Age, 86. Daughter of the late John and Gladys Prince. Sister of the late Burton (Marie) Prince and June (Edward) Anhalt. Predeceased by her husband Maurice (Salty) O’Rourke and his
daughter Ivy O’Rourke. Survived by Salty’s sons Gary (Nancy) O’Rourke, Donald (Terri) O’Rourke, four grandchildren and one great grandson. Donations in lieu of flowers may be made to the
Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation at www.treasurechest.org, or by mail to 15430 70th Court, Orland Park, IL 60462. Interment at the Cedar Park Cemetery will be private.
Bob abd PatDowling(Sunday, November 29 20 11:59 am EST)
Very sorry to hear about Jackie's
passing. She was a great neighbor and friend.
Elaine F. McClure (nee Maio)
Beloved wife of Maurice D. McClure. Loving mother of Maureen (Rich) DeMatteo & Kelly (Al) Krause. Cherished grandmother of Kaitlin & Kaeli Krause and Casey & Amy Minarcik. Devoted
daughter of the late; James & Amelia (nee Verta) Maio. Dear sister of the late; Mary Alice & Anna Mae. Kind aunt of many. Retired & Dedicated Employee of the Oak Lawn Public Library for
28 years. Visitation at the KERRY FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CARE CENTER, Mass at Saint Alexander Church & Entombment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery will be by INVITATION ONLY.
Kathleen M O'Leary(Saturday, November 21 20 11:17 pm EST)
I worked with both Kelly and Elaine at the Oak Lawn Library. Elaine was a wonderful co-worker and a wonderful person. Rest in peace, Elaine.
Theresa O'Connor Gannon(Monday, November 23 20 10:42 am EST)
Dear Maurice, Maureen, Kelly and family, We are so sorry for your loss. Elaine was such a kind, beautiful and wonderful friend to our family and many others on Major Ave. in OL many years ago. We send you all our love, big hugs and prayers. Love, Theresa O'Connor & family
Kathy Szott(Monday, November 23 20 12:17 pm EST)
May you all find comfort in that Elaine was such a kind and wonderful person who positively impacted so many of us throughout her life. I worked with Elaine for many years at the Oak Lawn Library. Whenever I think of her, I smile and I will continue to do so. I am so very thankful to have crossed paths with Elaine and your wonderful family. Stay strong and know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Maryellen Warnick(Tuesday, November 24 20 11:20 am EST)
My heart-filled thoughts and prayers go out to the Family of Mrs. McClure. I have known the McClure Family since I was in grade school with Maureen. Mrs. McClure was a wonderful, warm, beautiful person with a great sense of humor and amazing smile. She always welcomed you into her Home as if you were part of the Family though you always made sure you 'took your shoes off'! She has touched so many and will be missed dearly. Our thoughts and prayers are with you ALL. Love Always, Maryellen Warnick and Family
Philip F. Tortorici
91, of Palos Heights suddenly passed away on November 18, 2020. A loving husband and devoted father who was young at heart. Phil was born March 26, 1929 in Brooklyn, NY and was a resident of Palos
Heights since 1959. His best friend, wife, and love of his life Doris passed away earlier this year. He is survived by his children, Denise (Mike Bonome); Sherry (Al Flores); Linda (Bill Furie); Lisa
(Tom Cumbo) and Dave (Beth). He was an adoring grandfather of many grandchildren who will miss him greatly. Brother of the late Sam Tortorici (Dorothy). He was a beloved uncle and dear friend
to many. Phil served in the Korean War. He later graduated from NIU with a Degree in Education and then received his Masters Degree at IU. He was an Industrial Arts and Diversified Occupation teacher
at Argo Community High School from 1959-1992 and was coach of the Boys Tennis and Golf teams. He was a devoted member of VICA/Skills USA, of which he and Doris were honored with a Life Time
Achievement Award. In the 1980’s he and Doris were a part of the Rainbow Strollers, a square dance group. He was an active member of St. Alexander’s Church serving as an usher for over 55 years and a
member of the Theodore Guerin Council of the Knights of Columbus. After retirement, he worked as a starter at Cog Hill Country Club. He was also a member of the Orland-Palos VFW 2604, Palos Heights
and Worth Township Senior Clubs, Palos Garden Club and Orland Park Health & Fitness Center. A combined celebration of Phil and Doris’ fabulous lives and their enduring legacies will be held
summer of 2021.
Paul Bernard Guerrero
Funeral Service and Interment will be private.
Jose De Jesus Villasenor
Visitation & Funeral Service will be by INVITATION ONLY. To attend the services virtually please visit www.facebook.com/kerryfuneral on Saturday, November 21st. Interment will be private.
Robert Dale Cavanaugh
Proud U.S. Army Veteran. Funeral Services & Interment will be private.
Richard Henry Hollis
Funeral service and interment at Saint Mary Cemetery will be private.
Donald G. Davenport
Funeral service and interment will be private.
Donna Jean Quinlan (nee Jolink)
Of Palos Heights passed away on Sunday, November 8, 2020. She was born to Dick and Adeline Jolink in Chandler, Minnesota on August 7, 1951, who proceeded her in death. Donna is survived by her
loving son, Adam Quinlan (22) and her six siblings, Rae Kozlowski (Chandler, AZ), Dave (Audrey) Jolink (DeMotte, IN), Patty Van Dyke (Lynden WA), Bonnie (Bob) Jonkman (DeMotte, IN), Merri (Larry)
Zordan (Frankfort, IL) and Deb (Frank) McConnell (South Bend, IN) and many nieces and nephews. Donna graduated from Illiana Christian High School and attended Calvin College. After college, she
worked in retail sales for a number of years. She then started her food service career at Bussean Catering, later to become manager, for over twenty years, at the Chateau Bu-Sche’. Donna
was a devoted mother to Adam. She supported his growth and development through school, his love of horses and his accomplishments in Taekwondo. She also was so proud of his current
achievement at the Chicago Ridge Fire Department. Donna was a cherished big sister, who listened, counseled and encouraged through times of happiness and sorrow. She was also a treasured friend
and known to many for her patience, generosity, and understanding. Visitation & Interment will be by INVITATION ONLY. **Phase 4 COVID 19 mandates; 25 guests or less can gather in the funeral
home; masks are required to attend the funeral services; no loitering is allowed in order to accommodate all guests paying their respects and funeral home kitchen is closed to food and refreshments.
In lieu of flowers, please send your contributions to the Wounded Warrior at www.woundedwarriorproject.com, Palos Community Hospital – Palos Home Care & Hospice, Lemont, IL or www.pawschicago.org
(Pets Are Wonderful Support).
Marty Simmons(Tuesday, November 10 20 09:44 pm EST)
(Tuesday, November 10 20 09:38 pm EST)
You were the kindest person I've ever met. Your heart was as big as your smile. You left an impact on me when I was still quite young, what a genuine women and a truely gentle soul
Jackie smith(Wednesday, November 11 20 08:02 am EST)
Donna, pls rest now. Last time I saw you you were outside with dexter, you loved him so much. You worked hard all your life, and I always thought their was a sweet melancholy About you. You gave everything to so many, and always talked so fondly of Adam. Your eyes would twinkle at his mention. Time to take it easy now, if you find my family, tell them I miss them.
Carmen(Thursday, November 12 20 11:26 am EST)
RIP Donna You had a wonderful personality that shined bright.I remember you hiring me. And showing me the way to new and fun things.
Deb Barry(Thursday, November 12 20 07:17 pm EST)
I am so sorry and surprised to hear this. May you rest in peace Donna. You and I became friends when you purchased your condo from my client. I know you loved your condo and lived Oak Hilks. You have given me so many business referrals. And then you decided to get your real estate license. You knew how to stage a home. You knew how to price the home. You knew how to do open houses. You were fantastic. We talked thru so many issues both professionally and personally. You took such good care of everyone in your condo building. Your heart soul and energy were always on others before yourself. You have a special place in heaven. I am so sorry and will miss you Donna. 💔🙏
Ronald J. Georges
Peacefully passed away Sunday, November 8th at the age of 76, survived by his son, Brian Georges Sr (Peggy), daughter, Deborah (Paul) Georges Brodlo, and his lifelong Partner and Caregiver, Susan
Urban. Grandfather to Randy & Brian Georges Jr., and great grandfather to Paige, Zoey and Hazel Georges. Dear brother of; Gene & Rich Georges. Fond companion of "Maggie Mae". Ron enjoyed a
life that entailed the outdoors and was happiest when fishing. He was a highly creative fun-loving guy who even made his own fishing lures and knew exactly where to find the fish. Ron was his name
and fishing was his game. He has now landed in God’s landing net peacefully asleep, and in his mercy be judged as good enough to keep. Due to Covid-19 and safety for all, funeral services will be
private, and a memorial service will be determined for the future.
Frederick K. “Fritz” Mulhausen
Age 91 born and raised in Palos Park, longtime resident of Orland Park. Loving Husband of Dolores “Dee” Nee Mohr for 64 years. Fond father of The Late David (Tracy), Fred, Tom, Robert (Lisa nee
Webber) & Lori (Glenn) Mathias. Grandfather of David, Michael, Frederic, Erin (Bryan) Nemeth, Colin, Kelsey (Chuck) Passi, Brian, Madison, Caylee, Claire, Samantha, Haylie, and Lucas, Jessica
& Marcus Mathias. Great Grandfather of Jack & Emma Nemeth and Rylee Mulhausen Brother of the late Jane Willenman Fred served our country in the Navy with the “Fighting Seabees” 1949-1952.
Served on District 230 school board for over a decade. Proud member of American Legion and VFW. The only thing he loved more than baseball was his family! “Over and out….good buddy!” Funeral Services
and Burial were held in private. In Lieu of Flowers memorials to American Legion Memorial Post #18 15052 Archer Ave. Lockport, Illinois 60441 would be appreciated.
Patricia Rita O'Rourke
Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery will be private.
Beloved wife of the late Charles Y Peltz. Loving mother of Paula, John (Kelly) & the late Ronald, Gerald, Cathy and Charlie Peltz. Cherished Bapci of Kate, John (Bre), Samantha,
Brennan Peltz and Adam and Sara Popma and "Great Bapci" to Meadow Peltz. Dear sister of the late Helen (Stanley) Pasciak and Benjamin "Sonny" Kaniak Kind and Loving cousin and aunt of many nieces
& nephews and Wonderful friend to many. Marie retired after many years of service at the wonderful organization St. Coletta's/Kennedy School and enjoyed her retirement surrounded by
the love, laughter and support of family and friends. Memorial Visitation Saturday, November 7th from 9 a.m. until time of chapel prayers 10:00a.m. at the KERRY FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CARE
CENTER, 7020 W. 127th Street, Palos Heights proceeding to Our Lady of the Woods Church, Mass 10:30 a.m. Mass requires online registration at https://ourladyofthewoods.org/. Phase 4 COVID 19
mandates; 25 guests or less can gather in the funeral home; masks are required to attend the funeral services; no loitering is allowed in order to accommodate all guests paying their respects and
funeral home kitchen is closed to food and refreshments. Interment St. Benedict Cemetery
Timothy Brozowski(Monday, November 02 20 10:00 pm EST)
A very kind soul, who would lend a hand to anyone in need. A true outdoorsman & devoted family man. A Die-Hard Chicago Bears fan. John, You were one of a kind. You will be greatly missed, but never forgotten. May God Bless your Soul & Comfort your family and friends.
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