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Chicago Heights Star (Newspaper) - March 4, 1990, Chicago Heights, Illinois A a-4 the Star sunday March 4, 1990 obituaries Raymond lesser Veteran paediatrician or. Raymond e. Lesser of la Jolla Calif., formerly a 20-year resident of the South suburbs died Friday feb. 16 at Kaiser Permanente Hospital san Diego. A memorial service was conducted feb. 18 at Temple Beth Israel. Inu rement was in Cypress View mausoleum. Or. Lesser was born july 21, 1923, in Athens a. A High school graduate at the age of 16, he was a paediatrician at Kaiser Permanente Hospital since 1971. He was a member of the Kaiser Southern California Board serving As assistant chief of paediatrics. Or. Lesser also had a faculty Post with a cd medical school. The 67-year-old doctor was a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Georgia. He entered an accelerated program at Yale medical school and did postgraduate work at the medical school he trained at children a Hospital Detroit before training at and later joining the staff of Michael Reese Hospital Chicago where he served As chief of paediatrics through the 1950s. Or. Lesser opened a private practice in Park Forest and was in practice in the Community for 20 years. During that time he had various Post including being Public Deputy of health for the area member of the health Council and was president of the Poison control unit. He worked with South suburban family services and was chairman of the department of paediatrics at both Ingalls memorial Hospital Harvey and St. James Hospital Chicago Heights. He Sang in the choir at Temple Ashe Sholom Olympia Fields and was a Veteran of world War ii serving in the army. Or. Lesser is survived by wife Elaine a a Lainie lesser Nee Levya former Secretary at Michael Reese Hospital three daughters Marcia dome of san Diego and Joni and Barbara lesser Brown both of Santa Cruz a brother or. Milton e. Lesser of Miami Beach and four grandchildren. Memorials May be made to philanthropies of the donors Choice. Brian e. Randell Brian e. Randell a 37-year resident of Park Forest and a former Dock Foreman at Century steel corp., Chicago Heights died thursday March i at St. James Hospital medical Center Chicago Heights. Services will be at la . Monday with a mass at St. Joseph Church Chicago Heights with the Rev. Christian Moore officiating. Interment will be in Skyline memorial Park cemetery Monee. Visitation will be from 2 to 9 . Today at Hirschy a West end Chapel Chicago Heights. Or. Randell was born oct. 22,1938, in Chester a. He was a graduate of Rich East High school Park Forest. He retired from Century steel in june after 20 years of service. Or. Randell is survived by wife Mary Ann Nee Basile two daughters Dolly and Clementine Marie a a Tina Randell both of Park Forest two sons Kenneth Anthony Randell of the . Navy Norfolk va., serving on the .s. Mccandles and Charles Martin a a Charlies Randell of Park Forest parents Arthur and Bessie of Iowa three Brothers John of Romeoville Arthur of Woodland a. And Kenneth of Peotone. Obituaries Are published by the Star free of charge As a Public service. Flowers Are appropriate Rutt Tumcl pianist 027 Ashland Rose Plaza Chicago Heights a 706-0406 Davis Hammond amp Prowell funeral Home Ltd. Alonzo Al Davis president a owner the South suburbs oldest established Black funeral firm since 1938 continues to serve these same communities the som and a Cor an thai Tov go a lord Quot funeral services arranged in the privacy of your heme pre arrangements Post needs shipments and insurance no of too big or too Small of you Hove a need or question Call or Alonzo Al Davis 305 t. Lot St., Oli Ragu hot it Minim 60411 700 767-6060 or 767-0060 night number 700 534-5363 _ Flora e. Zona Flora e. Zona a longtime resident of Chicago Heights died thursday March i at St. James Hospital medical Center Chicago Heights services will be at to . Monday with a mass at St. Paul Catholic Church Chicago Heights with the Rev. William Eddy officiating. Interment will be in Evergreen Hill cemetery Steger. Visitation will be from 2 to 9 . Today at Hirschy a West end Chapel Chicago Heights. Mrs. Zona was born in Rome. She owned and operated the Luli Bye kiddie shop. She is survived by a brother Carlo Papitto of Florida and several nieces and nephews including Laura and Ted Labaj and Nancy and Anthony Tuzzino All of Chicago Heights and Barbara and Eugene Romano of Steger. Memorials May be made to a Charity of the donors Choice. Rosa Etheridge Rosa Etheridge a longtime resident of Ford Heights died wednesday feb. 28 at St. James Hospital medical Center Chicago Heights. Services will be at noon monday at Christian Valley Baptist Church Ford Heights with Rev. . Bady officiating. Interment will be in mount Glenwood cemetery Thornton. Visitation will be from i to 5 . Today at Heights colonial Chapel Ford Heights. Family visitation will be from 11 30 . Until time of service monday at the Church. Mrs. Etheridge was born dec. 25, 1895, in Macon a. A resident of Ford Heights for More than 50 years she was a member of Christian Valley Baptist Church and the senior citizens club of Ford Heights. She is survived by two sister in Laws and several nieces and nephews. Memorials May be made to Christian Valley Baptist Church. Lela b. Alford Lela b. Alford a resident of Chicago Heights formerly of Lansing and Elmhurst died wednesday feb. 28 at Olympia Fields osteopathic medical Center. Private services were conducted saturday at Hirschy a West end Chapel Chicago Heights with the Rev. Paul Eldridge officiating. Mrs. Alford was born july 18,1908, in Williams county Ohio. A six year resident of the South suburbs she was a homemaker. She was a member and Active in events at presbyterian Church of our Saviour Chicago Heights. Mrs. Alford is survived by her daughter Shirley Anderson of West Chester a. Two Sisters Portia Hoisington of Adrian Mich and Goldie Burchett of Chicago Heights a brother Marcus Borneo of Lansing three grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Catherine m. Favre Catherine m. Favre a 20-year resident of Homewood formerly of Chicago a Roseland neighbourhood died Friday March 2 at South suburban Hospital Hazel Crest. Services will be at 9 30 . Monday with a mass at St. Josephus Church Homewood. Interment will be in holy sepulchre cemetery Worth. Visitation will be from 2 to 9 . Today at Ryan funeral Home Homewood. Mrs. Favre was born july i 1904, in Ayas Italy. A homemaker she was a member of Piemontese women a club formerly of Roseland. She is survived by two daughters Elsie Heggaton of Glenwood and Olga Horvath of Homewood a son George of Grant Park to grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Anita Zollo Raad Anita Ozelle Reed Anita Ozelle Reed a resident of Richton crossing convalescent Home Richton Park for several years and a former five year resident of Garden House apartments Park Forest died Friday March 2 at Olympia Fields osteopathic medical Center. A memorial service will be conducted at 7 . Wednesday at St. Stephens ame Church Chicago. Mrs. Reed was born dec. 6, 1911, in new Franklin to. She was a teacher in California for Many years and was a nurse. She was involved in several Church and civic activities. Mrs. Reed is survived by a daughter Viola Baecher of Park Forest a member of the Park Forest Village Board three sons Rev. Granville William Reed of Tampa Fla., Rev. Roger Hall Reed of Richmond a. And Richard of Chicago two Sisters Alta Harris of St. Louis and Muriel Sinclair of los Angeles and eight grandchildren. Memorials May be made to the Village of Park Forest paramedic fund. Dorothy Downey Dorothy Downey Nee Vandenbergh 10-year resident of Tinley Park formerly of Blue Island and a former employee of the state of Illinois employment office died sunday feb. 25 at Palos Community Hospital Palos Heights. Services were wednesday at St. George Church Tinley Park with monsignor William Mcnichols and the revs. Edward Connors John Mackin and Mike facies officiating. Burial was in holy sepulchre Worth. The former Dorothy Vandenberg was born april 19, 1914, in Blue Island. She was a member of the St. Francis Hospital auxiliary and St. Benedict women a club. Mrs. Downey is survived by a son Jim of Orland Park two Sisters Vivian Fletcher of Blue Island and car Yle Richards of Bethesda my. A brother Carl Vandenberg of Tinley Park two grandchildren 12 nieces and nephews and 29 great nieces and great nephews. Memorials May be made to St. Francis Hospital and healthcare auxiliary 12935 Gregory Blue Island 60406 or in the form of masses. Wilahmine k. Bunker Wilahmine k. Bunker of Venice Fla., formerly a longtime resident of Homewood died Friday March 2 at Venice Hospital. A memorial service will be conducted at 5 . Today at Ewing funeral Home Chapel Venice with the Rev. Ben Jacobson officiating. Interment will be in Woodstock 111. Visitation will be from 4 to 5 . Today at the funeral Home. Mrs. Bunker was born March 25, 1917, in Kankakee. Moving from Homewood 12 years ago she was a member of Capri Isles Golf club Venice. She is survived by her husband,4 Francis a a Tony Bunker four daughters or. Patricia Coulson of Knoxville tenn., or. Linda k. Bunker of Charlottesville va., Barbara Moore of Heyworth 111. And Janet of Glenwood a son capt. Park g. Bunker missing in action in Loas two Sisters Vera Baker of Sarasota Fla. And Jean Papineau of Kankakee and seven grandchildren. Memorials May be made to a Charity of the donors Choice. Gratch Mandel Hartman Miller menorah chapels serving Chicago s South Side and Southern suburbs Call 561-4740 hearing impaired try 561-0655 chicagoan do a most often selected jewish funeral service provides in the privacy of your Home arrangement prearrangement and pos need consultation. Contact or. Ian Dick our South suburban director. Wright funeral Home a for those who care for distinguished Low Cost funeral service Call us first we endorse the guardian plan program for prearranged funeral insurance Harvey Illinois phone 339-8300 adjacent to Ingalls memorial Hospital menus grilled up in school districts menus available in schools for the week Are Homewood District 153 Churchill and Willow Alaman Lary achoo la monday no school. Calm or Pulaski Day. Tuesday no school wednesday chs Essberger on a Bun. Tatar tots peaches milk thursday Burrito with Chasse French Fries Gelatin with fruit milk. Friday cheese pizza tossed salad Green Beans Apple cake. Milk. James Hart Junior High monday no school Calm or Pulaski Day. Tuesday no school wednesday cheeseburger on a Bun. Tatar tots. Peaches milk or salad bar thursday Burrito with cheese French Flaa. Gelatin with fruit milk. Friday cheese pizza tossed salad Green Beans Apple cake. Milk. 8teqer District in monday no lunch served. No school. Calm or Pulaski Day. Tuesday two beef tacos with Taco sauce buttered Corn or chill with crackers buttered Corn wednesday Chicken fillet mashed potatoes fruit juice bread and Margarine or hamburger on a Bun with Catsup mashed potatoes fruit juice. Thursday cheese and sausage pizza trash fruit fruit bar or pot Luck lunch Friday fish Sticks mashed potato a. Fruit juice bread and Margarine tartar sauce or Salisbury Steak mashed potatoes fruit juice bread and Margarine Crete Monee school District 301-u monday no school Calm or Pulaski Day tuesday pizza relishes with dip. Fruit cocktail Vanilla shake. Wednesday roast beat on a Bun mashed potatoes and Gravy French Cut Green Beans Orange sherbet milk. Thursday soft shall tacos with lettuce Chapaa and Tomato cup. Pineapple titbits chocolate cake milk. Friday nachos and cheese tossed salad applesauce. Chocolate Chip cookie milk Hazel Crist District 183-1/3 monday Calm or Pulaski Day. No school. Tuesday two beef tacos with sauce buttered Corn wednesday Chicken fillet whipped potatoes fruit juice bread and Margarine. Thursday Chapaa and sausage pizza fruit bar. Fresh fruit Friday fish Sticks whipped potatoes fruit juice bread and Margarine tartar sauce school District 206 Chicago Heights monday no lunch Calm or Pulaski Day. Tuesday Choice of one Pepperoni pizza sub Sandwich hot dog cheeseburger or hamburger Choice of two tossed salad Cream of Broccoli soup pineapple chunks or fresh fruit Choice of one fruit juice or Rice pudding Choice of one Low fat chocolate White or whole milk wednesday Choice of one Taco with lettuce and cheese sub Sandwich pizza hot dog cheeseburger or hamburger Choice of two Tater barrels vegetable Sticks Tomato soup chilled pears or fresh fruit Choice of one fruit juice or Oatmeal cookie Choice of one Low fat chocolate White or whole milk thursday Choice of one Spaghetti with garlic bread pizza hot dog. Sub Sandwich cheeseburger or hamburger Choice of two tossed salad Waldorf salad Green Beans minestrone soup or fresh fruit Choice of one fruit juice or Cherry Crisp Choice of Low fat chocolate White or whole milk Friday Choice of one fish fillet cheeseburger hamburger sub Sandwich hot dog or pizza Choice of two Broccoli with cheese sauce baked potato fruit salad or fresh fruit Choice of one fruit juice or banana nut bread Choice of one Low fat chocolate White or whole milk a la carte items offered Dally tossed salads protein plates Yogurt shakes nachos and cheese and homemade cookies District 208 alternative . Chicago Heights monday no lunch Cass Lmar Pulaski Day. Tuesday Pepperoni pizza tossed salad Cream of Broccoli soup pineapple chunks Choice of one Low fat chocolate White or whole milk. Wednesday Taco with lettuce and cheese Tater barrels vegetable Sticks chilled pears Choice of one Low fat chocolate White or whole milk thursday Spaghetti with garlic bread tossed salad Waldorf salad Green Beans Choice of one Low fat chocolate White or whole milk Friday fish Inlet Broccoli with cheese sauce baked potato fruit salad Choice of one Low fat chocolate. White or whole milk a la Carta items offered daily tossed salads snacks and cakes fruit Tutles Sauk Village District iss monday no school Calm or Pulaski Day. Tuesday two beef tacos with sauce buttered Corn wednesday Chicken fillet whipped potatoes. Fruit juice bread and Margarine thursday cheese and sausage pizza fruit bar. Fresh fruit. Friday fish Sticks whipped potatoes fruit juice bread and Margarine tartar sauce. Speed developmental Center Chicago Heights monday no school Holiday. Tuesday breakfast juice Raisin bran Toast and butter milk lunch Sloppy Joe. Corn chips carrots and celery Sticks apricots Graham crackers milk wednesday breakfast Orange wedges waffles with syrup and butter milk lunch vegetable soup Ham salad Sandwich pretzels fruit Gelatin milk. Thursday breakfast juice biscuit and sausage Gravy milk lunch tossed salad Spaghetti and meat sauce garlic bread. Italian ice. Milk. Friday breakfast Peanut butter and Honey Sandwich. Apple wedges milk. Lunch fish nuggets oven Fries coleslaw cookie bread and butter milk. Matteson Richton Park District iss monday no school. Holiday. Tuesday two beet tacos with sauce buttered Corn wednesday cheese and sausage pizza train fruit fruit juice thursday Chicken fillet whipped potatoes fruit bar. Bread and Margarine. Friday fish Sticks whipped potatoes fruit Nice. Bread and Margarine tartar sauce. School District 170 Chicago Heights monday no school. Pulaski Day. Tuesday Michael Jordan Day Jordan Burger slam Dunk Fries dribble sauce win a poster a air Quot chocolate milk wednesday French Toast with sausage and syrup applesauce juice cup. Milk thursday Ravioli bread stick tossed salad chilled pineapple milk. Friday fish dinner mashed potatoes and Gravy mixed vegetables fruited Cobbler chocolate milk. Brookwood District 187 Glenwood monday no school. Pulaski Day. Tuesday two beef tacos with sauce butter and Corn. Wednesday Chicken fillet whipped potatoes. Fruit juice bread and Margarine thursday cheese and sausage pizza Fraahs fruit. Fruit bar Friday fish Sticks whipped potatoes fruit juice bread and Margarine tartar sauce Why Call lain Sullivan for cremation Jerry Sullivan cremation is selected More often today because it saves up to 82000 in cemetery costs for the cemetery lot grave opening Concrete grave liner and Marker. At lain Sullivan families can select a traditional cremation service with casket present at visitation and service or a memorial cremation service with out casket. The service May be in our Chapel or your Church. Either cremation service can save several Hundred dollars in funeral costs in addition to the thousands saved at the cemetery. And unlike other area funeral Homes lain Sullivan its own crematory so that you can be sure our caring professionals will be in charge at All times. At lain Sullivan you come first. Call for information. Ullin funeral Home amp crematory 50 Westwood drive Park Forest a phone 312-747-3700 one in a series of consumer information announcements Gladys Frances Gennarelli Gladys Frances Gennarelli Nee Guba of Glenwood formerly of Chicago a East Side died thursday March i at Ingalls memorial Hospital Harvey. Services will be monday with a 9 15 . Prayer service at tews funeral Home Homewood and a to . Mass at St. Kieran Church Chicago Heights. Interment will be in holy Cross cemetery Calumet City. Visitation will be from 2 to 9 . Today at the funeral Home. The former Gladys Guba was born aug. 4, 1918, in Chicago. A homemaker she was a former member of the polish National Alliance and South suburban homemakers. Mrs. Gennarelli is survived by her husband Merino two daughters Lynne of Glenwood and Diane of Mesa Ariz. A son Ron of Hammond id. A sister Dorothy Poskonka of Chicago two Brothers Alexander Guba of fort Lauderdale Fla. And Thomas Guba of France and a grandchild. Joseph w. Early Joseph w. Early of Chicago Heights formerly of Glenwood and Homewood died thursday March i at Missouri Baptist medical Center St. Louis. Services will be at 11 30 . Monday at tews funeral Home Homewood with the Rev. Joseph t. Led Well officiating. Interment will be in Assumption cemetery Glenwood. Visitation will be from 2 to 9 . Today at the funeral Home. Or. Early was born Jan. 18, 1906, in Moline. A 10-year resident of the South suburbs he was a retired Engineer for Sears Roebuck amp co. He is survived by two daughters Lorraine Mills of Lansing and Gerri Osgood of Newark Calif. A son Herbert Green of Margate Fla. 16 grandchildren 38 great grandchildren and a great great grandchild. The decorations Are ready for the annual St. Patrick Day Brunch sponsored by the women a Guild of St. Joseph Parish in Homewood. Giving their final approval Are from left Arv of Donnell Ginny Haddon and Sandy Mcaneney co chairwoman. The event will be from 11 30 . To 3 . March 11 in Olympia Fields country club. Admission is $16 for adults and $12 for children 12 and younger. Reservations Are to be made by tuesday to Pat Trenshaw 799-5183 Bernie of Meara 799-6781 Patty joking 799-4163 or Edna Horne 799-2046. St. Patrick Brunch Star photo by Joo Stiahar

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