Brust Funeral Home COVID Protocols 5/1/
As we re-enter Phase 4 of the Restore Illinois, we are taking precautions to ensure the safety of the attendees here at the funeral home. All attendees are required to wear a mask. There are multiple sanitizing stations throughout the building. If you are feeling sick, we encourage you to share a memory on our online tribute wall.
Keep in mind that you can still have funerals, visitations, burials, and cremations. Our compassionate funeral directors have adapted to the current situation. For families that have lost a loved one or are looking to make pre-arrangements, we now offer remote arrangements upon request. Currently, there is only one funeral service a day at the funeral home. Loved ones will have the entire building to themselves for services conducted at Brust Funeral home.
We offer a live-streaming service, per family request, to those who are unable to attend. We encourage those to who cannot attend to visit our online obituary web page. There, friends can share memories and let families know you are thinking of them during a difficult time.
Kyle Sanders Goes to the 57th Annual Chicago International Film Festival
There I was, sitting in an AMC theater surrounded by my fellow film nerds--er, um, critics--settling down, getting comfortable, offering up some friendly chit-chat, when a moment we were all too familiar with took place: the dimming of the lights. We were quickly advised to turn off our cell phones
Patricia Anne Henry Scull, 84
Patricia Anne Henry Scull (age 84), beloved wife of the late Enoch “Nick” Scull, passed away on October 5, , in Oregon, IL. She was born on March 29, , to Paul and Elsie (Thompson) Henry in Hinsdale, IL. She was a long-time resident of the Plano / Sandwich area
Mary Ellen Matthies, 82
Mary Ellen Matthies (nee Leavitt), 82, died peacefully in her sleep on April 10, Born on May 17, to Eloise and Charles Leavitt, she grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Cedar Falls, Iowa. She graduated in from the State College of Iowa. After teaching four years in Davenport, she married the late Rich Matthies in and they raised their family in Oak Park. She worked at the Oak Park Regional Housing Center. She played an integral role in the founding of this acclaimed agency, which discovered ways to prevent blockbusting and promote integrated housing in the western Chicago suburbs. She also served in leadership positions in various League of Women Voters chapters and was a member and enthusiastic volunteer at various Unitarian Universalist churches. In their later years, she and her husband lived in Downers Grove. The last few years of her life, she loved living at Brookdale in Lisle.
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NORMAL — Frederick Ernest Jarka, 84, of Normal, passed away Sept. 19, , peacefully, at his home. Fred was born Dec. 25, , in Chicago, the son of Ernest and Hilda (Ruetz) Jarka. He married Diana DeFoe, of Elmhurst, on Dec. 12, He served in the U.S. Army in
Robert B. Allen Sr.
JOLIET—Robert B. Allen Sr., 96, of Joliet, passed away Monday, Oct. 11, at Heritage Health of Dwight. Born Feb. 8, in Braceville, Robert Brighton was the son of Charles and Josephine (Giaudrone) Allen. He was raised in Braceville and graduated from Gardner-South Wilmington High School with the class of Following graduation, Bob was attending University of Illinois College of Engineering at Urbana before enlisting into the United States Navy on Feb. 5, He honorably served through the conclusion of WWII and was discharged on May 30,
Yvonne Cisco, 74
Yvonne Cisco, 74, died peacefully on Oct. 5, Born on Feb. 25, in Louisville, Kentucky, to Catherine Cash and George Hipps, she graduated from Illinois State University in and spent the next 12 years as a teacher in Los Angeles and Chicago, before moving into social work, health advocacy and consultancy, and later earning a master’s degree in Human Services Administration, and a doctorate of Christian Education in Administration.
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Charmaine Helen Soukup, 93
Charmaine Helen Soukup, age 93 of Yorkville, IL passed away on Thursday, October 7, at Presence Mercy Hospital in Aurora, IL. She was born on August 9, in Chicago, IL the daughter of Clayton and Mae (Vlk) Thiery. Charmaine was united in marriage to Mr. Edward J. Soukup
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Obituary: Franne Dickinson, neé Harrison
Franne Dickinson, neé Harrison, was born on June 22nd, in Chicago, IL to Lois (Estes) and Robert Harrison. She was preceded in death by her mother and father, brothers Donald Harrison and Robert Harrison (Jean), and her dear husband, Duane Dickinson. She is survived by her beloved children, Jeff
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Tim Monaghan, age 58, of Holland, passed away Thursday, October 7, Tim loved life, his family, his Irish heritage, and his country. Tim earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from Cornerstone University of Grand Rapids, Michigan, an Associate of Arts degree from the School of Culinary Arts of Grand Rapids, Michigan, and an Associate of Science degree in Media Production from the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois. He had a wonderful career as a chef and volunteered for many years as a docent to The Holland Historical Trust Museum.
Kankakee Daily Journal
COAL CITY — Matthew Robert Vignocchi, 37, of Coal City, passed away unexpectedly Saturday (Oct. 9, ) at Riverside Medical Center in Kankakee. He was born Sept. 3, , in Joliet. Matthew graduated from Coal City High School with the class of In his junior and senior years, he enjoyed attending the Grundy Area Vocational Center (GAVC).
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COAL CITY—Lucille Quayle, 95, of Coal City, passed away peacefully with her daughters by her side on Friday, Oct. 8, at the Lightways Hospice Home in Joliet. Born March 9, in Joliet, Lucille was the seventh of 14 born to Charles Joseph and Gertrude Evelyn (Howard) Haldorson. She was raised in Symerton before the family moved to a farm on Whitetie Road north of Carbon Hill. Lucille attended Carbon Hill School and went on to graduate from Coal City High School with the class of On June 25, , Lucille married Royce Quayle in Assumption Catholic Church in Coal City, and together they made their home and raised their family in Custer Park.
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Ruth Teru “Terri” McAfee
Ruth Teru McAfee LaVernia, TX - Teru “Terri” McAfee, 68, died at a.m., Friday, October 8, , at Methodist Metropolitan Hospital in San Antonio, Texas after a long battle with cancer. She was born in Chicago, Illinois on Friday, February 13, , the second oldest of four army brats
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Ronald Norman Bessemer, 84
Ronald Norman Bessemer, 84, died on Tuesday, Sept. 14, in Hillsboro after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease. Visitation will be held Saturday, Oct. 23, from to p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church in Mt. Olive. An additional memorial visitation will be held Saturday, Nov. 6, from until p.m., the start of the funeral service, which all takes place at Ahlgrim & Sons Funeral and Cremation Services, West Golf Road in Schaumburg, IL.
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Norma B. Ross
Norma B. Ross (nee Hansen), age 96, of Bradenton, Florida, passed away on October 1, Born on April 24, in Chicago, Illinois, to her parents Adolph and Anna (nee Warnecke) Hansen. Beloved wife of the late Frank G. Ross Sr. for 67 years. Loving mother of Sandy L. (Don) Enright of Bradenton Fla, Kathy A. (Owen) Kaveney of Des Plaines, Illinois, Frank G. (Theresa) Ross Jr. of Bradenton, Fla., Dan (Penny) Ross of Merrill, Wisconsin, and the late Nancy L. (Lee) Fioretto. Cherished grandmother of Debbie (Tim) McEnery, Donna (Michael) Manzella, Dawn (Ed) Benoit, Nancy Smola, Don Enright Jr., Brian (Christy) Enright, Pam (Keith) Endo, Jeff (Kelly) Kaveney, Tom (Megan) Kaveney, Katie (Shaun) Whalen, Jenny Kaveney (Evan), Beth, Marissa and Maureen Ross, Dan (Jennifer) Ross Jr., and Chrissy (Dan) Writz. Norma was the loving Great Grandma to 22 children. Patrick, Maggie, Matt, Mikaela, Andrew, Nikki, Dylan, Alex, Abby, Bailey, Jamie, Jake, Jenna, Emily, Aston, Joseph, Phoenix, Savannah, Lauren, Brooke, Taylor, and Paige. Dear sister of the late Jerry, Lenard, Warren Hansen, Adelle Jubert and Olive Nikolich. Visitation will be taking place on Tuesday, October 12, beginning at p.m. until p.m. at G.L. Hills Funeral Home, Graceland Avenue, Des Plaines, Illinois Funeral Service will be taking place on Wednesday, October 13, at a.m at the funeral home followed by burial in Acacia Park Cemetery, Norridge, Illinois. For information please call () or glhillsfuneralhome.com.
Obituary: James L. Henderson
James L. Henderson, Sgt. C.P.D., U.S. Army Veteran, age 75, of Beecher, formerly of Chicago, IL, passed away peacefully on Saturday, October 9, Loving husband of Carol A. Henderson, nee Clifford. Devoted father of Mary Margaret (Robert) Matyn. Dear brother of William Henderson, and the late Mary Ann Matern. Devoted and cherished uncle to many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents Enoch and Lorretta Henderson.
Meet Your Neighbor: John Sarantos
John Sarantos, 72, lives in Midland. He’s a graduate of Midland High. He attended Eastern Michigan, the Goodman School of Drama in Chicago, part of the Art Institute of Chicago, and then earned a degree in filmmaking from Columbia College Chicago. At age 40, he decided to go back to college, first attending CMU and then he transferred to Winona State in Minnesota where he earned a bachelor’s in education. He’s lived in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, Louisville, Dallas, Houston. St. Paul, Milwaukee, Eugene, and Canton, Georgia. His parents moved to Midland when he was a year old. His dad was a partner in a fish and chips restaurant in Midland, the Bluebird Café, and the M & S Restaurant on Main Street. His Uncle Nick owned Nick’s Anchor Inn at Eastman and Saginaw Road.
Cullen "Jackie" Fletcher, Jr.
Cullen "Jackie" Fletcher, Jr., age 77, of Chicago, Ill., formerly of Atkins, Ark., died Tuesday, September 28, , at Grove Rehabilitation Center in LaGrange Park, Ill. He was born June 9, , in Wardell, Mo., to Cullen Fletcher, Sr. and Radia Willis Fletcher. Jackie was the eldest of 12 siblings
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