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Obituaries for Oct. 9

CRAIG CHICADE

Craig

S. Chicade, a resident of Summit and the longtime owner and dance instructor of

Cregmond Dance Studio, died Sunday, Sept. 28, at the age of 90.

He

served in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II.

Survivors

include many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews.

He

was preceded in death by two brothers and two sisters.

Visitation

and services were held Saturday, Oct. 4, at Foran Funeral Home, Summit.

Entombment was in Resurrection Cemetery Mausoleum, Justice.

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THOMAS HARMSEN

Thomas “Skip” Harmsen, a resident of

Lemont, formerly of the Garfield Ridge area a retired Chicago police officer,

died Monday, Sept. 29, in Rush Medical Hospital at the age of 67.

He was a veteran of U.S. Navy and

was the owner & operator of Midway Shuttle Bus Co.

Survivors include his wife,

Christine (nee Strama); one daughter, Sarah; and many sisters-in-law,

brothers-in-law, nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his

parents, Cornelius and Hazel (nee Donnelly) Harmsen; one sister, Marjorie

(Conrad) Christensen; and one brother, Arthur (Barbara) Harmsen.

Visitation was held Thursday, Oct.

2, at Zarzycki Manor Chapels, Willow Springs. Funeral services were held

Friday, Oct. 3, at the funeral home followed by interment in Fairmount-Willow

Hills Cemetery, Willow Springs.

JEAN HRUBECKY

Jean

G. Hrubecky (nee Hildebrandt), a resident of North Riverside and a jewelry

saleswoman, died Tuesday, Sept. 30, at the age of 77.

She

was a member and past secretary of theMater Christi Church Women’s Guild.

Survivors

include her husband, Ronald M. Hrubecky; one son, Thomas G. (Catherine)

Hrubecky; one daughter, Pamela G. (Howard) Mulligan; 3 grandchildren; and one

brother, James Hildebrandt.

She

was preceded in death by her sister, Shirley Killion.

Visitation

was held Thursday, Oct. 2, at Hitzeman Funeral Home, Brookfield. Funeral

services were held Friday, Oct. 3, from the funeral home to Mater Christi

Church, North Riverside. Interment was in Queen of Heaven Cemetery.

JEAN KARPIE-KOLADYCZ

Jean Karpie-Koladycz (nee Perz), a

resident of Maryville, Tennessee, formerly of the Archer Heights area, died

Tuesday, Sept. 30, at the age of 96.

Survivors include one sister-in-law,

Lillian (the late Stanley) Koladycz; and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her

first husband, John Karpie; her second husband, Bruno Koladycz; her parents,

Frank and Louise Perz; and three sisters, Sophie (Edward) Swartz, Mary

(Stanley) Gondek and Eleanor (Jerry) Stritesky.

Visitation was held Sunday, Oct. 5,

at Zarzycki Manor Chapels, Chicago. Funeral services were held Monday, Oct. 6,

from the funeral home to St. Bruno Church, Chicago. Interment was in

Resurrection Cemetery, Justice.

SYL LULINSKI

Syl

Lulinski, a resident of La Grange Park and a pharmacist, died Friday, Sept. 19,

in his home at the age of 84.

He was born

at home in Chicago on Feb. 7, 1930, the only son of the late Sylvester

E.and Martha (nee Paluch) Lulinski.

He

graduated from St. Ignatius High School in 1947 and studied Philosophy at

Loyola University for three years.

He

served in the Korean War as a USAF Staff Sergeant.

He

attended the University of Illinois College of Pharmacy from 1955-1959 where he

met his wife and would have celebrated 55 years of marriage on Oct 10. Together

they owned Lulinski Pharmacy.

Lulinski

worked as Chief Pharmacist at Holy Cross Hospital and held various sales

management positions.

He

was voted into the ACC Hall of Fame in 1989 and the annual Syl Lulinski

Tournament of Champions is named for him that is held each year in Reno,

NV.

Survivors

include his wife, Phyllis; one daughter, Darice Martha Grzybowski; one

grandson, Jeffrey Sylvester Grzybowski; one brother-in-law, Jack Dybalski; one

sister-in-law, Rosalie (Rick) Malter; and many nieces and nephews.

He

was preceded in death by his sister, Dr. Dolores Lulinski-Dybalski.

A

memorial service will be held Saturday, Oct. 18, at 11 a.m. in Harry Caray’s

Restaurant, 70 Yorktown Center, Lombard. Arrangements were handled by Hitzeman

Funeral Home, Ltd., Brookfield.

RUTH LUSTHOFF

Ruth I. Lusthoff (nee Koenig), a resident of Riverside and a piano

teacher, died Thursday, Oct. 2, at the age of 95.

Beloved wife of the late William G. Lusthoff; fond mother of

Survivors include one son, Craig (Alice) Lusthoff; one daughter,

Ruth Anne (James) Brendemuhl; and 5 grandchildren.

Visitation was held Sunday, Oct. 5, at Hitzeman Funeral Home,

Brookfield Funeral services were held Monday, Oct. 6, at St Paul Lutheran

Church, Brookfield. Interment was in Bethania Cemetery, Justice.

CZESLAW MAGIERA

Czeslaw Jan Magiera, a resident of the Archer Heights area and a

retired dispatch operator, died Sunday, Oct. 5, at the age of 83.

Survivors include his wife, Genowefa

(nee Cholewa); three daughters, Marta Magiera, Barbara (Artur) Gajoch and

Renata Waliszewska-Pakula; 4 grandchildren; two sisters, Zofia (Marian) Pis and

Irena (Franciszek) Koziol; and many nieces and nephews.

Visitation was held Wednesday, Oct.

8, at Zarzycki Manor Chapels, Ltd. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Oct. 9,

from the funeral home to St. Mary of Czestochowa Church. Interment was in

Resurrection Cemetery.

CECILIA RAINERI

Cecilia

L. Raineri, age 86, passed away shortly after her husband of 69 years, Pete

Raineri. She was a lifetime member of VFW Post 6963 and past president of the

Ladies Auxiliary.

Survivors

include three daughters, Joanne (Lawrence) Burda, Susan (Anthony) Balich and

Maryann Raineri Painter; one son, Peter (Angela) Raineri; 10 grandchildren; and

12 great-grandchildren

Visitation

and services were held Monday, Oct. 6, at Modell Funeral Home, Darien followed

by entombment in Resurrection Cemetery Garden Mausoleum, Justice.

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