John Adams, Jr. age 95, of Crown Point anesthetized abroad Wednesday, April 9, 2003. Survived by two daughters: Dolores Arrensen of Merrillville and Gerri (Joe) Cotner of New Providence, Iowa; four grandchildren: David (Becky) Arrensen of Carmel, IN, Rnda Hall of Fairmount, MN, John (Lorna) Cotner of Fredericksburg, VA and Jason (Jodi) Cotner of Owatonna, MN; bristles great-grandchildren: Leah, Eric, Matthew, Elizabeth and Brittany; brother: Edward (Ann) Adams of California. Preceded in afterlife by wife Mary, brother Mike Adams and sister Olga Cochran.
Mr. Adams was a affiliate of Our Lady of Consolation Abbey and was a retired stocker from the Gary Sheet and Tin Mill at U.S. Steel with 47 years of service.
Friends may alarm at Pruzin Brothers Burial Service, 6360 Broadway, Merrillville on Friday from 6:00-8:00 P.M. Burial casework will be captivated Saay, April 12, 2003 at 9:30 A.M. from the Pruzin Brothers Chapel and 10:00 A.M. at Our Lady of Consolation Abbey with Rev. Joseph Vamos officiating. At blow Calvary Cemetery. Memorials are adopted to the Colonial Nursing Home Activities Fund.
Mary Caroline Claudy (nee Phillippe) age 81 of Indianapolis, anesthetized abroad on April 10, 2003. Built-in in Frankfort, IN August 20, 1921. Retired in 1990 from Valparaiso University. Affiliate of Brookston Chapter of the Order of Estern Star, Breden Canonizing United Metdist church, Terre Haute, IN; advance at the administration Place West in Indianapolis, IN.
Survived by three daughters: Janice Holmgren, Sheila Tilton and Becky Roberson; bristles sisters, Phyllis Clear, Edith Beatty, Marytha Clear, Joyce Robbins, Doris Barber and three brothers, Charles, Bill and John Phillippe; seven grandchildren and bristles great-grandchildren.
Funeral Saay, April 12, 2003 at 1:00 P.M. at Flanner-Buchanan Burial Centermost Speedway, Indianapolis, IN. Calling Friday 5:00 to 8:00 P.M. at the burial center. Graveside account at the Greenlawn Cemetery in Frankfort, IN at 3:00 P.M. on Saay. Canonizing contributions to Lympma Society or Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America. INFO: 317-387-1020
Dyer, IN / Sauk Village, IL
Matthew A. Dudzik, age 87, backward of Dyer, aforetime of Sauk Village anesthetized abroad at Regency Place on April 9, 2003. Admired bedmate of the backward Madeline C. Dudzik (nee Aldrich). Adherent ancestor of John (Louise), Paul (Sharon), Gerard (Joan), the backward Robert and Tommy Dudzik. Baby grandfathering of Deanna Lynn (Pat) Pfeifer, Tammy (Robert) Rauch, Christopher (Beth), Robert (Karen), Michael, Kenneth, Lindsay, Amy and Matthew Dudzik. Proud great-grandfather of Abby, Valerie and William Rauch and Benjamin and Sophia Pfeifer. Admiring brother of John S. Dudzik. Kind uncle of Scott and Gary Dudzik.
Visitation Friday 2:00 to 9:00 p.m. Burial Saay 9:00 a.m. from Trnridge Burial Home (Jz Ancestors Burial Service), 15801 S. Cottage Grove Ave., (four blocks Arctic of 162nd St. (Rt 6), Dolton/South Holland to St. James Church, M 10:00 a.m. Interment, Mt. Olivet Cemetery. 708-841-2300 or 708-460-2300.
Sharyn E. Curnutt, age 56, of Hammond, IN, anesthetized abroad Tuesday, April 8, 2003 at St. Antny Hoe, Crown Point. Sharyn is survived by one sister, Barbara Cummins of Hammond; two nephews, David Ringwater, Jr. of Jeffersonville, IN and Gary Ringwater of Whiting, IN. Preceded in afterlife by her parents, Ronald and Ona Cummins.
A Canonizing Account will be captivated on Saay afternoon, April 12, 2003 at 3:00 p.m. at the Virgil Huber Burial Home Chapel, 7051 Kennedy Ave., Hessville, IN, with Pastor Paul Speerbrecker officiating. Appearance will be captivated at the burial me on Saay from 2:00 p.m. until time of service. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Antny Hoe would be appreciated.
Marie Dworniczek, age 80 of Calumet City, Bernadine Manor, anesthetized abroad Wednesday, April 9, 2003 at the Windmill Nursing Home, South Holland, IL.
Survived by her two sons: Leonard (Patricia) of Lansing, IL, Daniel (Dawn) of Schererville, IN, one granddaughter: Kelly of Hoboken, NJ, three sisters: Sonia of France, Tresa Marciniak, Auloria Balasowe, both of Poland, sisters in law Betty Rys, Lottie Molnar. She was preceded in afterlife by her bedmate Leonard.
Funeral casework will be captivated Saay, April 12, 2003 at 9:15 a.m. from the Schroeder-Lauer Burial Home, 3227 Ridge Rd., Lansing, IL to St. Andrews Church, Calumet City, IL for M at 10:00 a.m. Accompany may appointment with the ancestors on Friday from 2:00 to 9:00 p.m. Marie was built-in in Poland and lived in France for several years breadth she met her bedmate Leonard during WWII. She was a affiliate of St. Andrews Abbey and a retired clothier from Gibbons Clothing Factory in East Chicago, IN. A above affiliate of the Senior Polka Assoc. and United Polka Assoc.
Richard P. Elisha, age 69, of Hobart, anesthetized abroad on Sunday, April 6, 2003. Rich was the above owner/Pharmacist of the Beach Pharmacy in Miller. He was a alum of Purdue University, a affiliate of the John Purdue Club and the Supervisor's Club. He was a adept of the U.S. Air Force.
He is survived by wife, Marianne Elisha of Hobart; two sons: Jeff (Julie) Elisha of Portage and Greg (Audrey) Elisha of Downers Grove, IL; one daughter: Becky (Tim) Molter of Ft. Wayne, IN; and seven grandchildren.
Memorial Casework will be captivated on Saay, April 12, 2003 at 11:00 A.M. at the First United Metdist Abbey of Hobart, 654 E. 4th Street, Hobart, IN with Rev. Larry Whitehead officiating. Cremation at the Burns Burial Home Crematory will announce the canonizing services. There will be no visitation. Contributions may be fabricated to the American Blight Society. Burns Burial Home, (Hobart), bend of Rt.51 & 7th Street in allegation of arrangements.
William Kenneth Fields of Chicago, Illinois, aforetime of Paducah, Kentucky. A 27 year Welder at Ford Motor Co., Chicago Assembly Plant. Admiring bedmate of Bessie N. (nee Powell). Ancestor of Kenneth D. (Jackie) Fields of Crete, IL and Kevin L. (Nahi) Fields of Honolulu, Hawaii. Grandfathering of eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Brother of Leo (Gladys) Fields and Louise Fields, one niece, Patricia Solomon and one nephew, Edward Rudolf, all of Kentucky.
Visitation will be Saay, April 12th at the Lightuse Community Abbey of the Nazarene, 2158-175th Street, Lansing, IL (708)474-9045 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.. Burial casework Saay, 11:00 a.m. at the Church. Entombment, Oakland Memory Lanes Cemetery, Dolton, Illinois. Arrange completed by the Crete Burial Home, 1182 Main St., Crete, IL 60417 (708)672-7600.
John "Jack" E. Flint, age 93, of Hammond, anesthetized abroad on Wednesday, April 9, 2003 at Southlake Nursing & Rehab in Merrillville, IN. John is survived by one son, John (Dawn) Flint Jr. of Hessville; daughter, Maura (Gerald) Ludwig of Rockford, MI; four sisters: Agnes Walker of Lansing, IL, Mary Fisher of Lynwood, IL, Jean Sanford of Southgate, MI and Marcella Moore of Seattle, WA; grandson: John E. Flint III of Hessville; and abundant nieces and nephews. John was preceded in afterlife by his admiring wife, Mary Catherine.
Visitation Friday, 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Virgil Huber Burial Home Chapel. Burial casework Saay, April 12, 2003, 9:15 a.m. prayers from the Virgil Huber Burial Home, 7051 Kennedy Ave., Hessville, IN. 10:00 a.m. M of Christian Burial at St. Catherine of Siena Abbey with Ancestor Larry Kew celebrating. Burial will chase at St. John/St. Joseph Cemetery, Hammond.
John was built-in in Michigan and was aloft and abounding academy in Whiting, IN. He confused to Hammond in 1952. He served in the U.S. Army during WWII. He formed for Standard Oil as an Engineer in the boiler allowance for 40 years. John was a affiliate of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Abbey and Knights of Columbus St. Alfred Council #4933.
Linda Sue Fyte, age 52, of Poplar Bluff, MO, died in her mother's me of breast blight on March 25, 2003. Built-in and aloft in Hammond, IN, she spent abundant of her developed activity in Naperville and Lombard, IL, afore affairs a me in Poplar Bluff in 1999. She is survived by her mother, Gladys Fyte of Poplar Bluff; two sisters, Carol (Cliff Tower) Cramer of White Bear Lake, MN and Sharon Fyte of Poplar Bluff; aunts, Marie Fajt of St. Louis and Dean (Billie) Northington of Malden, MO; nieces, nephew, great-nephews and cousins and accompany beyond the U.S. and in the Czech Republic. Her father, Jerry Fyte, preceded her in death.
Linda accelerating from Indiana University Bloomington and afterwards advised agronomics at DuPage College in Illinios. She added afresh had been self-employed as a mural designer, day banker and accountant. Interment at Woodlawn Cemetery in Campbell MO will be private. Cotrell Burial Home, Poplar Bluff, is administration arrangements. Memorials to Missouri Prairie Foundation, Box 200, Columbia MO 65205
Holly A. Graham, age 51, of Crown Point, Indiana died Wednesday afternoon, April 9, 2003 at me with her ancestors by her ancillary afterwards an continued illness. Mrs. Graham was built-in on March 31, 1952 in Chicago, Illinois to James F. Berry w preceded her in afterlife in August of 1984 and Dorothy (Stec) Berry w survives in Crown Point, Indiana. On January 15, 1971, in Saint Joseph, Michigan, as the above Holly Berry, she affiliated Gene J. Graham w survives in Crown Point, Indiana. Other survivors accommodate her admiring babe Tracey J. (Todd) Smith, her admiring son James A. Graham, and her admiring sister, Cindy H. (Tmas) Staton all of wm are of Crown Point, Indiana. Additionally actual are her two admiring grandchildren, Tucker J. and Sadie K. Smith, both of Crown Point, Indiana. Holly was a admiring and adherent wife, mother and memaker for her family, and was a affectionate affiliate of the Roman Catlic Church. Ancestors and accompany may appointment with the ancestors of Mrs. Graham on Monday, April 14, 2003 from 5
to 6 p.m. with burial ser
vices afterward at 6 o'clock p.m. in the Ridgelawn Burial Home Chapel, 4201 West Ridge Road (219)980-5555 with the Reverend Ronald D. Cooper, Chaplain of the Ridgelawn Burial Home officiating. At the family's appeal there will be clandestine ancestors services. Canonizing contributions may be fabricated on account of Mrs. Graham to the donors cice. Holly will be acutely absent by her admiring ancestors and abounding friends.
Barbara J. Handley, age 62, a constant citizen of Lake Station, anesthetized abroad Thursday, April 10, 2003 at St. Mary Medical Centermost in Hobart. She was a longtime agent of Pepe's Mexican Restaurant breadth she waited tables. She enjoyed all kinds of crafts and oil painting. She will be remembered by her ancestors as a admirable memaker, admiring wife, mother, and grandmother.
Barbara is survived by her admired bedmate of 34 years, Loren, son, Robert A. Perry of Lake Station, daughter, Rebecca A. (Floyd) Mathews of Hobart, sister, Charlotte (James) Scheuer of Lake Station and grandson, David Lewis of Hobart. She was preceded in afterlife by her parents, Lytton and Bertha Tyndall.
Memorial casework will be captivated 2:00 P.M. Saay, April 12, 2003 in Rees Burial Home, Olson Chapel, 5341 Central Ave., Portage, with Deacon Robert Bonta officiating. Canonizing contributions may be fabricated to Children's Miracle Network. For added capacity amuse alarm 219-762-3013.
Sanford Russell Haun, age 78, of Cedar Lake, IN anesthetized abroad Tuesday, April 8, 2003 at St. Antny's Medical Centermost in Crown Point.
Survived by children: Rosilyn Bohling of Kentland, IN, Russell (Liz) Haun of Ft. Myers, FL, Becky Sltes of Kentland, IN, Cecil (Julie) Haun of Dyer, IN; 16 grandchildren and 17 abundant grandchildren. Preceded in afterlife by Frances E. Haun in 1990.
He was a WWII veteran. Accompany may alarm Friday 2:00-7:00 p.m. at Eller-Brady Burial Home, 8510 Lake S Dr., Cedar Lake, IN 46303. Casework Saay, April 12, 2003 at 10:00 a.m. Rev. Tmas Shanahan officiating. Burial at Chapel Lawn Cemetery in Schererville, IN.
Robert J. Kobeszka, age 71 of Lansing, IL, anesthetized abroad on Tuesday, April 8, 2003 afterwards a adventuresome action with cancer. He is survived by his wife Colletta of 52 years. Two daughters Caren (Wayne) Mohr and Cynthia (Kevin) Houlihan, one son, Robert J. Jr. Grandchildren Wayne, Jamie, Kelly, Theresa, Wesley, Kyle (fiance Endina) and Sheena, abundant grandchildren Austin, Steven, Storm, Zoe, Jasmine and Christian, brother, Jerry; abundant nieces and nephews; and mother-in-law, Ethel Abell. Preceded in afterlife by brothers, Arthur, Clarence (Kobe), Bernard (Rusty), sisters-in- law, Rosie and Betty Kobeszka and grandson, Phillip Abell.
Funeral casework Saay at 8:45 A.M. at Rosemoor Burial Home, 17943 S. Torrence Ave., Lansing, IL to St. Victors Abbey M at 9:30 A.M. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. Appearance Friday from 2:00 to 9:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, canonizing donations to the Lansing or Calumet City Food Pantry. Robert formed at I.H.B. Railroad for over 43 years. Affiliate Lansing Knight of Columbus Adept of the Korean War. He additionally spent a few years of his adolescence beneath the affliction of Fr. Flanagin of Boys Town. 708-474-2404.
Eileen M. Konya, 88, of Schererville, aforetime of Whiting, anesthetized abroad Monday April 7, 2003 at the Saint Margaret Mercy Healthcare Center, Hammond. She was the admired babe of the backward George and Mary (Powell) Konya. She is survived by baby cousins, Rita Powell, Gertrude Pietranczyk, Sr. Niclas Tosseny, Richard Powell, Joseph Powell, Eileen Cummings, Edward Papach and David Papach; baby cousins and caregivers, Kim and Shawn Conley.
Funeral casework will be captivated Saay, April 12, 2003, 10:30 a.m. at St. Michael the Archangel Church, Schererville with the Rev. Martin J. Dobrzynski officiating. Interment, St. John Cemetery, Hammond. Appearance at the Baran Burial Home, 1235 - 119th St. Whiting Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. and at the abbey Saay from 10 a.m. until time of services. Parish deathwatch account at the burial me Friday at 5:30 p.m.
Eileen was built-in on March 7, 1915 in Whiting, Indiana and was constant citizen of the Calumet Region. A alum of Whiting High Academy and a affiliate of St. Michael the Archangel Church, Schererville. 219-659-4400.
Andrew Paul Kovacik, age 91, of Hammond, IN anesthetized abroad Tuesday, April 8, 2003 at The Community Hospital, Munster, IN. He is survived by his wife, Amelia; four children, Andrea (Jim) Vargo of St. Charles, IL, Charlotte (Noel) Vargo of Denver, CO, Richard (Cindy) Kovacik of Orland Park, IL and Nancy (Tom) Vlas of Munster, IN; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; one brother, Lawrence (Marion) Kovacik of Ogden Dunes, IN; one sister-in-law, Joy Kovacik of Whiting, IN; abundant nieces and nephews. Preceded in afterlife by his parents, Susan and Lawrence Kovacik; four brothers, Steve Kovacik, Peter (Mary) Kovacik, John (Stella) Kovacik and Tony( Helen) Kovacik and one sister, Theresa (Chris) Metros.
Funeral casework will be captivated Saay, April 12, 2003 at 9:30 a.m. from LaHayne Burial Home, 6955 Southeastern Ave., Hammond, IN and 10:00 AM M from St. John Bosco Church, 7113 Columbia Ave., Hammond, IN with Rev. Ian Williams officiating. Burial, St. John Cemetery, Hammond, IN. Accompany are arrive to accommodated with the ancestors on Friday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. at LaHayne Burial Home. Prayer account Friday at 6 PM at the burial me.
Mr. Kovacik was a lifetime citizen of this area, a retired Inspector from Inland Steel Co. breadth he formed for 46 years, a US Army Adept of WW II confined in the Aggressive Police attention German Prisoners and was awarded the American Campaign Medal, Good Conduct Medal and World War II Victory Medal. He had a affection for affable and fishing and was a affiliate of St. John Bosco Church, Hammond, IN, Knights of Columbus Msgr. Connolly Council #1700 of East Chicago, IN, w will conduct casework at 7 p.m. Friday; and American Legion Allied Post #369 of East Chicago, IN, w will conduct canonizing casework at 7:30 p.m. on Friday at the burial me and abounding aggressive ceremoniousness on Saay at the cemetery. Information 219-845-3600.
Eugene "Ginks)"Kowal, age 70 of East Chicago, anesthetized Tuesday, April 8, 2003. Survived by two brothers: Henry (Elsie) Kowal of Crown Point and Edward Kowal of Merrillville, six sisters: Lottie (late John) Duracz of Merrillville, Bernice (Al) Sitnick of Georgia, Josephine (late Walter) Wawro of Lansing, IL, Wanda (late Joseph) Rogowski of Griffith, Patricia (Richard) Spanton of Minnetonka, Minnesota, Barbara (Raymon) Clark of Fairfield Glade, Tennessee, one brother-in-law, Robert (late Emily) Walsh of Munster, appropriate friend, Loretta Gargas of Crown Point, abundant nieces and nephews. Preceded in afterlife by his parents Jozes and Tekla Kowal, sisters, Emily Walsh and Eleanore Lozinski.
Funeral casework will be captivated Saay, April 12, 2003 at 9:30 a.m. at the Lesniak Burial Home, 4918 Magoun, East Chicago, IN and a 10:00 a.m. M at St. Stanislaus Abbey with Msgr. John J. Siekierski officiating. Burial Holy Cross Cemetery in Calumet City, IL. Accompany may alarm at the Lesniak Burial Home for appearance on Friday from 3:00 to 8:00 p.m. Rosary account at 3:30 p.m.
Mr. Kowal was a constant citizen of East Chicago. A alum of Roosevelt High Academy in 1950. A retired agent of LTV Steel Company.
Bruno I. Kozlowski, 82, of Hammond anesthetized abroad Tuesday, April 8, 2003. Survived by his wife of 54 years, Gertrude (nee Burski); one daughter, Carolyn (Tmas) Zabrecky of Crown Point; one son, Ronald Kozlowski of Hammond; two grandsons, PFC Bryan Zabrecky and David Zabrecky, both of Crown Point; two sisters-in-law, Helen (late Gus) Kozlowski of Whiting and Marge (late John) Burski of Hammond; several nieces and nephews. Preceded in afterlife by parents, Ignatius and Sophie, sister, Anna (late Walter) Kruczek and brother, Gus (Helen) Kozlowski.
Funeral casework Saay, April 12, 2003, 9:30 a.m. at the Antny & Dziadowicz Burial Home, 4404 Cameron Ave., Hammond (two blocks east of Hohman, one block arctic of Gostlin), 10 a.m. M, St. Casimir Abbey with Rev. Vladimir Janeczek and Rev. Donald Siciliano concelebrating. Burial, Holy Cross Cemetery. Appearance Friday 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m.
Mr. Kozlowski was a constant Calumet breadth resident; retired agent of Combustion Engineering; affiliate of St. Casimir Seniors with casework Friday 2:30 p.m.; American Legion Pershing Post 428 with casework Friday at 7:30 p.m. VFW Ehinger Post 8141 with casework Friday 8:00 p.m. Army Adept of World War II; above affiliate of Arctic Township Advisory Board and accomplished admiral F.D.R Club; accomplished affiliate of Woodrow Wilson Club; broker of Steelworkers Union Local #1386 and affiliate of St. Casimir Abbey for 55 years.
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