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James Blood
Class of 1950
Passed away on
May 24, 2022

James Arthur "Jim" Blood of Golden Valley, MN passed away peacefully on May 24, 2022, at age 89. He is preceded in death by his parents, Esther and James McKaig Blood; sister, Lois Duffield. Survived by wife, Donna; four children, Lora (Joe), David, Charlene (Mark) and Jim (Kalee); 9 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.

A Joliet native, Jim attended A.O. Marshall Grade School where, at age 9, he began his love affair with the baritone. He played in the Joliet Township HS bands, both as a high school and junior college student. His studies would take him to U of IL where he played in the concert and marching bands, as well as the American Legion Band, Joliet Post, during summer breaks. Jim graduated college in 1955 with a BA in Electrical Engineering. While attending college, Jim met Donna Frojd, also of Joliet, and were married upon graduation. They moved to Mishawaka, Indiana whereJim worked for Bendix Corp until a move in 1964 took the family to Mpls MN; his retirement in 1990.

Rick was born in Joliet, Illinois on March 24th, 1955. He graduated from Joliet Central High School as an avid member of the Marching Band and Golf Team. Rick married the love of his life, Judy, after both graduating college in Illinois. They were married for over 42 wonderful years, which encompassed hundreds of adorable Thursday date nights.

Jim's love of music would be the connecting thread throughout his life- Jim & Donna first meeting at a Luther League choir rehearsal at Bethlehem Lutheran. While the couple together sang in many choirs, itwas through his horn playing that gave Jim his life's purpose. Striking up a march for a pre-k class, or accompanying a sing-a-long on a stroke recovery ward were a few of his solo performances. As an ensemble member, Jim found fellowship in creating something special that was bigger than the individual parts. At the time of his death, Jim was on the rosters of the Minnesota Symphonic Winds, Lake Wobegon Brass Band, Senior ELCA Synod Band, Fridley City Band, and Robbinsdale City Band. Jim encouraged all tosing or play an instrument, especially his kids and grandkids. Playing together at a family gathering or a community event such as Tuba Christmas was a joy,and sharing a mutual appreciation of a Doc Severinsen concert or Drum Beauty competition was a delight.

The celebration honoring Jim is set for Wednesday, Jun 1, 11 am at Calvary Lutheran of Golden Valley MN with visitation from 10-11 am and lunch reception; the service viewable live at In lieu of flowers, suggested donations to the Lake Wobegon Brass Band, MN Symphonic Winds or your favorite band. HillsideChapel 612-781-1999

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Rick Calahan
Joliet Central
Class of 1973
Passed away on
April 30, 2020

Rick Calahan, a retired manager at AT&T of Oviedo, Florida, passed away on April 30th, 2020 while at home due to a sudden, rapid recurrence of bile duct cancer, which he had successfully staved off 3 years ago to spend those last precious years actively with family and friends.

A private family gathering will be held at Epiphany Lutheran Church, featuring a service presided over by Pastor Janice Mynchenberg.

Rick was born in Joliet, Illinois on March 24th, 1955. He graduated from Joliet Central High School as an avid member of the Marching Band and Golf Team. Rick married the love of his life, Judy, after both graduating college in Illinois. They were married for over 42 wonderful years, which encompassed hundreds of adorable Thursday date nights.

Rick started working for AT&T in 1977 and continued to work there for 38 years in various locations, finally retiring in Oviedo, Florida. He received his MBA from Brenau University in Georgia, during his stay there. When not on the golf course, he dedicated his time to several organizations including Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Seminole State College Community Band, American Legion Band, and Epiphany Lutheran Church.

Rick was preceded in death by his parents, Thresa and Raymond; and his brother, Philip. He is survived by his loving wife, Judy; three unique boys: Marc [Angela Liang], Sean [Rachel Fitzgerald], and Brian [Laura Brancheau]; and his two adorable grandchildren, McKayla and Lucas.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to one of the following organizations in his honor:
Seminole State College Fund specifically directing the donation to the Seminole State Community Band Program.
Select “Other - please describe program”
Seminole State Community Band Program in memory of Rick Calahan

Epiphany Lutheran Church, 1498 Tuskawilla Rd, Oviedo, FL 32765

Finally, the family is requesting everyone to share a memory or special moment with Rick via the following online form:

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Angelo C. "Skip" Desiderio
Class of 1952
Passed away on
September 20, 2011

Desiderio, Angelo C. "Skip" Age 77 of Woodstock died suddenly Tuesday September 20, 2011 at St. Anthony Medical Center in Rockford. He was born October 19, 1933 to Josephine and Frank Sr. in McKees Rocks, PA. He married Kay Waldvogel in 1956.

He graduated from Joliet Township High School the class of 1952. He attended Joliet Junior College before entering the U.S. Army. He worked for many years as a mechanical engineer for Oak Industries and as a source inspector for Boeing Industries.

He was an accomplished musician, having served as President of Local 48 of the AF.M. He played saxophone in several concert and jazz bands including; Vito Buffalo Orchestra, Woodstock City Band, Sun City Concert and Jazz Band, McHenry College Concert Band and the JTHS Alumni Band.

He was an active member of the First United Methodist Church in Woodstock serving in many capacities at church including Chairman of the Board of Trustees.

He is survived by his wife of 55 years Kay of Woodstock; 3 sons Kurt (Christina), and Kent both of California and Scot (Angela) of Texas; 4 grandsons Patrick, Aaron, Andrew and Daniel; a brother Frank (Patricia); also numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents; a infant brother Mario, step mother Erma; a daughter in law Mary (Lutsch) Desiderio.

A memorial gathering will be held Saturday September 24, 2011 from 10:30 am until the memorial service at 11am at the First United Methodist Church in Woodstock. The internment will be at a later date in Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood, Illinois.

In lieu of flowers memorials can be made to First United Methodist Church 201 West South Street Woodstock, Illinois 60098.

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Marshall Dean Erickson
Waukegan Township
High School
Class of 1948
Passed away on
July 3, 2021

Marshall Dean Erickson, 90, of Bozeman, Montana passed away Saturday, July 3, 2021. He was born August 31, 1930, in Waukegan, Illinois to Marshall and Alice (Nealy) Erickson.

He attended West Grade School and graduated from Waukegan Township High School in 1948. He attended University of Illinois, where he earned his bachelor’s degree and graduated with his master’s degree in Music Education in 1953. He also had an additional 32 hours in Music, English, and Administration.

In 1953, Marshall enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and served at Sampson Air Force Base in Geneva, New York, and then Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, Colorado. He was honorably discharged in 1957.

Also in 1953, he married Lucile Marie Grant. The two had five children: three daughters and two sons.

Marshall loved his work as band director. He taught at Longview High School in 1952. He then taught in Hoopston, Illinois from 1957 to 1958, and Joliet Township High School, where he also coached high school and Junior College golf. During this time, he was also a private clarinet teacher from 1959 to 1996. In addition to his career, he was also a framing carpenter, Manager at Dogs and Suds, an electrician, and a shoe salesman.

He was a member of multiple music groups, including the Waukegan Municipal Band, Bozeman Municipal Band (where he was also a Board member), Bozeman Symphony Orchestra, and Butte Symphony Orchestra. Both he and Lucile served in the Musicians Union Local #709, where he was Vice President.

Even after retirement, Marshall stayed active in the community. He was Course Marshal at Wedgewood Golf Course. Marshall was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Janet (Fred) Rudolph; brother, Gerald (Carol) Erickson; and granddaughter, Gina Erickson.

Survivors include his wife, Lucile M. Erickson; daughters, Martha Erickson, Elaine (Phil) Frederickson, and Sandra (Drew) Halberstadt; sons, Dave (Stephanie) Erickson and Stuart (Annette) Erickson; 14 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and caretaker, Sue, who was a special part of his comfort over the last two years.

Marshall touched the lives of thousands of students whose paths he helped shape.

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Thomas A. Goodwin
Class of 1952
Passed away on
December 15, 2014

Thomas A. Goodwin, "Just a Small Town Cat from Manhattan", age 80, passed away peacefully Monday, December 15.

Survived by his loving wife of 55 years, Elizabeth C. (nee Branchaw) Goodwin; his four children, Mark (Dolly) Goodwin, Susan (Larry) Coyle, Kathleen (James) Mahoney, David (Kerry) Goodwin. Tom was a devoted grandfather to ten grandchildren, Sean, Thomas and Colleen Coyle, Declan McInerney, Kaylin and Haydn Mahoney and Delaney, Cameron, Ava and Nolan Goodwin. Also survived by his sister, Phyllis Goodwin, Lawrence (Cheryl) Goodwin of Manhattan; and sister-in-law, Jodie Facchina, as well as many neices and nephews.

Preceded in death by his father, Ralph Henry Goodwin; and mother, Mildred (nee Downs) Goodwin; and his brother, Gordon Goodwin.

Born in Manhattan, IL on March 20, 1934. Tom graduated from Joliet Township High School in 1952. Then served in the Marine Corp as a member of the Drum and Bugle Corp. where he traveled to Hawaii and Japan representing the United States from 1953-1956. After returning home, Thomas went on to Joliet Junior College then Illinois Wesleyan University where he earned a degree in Music Education. He also received a Master's Degree from VanderCook College of Music in Chicago.

After marrying Elizabeth (Betty) Branchaw in 1959, he devoted his talents and love of music as Band Director of the New Lenox Grade School Bands for 31 years. His achievements included the JTHS Band Alumni Association Outstanding Achievement and Distinguished Service Award, the Chicagoland Outstanding Music Educator Award and the Illinois Grade School Music Association Cloyd Myers Memorial Award for Excellence in Music Education.

Thomas was a member of the American Legion Band, Dixieland All-Stars, Dellwood Park Band, Bi-Centenniel Park Band, and Bill Edwards Trio.

Visitation will be held from 3:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December, 17, at Kurtz Memorial Chapel, 102 E. Francis Road, New Lenox. A Mass will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, December 18, at St. Mary Magdalene Church 127 S. Briggs Street, Joliet. Interment SS Cyril & Methodius Cemetery, Joliet.

In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made in Thomas Goodwin's name to the Alzheimer's Association.

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Robert A. Guenzler
Class of 1949
Passed away on
December 30, 2021

Robert A. Guenzler, age 90, a resident of Aurora, IL and a former resident of Joliet and Palos Heights, IL, passed away peacefully on December 30, 2021 at Edward Hospital, Naperville, IL. He was born on September 8, 1931 in Freeport, IL.

Robert is survived by his beloved wife of 68 years, Mary Ann (nee Hagmeyer; his loving daughters, Susan (Herb) Getz, Marsha (Randy Stevens) Guenzler-Stevens, and Pamela (Wayne) DeBoer; his cherished grandchildren, Allison (Dave) Caldwell, Ashley (John) Boumgarden, A.J. (Leeza Papalanis) Getz, Katherine Getz, Amy DeBoer, Matthew (Whitney) DeBoer and great-grandchildren, Helena and Ingrid Boumgarden, and Margot Caldwell. He was preceded in death by his parents, Howard and Josephine Guenzler.

Bob graduated from Joliet Central High School in 1949 where he met his future wife Mary Ann. He received his Bachelors in Music Education from Illinois Wesleyan University. Drafted into the U.S. Army a month after his marriage to Mary Ann in 1953, Bob returned to IWU to earn a Master's in Music degree in 1956.

Bob began his career as a music educator in high schools in Charleston, Illinois and then spent most of his career in District 218 where he taught and/or was an administrator at Eisenhower, Richards, and Shepard High Schools. He was an active member in the Illinois Education Association and the NEA. A leader in the National Association for Music Education, Bob served as the national chair of the Retired Music Teachers Association.

For 28 years Bob was a professional member of the Chicago Symphony Chorus. In retirement, Bob continued to perform in regional choruses, played the French Horn in community orchestras and loved singing in the church choir at Grace United Methodist Church, Naperville.

Memorial donations may be directed to the School of Music at Illinois Wesleyan University.

Inurnment will be at the Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery, Elwood at a later date. Friedrich-Jones Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Naperville was entrusted with arrangements.

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Allen W. Heiland
Class of 1936
Passed away on
May 1, 2012

Heiland, Allen W. Age 93, passed away peacefully Tuesday May 1, 2012 to join his beloved late wife Helen (Gardner) twelve days before their 69th wedding anniversary.

Survived by his two loving sons, Kent A. (Susan) and Scott (Deborah) Heiland; proud grandfather of his four grandchildren, Bryan, Brianne, Craig and Brett Heiland. Preceded in death by his wife, Helen G. (Gardner) Heiland (1996); parents, Henry and Elsie Heiland.

Born October 17, 1918, attended Moran Street Grade School. Graduated from JTHS class of 1936. Member of the JTHS National Championship Band, under the direction of A.R. McAllister. They played at the University of Pennsylvania in the spring of 1936, New York City Civic Opera House and Radio City Music Hall. President Franklin Roosevelt also invited them to play at the White House.

Married Helen, May 13, 1943. After the service Allen, went to Architectural School. Employed by Reisler Store and Equipment Co. Inc. in Chicago until retirement in 1975. He enjoyed his retirement watching his family grow. Allen loved to listen to his 78 records of the 40's big band era. He also liked to go to his grandchildren's functions whether band, sports or dance recitals.

Allen served in the United States Army in Georgia and Texas as a Supply Sergeant and a Bugler. Member of the First Presbyterian Church.

In lieu of flowers donations to the family, Joliet Area Community Hospice or First Presbyterian Church would be appreciated.

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Theodore "Ted" R. Lega
Class of 1962
Passed away on
May 10, 2021

Theodore R Lega of Joliet, age 77, passed away peacefully in the early morning hours of Monday May 10 at Lightways Joliet Hospice with his wife at his side.

Ted is survived by his loving wife of 53 years Marsha Lega and his adored children Ted (Corey) Lega, Stephanie (John) Perella. He is survived by 4 amazing grandchildren, Thea and Ava Lega and JT and Austin Perella. He is survived by brothers, Mark (Karen) Lega, John (Sheryl) Lega and Chris Lega. He is also survived by nieces Allison McSherry, Kristen Lega, Michelle Lega and sister-in-law Kathleen Farrell as well as his beloved dogs Roscoe and Tillie. Ted is predeceased by his parents Marge Lega 2016 and Henry T Lega 1998.

Ted Lega was the consummate musician and educator devoting his life and career to the joy of making and sharing music. Ted graduated from JTHS in 1962. During his college years Lega was a member of the Chicago Civic Orchestra. Ted worked throughout college as the assistant to the band director at the Joliet Central Band. During this time he honed the craft of conducting. Upon graduating from college he took over the Joliet Central band as its director. For 39 years Ted was honored to work with the high school band students of Joliet Central. His standards were high and he always believed the students could achieve these standards. After retirement he started the instrumental music program at Richland School in Crest Hill and helped rescue the Troy school band after the band program was temporary eliminated by the school district. For the past 6 years Ted has volunteered at Amita St, Joe’s hospital with his therapy dog Roscoe.

Ted Lega has received numerous awards during his career including an honorary Doctor's degree form Vandercook School of Music as well as the St. Geniesius Award for cultural achievements, from Lewis University. He was inducted in the prestigious American Band Masters Society. He was also inducted into the City of Joliet Hall of Fame. Ted was honored with the Chicagoland Outstanding Music Educator Lifetime Achievement Award.

In 2015 Ted received 34th Annual Chicago Lifetime Music Award from Martin's International Culture, Inc. Ted received the Leonardo da Vinci Award for Outstanding Achievement in Performing Arts in 2012.

In 1990 Lega took over the leadership of the Teddy Lee Orchestra. The Orchestra was started by Ted's father, Ted Sr. in 1958. Over the years, the orchestra has played for tens of thousands and performed over 9,000 engagements. The orchestra played Chicago Ballrooms, weddings, and charity and corporate events. They have also appeared at Navy Pier, Grant Park Summer Dance and Taste of Chicago.

The family would like to thank the nurses and staff on the 5th floor of Amita St Joe’s as well as the wonderful care at Lightways Hospice formerly Joliet Hospice.

Memorials may be made to the Theodore R. Lega Musical Excellence JTHS Fund, 711 N. Midland Ave Joliet, IL 60435

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Norm Macdonald
Class of 1961
Passed away on
November 15, 2013

Macdonald III, Norman Angus, 71, of San Juan Capistrano, beloved husband, loving father and grandfather, cherished brother, treasured uncle and adored friend, passed from this life to join his Creator on Friday, November 15th at 5 PM after a courageous battle with leukemia.

A memorial service will be held at 11 AM on Monday, November 25th at the Capo Beach Church, Capo Beach, CA, followed by a 12 noon reception and celebration of his life at the San Juan Hills Golf Club. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society at or the South Coast Symphony Orchestra.

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Albert Markel
Class of 1951?
Passed away on
June 18, 2018

Albert Markel, 84, died unexpectedly Monday morning, June 18, 2018. Born in Joliet, IL, he enlisted in the U. S. Army after high school and was stationed at Fort Monroe where he was a member of the USCONARC band.

While at Fort Monroe, Al met Jo Ann Peake and after they were married, they made their home in Hampton where he was manager of a Virginia A.B.C. store. He was a member of First United Methodist Church, Fox Hill and also the International Double Reed Society. He had played oboe in many of the local orchestras, including the Norfolk Symphony (now the Virginia Symphony Orchestra).

Survivors include his wife, Jo Ann Peake Markel; a daughter, Nancy Reynolds and her husband, Van of Hampton; a son, Jeffrey Watson Markel and his wife, Amy of Tampa, FL; and three grandchildren, Megan Markel, Sarah Markel and Madison Reynolds.

Interment will be in Parklawn Memorial Park.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to First United Methodist Church, 1 Salt Pond Road, Hampton, VA 23664.

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Susan Mehon
Joliet Central
Class of 1974
Blue Band Sponsor
Born on
November 30, 1956
Passed away on
April 22, 2023

Susan “Sue” K. Mehon (née Wheeler), age 66, passed away peacefully in the comfort of her own home, Saturday, April 22, 2023. She was a long-time resident of Crest Hill, IL.

Sue was preceded in death by her loving mother and father, Helen and Don Wheeler; and her brother, Jay Wheeler.

Sue is survived and incredibly missed by her loving husband of 41 years, Brian Mehon; and two sons, Eric (Shelley) and Kevin (Carrie). She was also a devoted Nana to her grandson, Ethan. Additionally, she is survived by her sister, Karen Sari (Ted) and brother, Jim Wheeler (Melodie).

Sue encapsulated all of the love, compassion, and nurturing qualities that made her the best wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend. As a woman that was full of life, she loved to travel with her family and friends, enjoying every possible moment & embracing life to the fullest.

The love of music (especially in concert) was one of the strongest shared joys between her and her entire family. Most recently, the whole family attended a Buddy Guy show and were blessed to have one last live music experience together.

Sue and Brian were soulmates that spent almost every single waking moment together in a marriage that exemplified what true love and selflessness look like.

All of the values Sue embodied were directly applied to her nursing career at St Joseph’s Hospital, where she blessed her patients with the care they deserved and needed for 40+ years.

Sue will be missed by all for the rest of our time on earth.

“We love you more today than yesterday, but not as much as we will tomorrow.”

A celebration of Sue’s life will be held on Friday, April 28, 2023 at Tezak Funeral Home, 1211 Plainfield Road, Joliet with a visitation from 3:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. A service will be held in the funeral home chapel at 7:00 p.m. Per Sue’s wishes cremation rites will be accorded following services.

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Wayne Mooney
Joliet East
Class of 1968
Passed away on
January 24, 2021

Wayne Allen Mooney Age 70, a lifelong resident of Joliet, passed away on Sunday, January 24, 2021. Beloved husband of 48 years to Eufemia (Menorca); loving father of Dawn (Curt) Ruch, Jacob (Cindy) Mooney, and Shaun Mooney; cherished grandfather of Julia, Spencer, Gwen, Brayden, Colsen, Aubrey, and Daxen; dear brother of Patricia (William) Scheidt, Lloyd (Toni) Mooney, and Robin Mooney; also survived by numerous loving aunts, cousins, nieces, and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents Edward and Mary Ann Mooney (Allen), and sister Renee Mooney.

He graduated from Joliet East High School, class of 1968 and went on to serve his country proudly in the United States Navy, 1969-1975. He retired from Gompers Junior High School after 35 years of dedicated teaching, and during his teaching, also coached several sports including cross country, wrestling, soccer, and softball, as well as serving as Athletic Director.

Wayne loved music, and was a longtime member of the Joliet American Legion Band. He was a die-hard Chicago White Sox fan, and most of all, enjoyed spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. Wayne was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, mentor, and friend who will always be remembered and never forgotten.

Interment will be private for the family at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood.

In lieu of flowers, donations to Trinity Services, 301 Veterans Pkwy, New Lenox, IL 60451 or to the Joliet American Legion Band, PO Box 2371 Joliet, IL 60434 or would be appreciated.

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Jan Uffelmann
Class of 1962
Passed away on
February 18, 2018

Janice Lynn Uffelmann (nee Hacker) entered eternal life on Sunday, February 18, 2018 peacefully with her family by her side. Born November 5, 1944, in Joliet, Illinois, Janice Lynn was the daughter of Mildred (nee Becker) and George Werner Hacker.

She attended Farragut School where she became a member of the all boys' Joliet Grade School Band playing a marimba. She was in the first graduating class in 1958 from Hufford Junior High and a proud member of the Joliet Township High Band, graduating in 1962 from JT. She attended Joliet Junior College and was a graduate of the University of Illinois, Champaign in 1966.

She was the beloved wife of Orrin Keith Uffelmann for 46 1/2 years; the loving mother of Bradley Allen (Rachel) Uffelmann and Mayme Aileen (Aaron) Studer; sister-in-law of Moleise Hemingway. She also had several first, second, and third cousins. Her beloved pets include, Lancelot, Gandalf and Joe.

Jan was preceded in death by her parents, Milly and George W. Hacker; grandparents, Mayme and William Becker and Anna and George F. Hacker.

Jan taught 3rd grade at Lockport Elementary School from 1966-67 and kindergarten at A.O. Marshall from 1967-73. She volunteered in the library at Eisenhower Academy while her children attended school, and she was room mother and chaperoned on all field trips. In 1982, Brad joined the Joliet Grade School Band, playing clarinet, thus opening the door for many years of fitting, repairing, cleaning and ordering many new Joliet Grade School Band Uniforms while both Brad and Mayme were in the band; a job she adored. In 1984, she became a member of the Joliet American Legion Band, where she served as secretary for 11 years. After resigning from Joliet American Legion Band, she joined the JJC Community Band and helped form the Joliet Township High School Alumni Band, where she was treasurer. In 2011, she was confirmed as a member of St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church where her great-grandparents, Jacob and Maria Elizabeth Werner and Christian and Sophia Hacker, were married in the mid 1800's; became a member of the Ladies Auxiliary and the Altar Guild, where she was treasurer. She loved sewing, making many of her outfits, her children's and a few for her husband. In the late 90's, she became interested in genealogy, just wanting to locate the origin of her great-grandparents, but finding many relatives that became friends. She was an avid Colorado Avalanche fan attending many games in Denver.

The family would like to thank the staff of Joliet Area Hospice, the Infusion Center at Silver Cross Hospital, 6-2 at Silver Cross Hospital, 4 East at Presence St. Joseph Hospital, Dr. Grace Suh, and the staff of the University of Chicago Comprehensive Cancer Center at Silver Cross Hospital.

Lying in state at St. Peter Lutheran Church, 310 N. Broadway St., Friday, February 23rd from 9:00 A.M. until time of services at 10:00 A.M. Rev. Karl Hess officiating. Interment Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorials to ASPCA, Paws Chicago, Tree House, Animal House Shelter Huntley and St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church will be appreciated.

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