. thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Shish will not be the same without John cruising around on his boat. Blessings, Bart and Linda Barthuly and Bev Koenen.
 

Denise Shostek posted on 5/2/19
Dear Angela, Josh, Dennis and Family, My deepest sympathies to all of you during this tragic time. No words can adequately express my deepest sympathies to you over the loss of your mother. You are all in my prayers, asking that God will comfort you with His supernatural love. Stay close to one another during this time.
 

Tom & Laura Mischka posted on 5/2/19
Our deepest sympathy regarding John’s passing. We will always remember his infectious happiness spending time on “Shish”. He will be missed.
 

Cathy Porter Prescott posted on 5/1/19
This makes me so sad to hear of John's death. He was such a great guy. I was friends with him and in the same class at Big Foot and we had many friends in common. He was always fun and funny and never had a bad word to say about anyone. He was smart and humble and thoughtful. I am sure he created a circle of good people all around him without being the center, and I love reading in his obituary that he was such a great grandpa to the three boys. I feel lucky that I knew him. My sincere condolences to his loved ones.
 

Larry and Adrienne Pike posted on 5/1/19
Our deepest sympathy goes out to Chris, Barrett, Alyssa and the Laspesa family, during this difficult time. I graduated from De Paul Academy with Dennis. We had many laughs and good times together. He was a talented, kind, caring and considerate person. Rest assured he is in a better place with God. Larry and Adrienne Pike Chicago, IL
 

Audrey & Bud posted on 5/1/19
Ernie was bigger than life. He was a tease in high school, I remember Ernie and Johnny Misner teasing the girls in the halls of Big Foot High. I considered him a friend, I know he will be missed. Bud and I send our condolences.
 

Audrey & Bud Kammes posted on 5/1/19
Mary Ellen and Family, we were so sad to hear of John's sudden passing. He always had a smile and seemed to love every part of life. We will all miss him! We regret not being able to be on Pier 290 to share with everyone, but Bud just had surgery two weeks ago and isn't able to travel yet. God bless you.
 

Carolyn Smith posted on 5/1/19
I wouldn't know where to begin to tell all our tales. We spent so much time cleaning, packing, laughing talking the time away. She taught me so much and I helped her through some rough times. Candy tried to get me to like fake lobster or crab meat on my salads. Never worked! Wish I could have been with you and spent more time with you as of late but our lives went in different directions. Candy I hope you are enjoying heaven, resting in Jesus sweet arms. If you run into mom and dad give them a hug.
 

Lora Day posted on 5/1/19
Dear Chris and family, Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time. Although I did not know Dennis that well, I do know that Candice thought very highly of her Uncle and will miss him dearly. He is now in the good Lord's hands and is now whole again and forever your guardian angel. In deepest sympathy, Lora (Candice Werthiem Pierce's mother-in-law)
 

Ruth Jimick posted on 5/1/19
Sorry for your loss. I knew Candy back in the late 80’s at the Everett Church of God. She was a special lady. Ruth McCune Jimick
 

 
Scott Brackmann posted on 5/1/19
He will be missed great guy RIP
 

Louise guido posted on 5/1/19
Loved talking to her at the salon. She will be missed by so many that loved her.
 

Carol Olsen posted on 5/1/19
John and i both graduated from Big Foot High School in 1962. John was always thoughtful and kind and he was very proud of his family.
 

Helen Banco posted on 5/1/19
Sending our love and prayers to you all, We loved and appreciated your MOM so much while in Everett. Remembering you all at ECA and your beautiful music, I still think of you every time I hear the song, AND HE WILL DO IT AGAIN, you sang that so beautifully. Candy was a good Wife, Mother and Christian and Friend. May God comfort your hearts with precious memories. Love ya all, Paul and Helen Banco
 

Helen Banco posted on 5/1/19
Sending our love and prayers from Sunny Florida, We always loved your Mom and her dedication to the Everett Church of God. She was a super great lady, wife and mother. We always loved you kids also at ECA. I still remember your beautiful singing "And He Will Do It Again" Give our love to Robin and Chris!!! God's Blessings!!! Paul and Helen Banco
 

Stephanie Elaine Smith posted on 4/30/19
ANGELA..there are no words...but loves and hugs to you and your family.
 

 
Scott Chesney posted on 4/30/19
To My Big Brother tommy (ORCA) I miss you and Love you So much you were the best my brother There are not enough words to say about you because you were the best of the best. I will love you for ever big guy I know you are at peace brother rest you did your time your way LOVE YOU SCOTTY
 

John and Carolyn Warfield posted on 4/30/19
We are so sorry to hear about John's passing. We both attended schools with John in Lake Geneva and Walworth. We will miss him terribly as a fellow Harley Davidson rider. May God bless him on his new journey in heaven.
 

David Heiden posted on 4/30/19
John was a great friend growing up in Fontana/Walworth area. He will be missed by all that knew him. My thoughts are with his family
 

Mary and Ray posted on 4/29/19
Mary Ellen, Sarah and family, How we Loved to share stories with John! He had a smile with no end as well as a heart of gold . He will be missed, our memories of happy times together will live on!
 

Brian Pedersen posted on 4/29/19
Maryellen and Sarah so sorry to hear about John's passing today. So many great memories with your family over the years - Lake Geneva, East Troy, Whitewater and Minocqua. Even when I was young, I vividly recall how hard my parents would laugh whenever were with John. I'll never forget that glorious autumn day in the early 80s when John stopped by the farm in East Troy to say hello in a brand new Corvette. He took me for a spin ignoring every posted speed limit on those winding country roads - defiantly one of the high points of my childhood but glad the Corvette only seated 2 so my parents weren't able to ride along and tell John to slow down!
 

Butch and Linda Keene posted on 4/29/19
We send sincere thoughts and prayers to our dear friends Donna and Art Bruesewitz and Judy and Gary Geistler over the loss of their beloved brother and uncle. To everything there is a season ~ a time to weep and a time to embrace ~ hugs to all of Larry's family.
 

 
Me posted on 4/29/19
Loved you then, love you still.
 

Bud and Laurie Borneman posted on 4/28/19
We have only known Larry for 4 years . He was a very nice neighbor and we will miss him very much. Bud ,Laurie ,Travis and Cody Borneman
 

Shelly & Duff Hay posted on 4/27/19
Dear Tammy & Steve & family, So sadden to hear about the passing of your Mom. She was sure a sweet lady and boy did she love her family! So happy she got to meet Wesley and all her other great grandchildren. She was so proud. Our thoughts & prayers are with you all at this time. Hugs to you all! Shelly & Duff
 

HARLAN "Minnie" JOHNSON posted on 4/27/19
My deepest condolences to all of the Bretthauer family. I considered Larry a good friend and a helpful neighbor. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. R.I.P. Larry
 

Sue Brown posted on 4/27/19
Lorelei and Family So sorry for your loss. It has been a long and rocky road for all. You are in my prayers. Be strong. Your love for each other will get you through this sad time. All are in a better place. Love Sue
 

Robert Conner posted on 4/26/19
My deepest sympathy for the Family Praying for you all
 

Sue Smith posted on 4/25/19
Dear Doris and Family - I was so sorry to hear about Don. I can only imagine the shock that you have endured. My heart goes out to you and my sympathy is with you. Sadly time alone does not heal, but you will find a pathway around it as Don would have wanted you to do. With Love and Prayers, Sue Smith
 

Anders Smith posted on 4/25/19
Mrs. Mosser, Dave, and the entire Mosser Family - I was very sad to hear the news of Mr. Mosser's passing. I haven't seen him for years, but always admired his quiet dignity, and the sincere interest he took in my life, and the lives of all of us young E-Rabs as we were growing up. He touched so many lives in such positive ways - he will be greatly missed, and our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
 

M Powell posted on 4/25/19
To Darrell's family & friends, I am so very sorry to read about your loss. May you find comfort in knowing that our heavenly Father truly loves you and cares deeply about what you are going through. He will give you the strength needed to cope during this difficult time. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4
 

Tom Kwiatkowski posted on 4/24/19
Dear Doris,David,Michael and Sue, Barb and I are in Florida and unable to attend Don’s service. But we wanted to extend our deepest sympathy on Don’s passing. What a treasure! He loved the lake and he loved the Water Safety Patrol. Don was always so supportive of me and David and Sue you were wonderful protectors of Geneva Lake. Doris, you two helped me so much in my early years of directorship. I thank the Mosser family and know the memory of Don lives on. With all our love, Tom(Kwiker) and Barb Kwiatkowski.
 

Shirlean Langdon Hackman posted on 4/24/19
You always knew where you stood with Uncle Dave. He didn’t mince words. Darrell & Vilma just left Marco Island after a nice visit and we spoke often about some of his antics. He always said I never worked or had a job, I had a “position”, I would deny it and he always laughed. Loved him and grateful Aunt Betty and him gave me one of the finest Cousins I could ever hope for, Vilma brings out the best of him.
 

Tim Mikus posted on 4/23/19
Expressing my deepest regrets of Mr. Brands passing, as a childhood friend of his sons Tom and Gerry, I spent a great deal of time at his house and have many memories of events and shenanigans with the family. He will not be forgotten. Sorry I cannot be there to pay my respects in person.
 

John and Sue Gustafson posted on 4/23/19
We are blessed when amongst us we truly find a man of integrity, compassion and complete decency. Don was such a person, and his aquaintence and interaction with all fortunate to have known him made them whole and more complete. He was a true gentleman and we shall be forever grateful that he walked among us and shared with us his grace and human nobility.
 

Mary Ellen Herron posted on 4/22/19
My deepest sympathy on Tom’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you
 

MARY JO KOEBELE posted on 4/22/19
Dearest Bette & Family, It is with great sadness to hear of Tom's passing. I'd like to extend my deepest sympathy & prayers of comfort to such a wonderful, loving family. May God give you peace during this most difficult time. With Love, Mary Jo Koebele
 

Cindy Felix posted on 4/22/19
Dear Sweet Bette, Tom, Jerry, Sue, Laurie, Debbie and families, We are deeply saddened to read of Tom’s passing , and especially while we are away! We send our love, prayers and deepest sympathy to each of you now and in the coming days! What a faithful family he has had throughout his days of illness! So sincerely Earl and Cindy Felix
 

Suzanne Berger posted on 4/22/19
I extend my sincere sympathy to Don's entire family and vast circle of friends. I remember his gentlemanly kindness in helping me learn the ropes when I went to work at the Rockford Park District. He believed in philanthropy and helping others, and I will always remember him fondly.
 

Jon Shay posted on 4/21/19
I had the good fortune of knowing Don through his children, nieces, and nephews. He always carried himself with humble grace, dignity, and compassion. His warmth emanated forward everywhere he went. It is difficult to put into words how saddened I am at his passing.
 

Donnie (Don) Willson posted on 4/20/19
Helen, Nancy, Charles Jr.,Mike, Robin, Jennifer, Geri, Gina, Aimee and family: Our prayers are with you all during this time. I have many great memories of Darryl and all the great times we had during our childhood. Darryl was a very special person and his caring heart, great smile, laughter and sense of humor brought happiness to many, and especially to me. Take care, Donnie Willson
 

Dede Woelky and Bob posted on 4/20/19
I worked with Don at Camlin and Williams Manny for over 20 years. He was an outstanding man and friend to many. I was very sad to hear of his passing. He would be pleased to know this tragedy brought many Camlin people back together. I live in Arizona or I would be at his service. He loved his family very much. Hugs to you all!
 

Kathy McLaughlin posted on 4/20/19
Calvin and Joan were the first neighbors to greet us when we were building our home on Cedar Point. I miss Calvin's humor. My Sincere Sympathy to you all. Kathy McLaughlin
 

 
Kathy O’connell Kroll posted on 4/20/19
Such a gentle man... always a smile and mention of good cheer. Our family treasured Don’s friendship. Doris and children we have wonderful memories of your family. So very sorry for your loss.
 

CarolRowe posted on 4/19/19
Don was such a special person and eagerly participated in Doris’s BHS Class Reunion gatherings. It was always a joy to be seated with them to share family stories and memories. His friendly nature and ready smile will be missed. Our sincere sympathy and prayers to Doris and her family. Jerry and Carol Rowe
 

Margaret J. Place posted on 4/19/19
My prayers and condolences to you, Susan, and all of your family.
 

Mark Cavin posted on 4/19/19
Don would always walk by our cottage in BV on his daily walk when the weather would permit and always greeting and with a friendly smile. I will miss seeing him and chatting. Now he rests with the creator. RIP
 

Chuck Ebeling posted on 4/19/19
Don was a longtime member of the Sanders Session, a discussion group comprising interesting and interested people from the Lake Geneva area who meet every two weeks. Don was always full of questions and ideas on every topic raised, from local and national politics to education, taxes, historical preservation, ecology, and you name it. He had an infectious smile and laughed out loud at a good joke. Don was both amiable and strong-minded, and everyone who attended these two-hour meetings went away the better for Don's lively contributions to intelligent dialog among friends.
 

Mary Keenan-Martin posted on 4/18/19
Deepest condolences to Al's family. I enjoyed visiting him.
 

Taylor S posted on 4/17/19
thinking and praying for your family.
 

 
Stanley York posted on 4/16/19
Sorry to hear Darrell's passing, you are all in our prayers. Rest in peace . Stanley and Laura Nell
 

Nick Cardelli posted on 4/16/19
My condolences to a great man and a great family. The Big Ern!!!! Ya did it right. My condolences to James and Mrs. Becky Merwin.
 

David Heiden posted on 4/16/19
My thoughts are with the Merwin family, Ernie was a life long friend.
 

Angie and Jim Griffin posted on 4/15/19
We were so shocked and saddened to hear about Chad. I cannot believe that over a month has gone by. We think of you all the time. They say time heals all wounds. I don’t know if that is true. May God grant you peace and your memories bring you comfort.
 

 
Mary Hayden posted on 4/14/19
Blessings to you and your family, Becky. Vinnie & I enjoyed both of your friendships.
 

 
Elisabeth Schneider posted on 4/14/19
working the land, providing food for the world was your calling in life. Farming was in your blood. Honesty and hard work to the very end were your trade marks. We all shall miss you and hope we can in one way or the other carry on your legacy. Rest in peace, my final good buy as a friend who was privileged to get to know you.
 

Mary Ann Korber Agler posted on 4/12/19
I have great memories of the many kindnesses the Merwin family showed the visiting Korber children long ago. May your memories bring you comfort!
 

John and Carolyn Warfield posted on 4/12/19
We are so sorry to hear about your loved one passing. We remember many times in dealing with Ernie how kind of him to helped us. May God bless him in heaven now, Our deepest condolences to the family of Ernie Merwin.
 

Dinger posted on 4/11/19
Becky and family, our deepest sympathy at the loss of Ernie. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Dinger and Brenda Wunderlich
 

Kenneth Struck posted on 4/11/19
Becky ; So sorry for your loss . Will miss Ernie. Saw him at least once a day going by. Love Colleen and Ken
 

Edie Elliott posted on 4/11/19
Sorry to hear of Ernie’s passing. I have many great memories of our years at Big Foot High. Prayers to you and your family.
 

JOHN DALEY posted on 4/10/19
I am so sorry for your loss. May God Bless your family in there Grief
 

Tammy Long posted on 4/10/19
Becky - my sincerest condolence very sorry for your loss
 

Edie Elliott posted on 4/10/19
So sorry to hear of Ernie’s passing. I have many great memories of our years at BFHS. Prayers to you and your family.
 

Tom Kwiatkowski posted on 4/10/19
Becky and family, Barbara and I are so sorry for your loss. The Merwin Farms are an icon in Linn Township and your name is well respected throughout the area. You and Ernie saw the highest of the highs and the lowest of the lows in your 50 years but you two always did it together and you always had the strength to travel on because of your deep love, not only for one another, but for everyone you met. Our sympathy goes out to you,sincerely Tom And Barb Kwiatkowski.
 

Tammy Grams posted on 4/10/19
I am truly sorry for your loss, Ernie was such a nice guy. Sending thoughts and prayers to you Becky and your family. Tammy, Dan, & Tyler Grams
 

Christina Carey posted on 4/5/19
I was thinking of my aunt and just wanted to say that she was always loving and sweet to me...I will miss you dearly...I have many good memories to think of...she was a good woman and a great mom...I love you very much.
 

 
Dawn Bieber posted on 4/2/19
Once again lighting a candle on line for ALL to see!
 

Dawn Bieber posted on 4/2/19
HAPPIEST OF YOUR Birthday Mom! Be certain you are in my thoughts and once again have lit a candle in your memory. Thinking of you so very often. I Love you Mom!
 

Terry and Rosemary Otten posted on 4/2/19
Very sorry to hear of Barbara's (Bobbie) passing. My wife and I offer our sincere condolences to Bill and his family. I have fond memories of Bobbie and Bill when they lived for a time in a small cottage next to my Dad's farm.
 

Sue Maher posted on 3/31/19
In our 20 years of neighboring in Cedar Point Park, we will miss his kindness and sharing back and forth as good neighbors do. He made the best fudge and brownies ever! We enjoyed hearing his stories - he was the best ever story teller at Black Point! You have our deepest sympathy - so sorry we weren’t able to be with you. Will keep you in our prayers.
 

Diane Sonnenberg posted on 3/29/19
I am sad to see this notice 5 yrs. after the fact. May your soul finally be free..... Diane Sonnenberg 3/29/2019
 

Brian Davis posted on 3/26/19
I will always remember how Mrs. Moore was a kind gentle person, always smiling. I will also remember when her sons and I were raising pigs together we would always know if the pigs got out during the day because the gates would always be tied with baler twine. She would go out and heard them in and then tie the gates with baler twine. Rest in peace Mrs. Moore Your friends Brian and Alice Davis
 

Philip M Moore posted on 3/26/19
To the family, my deepest sympathy on the passing of your mother. Phil and Lucy Moore
 

Alice Brickl posted on 3/26/19
Sorry for the loss of your Mom.
 

 
Joan Franzen posted on 3/25/19
We were so sorry to hear of Cal’s passing. We have known him for many years. He was a very respected person.. We enjoyed listening to to him and seeing him at the pier. He will be missed. Our deepest sympathy to the family. Sincerely, Bob and Joan Franzen
 

Carol Allison posted on 3/22/19
To the Kuder Family: So sorry to hear about your Dad/Grandpa. My parents, George & Lois Morava lived down the street in Cedar Point. They truly enjoyed your folks' community involvement and friendship. Now Cal will be greatly missed. Fondly, Carol Morava Allison (George & Lois' daughter)
 

Dave Desimone posted on 3/21/19
Cal was an excellent storyteller and wonderful historian. His dedication to Black Point Estate was greatly appreciated by all those that knew him. Then there were those amazing brownies! The staff and volunteers from Black Point Estate send the Kuder family our condolences.
 

Dave Desimone posted on 3/21/19
Cal was a master storyteller and excellent historian. Not to mention, made the best brownies of all time. His dedication to Black Point Estate was inspiring and he will be missed. The staff and volunteers send their condolences to the entire Kuder family.
 

Christina Gallegos posted on 3/21/19
Lo siento mucho por su pérdida. Dios nos ofrece una maravillosa esperanza en la cual nuestros seres queridos que duerme en en la muerte despertaran y los abrazáremos de nuevo así como lo hizo Jesús cuando estuvo en la tierra Juan 5:28,29 “No se maravillen de esto, porque viene la hora en que todos los que están en las tumbas conmemorativas oirán su voz 29 y saldrán, los que hicieron cosas buenas a una resurrección de vida, los que practicaron cosas viles a una resurrección de juicio.”
 

Eve Pry posted on 3/19/19
The Pry family from Tiffin enjoys many great memories of Cal, Joan, and Kuder family. Christmas caroling from the church bus! Rest In Peace.
 

Celeste Enoch posted on 3/18/19
I never had the honor of meeting your Father, Pastor Jan, but What I have heard he was a wonderful Man. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Ronald and Celeste Enoch.
 

Reyna Jaime posted on 3/18/19
My thoughts and prayers during this difficult time are with you and your family tia Lety.
 

Tony Makransky posted on 3/18/19
Our thoughts and prayers are with Sara and her family. I went to school with Sara at PHS, she was always real sweat and will be missed.
 

Roseann Jackowiak posted on 3/17/19
Geri and Tony were the sweetest people. They gave me such encouragement when I was in nursing school. I spent many a New Year's Eve and other times with Gina Marie and ToniLynn as the babysitter!! My love to you all.
 

Ann Marshall posted on 3/17/19
Cal was a great pastor, a very good man, a faithful child of God, and a significant influence on my life. I know he left behind many wonderful memories for his family and for his congregations. I will always be grateful that he was my pastor. May God bless you all in these days. Pastor Ann Marshall Norwalk, OH
 

Nicole Novak & Family posted on 3/16/19
Forever in our hearts❤
 

Dee Dugdale posted on 3/16/19
Heart condolences to the Bitterman and Haggerty families, Bev was a quite a lady. We had many interesting conversations over the years and I always liked her feisty side and sense of humor. May happy memories of her comfort you all. ❤ Dee and Tony
 

Mark Strandberg posted on 3/16/19
Stacey and Kim, I was so sorry to hear about your mom. Bev and I had a wonderful friendship for nearly 20 years. She was instumental in helping me to overcome the Yorkville clique when I first joined the Legion. We had many long talks and she filled a void at a time when I most needed it. Your mom was a true lady. She emitted wisdom and class without even trying, that is something seldom seen. You are very fortunate to have had her as long as you did, hold on to those memories because she will always be with you. I am keeping you both and the entire family in my thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace my friend and go well with God.
 

Michelle Boyer posted on 3/15/19
Kathy, words can’t express our deepest sympathies. We pray for you and your family. Most sincerely, Ken and Michelle Boyer (Previous neighbors of John and Angie)
 

Dennis Mullarkey posted on 3/15/19
I first met Bill in 1976 when I went to work at Kwik-Way. Bill was a very successful Regional Manager for the company. I'm grateful for the chance to have worked with him. My condolences to the entire Borsodi family and please know that I have you in my prayers during your time of sorrow. May Bill rest in peace.
 

 
Dawn Binkoski posted on 3/15/19
I wanted to convey my condolences to your family. I am truly sorry for your loss. I will keep your family in our prayers & thoughts. Love, Dawn
 

 
John Thoma Sr posted on 3/14/19
I met Bill Borsodi in 1957. He came to my place of employment and introduce himself to me. He said he was Charlotte Simpson brother-in law and from that point forward, Bill and I became friends. The rest is history.
 

 
Ellen Stewart posted on 3/14/19
Kim & Stacey so sorry for the loss of your mother. May you and all the family be comforted by the fond memories and love received. God Bless you all. R.I.P. Bev
 

Chris and Christina Bourque posted on 3/14/19
Sending hugs and strength to your beautiful family The Bourque Family
 

 
Karylin Clevenger , VACKC posted on 3/14/19
I am so very sorry for your loss! My deepest condolences to the Bitterman as they mourn the loss of Beverly.
 

Kathy & Don Moss posted on 3/14/19
To all of Chad's family our deepest sympathies. A great man was taken too soon. When we went for our meetings with Chad he always told stories of his family with a big smile on his face. He will be so missed.
 

 
Ginny & Sam Aharrah posted on 3/14/19
Making cookies for the kids and supplying Pond Scum to hide in the back of Chad’s refrigerator.
 

Ginny & Sam Aharrah posted on 3/14/19
Cathi, Henry, Caroline & Eli: There are no words... Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Chad was loved by all and definitely left a large footprint in my small sandbox.
 

Amber Micka posted on 3/14/19
My condolences to the family for your loss of Mrs. Bitterman. May God strengthen and comfort you with his promise of the resurrection. Acts 24:15
 

Val S posted on 3/13/19
At this difficult time in life, we pray that God will grant you the comfort and peace that you need to sustain you. Psalm 94:19
 

Peggy & Dennis Falk posted on 3/13/19
I am sorry for her passing. She was a great cousin and friend, I know she will be very much missed by everyone. I wish I could be there, but I have no help to run my business..Love you girls and would love to see you sometime.. Your Mom was a great lady!! Peggy and Dennis Falk
 

Barbara Pan posted on 3/13/19
Kathy, I know you know how special Chad was to you & the kids, he was also special to all of us at Edward Jones. Sending prayers to all of you.
 

Carol & Frank McKeever posted on 3/13/19
Our sincere sympathy goes out to Beverly's family and to Fred Neiser, her special friend. Bev was a wonderful person and a good friend to so many of us. I will miss our visits and phone conversations, but I will cherish her memory.
 

Justin & Tiffany Pisellini posted on 3/13/19
Walton Family, We are so very sorry for your loss. There are no words to say to make this all better although I wish I had them. Justin worked with Chad at Edward Jones and looked up to him with work and in life. He was a mentor for him and always helped him along his way. Justin took his lessons with him when he left edward jones and Chad left a lasting Imprint on him. Whenever we left regional meetings or outings we both would talk about how awesome Chad was. Such an amazing, kind person. Kathy, I will always remeber how sweet Henry and Caroline were to our daughter Charlotte at the last summer regional we were at. I have no doubt they will grow up to be just like you and Chad. I haven't stopped thinking about your family since we heard the news last Thursday. I know the future doesnt get easier and life must go on. But know we will always be here. Pisellini Family
 

Bill and Robin Boroski posted on 3/13/19
Our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Florence. She was a cheerful inspiration to all those who knew her. She always had a smile and kind words for everyone. We will remember her heart warming stories and wonderful tales of baseball and motorcycles. She will be missed by our entire family and especially by our young grandsons who had the pleasure of learning to ride their Honda down her long driveway, while she lovingly watched and coached them on safety. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. God Bless.
 

Renda Good posted on 3/13/19
Dear Sara I am so sorry to hear of your passing. We have worked together doing our remote coding for couple of years now and always looked forward to our talks. Especially when they told us we were not allowed to talk to each other. We would laugh so much was always good to be so light hearted. I am going to miss you and our talks. I am sorry I didn’t not say anything earlier since have been out 3 weeks after having my spinal fusion. You will be dearly missed and wanted to let your family know how much you meant to others even though we only knew each other from work. Love Renda
 

Mary Moore posted on 3/13/19
Cathi..Kathy and kids,.,can't tell you how devastated we were to get the news about Chad that morning..he always stopped to see us when he came to Dirk's to hunt and visit..he was a top notch guy for sure,and that you can be proud of Cathi..you raised him well..now he can be with Laurie and Fred..they will take good care of him!..love and hugs to you all,..❤️
 

Tibretta Bigham-Reiman posted on 3/13/19
Our deepest sympathy for the loss of Chad. I’ve been thinking of you and your family. Fran his hometown of Pinckneyville
 

 
Stacey Ankney posted on 3/13/19
I am so sorry for your loss, Chad was an amazing man that was admired and loved by many different people. It goes without saying he will be deeply missed.
 

Diana Woodside posted on 3/12/19
Sympathy to Cathi, Brook, Kathy and family Words cannot express how sorry we are to hear of Chad’s passing. We have some great memories of Chad coming out to our home with friends. We shall always remember him as smiling and respectful young man Gone too soon but never forgotten. God be with you Larry and Diana Woodside
 

Scott & Sara Mills posted on 3/12/19
Kathy, Henry, Caroline & Eli: We didn’t get a chance to sign the book on Saturday so we’re leaving our message here. Our hearts & prayers are with you! All our love, Scott & Sara Mills
 

 
Debbie Vizcaya (Bywater) posted on 3/12/19
I have known her and the Family for a very very long time. She was one of the Best Neighbors that you could ask for. She was a long time friend to my Mom. She is very loved and will be vety missed. We love you Bev. XOXO
 

Katy Michalec posted on 3/12/19
Ostoff Resort 2014 our family had the pleasure of welcoming Chad and his amazing family to Region 167. What a wonderful, humble, welcoming man Chad was; a kind-hearted leader and loving family man. He leaves a legacy that will last the test of time. Rest In Peace. The Michalec Family (Joe, Katy, Aden & Wesley)
 

Pix posted on 3/12/19
Chad made life better for everyone. He asked how you were doing and meant it. I wish we had more people in the world like him. You are a strong family and will get through this together. I will miss him and his friendship. God Bless You all.....
 

Bob and Terri Schachner posted on 3/12/19
Kathy and family - Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Chad was a wonderful man and we were lucky to count him as our friend. May your future be filled with warm thoughts as you hold him in your heart.
 

Barbara Pan posted on 3/12/19
To the Walton Family, Words cannot express the loss we all feel. Chad has touched our lives in such a special way & I was honored to know him. I will pray for all of you.
 

Holly Muth posted on 3/12/19
Chad, in my 10 years spent with Edward Jones I can’t recall a time you weren’t encouraging, inspiring and giving to any and every person around you! This includes me! You were my new level coach and I remember you telling me to “never stop doing whatever it was that I was doing! No matter what Holly, keep going!” I’ll never forget those words as well as all the other significant ways you impacted my journey! You will never be forgotten Chad! My deepest thoughts and prayers are with you Kathy, Henry, Caroline and Eli!! ❤️
 

Dan and Carrie Murphy posted on 3/12/19
Our hearts go out to you Walton family...what an amazing person Chad was. He was an unbelievable father, husband, friend, and mentor. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers. Sending our love and support❤️
 

Betsy Smith posted on 3/12/19
Kathy, Henry, Caroline, and Eli, I never got to meet Chad face to face, but felt like I knew him from the stories you shared during our planning times and chat sessions at work. In so many of the stories I heard I could feel how much love you all shared and the amazing memories you all made in so many awesome times together! I didn’t make it through the line at the church, as I was one of the hundreds of guests still in the winding pews full of so many people who echo my deepest sympathy. I’ll be praying for comfort and strength for you all and am so sorry for your loss.
 

Jeff, Katy, Ben and Hannah Schafermeyer posted on 3/12/19
Our love to you.
 

Danielle Marshall posted on 3/12/19
Kathy, Eli, Henry & Caroline, I feel so lucky to have had the chance to have your dad/husband as my regional leader. He was positive, motivating, honest and humble. He pushed us to work harder, do the right thing always and keep our clients in the forefront of everything we did and said. I learned so much from him about leadership. He always set a good example and was respected by all. Please know that you are in our thoughts and our prayers, and we hope to see you at future Edward Jones events as you will ALWAYS be a part of the Edward Jones family. Danielle, Ryan & Caiden Marshall
 

Joe Perez posted on 3/12/19
So very sorry for your families loss.....Chad will be missed.
 

 
Jana Ledbetter posted on 3/12/19
My heartfelt condolences to Chad’s family. He was a great guy.
 

Laura H posted on 3/12/19
In loving memory of a good man. Chad will always be a day in Shark Week. And no one will make white chicken chili better than him. I will never forget the life and humor Chad brought to a room. He will be missed but live on in his beautiful family. Rest In Peace with God.
 

 
John and Barb Fowler posted on 3/12/19
Our thoughts, prayers and love are with Chad's family. What a wonderful man! He is so missed.
 

Susan Kurz posted on 3/12/19
Bev was a very sincere put together lady always a smile and caring gesture never a bad word spoke she was beautiful inside & out so glad I was able to been friends with her. R.I.P. Beautiful Bev
 

Morse family posted on 3/12/19
Gone, but never forgotten. We are so incredibly sorry for your loss. He was a wonderful man and loved by so many. May all the memories help your hurting hearts!
 

John and Carol Peach posted on 3/12/19
We are thinking of you daily and sending so much love. ❤️ Love, The Peach Family
 

David J. Darling posted on 3/11/19
My condolences to Sara's entire family for this loss. Sara was always smiling and positive, even in those times when she struggled with the pain of her illness. She was always a joy to be around. I remember her time as a cheerleader at PHS, her enjoying the Homestead Festival Parade, and all those special moments she shared with her best friend and sister, Jill. May she now rest in peace.
 

Christine Nemeth posted on 3/10/19
I am so sorry for your loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
 

 
Marcus Lockmondy posted on 3/10/19
Rest in Heaven Uncle Bill. You will be forever loved and missed by many. Till we all meet again rest freely.
 

Margaret Kozak posted on 3/10/19
RIP Bill. You will be missed...cousin Margaret
 

RVS posted on 3/9/19
Dear Grove family, May fond memories of Leland bring you comfort during this hard time in your life. Look back on all the good memories you were able to have and smile at the fact that you were able to share these before he passed away. May the words recorded in Psalm 34:18,19 grants you comfort.
 

David & Sue Massie posted on 3/7/19
Cathi, Brook, & Chad’s family, Our hearts are broken along with all of you. Please know you are all in our prayers and we feel your loss.
 

 
Cathi Johnson posted on 3/6/19
I hv known Mr. Grove for 30 + years . I Loved his dedication to God and his family. His sense of humor was always an up lift. He always made me laugh when I needed it the most without knowing I did. I will miss him dearly. I know God was pleased with him. Love and Prayers Cathi Johnson
 

Christina G posted on 3/6/19
I’m so sorry for your loss. We are not made to accept death because God has instilled eternity in our hearts.(Eclesiastics 3:11). God promises to wipe away death forever and return our loved ones to us. Isaiah 25:8 “He will swallow up death forever,And the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces.” Acts 24:15 “And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous.” Psalms 37:29 “The righteous will possess the earth,And they will live forever on it.”
 

Ray & Carol Wagner posted on 3/6/19
Bob and Kathy & girls, You certainly have our prayers. We know that he is in heaven , but we also know that you will miss him. God bless you
 

Kim Seitzinger posted on 3/5/19
Dee, I am so sorry for your loss. I am praying for your family as you celebrate your Father-in-Law's life and that he is now HOME.
 

Tom and Susan Barnes posted on 3/5/19
On behalf of the Barnes Family we are deeply sorry for your lose. We pray for everlasting peace. God Bless the Perkins Family,forever in our Prayers.
 

Rosalie Elliott posted on 3/4/19
So sorry for the loss of a dear cousin. Prayers to all.
 

troy sheets posted on 3/4/19
Sorry for your loss Bob and Kathy and family.
 

Theresa Brady posted on 3/4/19
Art and Marie Perkins hold a very special in our hearts. They always showed so much kindness to us but especially our 3 daughters who thought of them as grandparents. Around the holidays, we still put out special momentum’s that Art and Marie made for the girls; wooden snowmen, Easter bunnies, Valentine hearts, and Santa’s. I still have the punch bowl and cups that Marie gave to me before she moved, she said they were from her wedding gift. Our condolences to the Perkins family, Marie will always have a place in our hearts.
 

Mary posted on 3/4/19
Well done my good and faithful servant. Leland, thank you for your love for God and your wonderful example to all. Martha and family, our deepest sympathies. He was one of a kind, and will be missed by all who knew him. Love, Mary and Tony Simmons
 

jason brady posted on 3/3/19
We lived next door to Art and Marie. They took my 3 children in like grandkids which was wonderful because we were from out of state. We loved them very much.. Sorry to hear of Marie's passing but happy she lived so many years.
 

 
Anna McCaslin posted on 3/3/19
Marie L. Perkins was my favorite aunt, we share a lot of memories of our families together and she will be sadly missed. May she rest in peace!
 

 
Corinne Sawyer posted on 3/1/19
You will forever be missed! Love you❤️
 

Dee Dugdale posted on 2/27/19
Heartfelt condolences to Al's family, he was a friend from the American Legion Post, great guy we're going to miss him!
 

Howie posted on 2/25/19
My heart goes out to Sue's family and friends. Many fond memories of last 40+ years. She was a generous loving person who married one of my best friends. Two of her older sisters, both of whom I was able to see from time to time, Joan, and Jeanie, and others in her family, have had too much sorrow in too short a time, as has Ray. Sue will be cherished by many for as long as we live. I miss her already.
 

Jackie R posted on 2/25/19
Dear family. I am very sorry to have read of the recent death of your loved one, Susan. Please accept my sincere condolences. I would like to share something that I have personally found to be very comforting. It is found in the Bible at John 5:28,29 and also Revelation 21:3-5. These verses tell us that soon God is going to bring about a resurrection of our dear loved ones, as well as do away with all of the many causes we have for suffering, including sickness, pain & death. Knowing this has always comforted me and it is my hope that these thoughts from the Bible will likewise comfort your family and will also ease some of your pain during this most difficult time in your lives.
 

Bonnie Lemke posted on 2/25/19
So sorry for your loss. Sue was such a wonderful person and will be missed by so many. Her loving heart and kindness that she showed to all of those precious animals in need. God has gained another petcious Angel.My heart is broken. But I will always remember Sue's love for life and animals. She will be with us all spiritually,not bodily.Your pain you endured on this earth Is now all eternal love with the Lord. You will forever live within my heart and soul. My journey on this earth is not up yet, for someday we will meet again. I send my prayers, love and strength to her loving family .RIPSue.❤️
 

"evil" John Wilson posted on 2/25/19
Thank you Sue for welcoming Margaret & me into your circle of friends lo those many years ago. Were it not for you, we would not have met, and grown to love so many delightful and talented people. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. (And I'll miss you telling me to, "go to hell" when I give you crap about your animals!) Be at peace friend!
 

Mary Richmond posted on 2/25/19
My thoughts are with all of you at this difficult time. Sue had become a very good friend of mine when I lived in Illinois. I will miss her. She was the most generous person I ever met. Always giving of herself to others. Her love for her furries and chotzkees will never be matched. She was one of a kind. I'm glad I got to know the Conley family. Love and Prayers, Mary Richmond
 

Jordan posted on 2/25/19
Mom-this is the hardest day of my life having to say goodbye. It was an honor being able to call you Mom. I will miss and always appreciate all the times we had together and regret not having more time. You were truly a blessing and more than just my Mom, you were my best friend. You will be missed and always loved. I love you. Your son-Jordan
 

Valerie posted on 2/24/19
Dear Barry family, our deepest condolences to your family. Please take comfort in knowing that God will soon wipe away tears and pain will be no more -Rev 21:4.
 

Katrina C Stiefbold posted on 2/24/19
Very sorry to hear of Uncle Alfred's passing. He lived a long and active life. Deepest sympathies to all of you.
 

Nova Brooks posted on 2/24/19
It is with sincere sympathy that I shared this information with you. 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. 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 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. https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&docid=1102013500&srcid=share
 

Janet Swander posted on 2/23/19
John was a good man, always willing to help me with projects if my husband was busy. He loved his family!
 

Mike and Donna Durbin posted on 2/22/19
We lived close to Elmer and Vivian, and kept an eye on them since all of their family was out of state. Through this, we met Darlene. She was always so nice! We then moved to Las Cruces, NM almost five years ago. Darlene always sent us a Christmas card with such a nice note. The world will be a sadder place without her. We send our deepest sympathy to her family. Mike and Donna Durbin
 

 
Dawn EBieber posted on 2/22/19
Typical BRUTAL Chicago weather as per usual but know a sense of SPRING will show p as I know you would wish it. Never forgetting
 

Dee Basso Yoshimura posted on 2/21/19
Our deepest sympathy to Mark and the entire family. My husband & I have known Paula since our days at Canton Junior High in Streamwood. We are deeply saddened to hear this news, we adored Paula. love from Florida, Kelly Yoshimura & Deb Basso Yoshimura
 

Diana Sosa Burgos posted on 2/20/19
May my condolences bring you comfort and may my prayers ease the pain of this loss.” “We pray the love for the lost is forever carried in your memory.” “Words can't express how saddened I am to hear of your loss.”...“Today and always, may loving memories bring you peace, comfort, and strength.My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Our deepest condolences, Nana and family
 

Janet Johnson posted on 2/19/19
Dear Tom, The heartache that comes with the death of a mother is unlike any other heartache. I offer you my sympathy, my empathy, and my admiration for being the kind of son that every mother dreams of. You were there for all of it when she needed you the most—everything from literally working for years making your way through the cruel maze of the medical insurance world on your mom's behalf to physically being near to her (and no doubt delivering your inimitable jokes on cue). I believe what you believe: that Patricia's soul is now and forever living in unfathomable joy in heaven. I also believe that God has created a balm specifically for you, Tom, to soothe your heartache. —JJ
 

HH posted on 2/18/19
My deepest condolences to the family and friends. May you find comfort in your memories together and in God and his word the Bible. He promises to comfort us and give us the strength we need. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4/Philippians 4:7)
 

Craig & Nancy Ferger posted on 2/16/19
You are all in our thoughts and prayers, we will be thinking of you during this time. One of the greatest neighbors! May God Bless all of you.
 

Craig & Nancy Ferger posted on 2/16/19
We are so sorry to hear about your Bob, We will be unable to make his memorial, Please know, we will be thinking of you during this time, our thoughts and prayers are with you. One of the greatest neighbors ever. May God Bless you all.
 

Marge Tinsley posted on 2/15/19
The Tinsley family, (Marge, Kevin, Dara) are so sorry to hear of the passing of O. L. “Buck” Weaver. John really enjoyed working with Buck, and the sport has lost another “great” along with Gene Montgomery’s recent passing. Deepest sympathy to Sara, Wayne, and the rest of Buck’s family and friends.
 

Don Wallace posted on 2/14/19
Buck is an icon with a great memory and extreme talent for embellishing races he called and specifics were essential always in the best interests of the sport that helped him become an older gentleman. He had the voice. He cared. To your family they will miss you with love and appreciate the strength you gave them. Thanks Buck!!!! Don Wallace
 

Bill & Donna Winn posted on 2/13/19
I would like to offer my sincerest condolences during this difficult time. The loss of someone close is a very painful experience. I hope you can find a measure of comfort in God's Word the Bible. For example, Revelation 21:4 tells of a coming time when death on earth will be no more! And at John 5:28,29 we are taught that all those in the memorial tomb will come out! So, we may have the opportunity to see our loved ones again! For more information about this topic and much more please visit jw.org
 

Charles Kjelland posted on 2/13/19
My deepest sympathy to the Anderson family tor the loss of Bob. He was a year behind me at Sharon High, but we were good friends, playing football on the SHS team. Also many friendly games of monopoly and sevens up at his home.
 

Charles Kjelland posted on 2/13/19
My deepest condolences to the Weaver family for the loss of Buck. Although a few years older than me, we were great friends when I lived in Sharon across the street from him. Attended horse races and fairs with him several times, and would see him at Emmys restaurant a lot.
 

 
Denise Morris posted on 2/12/19
Bob, I know you are with God now but you will always be in our hearts. We so enjoyed watching and enjoying our time with your family. We love you all as our own. I will be praying for you and the family. Thank you Bob for being such a wonderful and loving man in Billy's life. You were a very special man. Rest in Peace Sir!
 

Phyllis J Cox posted on 2/12/19
Darolee, John ,Gary, Lorraine, Patty and Keith , so sorry for your loss. I have many memories of Auntie Darlene and all of you. their wedding and a lot of family get togethers. My prayers and love to you all.
 

Robin Weber Pardus posted on 2/12/19
Sorry to hear of Buck passing. Thoughts and prayers to all.
 

Sam Hodgett posted on 2/12/19
Buck will be very missed. We had many long visits and what one of us couldn’t remember the other did. Sandy’s and my condolences to his family.
 

 
Margie Bachner posted on 2/12/19
Bob you will be missed bunches. Have always loved your stories and kind words. Rest in peace. Larry & Margie Bachner
 

Sandra posted on 2/12/19
My condolences to the family. Please be comforted by the Bible's promise of the resurrection. John 5:28,29, Acts 24:15.
 

Kim Morgan posted on 2/9/19
This is a sad time. This was my Uncle Dave. He and Aunt Betty were my godparents. I will remember Uncle Dave with his pipes. Even though he quit so many years ago it is what I will remember him when I was a kid. He always had such great jokes to tell you. He would always make me laugh. He was always joking around. We would go on many bowling trips to many great places. He would bowl in tournaments with my Dad, Wendell Morgan and many of their close friends. After s few years then Darrell joined the team. Those are the trips and times I will always remember. And they were good at it. They won many trophy's. We had so much fun. My prayers go out to Darrell, Vilma and the rest of the family. I will miss him and his humor a lot.
 

Christina G posted on 2/9/19
Y deepest sympathy for the loss of your loved one. May you find comfort in loving memories and hope in the promise of resurrection found in Jehovah Gods word. Isaiah 25:8, Acts 24:15, Psalms 37:29.
 

Amber Micka posted on 2/9/19
My condolences to the family for your loss of Mr. Guzman. May God strengthen and comfort you with his promise of the resurrection. Acts 24:15
 

Amber Micka posted on 2/9/19
My condolences to the family for your loss of Mr. Guzman. May God strengthen and comfort you with his promise of the resurrection when the dead will rise. Acts 24:15
 

Stephanie Rahn posted on 2/7/19
A special person. I will always remember him and that voice! What a laugh he had. Hugs Rose and sons. Just so sorry for your loss of Jim.
 

Marell Schmidt posted on 2/7/19
You are finally pain free and at peace. Rest well. I'm glad to have known you and Joanne.. Marigold.
 

Debbie Smith posted on 2/6/19
Jean, it was such a long journey that you faced over these past years. A journey that many of us could have never endured as you did. Your strength, will to live and positivity for hope always shined through. It was in your voice and smile. I saw it in your eyes and in your actions. You had no idea early in your journey that I saw the fighter you would become. You fought to the very end and you did it your way. Just like you said you would. I was always so proud of you and often wondered if you ever knew how special you were to me. I may have told you a time or two in passing, but let me be clear now. I am blessed and so proud to have known you. More importantly. You made my best friend happy and the love between you two was unbreakable. That is true love Jean and thank you for letting me witness it. So for all those who didn’t get a chance to see you in your last days. Well...you missed her last laugh, her last bad word ‘shit’ when the Bears missed the field goal, you missed her anger and agitation as she neared the end. Frankly, you missed everything. I get to remember the entire Jean. From the fighter to the last breath as the pain left her Body. They said she could still hear, so of course I had many things I wanted to say...but only one thing I could say...Jean, I love you and couldn’t be more proud to watch over Shelley now. She will be ok, and from what we learned from you during this special time is simple. Life is short, forgiveness is necessary to move on, and your real friends come when you need them, not when they need to take something from you. What a concept, what a true friend, and what a way to end! I want nothing more but this memory forever. Thank you for allowing me to know and share your life to the end. I am forever grateful for those last days, as we relived our entire life together in a small window of time. It was better than I remembered it, Jean. It was almost perfect...it was a perfect 9.
 

Jason posted on 2/4/19
So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers to you and your family Jill.
 

Ron Teliszczak posted on 2/4/19
Mr. Haeni, during my time in this area, you were Big Foot High School. Your smile was as big as your heart. We all knew how much you cared. My heart is deeply fractured over this news; words seem so inadequate. The Big Foot community has lost a piece of its soul with your passing. I will forever shout out your name in tones of love. I know you are resting peacefully in heaven, Sir, and I pray for your loving Family.
 

Jan Berlin posted on 2/4/19
Jim was larger than life, and cared deeply for everyone he came in contact with. He was always there to help us in Big Foot Athletics any job, any sport, any time. From running a scoreboard to selling tickets, he’d do whatever we needed, but he especially loved announcing from the press box. One of my favorite memories of Jim was the track meets. Jim had to watch from the press box as events finished so he could announce the next one to start. Kids would always be walking around in the middle of the track and be in the way. Jim would often yell “”Hit the dirt you kids! I can’t see!” They always Immediately did it, then waited for him to announce the next race and got back up. Or he would announce the jump pits were closing by saying “Open pit has 5 more minutes and barbecue is done!” He loved all the kids and was your friend for life. Rest In Peace, Jim. You made your life count.
 

Jerry Mattson posted on 2/4/19
May God's hand of mercy and love shower Tom's family at this sad and difficult time. We are close friends to his brother Bob in the Phoenix Area. We pray that God will shower you with His love and comfort .. May the peace of God be with you. In Jesus Name, Jerry and Lana Mattson
 

Marilyn Ruszkowski posted on 2/3/19
Dear Linda , Jill and Family I am so very sorry for all of your losses Tom,Toni and Jack.My thoughts and prayers are with each of you for each of them.May they RIP.!
 

Marilyn Ruszkowski posted on 2/3/19
Dear Linda and Jill I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you and your family. May he RIP.!
 

Karen Dohn posted on 2/3/19
Linda and Jill, So sorrry to hear about Tom's passing. Unfortunately, we are out of town and will not be able to attend the visitation tomorrow. Our condolences to both of you and your family.
 

Brian & Robin Simmons posted on 2/2/19
Our thoughts, prayers, and heartfelt sympathy go out to you all during this very sad time. (Miller Rd)
 

Marilyn Ruszkowski and Family posted on 2/2/19
Dear Linda andJill and family. I am so very sorry to hear of Tom's death.My love,thoughts, and prayers are being sent with my deepest sympathy.May he RIP !
 

Beth (Braun) Miller posted on 2/1/19
Dear Connie, Tom, Anne and MATT, Please keep me posed on internment @Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery. If it is not a private service, I would like to attend and offer my blessings to you all. Love, Beth (Braun) Miller, Hayden CO.
 

Sondra Walbert posted on 2/1/19
Jill, I remember your Dad from Camden’s hockey games. It was always nice to have your parents there! So sorry for your loss.
 

Carl and Kath Graf posted on 2/1/19
Linda: Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. Tom shall be forever remembered and missed as a true gentleman, lover of golf, family and life. May God bestow his eternal blessings on him and give you strength at this difficult time.
 

Wanda Haeni-Stommel posted on 2/1/19
Uncle Jim was the best uncle a niece could ask for. When I got married I asked Uncle Jim to be one of my ushers. He was so excited and let me tell you he took his job seriously and above! He was there right away that morning to help decorate the hall. He made sure before we left that everything was in place and ready. I had an ice sculpture and since it was warmer that day than it was suppose to he was worried it was going to melt all over so he was trying to think of what to do, lol... After the ceremony he made sure my card box or anything else that needed to go to the hall was there. The end of the night when all the decorations had to be taken down he stayed right there with us to help get everything down. He came to me and said Wanda, you go to your hotel, I have the rest of this. He made sure my presents, card box, extra table decorations ect. were in boxes and taken to my house, he didn't care what time it was. Uncle Jim was always there when you needed a jokster around. Uncle Jim you will be deeply missed and you are very loved!
 

 
Brenda Lotesta posted on 2/1/19
In memory of a special woman with a special smile that always made yew feel warm and welcome
 

Mark Duski posted on 2/1/19
Lots of great memories from the GBC. It was my honor to have played some rounds with you. Rest In Peace.
 

Mark Duski posted on 2/1/19
Lots of great memories at the GBC. It was my pleasure to have played a few rounds with you. We will let as you Tommy. Rest In Peace.
 

 
Teri Ernest posted on 2/1/19
Dear Nagel Family My deepest condolences in the loss of your Mother. She truly was a remarkable person. We will all miss her.
 

Tom & Marilyn Leuer posted on 2/1/19
We were shocked and saddened to hear of Carol's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family.
 

Teri Ernest posted on 2/1/19
Dear Nagel Family! My deepest condolences to your family on the passing of you Mom. She was a wonderful kind person and will be greatly missed.
 

Gary Nikula posted on 2/1/19
We're so sorry for your loss. Carole was always so gracious and so nice to me and everyone she knew.
 

Freida benson posted on 1/31/19
So very sorry for your loss a very nice lady Freida benson
 

 
Wanda Haeni-Stomme; posted on 1/31/19
My Uncle Jim was one of the best Uncle's a niece could ask for, He was always making sure family, friends even strangers were part of something. I remember the day I got married, I had asked him to be my Usher. He was so excited, He took it seriously. He made sure that everything was perfect, from making sure cards box got to the hall, making sure everyone knew where they were suppose to go, (i had an ice sculpture and it was melting-he was trying to find a way for it not to melt, lol). At the end of my night he gathered up my presents, cards, any keepsakes, the left over things and took them to my house. He helped taking decorations down before we could leave the hall and told us that he would help finish up with everyone else so we could leave. He was so caring of people and I am glad to have been able to have him as my uncle. Uncle Jim, I can;t believe you not here, You are so missed and I love you.
 

Beth (Braun) Miller posted on 1/31/19
Dear Connie, Tom, Anne, and Tom, I am deeply sorry to hear of your loss of your Mother, someone so important and special in your lives. I will always remember Aunt Mary Ellen, her laughter and her love to tell stories! The heart that your mother had for her children and grandchildren is a rare gift to the many people who had the privilege to know her and be blessed by her. Please accept my condolences. I’ll be praying for you and the rest of your family. With Love, Beth (Braun) Miller PO Box 177, Hayden, CO 81639 970-276-1739
 

James Stark posted on 1/31/19
Ken & family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Jim & Carla Stark
 

David and Angela Ortiz posted on 1/31/19
We are saddened to hear of Mr. Oswald's passing, and would like to extend our condolences to his family. Bill was a very nice man, and served as our insurance agent for almost two decades. He was an incredibly kind person. Grateful to have met him. Praying for comfort over his loved ones during this time.
 

Connie Mueller posted on 1/30/19
Ken and family, My thoughts and prayers are with you. Carole was a gentle and lovely woman. Sincerely, Connie Mueller
 

Brother Butch Haeni posted on 1/30/19
Jim is truly going to be missed by brother Butch & and sister-in-law, Barbs. It really tickled Jim, to be able to get " Free" tickets to Ice Hogs Hockey games, We would go to the games and then the next day to resale store's, junk stores, etc. The four of us went up to Door County and stayed a weekend at a college friends, cottage, did a little wine tasting and toured around. Jim was always at the big events of our children and grandchildren. Weddings, Funerals, Graduation parties, and in the earlier years, Our annual family Thanksgiving event, until the kids started having families of their own. Jim was always good hearted, and would offer help to anyone, who needed it. Miss You already: "BROTHER"
 

Cal and Marsha. Black posted on 1/30/19
We were terribly saddened to hear of Carole’s passing. We met Ken and Carole when our daughters were swimming at the U of I. She was a gracious and loving woman, and we so enjoyed our times spent with Carole and Ken. God bless the Nagel family. Cal and Marsha Black
 

 
Stacey Reavley posted on 1/30/19
I'm so sorry to hear of Mrs. Nagels passing. I have known the Nagel family since I was a little girl. My heart breaks for everyone. Please accept my deepest condolences during this difficult time. My prayers are with you all. I know all too well what each of you are going through. May God Bless you Ken & kids along with all the grandchildren, and remaining family & friends !
 

Dave and Mary Ann Benson posted on 1/30/19
Shocked and saddened to learn of Carole’s passing. We will remember her as a woman of strong faith, devoted to her husband and family, friendly, and willing to help with many things in the church and school communities. We extend our sympathy to all.
 

Connie Johnson posted on 1/30/19
Dear Ken and children.. Please accept our deepest sympathy in the loss of your loved one. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Peace and Blessings, Bill and Connie Johnson
 

 
Bill & Carol (Rukas) Doemland posted on 1/30/19
Ken and family, we're so very sorry for your loss of such a great person. We have always enjoyed your company for many years. Our very deepest condolences.
 

Cindy (Nagel) and Bob Strasser posted on 1/29/19
Ken, Brenda, Molly, Jason, and Betsy, We are so sorry to hear of Carole’s passing. She was always smiling and was very positive about life. She was always a pleasure to be with and now she will be sorely missed. Please know that you are in our prayers and thoughts, especially during this difficult time. God has called her Home and that is where we all want to go some day. You have always been a close family, going on vacations together, sitting around the pool, and even some of you working together at Fox River Foods. She may be gone, but she will forever be in your hearts and memories. God bless all of you as you get through the next few days and then the days after. Knowing Carole, she would want you to carry on with your lives. She was a very loving wife, mother and Granny. You have our deepest sympathy. Love to you all!
 

 
Cathi Paige posted on 1/29/19
Steve and I are so sorry for your loss. We have very fond memories of Carole. She was always very kind to everyone whenever we got together. I know that she will be greatly missed. You're in our thoughts and prayers. With our deepest sympathy, Steve and Cathi Paige
 

Brian & Armelinda DeBolt posted on 1/29/19
Our Hearts Are Greiving. The DeBolt Family Are Praying For Ken And The Immeditaly Family. God Bless.
 

Lenore Chione Edlund posted on 1/29/19
Condolences to the Nagel Family
 

Lenore Chione Edlund posted on 1/29/19
Condolences to Kenny and the Family. I knew Carol through my Sister Nancy Boyne Mc Elyea.
 

Joe and Emily Schulze posted on 1/29/19
We are so sorry! Such a beautiful person! Our prayers and love to the whole family.
 

Joe and Emily Schulze posted on 1/29/19
Oh, so sorry to learn of this! Such a sweet and lovely lady. Our hearts break for the whole family.
 

Cherie Mauer posted on 1/29/19
It was time for this angel to go home (too soon for all of us who knew and loved her). We will miss you Carole, feel like Bob and I have known you forever. I liked you from the day I met you and hubbie, you were so down to earth. Beautiful woman inside & out. Time for you to start your forever journey, with God. Hope to meet you again someday, my dear friend :) love always Bob & Cherie Mauer
 

Patsy and Doug Harris posted on 1/29/19
Oh what an amazing gal! Such sweet memories of a special lady. Memories that we have of raising our children. Swimming meets and shared driving back and forth. Carole always had such a softness about her. Never ever quick to anger. Always there to help and a sweet little laugh. She welcomed our daughters into their home many many times to share the fun memories. Carole was deeply loved by all and truly a great soul. She will be so so missed. Rest In Peace sweet lady.
 

PAM CATE GANTZ posted on 1/29/19
Ken I am so sorry to hear of Caroles passing. She was such a sweet girl.. To Molly and Brenda our love and prayers go out to you. You had a wonderful Mom and she will watch over you from heaven. May God give all of you strength for this journey. Ken she will br with your Mom and Dad and that is a comfort in itself. .
 

Mary Lou Miller posted on 1/29/19
Our sympathy and prayers to you in the loss of Carole.May all your memories comfort you in this time of sadness. Mary Lou )(Kuhn) and Bob Miller Genoa, IL
 

Colleen Carroll-Hansen posted on 1/29/19
Wishing the family lots of love, prayers and strength in the upcoming days and months as you honor such a wonderful lady! God bless you all
 

Sherry Mestan-Unholz posted on 1/29/19
Such a warm loving lady , and a great mother and grandmother. I was very lucky to have met her. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this very hard time.
 

Luke Petit posted on 1/29/19
We've only know Carole a short time but enjoyed hanging out at the car shows we hauled cars to for Ken and her this past Summer.... She will be missed... Luke & Sue Petit
 

Mary Lucas posted on 1/29/19
So sorry to hear the passing of my Aunt Mary Ellen, may she rest in peace. Prayers and Hugs to my cousins! Love, Mary (Braun) Lucas
 

 
geo braun posted on 1/29/19
Mary Ellen, I will always remember your happy voice, always looking on the bright side of life. God bless you and may you have fun now with dear brother George. My love to you both, Mary Lynne
 

Tim Collins posted on 1/29/19
Jim made everybody's life easier. He will be sorely missed.
 

B. J. Hylton posted on 1/29/19
So sorry for the loss of your beloved, Rita, last month, and I want to extend my sincere condolences to your family. There is a scripture of comfort found at John 5:28, 29 where it tells us about the resurrection hope. We can only imagine the joy we will have being reunited with our loved ones again.
 

Jackie R posted on 1/28/19
My sincere condolences to the family and friends. I am so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in the many precious memories you shared and warmth in God’s promises to end this pain that you are experiencing. It’s comforting to know that God understands our suffering and promises a future where we can be truly happy and be reunited with our dear loved ones. (Psalms 83:18, Revelation 21:3,4 - Psalm 37:10,11) For now, we have the gift of prayer which can provide the strength and hope needed to carry you through the difficult days ahead.
 

Jackie R posted on 1/28/19
I would like to express my sympathy in the loss of your dear family member. The death of a loved one is one of the most painful events that can happen. Our loving Heavenly Father understands how you feel because death was not a part of his original purpose for mankind (Genesis 1:28). However, he provides comfort to help soothe the feelings of sadness and grief. Psalm 147:3 says; "He (God) heals the brokenhearted; He binds up their wounds." The wonderful promise for the future at Revelation 21:4 is very comforting. It says; "He (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away." For more comfort please visit our website: jw.org and view the faith strengthening video; Is There Hope for the Dead? Click publications then videos.
 

 
Chester Swider posted on 1/27/19
We love you, Mary Ellen. We’ll miss you always and we understand why you had to leave. Sleep in peace. Wait for us. Love Bernard,John and Chester
 

Julie Nava Lawrence posted on 1/27/19
My dearest Linda. We first met at the birth of our grandaughter Athina in 2000 in California. From the moment we saw each other it was as if we knew each other for many years and there was an instant close connection for both of us. The warmth and love of which is so much a part of you drew me to you like no other person has in my entire life. You stayed in California for some time to help your daughter Julie recover from the birth and help care for your granddaughter Athina. You also traveled with us (David, Julie, Athina and myself) to Hawaii for a family vacation so that David and Julie would have your loving help with Athina. During that trip you and I had a chance to know about each other’s lives. On that trip we bonded as sisters forever. I am going to miss seeing you and talking to you. I Wil miss your wonderful laugh and your courage in facing life’s challenges. Your family is blessed in having you for a Mother, Grandmother. I also recall when you first met Del oh so many conversations regarding the man who would end up sharing your life with love, companionship, moral support and laughter. So my beautiful friend, I will pray for you, your family and Del.
 

Pat Fritz posted on 1/27/19
Helen, sorry to her about the loss of your mother. It’s difficult anytime but especially during the holiday season. My dad passed on December 17th and it’s just not the same. Thinking of you , Pat Fritz
 

Philip Janisch posted on 1/27/19
Linda, I’m so glad I got to meet you, your spirit live through all of us, we will miss you but you are now at peace. Love you Phil
 

 
Deanna Feeney posted on 1/26/19
Miss you Grandma.
 

Beverly Bassler posted on 1/26/19
My heart aches for you, Diana and Ryne and Ben. May God comfort each one of you in your sorrow! Love Aunt Bev
 

 
Denise Leonard posted on 1/26/19
I remember your mother was always so kind and gentle. I wish I had the words to lighten your pain, but it's times like these that words are never enough. I am deeply sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and my prayers.
 

Karen Kostal posted on 1/26/19
Del and family, So sorry to hear of your loss Deepest condolences from the staff at The grove Fox Valley Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time
 

Diana Coughlin posted on 1/25/19
Jean, we shared two beautiful children together. We shared many good years together, that I will always treasure. The boys will always have nothing but good kind thoughts of you. Our lives had taken different turns, however we always remained very close with our friendship. We will love and miss you everyday till we me again!
 

Patti Kraus posted on 1/25/19
We are so sorry for your loss- Prayers and love for you all❤❤
 

 
Becky Long Aldrich posted on 1/25/19
Ronnie was an important person in the life of his family and Immanuel. He will be remembered with fondness and joy.
 

Christina G posted on 1/24/19
Imy deepest sympathy for your loss. May the God of all peace safeguard your heart.(Philippians 4:6,7). https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&docid=1102012188&srcid=share
 

Wanda Towne posted on 1/23/19
Sending My deepest sympathy and prayers in the loss of your loved one Rob. May you find comfort and support in the days ahead. Wanda Towne
 

 
Wanda Towne posted on 1/23/19
Our 40th Class reunion- I had to opportunity to go and visit Rob in his home with a few of our class mates. We formed a very close friendship since July 2018. I came to know his gentle spirit and kind heart. He always had something nice and encouraging to say to me even though he was going through the worst of times. I will forever be grateful for his friendship, and the honesty he shared. His last words to me were humble and encouraging. I will never forget our special friendship and will treasure my memories of his gentle and loving and humorous spirit. Rest in Peace, Suffer no More.
 

Kathy Trierweiler Buckley posted on 1/23/19
I'm so sorry to hear of Therese's passing. I've known about her all my life thanks to my Mother (Virginia Trierweiler). Please know you are in our prayers.
 

Rita Murphy posted on 1/23/19
Father Jerry was a special priest and dear friend to my husband and I . I have great memories of many conversations over the years. My sympathy to his family. He is at peace and smiling now.
 

Virginia Trierweiler posted on 1/23/19
My Mother and I are so very sad to hear of the passing of Therese. These and Mom were life long friends. The stories I have heard over the years makes me laugh and smile in memory. Therese has such a fantastic sense of humor. I’m sorry mom will be unable to make the services. She is frail and unable to travel, but please know how loved she was by Mom and many. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. With love, Virginia Trierweiler Sue Krey
 

Dorothy Bukovac posted on 1/22/19
Dearest Kristina: My heart broke in a million pieces upon hearing of your passing. I'm grateful for many times spent together as your were growing up. Your spirit was joyful, funny and kind. Your love for my kitty cats will be remembered. You are free now, at peace, and in the arms of our Heavenly Father and embraced by your Davies grandparents. Until we meet again....I love you. Aunt Dot xoox
 

Terry Henning posted on 1/22/19
Rob was my cousin. Honestly, Rob was one of those guys, that everyone liked! He was the best. I can honestly say, I've never heard anyone say a bad thing about Rob, he was that kind of guy, everyone loved him! Rob was always there with a smile on his face, and a joke to tell. Growing up, he was the smartest person that I knew! He was just the best, and he'll be greatly missed by MANY! RIP Rob!
 

 
Ava Sands posted on 1/21/19
Dear Christina, You were loved by many. I'm so sorry this happened to you. God bless you and comfort you for eternity.
 

Patricia Roberts posted on 1/20/19
Father Jerry and his brother Father John came to Cedar Hill Resort each year to spend part of their vacation, fishing. This is where we became great friends with him and his brother and their good friend Dick Meich. We spent many nights listening to their fish stories, sharing a meal and playing pinochle. We had the pleasure of visiting Father Jerry several times while he lived in Connecticut. God Bless You Dear Friend Roger and Patricia Roberts
 

Linda Johnson Ferris & Tom Ferris posted on 1/20/19
To the Elbert Family, Tom and want to extend our deepest sympathy of the loss of Donna. Living next door and running errands for my mom down to Auntie Sue & Uncle Bill,,just being welcomed as a little child, was such a treat. Our parents were good neighbors and friends I will always have wonderful thoughts of the Elbert family. Donna was always there for me. She mentored me, she listened, and gave advice to help me. When Tom and I would come to Williams Bay we would stop or call here.My sister even brought our Swedish cousins & their wives to visit this past summer.. I have been so proud to have grown up with the Elbert family a part of my life. May God hold Donna close and may she find peace and comfort in heaven. I will miss her. In Deepest Sympathy, Tom & Linda A donation will be made to the local Washburn Co.Humane Society in Donna's name.
 

Frances Holland posted on 1/19/19
Rest in peace, Uncle Dan. So sorry we all lost touch so many years ago. I have very happy memories of visiting you and Aunt Patin Florida, and of you visiting my grandmother in Northumberland.
 

Bonnie Bijak Norush posted on 1/19/19
Dearest Lauri and Mark and family Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. As a friend shared with me when I lost my mom "death is not putting out the light - it is turning down the lamp in a new dawn". Your mom is in a new dawn. Prayers for all. Bonnie & Bob
 

Vicki Bergquist posted on 1/19/19
Sorry sorry for your loss, a lot of great memories with mom and dad and Jim and Florence with enduros and watching them square dance
 

Sharon Marcewicz posted on 1/18/19
You will be sadly missed my beautiful niece, we will all make sure mason know the beautiful soul you were. My deepest sympathies to yoyr parents brother and all if your family. Aunt Sharon, uncle ed and Evan
 

Demas Family posted on 1/18/19
You and your family have our deepest sympathy. May Wanda Rest In Peace with the Good Lord.
 

Audra Sprinkle-Moser posted on 1/18/19
I am so sorry for your loss.
 

Linda Brazis posted on 1/18/19
The unthinkable. No words can touch the pain. I send you all hugs from my heart... Linda Brazis
 

 
Cheryl Marshall posted on 1/18/19
My deepest condolences to you, Lauri and Mark and your family.
 

Steve and Debby Reinking posted on 1/18/19
We were so sorry to learn of you Mom’s passing. She is finally in peace and freed from her pain and worry. I wish we weren’t so far away. You know we would be with you to celebrate her life and to share our love and support. Know that you are all in our hearts and continue to be in our prayers.
 

Steve and Debby Reinking posted on 1/18/19
Our hearts go out to you as you weather this difficult time. Your Mom is safely at peace now and will always be in your cherished memories. We are not able to make the trip back from California, but know that we are with you in our prayers and sending love and deepest sympathy.
 

Gene and Frances Reuter posted on 1/18/19
Sending our deepest condolences. We are so sorry for your loss. Florence was a very kind, gracious and loving lady. She will always be in the hearts of all who love her. God bless her and all the family . With sympathy, Gene and Frances Reuter
 

Sue Allen posted on 1/17/19
She but such a sweet lady and leaves such a wonderful family. Our love and sympathy to all of you.
 

cindy fuchs posted on 1/17/19
Sorry to hear this sad news. sending blessings to all family and friends. cindy fuchs class of 1974
 

Jim and Carol Carpenter posted on 1/17/19
So, sorry for your loss. She was a very special lady. So friendly nd fun o be around. She will be missed.
 

 
Barbara (Lackey) Tibbit posted on 1/17/19
Rest in Peace, my beautiful cousin. You will be missed.
 

Dianne Hofner Saphiere posted on 1/17/19
Cousin Donna was the daughter of my great-uncle. I loved and admired her all my life, as she was the only professional working woman in our family. She was always smartly dressed, intelligent and charming, and she was published! Back in the day that was huge. I am so grateful to have been able to reconnect and visit her each summer for the past ten years or so, when we headed north from our home in Mexico. RIP, Donna dear, and enjoy being back with all our family in heaven.
 

 
Chuck Royse posted on 1/16/19
Rest in peace , missing you so much & you will be forever in My Heart ....
 

JILL WHITE posted on 1/16/19
Jeanne, I was so blessed to have you in my life as my friend. I will Miss you a lot. I know your in Heaven with all the Angels and no longer in pain. You were such a strong person with a very big heart. I am so glad Shelley was there to take care of you what a great person. My heart goes out to your Family and may they find peace knowing you are there Guardian Angel. You will always be in my heart and my thoughts.
 

Pamela Anderson posted on 1/15/19
So sorry for your loss. Florence was a wonderful lady. She will be missed.
 

Amy Pec posted on 1/15/19
As a child I would spend many hours chasing cats through the barns and helping Jim feed the cattle. She was just a short bike ride away. She was always there for me. She was such a special sweet woman that will be missed. Rest in peace sweetheart with Jim. My condolences to her family
 

Chris Tollefson posted on 1/14/19
RIP Jeanne Bradham You will forever be one of my favorite softball players. Cheers to our childhood, neighborhood games, hanging out and fun times in our high school years. Alot of great memories that still make me smile. Rest in peace my friend and may your Guardian Angel Wings fly high while you watch over your loved ones here on earth. Shelley Doolittle will need you closed by her side as she continues her life here on earth without you. My heart goes out to all Jeanne family and friends especially to her life partner Shelley
 

Chris Cunningham Tollefson posted on 1/14/19
RIP Jeanne Bradham You will forever be one of my favorite softball players. Cheers to our childhood, neighborhood games, hanging out and fun times in our high school years. Alot of great memories that still make me smile. Rest in peace my friend and may your Guardian Angel Wings fly high while you watch over your loved ones here on earth. Shelley Doolittle will need you closed by her side as she continues her life here on earth without you. My heart goes out to Shelley, family and friends
 

Judy Umbdenstock posted on 1/14/19
May she be at peace, and those that loved her find comfort in your memories of her.
 

Jimmy Bradham posted on 1/14/19
You are not only my sister, my twin, but friend. We came into this world, you and I, friends forever. Growing up together we always knew we had each other's backs, we could count on each other. I feel as if half of my soul has left me but take comfort in knowing you're with Mom and our Mawma's, together as if they never left. You are of me and I of you and you will forever live on till my final breath. You are my sister, my twin and my friend, together you and I , together side by side, together Jean and I.
 

Marko( linda) posted on 1/14/19
My dear friend Jean brandham you will be missed so much . We have been friends for so long and even with a few ups and downs we still stayed good friends . You have a big heart and so much compassion. We both promised each other we would stay strong and fight hard for each other. You will always be in my thoughts and in my heart dear friend. Until we met again love you and will mss you dearly. Marko Adams ( Linda)
 

Pam Hoehn posted on 1/14/19
Sorry for your loss Shelley, Gypsy, Hershey, and Charlie. Love Pam Hoehn and Earl from Heaven
 

Shelley Doolittle posted on 1/13/19
My sweet Angel I will carry you with me forever! You were the strongest person I know! I pray you are at peace now. You will always be with me and I hope you watch over me as I go forward. Taking care of you was a privledge and I hope I helped you & I will continue to honor you! My heart also goes out to her Twin Brother Jim & her boys Ryne & Ben. Always remember how much she was loved. May our memories help us smile!
 

 
marko adams posted on 1/13/19
Jean and I and others friends would go to ck's in Christmas Chicago and we both had the same ex girlfriend. Will always be in my heart and miss you very merry ch my dear friend.
 

Diana Secor posted on 1/13/19
How beautiful the words here.. God bless your heart Shelley. I will always remember Jeanne with a lovely smile, a hearty laugh and an easy going style. A very kind soul.. she will be fondly remembered and missed greatly. She walks now on streets paved in gold, pain free
 

 
Debbie Dixon posted on 1/13/19
Rest in Peace Jeanne. My deepest condolences to Shelley, and the rest of Jeanne's family and friends. You are all in my thoughts and prayers, along with her furbabies.
 

Cara Kensel posted on 1/13/19
Jeanne worked with my mom at Plano Molding.My mom always spoke very highly of her.So sorry for your loss.
 

Jimmy H Bradham posted on 1/13/19
You were not only my sister and twin, but my friend. We came into this world together and have always been in part of each others lives, We always knew that we had each others backs. I will miss our long talks and happy laughs sitting on your back deck, I will never drive past your house without thinking of you, sister. I feel that half of my soul has been taken, but it's been taken to be with Mom and our Mawma's. I was part of you and you will forever be part of me and you will live on till my last breath. We have a special bond you and me, you and me two by two forever. RIP Jean till we meet again..
 

mary alice diaz posted on 1/13/19
I will always remember the great neighbor you were ... All the fun memories that my children at the time had with you.. Very kind and often lots of laughs ... I know you will be missed by many but no more suffering ..
 

Jimmy Bradham posted on 1/13/19
You were not only my sister and twin, but my forever friend. We came into this world together and together we will always be, as I am part of you and you are part me. We shared our entire lives together and we always knew that we had each other's back. I know now that you're in heaven with Mom and our Mawma's looking down on us. You will live on ine till my final breath. Forever it will be, me and you two by two. RIP
 

Bob Ford posted on 1/10/19
Barb, so sorry to hear about LaVerne I'm am praying for you at this time. She was always a joy to me around. We all have missed seeing her at FVOAS.
 

Tamra posted on 1/10/19
Please accept my condolences to your family. I hope that God’s promise of the resurrection brings you comfort during this very difficult time. (Acts 24:15)
 

Christine Kosulic posted on 1/9/19
I will miss seeing you at the library. You always had a smile on your face and you were always nice to all of us. We will miss you.
 

Mike and Nancy Kolk posted on 1/9/19
Roberta, I remember Jeff for his love of Christmas...and any other holiday that allowed him to decorate the house and the yard. He was a good man who professed his salvation through Jesus. I know he appreciated all you did to care for him. Please let me know if there is anything we can do for you. Mike and Nancy
 

Bill & Donna Winn posted on 1/9/19
I would like to offer my sincerest condolences during this difficult time. The loss of someone close is a very painful experience. I hope you can find a measure of comfort in God's Word the Bible. For example, Revelation 21:4 tells of a coming time when death on earth will be no more! And at John 5:28,29 we are taught that all those in the memorial tomb will come out! So, we may have the opportunity to see our loved ones again!
 

Dolores Miethke posted on 1/8/19
I am so sorry to hear of Don's passing away. Just found out about it on Sunday when Pastor Blanchard had a prayer for the Thurnau family. It bought back so many memories of the Thurnau and Knigge's playing together when we were kids. Such good times. My sincere sympathy.
 

Bill & Linda White Jr. & Bill & Dar White Sr posted on 1/8/19
With our deepest sympathy to all the Bish & White Families.
 

 
Dawn e. Bieber posted on 1/8/19
Christmas OY and VEH Mom! Mr. Coffee went on the fritz on NYE day, one of the trees lost ALL lights! Other than small horrors I managed to have a most peaceful holiday and of course remembered to put candle lamps in my windows for BOTH you and my father. NOT to fear, I am doing ORTHODOX holidays again this year! Rest gently Mom and NEVER forget you ARE in my thoughts!
 

Jim & Barb Otto posted on 1/7/19
We are so sorry for your loss. On the Wings of the Angels.
 

S.O. posted on 1/7/19
My condolences to the family and friends of Luke. Losing a love one to death is hard to bear especially when their life is just getting started. The bible gives us a hope that one day our love ones will be resurrected from the dead, and live again here on a paradise earth, where there will be no more suffering, sickness or death. Please read (John 5: 28,29 ; Acts 24: 15 & Revelation 21:4)
 

Georgean (Hogrewe) Smith posted on 1/5/19
Very sorry to here that Don passed away. Prayers for you all.
 

Rosemary McCarthy posted on 1/4/19
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Rosie and Paul
 

Sharon Blazier posted on 1/3/19
What a great friend and neighbor. A favorite memory is Don coming down the road on the tractor with the boys in the scoop. Lots of love from Sharon, Sarah and Charlie
 

Butch & Mary Diderich posted on 1/3/19
Heartfelt sympathy to David and family. Find peace in your memories.
 

Angela Hulsey posted on 1/3/19
Dear Thurnau Family, You are in out thoughts and special prayers this week. Sending you much love. Angela & Stan Hulsey
 

Rick Larson posted on 1/3/19
Carol your friends and work family at the Batavia Kohl’s morns the loss of your son Luke and we wish you peace to bring comfort and courage to face the days ahead, and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts. We will all have our thoughts and prayers centered on you during this difficult time. Share our thoughts with the family during your time together.
 

 
Jim Russell posted on 1/2/19
Think of you and your family, from mich
 

Jim Russell posted on 1/2/19
My thoughts & prayers go out to his family, I'm from Mich, I wasn't quite sure about his last name, but as soon as I saw the words" love of baseball" i knew i had the right person, '
 

Jason Greer posted on 1/2/19
The coolest fun Aunt anybody could have! What's a fun beautiful classy elegant lady! Lots of wonderful memories. Will be missed greatly
 

Julie Morsch posted on 1/2/19
Our prayers for strength, comfort and peace are being sent to you now and in the days ahead. What beautiful words written about Luke. Depression is a struggle! May the memories of how much Luke loved give you comfort. Prayers and love, Julie and Scott
 

Giuliano Grimaudo posted on 1/2/19
To Luke’s family, I have lost more than one person to depression, so I can imagine how terrible it may feel for you right now. I very much enjoyed reading Luke’s obituary and about his love for life. I look forward to the time in the future when this loss will be undone (Isaiah 25:8)
 

Alberta Williams posted on 1/2/19
To Luke's love ones. Please, accept my sincere, condolences. Even tho, I know of no words, that will 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.
 

 
Lui Hishikawa posted on 1/1/19
Hey buddy, Wish I got to see you one last time, just like them old days when we used to be roommates. I know I've been busy trying to graduate and haven't been in touch alot. Wish I got to talk to you alot more. Wish I could've helped someway. But there's no use crying over spilled milk, hope your resting easy bud and the demons you've been battling finally left you alone. If there's anything your family needs, let them know not to hesitate to contact me. You'll always be in my heart, and your family in my prayers. Wish writing this was easy but it never is. I love ya bud, I'm glad I got to know you, even if it was a short while. Lui
 

Lola Cooper posted on 1/1/19
My sincere sympathy to you and your family, Diane. So sorry to hear about Bill. Always nice to see you at Sarasota Lakes. May God bless you all and you find peace. Rest in peace, Bill.
 

Larry and Loretta Ensalaco posted on 1/1/19
We can't imagine the heartache you must feel; our hearts go out to you. You are in our thoughts and prayers; and may the love around you help you through the days ahead.
 

Brenda Curts posted on 12/31/18
We are deeply saddened by this. Our deepest thoughts and prayers at this difficult time
 

Darlene Josten and Family, Josten Wilbert Vault Co. posted on 12/31/18
Thinking of you with our deepest sympathies. I have many fond memories of times we spent together at Wilbert conventions, way back to the beginning. She was a great lady and a good friend. We are so sorry for your loss! Darlene Josten and family
 

Don Wilkinson posted on 12/31/18
Doug, sorry to hear about your families loss. My condolences to you and Patty, your father and sister.
 

 
Kathy Garza posted on 12/30/18
Dear Bob and family, Sonny and I want to tell you how sorry we are for your loss. Our life on earth is a short one, but our life goes on after death into eternity.Thank God for sending his son Jesus on this earth to die for us so we can have eternity in heaven. We will all miss her daily presence in our lives, but one day we will see her again. Let us all celebrate her life. She was a very special lady...
 

Douglas Weiser posted on 12/30/18
Diane, very sorry to here of Bill's passing. Although we have been separated by geography never by love. Thought of both of you often. Fond memories of HACC and XGI. You continue to have my thoughts and prayers.
 

Dino Conti posted on 12/30/18
What a wonderful woman her whole life hard-working devoted to her kids and made everyone including me feel like family she will surely be missed
 

Kelly Unruh posted on 12/30/18
Bob and Family, So sorry to learn of Jackie's passing! During this most difficult time may you gain strength and comfort knowing that you are in our thoughts and prayers! Kelly and Laura Unruh
 

 
April Amicon posted on 12/30/18
Your faith, friendship and continuous fight inspired everyone you encountered. Peace be with you and your loved ones. I will miss you, my sweet friend.
 

Nathaniel & Nancy Burton posted on 12/30/18
Family, I am so sorry to hear of Bill's passing. I have know Bill for a very long time and he was special in our hearts. He was always a pleasure to talk to. He will be greatly missed. My prayers go out for you all.
 

Cliff Lester posted on 12/29/18
Bob Boisso and family! Sorry to hear of your loss. You and your family are in my prayers.
 

Jenny Dominguez posted on 12/28/18
Doug, Please accept my deepest condolences for you and your family.
 

Frances Corbin posted on 12/28/18
We are sorry to hear of Bill’s passing. Our sincere sympathy to all of you. Bill was very helpful in all our insurance needs. The Corbin Family
 

Alice Colbert posted on 12/28/18
Dear Bob and family, when I think of Jackie I recall all the fun times we had together. I so enjoyed the times she came with you to Washington. Her recent last letter to me was so appreciated. Thank you for your letter, too, which I shared with John. My love and prayers to you. Alice Colbert
 

George Malina posted on 12/28/18
Dear Diane, Bill, Mike and grandchildren of Bill and Diane, It was with sadness that I learned that Bill has passed. I will fondly remember the opportunities Bill and I had to discuss the events of the world, his goals for your family and a little bit of taxes and insurance : ) It's no secret to you or the others who loved him how genuine and warm a person he was. I will miss him along with you.
 

Jennie Buck posted on 12/28/18
Diane I’m so sorry for your loss I was not aware off Bill’s illness my prayers are with you and family
 

Jill posted on 12/27/18
Our friendship was acquired from a life long friend of Marla’s and mine....Karen. The moment I meet her we clicked like I’d also known her forever too. I was brought into their great friendship. I will never forget her youthful spirit, humor, and kindness ! our girls getaways were a blast!! I will forever cherish those memories, girl talk , lots of laughter,, secrets , pj party , lol like teenagers .agsin . I know you are at peace with your family now. Peace Marla ❤️ U will be sooo missed.
 

Sonia Turner Cooper posted on 12/27/18
Rest in peace my friend. Memories of birthday parties and Halloween parties are flooding my head through my tears. It's been a long time since I've seen you, but I'll see you in heaven, beautiful girl. Say hello to my brother!
 

Susan Fowley posted on 12/27/18
Dear Bill, Diane and all your loved ones Know that he is now at peace and know that he will be watching over you forever. Heaven now has a new angel. Aunt Sue
 

Al Withrich posted on 12/27/18
Diane and family So sorry to hear about Bill's passing. It was great to serve with him in the military so many years ago and to reconnect with him and meet you at the three reunions. You will be in our thoughts during this time of loss and remembrance. Al Withrich Sue Emens
 

Bob Demco posted on 12/27/18
My condolences Bob. My thoughts are with you and your family.
 

Donna Karow posted on 12/27/18
Did not know Theresia, but knew her son Rick very well. May God bless and comfort her family at this time of their great sorrow to let them know that God holds her dear and close to His heart. Hope that she gets to meet my husband Noel who went to meet the Lord on December 11.
 

Ralph Dempsay posted on 12/27/18
Diane & Family Sorry to hear of Bill’s passing. I have served with Bill on the Legion Color Guard for quite a number of years. He will certainly be missed by his fellow Legionares. Ralph & Diane Dempsay
 

 
Kathy Garza posted on 12/27/18
Dear Bob and family, Sonny and I want you to know how sorry we are for your loss. Our life on earth is a short one but thanks to Jesus for dying on the cross for us, we can have eternal life. Although it’s a sad time, it’s also a time to celebrate her life. She was most certainly a very special lady....and loved so much. You all will be in our daily prayers. Love, Sonny & Kathy Garza
 

Peter Tosto posted on 12/27/18
My sympathies to you and your family
 

Deb posted on 12/27/18
Marla, you will be in my heart and prayers forever to come. You brought light on dark days and supported me always. From the first time we met - at Plano High School - and again years later when fate would have it, you came into my life again. You are such a special person who has affected so many lives. Your legacy of smiles and laughter will live in the hearts of these people for year and years.
 

Thomas M White posted on 12/27/18
We simply ever get used to the loss, no matter how much of the life-experience death really is. Thank you for your amazing contributions to humanity. You were a model human being which others should emulate. We are diminished by your departure. Rest in peace, Rita,
 

Bret Grapenthin posted on 12/27/18
Karen and I were so saddened to hear of the passing of Bill. We enjoyed so many laughs and memories in the beginning of our career with State Farm. Particularly the times we spent with Bill and Diane on Life trips. Bill was a blast to hang with, a great agent and guy I am proud to call a friend. He will truly be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with Diane and all of Bill's family. We are so sorry and sad today.
 

Mike King posted on 12/27/18
Dear Bob, So sorry to hear about your loss, you and your family are in my prayers. Mike King Arnold-Wilbert Goldsboro, NC
 

 
Judy Walgamuth posted on 12/27/18
So sorry to hear about Jacki. My sincere condolences to you and your family
 

Gail Watkins posted on 12/26/18
Jackie was the most caring person. She was so organized during our visits to Chicago making sure that we had an enjoyable time. She was fun loving and a pleasure to be around. We shall miss her so much. We want to give our condolences to Bob and the rest of her family and we are so sorry for your loss. Sincerely, Gene and Gail
 

 
maureen garcia posted on 12/26/18
Rest in Peace dear Jackie. You are a true Warrior and I'm so thankful that You graced my life. I will remember you with the little blue hat on and us with the red lipstick. I will always remember your smile. I will see you on the other side. Maureen Garcia
 

Vance posted on 12/26/18
My deepest condolences to the Oswald family. May the many fond memories made with Mr.Oswald warm your hearts and soothe your pain, and may you find comfort in God’s promise to support us through the most trying times in our lives. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4)
 

 
Dawn e. Bieber posted on 12/26/18
Mom; Another Christmas since your passing on this day Again I place a memorial candle lamp in my window, so the world will know you are NEVER to be forgotten. Miss you so very much Mom. Your FAVORITE Daughter, Dawn
 

 
Dawn E. Bieber posted on 12/26/18
Mom er; Mrs. Bieber; Another Christmas has passed along with you. A candle lamp again was lit in my window so you will NEVER ne forgotten. Be certain how very much you are missed. Your Daughter, Dawn
 

Karen Greer Clough posted on 12/26/18
I will miss you dear cousin.
 

John Sutton posted on 12/26/18
Diane and kids, we are so saddened to hear about Bill's passing! A great American, a great State Farm agent, and a great friend to many! We will always cherish the memories of his beautiful smile and the times we shared together at a banquet or on a trip with the Company. He will be missed. You and the kids and grandkids will be in our prayers.
 

Ellen Greer Wherry posted on 12/26/18
I remember going to my beautiful cousin's wedding. She looked like an angel, I was five. It was always special when we went to visit her and if she came to visit our Grandma Greer it was a very special occasion for all. I loved her very much and her brother and parents were very special to all of my family. I will miss her. Blessings Ellen Greer Wherry, Indianapolis
 

 
Patricia Karaba posted on 12/26/18
The memories of you and Jim will always be forever in my heart and never to be forgotten. I know that you two are riding the clouds above in the light of God's Eternal Love.
 

Melissa posted on 12/26/18
My dear sweet Miss Bev... there are no words to express how sad this makes me. I wish I could have seen you one last time. The beautiful Christmas angel and deer you made me are displayed as always. Rick and family, I am So incredibly sorry for your loss. Your Mom was a force stronger than anyone I have ever known. May she live on in your memories and the stories you tell of her. Much love to you ❤️
 

Maya Askfelt posted on 12/26/18
RIP my beautiful, wonderful and always happy friend. I was looking forward to seeing you again and create more fun memories together. I'll miss our talks and laughs. I'll always cherish our friendship and the memories and my next visit to the states won't be the same without you. Love you so much and pray you rest in peace ❤️
 

Jennifer Futrell posted on 12/26/18
I will miss my friend - her laughter, her stories, her care and concern. From photos of her feet in her favorite places to running the length of a convention center just to get a glance at the Stanley Cup - she made life an adventure. My deepest and heartfelt sympathies to all of us.
 

Chuck Littlebrant posted on 12/26/18
Marla, your warm smile and genuine affection for others will be missed.
 

Michelle Harrod posted on 12/25/18
There has and never will be a smile and laughter as bright and cheerful as Marla's. She will be so missed but never forgotten.
 

Valerie posted on 12/25/18
It is sad to hear about the loss of Rita. Our condolences to the Case family. May the comforting words found in Psalm 94:19 consoles your heart.
 

Erma Stevens posted on 12/24/18
Marla I will miss all the long talks and laughter we had together as I cleaned your house. May God hold you in his hands and give you the peace you so well wanted. You were a amazing person. See you in heaven Angel.
 

Kent K Wager posted on 12/24/18
My condolences to all for it is all our loss that Marla has left us.We at Wager Company worked with her and always enjoyed her sonny disposition and cooperative nature.I felt that she was a personal friend.I hope that she felt the same way.God Bless!!
 

Rose Liptrot posted on 12/24/18
Miss Marla...I will miss you forever and pray for you always. My heart is broken. I love you!❤️
 

Karen Downey posted on 12/23/18
Coleen: Words fail. I was sorry to hear about your loss. Karen Downey
 

Laura posted on 12/23/18
My deepest sympathy to all the family.May God give you strength & comfort. Sincerely, Laura Allen
 

Mike Lockwood posted on 12/23/18
I was lucky to be Marla’s friend and/or coworker for a quarter of a century. She will always be remembered for her willingness to help others and have a good ear for listening. Peace and love to you Marla.
 

 
Anna Braun posted on 12/23/18
I will forever miss your smiling face and infectious laughter. Hug your folks and Mom too. Love you lots, Marla!
 

Mary Nixon posted on 12/22/18
So very sorry for your loss.
 

 
Gerry smith posted on 12/22/18
I remember going to school and growing up with her. Fortunate to have had her in my life,until we see each other again. Another angel
 

Marcus Christensen posted on 12/22/18
We are so so sorry for your and your family's loss! Words will never be enough to help ease the pain, but know you all are in our thoughts and prayers. Love you Machele!
 

Leon Ketzeback posted on 12/21/18
Jamie was one of the greatest people I have know, he was a great pile driver, great friend, and a military veteran, I salute you Jamie Rest In Peace. And may god be with you.
 

Leon Ketzeback posted on 12/21/18
Jamie was one of the greatest people I have know. He was a great pile driver, great friend, and a military veteran. I salute you Jamie you’ll be sorely missed. God bless you
 

Mary T posted on 12/21/18
My condolence to the family. Jehovah God will swallow up death forever-Isaiah 25:8. Jesus Christ will use his God-given power to reunite families on earth as he did Lazarus-John 11:43-44. More comforting information can be found at jw.org.
 

Trey Brooks posted on 12/20/18
Micki - So sorry for your loss. Sending warmest thoughts and prayers to you and your family.
 

 
Gail Knighton posted on 12/20/18
A lot of years and a lot of memories.......
 

Jose Vargas posted on 12/20/18
Jamie you were ones one of us now you leaving those who’s one time we all came across. Fly high brother one day we will come across is just a matter of time. R.I.P From us Hayward Baker.
 

Tara posted on 12/20/18
I'm sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort be with you during this difficult time. You have my condolences.
 

Rita Feltes posted on 12/19/18
I certainly loved bowling with Joyce. She was a wonderful person. I'm blessed to have met her and her children. She will be missed by many! <3
 

Ginny Voss posted on 12/19/18
Coleen, words cannot express how sorry I am to hear of Jamie’s passing. My condolences to you and your family. Love & Prayers Ginny
 

Jerry and Lynne Riggins posted on 12/19/18
Coleen we are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
 

T.C. Miller posted on 12/18/18
Coleen I am so very sorry to hear about Jamie, my heart is breaking for you and his wife and kids, I am thinking of you all, love you! T.C.
 

Tara Olson (Applegate) posted on 12/18/18
I am so sorry for your loss. I can not even wrap my head around This. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Troy & Susanne Sprinkle posted on 12/18/18
We are saddened to hear of James passing. Our thoughts & prayers are certainly with all the family in this time of sadness.
 

Brenda Beckner posted on 12/18/18
Coleen you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Keith and Brenda
 

Connie Waddill McEntire posted on 12/18/18
Coleen, I am so sorry to hear of Jamie's death. I just can't imagine the pain you are feeling. Even though we aren't blood relatives, I have always considered you and your family, my family. Thinking of you, the other boys, Jamie's dear family, and the rest of the family . Hugs to all.
 

Brady Frederick posted on 12/18/18
Myself and all of the crew at Malcolm had the great pleasure of working with Jamie for the past year in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Jamie made sure we were all having fun at work. His stories, humor, and smiles will be deeply missed!
 

Brenda and Mike Smith posted on 12/18/18
Coleen, I was so sorry to read about the loss of your beloved son. Our thoughts and prayers are with you & your family. Mike and Brenda Smith Macomb
 

Charles Thompson posted on 12/18/18
Coleen we were so sorry to hear about your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Kathy and Tarry
 

Raymond,Pat, and Bob Garthaus posted on 12/18/18
Coleen so sorry for your loss. Praying for you and your family.
 

Maribel and Patrick Duy posted on 12/18/18
We are so very sorry for your loss. He was a great man, we were blessed to have known him and your beautiful family. May you forever cherish the memories he left behind xoxo
 

Vicky Crouse posted on 12/18/18
So Sorry.. sending prayers to your entire family
 

Andy Montalbano posted on 12/18/18
I am so sorry to hear of Jamie's passing. I have great memories of Jamie on the Cubs message board and the time my wife was able to do family photos for you all on the shores of Lake Michigan. My heart and thoughts go out to the family during this trying time.
 

Marie Murfin posted on 12/18/18
So sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers.
 

Lori waddell posted on 12/18/18
Aunt Coleen and family sorry for your loss.
 

Michelle Grimsley posted on 12/18/18
Coleen and family I am so very sorry for your loss. Will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Erin (Green) Vana posted on 12/17/18
I spent the first 19 years of my life being neighbors with Ruby. She was such a lovely lady. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family.
 

Shanon Aguayo posted on 12/17/18
The smile that lit up the room, the bear hug that made you feel safe...made you feel loved. The personality that you just wanted to be around all the the time. You are a beautiful soul friend and you will be forever missed. You guys are my family, my best friends and we have long time memories I will cherish forever. I love you. May God watch over those you left behind and offer comfort during this very confusing time of pain. RIP my dear friend, with love always xoxoxo Sha
 

Chad Skiles posted on 12/17/18
So sorry, praying for the family!
 

Linda Bedwell posted on 12/17/18
I will always remember the first summer that my children and I moved into industry.& the phone call I got telling me that the Hill boys, the Daniels boys, the Provine boys, and my son headset all their Matchbox cars on fire in a driveway with lighter fluid. No matter what the situation, he was always loved.
 

Cheri Allison posted on 12/17/18
Machele and family--I'm so deeply sorry for Jamie's passing. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Love you!!
 

Kevin Bollman posted on 12/17/18
Jamie and his family always made me feel like the fourth Hill brother when I was with them. I am so sorry for your family's loss.
 

Mrs. Lyn posted on 12/17/18
My condolences to Karen’s family. May the memories always bring comfort and God’s Word give us hope. Her faith in Jesus promise at John 11:25 is a comfort to us all.
 

Anthony medina posted on 12/15/18
I got some good advice from Kevin and that I will remember...i will keep you all in thought s and prayer as I journey out...
 

 
Michele posted on 12/14/18
Kevin is my guy best friend and Micki is my best girl friend. He called me wife number 2. There’s now a hole in my heart that will always be there. I promise to help raise Kaylie and make you proud. I love and miss you
 

 
Carmen Benavides posted on 12/14/18
Prayer's to Michelle and Kaylie through this difficult time. I will miss reading your posts, seeing that bright smile. My Heart will always have a special place just for you.
 

Audy Isenhart posted on 12/14/18
I did not meet Kevin until my dad (teddy) passed away, he would check up on me every now and again after my dad passed, he definitely proved to be a good man in the little time that I got to know him, may he Rest In Peace.
 

Christine Berry posted on 12/14/18
I knew Karen in 1969 when I went to school with her. I think even then Karen loved to join in any type of activity in school. she gave freely of herself. The school was very important to Karen and she was a good student and showed promise even then to become a woman of substance.
 

Richard Schutt family posted on 12/14/18
We will miss you Kevin, your time working for us was the best. Rest in peace our friend, you will be missed. Our condolences to the family.
 

 
Wayne and Deb Hall posted on 12/14/18
Wayne knew Kevin and his family as he also grew up in Sharon. I met Kevin when I started working at Hanson Trucking in the mid 1990's and he was always a pleasure and funny to be around even when he was grumbling about something. Kevin was a good man.
 

Wayne and Deb Hall posted on 12/14/18
Our most sincere sympathy on the loss of your loving husband and father. Kevin was loved by so many people and had a positive impact on us all. We will all miss him.
 

Daniel Sieczkarski posted on 12/14/18
Mrs Webb My thoughts and prayers r with you and the family if you need anything please let me know
 

 
Daniel Sieczkarski posted on 12/14/18
Mrs Webb I am so sorry about your husband this past week my heart is hurting for you and kaylie I just wanted you and the family know that if is anything I can do please call me again my condolences to you and the family
 

Kate Bronski Roth posted on 12/13/18
You were the best roommate any college freshman could have had. You opened your heart and taught me what college life was all about. We created wonderful memories, repeatedly choosing to hit the "snooze" buttons on our alarm clocks until inevitably we had no time for morning showers and simply headed to our early classes wearing "babushkas." Those good old days were a lifetime ago, but the memories are hard-wired into my brain. I am so sorry that your life became so hard so quickly. Rest in peace, Karen. You were a loyal friend to me.
 

Mary Anne Bice posted on 12/12/18
Phil, I'm so sorry to hear about Karen. I stopped in Tuesday evening to visit w/ my Mom and learned of her sudden passing. You will be missed at the family dinners and always there with a warm smile for all of us who would visit. Your devotion and care for Karen was second to none. My her soul rest in eternal peace and let the perpetual light shine upon her. Mary Anne Bice (Annie D's daughter)
 

David Wine posted on 12/12/18
Our daughters (Erin and Meghan Jung (Wine)) became BFF (Best Friends Forever) and our family became friends with Karen. She was a gentle, kind, helpful, funny lady. I worked with her at NICOR and she was always competent and a joy at work. We send our condolences to the Olsen Family. May she Rest in Peace. David Wine and Family.
 

Kim Jihnson posted on 12/11/18
So so sorry for your loss Mark, Stephanie & family. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
 

Pat Boudreau posted on 12/11/18
My first cube-mate, car-pool buddy and the best friend anyone could ask for.
 

Mike O’Donell posted on 12/11/18
Tom was a great guy had a lot of enjoyable memories dealing with him. Was a man of his word. I am sure he will be miss by many. Our thoughts are with the family.
 

Karen Lemke posted on 12/11/18
Phil, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. You have a good relationship with your family so don't hesitate to lean on them when you need to. Praying for comfort
 

Bob and Ruth posted on 12/11/18
Margaret and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you today. You have devoted your time and passion to be with your family at this time. We trust that your Mom and you are doing ok. We wish the best for you both and trust that you find your Dad’s passing God’s good timing. God bless you both. Ruth and Bob
 

Pete and Betty Goodwin posted on 12/11/18
Dear Margaret, Pete and Betty Goodwin have wonderful memories of your dad at play reading. He was a dear man and enjoyed our visits with him. Losing a parent is so difficult but you have been a dear daughter and our sympathies are with you. Much love, Pete and Betty Goodwin
 

Daniel J. Frieders posted on 12/10/18
Karen, Shawna, and Tommy, My deepest condolences on your loss. Though deeply sad, I also remember all the kind friendship that Tom and you all had for me and my family. A lot of happy childhood memories come to mind. Thinking of you, Dan Frieders
 

Cec Davis posted on 12/10/18
One of the kindest , most generous and caring people I have ever known. My deepest condolences to Karen, Shawna, Tommy and the entire Klatt family
 

Rob Froom posted on 12/9/18
So sorry for your loss. Sincerely, Rob and Sarah Froom
 

Mary Ann Sorenson White posted on 12/9/18
Margaret- I am so sorry to hear of your dads passing. It is always difficult to lose your dad. We have lost contact over the years but I have great memories of our Europe trip 40 years ago. Mary Ann
 

 
Gayle Sinclair posted on 12/9/18
So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all
 

Heidi Brem Kargman posted on 12/9/18
My heart goes out to you and your family. I am very sorry for your loss.
 

Heidi Brem Kargman posted on 12/9/18
My heart goes out to you Karen and your family.
 

 
Peggy and Art Kupitz posted on 12/8/18
Karen and I had checked in for our flight and then we met this guy she was dating, Tom for coffee in the then Carsons coffee shop, little did I know that we would help celebrate 50 years plus with Karen and Tom. Blessings to a great man and sympathy to all of his family.
 

Janis and June Novak posted on 12/7/18
Thinking of you and the family during this difficult time.
 

Nancy Webster posted on 12/6/18
My Dear Sweet Neighbor, You will be missed so very much. I can't begin to start in all the ways it was an honor to live kiddie corner to you. There are just so many wonderful memories of a beautiful woman both inside and out. A woman who never stopped moving and tending to her yard. There were times you did it all in heels! Those high heels and your beautiful smile is how I'm sure we all will envision you. Rest my friend in Gods Arms. It makes me happy to know you are finally "Home".
 

Sandra Farwell posted on 12/6/18
Beverlee was my dearest friend for 34 years. We met at the Abbey and remained friends until Jesus took her home. There isnt enough room here to say how important she was in my life. My Prayer Warrior, my beautiful, kind, caring, funny adorable pal. Thank you for the cherished gifts and memories. I love you and miss you but will see you again at the Throne.
 

 
Bunny posted on 12/5/18
Death is nothing at all. I have only slipped away to the next room. I am I and you are you. Whatever we were to each other, That, we still are. Call me by my old familiar name. Speak to me in the easy way which you always used. Put no difference into your tone. Wear no forced air of solemnity or sorrow. Laugh as we always laughed at the little jokes we enjoyed together. Play, smile, think of me. Pray for me. Let my name be ever the household word that it always was. Let it be spoken without effect. Without the trace of a shadow on it. Life means all that it ever meant. It is the same that it ever was. There is absolute unbroken continuity. Why should I be out of mind because I am out of sight? I am but waiting for you. For an interval. Somewhere. Very near. Just around the corner. All is well. Nothing is past; nothing is lost. One brief moment and all will be as it was before only better, infinitely happier and forever we will all be one together with Christ.
 

Ron& Evonne McCoy posted on 12/4/18
Pastor Bartz, suzanne and family, Sending our love and sympathy for your loss of your dear mom, Beverly. May you feel the presence of Jesus and the love of your friends and family. In His love, Evonne
 

 
JACKIE HENNERLEY posted on 12/2/18
Kind, Classy, Dear friend. I will never forget your sassy style and those amazing high heel shoes. Love you my friend, Jackie Hennerley
 

Natalie Kruse posted on 12/2/18
I am very sorry for your loss. My husband Rich and Mikki were face book friends and they would converse about the trials with their medical care. He really enjoyed the time they had. It was almost like a competition between them with how they were doing. Mikki was fun to work with. She really loved her family. She will be loved and missed.
 

Natalie Kruse posted on 12/2/18
I am deeply sorry for your loss. My husband Rich and Mikki were face book friends and would keep each other going with their trials of health care for their issues. He really enjoyed those times they had. I enjoyed working with Mikki. She had a fun sense of humor and was an excellent worker. I know she loved her family immensely. She will be loved and missed.
 

Keith Smith posted on 11/30/18
Mikki was a pleasure to work with. She was so excited when I showed her how to enlarge the text on her computer screen. We shared many laughs together. You will be missed and your family is in our prayers.
 

Jackie R posted on 11/30/18
My heartfelt condolence to the Family. I am so sorry for your loss. There are few experiences more difficult than losing a loved one in death. As you cherish the many memories of your dear loved one, Mikki, please reflect on the time when sickness, death and mourning will be no more. (Revelations 21:3,4) This is what our loving God Jehovah has promised and Jesus guaranteed the hope of seeing our loved ones again by means of the earthly resurrection. (John 5:28,29; Acts 24:15; Isaiah 26:19, Psalms 37:10,11) May God’s word bring you comfort during this difficult time and in the days ahead as we await the fulfillment of His promises.
 

Faye Howard posted on 11/30/18
We have many happy memories of Grandma Anna. At get togethers or family parties, you could always find her in the kitchen taking care of things and making food for the family. Whether she was frying her amazing porkchops or mixing up her delicious potato salad, she wouldn't sit down until everything was ready and everyone was eating. She was always so thoughtful, kind and generous. She will be dearly missed. We feel very lucky to have had her in our lives and want to send our deepest sympathy.
 

 
Tish Lux posted on 11/30/18
Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs. We are so sorry for you loss. Rest in peace Erna - Tish Lux and the entire Westshire Staff
 

 
Jon posted on 11/29/18
I was married to her daughter, Donna (Bunny)
 

 
Jon posted on 11/29/18
I was married to her daughter Donna
 

Karen Riley posted on 11/29/18
My heart goes out to the Galambos family. My thoughts are with you at this tough time.
 

Susan Saladino posted on 11/29/18
My sincere sympathy to Jim and Patricia and the rest of the family. Jo was kind and loving a great lady . We all will miss her . Hugs and prayers
 

Heidi posted on 11/29/18
The kindest, most present mother and grandmother a family could be blessed with. I was blessed to be made to feel like one of the family whenever I was around.
 

Thomas Bumgarner posted on 11/29/18
I remember foundly working along work Mikki for years . My best memory is Mikki had a great sense of humor. She was quick witted and unflappable.
 

Christina posted on 11/29/18
I’m truly sorry for your loss. May you find comfort in loving memories and peace and hope found in the scriptures in Acts 24:15 “And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous.”
 

Daniel Messelling posted on 11/28/18
Sue always had a smile and wonderful and gentle soul to others. My prayers and condolence to the family.
 

Valerie & Reeve posted on 11/28/18
Our sympathies go to the Herder family. May God grant your family comfort and peace with his guaranteed promised recorded in Isaiah 25:8
 

Sara Solis posted on 11/28/18
George and family.. Very sorry for your loss! May her memory be a comfort to you all! God bless!
 

Lauren Mosher posted on 11/28/18
I am deeply saddened by my grandma's death, but she will remain in my heart forever. I remember all the sleepovers with Taylor Soderburg at her house and the last vacation with her. Her beautiful face would lighten me up every time I saw her. She will forever be in my heart, even is she is not there on earth. Can't wait to re-meet you in heaven grandma!
 

Crystal Thompson posted on 11/28/18
Sorry for your loss, I enjoyed working with Mikki. She will be sadly missed. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Maria Sutherland posted on 11/28/18
Jeanne and Family, Our deepest condolences for your loss. May you and family find comfort in knowing your loving mother is at peace. May her love and memories soothe your time of sorrow. Sincerely, Maria & Howard Sutherland
 

John Stoffa KCSO Ret. posted on 11/28/18
A great person in the office. Always smiling and watching out for others. Had a grin that said the wheels were grinding. Always there with a happy greeting. She was a tough "cookie" but was "soft" inside. God bless you Mick.
 

Michele Tofteland posted on 11/28/18
Please except our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Our thoughts and our prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Aunt Babe will always have a special place in my heart. May looking in memory help comfort you during this time. Love the Tofteland’s
 

Amy Blacksmith posted on 11/28/18
Sending love and prayers to the family of Mikki. She was an amazing person, and will be deeply missed. Rest in peace Mikki.
 

 
Amy jackson posted on 11/28/18
Mikki. You were such a great friend to me during my time with the county. I miss you so much. I’m glad your not suffering anymore. I will never forget you. Rest in eternal peace my friend xoxox
 

Deb Sepe posted on 11/28/18
I will always remember Donna as someone that had her heart filled with God's love, I feel blessed to have known her as she will be missed by all that were touched by her life.
 

Terri Bradburn posted on 11/28/18
I was so grateful when Donna decided to take over the candle making for the "Revive hive" shop. She made such a good little side business with it. I also was very in awe of her business knowledge, she made it look so Easy. She made me feel comfortable in that new role. But most of all I will miss her kindness and generosity!
 

Rene Moore-Garcia posted on 11/27/18
God bless
 

Norma & Bob Meiner posted on 11/27/18
Jeanne & Family: You have our sincere sympathy during this difficult time.
 

Phyllis Ringo posted on 11/27/18
Sincere sympathy to you and your family, Steve, on the loss of your mom. Our prayers go out to her and those of you who loved her most. May she rest in peace. The Jay & Phyllis Ringo Family.
 

Vickie Clark posted on 11/27/18
Steve and family, so terribly sad to hear about your mother's passing. Sending thoughts and prayers to you all.
 

lisa williams posted on 11/27/18
My deepest condolences on the loss of your dear love one. Losing those we love is the hardest thing we have to experience. May your hearts find comfort in beautiful memories and Jesus words, john 5:28, 29
 

Ruth M Maisonet posted on 11/27/18
My sincerest thoughts and prayers go out to the Guthke, Barnes and Locke family on the loss of your beloved, Wife, Mother, and Grandmother Sue. She was the most beautiful, caring, sweet, wonderful and kindest woman I've ever known. There are not enough adjectives to describe this incredibly compassionate woman. Moreover, Sue simply adored and loved her family deeply. She spoke lovingly about them and when she did her eyes would sparkle with joy. What I remember most about Sue when we worked at Nicor is that at the end of our work day, she always told us. "Thank you ladies for all of your hard work." This always made us feel great and appreciated. I'm truly sorry and saddened Sue is gone but her special soul will live on because she left her family and dearest friends an abundance of lovely memories and a powerful legacy. Your angelic and radiant spirit will shine forever. God bless you Sue.
 

Terri Ohler posted on 11/27/18
What a wonderful father and family man I had the privilege of knowing years ago. Though I moved away from the area long ago, I will always remember how kind and supportive he was to many. His example of kindness, love and support of family (including those close to his family members) is a tribute to him and his incredible legacy. I was so very sorry to hear of your dad's passing and send my heartfelt condolences to your family. Thanks, Bill, for bringing me into your family fold and introducing me to your sweet dad.
 

Kristine Evans posted on 11/25/18
I am so thankful that I got to spend so much time with Mom before her being called home. It was definitely rough but she was a fighter. She will be deeply missed. Never ever ever forgotten. She was a great woman. I am very privileged to have known her for as long as I have. I am so deeply sorry for your loss Gilbert, Jim, Teri, and Tammy. You all know how to reach me. Thank you for letting me be a part of her life. Love you all.
 

 
Jennifer posted on 11/24/18
Such a wonderful man!! Many beautiful memories of him and his family. Love and peace.....
 

 
Jennifer posted on 11/24/18
Such a wonderful man!! Many beautiful memories of him and his family. Love and peace.....
 

Tom Nolan posted on 11/24/18
I worked with Carol at the Pizza Hut in Harvard, Il. years ago. I was still in high school. She was a classy lady. One thing I continue to remember was to not make her mad. I have seen the wrath of Carol. Rest in peace my friend.
 

 
Michelle Bergeson posted on 11/24/18
I will miss Dean. I enjoyed watching him watch the cars go by. He loved fresh tomatoes from the garden. He loved his family and talking about the grandkids. My thoughts are with you all.
 

 
Gregg wehrs posted on 11/24/18
Heather .......this ie Gregg from Plano I truly miss you hearing your voice and seeing you smile and I miss that sparkle in your eyes . You was a sweet friend to mei think about you all the time .i so sorry that your life here with all your friends and family was cut short. I visit you every day. I will miss you .but i know you are now watching over all your friends and family .its weird sometimes i feel your spirit like you are talking to me and telling me everything will be okay. I miss you that for sure . Your true friend you ever had Gregg wehrs
 

 
James H Fleming posted on 11/24/18
My mother was a sweet,loveable, caring lady. She loved her husband ( Gilbert). She loved her 2 grandchildren ( Tammy Cox) & ( Daniel Wentzel & his wife Asha). She also loved her 2 great grandsons ( Joe & Adynn) sons of Daniel & Asha. She will not be forgotten. But is and always be remembered by her son James Fleming & his wife Teri. R.I.P. Mom
 

Chuck and Deb Steinbach posted on 11/21/18
Judy was a special friend and Christian sister to us. She was an early person to greet us when we visited and joined Immanuel Church 3 years ago. We loved the golfcart tour she gave us of her farm! She is be missed. But we rejoice that our Lord promised to care for her until we all are reunited again with Jesus.
 

Deb Gillett posted on 11/19/18
You were a friend for life from childhood through adulthood. Many fun times through out life. You were a good kind man, With a great heart. You and Marty shared the same b day and you both always tried to beat the other at your birthday call. We will miss you Steve but will see each other again. Rest in His peace till then. We love you.
 

Shannon Bretz posted on 11/17/18
I am so very sorry Kristine.I wish I could have known him. He sounds like a wonderful man. You are in my prayers.
 

Kristen Steivang posted on 11/16/18
Ed was a high school classmate. So sorry to hear of his passing. Peace to all of his family and between the tears, may your memories make you smile.
 

Ginger Tuttle posted on 11/16/18
I am deeply saddened and want to express my my condolences to Jamie’s family and friends. I’m so sorry that we were not able to attend the services. My prayers are with her family and friends. My prayers are for comfort and strength. Many hugs.
 

Chris & Robin Johnson posted on 11/16/18
Steve was a classmate, friend, neighbor and coworker. He never forgot (Robins) mom's birthday on May 1st and always called her to wish a happy birthday. You'll be missed Steve. Untill we meet again be at peace.
 

Debi Gaw posted on 11/16/18
Condolences and much love.
 

 
Debi Gaw posted on 11/16/18
You will surely be missed Steve. Peace and love.
 

 
Debi Gaw posted on 11/16/18
You will surely be missed Steve. God bless, peace and love.
 

L. Wade posted on 11/16/18
My condolences to the family of Jaime. May it comfort you to know that God views death as an enemy. -1 Corinthians 15:26 He is going to undo death by means of the resurrection. -Acts 24:15
 

James Spangenberger posted on 11/16/18
Sorry for your lose . I go way back with the Hayden boys . High school. We all had so much fun together. Working on cars and drinking. The world lost a good man .
 

 
Katie korn posted on 11/16/18
Sending Dave, Sue, Riley and Emily lots of love during this hard time. God bless you all. Xoxo Rob & Katie Korn
 

Jan French posted on 11/16/18
Jaime...you touched the lives of so many people...I am so glad for the friendship we had and you brightened a room with your laughter and smile...love to all your family and friends!
 

Maricela E Rosa posted on 11/15/18
When you miss him. We're with you in spirit Wondering how you feel, hoping you are coping And getting a little better each day. We understand, We care. When you are grieving, we're beside you in our hearts, in our thoughts, We are sending you sympathy, encouragement, affection, and strength to carry on with life. Mike would want it that way. Love you Delores
 

Rita Senese posted on 11/15/18
It's so hard to lose someone you have always loved, especially when it happens so unexpectedly. Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your husband.
 

Steven K posted on 11/15/18
You were a good man Mike, you will be missed. Many conversations of the memories he had of his childhood in Stevens Point & his proud Polish heritage. It was a honor to work with Mike.....a talented man he was. My condolences to the family & closest friends........he was a good man and will be missed. God bless his soul.....rest in peace Mike
 

Bonnie Otte and Family posted on 11/15/18
Dear Amy, We know you through your faithful sister, Sara. Though we only met a few times with your family at Garios, my family and myself remember how much you loved your children. You always had a smile on your face! Sara kept us updated through the past years on how you were doing. Be at peace knowing Sara and your mom will always take care of your kids, who gave you such great purpose in Life, and even still, I'm sure, in the Beyond.
 

 
Diane@Renew posted on 11/14/18
Jaime was always sweet to me. Always smiled as she entered our salon. We will miss you.
 

 
Robert & Diane(Beck) Rygiewicz posted on 11/14/18
Family & Friends of Jaime, I’m so sorry for your loss. This is such a horrible tragedy. May God comfort her family & friends during this difficult time of sorrow. Hold on to those beautiful memories. Jaime was loved by so many people. RIP Jaime. Fly high with the Angels. Love ❤️ you.
 

The Parker family posted on 11/14/18
Though Jaime is no longer with us, her bright light cannot be extinguished. It will live on through Riley and Emily. They will kindle that spark and illuminate the world as they make their way through life.
 

Sheila. Marie Urton posted on 11/14/18
Riley, Emily, Dave and Sue, Pleas accept our Deepest Condolences on the passing of Jaimie. She was, along with you all were are GREAT FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS to us. We are saddened on her terrible passing, but we know she is in the Loving Arms of Our Lord and Savior. She is now reunited with her sister. HE is with you all as well as us, who knew and we're close to her. WE are here for you all. You all know how we love you all and loved Jaimie. We send our LOVE and SUPPORT to you all. Brent, Sheila Marie, Danielle Marie and Wyatt Michael Urton
 

Lori wells posted on 11/14/18
Kris I'm so sry to hear about the passing of your husband my prayers are with you and your family
 

 
Dave Ellis posted on 11/13/18
To Kris and all of the family so sorry for your loss
 

Tom Dwyer posted on 11/13/18
Even thought I only knew Stan for a short time he always made me laugh and I looked forward to seeing him at work. Miss you bud
 

Desiree Zorc posted on 11/13/18
Stan was an amazing best friend to me. He went above and beyond to make everyone in his life feel loved and appreciated. We have so many memories together that I will cherish and keep so close to my heart. I’m so blessed to have shared so many things together. I am going to miss you so much. I know you are watching down and wanting everyone to celebrate your life and that’s what I intend to do. Love you so much (Boobear)
 

Chet and Carrie DeKing posted on 11/13/18
Our deepest sympathies for your loss God Bless
 

 
Francine Chesnutt-Savage posted on 11/13/18
Amy - Rest in peace dear friend You were a good friend to many, a wonderful Mom to your children and your friends children. You were one who didn't judge people- made me feel welcome as a new student in a new school many years ago(Smith School). You 're the strongest person I know to fight the battle that you fought. You were loved by all You will be missed by many. Your Friends & family know you will be watching out for us as our angel and waiting for us to join you one day. Until we meet again Love you Amy Rest in peace and fly high
 

Jim Bishop posted on 11/13/18
I know the first thing he did upon arrival at his new estate was to make the roux, followed by some sweet dough, a wonderful, funny man who so many of us will miss. My prayers for Tommy and condolences to the family, a really sweet guy you all had.
 

Irene Keyes posted on 11/13/18
Delores, Michael, Danielle 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.
 

Dan Montgomery posted on 11/13/18
There are not enough words I can write in the sudden loss of Mike. I want to express my deepest condolences to Mike's family in this time of sorrow. Sincerely Dan Montgomery
 

Matt Wendtorf posted on 11/13/18
Mike, thank you for everything you have taught me. I will never forget the tricks you tonight me on doing clamp rebuilds. You where a great mentor, a great guy and a Great Friend! Rip Mike, till we meet again
 

Elena Olvera posted on 11/12/18
Michael you left us too soon. You were the light of my dear sister’s life. Your legacy lives on with your son Michael David.
 

 
Elena Olvera posted on 11/12/18
Mike, you were the light of my dear Sis’s life. You can never be prouder than having a great son like Michael David. You were unique in many ways, that was YOU!
 

John K posted on 11/12/18
When I saw the caller I’d of Mike Duda on my phone on a Sunday night I could only think it’s Mike seeing what kind of mess he is walking into tomorrow As he would often do if he was assigned to report to the Bedford Park pactiv facility he knew it was going to be a rough day What did you guys f-up now Why aren’t you taking care of these machines So I had to take a well deserved lashing before Mike would go out to the machine and do what he does best And the machine was fixed I have worked with mike for over 10 years and have learned a lot from him He was indestructible working through many of the ailments that he suffered but also a guy that would return from a short break with a bag of ham sandwiches for the guys. When I heard the voice of Mikes wife on the phone I knew something was wrong John K
 

George Surman posted on 11/12/18
Mike You were like a brother from another mother to me. I love you and will miss you and someday will meet up with you .Heaven gained one hell of a handyman and an even better person.
 

 
Adrian Skippen KMC Tech posted on 11/12/18
Mike will be remembered by me as a no nonsense straight shooter when it came to work. Highly professional and always got the job done. Mike you will be missed by the people who you worked with.
 

 
Heather Buster posted on 11/12/18
Stan was such an amazing soul! He always was the first person to help anybody with anything they could have possibly needed.
 

Linda Martin posted on 11/12/18
My condolences to the family, may you find comfort in your many wonderful memories and in the loving support of God and family. 2 Corinthians 1:3,4
 

 
Ellen Stewart posted on 11/12/18
Sharp Family, I just saw this post. My heart is heavy and I am a saddened to hear of Kathy's passing. I was always touched by her smile and welcoming hugs. Always had caring, kind , encouraging words. She was a tough but gentle soul. Now at peace in loving arms. God Bless You All.
 

 
Lauren Eberle posted on 11/12/18
I'll miss you always. Rest easy, Stan. You are so loved.
 

 
Lori Durancik posted on 11/11/18
Our deepest sympathies and condolences to Kala, Bernie, Mallori, and all of Amy's family. She was a great woman and shared many laughs with her. Adriana thought of her as a second Mom and has many great memories with her. She will be great missed . RIP dear friend. You'll all be in our thoughts and prayers. Love to all... Doug, Lori, & Adriana Durancik
 

Marta Heldenberg posted on 11/11/18
Our hearts and prayers are in Illinois ,sharing the sorrow of loving family and friends of Amy ,now forever pain free and at Peace !
 

Alberta Williams posted on 11/9/18
To Darold'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.
 

Linas and Marjorie Maskaliunas posted on 11/8/18
Marjorie and I would like to extend our condolences on the loss of Kenneth. While working with Bill at SKF we had many conversations about our aging fathers (both in their 90's). While listening to Bill I quickly understood where Bill had acquired the attributes I admired in him as my mentor. I understood Kenneth had taught Bill how to always keep his core values in check, to be available to always listen to others and to cherish your family. Although I had never had the opportunity to meet Kenneth in person, I can say that through his son I have heard his lessons, and those lessons will live on. Sincerely, Linas and Marjorie
 

 
Becky Barnes posted on 11/8/18
So many wonderful memories of Aunt Kathy but my favorites were when she hosted the Sharp Christmas . She always had the best spread and her Christmas cookies were the best , we have missed those cookie trays! She was also an animal lover and I loved that her pups were rescues , and I believe there were birds too, probably cats too . She had such a big heart and was always , always so kind to everyone . Have missed her over the years and I know she is in Heaven with so many that will love her , until we meet again Aunt Kathy ❤️Becky
 

Kim and Tom Sochacki posted on 11/7/18
Bill, You are in our thoughts and prayers at the passing of your father. I am sure he is smiling up in heaven by knowing that his son is someone to be proud of and treats people the way he must have taught you growing up. Kim and Tom
 

Pamela posted on 11/6/18
Dearest Brother , I ran across your obituary today while cross referencing during my job hunting. I miss you and will try my best to live life and care for those I love. Love Pamela
 

Reeve & Valerie posted on 11/6/18
At this difficult time, our condolences are with your family. May the promising hope of the resurrection brings your family comfort John 5:28,29
 

Elaine Furbush Williams posted on 11/5/18
So sorry to read about Buds passing knew him as I grew up in Hinckley. May he RIP!
 

Kyle Yorke-DeChant posted on 11/5/18
Kay, you were always a lively spark in any encounter. I’m so glad I knew you! You showed me what it means to welcome friends into my world, as you did so seemlessly for me years ago. You never knew a stranger! Thank you for being Who you were, and for raising children who approached Life the same way. I feel blessed to have known you. May you Rest In Peace, and may your family carry on your awesomeness!!
 

 
Debbi Shuga posted on 11/5/18
I did not know Kathleen, however I know her daughter Sandy. Sandy is a great lady with lots of deep family values that I am sure her mother laid the foundation for. I am praying and sending my love to Kathleen's family and friends.
 

Donna zimmer posted on 11/5/18
She was a wonderful spirit, she was like a mother to me, she raised a great family that shared their love unconditionally, that's how she raised them, I am honored to have known her and she leaves a piece of her with me... May she rest in peace, she leaves a legacy behind.... I will forever grateful to have met her...
 

 
Tom Zeiter posted on 11/5/18
Sorry to hear of Uncle Buds passing, The family and kids will be in our prayers. We had some great times and memories growing up. He will be missed but never forgotten. Love all to the Phillips family. Tom & Connie Zeiter
 

Jackie Woodrick Wolff posted on 11/5/18
I have so many find memories of your visits to Milwaukee when I was growing up. I know your hearts are heavy saying goodbye to Bud, but he is with our Lord and someday we all will be together again. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
 

Jackie Woodrick Wolff posted on 11/5/18
Barb and family, I have many memories of you both visiting our home in Milwaukee when I was young. Lots of laughter. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you say "goodbye" to Bud. Just know some day we will all be together in heaven with our Lord. May that be your comfort and peace.
 

 
Mike Carlson posted on 11/4/18
I came to know Mr. (Kenneth) Schaid through his youngest son, Bill, a college classmate of mine who has been and will remain one of my closest, and most trusted, friends for life. Our families have shared many "life events" over the years, allowing me the opportunity and great fortune to meet and get to know his father -- one of the most humble, hard-working, self-less and giving men, who deeply loved his family. He will be greatly missed by all who had the distinct pleasure of knowing him, or were touched in some way by his immense generosity. My family and I send our deepest condolences on his passing, and our thoughts and prayers are with the entire extended Schaid family. Sincerely, Mike Carlson
 

 
Deb Ruh posted on 11/4/18
Your a good man,you can rest now.
 

Pam Van Gilder posted on 11/4/18
To Steve and Karen, With sympathy in the time of loss. May memories give you comfort during this difficult time. God bless. Pam Van Gilder
 

Barbara and RonThring posted on 11/4/18
Thinking of you and sending our sincere condolences. Our hearts go out to you and your family, Bill. We know that wonderful memories will keep your Dad in your heart always. Wishing you comfort and peace. Love and Hugs, Barbara and Ron
 

 
Ruth Schaid posted on 11/3/18
Love you Dad!
 

Ruth Schaid posted on 11/3/18
Remembering all the times that I would tease and pick on him in fun. He would respond with a little shrug of the shoulder and a smirk smile on his face then say whatever "Rufus - whatever you say goes in one ear and out the other." You will forever be in our hearts. I would kiss him on the forehead and walk away. We love you and will be OK and so are you!
 

Barb and Toby Watne posted on 11/1/18
Pat was a wonderful lady with a great sense of humor. She was a big help to me when I began my job as a speech pathologist in Hinckley by introducing me to the other therapists in the county and 'suffering' through a few graduate courses with me. She is definitely going to be missed! Our prayers and sympathies to her family and all who loved her.
 

 
Aaron Mount posted on 11/1/18
I will always remember Darold and the Cutsinger family for their warmth and generosity to our family. Many fond memories of times at the Cutsinger farm, and spending time together celebrating birthdays and coffee after Sunday church service. Sending love and prayers of comfort and peace to the Cutsinger family.
 

Paul Polzin posted on 10/30/18
You have no idea who I am. I dated Karen at LHW is the 60's. Her dad would slip me his clergy Tiger tics. I did not need them to go out with her, but I would not turn them down! My thoughts are with you!! Paul Polzin Missoula , MT
 

BL Qualls posted on 10/30/18
To the family and friends, I am very sorry to here of the death of your loved one. God told Isaiah what to write as recorded at Isaiah 26:19. It says: " Your dead will live. My corpses will rise up. Awake and shout joyfully, You residents in the dust! For your dew is as the dew of the morning, And the earth will let those powerless in death come to life." This will happen soon. In the mean time we can take comfort from the Holy Scriptures. Jehovah's Witnesses would be happy to study the Bible with you. You can make a request online or ask any one of Jehovah's Witnesses to make arrangements.
 

Bill williams posted on 10/29/18
I’m so sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. A lovely lady with a lovely family. My thoughts are with you.
 

peggy rogers posted on 10/29/18
Pat was a dear woman, neighbor and friend... God's blessings on you and your family.
 

Patricia Cordes posted on 10/29/18
It was our pleasure to know Pat Woods, when she came to the FUMC in DeKalb. She was new to Oak Crest having left Waterman. Over the years we smiled at each other and became friends--lots of Pats. Then we became neighbors at Oak Crest, along with many from Waterman. We were happy to meet her family, when they visited. She was a lovely, loving woman. Our deepest sympathy. Pat and Gary Cordes
 

 
Brenda K Lewis posted on 10/27/18
Family,Roy was very Kind and He will be Missed...Prayers Brenda(Delawder)Lewis Vanceburg,Ky.
 

Kathy Schenk posted on 10/27/18
Karen was a sweet, dear cousin. We grew up together in Southeast Michigan. We spent many, many happy days together playing games, going on picnics and vacationing with our families at various cottages on Lake Huron or one of many inland lakes in Michigan. She was always friendly, loving and so enjoyable to be with. She was a very important part of my childhood, and she will always be a part of my heart. Her faith in Jesus Christ never wavered, in spite of personal losses, and I know she is rejoicing with the Savior in heaven.
 

Carolyn Roesner posted on 10/27/18
Oh, Sue, I am so sad to read of your loss of Roy. He was just the best guy and such a good friend to Ron. There were so many fishing trips; Ron so enjoyed hanging with Roy. And what a wonderful couple you were! I fondly remember the 4 of us attempting to wall paper your dining room. I think you and I were pregnant, so of course we supervised. I think there was a lot of laughter, and Ron's secret was he had no clue how to hang wallpaper. I'm sorry we lost touch. I know you and your son and daughter will miss him. I miss Ron every day, and I sure hope there's a well stocked lake in Heaven. So, be extra kind to yourself. You and your family are in my thoughts. Ron and I loved you guys❤️ Fondly, Carolyn Roesner
 

Max Armstrong posted on 10/27/18
Tony was a very kind man and thought about others in their time of need. I will long remember his kindness to me.
 

Trent Higareda posted on 10/27/18
I will always remember him. When I think of him, he’ll always have that twinkle in his eye. To Sue and the whole family, I’m very sorry for your loss.
 

Judi VanDeveer posted on 10/26/18
Dear Sweet Sue and family, May God hold you all close during this difficult time, my sincere condolences.
 

Jaime Frost posted on 10/26/18
Karen was a former boss, and coworker. She will be missed dearly. She was someone you could always talk to if you needed someone. She would always welcome you with a smile. The children loved her. I worked with her at Guiding Footsteps, and at one of the schools later on. Guiding Footsteps was my first teaching job. She taught me so much. She helped me through when my grandmother passed. I was Jaime Whitt then, I have now married, I am Frost now.
 

 
Erin Hibl (Payton Galati) posted on 10/25/18
May you rest in peace, you will be missed and we’re loved by many! Now is your time free of pain or sickness to walk with the lord!
 

Cindy Felix posted on 10/25/18
Oh how my life has been Blessed in many ways by my friendship with your precious mother and grandmother! What a joy it has been for her to have been part of my workdays and part of daily adventures from time to time! She Loved the Lord and let her light shine! I will miss her so much but rejoice for her that her days of suffering are over and she is Home with the Lord and her loved ones gone before! My deepest sympathy, love and prayers to the family she adored! Sincerely, Cindy Felix
 

SherrieGlass McCallister posted on 10/25/18
Sue and family I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers are for peace and comfort.
 

Sherrie Glass McCallister posted on 10/25/18
So sorry for the Greene family and friends. I am praying for peace and comfort.
 

Christina Gallegos posted on 10/25/18
I’m so sorry for your loss. May you find peace in loving memories and in the hope of resurrection God promises in Acts 24:15.
 

Lynn Gordon posted on 10/25/18
To Sue and all the Greene family members, I am so very sorry for your loss. My heart is with you and I extend you all my deepest sympathies on your loss. My deepest sympathies to you all.
 

Marilee Taylor posted on 10/24/18
I'm so sorry. Roy was a great person. I remember one time I showed up in Rochelle to work one of those jobs off the extra list. Roy had it all under control . The goofy train master had never seen me before. He just seemed to know I would kill Roy or his brakeman. Roy and I laughed so hard I almost peed my pants. What a great human beibg! He cared about people. Rest in peace, my brother.
 

Mary Ecker posted on 10/24/18
Dear Green family, We are so saddened to hear of Roy’s passing. He was such a great man. We loved him and always enjoyed seeing him and Susie at the Spittler Reunion. He had so much love and respect for all of our families. Our hearts are breaking with this great loss. Much love from the Ecker clan Mary, Jess, Simon, Sara and Ren
 

Jerry and Barb Hoth posted on 10/24/18
Prayers and hugs to you all. So sorry to hear of Roy's passing. He was a wonderful friend and he was the best man at our wedding. So many wonderful memories we have of fishing with Roy in Shelbyville and working with him on the Railroad. Love you. Wish we could be there. Love from Jerry and Barb Hoth.
 

John & Winola kizzee posted on 10/24/18
So sorry to hear of your loss. May God grant you peace & comfort.
 

Steve and Edie Branom posted on 10/24/18
You are all in our thoughts and in our hearts. Roy was a wonderful man. He had a great laugh that would fill a room. He was a kind and loving man. The world is a sadder place without Roy.
 

Stephanie Hughes posted on 10/24/18
Dear Sue & Family. O.M.G. i'm so heartbroken to hear this! my thoughts and prayers are with you. Roy will definitely be remembered with much love and happy memories.
 

Stephanie Hughes posted on 10/24/18
dear susie & Family. O.M.G. i'm so very, very sorry to hear this. i will always remember Roy and the funny stories clyde told and especially what a big help he was to me when clyde died. i will get there on saturday. you are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Gary Olszewski posted on 10/24/18
Susan and Family, My deepest sympathy goes to the entire Greene family. I enjoyed working with Roy from time to time, he will be missed.
 

susan brusveen posted on 10/23/18
I will always remember how he showed us all the places around Illinois to visit and shop at. He always knew where everything was as far as directions, etc. I, too, will miss his phone calls. He would call me if he needed some information and I would pass the phone to his brother; but, we did talk quite a bit (sometimes a little longer than my phone could hold the charge, then I would have to call him back). I don't know if I'll ever get back to your resting place, but hope to see you someday in heaven.
 

Kimlien Tiffany Tran posted on 10/23/18
RIP, my dear friend Kari Rice. Kari-- I thought of her as a Bride from Norway. It was a blessing for me to have known her for years while I attended the Sunday worships and Bibile Studies held at the Trinity United Methodist Church in Yorkville, IL. I became to get to know her the most from our Sunday Bible Studies where she was the most elderly participant and I was the youngest attendant. She had a very good memory of her past life in Norway before she came home to the U.S A. with her husband who was a U.S. Service Man. After her husband had passed away, she was remarried to my good friend Doris' Father, Mr. Rice whom I also knew from going to TUMC in Yorkville before his death. Is was such a pleasure to listen her telling her love story how she fell in love with Mr. Rice. " We used to live in the same neighborhood when I met my late husband from going to a swimming pool," Kari said, "We liked each other and he began writing letter to me, but I couldn't write English well so I had my daughter helped me write my love letters to him." Yet, her knowledge of the Scriptures was deep and insightful. I enjoyed her comments during our Sunday Bible Studies that was conducted by Dave. Sometimes, I also like to stop by her house for a cup of tea and her special Chocolate made from Norway with her. Even though she was over 80 years old during this time, she still skillfully hand-made Norwegian Dolls and booties beautifully. She also made a pair of booties for my daughter Kimberly as a gift. I also greatly enjoyed her fellowship whenever I surprisingly brought her some Chocolates and Roses as I liked to listen to her telling the Bible stories and her life stories took place from Norway to America while she also appreciated listening to my life stories running away from Vietnam Communists for freedom in the U.S.A. "I used to know a young woman with a small daughter but I don't know where she is now," Kari told Doris, her stepdaughter during her visit as she was holding my hands. "She is here visiting you now, Kari," Doris told her during my surprise visit with her in April 2017 at Heritage Woods Senior Home in Yorkville. I noticed that she had began having a minor dementia. A week before I moved back to California, I had stoped by Heritage Woods trying to visit her, but I was told that she has been transferred to another Senior home in Oswego. Kari, Rest In Paradise! May the hope of resurrection be the comfort to your family, loved ones and friends during your new journey of life as God has planned for you.
 

John Leonard posted on 10/22/18
Dr. Yake has much to do with the reason I'm alive today. He and Dr. Marc Soriano operated on me in 1990 at St. Anthony's in Rockford. I still think fondly of him. Thank you, Dr. Yake. John Leonard Subependymoma 1990
 

 
Fr. Gabriel Cillo, MIC posted on 10/22/18
May Burnie rest in peace
 

Beverly Anderson posted on 10/21/18
I feel so blessed to have been Kari's roommate at Tiller's in February. I became so fond her and it was sad to say goodbye. My family admired her too. I send love and sympathy to all of her family. I surely enjoyed knowing all of you when you came to visit Kari each day
 

TERESIA JOHNSON posted on 10/21/18
Sorry to hear of Bernie's passing. My deepest sympathy to Jane and the family. Bernie was a kind and loving person always in motion. I am so blessed that our paths crossed and he was a part of my life. He truly will be missed. I imagine he and mom are catching up on old times now, his passing was on her birthday. My love and prayers are with you and the family.. Love, Terry Johnson
 

Teresa Hussain posted on 10/21/18
I'm so sorry to hear the news. I remember Burnie, my first supervisor at the VA with great affection. Jane, my thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time.
 

Teresa Hussain posted on 10/21/18
I'm so sorry to hear the news. Burnie was my first boss at the VA. Jane, I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.
 

theresa jensen posted on 10/21/18
just a note to say how sorry we are to hear about Burnell. he was always go good to my mom (Margaret grell) when she got really sick. he would stop by and visit and he would alway's make her smile, at easter and Christmas he would bring her a plant it mean't the world to her. I also recall mom and dad ,aunt lucy and bob, and jane and butnell got together and played cards. you could hear them laughing outside.
 

Ayden Lipsey posted on 10/20/18
RIP Dad Love You
 

 
Cora Miller posted on 10/20/18
Sorry to hear of Burnell’s passing. May he Rest In Peace in the loving presence of our Lord. Our sympathies to the entire family. Sending prayers your way to help you through this difficult time. Cora and Jim
 

Hannah.O posted on 10/19/18
She was a sweet woman. She treated me as part of the family. I’ll always remember her stories, and her wonderful self. She would always tell me to read the bible, and how beautiful I was every time I saw her.. Rest easy great grandma. I’m glad to have had you in my life.
 

Verna C Hillebrand posted on 10/19/18
Rest in peace dear brother. I will miss you and our phone calls. Your sister Verna
 

 
Loree King posted on 10/19/18
She was truly one of Gods' blessings, I am proud to have known her.
 

Loree King posted on 10/19/18
Tammy & Joe: She was one of the best for sure. She will be missed, truly God's blessing
 

 
Dawn Bieber posted on 10/18/18
Also failed to tell you I keep a memory candle in my window for you. Love Ya!
 

Dawn Bieber posted on 10/18/18
Autumn is upon us yet t; the colors have yet to change! I will be making that MILE HIGH APPLE pie and you KNOW I will NOT be making the crust myself with your approval! Failed to note; EVERY time I make YOUR beef stew recipe and I am told how wonderful it is; I insist those people LOUDLY state: THANK YOU MRS. BIEBER! I thought you might find a bit of fun in knowing such. Love you much Mom and miss you.
 

Georgine posted on 10/18/18
Tammy-your beautiful stories of your mother warmed my heart & will continue to live on! Plus! You shared her meatloaf recipe w/ me! May you rest in the love of your family & friends!
 

Laura Allen posted on 10/18/18
My deepest sympathy to all the family for the loss of your mother. May God give you comfort & strength during this difficult time of loss.
 

Ron Winner posted on 10/17/18
My heart goes out to all of the Sondgeroth family. God Bless Aunt Wilma and bring her into his loving Graces.
 

Karen Johnson posted on 10/17/18
I'm sorry to hear of your loss, rest in peace!!!!!
 

Debbie Rykowski posted on 10/17/18
My thoughts and prayers are with you Jon on the loss of your mom, no one ever replaces the love from our mom. Praying your many fond memories help to carry you through this difficult step in life. Hugs and prayers for you -
 

Sue posted on 10/17/18
To the family may God's promises found at Acts 24:15 bring you comfort at this difficult time
 

Charlene posted on 10/15/18
My dearest sympathy to the Sondgeroth family on the passing of Wilma. I looked forward to our yearly Christmas Craft/ Game night at Kathy's with her. She had a lovely smile and such a cute personality until it came to stealing bags, then she was vicious. I loved how we always managed to make sure she won her little fuzzy socks. I know God has embraced you and is holding you in his arms. RIP sweet lady.
 

 
Dolly & Ed posted on 10/14/18
Dear Charlie, Joanna and family, We are so sad to hear of your moms' passing. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. May love surround you all and fill your hearts with peace..
 

Pat Hyink posted on 10/13/18
I have many special memories of my Aunt Gerri. She lived with our family in Elmhurst, IL and attended some high school there. 14 years later she lived with us again in McHenry, IL while I attended high school. She loved to go to games with me, and despite the age difference, fit in, and was accepted as being in the same age group. We had great fun!! For many years I wore the same size as Aunt "Bloss" and enjoyed all the clothes she shared with me. As I recall, she worked at Chas A Stephens department store for a while so I received the benefit of her good taste in fashions and style, and her store discount. Unfortunately for me, she stayed skinny and I didn't so my stylish wardrobe ended. She and my Dad shared the same birth date which made it a date I have always remembered. Although we have been separated by miles for many years, she has always been near and dear to me at heart. She will be missed.
 

Terri K posted on 10/8/18
Am truly heart broken for Kim’s daughter, granddaughters and entire family. I live at the Manor and when I saw her in the halls she always had a hello and smile. She did not deserve this terrible accident that befell her. God speed Kim. Rest In Peace in Gods Kingdom.
 

Cora Wirts posted on 10/8/18
My sympathies go out to all of Kim's family and friends. She was a very special person! She really loved the family especially the granddaughters! We would share pictures of our grandchildren all the time. I will miss her smiling face God will welcome her and bless her family, and watch over her friends.
 

Rhonda Theurer posted on 10/8/18
So sorry for your loss. She was a beautiful young woman. Always saying hi and asking how your day was. Going to be missed.
 

James posted on 10/8/18
My deepest sympathy for your loss. May your memories of Kim continually lift your spirits. May you also remember the promises of our Heavenly Father Jehovah. He will swallow up death forever and soon end all our suffering. (Rev. 21:3-5; Isa. 25:8) Peace to you during this difficult time.
 

 
Shirley woods Grant posted on 10/8/18
Sol , brother in' law you will be missed by the whole family . Woods, Grant.you always be remembered og all the gpod times, never no bad.Im so glad i got to visit you .Sol,Davod an i love you aleausin pur heart Love uoi ,Sol
 

Harriet Pihera posted on 10/8/18
My condolences go out to the entire family. Kim was my neighbor on the same floor I lived on at the Manor Bldg. She was always so pleasant and nice. My God bless the family during this time.
 

Pam & Cameron posted on 10/7/18
We were very sadden by hearing the news of our special friend Sol passing. We loved Sol very much and we will miss him dearly. Our prayers for everyone Sol love are for peace in knowing his trying on this earth are over.
 

 
Tammy jones posted on 10/7/18
May God bless the family and comfort them during this time. Deepest condolences, Lewis and Tammy Jones
 

 
Tammy rowland posted on 10/7/18
Much love and peace
 

Joy (Young) Plowman posted on 10/6/18
I remember Dol and my brother part of a group of boys who called themselves the “River Rats” who spent many a happy hour fishing the mighty Fox river.
 

Deborah A Glenn posted on 10/6/18
We are keeping this entire family and our dear beloved Cola Woods in our thoughts and prayers. Sol would dearly be missed always had a smile on its face when you seen him. Please know he is resting in Eternal peace we love you Sol. From the entire Woods family
 

Christina G posted on 10/6/18
I’m so sorry for your loss. May you find peace in loving memories and hope in the promise of resurrection found in the scriptures. Acts 24:15 “And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection...”. Psalms 37:29 “The righteous will possess the earth,And they will live forever on it.”.
 

Deborah A Glenn posted on 10/6/18
To the entire family and my aunt Cola just want to let you know that we are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers during this time and after. Sol is resting now and now at Eternal peace. We love you all from the entire Woods family.
 

 
Cola woods posted on 10/6/18
My heart was hurting but, I know now that your at peace andnot in anymore pain so, that makes me OK. You will be missed. R.i.p. cola
 

Carol Hanson posted on 10/4/18
My deepest sympathy to Dick's family. May the love of family and friends give you all comfort in the days ahead and put a smile on your faces as you remember and cherish your memories. Carol Hanson
 

Howard Olsen posted on 10/3/18
Dick was a friend and member of the Perkins Builders Construction Company. We played softball for many years and enjoyed life together. Rest In peace Dick. Howie
 

Valerie & Reeve posted on 10/2/18
Our deepest sympathies go to the Mosher family. May God grant your family comfort and peace with his guaranteed promised of seeing your love one again in John 5:28,29
 

Rick and Chery Brant posted on 10/2/18
Our sympathy to your family. I have fond memories of Perkins Builders and babysitting Steve and Wes. We both send prayers.
 

Frank & Carol McKeever posted on 10/2/18
We were so sorry to hear of Dick's passing. Our hearts and minds are with Shirley and the family. He was one of the nicest and best.people we know. Cherish your many wonderful memories. Our love and sympathies to all of you.
 

Jennifer Bunger posted on 10/2/18
My name is Jennie, I work in the office at Country Financial here in DeKalb. I have great memories of the times Mike would visit here. When Mike would come into our office for one insurance issue or another, he always had a smile on his face. He would sit and chat with us, tell a few stories, brag about his wonderful wife and we'd talk about being a Marine. My brother was a Marine and the minute I told him that, he made me feel like family. He will be sorely missed. We here at Country Financial send our deepest sympathies and I regret that we just today, found out about Mike's passing. Please know we are here for you if there is anything you need. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
 

L. Wade posted on 9/28/18
My condolences to the family of Dane. We look forward to the time when these words at Revelation 21:4 are fulfilled: "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” May you take comfort in this promise from our loving creator.
 

Reeve Sainvil posted on 9/27/18
May you find comfort in knowing that John is safe in the perfect memory of God, who will remember every precious detail about him. (Acts 24:15)
 

 
Cindy Keller posted on 9/27/18
Dane, you are forever in our hearts and in our memories.
 

gene jersha posted on 9/26/18
Dane, you were one of a kind in your service to AVW. Rest in Peace Gene Jersha
 

 
Crystal Dale posted on 9/26/18
I was so sorry to hear about your passing my friend. Even though you're gone from this world, you will always be with your family and friends in spirit. You were such a genuine person and you will be truly missed.
 

Gary Krzemkowski pres. posted on 9/26/18
Berwyn Cicero Vietnow. Officers,directors,and membership offer are condolences to the family.
 

Mary Louise Hayden posted on 9/21/18
My prayers are with the family. Leona, How sad to say good-bye to a Granddaughter. Blessings, Mary Hayden
 

Luz posted on 9/20/18
Mike and his family are in our thoughts and prayers. We will miss our "Boorsma"
 

 
Jolene Ii posted on 9/19/18
Love you dad, almost five years now
 

 
Jolene Ii posted on 9/19/18
Love you dad
 

Ed Mayack posted on 9/19/18
Joe and Shirley I'm so sad to hear about your loss she must have been a wonderful person judging from her parents I never did know her but I do know about grief once again so very sorry time will heal
 

Kathy Gregoire posted on 9/19/18
I am so sorry for the loss of your dad and husband. My heart breaks for the entire Boorsma family and my prayers are with you! He was a great and special guy ... I'll always remember him sitting on the porch of "green" house after work!
 

Kathy Gregoire posted on 9/19/18
I am so sorry for the loss of such a fun and great man! My heart breaks for the entire Boorsma family and my prayers are with you all!
 

Kim west posted on 9/19/18
Bob and I are so heartbroken you are no longer with us. This past June we were goofing around, , talking at the campground. We had no idea this would be our last time seeing you. We love you big Mike. Things will not be the same. Rest easy our dear friend . Kim and Bob West
 

 
Suzanne Theobald McGowan posted on 9/19/18
I am sorry to read that June has passed away and would like to express my sympathy to all of her family for her loss. I had lost touch with June but was hoping to reconnect and pay her a visit at her Sandwich residence sometime soon. I remember her being a smiling and a very sweet and gentle person and I know she will be greatly missed by all of her family. Again, my sincere sympathy and prayers for her eternal rest.
 

Ed Banach posted on 9/19/18
Prayers to the Family. R.I.P. Mike.
 

 
Ruth Yeoman posted on 9/19/18
My sincere sympathy to Mike's family. He was quite a guy! May GOD be with you and BLESS you during this difficult time. Ruth Yeoman Freeport Chapter VietNow
 

 
Heather Schultz posted on 9/19/18
Jenny and I would sit and talk for hours, she would read her poetry to me and my daughters. Jenny would also bring her guitar with and play for us. Thank you for being you and spending time with me and my girls. Jen you are a shining star and I for one am grateful that you never have to take on another seizure again. I will always keep you close to my heart. Love you Jen!!! Xoxo
 

April C Scroggins posted on 9/19/18
He will be missed...he was our neighbor and friend for many years in DeKalb. My heart and prayers go out to Jane and family.
 

Leesha Kraus posted on 9/18/18
Prayers and love to all the family, will never forget dad sitting on the front porch! Many hours spent on that porch with everyone!
 

The Allreds posted on 9/18/18
My deepest condolences to the Boorsma family. Love you guys your all in my thoughts and prayers.
 

 
Alfred J Koloziej posted on 9/18/18
In Mike's honor: Let it be known that the Marine on duty at the pearly gates has just been relieved by the newest member of God's personal guards - The U.S. Marines. R.I.P. Marine until you are relieved. I will always remember the GOOD times in Kokomo together. SEMPER FIDELIS. MARINE
 

Bob and Cathy westman posted on 9/18/18
To all of the Barton family, our deepest condolences and deepest sympathy!! Our heart goes out to each and everyone one of you!! Prayers to all!
 

 
Marie Nourse posted on 9/18/18
Jenny was a beautiful person. She was loved by many and shall be dearly missed. God bless you dear Jenny
 

Barb (Bornhorst) Wierzbicki posted on 9/18/18
I only met jenny a few times but she was a great girl with a silly sense of humor and she was loving to her friends. She will be very missed. Payers to her loved ones. I'm so sorry for your loss.
 

 
Julie Frederick posted on 9/18/18
In the last year I had the pleasure of really getting to know Jenny. Jen and I had a lot more in common then I would have ever thought. Her and I loved our Chicago Cubs, Green Bay Packer and Wisconsin Badgers. The most important thing we had in common was our love for her mom Pam. We will miss you so much Jenny. Love you
 

Pat Rudnik-Majestic posted on 9/17/18
You will be missed at the hills at Mendota. Rest easy, my friend.
 

 
Ken Lange posted on 9/17/18
A Comade in Arms, fellow Marine and a hell of a nice guy. God speed Big Mike, you will be missed. See you at the next duty station. Semper Fi Brother.
 

Kristina posted on 9/12/18
To the family, I am so sorry for your loss. Trish was one the most amazing women. Praying for comfort during this tough time. To Trish, I know that you are looking down on us. Thank you for looking out for me since I was 16 & a scared waitress. I will always cherish the time that we had together! So many laughs & good times! I can't believe you left us so suddenly. I will always love you & now miss you. Kristina Keppy Lynch
 

Chris posted on 9/10/18
Our condolences are with your family in your time of loss. We’re sorry to read about the loss of your loved one. May your family find comfort in the printed words at 2 Corinthians 1:3-4.
 

Mary Cannella Butler posted on 9/8/18
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Mary Cannella Butler posted on 9/8/18
My condolences to all of the DeStefano family. My memories of Mrs DeStefano were extremely fond memories & cherished memories of our families growing up together on Menard in Chicago. Going to school with Paul, Marc, Mary & Madeleine at St Kate’s in Oak Park. So many fun times our families celebrated holidays, backyard picnics & so much more. The times we visited their home in Wisconsin during the summer. Although our families grew apart after we moved, I will cherish those times & keep a smile on my face when thinking about them. To Caryn, Paul, Mary & Madeline. Your mom was a beautiful person inside & out. I will always remember her kindness. I was so happy to have been able to see her earlier this year when she cam to my mothers service. That will remain in my heart ❤️ forever . Rest In Peace From my family “The Cannella’s Fondly, Mary Cannella Butler
 

Robert (Bob) Zorn posted on 9/6/18
Joe and Shirley, sorry to hear about the loss of a loved one, we all know that god had a reason that we will never figure out,your family is in our thoughts and prayers
 

 
Kay Frieders posted on 9/4/18
Joe and Shirley, Sending you and all your family our deepest sympathy on the loss of your daughter Nicole. We pray for God's comfort and peace at this time of sorrow for those she left behind. She was loved dearly by all who knew her and that is a great testament to you, her parents. Although we just lost our mother, Carol, not long ago, I can't imagine the pain and sorrow of losing a child no matter the age. We are thinking of you in this time of sorrow. Yet we should celebrate her life now complete in Christ. The Frieders Family
 

bruce badger posted on 9/4/18
George has always been with me and will remain with me till my time comes. In my mind were still 16 riding around the country in my old 46 chevy truck ! My deepest heart felt sympathy goes out to his family. Bruce Badger Tell City In.
 

Andrea Z Smith posted on 9/3/18
It is with great sadness that Cat (Louise Smith) and Andrea Smith have learned of the passing of "Cookie" Dent who was a great asset to the Community of Williams; loving wife and mother and friend to all. I think of Proverbs 31; a nearly flawless woman who was always been so devoted to her family as well as her students. She will be missed by all who knew her and our thoughts and prayers go out to her husband and family.
 

Laura Collett posted on 9/3/18
I just learned of George's passing today and I am at a loss for words. I worked with George at Cat and he was such a pleasure to work with. It was impossible to have a bad day when I worked around him. My deepest condolences for his family and loved ones.
 

Geri Drogos posted on 9/3/18
Nancy.....So sorry to hear about Scott's passing. My prayers are with you and Todd and your families at this very sad time.
 

Brittany Ellis posted on 9/2/18
Mrs. Larsen was the most amazing teacher she always welcomed everyone with a warm smile and made sure each student knew they were doing great. She would always send home emails to my mom every time I had a bad day and told her how amazing I was and she always made ya all laugh. I will miss you deeply Nicole Larsen
 

Mia Baaske posted on 9/2/18
Ms. Larsen was an absolutely wonderful teacher and will be missed greatly. She always encouraged her students to never give up and cared about everyone. “Good teachers teach, great teachers inspire”
 

Dianne Boring posted on 9/1/18
I am without words to say to comfort everyone in this sad and heart breaking time. George was one of a kind full of love and kindness. He loved without expectations and loved his family and friends so very much. He is safe in the arms of our Heavenly Father.
 

 
Cheti and Pete Schag posted on 9/1/18
George, had so much fun with you and Cheryl over the years. You were the greatest guy and will be missed!
 

Misty Boring posted on 9/1/18
Words can not describe how my heart aches for all of you. I have fond memories of Uncle George and know that he will be truly missed. Much Love & Empathy sent to everyone touched.
 

Paloma Bollinger posted on 9/1/18
Ms. Larsen was the best teacher ever. She always inspired people to learn and was always supportive. She is the reason I became a nurse and now thanks to her I am in my dream career. She was a beautiful person inside and out. Thank you so much for everything, you will be missed and cherished dearly. Paloma Bollinger
 

 
Hailey posted on 9/1/18
I moved to OHS from another school and had a hard time adjusting. Ms Larsen accommodated me in so many ways and was extremely understanding about anything and everything. I was so grateful for her genuine empathy because it made dealing with my transition a lot easier, I could always count on her! She was so kind and will be missed by many. I will never forget how crucial of a positive impact she was on my life during such a hard time!
 

Ryan Schmeckpeper posted on 8/31/18
Tim and family, our deepest condolences on your tragic loss. Our prayers go out to you and your family.
 

Ryan Schmeckpeper posted on 8/31/18
Tim and family. Our deepest condolences on your tragic loss. Our prayers go out to you and your family.
 

 
Faithe posted on 8/31/18
Ms. Larsen was the best part of my day. I love anatomy but she made it such a fun and interactive class. She never failed to make me smile and I miss her everyday.
 

 
Aimee Ford posted on 8/31/18
Her smile lit up the room, and get smile warmed the hearts around her. RIP
 

 
Susan Chodan posted on 8/31/18
Sorry to hear this news. My prayers go out to the family. God will help you get through this. Take one day at a time.
 

Frank, Priscilla, AnneChristine and Christian Fay posted on 8/31/18
We are forever grateful to this wonderful soul for launching the career of our daughter via Ms. Larsen’s med topics program. She inspired our daughter to greatness and we will always think of her as the leader of many students and how giving she was to them. May she Rest In Peace knowing she was a faithful servant. Your family is in our prayers.
 

 
Autumn posted on 8/31/18
One thing Mrs. Larsen always could do was make you laugh and it was contagious. There was never a day you walked into her class room upset and walked back out upset.
 

Ana Leone posted on 8/31/18
She was a sweet, caring and fun person that we had the pleasure of knowing through our daughter. She will be greatly missed by all. We Love You....Rest in peace.
 

Rodney P Wiest posted on 8/29/18
So sorry to hear about Scott and Cheryl. When I moved back to north Dakota we kind of lost touch with them. I will sure cherish the memories and good times we had. Especially the hunting trip to North Dakota sincere condolences
 

stephanie paulsen posted on 8/29/18
So very sorry to hear of this loss to the family. Prayers to all of you .
 

Donna Benter posted on 8/28/18
Rest in peace Judy. I have many fond memories of times spent together. Prayers and love to the entire family. She is no longer suffering.
 

Sarah Wortman posted on 8/26/18
Rest in peace Aunt Judy. I love you and we will meet again in heaven someday.
 

 
Bonnie Reyes Trosky posted on 8/25/18
R.i.p girlfriend until we meet again lots of tight hugs to all the Stewart family Judy was a good friend You will be greatly missed by all who has had the pleasure of knowing you
 

 
trude kauffman posted on 8/25/18
she was my sister-in-law for 32 years. we did a lot of things together and she will be missed. prayets for her family. may God heal their hearts.
 

Carol Schultz posted on 8/24/18
So very sorry for the loss of your sister Cindy. We sure had slot of fun when we worked at GM in Ft Wayne . Know Kim and John can raise cane in Heaven together. Prayers for the whole family. Carol Schultz
 

DeAnna Hurd posted on 8/24/18
I worked for Bud when his house caught fire, than he kept me on as his cleaning service. He was very special to me, he took pictures at my wedding. Him and Bryn were very very dear to me.
 

Jane Kartes posted on 8/21/18
She will be missed by everyone who came into contact with her! She was a beautiful soul who found the best in everything and everyone! We were blessed to have known her and spend time with her! The light in heaven is a little brighter! Fly High and watch over us!
 

Patti Cutsinger Mann posted on 8/17/18
I learned so much from Ms Hage Took all her Art classes in high school ! One of the best teachers by far at Yorkville High in the 70s ! My sympathy to the Hage family❤
 

Sally Sontag Adams posted on 8/15/18
I used to live near the Sonheim's. I'm sorry to hear of your loss. I will keep you all in prayer.
 

Ted Hazledine posted on 8/15/18
Connie, John, Ted and Families; Please accept my sincerest condolences for your loss. You have lost a husband, father and grandfather, Garbe has lost an important team member, our industry has lost a leader and I have lost a friend that I wish I had met earlier in life. Rest in Peace, my friend.
 

Lori posted on 8/14/18
Please accept my condolences to all the Clapper family. Heaven has received a special angel with this one. RIP Alberta.
 

Jean and Mike Walsh posted on 8/14/18
Dear Anice, We are finding it difficult being in the world without you. As your maiden name implies, you brought sunshine and warmth which nurtured genuine friendship and love in all who met you. You were and will remain a Life Highlight for the Walsh Family. Jean wishes she could have had one more conversation with you with Mike listening over her shoulder. We will try to care for Barry, a difficult task that you handled with ease for 50 years. With thanks for making our lives richer and fuller. Love, Jean and Mike
 

Brenda Clapper posted on 8/14/18
My deepest sympathy for the loss of my mother-in-law Alberta. She was a very special and dear lady and will be deeply missed by many.
 

Dan Kadrmas posted on 8/14/18
I can't express how grateful to have served on the CFA and AISC boards with you. You were a great mentor and friend. Your commitment to the steel industry will always be cherished and remembered.
 

George & Marilyn Smith posted on 8/13/18
Connie & Family: Marilyn & I want to extend our deepest sympathy to you and your family in the loss of Terry. We have many cherished memories with the two of you over the years, your hospitality when we were in Aurora, the evening we sat with you at the chicken Bar B Q in the park in Auburn on our first ACD reunion you made us feel so welcome. The times we were able to be of help to each other. These are all things that will never go away, and we are thankful for that and Terry's and yours friendship. The two of you were always a class act.
 

Andrea Kuhn posted on 8/13/18
Dearest Connie, So very sad to hear the news of Terry's passing. Chuck always enjoyed visiting with him, and how knowledgeable he was on so many levels.....Cars and Steel....they could talk for hours...Terry and You, and the family are in my thoughts and prayers. With warmest regards, AJ
 

Sidney Meyer posted on 8/13/18
Connie, Belva and I are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
 

Ray Parise and Debbie Miller posted on 8/13/18
We did not get to see Anice often; a few times in Lexington and a few times when she and Barry visited Portland. We will always remember her intelligence, humor and warmth when we did have the pleasure of her company. Our thoughts are with her family.
 

Sharon Hoyle posted on 8/13/18
Connie, I extend my deepest sympathies to you and your sons in the loss of Terry. In the coming days of sadness take comfort in all your wonderful memories. Love, Sharon Hoyle
 

Kelly Walters posted on 8/12/18
Sending you my condolences John in the passing of your father. May you always cherish the memories of him & keep them close in your heart. Sending prayers for you & the entire Peshia family in the coming days & that God comforts all of you.
 

William Dyker posted on 8/12/18
To Connie and your family: Julie and I are so saddened to learn of your loss. Our hearts and prayers are with you and your extended family during this difficult time. I was fortunate - blessed - that my career path in structural steel fabrication led me to Garbe Iron Works and Terry. Fortunately, after completing six years as VP/Engineering with GIW and retiring from the daily work force in 1995, Terry updated me by phone and E-mail about plant personnel whom I knew. His last such communication with me was this past May. The world of structural steel fabricators has lost a fine, true gentleman who, while managing successful fabrication of steel components for river boats, buildings and bridges, was ever mindful of the quality of the lives of each and everyone of his shop and office personnel.
 

Nancy Hickernell posted on 8/12/18
We all at Gario’s Pizza will miss your Sunday dinners with us. Terry and Connie were always a welcome sight. The girls always always always looked forward to seeing you. We all are so sorry for your loss.
 

 
kenneth machado posted on 8/12/18
Dear Anice: You are forever in my thoughts from the first day I met you in Evanston with my brother and your future husband. You made the life of the Machado's and everyone you touched a better place to be. You were never judgmental and always put other's before yourself. You were the Jewish " Mother Theresa ". I will never forget you. You always treated me with love and respect. Love Kenneth
 

Danielle Marie Urton posted on 8/11/18
Joey, I'm so so sorry for your loss. You're Grandpa was such a sweet man, you have my deepest condolences. Mrs. Peshia, it is so nice to see you at some of Joey's school events. My sympathies to you as well. I'll be praying for your whole family.
 

Tara posted on 8/11/18
I'm sorry for your family's loss. I hope you find comfort in knowing that your loved one is safe in the memory of God, who will remember every detail about him & bring him back again. Acts 24;15. You have my condolences.
 

Roberto Galindo posted on 8/10/18
Connie, Ted and John I'm so very sorry for your loss . My wife and I were just reminiscing about when I met Terry and it was in 1981 I was 13 years old I started working at Garbe in 1985 with Terry had just turned 17 years old always had a lot of respect for him he was one great and fair man really going to miss him my prayers and thoughts go out to all the Peshia family God bless you all
 

Jean Woollacott posted on 8/10/18
Dear Connie, So sorry for your loss. We are so happy that we were able to spend some time with you both when you were in Florida a few years ago. Our hearts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
 

Hol Abraham posted on 8/10/18
Connie and family, Our deepest condolences to you all. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Terry was a very kind man and I feel blessed to have known him. He always spoke so highly of all of you. May the good Lord bring much comfort and peace to you during this time. Hol & family, from Hols About A Barber
 

rusty and kathy peshia, robin, alex and chloe posted on 8/10/18
I remember going to see his car collection and buildings down near norway. He had quite a collection of antique cars. His home project was spectacular, moving it from Aurora to Oswego to the perfect setting for it. The cemetary setting is perfect for the victorian house.
 

Shelly J. McBride posted on 8/10/18
John and family please know I send my most heartfelt condolences in the passing of your father. Please know I will keep you all in my prayers for comfort and peace at this most difficult time.
 

Dennis Belotti posted on 8/10/18
John and Family, My deep sympathy to you and your family on the passing of Terry. I new Terry way back when Jim Garbe was at the helm and Terry was handling steel erection. I have always admired Terry. He not only was a fine business man he was a true gentleman, thoughtful and respectful of others. Terry's dedication to the steel industry shown like a guiding light. I was privileged to have known him. He was admired by many in our industry. Sincerely, D. Belotti
 

Carole and Tom Liske posted on 8/10/18
We were terribly saddened to hear this news. Terry was a pillar of the community - accomplished, engaging, forthright, and solution-driven. His dedication to his professional pursuits were only eclipsed by his dedication to his family and friends. Our thoughts and prayers to Connie and his family. May your fond memories sustain you during this difficult time. God bless.
 

MARTHA J. CONOVER posted on 8/10/18
Oh, dear Connie, I am so sorry to hear this news. I could not believe it, even though I never really knew your husband personally. You spoke so highly of Terry during our lovely lunch and of all the travels you have made and hoped to continue making. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this heart breaking time. May you find peace and comfort in our good Lord and the peace he always brings during the storms of our lives. Martha Conover
 

Loralee Zielke-Smith posted on 8/10/18
Thinking of you Connie, Johnny & Teddy and family. I am devestated at this news. I am praying for you ALL. I always thought the world of Terry! He had the greatest sense of humor, the kindest gentlemen ever and never seemed to have a bad day. I not only worked for GIW and Terry as my Boss, but had the privilege to help with you boys when you were little with babysitting. I think back to those days so often. I still recall Terry waiting and watching me cross to my home in darkness after leaving your home from babysitting...He was a very gentle soul with a genuine kindness for all who met him. I cannot imagine how you all are feeling, other than LOST. I have prayers going up for you all and sending you much love. Your former neighbor, Loralee Zielke
 

Sheila & Brett Gabriel posted on 8/9/18
UB was very special to us. He always made us and the children feel very special. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Love, Brett, Sheila, Lawson Augusta, Coly, Adrian and April
 

Sheila & Brett Gabriel posted on 8/9/18
UB was a wonderful man who we could always rely on. He accepted us into the family and always made our children feel loved and accepted, as did Gretchen. Unfortunately we will be unable to attend the funeral or wake, but please know that we will be praying for the whole family. Love, Sheila, Brett, Lawson, Augusta, Coly and Adrian
 

 
Connie Johnson posted on 8/9/18
Rest In Peace dear friend. During our past visits, you have confided in me that when the Lord calls for you ...no flowers! Respecting your wishes, dear Ginny, I will have mass requested in your honor. Will miss you, but your fiesty memories will live on forever.
 

Steve and Janelle Pitula posted on 8/9/18
Steve and I send our love and prayers to the entire Peshia family especially Connie, Ted and John. Terry will very much be missed by all. Many of my childhood memories include the Peshia family... I am grateful for all of those memories. Our hearts are with yours..... Much Love, Janelle (Peters) Pitula & Steve Pitula
 

 
Judy Burkard posted on 8/9/18
Remembering Terry coming to our house on Christmas Eve many years ago and mesmerizing our little ones - best Santa Claus ever! He had so many talents - a renaissance man!
 

Jeremy Schaper posted on 8/9/18
I remember Roger fondly. I am so sorry for your loss.
 

Jeremy Schaper posted on 8/9/18
I remember your Dad fondly. I am sorry for your loss.
 

Katie posted on 8/9/18
Mrs Machado was without a question my favorite teacher. I was lucky enough to be the SCA president in middle school and Mrs Machado was the teacher that oversaw the SCA. Her and I were able to do so many things and share so many laughs. Every once in awhile she would find the class I was in, explain to my teacher that I was needed for SCA, and then we would go to her empty classroom and just sit, talk, laugh and wonder if anyone would question what “SCA” work we were doing. I remember going to her house, helping rake leaves in her yard, taking a trip with her to the Holocaust museum, meeting a friend of hers and doing an art project. So many different memories. She was always so happy and energetic about life. Her smile was contagious. She pushed me to think on a larger scale, gave me confidence when I needed it most, and has impacted my life more than she probably ever knew. She was an amazing person and teacher! She will be missed. Her family and friends are in my thoughts and prayers. ~KS
 

Adrienne Caplan posted on 8/8/18
I had the honor to meet Anice the year we became docents at the Illinois Holocaust Museum.We became friends and I always looked forward to seeing her lovely smile and and great sense of humor. My condolences to her husband and family.
 

 
KJ Theis posted on 8/8/18
Gretchen and Family My thoughts and prayers are with you at this very sad time. Love, KJ
 

Joannie Habbe Martin posted on 8/8/18
Sending my condolences to you Lynn and the family.
 

Steven Schwartz posted on 8/7/18
I haven’t seen Anice in over 50 years. I knew her from when I was so little it was before I have memories. She was two years older than me but we were part of the same group of kids that gathered in Lake Geneva every summer. We swam, played, and walked around talking about everything and anything and nothing. We did that for many years until college and jobs ended our summer idylls. At the end of the movie “Stand By Me” there’s a line I’ve been hearing since I learned of her death: “I never had any friends later on like the ones I had when I was twelve. Jesus, does anyone?” After all this time I can still hear her voice, see her smile and, even over the distance of the years, they warm me. My deepest condolences go to all her family and friends.
 

Patty Lee posted on 8/7/18
Virginia loved seeing the students from St. Mary School attend Mass. She would save her empty yogart containers for the students to decorate and use as pencil cups on their desks. A few years ago the students went to visit Virginia. As we all tried to get on her deck it gave way and broke! The students loved having a yearly picnic in her back yard. She always made sure there was plenty of ice cream. One year the students got to pose for a photo on the horse! Our prayers are with you Virginia! Patty Lee
 

Ernest Bell, Jr posted on 8/7/18
Sorry for the loss of another Cousin. He was a good Man.
 

Patty Lee posted on 8/7/18
Virginia always enjoyed seeing the students from St. Mary school attend weekday Mass. She saved her empty yogart cups for our students to decorate and use as pencil cups on their desks. A few years ago the students went to visit her and as we all attempted to gather on her back deck it gave way and broke! She enjoyef having the students come to her house for a yearly picnic in her back yard complete with ice cream cones! Our prayers are with you Virginia! Patty Lee (2nd grade teacher, St. Mary School ~Plano, Illinois)
 

Rod Van Fleet posted on 8/7/18
I was shocked and saddened to see Roger has passed. I had the pleasure of working with him for many years at Cat and always found him with a smile on his face and an up lifting tone in his voice. I have always thought of him as a friend. I would look forward to seeing him when I would visit the clinic, there again he was always cheerful and enjoyed our conversations. My most sincere condolences to the family and friends...we have lost truly one of the good guys. My heart is aching.
 

Jodie Larson posted on 8/7/18
Thinking of you sweet sweet Eloise! Sending lots of love and ((HUGS)) to you.
 

Morgan posted on 8/7/18
Mrs. Machado will always be my favorite teacher. Heartfelt, compassionate, uplifting, and inspirational, she took teaching a step further and pushed her kids to dig deep and be somebody. She was the teacher I loved and appreciated so much that I worked extra hard solely for the fact that her personal approval and praise was the highest reward. After a year in her classroom, she helped organize a summer trip to NYC for a select group of kids who she thought would appreciate the experience. But my parents couldn't afford it. I would have killed to go, but she settled for hiring me to do her yardwork during the months leading up to the trip, so that I could earn enough to make up the difference where my family fell short. It chokes me up writing this, as she may have been the most genuine person I ever knew, and she saw something in me that I may never have without her in my life. Mrs. Machado, you will be greatly missed. With Love, MC
 

Jason Brady posted on 8/6/18
Out of all the people that I knew and loved at the Plano Church of Christ, Roger was certainly one of my favorites. Even though we've been away for a long time, everything many great memories of the good people at Plano. You're all in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Michael Davis posted on 8/6/18
My sincere sympathy, dear ones! What a faithful man he was. Rev. 2:10
 

Debbie Tucek posted on 8/6/18
Our condolences to the family. We sure will miss Roger. Such a great person and friend. Love Jim and Deb Tucek
 

Marcy Jordan posted on 8/6/18
My deepest sorrows and blessings. Peace and comfort to everyone. Be happy Uncle, you are at home now.
 

Tabitha Wagner posted on 8/6/18
I'm so sorry for your loss. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. May God grant you peace during this difficult time.
 

Gloria Caballero posted on 8/6/18
We are very sorry for your loss.Know that your Mom is now resting peacefully with the Lord. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. With our deepest sympathy; Caballero Family
 

 
Carmen T Belcher posted on 8/6/18
Heartfelt condolences sent to every family member at this time of great, personal loss. What an unending legacy Anice Machado has left to her family, friends and students - whose life has provided light, joy and memories that will endure throughout generations to come. May strength of love and peace surround you all. Kindest regards, Carmen Belcher
 

 
Jakki Moses posted on 8/6/18
Anice always welcomed us to her home when we would visit from Oregon. Even though we are not directly related I felt I had another aunt on the lake in Wisconsin. (My sister, Jaymie married her nephew, Ryan). I remember sitting in her sun room one winter night around New Years time and she was talking about her teaching experience, in middle school as I also am a teacher. She was so enthusiastic about life and it radiates out of her. I had no doubt her students respected and loved her. We miss you, Anice and you will always have our love. Thanks for being a giving and hospital “aunt” to me and my family.
 

Lori Prellwitz posted on 8/6/18
Nona, you lived a long and fufilled life. I know you are now having one of those big Italian parties with your family. Love you and you will be missed.
 

Dana & Martin Wood posted on 8/6/18
Bill was a very special person and will always be remembered fondly. I hope the support of your family, warm memories and God’s Grace will give you some comfort. Please accept our deepest sympathies. We will be praying for Bill and for the whole family.
 

 
Dana & Martin Wood posted on 8/6/18
Bill was a remarkable person who always had a smile and a wave for anyone who passed by. He could brighten my day with his warm greeting and easy way of making you feel welcomed. He will be truly missed.
 

Stephanie Berry posted on 8/5/18
Dear Family, Your mom, grandma, and great-grandmother is an OUTSTANDING role model. I have so many happy memories going to see you guys and Great Aunt Mary in Florida, Illinois, and Colorado. I will never forget how Michael as a young kid would talk just like his grandma. It was so cute. I will never forget Great Aunt Mary's tasty meals. Her spaghetti and lasagna were AMAZING! Her faith was and still is in Heaven POWERFUL. I loved just sitting and talking to her for hours. I know she is happy to be in Heaven with her husband and family members that have passed. I know my daddy probably gave her a huge bear hug while shouting, "Aunt Mary!" Rest in peace my loving Great Aunt. You are missed by many. Until we meat again! I love you so much, Great Aunt Mary! All of you are in my thoughts and prayers. With Sympathy, Stephanie
 

Ken and Janet McEwen posted on 8/5/18
May the memories wipe away your tears. Sorry for your loss. Hugs Ken and Janet
 

Phyllis Parker posted on 8/5/18
Anice was my first friend when I moved to Lexington in 1982—and she became a friend for life. Barry had headed the committee that had hired my husband, David, to teach at Washington and Lee in the History Department. We pulled into Lexington from Seattle pretty unceremoniously with a U-Haul truck and two little ones—later to become three. Anice was convinced we wouldn’t stay because when she came to visit us at Faculty Apartments our furniture included a pretty extensive music and book collection along with a mattress on the living room floor and boxes for containers of clothes. She later dubbed the mattress our “jumping couch” because children could come and jump on our “furniture.” The name stuck. As did the friendship. As faculty friends would explore exotic vacation destinations, Anice pushed Barry for such a family adventure. Barry opted for a place closer to home and landed on Roanoke. Anice came to mull this over at our little apartment and somehow, I think it was Ann Spice who came up with the idea—we decided to have a ladies’ night out on the town (albeit Lexington). So off we went—we were a bit like teenagers on a scavenger hunt—we went to pickup Charlene Jarrett who didn’t miss a beat—“just let me get my pocket book!” and then Dianne Herrick and then we stopped at Nell McDaniel’s—she and John had farmed their kids out with her parents so they could have a romantic evening at home, “…but please, please include me next time?” There weren’t a lot of such ladies out drinking nights, I’m afraidJ We went to the White Columns (later known as the Willson Walker House) and closed it down so we headed to the Palms. Real Party Animals we were! I remember watching Dianne Herrick (who had just returned from several weeks in Spain) as Anice explained she was heading for a vacation in Roanoke. We were all side-splittingly laughing and loving the wonderful moments of friendship. Anice and family did indeed head to Roanoke for a few days. Anice said they hit the Transportation Museum and Mandy and Ethan were allowed to jump as much as they wished on the beds at the motel. Anice sent each of us from the “drinking party” a postcard: “Having a great time in the Star City! Wish you were here!” I think we all especially loved Anice’s ability to laugh and celebrate life in all its craziness. Anice’s mother was a Holocaust survivor—the only one of her family. Esther’s narrative was both unique in its particulars and universal in its story of grit and survival. Anice knew that history from her core—both the craziness of the world and the need for each of us to identify and answer the questions of who we want to be in this crazy world. She would encourage each child in her class with whatever their talents were—but she would return to the big questions—how do we respond to the cruelty of this world. One day she shook her head with laughter as she told of trying to get this across to her students and she asked, “…so what is the answer? What should we do in response to such a thing as the Holocaust?” To which one earnest student had responded, “Send them a Hallmark?” (The ads in those days said, “When you care enough to send the very best, send a Hallmark!”) Anice never lost her moral center and at the same time she never lost her wonderful sense of humor. Anice became my mentor when I became a teacher at Rockbridge County High School. I had done a lot of volunteer work in her classes and she encouraged me to follow my instincts in teaching and connecting with students. We would meet on Tuesday afternoons at the Bakery—now “Bistro on Main” for coffee and “preacher cookies” and long chats. She was always an encourager and supporter of others. I am grateful to have had such a friend. This past February Anice and Barry came to Lexington—Barry was delivering a paper at the Marshall Foundation. Anice and I spent an afternoon and evening laughing and remembering and planning—we had dinner at the “Pink Cadillac”—and then tried unsuccessfully to chase down a particular type of antique fan that Ethan’s son would love to have. Even greater than the love Anice showered on her students and on us, her friends, was multiplied exponentially on her lucky family. If her grandson wanted a particular old-timey fan, then by damn we would leave no stone unturned in trying to track said fan down! There are so many memories and so much love and so much laughter. Anice leaves a gaping hole but I think she also leaves a great legacy. We must all love intensely and laugh with abandon and share that love and laughter. Phyllis Parker
 

Tina Stapleton posted on 8/5/18
So Sorry Dad we were never able to connect. I missed you ALL my life. Wonder why you never acknowledged me all those years? Hope you answer to GOD for ignoring your child. But I never judged you...just accepted that you never accepted or acknowledged me. God will judge you. Distant love, your Daughter, Tina.
 

Kimberly Carr posted on 8/5/18
I remember her from 6th grade, at Natural Bridge Elementary school. Her classes were lively, and she shared her heart, and her life with us. She was an unforgettable teacher.
 

James Strauss posted on 8/4/18
To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children; to earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty, to find the best in others; to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition; to know even one life has breathed easier because you lived. This is to have succeeded. No better words have ever been written to describe the kind of human being and vital woman Alice Machado lived her life being.
 

Jane Sidoti posted on 8/4/18
I feel honored to have had the opportunity of meeting her through our docent experience at the Illinois Holocaust and Education Center. My sincere condolences to her loving family.
 

Deb Weddle posted on 8/4/18
Anice was a beautiful person and her soul will be with many others for years and generations to come. Blessings and love to her family and close friends, she will be missed by many. I will always remember teaching along side of Anice in Rockbridge County, Virginia.
 

Bob Panozzo posted on 8/4/18
Judy, I'm so sorry to hear about Beth's passing. I didn't see the news until a couple of days ago in the Ledger, or I would have offered my condolences in person at the Memorial Service. I have fond memories of our time working together. Bob Panozzo
 

Kathy Burant posted on 8/4/18
I'm so sorry to hear of Anice's passing. We go way back to days in Rockbridge County where we met at our VT Master's classes in '93. A breath of fresh air, kind and compassionate educator, lovely person. Sending prayers of condolences.
 

James Strauss posted on 8/4/18
I will never forget the elation and great cheer generated by this special woman, as my family and I sat with her and her husband celebrating several presidential election results. What a remarkably kind, compassionate, intelligent and caring woman she was and she will be so sorely missed by so many, some close to her significant inner circle and some, like me, just on the fringes. She crossed to the other side, where, if there really is a god, she will be waiting....with a giant smile....
 

kim & jason douglas posted on 8/3/18
so sorry for your loss. i’ll never forget the first time i met saint nicey...she had that same big bright beautiful smile that you possess, mandy. big hugs & prayers being sent y’alls way. love you guys. xoxo
 

kim & jason douglas posted on 8/3/18
so sorry for your loss. i’ll never forget the first time i met nicey...she had that same big beautiful bright smile that mandy possesses. big hugs and prayers being sent y’alls way. love you guys. xoxo
 

Gina Musser posted on 8/3/18
Dear Mandy and family. Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I wish I could take away your pain and sorrow and replace it with some comfort and peace. We love you and care about you and your sweet family!! Xoxo Gina, Jim, Everett & Erika Musser
 

Chrissy Taylor posted on 8/3/18
I will forever remember my Summers in Trinky with Mandy and her family. I"ll always think of Anise with a smile and so happy to laugh at the silly tricks and plans we had up our sleeve. Playing tee ball for Bub's 76 was a gift because I met Mandy and her family and that went onto watching our older brothers play baseball at Badger in the Summers. As a Mom now myself, I think of all the great memories and advice that have shaped who I am today as a person and mom. Every time I pass this area of the lake, it brings smiles and happiness to my heart! xoxox
 

Tim Madison posted on 8/3/18
She was one of my very favorite teachers. I will never forget her influence on my life. I am so sorry she is gone. Rest easy dear friend.
 

Sue Arcus(Gordon) posted on 8/3/18
To say that Anice was a wonderful person and friend would be a gross understatement. I always say that the one thing I miss the most is the summers I spent in Lake Geneva with all of my wonderful friends. Her name fit her as I have never met a person that was nicer than Anice. Even though I haven’t seen her in years, I still think of her every summer. My sincerest and deepest condolences to her family.
 

Lisa Ruggerio posted on 8/3/18
One of my favorite teachers. She had a smile that was contagious. Deepest sympathies to her family.
 

Eric Bond posted on 8/3/18
Eric Bond and family send our sincerest sympathy. Anice was my mentor and buddy during my first year of teaching. She took great care of me and was my assistant coach for girls basketball. She meant the world to me. I am saddened to hear this news.
 

 
Jennifer &David Knox posted on 8/3/18
You were truly one of the sweetest people I know. Rest peacefully Frank.
 

 
Barb Cantrell posted on 8/3/18
Janeth was a special person that I had the pleasure and honor to know and work with. She will be missed by all. Keeping you all in my thoughts.
 

 
Lynda posted on 8/3/18
RIP Uncle Frank you will be greatly missed and loved by all that know you.
 

Sheila Hartman posted on 8/2/18
Frankie was a cousin whom I had not seen in years. I remember him always with a smile on his face and love in his heart. My prayers are with you and your family through this terrible time. Always and with Love , Sheila Fry Hartman
 

 
Rebecca Rizzuto posted on 8/2/18
When I think of you, I think of beauty and grace through many hardships and heartaches. I admire how you faced your battles with honesty and strength. You put on a brave face but never fake. I’d stop by your brightly colored, well decorated classroom for a friend fix and I was never disappointed. You got me saying “OMG “ too Your laughter and dancing around was contagious and you will always have a place in my heart. I guarantee hundreds more feel the same. Rest now beautiful angel, you are so loved
 

Brenda Jordan Diehl posted on 8/2/18
My heart breaks for the passing of my dear Uncle Frank but I look back fondly at the time we spent together. I have never known a more gentle soul or fun loving human being. His zest for life and his spirit will live on forever within me. I was truly honored to have know Francis Jordan and I will always cherish our memories together. Rest in peace Uncle Frank, God bless you!
 

 
Christy posted on 8/1/18
I loved working with you!!! You always had a bag of flaming hots and a coke, and you were always up for a dance party in the parking lot! RIP Janeth... My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
 

 
Tiffany Torres posted on 8/1/18
We love and miss you so much. We will remind the kids how amazing their momma J was in their lives and make sure Daysi knows how amazing her mom was each and everyday. My heart and life will never be the same without you.
 

 
Maria D Gonzalez posted on 8/1/18
To my lovely niece Janeth thank you all the precious moments we share while growing up together. Forever we will miss you.... Forever we will cry.. why did you have to leave us and gain wings to fly. We love you and miss you.
 

 
J. Ronald Kropidlowski posted on 8/1/18
I was one of Darrell's supervisor's at Caterpillar. He was such a conscientious and detailed person that he did not need any supervision. He was one of my pride people I had the pleasure of working with. After retirement he and I met at the Cat breakfast meeting held monthly We would talk about the good old days and even my operations that I had gone through. He was one of my favorite people I had the honor of knowing.
 

Innes posted on 7/31/18
Heartfelt sympathy to you all. Especially a Tim, Margaret, Adam & Lauren, and Faith! It's never easy to let our loved ones go. Remember, this is not goodbye, just until you meet again! Love, Steve, Susan, Hannah & Meghan
 

George King posted on 7/30/18
My youngest brother. You will be greatly missed!
 

Meryl posted on 7/28/18
What a beautiful woman and person, Mrs. Hage was. Please allow me to offer my condolences to her family with these encouraging words: One day, before Martha’s brother Lazarus took sick and died, Jesus provided new information on the resurrection hope, saying: "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.” (John 5:28, 29) This is the resurrection hope for, Ms. Bethany, as well. Truly, the resurrection is something for us to look forward to with eager anticipation and joy. I hope that this verse will 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 sister, aunt and friend. Sincerely, Meryl, jw.org - healingwordsforu@gmail.com
 

 
Brenda Walz posted on 7/27/18
Jackie, Jeff, Tracey, Nikki, Randy & Family's, We are saddened by the loss of Phyllis she always has a warm smile, a fun sense of humor & good story to share. I've missed going to see her in her home w/being so busy w/other's. She will always be in our heart & think of her spunky witty way's! We feel privileged to have gotten to know her! May God comfort you in the days ahead! Brenda & Joe Walz
 

Lisa McKnight posted on 7/27/18
Were very sorry for your loss.phyllis was a great neighbor. Sincerely lisa and Scott McKnight
 

Jennifer Wolfe posted on 7/27/18
Ms. Hage was such a wonderful teacher! she was creative and no nonsense!! She told me my painting style was like Chagall! Being a small town girl from Yorkville, I had no idea what that was at the time. She expanded my love of the arts just by being the type of lady that she was: Creative and fun! I am sorry to hear of her passing and I wish her Godspeed to the creative afterworld.
 

Roberta Sharp posted on 7/27/18
Phyllis was a great neighbor for 45 years! I have missed her so much the last couple years. Kenny and I did get to visit her a few times in the nursing home. The last few years have been hectic for me or we would have visited more often. Our family sends our prayers to your family.
 

Dianne Bartlett posted on 7/27/18
Lucy was a beautiful lady. She had more energy than anyone I new. Always on the go, bingo, cards or friendly center. She rode with me as a monitor for West Aurora and each day she always had a report on her previous nights winnings. Her bright smile and personality will be greatly missed. Gods Blessings, Lucy! Dianne (Browning) Bartlett
 

Judy and Jim Martin posted on 7/26/18
Jackie and Jeff ~ your mom was so special in our lives growing up, we grew up and moved so far away but always had to stop in for a visit with both your folks and after uncle Ray passed. I have always treasured the times we had with them, and loved all the delicious deserts your Mom and I loved to indulge in when we were together. And these past years we would reminisce about those good old times we had together, when ever we would get back to IL. Thinking of you and know it has been difficult to face each day. Just to let you know how much we care and send our heartfelt sympathies. love, Judy and Jim
 

Jane Oleson Philhower posted on 7/26/18
Beth was my harp instructor for many years and quickly became a friend of the family. She taught me a lot about music and life. She was a huge part of my youth. Sympathy and prayers for her family.
 

MIchele Riley Willis posted on 7/26/18
My condolences to the entire family for this loss.
 

Jack Di Guido posted on 7/26/18
This lady inspired me to be creative. I took every art class I could, just to learn from the 'hipest' teacher. We lost contact after I got out of school. Just sorry I missed a chance to say goodbye...
 

Doug & Shirley Clayton posted on 7/26/18
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Ament family. We enjoyed visiting with Don & Beverly across the ravine from our house. We always talked about the wildlife in our yards. She was a great neighbor and will be missed very much.
 

Tim Bertsche posted on 7/25/18
Nan, our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of loss. May the peace of Christ guard and fill your heart and mind in the days ahead. Tim and Laura Bertsche
 

Jennifer and Alan Banaszak posted on 7/25/18
Bev and her husband were on hand as we planned our wedding at the Chapel on the Green. She was always so friendly and welcoming; especially to my mother Gayle when she became a member of the church. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and her church family.
 

Mica Garrett posted on 7/25/18
Bev touched my life through her beautiful and caring daughter, Nan Maree and I will be forever grateful to her for that sweet gift to the Body of Christ God Bless, Mica Garrett
 

Jim and Nancy dockendorf posted on 7/25/18
Jackie, Jeff, Tracy and family Phyllis was a great friend. She will be greatly missed by our family. She was lots of fun, loving and caring. Our prayers are with all of you Dock and Nancy
 

Ellie Gentile posted on 7/25/18
Bev was a beautiful lady inside and out. She had an aura of kindness and caring about her. She will be so missed.
 

Eva Schoenfielder posted on 7/25/18
My deepest sympathy to Bettye's family. Bettye touched so many lives and those memories will forever be cherished. She watched over so many of us daily. May family and friends give all of you much comfort during this difficult time. God Bless all of you.
 

Deb Welch posted on 7/25/18
I was shocked and deeply saddened to hear about Mike. I enjoyed his banter during the Cubs and Blackhawk's seasons. He was a genuinely nice guy and I am glad we were able to catch up at a party a year ago. He will be missed. My heartfelt condolences to Sandy and the rest of his family.
 

Carol Hanson posted on 7/25/18
My deepest sympathy to Bev's family. Bev touched so many lives and those memories will forever be cherished. May family and friends give all of you much comfort in the days ahead. God bless all of you.
 

 
Lee Hruby posted on 7/24/18
I will miss seeing Mikes Facebook posts during Bears season! He was such a huge fan! He was so optimistic at the beginning of the games and then the Bears would do something stupid and Mike would post his disappointment. But then the next Sunday he was optimistic again. I so enjoyed reading his posts they made me laugh. I will think of you Mike every Sunday during Bears games. I know you will be cheering them on in heaven!
 

John & Amanda Twait posted on 7/24/18
We are very sorry for your loss, your family is in our thoughts and prayers
 

gil and rita rios posted on 7/23/18
Gil and I have known the Bakel family for many years. We were very sad to hear of Joyce's passing. We are keeping the Bakel family in our hearts. God bless you all. Rita Rios
 

Mike Malak posted on 7/23/18
Although I know that no words can ease the loss you feel,just know that you are in my thought's and prayer's
 

Paige Bennish posted on 7/22/18
My deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. May God give you the peace that you seek
 

Brad and Lin Pekoc posted on 7/22/18
We are so saddened by the loss of our dear friend Mike. Our deepest sympathies to all of his family. He will be dearly missed.
 

Cindy Barron posted on 7/22/18
I'm soooo sorry and sad to hear this ... Michael will be missed. He was a wonderful ,caring ,silly , one of a kind , friend , father ,son , brother , grandpa ...I'm so sad I never got to say good-bye. My thoughts and prayers are with all of your family
 

SHARON SHEPARD posted on 7/22/18
Dear Karen and Don, I'm so sorry for you loss. My heart and prayers are with you. Sharon Shepard
 

Tom & Donna Pelletier posted on 7/21/18
Please accept my deepest condolences for your family's loss.
 

Steven Arch Jr posted on 7/20/18
Condolences to the family, you are in my thoughts and prayers, may god bless you through this time.
 

Kathy Still posted on 7/20/18
I will miss you Ms. Battle - Remembering the trips to the river, bowling, lunches, talks and trips to Las Vegas. Blessed to have been your friend.
 

clifford oleson posted on 7/20/18
So sorry for your loss. Saying prayers for your family. Sean was my foreman at cat.
 

Janet Marzuki posted on 7/19/18
So sorry. Will miss Bettye at our high school monthly lunch. She was a regular from the start and will certainly be missed.
 

Linda Kendall posted on 7/18/18
I just heard the terrible news yesterday. As a friend, it hurt me deeply. I will miss Bettye. My condolences to the family. I know how much you loved her.
 

 
Dr Frances A May posted on 7/17/18
I did not know you personally, but you were a wonderful influence on young people from what I understand. My parents were both teachers in Chicago so I understand the life commitment you made to future generations. You were loved by many and respected by all.
 

Brandon Carlson posted on 7/17/18
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
 

Michael McAndrew posted on 7/17/18
We were deeply saddened to hear of Joyce's passing. Our sincere sympathy to John and all the Family. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. May her soul rest in peace. Margaret and Michael McAndrew and Family
 

Margaret McAndrew posted on 7/17/18
Our sincere sympathy to all the Bakel We were deeply saddened to hear of Joyce's passing. Our sincere sympathy to John and all the Family. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. May Joyce's soul rest in peace. Margaret and Michael McAndrew and Family
 

Mike and Sandy Anderson posted on 7/17/18
We are so sorry for your loss. Bettye was like a part of our family. We always enjoyed spending time with her. Another great one gone. She will be missed.
 

Cathy Mason posted on 7/17/18
I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Georgia Scoggin posted on 7/17/18
So sorry.to hear of your mother's passing. We had many hours of playing bridge together. I'll be praying for God's comfort for all of you.
 

Kathy Arendt posted on 7/17/18
Bettye was a good friend and always there for you. When we moved to Southern Illinois we would call and feel like we had never left our little poker group. She always put us up in her home when we did come up to play poker. I will miss you, Bettye and never forget you, my friend. Love from Kathy Arendt,
 

Blaine L Arendt posted on 7/17/18
Going to miss the Poker Queen calling me a DICKWEED across the table and getting me drunk at the Blue Boar. One of the greatest friends you could have and will be missed by many, many friends! Love her and miss her.
 

 
Gary and Michele McGinn posted on 7/17/18
OUR SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO DARIN AND EILEEN BAKEL AND THE ENTIRE BAKEL FAMILY. WE ARE VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. AS WE WENT THROUGH THIS A YEAR AGO WITH A PARENT, NO WORDS CAN EASE THE PAIN, BUT AS YOU KNOW, YOUR MOM IS NOT SUFFERING, SHE IS AT PEACE, AND IS NOW YOUR GUARDIAN ANGEL. WE HOPE YOU FIND SOME COMFORT KNOWING THAT YOUR MOM IS IN HEAVEN. GOD BLESS YOU ALL.
 

Michelle Olsen posted on 7/16/18
Sending love and prayers to the Bakel family. Joyce was always so kind when our paths crossed at family events. May she rest in peace.
 

jeffrey w cook posted on 7/15/18
So sorry to hear about Glen's passing. Have your family in my thoughts.
 

Karen Hyink Cundiff posted on 7/15/18
Uncle Darryl was a very kind man. Whenever our family visited, he was always in the best of spirits; greeting us with a big hug and that distinctive laugh of his. The story I want to tell of him might seem minute or insignificant, even silly. But as a shy, insecure child, his small act of kindness made me feel like a million bucks! When I was 7, my family came for a visit. It was easy to talk to Uncle Darryl, so I confided in him that I couldn't tie my shoe laces and had to wear velcro shoes--a fact I was very embarrassed of. Uncle Darryl took off his shoe and taught me the "bunny-ear method". He patiently looked over my shoulder as I attempted over and over again to perfect my 2 loops of bunny-ears--all the while giving me encouragement, advice and helping me untie knots during failed attempts. Uncle Darryl stuck by my side for what seemed like hours of practice, to a small kid. Until ultimately, I finally mastered the art of shoe-lace tying, and could now graduate to "big kid footwear". I ran over and excitedly proclaimed to my siblings, parents, grandparents..anyone who would listen, that I, Karen Hyink, could now tie my shoes! It was all due to Uncle Darryl and it meant the world to me! Even now, 33 years later, I still use Uncle Darryl's "bunny-ear method" and very distinctly remember the kind, patient, uncle who took the time to teach his niece something as simple as tying her shoes.
 

Wilma Richardson posted on 7/12/18
I met Kevin at least 15 years ago, he and his friend, mine too, Ken Bebe would come in where I worked and spend 3 1/2 hours a day with me lol. loved them guys something crazy like. I will miss seeing him but know he's better then before, I send my love and prayers to his wonderful wife Rhonda and his Amazing kind hearted Daughter Amber, I love you guys way beyond this earth, May you find peace in knowing he's in good hands. your friend till the end Wilma Richardson
 

Ron and Bonnie Miller posted on 7/11/18
Our sympathy to you, Joyce and all of your family for your recent loss. Les was a great man and well liked by all who knew him at Idle Hour Lanes! Sorry to learn of his passing late, but you are in our thoughts and prayers.
 

 
Cindy (Mottin) Kelly posted on 7/9/18
Uncle Les was larger than life. A quiet man, with a commanding presence, he always had a wonderful smile. I remember him at our family reunions, he was there just about every year, always faithful. Uncle Les was part of the Massa tradition of family and fellowship. Godspeed, Uncle Les.
 

Walter Austin posted on 7/7/18
Our condolences to all the family and please know that we are with you in spirit during this difficult time. We are so glad we had the opportunity to spend some time with Mary Kay last fall. She was such a delightful lady and will be missed by many. Our love and blessings. Wally & Judy Cousins from Tucson
 

 
Mary Hayden posted on 7/7/18
Deepest sympathy to Mary Kay's family . Very talented beautician and her favorite subject was to talk about was Harvey. Harvey, children and grandchildren, May the memoires of her love and that beautify smile, be forever in your heart. Praying that God will be in your hearts and Jesus wrap his arms around each one of you. Blessings, Mary Hayden
 

Charles W. Halbesma Jr. posted on 7/6/18
Sorry for your loss. May GOD Bless and keep you.
 

 
Deb Barry posted on 7/6/18
Joe and I are very sorry for your loss. We know how hard it is to lose a parent. Our prayers are with you.
 

Jan Storey posted on 7/6/18
Diane, i got your message on Thursday afternoon. Our kids are up from SC and we were all up to Jeryl’s for the holiday. Please know how saddened I am about your moms passing. We certainly shared many years and memories. I know you have taken care of her for many years , so I know how hard this is for you. I doesn’t matter how old we get when we lose mom is a very deep loss. I hope she and mom can catch up in heaven and their hair is forever beautiful! You have my deepest sympathy my friend. Jan
 

Karla and Brent Tildahl posted on 7/5/18
We send our deepest sympathy to Harvey, Barb, Ron and all the rest of the family. What a great loss for all of you. May God comfort you in your sorrow but may you also find joy in all the wonderful memories you have of her. Brent and Karla Tildahl
 

Michael Biever posted on 7/5/18
Tim and I are just 2-days apart. My birthday 2/19/59; Tim's 2/21/59. Ironically, his mom and my dad went to school together. We were friends through our time at Oswego High School. We played a lot of hockey together. I remember when Tim lived on Hubbard and I lived on Pueblo in "Boulder Hill" and we would spend all day playing hockey on a cold Saturday afternoon when school was out. When Tim lived with his family in Oswego, we lived in Oswego too. Really sorry to hear this news.
 

Peter Pett posted on 7/5/18
So sorry for your loss Harvey & family. Our thoughts are with you. Your "60" Classmate, Peter Pett
 

David Edwards posted on 7/5/18
Chuck, Rich, & Diane: So sorry to hear of Aunt Frances's passing. She was a great lady & a few weeks ago I was thinking of her & wondering how she was doing. My deepest condolences to you & your families! Cherish the great memories of her. Sorry I didn't find out about things sooner & been able to make plans to be there tonight or tomorrow; but you all are in my prayers & I miss you & wish you the best! Cousin Dave
 

Lana Uplinger posted on 7/5/18
So sorry for your loss.
 

ChuckChuck and Susan Timm posted on 7/5/18
So sorry for your family's loss. Regardless of Jim being your brother, uncle, cousin, or friend, a sudden loss is always shocking. May God help you all to recall fond memories of time well spent together, which will help to give you all a sense of peace and comfort at this most difficult of times.
 

Terri Greenwood posted on 7/5/18
The days of our childhood have passed however, the memories of my cousins will live in my heart for the rest of my life. I remember the days of cutting through the fence when our backyards ran together and the times I would babysit (even though I am only a few years older)! No matter your age you were always Timmy to me. The family reunions, the visits to Grandma's, Aunt Margie and Aunt Mary's. Your mischievous smile, chuckle and ways will be missed by many. I know your arrival to heaven was a celebration. I am so sad you are gone but so joyful you are with Jesus, your Mom and Dad and other family members. You now have the peace and serenity you so much deserve. Dance with the angels and watch over all of us here until we are together again. Love you Timmy! Your Cousin Terri
 

 
Lora Bouda posted on 7/4/18
Mary Kay had a great sense of humor and infectious laugh. I will miss the twinkle in her eye. I feel blessed to have know you.
 

John h warfield and Carolyn posted on 7/4/18
We are so sorry to hear of Mary Kay passing and extend our sympathy to her family. She was a fun friend and classmate. May God bless her in heaven.
 

John M Dennin posted on 7/3/18
The first time that I met Tim was at the end of May in 1978. We were going to Oswego High Schools Senior skip day to hang out with his brother Jeff, Tim said to follow him that he knew how to get to Cear Lake where the Senior Class was. There was only one problem Tim and Craig Olsen proceeded to take us to the wrong Ceadar Lake. We drove around the lake several times never finding anyone from Oswego. It was later that evening that we found out we should have been in Illinois not Indiana! We still had a great day and laughed about it for many years. That is just one of the many fond memories that I have of time spent with Tim. Rest In Peace old friend I will always remember all the good times we had.
 

Pam Mc Connell posted on 7/3/18
Sincere condolences on the loss of your father, Megan and Brett, and the loss of a grandpa, brother, son-in-law, uncle, and friend to all that will miss memories of days spent where there were smiles. Our hearts goe out to you all. Love you. Pam and Rusty
 

Pat Johnsen posted on 7/2/18
I and my family express our deepest sympathy to all of the Linden family. We have been longtime friends through hockey and camping. Tim was too young to pass from this world.
 

Lisa Hager-Wilcox posted on 7/2/18
I am so sorry to hear of his passing. May you all find peace during this difficult time...
 

Pamela Lacey posted on 7/2/18
So very sorry to hear of Mike's passing. We grew up with him & parents were friends for many years. Prayers sent to all of you. Pam Lacey ( nee Koon) & Sandy Bradford( nee Koon)
 

Nancy Kyler posted on 6/29/18
condolences to Jen's family & friends with love from Scottsdale, AZ RIP sweet girl.
 

Allyn Ramker posted on 6/29/18
Was saddened to hear of Denny’s passing. Will remember him as a man of integrity with a deep love for Myrna and kids. He will be missed. Thought are with Myrna and kids. Allyn Ramker
 

Donna Kendall posted on 6/28/18
Sorry for your loss Amanda you and your family are in our hearts and prayers love you so much. Wush we could be there for you but you are in our thoughts and prayers
 

Annie posted on 6/28/18
I'll always remember that great smile and laughter. RIP Hen
 

 
Kelly Lancaster posted on 6/28/18
Your smile was contagious. You were a kind soul with a big heart. You will truly be missed by many.. My condolences
 

Jennie Wierzba posted on 6/26/18
Just found out. Rest in peace Tom. Jennie
 

Dennis Gillund posted on 6/26/18
I am shocked and saddened to learn of Tom's passing. He was a genuinely warm and funny friend and co-worker. Rest in peace...
 

Joe Diedrich posted on 6/26/18
So sad. Just found out of Tom's passing on Sunday. I also enjoyed working with him at F & W Media, as well as enjoying conversations about everything. Aspirus Riverview Hospital did a beautiful video of Tom's battle w/ cancer & all they did for him. He got to throw out the first pitch in 2017 at a game of his hometown Wisconsin Rapids Rafters baseball team. We enjoyed seeing musician Tuck Pence in Rapids & Nekoosa as well. Put in a good word for all of us still down here, my friend.
 

Missy Beyer posted on 6/26/18
Tom was a great guy. We worked together back in the day and he was always able to make me laugh. Never a day went by that he wasn't talking about his girls. Rest in peace Tom.
 

 
Laura Clark posted on 6/25/18
My heart goes out to Walt's family. I'm sure he & Doug are talking shop & collecting whatever they can find in that big auction in the sky.
 

Jane Wolf posted on 6/24/18
I so enjoyed talking and laughing with your mom and mine while she was at Autumn Leaves. We all missed her when she left. So sorry for your loss.
 

Ron Day posted on 6/24/18
All I can say is WOW. Been a country fan all my life. Look for people THAT ARE NOT MAIN STREAM COUNTRY. Sorry I didn't find him sooner. Real Country had a tremendous loss, I wish I could tell him thanks. Ron
 

Gus and Doreene Knight posted on 6/23/18
Carol - We were so sorry to hear of Glen's passing. Ronnie and Glen stopped by awhile back. I could see them outside laughing and having a good visit. So glad they had that brief time together. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Take care
 

 
Jacquie posted on 6/23/18
Tom was a wonderful friend. We worked on Antique magazines. Talked On monday nights we called Antique Roadshow our Game show. We always tried to out guess the prices. I talked to him alot about his girls. he loved them so much. Jacquie Morton
 

Elizabeth HIpfel posted on 6/23/18
Dear Uncle Walt, It is so hard to believe you have left the earth. You are one of those people who will live in memories for a very long time. I only have happy mental pictures of you. I loved the way you could tease people; at that, you were the best of the bunch! You always made fun of the way I said "water," always saying it as "wdder" when I was around. You knew no strangers. Once you took Steve and me to the restaurant in downtown Waterman. Every person who came in that door and that day was a busy day, saw you and came over to talk with you. I was envious of your popularity. I am very glad you were on this earth. You helped a lot of people and made the world "funner." Enjoy the family reunion. They are all there and now there is endless time to discuss the gold standard! I loved you deeply.
 

 
BUCK AND PAT HORNYAN posted on 6/22/18
a friend who will be greatly missed. had many a great times together at work, the union and golfing. prayers go out to Eleanor and family. love pat and buck
 

Melody Knight posted on 6/22/18
My deepest sympathy to his family. We became 'friends' on Facebook, and his funny Facebook posts often made me laugh. I looked forward to seeing them. I didn't realize that we were members of the same union, CWA, and we'd both been officers in our Locals. A good guy!
 

Kent & Sharon Flora posted on 6/21/18
Sharon and I were remarking just a couple of days ago that we Had not heard from Glen lately. We were both shocked And saddened to hear of his untimely passing. Glen was Such a character and it was always interesting and fun to hear what was on his mind. We will miss him. Our prayers and thoughts are with his family during this sad time.
 

Tammy Craddock posted on 6/21/18
Carol, so sorry to learn of Glen’s death. He was one of a kind!
 

Ann Anderson posted on 6/21/18
I am so sorry to hear this - when my daughter, Jessie was diagnosed with Leukemia and I needed to still work, Glen went to bat for me and got the Union to make a nice donation to help with expenses. There will always be a special place in my heart for Glen - RIP Glen I know you will be missed by many. Prayers for you Carol & family
 

Deb Punke posted on 6/21/18
So so sorry for your loss. If you need anything, don’t hesitate to ask.
 

 
Suzanne zumwalt posted on 6/21/18
My buddy I will miss this world won,t be the same without him
 

Janet Morsch posted on 6/21/18
Glenn lived on a cliff and for some reason, I kept calling him Cliff by mistake. He always let me get away with it and we laughed about it. We would talk about the morel mushroom update and any random subject. Such an easy person to strike conversations with! He will be missed. Glenn Park lost a great soul.
 

 
Daniel vanOosten posted on 6/21/18
God love you, Iron Mike. You will be greatly missed, good friend.
 

 
Daniel van Oosten posted on 6/21/18
God love you, Iron Mike. You will be missed in many ways. Dan and Nancy
 

Juanita Dunlap posted on 6/20/18
I have known the Engels family for many years. We have shared meals that became a smorgasbord of our various ethnic backgrounds. I remember "Dan" to be a quiet gentleman. He will be missed.
 

Cheryl posted on 6/20/18
My heart goes out to the family! When a loved one dies unexpectedly, it is extremely difficult, because death at any age is too soon! God knows the pain we experience when we lose our dear loved ones. He even views death as an enemy! (1 Corinthians 15:26). God will soon eliminate this enemy, and no one will have to deal with the pain it brings. May this hope bring the family comfort during this difficult time. Click on the link for more comforting thoughts: http://www.jw.org/en/publications/books/dead-live-again-tract/
 

Cheryl posted on 6/20/18
My heart goes out to the family! God knows the pain we experience when we lose our dear loved ones. He even views death as an enemy! (1 Corinthians 15:26) God will soon eliminate this enemy, and no one will have to deal with the pain it brings. May this hope bring the family comfort during this difficult time. Click on the link for more comforting thoughts: http://www.jw.org/en/publications/books/dead-live-again-tract/
 

Cindy Felix posted on 6/18/18
I worked with Millie at Yorkville National for many years! I remember her as a dear friend and fun co worker! She always had a smile and was always dressed so neat and beautiful! I’m sorry she had so much difficulty in the last several years! I’m glad she is at rest and peace now, though I know how much she will be missed by her family and friends! My deepest sympathy to her wonderful family! Sincerely, Cindy Felix
 

cindy vana posted on 6/16/18
I thank God for having Elayne in my life.We were friends for years and had so many good times together. Our group of ladies went on many trips together and got together for birthdays , dinners, and many nights of games and cards. We all will miss her great sense of humor and how she loved and cared for all the people in her life. She will be deeply missed by all. My deepest sympathy to Elaynes family. May God comfort you in the days ahead.
 

Colleen Bohr Medernach posted on 6/15/18
I will always remember the family gatherings at Uncle Bob and Aunt Millie's house in Earlville. Aunt Millie was such a caring and loving lady. While she will be missed by many, she will join Uncle Bob. I am so sorry I will miss the services; however, I wanted Carol and Cindy and Cathy to know they are all in my prayers.
 

Terri DuFore posted on 6/14/18
Tom was such a great guy. I always looked forward to his visits to UW Madison. When he visited David Hovde and the Lake Geneva boys he was the life of the party...quite a feat in that crowd! What I remember most though was his kindness and big heart.
 

Mindy and Kelsey Page posted on 6/14/18
Dear Ila and Dave, Our hearts and prayers are with you all and we wish we could be there for the funeral. As we all know, Karen was the sweetest, most lovable cousin we could ever ask for. I have many precious memories of when we were kids, of her loving nature and the heartfelt hugs we shared, the way she loves Jesus, and so much more. We are so happy to know that she is in heaven now and resting in the arms of her loving Savior. We send our love and hugs and hope to be able to come visit soon. Love Mindy and Kelsey
 

Carole Aarstad Schendel posted on 6/14/18
Elayne was one of my best friends in Elementary School in Viroqua. (The "A" and "B" people always sat in front of the room.) I was so sad when she moved to La Crosse before Junior High. Elayne was so much fun and a real friend. As you can see, neither of us were satisfied with being just Carol or Elaine. Those "e's" and "y's" do help. It's so nice to learn that she had such a good and productive life, but I'm hardly surprised by that. I'm sure she is missed by all who knew her. Carole Elaine Aarstad Schendel
 

Carol Hanson posted on 6/14/18
My deepest sympathy to Elayne's family. She touched so many lives. Her winning smile warmed everyone's hearts. And how can I every forget those delicious chocolate chip cookies she would bring to the dental office at Christmas! May the love of family and friends bring much comfort in the days ahead and I know your memories will be cherished.
 

Pat McVeigh posted on 6/13/18
I was sorry to hear this.
 

Sandy Dunkerley posted on 6/13/18
I will always remember Millie as a very caring Mom to Cathy & made sure she was well taken care of by her caregivers. Rest In Peace, Millie
 

 
John and Pam posted on 6/13/18
Thinking of ypu during this sad time. Love, John amd Pam
 

 
Aunt Charlene posted on 6/13/18
Heaven received another beautiful Angel. Love, Aunt Charlene
 

Aunt Charlene posted on 6/12/18
Heaven has another beautiful Angel.
 

Jeff Ray posted on 6/12/18
Steve and Mike, I'm so sorry for your loss. Your mom was a great friend and neighbor. I have so many great memories of you all. God bless...
 

Troy Perkins posted on 6/12/18
It is difficult to embrace the fact that she is gone. I will have lasting memories of visiting her and talking with her. She was smart, intelligent and endlessly witty. Though her body slowly declined, her mind was sharp and alert whenever I was with her. I will miss your engaging personality Betty and especially the lasting friend you became to me. Yorkville just became a little less sweeter. You live on in my memories.
 

Jackie Ruefer-Albee posted on 6/11/18
I always enjoyed with Darlene, especially at Thanksgiving. She always interested in listening. She also loved her sons and grandchildren.
 

 
Debbie posted on 6/10/18
You will always be in my heart. Love you.
 

Kenn Mandle posted on 6/10/18
I am saddened by the passing of Darlene. She has been a great friend, especially to my wife Lou for many years. She was a very strong woman who raised 2 great sons. She will be missed by everyone who knew her and her smiling face. My condolences to Steve & Mike.
 

Donna Womack posted on 6/10/18
I got to know Darlene through our kids who were the same age and in the same class at school. We also played cards once a month with several of the women in Darlene's neighborhood. We had such a good time at those monthly get-togethers. During that time, I talked her into applying for a job in the same legal department I worked in at Mooseheart.. She got the job and stayed working there for several more years. She was a wonderful friend to all and would do anything to help out. She will be missed by all whose lives she touched. My condolences to Steve and Mike and their families.
 

Rick & Terri Torres posted on 6/10/18
You will be missed Aunt Darlene!
 

 
Rick & Terri Torres posted on 6/10/18
 

Edward J. Tymick posted on 6/10/18
Dear Jeff & Family, I am very sorry for your loss and will be keeping you in my prayers as you navigate this sad time. Warm Regards, Ed Tymick
 

Donna Womack posted on 6/10/18
I knew Darlene from living in Yorkville at the same time and having kids in school together. We played cards once a month with several other ladies from Darlene's neighborhood and then I talked her into applying for a job that was posted in the same office I worked for at Mooseheart in the Legal Department. There was no one who could make people laugh more and enjoy life and what it brought to each of us then Darlene could. Over the last several years our lives went in different directions, but never lost the wonderful memories of our years together. I know she will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her. My thoughts are with Steve, Mike and their families.
 

Lu Ann Stefek posted on 6/10/18
Knew Darlene for many years working with her at Moose International. We always shared many laughs and good times. She will be missed by many. My heartfelt sympathy to her family.
 

Stacy Herrmann posted on 6/9/18
Darlene and I worked together for many years at Moose International. I will always treasure the time we had together talking, laughing and arguing about whether OJ did it or not. She was so very proud of her family, don’t ever forget that. All of us who knew her were blessed. Love to all of you at this sad and difficult time. Just know she will be in our hearts forever. Stacy Herrmann
 

Frank Hammelman posted on 6/9/18
I remember John as a dedicated father to each of his children as they started their studies in music. He was a strong supporter through their high school years, and he served as Music Booster President. I will miss seeing him at this year’s fourth of July parade and concert supporting his children and grandchildren as usual. Gini and I extend our deepest sympathy.
 

Reeve & Val posted on 6/9/18
Our deepest sympathies go to the Dohogne family. We're praying for your family during this very sad time, May God grant you comfort and peace 2 Cor. 1:3,4
 

Luke Petit posted on 6/8/18
John helped me whenever he could when I as a young upstart auto tech.... he helped me when others would not, and not because we were related, but because he was a genuine " nice guy" and a true gentleman ! Extremely smart , a loving father and husband.... he always had something about his family to talk to me about while I worked on their cars... you taught me so much cuz..... You will really be missed.... thanks for everything Johnny..... Luke & Sue Petit
 

Erich Hagenlocher posted on 6/8/18
I was sorry to hear of Ron's passing. I always enjoyed visiting with Ron while he resided @ Skyrise.Apts in Rockford. We always had humorous discussions (regularly on Wednesday afternoons) and he was so appreciative of anything I could help him with. He would tell me about his lunches with Butch (a real joy favorite topic) and how he was grateful to Mary and Butch for all their love and concern. He will be missed by those his life has touched.
 

 
Pammela Boomer posted on 6/7/18
Sooo very sorry 4 your loss. I met Asher when he was just 13yrs.old.Asher went 2 Plano M.S.w/my Daughter,Amanda.They became Very good friends,& he hung out at our house often.He has always been one of my "favorites".☺ I looked at Asher like a Son.He was ALWAYS soo considerate,caring,soooo polite,and a great friend 2 Mandie & all of the others they hung out with.Have not seen him in a long time,but he will def.be missed!! God Bless your family. Pamm & family
 

Doris and Jim Carpenter posted on 6/7/18
We learned of John's passing on our email this AM. Delores. Linda and all the family, our hearts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. He was a delightful and friendly person and we are happy our paths have crossed. Doris and Jim Carpenter
 

Bob and Sandra Whiteis posted on 6/6/18
So sorry to hear of your loss. John was a very nice man who loved his s family very much. He will be missed. May your memories of him console you now and always.
 

 
Shawna Stepp posted on 6/6/18
I’m sorry for the loss that all those that had the pleasure to know Asher are feeling. Espically being he was taken at still such a young age. Keep you heads up high and remember him for how he wanted you to remember him.
 

 
Sandy Newtoff posted on 6/6/18
My heart goes out to the Lies Family. Take comfort in knowing that he will never truly be gone from your lives. His memory and all the joy he brought to others will help to sustain you in your times of sorrow. May God bless you and keep you and welcome your beloved father with open arms.
 

~Marilyn (Harvey) Dalton posted on 6/6/18
Sending my condolences to Delores and the Lies Family. John was a wonderful next door neighbor to my parents and myself for many years. May your wonderful memories bring you peace.
 

Carol Hanson posted on 6/6/18
My deepest sympathy to all the Lies family. John touched so many lives and those memories will forever be cherished. His smile and laugh lit up a room! May family and friends hold all of you in their thoughts and prayers in the days to come. God bless all of you. Carol Hanson
 

Deb Bell posted on 6/6/18
Jeff, I am sorry for the loss of your father. I hope your family finds peace and comfort at this time. My deepest sympathies. Deb Bell
 

 
Paula Nichols posted on 6/5/18
Tammy and family, I'm so very sorry for your loss. Having to give one back is not a club I enjoy. But I know God has our kids with him and we will be with them again. My 2 boys knew Asher, Justin and Jeff Nichols, my husband and I had to give Justin back 3 years ago, but I know God has him and I pray for our boys. I also pray for your family. Paula (Porter) and Mike Nichols and Jeff and Amanda Nichols
 

Lisa Steinwart posted on 6/5/18
To the family of Sue, I am so very sorry for this terrible loss. You are all in my prayers. I understand this loss and I hate that you all have to go through this. May God be with you in your loss. Eternal life is in Him, and this life gives light to all mankind (John 1:4)
 

David Hill posted on 6/4/18
We feel your grief on the passing of Asher much too soon. Loss of a child is hard no matter the circumstance. Cathy and I join our son Jason Hill in mourning Asher.
 

Donald & Norma Jean Crossett posted on 6/4/18
We were proud to have known him. He enriched out lives.
 

Felicia D posted on 6/4/18
Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your beloved wife, mother, and daughter Susan. No words could ever convey the pain of your hearts, but our loving Creator and Heavenly Father does know. He has promised that very soon this enemy, death, and all the things that bring our hearts pain will be a distant memory-Hosea 13:14. Until then please find comfort in knowing that "He (God) is close to the broken hearted and those crushed in spirit He saves"-Psalm 34:18. It is my hope that these passages along with your loving memories of Susan, comfort your hearts and give you a measure of peace during this most difficult time.
 

Marge & Tom Dreksler posted on 6/3/18
Our Condolences to the Family. Although we could not attend, we wanted to let you know you were all in our Thoughts and Heart. Hold onto the wonderful Memories, I am sure you all have a lot of them. They are what will help you to Celebrate Leroy's Life. We have so many Fond Memories of Leroy, as our Neighbor. Leroy always made sure Audrey would bring down Fresh Vegetables from his Garden, his garden was so precious to him. We would see him out there every spring, cultivating and getting ready to plant. And all the past winters, when Leroy would see me trying to hand shovel my driveway and sidewalk, he Always came to me rescue and would help by plowing out the front sidewalk. I remember our coffee Time sitting on the front porch, although we did not get to as often as we would like. It was very special and a loving memory I have. Rest in Peace now our wonderful neighbor, and may all the Angels bring into Gods wonderful care!
 

Darlene Mc posted on 6/3/18
Your family are in my prayers Charlie and Tammy. Gonna miss him coming out to hunt and chop wood in the timber with Charlie and Malachi. Just doesn't seem real. Love and prayers, Darlene
 

Dan and Patti Musialek posted on 6/3/18
We are so shocked to hear of your loss. Please know you will be in our prayers this week and assured we will ne mourning with you
 

 
Kim Jacobs posted on 6/2/18
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of LeRoy Way. I remember how he enjoyed moving his rock around to make myself and others wonder "how did he do that?" He had a great sense of humor and would help anyone if they asked him. He will be missed <3
 

 
Maria Sanchez posted on 6/2/18
Eddie was very protective back when we were younger We must have been 19 or 18 and I had my own apartment. I lived alone and he wanted to make sure I was safe so he taught me some moves to is just in case I got in trouble. He was such a jokester and would hate when I picked on him for being so short. Lol but he was a great friend. Till this day I can't watch Brave heart with out thinking about how much he loved that movie. I'm sorry we lost touch you were a great friend and you will always have a place in my heart. My condolences to his wife and all his children.
 

Maria Sanchez posted on 6/2/18
First I would like to say I am truly sorry for your loss. I continue to pray for Kirsten and all of his children. It has been about 16 years since I had last spoken to him. I married and moved to Florida and just lost touch. I constantly looked for him on social media and had no luck. He and I was very close for a couple of years. One of my favorite memories was sneeking Burger King sandwiches into the theater to go watch Titanic for the 10th time. Or him making me watch Brave heart because as he used to say that was the best movie ever. Talking in my car for hours about what we thought our future would be. I am glad to hear he had a good life with lots of love. I do wish I could of found him before. I will continue to pray for all those who loved and continue to love him. As long as he is remembered he will continue to live in our hearts.
 

Roger Young posted on 6/2/18
My condolences to all of Leroy's great family. I remember him as a mentor and teacher. He would often share with us of his many skills. We would play basketball together at the Sharon gym often with us kids and because of him, I rode my first , and last, snowmobile in our hay field in Sharon. I remember going to his softball games and watching him play. He was also a model for doing sit-ups and staying in shape. I remember him coming over and flying model airplanes with my brother Don. When I played football for Bigfoot, he would often come to our games and was usually always encouraging. I really have very fond memories of him and his great family. Thank you for always taking the time Leroy to know us and to share your many skills. You will be missed by many you touched.....
 

Peggie Oefelein posted on 6/1/18
Guy was a good man. I am so sorry Marci for your loss. I will always remember how kind he was. He had such a big heart.
 

E Olivera posted on 6/1/18
Eddie was my brother’s close friend in high school. I have nothing but positive things to say and remember him by. I would like to send my best wishes and prayers to all his loved ones.
 

Michelle Lassin posted on 6/1/18
My heart goes out for Asher's family and friends. Ashley I'm so sorry for your loss, & pain. I can't imagine what your going thru. Just know Asher is always with you. Love you.
 

Bob Rauland posted on 6/1/18
Rest in peace, brother.
 

Floyd and Barb McPherson posted on 6/1/18
We are so sorry for your loss. He was an acquaintance who became a great friend. We are going to miss "So, did I tell you the one about . . . ."
 

Carmen Salerno posted on 6/1/18
Hearing of your tragic lost is so unreal to hear. My thoughts and prayers go out to you all with much love...
 

AURORA PINEDA posted on 6/1/18
My deepest sympathy to Kerstin, all of Edward and Kerstin children and all the families affected by Edward Raul passing. I will cherish all fond memories I have of Edward Raul my little cousin.
 

Mike Larson posted on 6/1/18
Joyce and I went to Valerie's home several times for party get-togethers...It was fun to be with and talk to Valerie. I think the house was on Lake Ct. in Oswego, not far from where Tom and Brenda's home is located.. I know it was a long time ago, but I still miss those happy days. Valerie is a person I will always fondly remember. God Bless Her.
 

ALBERTO OLIVERA JR posted on 5/31/18
I am at a loss for words. I was reflecting on our times and wondering how you were doing a few weeks ago and then got sent a text stating you passed away. I am going to miss you and pray for you. My condolence's and prayers also goes out to your mom and dad, Richard and Brenda, Kerstin, Little Eddie and the other sons and daughters you had and I was not able to meet in person. My Mom and family sends there condolences as well to your family.
 

Kathie McCarty posted on 5/31/18
So sorry for your loss. He was a great man with the best jokes.. R.I.P.
 

Frank Sommese posted on 5/31/18
Kerstin my heart is saddened by your loss and my thoughts and prayers are with you. May Eddie's soul rest in peace.
 

Ageda Valencia posted on 5/31/18
Kerstin, thinking of you and your beloved children in this difficult time. There are no words that can take the pain away but know that we have you in our prayers- that through God and the loving support of the family you find hope and comfort in this time of sorrow and pain.
 

Nancy Delware posted on 5/31/18
Sorry to hear of Guy's passing. I know how much Marci loved him.
 

Familia Costeira Campos posted on 5/30/18
Nuestro más sentido pésame para la familia.
 

Wanda Stone posted on 5/30/18
Kerstin, My Heart and Prayers go out to you and your family. May God hold you close through this difficult time. With my Deepest Sympathy.
 

Lori Keech posted on 5/30/18
Linda babysat my 2 oldest children for years and she and her family became our friends. It was typical that Linda and her husband Tom would stop by our house and take the kids for ice cream, or for a ride on the tractor! Always kind and caring and made everyone feel welcome. I'm so grateful, not only for the woman I trusted to watch my kids, but for the woman who became our friend and stayed in our lives. She always talked proudly about her family and the love she had for them. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. The Keech family--- Lori, Ken, Rachael, Michael, Brandon
 

 
Paula (Usry) Christiansen posted on 5/29/18
I am sorry for your loss
 

Rob Parks posted on 5/29/18
My deepest condolences to your family.
 

 
Angie posted on 5/28/18
A wonderful and sweet lady has gone to be with the angels
 

Chuck & Sandy Hillman posted on 5/28/18
We are sorry to hear of Denny's passing and want to offer our sympathy to Barb and his entire family. We hope you find comfort in fond memories.
 

Patti Stiegleiter posted on 5/28/18
When I think of Donn instantly his big smile comes to mind. Such a kind man. I have many memories of Christmas parties, picnics and other events ASD hosted. Cindy I am so sorry for all you both have endured. My heart says to take one day at a time and keep your eyes on Jesus. Just think, Donn and Ronnie are together in heaven in perfect peace. One day there will be a reunion in heaven..that gives me hope. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

 
Eileen & Tony posted on 5/28/18
Donn was always upbeat and always had good things to say.
 

Eileen & Tony posted on 5/28/18
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time.
 

Vince Gavin posted on 5/27/18
Sorry to hear about the passing of Denny. He was a good man. Many memories was made working for that gentleman. He will be missed.
 

RVS posted on 5/27/18
At this difficult time, our deepest condolences and thoughts are with the Ellis family. 2 Cor. 1:3,4
 

 
Rhonda Romero posted on 5/26/18
I have soany good memories...skeet shooting, laughing at your childhood stories, and most of all you calling me Rhonda Honda. Our last barbeque is a memory I will hold dear. You will be missed so very much. I know you are dancing in the sky with your beautiful wife and you are both smiling. I'm sending my love, hugs and kisses to you both in Heaven. Until we meet again......
 

Ken Corbin posted on 5/26/18
I will always remember Donn as a great guy that took his job serious, but always had time for a smile and a laugh. Because Donn spent most of his time at the treatment plant, I didn't get much of a chance to know him like so many of the other guys, but I have many happy memories of he and Cindy at all of the District parties and functions. I'm deeply saddened and so very sorry for your loss Cindy and family. Know that my thoughts and prayers will be with you all. May God Bless you and give you peace and comfort during this difficult time. Ken Corbin
 

Joanie (Bollweg) Baczynski posted on 5/26/18
It is with a sad heart that I heard of the passing of Aunt Valerie. I have fond memories of her at the many gatherings at Grandma & Grandpa Pickert's home in Aurora and later at what ever hall would accommodate all of us. May the knowledge that you are in our thoughts and prayers, as well as so many others, comfort you in this time of sorrow. Joanie (Bollweg) & Walt Baczynski
 

RVS posted on 5/26/18
We're so sorry to hear about the loss of Dennis. Our prayers are with the Baie family during this time of grief. John 5:28,29
 

Diana Buzek posted on 5/25/18
Donn, how many times I called to talk to Cindy, you answered the phone, and talked to me for 45 mins, and only then you told me Cindy wasn't home! I got a 2-for-one friend deal with you! I will miss our talks. Peace, my friend.
 

John Odean posted on 5/25/18
I worked with Donn (Double Nickel) many years. Honest and loyal as they come. We joked and laughed together. I spent an evening playing darts and drinking beers with him at the Weinkeller and just enjoyed my time with him, a favorite memory of a friend just relaxing with me. I raise my glass to you. Cindy, my prayers are with you as you grieve. I pray for your healing. Donn is without pain now. He will be in Heaven waiting patiently. God Bless
 

Patrick Finley posted on 5/25/18
Denny and I were neighbors since our childhood. We used to cobble things together, both of us had go karts. Never forget the track we had in back of his house, we would race each other till it got so dusty we had to stop for lack of vision. I would then go home and catch hell from my mom for making a mess of the shower... Great memories.
 

Kelly Tadie posted on 5/25/18
Many of my childhood memories revolve around you and Denny at your service station/restaurant. You taught us responsibility and dependability and gave us that chance. I will remember his smile and sideburns! My condolences to you, Barb, Cindy and family. Kelly (Flodstrom) Tadie
 

Fran Webb posted on 5/24/18
Our deepest condolences to Lois and Rex’s family. He had a great sense of humor and will be missed. Fran and Paul Webb
 

Howard Kayzar posted on 5/23/18
Always enjoyed visiting with you at tractor pulls and watching You in action.
 

Corey Noord posted on 5/23/18
Barb, I am very sad to hear of your loss. I always enjoyed visiting with Denny at the tractor pulls and will never forget the memories of stopping back at your restaurant after the Dupage county pulls.
 

J. Etienne posted on 5/23/18
My heartfelt condolences to the family on the passing of beloved Valerie Pickert. May you be comforted and strengthened as you face this challenging moment. The words of comfort found at Isaiah 41: 10, 13 will help soften the pain and to let you know that you are not alone.
 

jeff peper posted on 5/23/18
......I'am sure glad that my uncle denny and aunt barb came to visit me in Minnesota a few month's ago. I was able to hug uncle denny and told him I loved him. I'm really going to miss him.......''by golly''
 

 
Gary Beck posted on 5/23/18
My memory of our childhood together is great. Rest In Peace Denny
 

Steve & Deb Budach posted on 5/22/18
She was such a vibrant and beautiful lady. We are so sorry for your loss. Sending thoughts and prayers.
 

Diana Cornelissen, SEFD Trustee posted on 5/22/18
May your family remember her life which will continue to enrich your lives.
 

Elizabeth Peidlow Curtis posted on 5/22/18
I am so sad to hear of the loss of Jeremy. He was a nice guy and so funny. He will be missed my many. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.
 

Deb Budach posted on 5/22/18
She was such a beautiful and vibrant lady. So sorry for all of you. Sending prayers! Deb & Steve Budach
 

Tricia Forbeck posted on 5/21/18
I’m so sorry for the loss of a great man! My thoughts and prayers for the whole family.
 

Sarah Ferguson posted on 5/21/18
Will miss your dad’s stories. Love you all
 

Lori Cassity aka Clark posted on 5/21/18
Mark & Michelle. I'm so sorry for your loss. Your family is in my prayers. May God give you all comfort.
 

Phyllis Lalley (peach) posted on 5/21/18
Judy was a beautiful person and had a wonderful smile. She was a great classmate in training and most times she and Frazer joined us in a Copley reunion, as Judy's health aloud. Have fond memories of these many years. Blessings to her family and know she will be missed. love, peach
 

Debbie Beall RN posted on 5/21/18
Doctor Yake was a fantastic Doctor. He was always willing to teach. As a student nurse in 1978 at St Anthony's he always respected us and was always friendly and cared so deeply for his patients. After going to work at Swedish American I saw a lot of his patients in the ICU. All three hospitals shared his excellent experience. Be proud of your dad and grandpa. .Debbie
 

Tom Borowiecki posted on 5/21/18
Grinn Family - Sincere condolences on your loss.
 

Joanne Koelling posted on 5/21/18
Judy was so special and part of our close-knit family of Copley Hospital nursing students. Enjoyed our friendship even though we didn't see each other often. She was stoic in her fight for better health and I will remember her always. Rest in peace "Mabel". I'll miss you. Joanne Koelling, Sarasota, Fl
 

 
Michael St Germain posted on 5/20/18
Thank you Jeremy for everything I will see you again in heaven!
 

Michael St Germain posted on 5/20/18
When I heard about his passing it just knocked the wind out of myself. He's that one person who lights up a room as soon as he walked in the room! Today was hard to see him knowing I will not see him again this side of heaven but we can all take comfort knowing that we will see you again! Mike "Scooter" St Germain
 

Patrick Oglesby posted on 5/19/18
It doesn’t feel right saying that you won’t be with us anymore, I remember I saw you at work every day and you’d always have smile on your face ,you’ll forever be missed.
 

 
Brooke Anderson posted on 5/19/18
Heaven gained another angel. Sorry to hear your loss Roz & family. Healing thoughts and prayers to you & your family! - Brooke
 

Terry & Stacey Appell posted on 5/19/18
A beautiful lady a blessing to all who knew her. She now rests in the arms of Jesus. God bless you Tenna.
 

Christine K Bestor posted on 5/18/18
Your friends at Aurora are sorry for your loss and are praying for you and your family. We so enjoyed caring for Faye and she will be missed. May God bring you the comfort only He provides. Chris, Dr Jacobson and staff
 

Michelle Giles posted on 5/18/18
Gosh, this sure makes me sad, Jeremy was a big part of my growing up, and we were pretty close friends. I've spoken to him a few times over facebook in recent years, and I was happy to hear of him doing well and getting his life straight. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
 

David McKinlay posted on 5/18/18
Sending out prayers to Mike and family at this time of loss. May God bless you with comfort at this difficult time.
 

Sarah Hix posted on 5/18/18
We will keep your family in our thoughts and prays, it is difficult to lose a loved one but I do hope that Jeremy and Dan have found each other and are able to reconnect. I'm never going to forget all the times while you worked at my parents restaurant and you would come downstairs and play with me (even if it was tea party or Barbies) while you had a little break or even take me out for ice cream. We loved him and will help keep his memories going.
 

Connie Adams posted on 5/18/18
This saddens me, Jeremy was a lot of fun, he was loyal to his friends and always came when he thought he was needed. We loved him!
 

 
Jennifer Rigert posted on 5/16/18
Many prayers to the Gorske Family during this time of loss.
 

Kathleen Kubica posted on 5/15/18
Debbie, R.I.P..... I NOT FORGET ALL THE GOOD TIMES WE ALL HAD GROWING UP TOGETHER.. I WILL NEVER FORGET MY GOOD FRIEND. MAY WE ALL BE TOGETHER WHEN OUR LORD TAKES US HOME... LOVE YOUR FRIEND, KATHY KUBICA, I LOVE YOU....
 

J. Etienne posted on 5/15/18
So sorry to read of the passing of beloved Mr.David G. Frye. May his smile and humor be remembered for a long time to come. As you reflect on the precious time he shared with you, the promise made at John 6: 40, when loved ones sleeping in death will be reunited with their families, bring comfort and strength to you.
 

J. Etienne posted on 5/15/18
So sorry to read of the passing of Mr. Adam Edward Bugbee. May his smile and humor be remembered for a long time to come. As you reflect on the precious time he shared with you, be comforted and strengthened by the promise made at John 6: 40 when loved ones sleeping in death will be reunited with their families.
 

Nancy Vanderputten posted on 5/15/18
So sorry for your loss of your mom. If she was anything like you she must have been a kick. Always treasure the memories
 

Robert Hopkins posted on 5/14/18
I did not know Teena, but I knew of her. I knew of her through her husband, Mike Grinn, who I am proud to view as one of my best friends. What I know of her is that she was a ray of sunshine in this sometimes murky world, and that Mike loved her like life itself. She had a tough path toward the end, but soldiered forward every step of the way. I cannot imagine how difficult it may all have been, but sometimes the brightest moments may be discovered in the darkest of times. Now she is in a better place, and one day these two precious souls will be reunited once more. Our prayers are with the family, and our love as well.
 

L. Wade posted on 5/14/18
My condolences to the family of Adam. We look forward to the time when these words at Revelation 21:4 are fulfilled: "And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” May you take comfort in this promise from our loving creator.
 

 
Mindy Hoffar posted on 5/14/18
Teena's ability to see humor in life's little things was such a gift. Her chicken stories (and turkey) could make anyone smile!!
 

Tina Konow posted on 5/13/18
Teena’s friendship goes way back to our homeschool days. Meeting at covenant Christian school our daughters became bosom friends. With their interest in books and farm animals they eventually moved out right next-door to our family. During those years we shared many recipes trying out new baked items on each other. The girls sat in the chicken coop for numerous hours reading books and talking to the chickens and ducks. It was nice to share holidays with each other and she especially loved the Christmas tea cookie exchange each year. I owe my true conviction to Christ through her. She was a great inspiration to me in my time of need when I first met her. She was able to share words with me. She never push me and she always had a smile and gentleness about her. I would not be the woman I am today without her love and compassion. I have seen her wither like a flower through these last few years but she always had that bright center about her. I will miss my dear friend greatly. And I will see her once again someday. Your sister in Christ Tina Konow
 

Laura Allen posted on 5/9/18
Pam,Brooke & Jill, My deepest sympathy for the loss of Adam. May God give you all comfort & strength during this difficult time. Keeping you all in prayer Sincerely, Laura Allen
 

 
Nan Johnson posted on 5/8/18
Pam, I have you and your family in my thoughts and Prayers.at this sad time. May God give you and the family the strength needed at this time..
 

Cristina Hernandez posted on 5/8/18
I'm very saddened about this. Adam was my front door neighbor for almost 13 years, him as well as his mom Pam. He was amazing to my kids and myself. He was a great listener, we got our precious ( Bandido) our dog from him. He loved spicy food. Every morning , afternoon and evening I will see him with his dog. No matter what was going on he wil ask me how I was doing. He was kind and to me he had a huge heart. He will be greatly missed. The mornings will not be the same by this huge loss. I will miss seeing him and our conversations. He was a very special person. We will miss you so much Adam
 

Pat and Rich Murray posted on 5/8/18
Suzanne and family....We are truly sorry for your loss. Though we hadn’t met Roger personally we feel we knew him through you. You said the kindest things about him, his character, his kindness and the fact he was a wonderful brother. We have felt your pain but know that Roger is in a better place now and is at peace. Please know our hearts are with you though miles separate us from giving you hugs and expressing our condolences the way we would like to express them. Cherish the memories of him Suz. You have been blessed to have him as your brother. Love you lots and feel for you at this difficult time for you, Jeff and your entire family.
 

Roger Maslon posted on 5/7/18
It broke my heart to learn of Dr. Tobin's passing... How strange... It must have been 30 years, or very close to that, that I had the fortune of finding him and having been taken care of by him in his clininc on Howard St. I was around 40 at the time and had no idea of his being 20 years my senior. While remembering him very fondly -I have since found out how lousy dentists can be found in this country- and wonder how it is that I didn't think of him later and ended up visiting other dental offices. A moment ago, I was going off the wall trying to select a provided from my HMO, researching all those who seemed more convenient. After I was done and upset with the HMO nonsense, John's name came to my mind and it occurred to me to look him up. I couldn't remember his first name, and I am seeing these references to a funeral. Suddenly, the name was confirmed in my mind after I unsuccessfully dialed the number still appearing on the Internet and going back to the notices. It saddened be greatly. As I said, it broke my heart, and it just occurred a couple of weeks ago -what a coincidence... My heart goes out to you. Please be aware, may I add, that, in my conviction, John has not left you. Physically, yes, but in spirit he is very much around his loved ones, watching over you -I have good basis for believing this. Address yourselves to him, he listens -until you all meet again. Sic transit gloria mundi... Again, my heart in sorrow goes out to you.
 

nancy jones posted on 5/7/18
Our hearts and prayers go out to your family. I know he loved each and every one of you. I know you love and miss him. Kind, generous, joyful, playful, loving are just a few adjectives of his larger than life personality. But his family was his greatest acheivment in life and he was greatful for you all. He will always be with you. He is in heaven with of his beloved family and friends that went before him....having a party! Thank you for sharing him with us. Nancy, Doug and Rhonj
 

Sherry posted on 5/7/18
My DEEPEST Sympathy goes out to the Family.
 

Salvatore Livolsi posted on 5/6/18
The LiVolsi family would like to extend their deepest condolences to Lois and Rex's family. Rex was a gentle soul that was always smiling. He was a great friend. We will miss him deeply, everyday. Thank you LORD for his time with us the your blessings through his life with us. Sal and Sally,
 

Beverly carlson posted on 5/5/18
A great friend and person. He will be greatly missed.
 

 
Arlene Kelly posted on 5/5/18
To the most kind and beautiful person I have known.
 

Kristina Ferguson posted on 5/4/18
Your all in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Dawn Radsek posted on 5/4/18
You are all in our thoughts and prayers. May God wrap you in His comforting arms as you grieve the loss of Kay....wife, mother, grandmother, aunt, cousin, and friend. I have such fond memories of her and kindness! Sorry we aren’t there in person but sending hugs and our love to you all! Dawn and Joe Radsek
 

Cheryl Jones posted on 5/3/18
Now Dorothy lives with the Angels. Indeed she is with her own kind, for she was an angel here on earth. Truly one of the kindest and most sincere souls I have ever known. We pray for comfort for those left behind, who continue to love and treasure her. And Dorothy may you find great joy and peace on your new journey. We will meet again dear friend....
 

Roger & Millie Nelson posted on 5/3/18
Dick and family Roger & I are so sorry and our thoughts and Prayers are with you and family at this time. Sorry we could not make it back for services. Kay was a special cousin and she will be missed, we are thankful for the many wonderful family memories we have of her.
 

Debora Bailey posted on 5/3/18
I am truly sorry for your loss, please accept my sincere condolences. I hope the Francke family find comfort and strength in Jesus promise along with our heavenly father Jehovah of the earthly resurrection, where death will be eliminated forever. Truly, what a glorious and unbelievable day that will be, for God cannot lie!
 

 
Mary Hayden posted on 5/3/18
Dorothy was truly a friend. She faithfully served as a Linn Deacon, It has been my privilege to call Dorothy a friend. My special condolences to her daughter, Pat and her special daughter, Carol, Blessing and Love to Dorothy's family, Mary Hayden, Member of Linn Church
 

Kevin and Denise Littlefair posted on 5/3/18
Kevin and I are so sorry for your loss. We will miss our talks at sports events And restaurants. She was such a special lady. I will have you in my prayers As you go through this sad time of loss and adjustment .
 

Becky Iverson posted on 5/2/18
We’re so sorry for your loss. She was such a sweet lady. Hugs and prayers. - Becky, Adam and Jenna Iverson
 

 
Teri Rathslag Frigo posted on 5/2/18
I see the headline now on the front of Heavenly Times...two great pals reunite at the gates and spend the next 24 hours laughing and sharing old stories of outdoor adventures...Jack, you’ve aged a bit...Rudy you haven’t changed a bit in 35 years:) There stories became our stories. We have been blessed. My heart goes out to you all.
 

Ed and Marsha Hall. posted on 5/2/18
So very sorry for everyone's loss.Kay was a wonderful ,loving,person . A true friend . She will be missed.
 

Janiece posted on 5/2/18
Angie, Francine and Dick, I am so sorry to hear of Kay's passing. My heart goes out to all of you.
 

 
Cesar posted on 5/2/18
I dont know thia woman but the story is so sad im so sorry for her loved ones
 

Gary Kasowski posted on 5/2/18
Konow Family, Over the years, I have had a wonderful lady I could call Friend, Neighbor, Classmate. Conversations with her about the town, schools(as kids and grand kids progressed through them), the sports,Cubs AND REAPERS were special events. Trips back to the area ALWAYS had to include a visit to Friend, Neighbor, Classmate.
 

Dianne Dempsey posted on 5/2/18
Angie, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. With deepest sympathy to you and your family. Dianne and Rachel Dempsey
 

 
Dolly posted on 5/2/18
Heartfelt condolences ,prayers, and hugs to all the family wrapped in hugs
 

Karen & Ted Oldeen posted on 5/2/18
My Dear Friend Kay, Miss you already! I'm so very sad, you were the perfect neighbor it won't be the same in the neighborhood without you. Thank you for all the love and stories you shared with all of us. Your a very Special person, our hearts are filled with sorrow. In Christian Love, Ted & Karen Oldeen
 

Christina Gallegos posted on 5/2/18
Lo siento muchísimo por su pérdida. No hay palabras para consolar pero Dios es el Dios de tiernas misericordias y todo consuelo. A través de su palabra verá que su ser querida duerme pero Dios promete una Resurrección terrenal en la cual podrá abrazarla de nuevo.(2 Corintios 1:3; Hechos 24:15; Salmos 37:29). Espero que encuentre consuelo con esta promesa y de las hermosas memorias que tiene de ella.
 

Lola (Pekoc) Wilkening posted on 5/2/18
Goodbye to another neighborhood mom. Thanks for all the great memories. Sincere condolences to all.
 

 
Carol Boring Sanford posted on 5/1/18
I'm very sorry for your loss, Katherine was a great lady. Prayers for the family.
 

James frank giltjes and sharon posted on 5/1/18
Cousin kay you will always be an inspiration to me a mentor a extra mom to me my heart is sadden but also relief and blessed your with your parents grampa uncle freddy and Josh. So say hi to all rest your soul in heaven until we meet again I will miss you daily thankyou for your love..to all you rick angie francie and dick her souls at peace her angel is now watching over you all...God bless kay konow
 

RVS posted on 5/1/18
Our deepest condolences to the Coffman family during this time of sorrow. May the divine promise recorded in Revelation 21:4 comforts you.
 

Lola Pekoc Wilkening posted on 5/1/18
Goodbye to another neighborhood mom. So many happy memories of your family. Sincere condolences to you all.
 

Denise Sumbry posted on 5/1/18
May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. My most sincere condolences.
 

Eva Olvera Meraz y Familia posted on 5/1/18
No hay palabras que puedan comenzar a expresar el gran dolor que nos causo el enterarnos de esta triste noticia. De todo corazon lo sentimos mucho. Nuestro mas sentido pesame. QEPD Jovita.
 

Marisol Arellano posted on 5/1/18
Siempre es triste ver que us ser se adelanta y mas si es madre, nuestras mas sinceras condolencias a los que le sobreviven, mucha fortaleza se necesita para dejar ir a los seres que amamos. pero Dios nos prometio que los volveremos a ver y a esa esperanza aferremonos con el corazon . todos los que hacemos bellbloom flowers
 

David P Hunt posted on 5/1/18
So sorry to hear of the passing of Mark. Our thoughts and prayers are with Dorthy and the Coffman family. Mark Had a long relationship with the folks at UPS and we had a great relationship over the last 40 years. He was one of a kind and he will be missed.
 

A. Contreras posted on 5/1/18
I didn't know Jovita personally, but I didn't need to...my heart is broken for your family. Prayers for all. May Jovita rest in peace
 

Emily Cormaney-Drane posted on 4/30/18
So sorry to hear this, many hugs to Dorthy and family. Mark always made me feel special and treated my family well. I hope he has found my dad to share a memory up there. He will be missed. Many prayers for healing sent your way.
 

Emily Cormaney-Drane posted on 4/30/18
My deepest sympathy when I heard of Mark passing. Such a big heart. Many great memories out to the shed and always was supportive. My thoughts and prayers go out to you. I hope dad has found his friend up there and having a moment.
 

 
Marie Meyers posted on 4/30/18
In memory of our father's friendship with Doc Tobin.
 

Marie Meyers posted on 4/30/18
We all have fond memories of Doc Tobin. But most endearing are the memories we have of our father’s friendship with him. Doc Tobin always had a good story to tell about their annual trips out west. He was a legend in our childhood! We are thinking of you all at this time. Fondly, Mary, Marie, Teri, Noreen and Rudy Rathslag.
 

Toni Bazon posted on 4/30/18
Courtney and Family, My deepest condolences on the passing of your father/Mark.Wishing you hope in the midst of sorrow and comfort in the midst of pain.
 

Suzy F Anetsberger posted on 4/30/18
Never a dull moment growing up next door to the Tobin clan! Doc Tobin was a character with a heart of gold. He loved his family more than anything. We will always think of him fondly and hold a place in our hearts especially for him. Love and Light Always, Suzy F. Anetsberger - Carter and Family
 

 
Noreen Rathslag posted on 4/30/18
Dr. Tobin was a good friend of my fathers. They shared many fun, adventurous hunting and fishing trips together years ago. I am sure now when they meet in heaven, they will share many laughs about the good old days! He was also the family dentist and I will always remember him with his head magnifier, white coat and silly jokes. I am truly sorry for the families loss.
 

Mark Scharlow posted on 4/30/18
On behalf of Interstate PowerSystems, we extend our deepest condolences to the Coffman family for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during such a difficult time.
 

Marlene KEE posted on 4/30/18
I thought so highly of Mark. He always teased me that I picked on him on the bus on our way to school and home. I lived in a farm house across the road from all the Coffman's. Mark was a very kind and loving person. He always had a joke to tell me. When we started our business he was a mentor. Has been a customer for the whole time of 34 years. I know that he is at peace now with no more pain. God Bless to him and his family.
 

Jack Thomas posted on 4/30/18
So sorry to hear of Mark's passing condolences to the entire family and all his friends. I will forever remember Mark as a fun loving ,kind and hard working person , he was what I called a 100 mile an hour man. Always on the go and very professional in every way. I am glad to have known Mark he was a friend and coworker. R I P Mark
 

Dan & Sharon Mikelson posted on 4/30/18
Great Guy. Condolences to Dorothy and the family. God Bless. Dan & Sharon Mikelson
 

Kris Antrobus posted on 4/29/18
My condolences on your loss of Mark. He was a good friend and employer to my sister, Jackie. I am sure that they are having a great reunion. RIP, Mark.
 

J. Moore/Volunteer posted on 4/29/18
To the Family of Mark Allen Coffman, So sorry to learn about the loss of your Dear Loved One, Mark. Please know that so many people share your grief with you to help you through this difficult time of sorrow. Please accept my deepest condolences as we await the time when Christ Jesus will awaken all those who have fallen asleep in death; including your Beloved, Mark. (John 11:41-44)
 

Jerri Lynn Baker posted on 4/29/18
Dorothy, I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

John & Nan Long posted on 4/29/18
Our deepest sympathies to the Coffman Families. I will never forget the receiving line at our wedding... where Mark informed us best wedding ever.... 17minutes!!! lol he actually timed it. Sending prayers for comfort and peace to all who knew and loved him.
 

 
Kathe Arneberg posted on 4/29/18
I am sure Doc Tobin will be greatly missed. Dr. Tobin was a very unique person. He was so sarcastic and funny, always had a huge smile on his face. I just have to mention the day that Tricia and I did him a huge favor and cleaned out his refrigerator for him! Those were the best days. I will never forget knowing Dr. Tobin. Even though I haven’t seen him in a while. He will always remain in my heart. RIP Dr. Tobin❤️
 

Kris Antrobus posted on 4/29/18
My condolences on your loss of Mark. He was such a good friend, and employer, to my sister, Jackie. I am sure that they are having a great reunion. RIP, Mark.
 

BRENDA CRADDOCK posted on 4/29/18
I'm so sorry to hear of your lose. it a hard time for all of you . I pray for you to have peace . this is the part of our life we never what to come . Mark was a great man and was your soul mate and well be with you and live in your heart forever. may God send his angels to be with in this hard time. blessing for you all.
 

Kathie Albert Larson posted on 4/29/18
My heartfelt condolences,Terry, to wife Nancy and all the family. My heart is saddened to hear of Billy- I still remember you as Cousin Billy and always will. May God bless you all! Kathie Albert Larson and family.
 

Nancy Nye posted on 4/29/18
My sympathy goes out to Dorothy and all of his family. I was so sorry to hear about Mark.
 

Dave & Laurie Avenarius posted on 4/29/18
Fun loving, Hard working, generous and a gentleman (always). We will be greatly missed. Our prayers to Dorothy and the family.
 

Dave & Laurie Avenarius posted on 4/29/18
Fun loving, hard working, generous and a gentleman, always. You will be greatly missed. Our prayers to Dorothy and the family.
 

Ruby Smith posted on 4/29/18
So sorry to hear of the passing of Mark. My thought and prayers are with Dorthy and the Coffman family.Mark was a great friend and will be remembered for his generosity.May he rest in peace.
 

Fran Corbin posted on 4/28/18
Dorothy and family. We are so sorry to hear of Marks passing. Our deepest sympathy goes out to all of you. Royal and Fran Corbin
 

Glen and Rene Pfeiffer posted on 4/28/18
Our deepest condolences to Marks family. May he Rest In Peace.
 

 
Denise Luttrell posted on 4/28/18
He was a very caring and loving Uncle Mark will be missed by many. We love you and will miss you.
 

Ron & Cyndi Swanson posted on 4/28/18
He was a very hard working and generous man, I will always remember him referring to his employees as "Family" and he meant it. He will be missed! Our condolences to Dorothy and his family.
 

Carol posted on 4/28/18
Wonderful Mother ,lots of good memories,no more pain Mom Love You !
 

Michelle Meyer posted on 4/28/18
RIP Grandma Curry. Love you.❤
 

Jody curry posted on 4/27/18
Ruth Curry was my mother-in-law. She was the best ever! Never said a negative word, she was the happiest being with her family and was so proud of all her grandkids. She is now in a much better place with her husband Jim. She will be missed. Rest In Peace mom ❤️
 

 
Kathy posted on 4/27/18
RIP mom, you are at peace now, ❤️ you, Kathy
 

Sheila McNally posted on 4/27/18
To the Family of John Tobin, I was saddened to hear of your loss. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
 

Rita Ferretti posted on 4/27/18
Dic Tobin a one of a kind man that will be greatly missed. R.I.P.
 

 
Lisa posted on 4/27/18
Too many wonderful memories ....
 

Gail Smyth posted on 4/27/18
My mother and Jack's mother were first cousins so he is my second cousin. I met him for the first time when I was 16 and he was in dental school in Loyola. Like many others I fell under the spell of his wonderful sense of humor and terrific smile. He used to work on my teeth while in dental school and before that I had a great fear of dentists. I will always remember him smiling with the grin that made you wonder what he might be up to. Rest in peace dear Jack. Love, Gail
 

 
Michael Healy posted on 4/26/18
Nancy, My prayers and thoughts are with you and your children. Mike
 

Terry Thibodeau posted on 4/26/18
I will miss you, my big brother, Bill. I was so proud of you Terry
 

Terry Thibodeau posted on 4/26/18
My big brother - may you rest in peace. You were such a good man. We will meet again.
 

Mary Hacker -Pantke posted on 4/26/18
Our THOUGHTS & PRAYERS are with ALL of the HAUSER Family in this sad & difficult time.May you all find PEACE & COMFORT knowing Dale is in HEAVEN with his wife Doreenn &son Dale Jr.What a WONDERFUL Family & a GREAT example of being a CHRISTIAN. GOD Bless
 

mary Pantke posted on 4/26/18
Our THOUGHTS & PRAYERS this day during this difficult time.
 

Fr. Robert Conrad (ret) posted on 4/25/18
My life grew better by knowing this great man. His wit and knowledge will be missed by many of those who had the honor 0of knowing and talking to him. He is now with the Lord in the house prepared for him. And I am sure there is a new Goldwing sitting there waiting. May he rest in peace, knowing he was and is loved. God Bless you my friend, for we shall all see each other later.
 

Jim Irvine posted on 4/25/18
“There are no problems, only solutions” – This John Lennon quote reminds me most of Bill who helped my company and me look past many obstacles to find solutions. We will miss Bill’s natural genius smarts, his genuine enthusiastic manners, and his commitment to find solutions. It was so much fun working with you Bill. Thank you! Jim Irvine
 

John and Shelly Granger posted on 4/25/18
We extend our deepest sympathies to all of you on the loss of Bill. We were honored and blessed to have known him. We will always remember what a kind, gentle, caring, and intelligent man he was. He will be missed and never forgotten by all of us that knew him. May he rest in peace. Please remember - we are always here for you if you need us.
 

Jenna C posted on 4/24/18
I think this is the same Margaret I worked with at Omnicare and car pooled with, wow. I just drove into plano yesterday and thought of her. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
 

Tony Suto posted on 4/23/18
Colin, I am very sorry to hear about your mother's passing. My thoughts are with you and your family. Tony
 

Pat McGuire posted on 4/23/18
Just now hearing this sad news but wanted to say how sorry Roxy and I are to find out. We are friends from Barber Lake WI, Neighbors. We have enjoyed Harold and Mary for many years and will miss him greatly. A wonderful, kind and special man. May he rest in peace. Pat McGuire
 

John Marra posted on 4/23/18
I, and I know many local WIAA Officials who had the honor of officiating WBHS Varsity Football are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of legendary Coach Blakley, he was a true professional and a Coach who always displayed the highest character both on and off the field, and I, shall always cherish the professional and personal friendship we shared, my thoughts, prayers, and support go out to his family at this difficult and sad time. Williams Bay HS Sports were well served by his proven leadership and the respect he earned among his players, fellow Coaches, and we as WIAA Officials he will be remembered always! R.I. P. Coach. Due to the scheduling of our annual FL vacation, we will sadly be unable to attend the services but know that our thoughts and prayers will be with you all. John & Halina Marra Williams Bay, WI
 

Susan and Anibal Vega posted on 4/21/18
So sorry to hear of Harold’s passing. We so enjoyed our Harold and Mary visits at the lake and will miss the conversation and all the many little things he did for us. He will be deeply missed as he’s been a very good friend for many years. Susan and Anibal Vega and entire Vega-Hegeholz Family at the lake.
 

Michael Prosek posted on 4/21/18
I was saddened to hear of Dave.s passing. My prayers and thought are with Dave’s family during this difficult time. Dave was a great guy, friend and hard working man. I knew Dave for many years. Several years ago I needed someone to do some drywall work and Budd Wormley highly recommended him. Dave did many jobs for me throughout the years at rental property I owned and at my house. Dave was the best drywaller I ever met and was always fair and you could always count on him. Rest In Peace!l Michael and Vanessa Prosek
 

Ruth Hanson posted on 4/19/18
Goodbye Uncle Dale and wonderful godfather. You will be missed, but I looked forward to our reunion in heaven. My love to all the family.
 

Dennis Patzer posted on 4/19/18
We send to all our deepest thoughts and prayers now that Dale is fully sainted in heaven with Doreen and awaiting us at our time for full sainthood. A wonderful man and good friend to the family always. Uncle Ed and Aunt Lois Hacker so loved him and Doreen so very much. A gentleman of the deepest meaning of that word and true example of a man of faith and kindness always. The world is a little less without him but his imprint and memory will live on with us all now and forever. Pax Domini to all now and always at this time of sorrow but the joy comes in the morning for him in heaven. Sole Deo Gloria be the theme for all of us now and always also. The Patzers and Hackers from Emmanuel parish and our friendship in our lives.
 

Phil Hardy posted on 4/18/18
Sincerest condolences Colin to you and the rest of the family during this most sad time. May she rest in peace.
 

The Closs Family - Stockton, CA posted on 4/16/18
Condolences to the Duffey family. Your Mom was a dear lady. May you all find solace during this time.
 

Nancy (Koerner) Hanson posted on 4/16/18
My uncle Herb was an amazing man. He always had interesting stories to tell about his younger days. Herb loved to play cards and was the world's #1 Euchre player. My Dad was Herb's big brother. I can imagine those two playing Euchre up in heaven right now. My Dad passed away before my wedding in 1966, so I asked Herb to take Dad's place and walk me down the aisle. He was so sweet and told me he would do it. He was an excellent replacement for my wedding. Herb will be GREATLY missed!
 

Val Lorusso and Family posted on 4/16/18
My condolences on the loss of your father, Hope, and grandfather, Ashley. May you find comfort in each other, your family, friends, and the memories you shared.
 

 
Beverly (Sauer) and Dean Baer posted on 4/15/18
I have fond memories when I babysat with David, Dale, Dan, Steven and Donna thru my high school years....We had some fun and interesting times......I'm so glad we were able to visit together last October with Fran and Dan...Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families..
 

Ruth posted on 4/15/18
I’m sorry to about your mother in law’s passing! I know that you and Woody made her last years quality years, filled with memories for you and family!
 

Marla Perry posted on 4/14/18
Carol, Larry, Leslie and families, Sorry to read of the passing of your Mom. Our condolences to you all. Marla and Brad Perry
 

Betty Reicher posted on 4/13/18
I still have the little round green candle that David made for me when he was just a little boy. I pray he has found peace. I know he \will be missed.
 

 
Mary Godard posted on 4/13/18
2017 Thanksgiving was pretty special. I had the pleasure of spending Thanksgiving with the wood houses . There was Ruth at the end of the table looking down at her entire family and it was so special. Ruth was very proud of her family she looked down that long long table and she was smiling almost the entire day. She could be tough but she had a heart of gold and I really am happy that she was in my life. It's nice to know that her and Harold are together peacefully and we now have another guardian angel. I am thankful for the memories.
 

Rod Richardson posted on 4/13/18
Dave was a great friend. I snowmobiled in the UP with him and I'm deeply saddened to know he's gone. I love him like a brother and I will miss him.
 

Patricia Fahlmark posted on 4/10/18
I attended many of Harry's Parties and always danced the night away. Harry always saved a dance for me. I will miss the good times we had together.
 

Traci Given posted on 4/9/18
She was very sweet hardworking lady I still remember the good times we had camping together out at Mendota Hills and also woodhaven lakes
 

 
The Ackermans posted on 4/9/18
God Bless
 

The Ackermans posted on 4/9/18
Pat, Jerry, Ryan, Allie, We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. Please know we keep you and tyour whole family in our prayers. God Bless
 

Gordon "Tiger" Eschenbauch posted on 4/8/18
My deepest condolences to Charlie,Maria,Camille,Ari and Cain on the loss of a Mother,Mother-in-law,Grandmother and my ex Mother-in-law. I miss and will miss all of you. Tiger
 

Roger McGill & Cathy McGill posted on 4/7/18
Patricia so sorry on the loss of our mother. God Bless All of you - Jerry - Ryan and your sister and her family. You are all in our prayers.
 

Roger McGill posted on 4/7/18
So sorry for the loss of your mother Patricia & Jerry and Ryan and your sister. God Bless all in our prayers.
 

Ken & Barb Stallings posted on 4/5/18
Ken and I offer our sincere condolences to Jeanne , Dave and Candyon your loss. He was a great guy!
 

Garry & Julie Ohme posted on 4/4/18
Prayers to Jeanie, Dave & Candi & the family. Richie will be missed by many. He and Jeanie are an inspiration to many. They were always together happy & smiling. Working together hand and hand. We will all miss his beautiful smile and happy heart. He will not be forgotten and heaven has received a beautiful angel.
 

 
Tracy Vyas-Grief posted on 4/3/18
Mom was always there with a loviing ear, and caring hheart. I'm so sorry we never got to that barbeque. She will bbe dearly missed and will forever hold a piece of my heart.
 

George / Cindy Webster posted on 4/3/18
Cindy and I offer our sincere condolences to Jeannie and the rest of Richie's family. He always had a smile on his face, pleasant conversationalist and was a person you enjoyed being around. He will be missed. Leland will not be the same without him.
 

 
Jeanne posted on 4/2/18
My thoughrs and deepest condolences to the Vyas family.
 

 
Dawn Bieber posted on 4/2/18
Happy Birthday Mom! Yesterday was Easter and I trust you know I DID decorate as you had. However the holiday was NOT the same without your special touch. Miss and Love you Much, Dawn
 

Denise Mahan posted on 4/2/18
Richard was a good friend he was a sweet man and he would go out of his way to help you you will be missed him and my great grandparents loved him he was more than a friend he was family I will always remember him out cleaning up his yard and if you drove by him he would always wave he was a good person to talk to RIP know and be with your friends and family in heaven and watch over the rest
 

J.T. Johnson posted on 4/2/18
So sorry for your loss. Even when they live to 97 it still hurts to lose them. You guys are in my thoughts and prayers.
 

Mereva Ellis Sholl posted on 4/2/18
So many fond memories growing up as neighbors. And our parents were such good friends. Your family has been blessed to have had her in your life all these years! Love to all!!
 

Frederick Green posted on 4/2/18
Though I do not know your loved one, I am touched by your loss. Too young! So I extend my heartfelt condolences for the loss of your beloved, Samantha. 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.  https://tv.jw.org/#en/mediaitems/VODBibleTeachings/pub-jwbcov_201505_11_VIDEO
 

Frederick Green posted on 4/2/18
Though I do not know your loved one, I am touched by your loss. Too young! So I extend my heartfelt condolences for the loss of your beloved, Hunter. 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.  https://tv.jw.org/#en/mediaitems/VODBibleTeachings/pub-jwbcov_201505_11_VIDEO
 

 
Mary Hayden posted on 4/2/18
The Chapter 500, Women of the Moose Harvard IL will draped the charter on April 19, 2018 in memory of Lois. Peace and love to her family.
 

Ronda Tarkowski-Babb posted on 4/2/18
Connie was a kind soul, a loving heart, and a sweet smile. Though she will be missed we know she is with Jesus in heaven now. May God heal your hearts and bring smiles back to your future as you remember your mother.
 

 
Eva Herbst(Whittaker) posted on 4/1/18
I would like to offer comfort and hope to you at this time of great loss and sadness. We extend our deepest sympathy to all of Samantha's Family and Friends. Rev. 21:3-5 The tent of God will be with mankind and they will be His peoples. He will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more. Neither will mourning, nor outcry nor pain be anymore. These former things will be gone. A voice from the throne said listen: for my words are faithful and true When you think of Samantha perhaps you will find joy in remembering this. "Jesus showed deep feeling for people. He was willing to go out of his way for them, to do things beyond what might have been necessary. Compassion moved Jesus to help others.'
 

James H. Hatland posted on 3/31/18
So very sorry to hear about Richard's passing. I really liked him. He was a real nice guy. Always had a smile. May the Lord lay His comforting hands on Jeanne, Dave, Candi, and the rest of the family. May he rest in peace. Jim Hatland--Las Vegas, NV Class of 1967 Leland High School.
 

Marcia Weismiller posted on 3/31/18
Brent and Jenny so sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers are with you and your family.
 

Barringer Family posted on 3/31/18
From the Barringer family she will be truly missed. She was best friends with my sisters and i remember here coming by our house to hang withmy sister she had a laugh and smilebyou can never forget. R.I.P sammy you will forever be missed.
 

 
Jerry and Liz Williams posted on 3/31/18
We will miss your calls that were always cheery and upbeat.
 

 
Jerry and Liz Williams posted on 3/31/18
Will miss your calls that were always cheery and upbeat.
 

Carolyn Warfield posted on 3/31/18
My condolences to the family of Carolyn Morse. I met her at Golden Years while I was there for physical therapy and helped her celebrate a birthday wth her family . We also ate many meals together while I was there. She also attended church services with me.
 

 
Megan Johnson posted on 3/30/18
Sammy was always happy and smiling. She was a student I never forgot and truly enjoyed having in class. You infectious attitude will be missed by all.
 

Barbara /Dwain Green posted on 3/30/18
Sorry to hear this Sunny was a special young lady always had a smile take care she is watching over you Mom and Dad my prayers and love are with you if you need anything let me know GO REST HIGH ON THAT MOUNTAIN SUNNY will miss and love you Dwain and Barbara .
 

Kayla posted on 3/29/18
Sam was there for me when I was going through a rough time. She always made sure I was ok and made sure I would smile. Her energy just made you automatically smile. That and her laugh will truly be missed. Prayers to her family and friend's ❤
 

Charlynn glover posted on 3/29/18
I will never forget the first time I met Sam. Oct 2014, she was my sunshine after a huge loss I experienced, and then when my dog passed away, my mother in law , and was there in minutes when I needed a quick gift. We worked side by side at many events along with her beautiful mom and created a friendship. The name sunny fit her because she was none the less of a ray of sunshine and would make you smile no matter what. She helped me through some hard times that I will never forget. She took the bitterness put of me through those hard times, she taught me alot and she was good at what she did. Most of all, she was there for anyone in their time of need. I will NEVER forget your smile or laugh Sam. You were one truly special person. I promise to keep your mom smiling like you did when I see her. There was no other like you that literally had this radiant glow and smile that made anyone happy. Thank you for helping me through the toughest times in my life. I will always cherish you and your gifts I hold. Love u sunshine
 

Grandma Deb posted on 3/29/18
Sammie smiled at me 4 years ago at a craft show as we were setting up our tables. We started gabbing & the rest is history! She was such a sincere soul & it was easy to be her friend. My heart aches for you Beverly, John & Becca. Prayers & Love coming your way. I'm so sorry. RIP Sammie. xo
 

Lynette OLeary posted on 3/29/18
I loved having Sammy as a student! She brought her sunshine to my class every time I saw her. I loved running into her at the nail salon and around town. She was a remarkable, caring and creative young woman who will be missed by all who knew her and loved her! I will keep all of you in my prayers
 

 
Samantha Comitor (Gartrell) posted on 3/29/18
So sorry for your loss. May she Rest In Peace.
 

Mikey posted on 3/29/18
Samantha was the most amazing person to ever enter my life she brought me more happiness than anyone or thing in this world. I give my deepest condolences to all of Samantha’s family.
 

Jennifer Kotalik Waldrep posted on 3/29/18
I am so very sorry for your loss, Your in my thoughts and prayers always.
 

Billy Richmond posted on 3/29/18
Samantha was always upbeat and funny, what a great all around person. She will be missed, my heart goes out to everyone in Platteville.
 

Mitch & Genie posted on 3/29/18
Sammy was a bundle of laughter and joy. Her laughter was infectious and her smile was as bright as her nickname, Sunny Nicole. We are heartbroken. We will always remember how she touched our lives and we are so lucky to have been a part of her world. We love you and will keep your family in our prayers.
 

Mitch & Genie Green posted on 3/29/18
Sammy was joy and love bundled in.laughter. Her laughter was infectious and her smile was as bright as her nickname Sunny Nicole. Our hearts are broken. We will always remember how she touched our lives. We love you and will remember your family in our prayers.
 

 
Megan Mynatt posted on 3/29/18
Deepest condolences to the family. Samantha was a joy & will be truly missed.
 

 
Alexandra cesich posted on 3/29/18
I will always be grateful to have known a soul who at one point positively impacted my soul & life; A soul who had that positive impact on others lives as well. The friendship and love will never be forgotten. Sending all of the positive energy and vibes to those closest.
 

 
Kidada Robinson posted on 3/29/18
Samantha, my nail queen guru. Always a joy and laughing when she was around. A beautiful young lady with a beautiful spirit. We are thankful to have known Samantha. Our love to all of toy.
 

 
Bob Ford posted on 3/29/18
Very sorry to hear about Lucille. I shared good times with her at Char Beyer's New Year Day's parties. She called me last year to see how I was doing. I was thinking about her just last week. Now I will be praying for all of her family. May God be with you in this difficult time. God called another angel home.
 

Sandy Engelman posted on 3/28/18
Vince and I became fast friends after I met him at Lakeland, where I used to volunteer. When I first saw him there, I said to myself, I have to meet this guy with the full sleeve tattoos on both arms. What a guy! He was wearing fake tattoo sleeves! We had a good laugh about that. We had many great conversations and thankfully we were on the same page politically! I led a meditation group at Lakeland, that he was instrumental in getting going. He loved it when I brought my essential oils, too. His favorite was Clary Sage. Vince invited me to join him when his son, Steven, made lunch for a large group of us at Lakeland. He was so proud of his son (and all of his sons)! Vince loved it that I was moving to open an embroidery shop in Dillon, CO. He told me many stories about when his family took ski vacations in Summit County and told me to have a beer for him at Dam Brewery. I will forever miss him. Vince has a very special place in my heart. With condolences, love, peace, metta, and karuna, Sandy Engelman
 

Jackie Reid posted on 3/28/18
My heartfelt condolences to the family. I am so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort through the loving and happy memories of your dear loved one, Miss Lucille. May you also look to our loving Heavenly Father, the God of all comfort, to provide what you need at this very sad time. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4, Psalms 83:18). He promises us that very soon, "He will wipe every tear from our eyes and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away." Revelation 21:3,4, Isaiah 33:24. He also promises us that there will be a resurrection of the righteous ones so they will have the opportunity to live forever in perfect health in Paradise right here on earth. (John 5:28,29, Psalms 37:10,11). What wonderful promises! Can you imagine a time on earth when there will be no more sickness, pain or death? May all of God's promises give you a measure of comfort, peace, hope and strength. I have personally found very comforting thoughts on jw.org.
 

 
Janice Remington posted on 3/27/18
I will miss you dearly Aunt Wilma Dean. We had many great times together. I will miss our talks and cutting up. Wilma always had a great sense of humor and always jumped at the chance to use it. Such as the time she fell coming out of the resturant, she was about 85-86 and hit her head on a car when she fell. The ambulance was called, when the paramedic was checking her vital signs he asked her name, age and if she knew what day it was she answered them all correct. Then he asked her if she knew who was president, she looked at him and said why? don’t you know? The paramedics laughed so hard. I’m sure she had God laughing as soon as she got there! Wilma loved to talk and she could talk! I’m sure she’ll keep God busy for awhile. God speed Wilma. I love you dearly.
 

Annette Snape posted on 3/27/18
Our sympathies to Jake and Tracy and the McHugh family. Lots of great conversations with Vince,always a twinkle in his eye. Keep him in your hearts always,look up to heaven often,he will be watching over you. All our love Mark and Annette Snape
 

 
MaryAnnJanuszka posted on 3/26/18
If i could have but only one wish, to climb the stairway to heaven and bring you home with me. Miss and love you very much. Your loving wife. All my love, Mary Ann )
 

Jimmy scarberry posted on 3/26/18
I just learned of your passing my friend. Hard to believe your gone. You were and will always be my best friend. We had some great times the memories will remain. My heart goes out to you and the kids Susie. Love you all. Until we meet again my friend your brother Jimmy
 

Angie Charlton posted on 3/26/18
I was so blessed to have met Mary while my Mother was at Tillers along with her. What a wonderful and beautiful soul. May she rest in peace.
 

Bren / barb posted on 3/26/18
So very sorry to hear of Mary's passing, she was my mom's roommate in tillers, she was a nice lady, our thoughts are with her and the family!
 

 
Carla A Strause posted on 3/25/18
Rest In Peace "Aunt" Wilma Dean
 

Carla A Strause posted on 3/25/18
I am so sorry to hear of "Aunt" Wilma Deans' passing. She was such a wonderful person to anyone she met. Have many memories of her that I will treasure forever. And had one heck of a sense of humor. Godspeed W.D. ...you can now be with Darlene and Sarge. Until we meet again....Rest In Peace. <3
 

Beth & Ed Kawczynski posted on 3/23/18
Sorry to hear of the passing of Owen. He was a wonderful person who will be missed. My parents were close friends with Owen and Georgia and had many wonderful times together. I have fond memories of parties and celebrations with them. Now he is at peace and with Georgia. Our thoughts and prayers to Bill, Jeff and all the family.
 

Chip and Valerie Crawford posted on 3/21/18
Our prayers and thoughts are with the family and friends of Aunt Flo. She was loved and thought of often.
 

Lynette Schopp posted on 3/21/18
My sympathy to Brenda & family. Cherish the memories you have forever
 

Walter Wynes posted on 3/20/18
My sympathy to Brenda,Marian and all of the Crook family. I remember Ronnie mainly as a boy and young man, and remember his wedding to Brenda. When the Wynes family camped with the Crooks our kids all had a good time ,but Ron was usually hard to get out of bed the next morning. I and my kids have good memories of those days. May you all be blessed with good memories.
 

Beatrice Mitchell posted on 3/19/18
My sincere condolences to the family at this time of loss. Losing the ones we love is never easy especially when it comes unexpectedly. No wonder the Bible refers to death as any enemy.(1 Corinthians 15:26) It rushes into our lives and robs us of the ones we love. But there is someone stronger than death and He promises to bring it to "nothing" and swallow it up forever. (Isaiah 25:8) God will heal all hearts by restoring life to those we have lost. (John 5:28,29; Acts 24:15) May you reflect often on your happy memories and may they along with these promises from God help to bring you comfort and peace.
 

Barbara Henkel posted on 3/19/18
Ron and family, So very sorry to hear of your loved one’s passing. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. Barb Henkel and family, from Mendota
 

Gerry kole posted on 3/19/18
Our deepest sympathy Rhonda and family. Gerry and Marilyn Kole
 

Marcia Stevenson posted on 3/19/18
We are so sorry. Scotty loved you so much and was so very proud of his family. Our hearts go out to you. Love from Marcia and Gary Stevenson
 

Donna Way posted on 3/19/18
Ron, So very sorry to hear of your loss! know that I am praying for you and your family. May God hold you in his arms during this time. Donna Way
 

Cindy Felix posted on 3/18/18
Dear Ron, Joe, Nessa, Ben and families, Like everyone else we were shocked and deeply saddened to hear the news! What a precious, wonderful friend Fran has been for 50 plus years! You all were so Blessed to call her wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandma, daughter-in-law, Sister, ! Fran was a jewel and a joy to be around, she went through so many earthly trials but still kept her big sweet smile and cheerful disposition! Oh how she will be missed, but we sure know where she is, and we look forward to that day when we will sing with her and Janet once again! Our deepest sympathy to each of you and our love, thoughts and prayers are with you! We are still in NC and so sorry not to be there with you for services! With our Love and Prayers, Earl & Cindy Felix
 

Robin McQuade posted on 3/17/18
May God give you peace and strength in your time of loss. Lean on Him and when you find yourself in that difficult time of grief, remember footprints in the sand and let Him carry you through. My prayers are with you.
 

Richard Smith posted on 3/17/18
Our deepest condolences to the Cooper Family. Owen will be dearly missed.
 

Rich & Anne Smith posted on 3/17/18
Our deepest condolences. Owen will be missed.
 

Karen Oldeen posted on 3/17/18
So sad to hear another Great person that helped put Plano on the map has passed on. I loved visiting Cooper Home Furnishing store and was always met with kindness and as much help as I needed. I usually always went home with something new & beautiful. (Free delivery, free take away, where do you get service like that today?) Me. Cooper was a fair, kind, fun man, usually had a story to share. We've been married 56 years & have bought ALL our furnisher from Owen Cooper. Mr. Cooper will be greatly missed. Ted & Karen Oldeen
 

Sue Scott posted on 3/17/18
Owen was a great man who raised great kids and grandchildren. He will be deeply missed my his family, friends, and the town of Plano. I am so sorry for your loss
 

Lynn Barroww posted on 3/17/18
Earl was one of the good guys. If you needed anything..he would be there for you.. He helped me out many many times through the years. I will always be greatful that he was in my life.. He will be missed.
 

Scott Flynn posted on 3/16/18
Owen was a great man with a Legacy that was so positive to all who knew him! I think of our many conversations we had together! A very humble, wise man who is now forever home, welcomed in the arms of Christ! Peace is with you! Scott and Paula
 

Tammy McGinnis posted on 3/16/18
So sorry to learn of Mr. Cooper’s passing. He was a very sweet individual that accomplished a great deal in life and contributed to the community every chance he had. He will be missed!!!!
 

Mike&Paula Nichols posted on 3/16/18
We are very so sad that to hear of Owen's Passing. May God bless all of you and keep you blanketed with his memories. Owen was a great person.
 

 
Nan (Johns) Johnson posted on 3/16/18
Sending thoughts and Prayers to the Owen Cooper family for your loss.at this time. Owen was one of a kind. and always had a smile when he saw you. He will be remembered by many. RIP Owen.
 

jim swanson posted on 3/16/18
The Cooper family have been friends of our Swanson family since my Grandfather Ragnar came from Sweden and became friends with Owens father Ambrose. Then my parents Tor and Genevieve became friends with Owen and Georgia and were in their wedding. And the good family traits have been passed on to the next generations as I consider Jeff and Bill still my friends. Glad I knew Owen Cooper. Jim Swanson
 

cliff and linda oleson posted on 3/16/18
He was a nice man that helped a lot of people over the years. Sorry for your loss.
 

Bobbe Davis posted on 3/16/18
Owen was a pillar of the community. He will be missed by many. Now he is reunited with his loving wife, Georgia.
 

Marlene and Jim Kee posted on 3/16/18
Mr. Cooper was one of the kindest men I have ever met. He was such an inspiration to Jim and I when we opened the business. My mom and dad never bought anything furniture wise except from Mr. Cooper. My deepest sympathy to all of your family.
 

 
Bill Theede posted on 3/16/18
50+ years ago I was a hack golfer who got to play with Owen occasionally. I followed my "idol" around the course for a club championship match. After some frustrating misses in the past he managed to win his first championship that day. (19th hole against Dick Sauer, I believe) I remember how pleased and relieved he was to be buying drinks for all. Proud to have known Owen, Georgia and family for over half a century.
 

Bill Theede posted on 3/16/18
Owen was an icon to the Plano area and should be a role model for how highly successful people can relate to their community. Along with his lovely wife Georgia showed what true "class" is about. The end of an era.
 

Vicki Kern posted on 3/16/18
Loved Owen so much. He truly was an amazing man. I will miss him dearly. So sorry Bill. Jeff and all the family. Truly he was blessed with a wonderful family.
 

Sandra Richmond posted on 3/16/18
Sorry for your loss. My Aunt Mary Lou Baskovich shared many great stories of golfing with Owen and Georgia. You dad shared memories of knowing my dad when I would come in the store. Sending prayers to all.
 

Kim Lindgren posted on 3/16/18
Sorry for your loss.
 

Jin Porter posted on 3/16/18
Owen was always a very firm but kind man. He helped me buy my first set of furniture from the store and allowed me to pay whatever I could pay for it until it was paid off. He was an avid supportive fan of the sports programs in Plano and a great supporter of the community. He will always be remembered in my heart as a warm, compassionate, fair and great person to have made the acquaintance of in my life.
 

Jin Porter posted on 3/16/18
Owen was always a very firm but kind man. He helped me buy my first set of furniture from the store and allowed me to pay whatever I could pay for it until it was paid off. He was an avid supportive fan of the sports programs in Plano and a great supporter of the community. He will always be remembered in my heart as a warm, compassionate, fair and great person to have made the acquaintance of in my life.
 

Mitchell McDaniel posted on 3/16/18
So sorry for your loss,he ws a good man, always friendly.
 

Ruby Smith posted on 3/16/18
So sorry for the loss of a great man. Owen was a very caring person.He always treated everyone like they were family.Always made you feel right at home in his store.My thoughts and prayers go out to the family.R.I.P. Owen.
 

Brenda Clapper posted on 3/16/18
Bill, Jeff, and families, I am so very sorry for the loss of your dad. He was such a sweet, caring, and amazing man. My love, thoughts, and prayers are with all of you.
 

Erika Salemi posted on 3/16/18
LOVED Owen! He was the person everyone should try to be. Always smiling. Always remembered names and family members and asked about them. He was someone I looked up to, as a kid AND grown up. I am honored to have known him! So sorry for the family and their loss. Bill and Jeff; I take comfort knowing that he left two wonderful sons who are so like him!
 

 
Bev Schuck. Dickman posted on 3/15/18
So sorry to hear of your loss.Now he can be with his sweet Georgia.And his mom who he adored
 

David Christenson posted on 3/15/18
I'm sorry to hear of the loss of this wonderful person who cared for many children and was always doing nice thing for other people.
 

Jeane Christenson posted on 3/15/18
Mae was a high school friend,who I will always remember. She was "Auntie Mae" to my kids and without a doubt one of the most caring, thoughtful people I have known. She will be missed by so many. My thoughts and love to her family, especially Pam and Fred Schnitcke and their girls who are members of my family. Love and Prayers are with all of you. Jeane Christenson
 

Ruth Johnston posted on 3/14/18
Joyce and family, I am so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. Sending prayers of comfort.
 

Brenda McFadden posted on 3/14/18
My deepest sympathies to all of the Kaluzny family. God Bless you all and comfort you.
 

Marie posted on 3/14/18
Aunt Josie and Uncle Joe were always so good to me. I hope she knew how much I loved her.
 

Debbie Light posted on 3/13/18
Becky, My prayers, thoughts & love are with you at all times. I have so many fond & happy memories of our fun times spent together with both You & Ron. Thank God we were brought together as close friends. We watched movies, ordered out Chinese many times, went to several auctions & even had our own antique barn sale. Ron's jokes & laughter were many times the "main highlight" of our moments shared together. Ron certainly kept us all entertained! Ron was always such an amazing, sincere & great friend to me! My favorite thing about Ron was his profound love he expressed for you as his wife. You were the "Love of His Life" & (Nor) Ron would do anything for his Sweet Little (Cebby) Becky! He was so proud to have you as his wife & he let everyone know it!!! That always made my heart smile! The goodness in Ron's heart will forever be remembered by so many. I Love & Miss Ron So Much!!!! Love Your Dear Friend Deb!
 

 
Jean Bradham posted on 3/10/18
Sorry for your loss. Earl was a funny and great guy. I am glad I got to meet him.
 

Jacquie Johnson Cooper posted on 3/10/18
Ronda I'm so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

Lorrie Plott-Kirby posted on 3/9/18
I have had the pleasure of knowing Earl for 5 years or so. In that short time, I realized Earl was a kind, fun loving man who'd give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. He loved listening to music and going to concerts, going to the theater and just having a good time. Even when Earl wasn't feeling 100%, he'd get out on the dance floor and cut a rug with my dear friend, Pam. He was truly an inspiration to all who knew him. Pam, I hope the beautiful memories you and Earl created over the last 25 years will bring comfort and peace to you in the days to come. God bless you both.
 

Roger Blume posted on 3/9/18
Sorry to hear the news of Earls Passing.. He was a great guy. My thoughts go out to Earl and his Family.. He will be truly missed by everyone that he has touched.. I will miss him.
 

Lorrie Plott-Kirby posted on 3/9/18
Earl and Pam were the first up to dance. They inspired us non-dancers to get up and try, too!
 

Gerrie Purtell posted on 3/9/18
You were an inspiration to all of us for the fight you fought with cancer, but also for all the numerous interests you shared to give us so many fun, memorable events. You will live on in our hearts and memories.
 

 
willie Bryson posted on 3/9/18
Prayers for the family from Willie Bryson class of 64 PHS
 

Christina posted on 3/9/18
My heart and sympathy goes out to you during this very sad time in the loss of your little boy. This is the greatest loss there is, leaving you breathless. May you be comforted by loving memories and may you embrace the hope found in the scriptures where God promises to end death, resurrect our loved ones on earth, and being eternal peace and happiness. ( Please read Isaiah 25:8, Acts 24:15, Psalms 37:29, Revelation(The Apocalypse) 21:4, Isaiah 55:11)
 

Mike & Jody Curry posted on 3/9/18
Was fortunate to have gotten to know Earl the past few years, he was a terrific man, he and Pam lived life to the fullest, traveling, going to concerts and dancing! (He could really “cut the rug”) Pam, Mike & I am so very sorry for you loss, so glad we reconnected after so many years, we enjoyed hanging out with you and Earl. Take care ❤️
 

Lorrie Plott-Kirby posted on 3/8/18
Our first night out with Earl and Pam to hear one of their favorite local bands "Maxwell Mojo Blues Band". We had such a fun night, good music, good friends, good cocktails :)
 

 
Shelley Doolittle posted on 3/8/18
Sorry for the loss of Earl. He will always be remembered as a nice and funny guy! I will never forget when he brought flowers to my work to apologize for something. It was such a nice gesture! Pam let all the memories make you smile!
 

Lorrie Plott-Kirby posted on 3/8/18
I've only had the pleasure of knowing Earl for about 5 years or so, but in that time I came to know a kind, fun loving guy who was always up for a good time. I had so much in common with Earl, as he and Pam were lovers of the blues, as are my hubby and I. We had a great summer hanging out at Lee'z Place on Lake Holiday Sunday afternoons, listening to some good music, eating, laughing and enjoying each others company. Even when Earl wasn't feeling 100%, he'd still put on a good face and tried his best t have fun. He truly was an inspiration to those around him and he will be greatly missed. Pam, I hope your 25 years of memories will help sustain you through these tough times. You were incredibly lucky to have been loved by such a good man, and I'm incredibly lucky to have had you both in my life.
 

Eduardo & Ethel Zaira Favela posted on 3/8/18
Robin & Leigh Castle those who mourn, eternal God, with the comfort of your love that they may face each new day with hope and the certainty that nothing can destroy the good that has been given. May the Lord let his Perpetual light shine upon your father rest in peace Amen.
 

Sam and Adriana Paschka posted on 3/7/18
So sorry for your loss!! You and your family are in my prayers
 

marti gallardo posted on 3/7/18
Such a gentle spirit - so many blessed by his presence in our lives. Much love to each of you, may his smile linger in your memories forever - special hugs Carol Lord, I love you, marti
 

George and Cheryl Verner posted on 3/7/18
We are so sorry to hear about your dad Robin. He is at rest now.
 

Michael Serrurier posted on 3/7/18
Rest in peace old friend. I will always cherish our friendship and memories of our youth. We spent countless hours sharing stories and you were always a dear friend. My life will be hollow without your smiling face. A true gentleman.
 

 
Doug and Valerie Brewington posted on 3/6/18
Our hearts go out to your family. We feel honored to have known Scotty. Such a loving and caring person. He always beamed when talking about his family. Love to you all.
 

Doug Sheehan posted on 3/6/18
So sorry for the loss of your father. Please celebrate his life now and forever.
 

 
Lee Essenmacher posted on 3/5/18
My sincere condolences. He was a great golfing partner. I respected him so much.
 

Connie Rhoton posted on 3/4/18
I was sorry to hear of Pat's passing. She rode to NIU with us for many years. I was sorry that I was not able to contact her when she returned to the area. She was a great lady. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
 

 
Robert N Soliz Jr posted on 3/4/18
Me and my wife had the privledge to meet such a wonderful and caring person as carol , my wife especially would check up on her from time to time and we liked to go over to chat with her for hours on end sadly our schedules changed and we weren't around during the day, though we would see her from across the street and always seen her in the living room with shadow watching tv and drinking her smoothies we knew she was ok, i know looking across the street will not be the same im sorry we couldnt make it over more often carol but im glad you got your wish to be home til the end. We will miss you carol thank you for the great marriage advice and for always up for a good chat i enjoyed every one of them rest easy sweetheart and watch over us til we see you again..
 

Valerie Miller posted on 3/2/18
I am heartbroken to learn of Hunter's passing. What a beautiful, sweet child. I will never again hear "Hey Soul Sister" without thinking of him. Dancing with the angels now. I met him twice and he has remained one of my all time favorite heroes. Your friend from the Mulliganeers.
 

Keaton Scoles posted on 3/2/18
Our hearts are breaking for Hunter's passing. We have followed his journey on Facebook. We are sending love & prayer to the Family and will always remember Hunter <3
 

Bob Buchanan posted on 3/2/18
When I think of Aunt Pat, I will always think of coffee. Whenever I would see her, we'd brew a pot and have a few cups together. I remember the last time I made a pot of coffee with her was at the Pink house in plano. I was out in the area showing some real estate and just stopped by to say hello. Aunt Pat was easy to be around and I loved the fact that I got a chance to get closer to here when I was living in Montgomery and working out in Kendall County. I love you and Miss you Aunt Pat.
 

Tonya Doebler posted on 3/1/18
I am heartbroken to hear about precious hunter. I never met him but followed closely on Facebook. My prayers will be with the entire family at this time. Sensing peace and Gods comfort for you all
 

Emma Bozeman posted on 3/1/18
I am thinking of you and your family at this time..sending as many positive thoughts and prayers. Much love, Emma Bozeman
 

The Perry Family posted on 3/1/18
Shane and Tracy I am so very sorry for your loss. Hunter was a blessing to many. Sending our love and prayers as you go through this tragic time. We are here for you and the family always.
 

Mike Potsic posted on 3/1/18
So sorry to hear about Hunter. My thoughts and prayers go out to Hunter’s family.
 

Diane Griggs posted on 3/1/18
To the entire Darnell family I give my heartfelt condolence. Hunter is in the arms of the Lord now. You took wonderful care of him and now he is with God. You loved him for all these years and have your memories. I pray you can take some relief from your sorrow and accept that it was God's plan for your beautiful son. Jesus will give you the strength when you ask. Love, Diane Griggs
 

Jen Dickson posted on 3/1/18
My heart breaks for you! May the memories comfort you and help you heal. God Bless
 

Brian Nelson posted on 3/1/18
Darnell's, we are so sorry to hear about sweet Hunter's passing. The few times we saw him he was always smiling and happy and was a joy to be around. We send our Prayers out to you and your family. with heavy hearts. Brian and Kara Nelson
 

Stacy Coursey posted on 3/1/18
I just heard, and I am so very very sorry for your loss. My heart aches for you. Sending my love and prayers.
 

 
cadence roy posted on 3/1/18
miss you mommy my memory with you is playing
 

 
cadence roy posted on 3/1/18
miss you mommy my memory with you is playing
 

Terri W. posted on 3/1/18
I never met you or your beautiful son, but (as a Mom) my heart aches for you. Wishing you peace and comfort in the days ahead.
 

VIP Service Dog Foundation posted on 2/28/18
We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you .
 

 
Janine Barajas posted on 2/28/18
Thoughts and prayers for the family and friends of Ryan
 

 
The Wood Family posted on 2/28/18
We’re so sorry for your loss and will keep your family in our prayers.
 

Cody Brown posted on 2/28/18
I monitor for hunter on the bus for last 4 years on and off. Hunter was a great kid to monitor for. He was fun to be around he always had a smile on face. He brought smile everyone face. I always called him the funny laughing screamer he be laughing after he be screaming and it was funny because he was smart kid know what doing. Hunter was amazing kid.
 

Paul Pierce posted on 2/28/18
I had the privilege to drive Hunter home each day from school. When he came out from the school I would yell out to him " hay Hunter what's up buddy " he would just smile & start laughing. After i get him buckled in I'll ask him you ready & he would say " go go go " he would always put a smile on my face. He was such a joy to have on the bus. I will truly miss him. Rest in peace my friend.
 

C. Elliott posted on 2/28/18
To Ryan’s family. My heart aches for you all in this time of grief. Words can hardly remedy the intense heartache that comes when you lose someone you love, however, through my own personal experience, I was consoled by the promise at John 5:28,29. Perhaps, it may do the same for you. May you find the comfort you need and the solace to sustain you.
 

Mark Alvis posted on 2/28/18
Dear Karla and John so sorry for your loss!!!! We will be keeping you and family in our prayers!!!! God Bless!!!!
 

Jeanette Carpenter posted on 2/27/18
Dean and I are so sorry to learn of Jim's passing. We were neighbors when we all lived on Woodland Court in Mequon, Wisconsin. We enjoyed many get-togethers as couples. Our girls, Kim and Lori were both of the same age and went to school together. There was always a little rival between us. The Hamlin's being Notre Dame fans and the Carpenter's alumni of Michigan State. Always in good fun of course! Our deepest sympathy to Mike,Coleen and Kim. Dean and Jeanette Carpenter
 

Barbara Bafia posted on 2/27/18
Dear Karla,John and all your family, we're so very sorry for your loss.May God bless you and be with you. Wally and Barb Bafia
 

Chris Robson posted on 2/27/18
Shrek, Karla, family and friends, you are all in my heart. I'm so sorry for your loss. I remember the first few times I hung out with all of you in Hayward. We had such a great time and hit it off almost immediately. Although I haven't been in that area much, I've thought about you all often. Love you all. Thinking of you during this tough time.
 

Amy Pawlowski posted on 2/26/18
John , Karla and Zach, Words cannot express the sorrow we feel in hearing of your loss. We love you and are here for you. Mark, Amy, Gabby and Sam Pawlowski
 

Ron posted on 2/26/18
Im sorry for you loss
 

John M Adam posted on 2/26/18
John & Karla, it’s terrible to hear about your loss and I express my sincere sympathy to your family. You are in my prayers.
 

Frederick Green posted on 2/26/18
Though I do not know your loved one, I am saddened by the young loss of life. So I extend my heartfelt condolences for the loss of your beloved, Ryan. 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.  https://tv.jw.org/#en/mediaitems/VODBibleTeachings/pub-jwbcov_201505_11_VIDEO
 

 
Kari F Harrison posted on 2/25/18
Ryan will remain in our hearts forever. Our thoughts and prayers are with John, Karla, Zach and the entire Michels and Bullard families.
 

Catherine Collins posted on 2/25/18
Bob and Carese Collins knew Jim and Carol when we all lived in Mequon, Wisconsin. We used to play cards together. We both remember how proud he was of the fighting Irish. We were both sadden to hear of Jim’s passing. We will keep him and his family in our prayers. Carese n Bob Collins Menomonee Falls wi
 

Denny Stiles posted on 2/25/18
Our deepest sympathy to your family. Deny&Debbie Stiles
 

Nadine Saucedo posted on 2/25/18
My prayers are with you.
 

Merilee Aichele posted on 2/23/18
"When you've done everything you can do , that's when God will step in and do what you can't do ." 2 Corinthians 12:10
 

 
Connie Zeiter posted on 2/22/18
You will be truely missed. Had good times with you you and Jerry through the years. I remember my first fishing experience was with you and Jerry caughting blue gills. I was hooked. I kno Jerry was waiting at the gates for you. Give Ashley a hug for me. Until we met again. . Love you.
 

 
Tom Zeitet posted on 2/21/18
You will be missed mom rip Love you TOM
 

Tim Staggs posted on 2/17/18
Wishing your family peace.
 

Ernie & Ginny Kalb posted on 2/16/18
We just now heard, we send our prayers and condolences! We are sorry we will not be there, we are down here in Texas. The great memories and good times we will always cherish. Blanche was the spirit of life and we will miss her very much. Ernie & Ginny as well as the whole Kalb family!
 

April Morganegg posted on 2/15/18
Growing up, Becky was like the sister I never had..She spent lots of fun filled times while my Dad hauled us all to the basketball and football games. She will always have a special place in my heart as well as the rest of her siblings. The first time I met Ron I was mesmorized by his ability to make you feel like he had known you for his entire life. His southern charm and love for his family and his church and for anyone that was experiencing hard times was never ending. I can only imagine how he was greeted at the pearly gates. What a wonderful servant he was and the perfect example of what we all wish we could be. It has been the utmost honor to have had him as my friend.. and the joy I experienced as I listened to his wit and humor will last forever. I could sit and listen for hours.. My heart breaks for you Becky. Know that we are praying for you and your family.. Love, Ape ( April )
 

Debora Benditz Bivens posted on 2/15/18
Becky, my deepest condolences. My your memories bring you peace and may God wrap his loving arms around you and the family. Blessings my friend. Deb Benditz Bivens
 

Roy and Laura Coan posted on 2/15/18
Becky, You are in our hearts and minds as we remember Ron and his uplifting outlook on life. He was such a giving person and Roy and I feel blessed to have known him and share time at Mike and Susan's with you guys. He will be missed. Prayers to you during this sad time. Roy and Laura
 

Julie Olson-Rachlin posted on 2/14/18
I am so sorry to hear of Jaxon's passing. I heard that Jaxon's big brother, Jayden, has been a big help to mom, dad, grandma, grandpa, and all who visit. I also heard that Jaxon is dancing in heaven now, which is so wonderful. May God bless your little Super Hero Jaxon, his brave, beautiful brother Jayden, and all of you. My deepest condolences.
 

TERRY WALLACE posted on 2/14/18
Becky - Not sure if you remember me. Just wanted to say how much I think of Ron as I had the honor of working with him during my career with McCormick. Ron was the type of personality that would light up any room, funny, great salesman, never met a stranger, honorable, and most of all stood by his convictions,(in any meeting or business negotiations). May God wrap you and family in his arms through this tough time. I'm certain Ron's already about the business of making new friends and entertaining! God Bless !
 

Theresa Wasson posted on 2/14/18
Dearest Becky, My heart aches for you . Be stronger than the storm. Theresa Wasson
 

Erica Trejo posted on 2/13/18
Becky, I am so sorry for your loss but celebrate with you that Ron is now in the arms of Jesus. I will never forget the support and live that you showed to me during in of my darkest times. Praying for peace for you. Erica Trejo
 

JimmyT posted on 2/13/18
May Patty’s memory be eternal.
 

Tracey Goodwin posted on 2/13/18
I will alway remember my uncle Ronnie with his contagious laugh he was big man with a big personality He commanded a room and always had everyone laughing he was kind generous caring I loved him dearly he will be missed good bye uncle Ronnie I love you Tracey
 

Andrew Rosetta posted on 2/13/18
Becky, I have never met you, but I know you through Joe Harper from his many visits with your family. Ron and I where Sales Trainers together many, many years ago. The first time I met Ron, I knew that we would become good friends, his sense of humor was amazing, his story and joke telling was unbelievable, so quick and funny..my last image of Ron was this big guy, alone, walking down the airport terminal slowly to his departure gate. He has now taken off again, may he rest in peace...
 

Joe Harper posted on 2/12/18
Having crossed paths with my friend,Ron, some forty years ago has turned out to have been one of the true blessing of my life. His enthusiasm for his family, his friends, his community, his Church and his love of God were always on the tip of his tongue. Ron had that rare ability to make friends everywhere he went. He could be standing in line at a store and suddenly strike up a conversation with the customer in front of him or walk into a meeting with a CEO and do the same thing. His enthusiasm for life and his fellow man were always a gift to witness and enjoy. He truly lit up every room he ever entered. A colleague once described Ron Parish as that rare breed that if "parachuted into the middle of New York" would, within an hour, have a group of "new friends" following him to Times Square just to see what was going on. Losing a friend is always hard but not having that friend would be even harder.. My Sincerest condolences go out to Becky Parish, the extended family and multitude of Ron's friends around the country.
 

Frederick Green posted on 2/12/18
My heartfelt condolences for the loss of your beloved, Rachel. 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 comfo