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Christine Ruth Daum (nee Rademacher)

Age 71,  passed away on April 25, 2020. Beloved wife of the (late) Dave S. Daum. Loving mother of David (Anita), Thomas (Diana), late Kevin (Maria). Devoted daughter of the late Richard & Betty Rademacher. Cherished sister of Chuck (late Beverly), Barbara & Rick (late Annette). Dearest grandmother of Steven (Mindi), Jamie Rex (Theodore), Jason (Renatta), & Amelia. Sweet great grandmother of Benjamin, Hunter, Jack, Aaliyah, Jasmine & Bettie. Adoring aunt to many and a good friend to all. Funeral Services & Interment will be private.

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  • Brenda Miller (Tuesday, April 28 20 12:48 pm EDT)

    The news of Mrs. Daum's passing was sad to hear. Thoughts of love and support and loving memories for each of the family members and adoring friends.

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Juana Vega

Funeral Services & Interment at Resurrection Cemetery will be private.

Joe Frazier

Funeral Services & Interment will be private.

Clair Barth Johnson, "BART"

Of Torrance California passed away on April 22, 2020 in Palos Heights, IL due to complications from Parkinson’s Disease. Devoted husband of Nora Therese (nee Jennings) for 28 years. Loving father of Brent, Jamie (Scott DeMoss) Westfall, Jason (Christie), Kimberly (Bryan) Hoffman & Jenessa (Mario Perez) Johnson. Proud grandfather of 11 brilliant grandchildren. Bart is preceded in death by his parents Clair & Virginia, his sister Diane (John) Lyons, his father-in-law Richard Jennings and his brother-in-laws; Robert & Richard Jennings Jr. He is survived by his sister Suzy (Don) Zukas, in-laws; Mary Jennings, Veronica (Brian) McCarthy, Kathy (Jim) Clark, Nancy Campbell & Julia Faley. Kind uncle of many nieces & nephews. Bart loved his friends. Especially his 51-year friendship with Dr. Jack Ruby. Former Major League Pitcher for the Chicago White Sox from 1969 – 1977, Former Major League Scout for the Chicago White Sox, Tampa Bay Rays & Washington Nationals, and Former Major League Advanced Scout & Olympic Ring Holder for the 2000 U.S. Olympic, Gold Medal Winners,  Baseball Team.  Bart was a devoted Catholic and Christian. He was dearly loved and will be missed, “Till we meet again my love. Godspeed.” Funeral Services & Interment will be private. Due to the COVID 19 restrictions memorial services will be planned at a later date.

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  • Dynell Odbotne (Friday, April 24 20 12:41 am EDT)

    Dear Therese - I send my heartfelt condolences to you and the kids and grandkids. Bart will be missed. Love, Dynell Osborne

  • William E (Bill) Taylor (Friday, April 24 20 01:53 am EDT)

    Bart Johnson was a legion in the South Bay area of the Los Angeles, CA. I attended a rival high school at North Torrance, while he attended Torrance High School. Basketball was my sport and I was a year behind Bart. He was the best player I had ever seen as a young high schooler. He was a hero to many of us who watched, followed and played against him. I went on to play basketball at USC on scholarship, and the lore of one Bart Johnson of Torrance High was vibrant … It is of great sadness to hear another great South Bay athlete has gone on to rest at peace … Bart Johnson's fame and exploits will live on long past his passing. Condolences to the Bart Johnson family, they know better than anyone the greatness of one Bart Johnson!!!

  • Marian Denler Crosby (Saturday, April 25 20 01:10 am EDT)

    My sister Marilyn, brother Mike & I grew up next door to Bart on Sonoma St. Our neighborhood was fun and sometimes wild with all things kids do - front yard talent shows, (Bart’s dancing partner was his big sister Diane). Walking fences, making stilts & skateboards. Neighborhood fights. Street softball games, (Steve Kealey who grew up to play for Angels and Chi White Sox also lived on our street). Sometimes they let my little brother Mike play..
    Will always remember and miss Bart for his quirky, funny personality - could make you laugh before he said a word. Was fortunate to spend 1st semester at BYU with him and Jane there...many laughs! Later our paths crossed several times during Ken’s baseball years - more laughs...
    Sad to know he’s gone. Ken & I extend our hearts and prayers to his family. RIP Bart

  • don mckeone (Saturday, April 25 20 09:40 pm EDT)

    met Bart at a local watering hole. enjoyed bouncing baseball stories off one another. truly a nice, humble man. he always had dog treats for the saloon keepers canine. the planet is a bit poorer today.

  • Walter John Osterman (Wednesday, April 29 20 09:46 am EDT)

    Godspeed Bart. I didn't know you as well as I knew your lovely wife. She was a good worker a friendly person and had a wonderful infectious laugh. I hope the Lord can put you in His lineup but without the Bill Veck Bermuda shorts.

  • Art Fisher (Thursday, April 30 20 05:49 pm EDT)

    My brother Robin and I were close friends of Bart at Torrance High. A phenomenal athlete, he could jump outa’ the gym. I remember dunkin’ at the hoops at Torrance Park till the rec leader told us to go home (way past sundown). Bart was a good friend and will always be remembered.

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Patricia A. Van Henkelum

Beloved Wife of the Late James A. Van Henkelum. Fond Mother of Jeff ( Betty ) Van Henkelum. Grandmother of Patrick (Amy), Angela ( Zachariah ) Stenzel and Collin, great grandmother of William; Daughter of the late James W. Thezan & Patricia A. ( Edward ) Curylo nee Coughlin. Sister of Gloria (the late Robert) Mayer, the late Robert (the late Trudy) Thezan and James W. Thezan. Aunt to many nieces and nephews. Sister in Law of Ann Van Henkelum, Shirley ( the Late Whitey ) Van Henkelum, Clarence ( the Late Cora ) Esche, Mark ( the Late Margaret ) Garritson and the Late Grace ( Robert ) Busch, Bertha ( Jim ) Colby, Lorretta ( Jesse ) Schiera, Gerald & Andrew Van Henkelum. The Van Henkelum family appreciates your prayers and support at this most difficult time as Pat’s death occurs during the restrictions and precautions of Corona virus. Services will be held in private and Pat will be laid to rest at Palos Oak Hill Cemetery Palos Park, Illinois. Memorial Services will be held after the Corona Virus passes, the family looks forward to sharing memories with family and friends at that time. In lieu of flowers, the family would be honored if you would make a donation to the charity of your choice in Pat's name. 

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  • Tom&Sharon Thezan (Saturday, April 25 20 04:19 pm EDT)

    Our heartfelt sympathy to the Van Henkelum family at this very sad time. Much love and memories cousin. Rest In Peace

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Julie T. Hartler (nee Kroll)

Long time resident of Crestwood, Illinois passed peacefully on April 17, 2020 at Good Samaritan Hospital, Downers Grove, Illinois with loving family.   She was born on April 16, 1936 to Julia & Edward Kroll, of Burbank, Illinois She recently celebrated her 84th Birthday on April 16, 2020. She was married 61 years to her devoted and loving husband Albert Hartler.  She and Albert reside for over sixty years in Crestwood, Illinois.  Both were active within their community in the establishment of the local level Little League Association and ground breaking developments for boys baseball.  It’s there where they developed a community of great friendships and memories in support of the neighborhood children. She loved her family and friends, adored her grandchildren, always enjoyed a game of bingo, a daily dose of game show trivia and soap operas and watching her favorite baseball team The Chicago Cubs and known to all for her passion for the color, purple. Julie is survived by her loving children, Pamela (Steven) Kulovitz, Kevin (Gina) Hartler. Proud grandmother to David Hartler (fiancé Nicole Kozlowski) and Lo Hartler.  Julie was a close sister to Late Mary Ann (Raymond) Jonns, &  Patricia Oboikovitz. Aunt to Late Rae Ann (Rich) Ellis.  Jeff (Dianna) Jonns & Family Jakkie (Tom ) Tisa & Family,  Scott Oboikovitz, Late Christopher Oboikovitz.  Great Aunt to Bekki & Adam, Caitlin & Dan, Jennifer & Joe and their children. Julie had wonderful friendships  and caretakers during her years as a Kidney Diaylsis patient and Supported the National Kidney Foundation. Donations appreciated to the National Kidney Foundation, https://www.kidney.org/donation Due to today’s environment the services will be private on Thursday, April 23, 2020 at the Kerry Funeral Home & Cremation Care Center in Palos Heights, Illinois. The family would like to thank you for your thoughts and prayers.

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  • Jeannette (Monday, April 20 20 10:24 am EDT)

    Thinking of you and praying that good memories keep you strong. Loved your mom, so many memories flood back, especially to our high school days. She had the best facial expressions! God Bless.

  • Terry (Monday, April 20 20 11:20 am EDT)

    Moms are such special people. May she Rest In Peace. I will be praying at 10:00am on Thursday. Send my love and heartfelt condolences.

  • Laura (Monday, April 20 20 12:21 pm EDT)

    Sharing in your heartfelt grief during this most difficult time. May the memories of your mother comfort you and last a lifetime as you look back and share stories and remember her with all the love in your heart. Sending you love, hugs and prayers and will be saying special prayers on Thursday at 10am. God Bless You.

  • Marilyn Umgelder (Monday, April 20 20 01:16 pm EDT)

    Sending my condolences to you and your family, Pam. Hugs and prayers for your family. God bless!

  • Cynthia Hagstrom (Monday, April 20 20 03:27 pm EDT)

    I am sorry you had to lose someone so important and special in your life.
    My condolences on the passing of your mother. May she Rest In Peace.

  • Ericka Vetter (Monday, April 20 20 04:20 pm EDT)

    We are so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you all during this difficult time. We may not be beside you on Thursday but our hearts are with you all!

    Love you!
    Ericka, Scott, Kenley & Briella
    XXOO

  • Judy Loseman (Monday, April 20 20 07:25 pm EDT)

    Pam, comforting thoughts sent to you and your. Hold onto all those special memories. You have a beautiful new angel watching over you.❤

  • Jeff & Dianna Jonns (Monday, April 20 20 10:38 pm EDT)

    Our prayers are with you all as you comfort each other and remember the good times. We’ve shared lots of stories and memories. We’ll be praying again on Thursday as you meet.

  • Karen LePretre (Tuesday, April 21 20 01:35 am EDT)

    Pam thinking love you and your family at this very hard time. Your mother was so loved by all even though I was Trouble she always welcomed me into your home. Village Lane will always be a great memory, we sure did have one great life growing up! Sending my love!

  • Joni Ebeling (Tuesday, April 21 20 09:37 am EDT)

    So very sorry for the loss of your mother. Mom's have a very special place in our hearts even after they pass. The pain will never go away, but at least she will be with you in your wonderful memories that you shared together. Sending love and support to your family.

  • Katherine Condon (Wednesday, April 22 20 03:45 pm EDT)

    Being just a part of her story will always be an honor and buckets of memories filled with laughter and fun. Tom and I are so happy to have enjoyed so many special celebrations with your Mom, Kevin, and your whole family. Our deepest love and constant prayers are with each of you now.
    Tom and Katherine

  • Pamela Hartler-Kulovitz (Saturday, April 25 20 09:18 am EDT)

    Mom you are in our hearts and will never be forgotten, you have given us much love, joy and guidance in our lifetime and we will cherish what you brought our lives today and forever. Love You. Pam & Steve, Kevin & Gina, David & Lo & Dad xo
    until we hold your hand again we love you Mom

  • Kristi McBride (Monday, April 27 20 11:19 am EDT)

    So sorry to hear about your loss Kevin. I hope you and your family can find some peace during this difficult time. Sending virtual hugs.

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Mary Lou Isaacs (nee Bremer)

Age 94, passed away peacefully on April 17, 2020 after a long battle with Alzheimer's Disease. Beloved wife of the late Joseph W. Isaacs. Loving mother of Joseph (Karen) Isaacs, Mary (Jim) Greene, Kathy (Rick Spreeman), Loretta (Gary) Gettes, William (Marla) Isaacs, Meg (Mark) Sandrick, Elizabeth Isaacs. Cherished sister of the late Jean (Walter) Oswald. Proud grandmother of Joe (Maria) Dambrouskas, Lori (Tom) Spielman, Kelly (Ryan) Murray, Colleen (Kurt Rohlwing) O'Keefe, Mary (Shawn) Andree, Patrick O'Keefe, Terri (Greg) Roberts, Michael (Amanda) Gettes, Thomas (Kayla) Isaacs, Carolyn Sandrick; step-grandmother to Brett and Chris Dimick and Gabe Greene. Dearest great-grandmother to 18, and many nieces and nephews that loved her dearly. Mary Lou spent many years volunteering with her husband Joe at St. Francis de Sales Parish, and for the local food pantry. Funeral Services and Interment at Holy Sepulchre Catholic Cemetery are private at this time. A Memorial Mass and Celebration of Life will be planned for later this year.  Many thanks to the staff of Sunrise of Palos Park for their care and service over the last 4 years. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Arrangements were entrusted to the KERRY FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CARE CENTER IN PALOS HEIGHTS.  

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  • Jack and Cat Jones (Sunday, April 19 20 11:16 pm EDT)

    Our heart felt condolences to your families. We hold you all in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Carol (Monday, April 20 20 07:30 pm EDT)

    Meg, Mark and all Isaacs, Sincere condolences to your entire family for the loss of a true loving matriarch.
    Our love, Mike and Carol Simko

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