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Francis Glab

Aug 08, 1933 - Nov 25, 2023

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Chicago, IL

Francis "Frank" Glab, age 90, of Chicago, Illinois passed away on Saturday, November 25, 2023 surrounded by his loving family. Frank was born in St. Vallier, France. Son of the late Victoria nee Tomaszewski. He was married to the late Helen Glab for 28 years. Frank served in the United States Marines. He kept long time friendships with everyone in the Polish Boys Club. Frank was a master scuba diver, skier and camper. He enjoyed the outdoors, but most of all he loved spending time with his famil...Read More

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George (????) Dennis Pryjma

Oct 15, 1946 - Feb 21, 2024

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Chicago, IL

"It is with deep sorrow that we announce the death of George (????) Dennis Pryjma on February 21, 2024. Beloved brother of Ihor (Olenka), uncle of Thomas (Elizabeth) and Daniel (Katherine), and great uncle of Jack, Reilly, Colin, Marin, and Rowan. George was a great teacher of mathematics at Niles North High School for 35 years, receiving multiple awards. He was very generous with many charities and always quick with a smile and a joke. May he rest in peace with his parents. ?????? ??\u0026#1084;\u0027???! Visitation Saturday, March 2, 2024 from 9 a.m.-10:30 am at Muzyka and Son Funeral Home, 5776 W. Lawrence Ave. followed by procession to St. Joseph the Betrothed Ukrainian Catholic Church. Funeral Service 11 a.m. Interment to follow at St. Nicholas Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Metropolitan Mathematics Club of Chicago which can be made via Zelle at zelle4mmc@gmail.com. For more information, please call (773) 545-3800."

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Robert Huff

Aug 12, 1947 - Feb 11, 2024

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Chicago, IL

"Robert Huff of Chicago, Illinois passed away on Feb 11, 2024. His loved ones are composing his obituary, which you will be able to read here."

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Maria Socorro Perez

Aug 13, 1938 - Feb 23, 2024

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Chicago, IL

Maria Socorro Perez, 85 Years At Rest February 23, 2024 Beloved Wife of the late Rafael Gomez Madrigal Cherished Mother of Luis Gomez Perez, Beatriz (Juan Carlos) Gomez de Huerta, Irma (Javier) Gomez de Calderon, Rafael Gomez Perez, Isabel (Juan) Gomez de Morales, Celia (the late Gerardo Nunez) Gomez de Nunez, Gerardo (Maribel) Gomez, Graciela (Agosto) Gomez de Grillo, Manuel Gomez Perez, Griselda (Johnny) Gomez de Pantoja, Juan Pablo (Veronica) Gomez Perez. Also 23 Loving Grandchildren and Many Nieces, Nephews and Friends. Friends and Family are invited to Share their Love and Affection on Wednesday February 28, 2024 at Marin family Funeral Home (2744 W, 51st street in Chicago, IL.) from 3-8PM A Funeral Mass of Christian Burial will Follow on Thursday February 29, 2024 at Good Shephard Catholic Parish (2700 S. Kolin in Chicago, IL.) MASS TIME WILL BE IN THE MORNING AND WILL TO BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY.

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James T. Aldworth

Jun 07, 1939 - Feb 21, 2024

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Chicago, IL

James T. Aldworth, age 84, passed away peacefully on February 21st, at his home with loving friends and family by his side. He valiantly battled Parkinson's Disease for many years. Jim was born on June 7th, 1939, to Patrick and Margaret (Shinners) Aldworth in Chicago IL. He was a proud Leo High School graduate (Class of 1957) and supported the Leo Lions until the end. He went to work for Standard Oil of Indiana, which later became Amoco Oil, and worked for them for 37 years. Jim earned his Bachelor of Science in Commerce with high honors from DePaul University and further secured his Master of Business Administration, all while being a caring father and husband, and climbing the corporate ladder with several promotions within the financial arm of Amoco Oil. Jim had a brilliant mind and was a member of Mensa. He was a great card player and loved Gin Rummy, Hearts, “31” and Bridge – and he would remember every card discarded! Jim loved Jeopardy and never missed a trivia tournament aboard the cruise ships, which he dominated. Jim was also a world traveler and instilled this love in his children’s hearts. People knew him by his warm smile and gentle demeanor - unless you met him on a volleyball court! His love for volleyball led him to start the Men’s Volleyball Club at Mother McAuley High School where he played every Monday night for 28 years. Jim was also an avid college basketball fan, cheering on the Blue Demons for 50+ years. He was the originator of our NCAA Men's Basketball March Madness Pool which is still in full swing today. He is probably picking the DePaul Blue Demons to win it all! Jim is survived by his loving and devoted family: former wife Marilynn (Sullivan) Morrisroe of Orland Park, IL; his daughter Kathy McKenzie of IL; daughter Karen and husband Steve May of San Diego, CA; Patricia and husband Rich Stevens of Mokena, IL; son James Aldworth of Chicago, IL; and son Robert Aldworth and his wife Sara of Grand Rapids, MI. Jim's heart was most full when he was surrounded by the joy, love, and laughter of his nine grandchildren: Jeff McDonald; Melanie McDonald; Katie May; Megan Stevens; Kevin Stevens; Sonya Aldworth-Yang; Nora Aldworth; Greta Aldworth and Liam Aldworth. Jim is also survived by his brothers: Rev. Dr. Thomas Aldworth of Oak Brook, IL and Jack (wife Sue) Aldworth of Huntley, IL.; his nephews and his niece; and long-time friend Helen Martino of Palatine, IL. Jim will be remembered for his compassion, strength, stubbornness and love for his family. His memory will live on in the hearts of all who knew him, and he will be deeply missed. Jim's visitation will be held Thursday, February 29th, at Blake-Lamb Funeral Home at 4727 W. 103rd St, Oak Lawn, IL from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. A Funeral Mass to honor and celebrate Jim's life will be held on Friday, March 1st, at Our Lady of The Ridge Catholic Church, 10811 Ridgeland Ave., Chicago Ridge, IL at 11:00 a.m. with procession after to St. Mary's Cemetery at 87th Street and S. Hamlin Ave, Evergreen Park, IL.

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Laticha Liz Bracero and Alyssa Angel Cordova

Died : Feb 14, 2024

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Chicago, IL

It is with broken hearts that we announce the passing of Laticha Liz Bracero and Alyssa Angel Cordova. Mother and Daughter who passed on February 14, 2024. Laticha was born on January 14, 1982 in Chicago, Illinois. She graduated from Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos and worked for Wintrust Bank. Laticha enjoyed traveling, dancing and shopping; she always supported small businesses. Some of her hobbies included collecting shoes and watching 90 day fiancée with her daughter Alyssa. Sundays were known for “fondue rituals” with Laticha & Alyssa. Alyssa Angel was born on June 12, 2002 in Chicago, Illinois. Alyssa graduated from Roberto Clemente High School, and was a college student. Alyssa too shared some of the same passions as her mother including traveling, collecting shoes, shopping and watching 90 day fiancée. She also had a great love for dogs, playing video games, listening to music and being with friends. Alyssa loved manifesting her dreams, learning more about astrology, doing makeup and being a fashion icon. Alyssa and her mother Laticha were inseparable and shared a strong bond. The dynamic duo will be remembered for their amazing smiles, infectious giggles and the love they shared for one another. They will both be deeply missed by all of their family and friends. A Visitation will be held on Sunday March 3, 2024 from 4-8pm at Woodlawn Funeral Home, 7750 West Cermak Rd, Forest Park, IL, 60130.

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Ana M. Cabrera

Jan 15, 1931 - Feb 24, 2024

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Chicago, IL

Ana M. Cabrera, 93, of Chicago, IL, passed away on February 24, 2024. She was born on January 15, 1931 in Pinar del Río, Cuba. Ana was a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend. Ana, known to many of us as Mima, was the heart and sole of our family. Her laughter, her love, and her unwavering spirit touched the lives of all who knew her. One of the things that made Mima so truly special was her quick wit and her infectious sense of humor. Her witty comments and clever remarks would always bring a smile to our faces, even during the most difficult times. She had a way with words, and she loved to recite her own poetry with passion and flair. Her poetry was a reflection of her vibrant personality and her deep love for life. Mima was not just a poet; she was a storyteller, an artist, and a dreamer. She had a gift for capturing the beauty of the world around her and sharing it with others through her words. Her poems were filled with love, laughter, and the wisdom that comes from a life well-lived. Through her poetry, she touched the hearts of everyone she met and left behind a legacy of inspiration and creativity. Family was everything to Mima, and she was the glue that held us all together. Sunday dinners at her house were a cherished tradition when we were young, a time for us to come together as a family and share in each other's company. Mima would always be dressed to impress, her pride and elegance shining through in everything she did. She took great pride in her appearance, and she instilled in us a sense of dignity and grace that will live on in our hearts forever. Through her love, kindness, and unwavering support, she nurtured and strengthened the bonds that tied us together. She was the matriarch of our family, and her presence brought us comfort, joy, and a sense of belonging. Despite facing the challenges of Alzheimer's disease and the fear of death, Mima remained resilient and steadfast in her faith. Her unwavering belief in God and the power of prayer sustained her through the darkest of times, and her courage and strength inspired all who knew her. As we bid farewell to Mima, let us carry her legacy of love, resilience, and faith in our hearts. Though she may no longer be with us in body, her spirit will live on in the cherished memories we hold dear and the lessons she imparted to us. Let us honor her memory by living our lives with the same love, compassion, and strength that she exemplified every day. Thank you, Mima, for blessing our lives with your love, wisdom, and unwavering faith. You will forever hold a special place in our hearts, and your memory will continue to inspire us for generations to come. Family & Friends will gather for a visitation for Ana on Wednesday, February 28, 2024 from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Malec & Sons Funeral Home, 6000 North Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60646. Family and friends will gather for a Chapel Service on Thursday, February 29, 2024 at 10:30 AM at Malec & Sons Funeral Home. Following an Interment at Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago, IL. Fond memories, condolences and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.MalecAndSonsFH.com.com for the Cabrera family.

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Jose Torres

May 01, 1926 - Feb 21, 2024

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Chicago, IL

Jose Torres, 97, of Chicago, passed away on February 21, 2024 surrounded by family. Jose wasborn on May 1, 1926 to Gonzalo and Ramona (Heredia) Torres in Jayuya, Puerto Rico. Jose, aWorld War II Veteran served in Puerto Rico’s National Guard as a rifleman with Company D 58 thinfantry in Texas and received three medals for his service.Jose loved to dance, was a jokester and a jack of all trades. Even into his 90’s he loved to danceand would impress even the youngest family members with his dance moves. Jose always madehis family laugh with his jokes and his sayings like “Duro como un coco” and “Viejo, perofuerte.” He was not lying when he used these phrases because he was fierce. Jose would try his hand at anything even if he did not know how to do it and he would be successful. Jose eveninvented his own Christmas star made out of hangers, tape, tinsel and lights and would displaythem on his balcony with pride. In Jose’s earlier years, he was known as the neighborhoodmechanic, a skill he passed on to his sons and grandsons.Jose was preceded in death by his wife, Maria Luisa and is survived by his children, Adonis a/k/aTony (Brenda) Torres, Jose Miquel a/k/a Mikey, Ada Miriam, Alicia, Eileen (Robert) Parkinson,Daisy (Carlos) Diaz, Maria (Shawn) Gentry, Maritza (Jarod) Ramses, Lucy (Frank) Marrone andUlysses (Malena) Torres, as well as many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren who called him “Weeto.”A Visitation will be held on February 27, 2024, from 8 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. in The Chapel of AlvarezFuneral Home, 2500 N. Cicero Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60639. Burial with military honors willtake place on the same day at 2 p.m. at Mount Olive Cemetery, 3800 N. Narragansett Avenue,Chicago, Illinois 60634.

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William J. Eaheart, Sr.

Sep 15, 1941 - Feb 21, 2024

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Chicago Ridge, IL

Calling someone ‘Good People’ was sincerely the highest compliment Bill could give. It is with deep sadness we share news of the peaceful passing of William J. Eaheart, Sr., the best of Good People.Born September 15, 1941, Bill is survived by his sons, Bill (Maggie) and Brian (Carla) and grandchildren, Quinn, Burke, Brennan, Delaney, and Owen. He was preceded in death by his wife, Rita Jean (nee McNerney) and daughter Rita Jean Gramm.Throughout his robust life, Bill demonstrated the many facets of heroism. As an 8th grade teacher at St. Gall’s grammar school, Bill volunteered countless hours to provide students outdoor experiences, helping the children build self-confidence. As a Chicago firefighter, Bill did not hesitate to put his life on the line, carrying countless people to safety. As a father and gramps, Bill modeled integrity, humility and good humor.In seemingly ordinary ways, Bill was extraordinary. Everyone could rely on Bill to share amusing stories of youthful antics in Canaryville, enlighten anyone who would listen on the best route to drive across town, or readily connect you to talented craftsmen. Whatever was needed, Bill’s ‘gotta guy’. Although, more often than not, Bill was your guy.Deeply grounded in the principle of fairness and profoundly respectful of the women in his life, Bill was quick to lend a hand to the underdog. He knew when to fill a space with a hearty laughter and when to simply be present in comfortable silence. He is greatly missed, but his lesson of a life well lived remains with us.While serving as central to so many of those around him, Bill never wanted to be the center of attention. His joy was seeing others’ successes, especially when it came to his grandchildren. Even in his passing, Bill insisted they maintain continuity of their education. To honor his wishes, services will be delayed, and the family will notify loved ones of a time later to gather and recognize Bill’s wonderful life.

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Charles L. McCarter

Mar 10, 1967 - Feb 20, 2024

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Chicago, IL

Charles L. McCarter, 56 of the East Side of Chicago, passed away peacefully on the early morning of Tuesday, February 20, 2024 at Trinity Hospital, Chicago. Loving father of Charles, Michael and David McCarter; cherished grandpa of Jullian and Macee; dearest brother of Martha Wills, Steve McCarter, Robert, Mark and Melanie Gutierrez and the late Walter Thompson; mother of his children, Julie McCarter; many nieces and nephews. A Memorial Visitation will be held on Saturday, March 9, 2024 from 2:00 to 4:00pm at the Baran Funeral Home, 1235-119th Street, Whiting. Expressions of sympathy may be placed on-line at www.baranfh.com. Charles McCarter was born on March 10, 1967 to the late Harvey McCarter and Yvetta (Wynn) Gutierrez and was a longtime resident of the East Side Neighborhood of Chicago. A self-employed handy man, he was very mechanically inclined. He enjoyed working on cars and fishing. Devoted to his family, Charles will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the family would be appreciated. To to the family or in memory of Charles L. McCarter, please

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Marcel Hippolyte Dillie

Jan 09, 1940 - Feb 22, 2024

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Chicago, IL

Marcel Hippolyte Dillie, known affectionately as "Frenchy" to his colleagues and friends, passed away surrounded by loving family on February 22, 2024 in Chicago, IL. He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, uncle and friend, leaving behind a legacy of love and cherished memories. Born on January 9, 1940, in Barlin, France, Marcel brought a zest for life that was infectious to all who knew him. He was a proud union electrician by trade, earning his nickname "Frenchy" along the way. Marcel had a passion for his work, and his craftsmanship was evident in everything he touched. Beyond his professional life, Marcel found joy in the simple pleasures. He was an avid outdoorsman who relished spending time fishing and camping at Woodhaven Lakes. A die-hard fan of the Chicago Bears, Marcel could often be found cheering on his beloved team during football season. He had a refined palate and took pleasure in savoring a good Stella Artois beer, French wine, and French cheese. Marcel had a deep love for animals, especially his cherished dogs, Milou, Milou, and Poppy, who were more than just pets but beloved companions. He enjoyed the company of his family, often gathering to watch soccer games and share in laughter and stories. On September 2, 1963, Marcel married the love of his life, Rosa Antonina Inserra. Together, they built a beautiful life filled with love, laughter, and cherished moments. Marcel and Rosa were blessed with two children, Marie-Claire (William) Tworek, and Gaetan Paul (Debra) Dillie whom they adored beyond measure. Marcel will be deeply missed by his sister, Therese (the late Alfred) Vasseur and their daughter Marie-Paule (Patrick), his grandchildren, Robert Paul (Stephanie) Tworek, Marcel James Tworek, Nicole Barbara Dillie and the late Matthew and Michael Tworek, his great-grandchild, Matthew Gerard Tworek, and his cousins Anne-Marie, Jeanne-Marie, Bernard and numerous nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents, Claire Jeanne-Marie Decobert and Paul Marcel Dillie but his memory will live on in the hearts of all who knew him. Visitation will be held on Monday, February 26th, from 3:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at Cumberland Chapels, 8300 W Lawrence Ave, Norridge, IL. Funeral services will commence on Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. at the funeral home, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 a.m. at Our Lady Mother of the Church. Interment will take place at All Saints Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, a cause dear to Marcel's heart. For more information, please call 708-456-8300 Marcel will be remembered for his warmth, generosity, and unwavering love for his family. His legacy of love and laughter will continue to inspire all who were fortunate enough to have known him. May he rest in peace.

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