Elsa Bugnits (nee Moser).

 

Beloved wife of Victor Bugnits.

Loving mother of Elaine (Scott) Maxson & Kathleen (Robert) Young.

Proud grandmother of Ethan, Shannon, Rachel, Samantha, Michael & Cheyenne.

Cherished great grandmother of Rylee & Aryanna.

Dear sister of Angela (late Frank) Kassanits.

 

Visitation Tuesday, December 1st from 3 until 9 p.m.

 

Chapel prayers Wednesday, December 2nd, 9:30 a.m. at the Kerry Funeral Home, 7020 W. 127th Street, Palos Heights proceeding to Saint Alexander Church, Mass 10:00 a.m.

 

Interment Saint Mary Cemetery.

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  • Shannon (Monday, November 30 15 10:51 am EST)

    I usually don’t care to post anything on social media. Yet, I feel compelled to share the following letter. It’s not for likes or condolences, but for my family to know how I feel but fail to explain
    verbally. It’s for me to have forever. And, most importantly, for my Grandma.

    Grandma,
    It’s been a little more than 24 hours since you left this Earth and I miss you already. I will always miss you. Today is a little easier than yesterday and I’d like to think it’ll get a little easier
    every day. There’s no more struggle, no more fight. It gives me comfort knowing Aunt Janet was waiting for you and I can only imagine how happy she is to have you. On the way back to the hospital
    your name was written in the clouds so I knew it was time. Nice touch.

    I want you to know that we’ll be okay. You’ll always be with us where it matters most, in our hearts. Your memory will live on. We have the blankets you crocheted to keep us warm with your love every
    night. The blankets which many of my floor mates were jealous of because they didn’t have one. Thank you for them. I will remember how others may have been annoyed when I was sassy, but you just
    thought it was funny. You thought a lot of things were funny. I think you were indecisive a lot simply because you got a kick out of us trying to figure out what you really wanted. Well Grandma, I
    think all of us will carry that on at least a little bit. I also know how much you loved ordering things from infomercials. It was like Christmas throughout the year, constantly receiving packages.
    You were always youthful, watching Disney Channel and loving this time of year. I will try my very best to celebrate the season for the both of us. Whenever I travel I will still pick up a postcard
    for you as well as a collectible spoon if it’s worthy of your collection. You would always question me about my nonexistent love life, never believing there was nothing going on. But I wasn’t lying.
    And I only hope that one day someone will love me half as much as Grandpa loved and continues to love you. One day, hopefully soon, I will accompany Grandpa in his plane and fly up near the clouds to
    be closer to you.

    I will always appreciate the little things in life thanks to you. I will continue to make family my number one priority. I will remember to be a kid no matter how old I get. And I will love you now
    and forever.

    You may have lost this battle, using up the last of your nine lives, but you won the war in life. I feel so lucky to have had all four of my grandparents around for twenty years of my life. Thank you
    for being here and being you.

    Now I just have another angel. Enjoy paradise and say hi to Aunt Janet. One day we’ll meet again.

    I love you Grandma,
    Shannon

  • Andy Sarallo (Monday, November 30 15 06:42 pm EST)

    Victor,Elaine, Kathleen,and Family. I am so very sorry on the passing of Elsa. Know your in my thoughts ,and prayers, now, and always.

    Love always,

    Andy Sarallo

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Theresa M. Follis age 89. Former CEO of Miller Bros. Engraving Co. in Frankfort, Ill. Life long member of San Biago Platani of Sicily, Italy.

 

Beloved wife of the late Edward Francis Follis.

Loving mother of Robert J. (Theresa) & Glen V. Follis.

Cherished grandmother of Edward, Maggie Mae, Mary Kate, Patrick & Edward Vincent.

Dear sister of Mary (Ernest) Kashnowski.

Fond aunt of many.

 

Visitation Friday, November 20th from 2 until 9 p.m.

 

Chapel prayers Saturday, November 21st, 9:15 a.m. at the Kerry Funeral Home, 7020 W. 127th Street, Palos Heights proceeding to Saint Alexander Church, 7025 W. 126th Street, Palos Heights, Mass 10:00 a.m.

 

Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.

 
 

 

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  • Wanda Mohan (Friday, November 20 15 10:26 am EST)

    Glen,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May God Bless all of you.

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Frank W. Berg, Air Force Veteran during the Korean War Era.

 

Beloved husband of the late Sonya (nee Erickson).

Loving father of Sandy Berg, Cindy (late Paul) Montague, Tom Berg, Tim (Barbara) Berg & Mary (Mac) McNally.

Proud grandfather of 9 & great grandfather to numerous other great grandkids.

Dear cousin and friend of many.

 

Family & Friends will gather Monday, November 23rd for a Memorial Service of Remembrance at 12:00 p.m. at the Wayside Chapel, 12700 Southwest Highway, Palos Park.

 

Inurnment First Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery in Alsip.

Edward Terrence Halleran, age 43 of Palos Park, IL

 

Leaves behind his father, Edward D. Halleran, mother, Kathleen O'Reilly Halleran, his sisters Kathleen Whiting (David), Ann Marie Halleran and Meghan Sterling (Carter).  He was a positive, loving role model to his nephew, Christopher and nieces Danielle, Katelyn, Piper and Sawyer.  He was a joy to many aunts and uncles and countless cousins.

 

Eddie was a tinkerer who was never afraid of failure.  From flipping houses and fixing cars, to building a Harley for his big sister so they could joy ride together.  Eddie didn't need his Black Belt in Judo to save his sisters from bees, bad guys and broken bones.  But they all depended on his witty charm and positive outlook to get them through his final days.  You couldn't keep Eddie down!  He leaves us knowing he was loved, and his memory will live on through his love for life and endless humor.  Best. Brother. Ever.

 

Visitation Tuesday, Nov. 10th from 6 until 9 p.m.

 

Chapel prayers Wednesday, Nov. 11th, 9:30 a.m. at the Kerry Funeral Home, 7020 W. 127th Street, Palos Heights proceeding to Saint Alexander Church, 7025 W. 126th Street, Palos Heights, Mass 10:00 a.m.

 

Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

 

 

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  • Ruth Johnson (Monday, November 09 15 08:32 am EST)

    Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this tough time in your lives.

  • Rita Malinowski Brand (Monday, November 09 15 12:04 pm EST)

    Sincere sympathy for your loss.

  • Di Mildice (Tuesday, November 10 15 06:33 am EST)

    Love you all. So glad he had all of you. What an amazing love you all shared. Wishing you all peace~. Xxoo

  • The Allen Family (Tuesday, November 10 15 10:54 am EST)

    Sending our deepest sympathies for the loss of your beloved Eddie. - Todd, Janet, Avery and Ashton

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August A. Olivo, Army Air Force Veteran WWII

 

Beloved husband of the late Annette nee Battaglia.  Loving father of Maryanne (Mike) Filippini, Frank (Karen) and August (Nancy).  Cherished grandfather of Michael (Dena), Timothy (Rachel), Frank, Dana (Patrick), Anthony, Andrea and Nicholas (Katie).  Adoring great grandfather of Alexia, Madison, Tyler, Nicole, Kristen, August and Jonathan.  Friend of many.

 

August was a member of American Legion Post 600.

 

Visitation Sunday, November 8th from 3 until 8 p.m.

 

Chapel prayers Monday, November 9th, 9:15 a.m. at the Kerry Funeral Home, 7020 W. 127th Street, Palos Heights proceeding to Saint Alexander Church, Mass 10:00 a.m.

 

Entombment Queen of Heaven Cemetery.

 

Please omit flowers.

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  • Judy D'Antonio (Friday, November 06 15 09:16 pm EST)

    My deepest sympathy to Maryanne and family. May your father Rest In Peace

  • Av Anthony's Restaurant (Sunday, November 08 15 03:07 pm EST)

    Sorry for your lost may god bless his soul.He was a good man.

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Terry O’Hare

 

Memorial Visitation Saturday, November 7th from 8:45 a.m. until time of chapel prayers 9:45 a.m. at the Kerry Funeral Home, 7020 W. 127th Street, Palos Heights proceeding to Saint Alexander Church, 7025 W. 126th Street, Palos Heights, Memorial Mass 10:00 a.m.

 

Interment will be private.

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  • Colleen Cesak and Tom Lynch (Tuesday, November 03 15 11:17 pm EST)

    Dear Billy, Nicole, John, Penelope, and Ryan, this is a prayer for your wife, Mom, and Grandmother beautiful Terry. We're sending a dove to Heaven with a parcel on its wings be careful when you open
    it it's full of beautiful things. Inside are a million kisses wrapped up in a million hugs to say how much we miss you and to send you all our love. We hold you close within our hearts and there you
    will remain to walk with us throughout our lives. May God hold you in the palm of His hand until we meet again. Love Always, Colleen and Tom

  • Matthew, Jennifer & Zofia Howe (Wednesday, November 04 15 10:32 pm EST)

    May God hold her and keep her. My heart breaks on your loss, my thoughts and prayers go out to the Mr. Ohare, Nicole, John, Penelope, Ryan, and Lori.

  • The Kawczynski Family (Friday, November 06 15 05:22 pm EST)

    Go Rest in Peace,
    Faithful Friend of God.
    Take Our Love with you into Paradise. May Gods' Holy Angels
    guide you Home into the wide,
    Waiting Arms of the Lord !

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Ralph P. Freund, age 95 of Crestwood, formerly of the Scottsdale neighborhood in Chicago.

 

Loving husband of the late Rosalyn nee Pratt and the late Madeline Overland-Davis.

Dear father of Ralph and the late Robert and Gerald Freund.

Grandfather of 5 and great grandfather of 9.

Brother of Gene (Jean) and the late Marvin (Joan) Freund.

Uncle of many nieces and nephews.

Loving stepfather of 5, step grandfather of 12 and step great grandfather of 14.

 

Visitation Tuesday, November 3rd from 3 until 9 p.m.

 

Chapel prayers Wednesday, November 4th, 9 a.m. at the Kerry Funeral Home, 7020 W. 127th Street, Palos Heights proceeding to Incarnation Church, Mass 9:30 a.m.

 

Interment St. Mary Cemetery.

 

44-year employee of William Wrigley Company.  Member of Southwest Moose Lodge # 44 Bridgeview, IL.

You can reach us at all hours for immediate assistance at:

(708) 361 - 4235

Mike's Cell (708) 793 - 2295

7020 W. 127th Street

Palos Heights, Illinois 60463

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