FORT KENT AND CHICAGO, IL – Donald J. Bryla, age 71, passed away peacefully on September 9, 2021, at a Massachusetts health care facility. Don was born in Chicago, Illinois on July 14, 1950,
to Adolph and Joan Surma Bryla. Don is survived by his devoted wife of 32 years, Dawn (Dow); his daughter, Amy of Chicago; his son, Sean and wife, Kathryn; and granddaughter, Evelyn of
Stafford, Virginia; his brother, Ken and Chris Bryla of Lemont, Illinois.; his in-laws, Doug and Lauren Dow of Pittsfield, Amy and Bert Levesque of Fort Kent, Chris and Vicky Dow of Topsham, Melanie
Down and Rita Galvin of New York, and Smitty and Destiny Dow of Madison. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews: Rachel and John Ziegler, Elyse Bryla, Jon and Sam Dow, Nicholas and Drew
Dow, Drew and Alex Lavesque, and great nephews, Parker and Evan Bryla. Don also had many good friends. Don was predeceased by his parents; and his mother-in-law, Joan Dow. Don enjoyed riding
motorcycles and toured the country on the winding back roads before he married. Both he and Dawn belonged to the Chicago Chapter of BMW Owners and spend time enjoying the club’s year-round
activities. Don was a firefighter in Palos Heights, Illinois, before he joined the Chicago Fire Department as a paramedic in the late 1970’s. He rose through the ranks and retired as an
Assistant Deputy Chief Paramedic over 30 years later. He also enjoyed time working on the electrical systems of Chicago Transit Authority railcars through GE. In retirement, Don enjoyed a slower pace
and spent summers in Fort Kent, Maine and at the peaceful Wallagrass Lake. Memorial visitation Thursday, September 30th from 3:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at the KERRY FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION
CARE CENTER, 7020 West 127th Street, Palos Heights. Family and friends will gather for a Memorial Mass Friday, October 1st at the Saint Christina Church, 3342 West 111th Street, Chicago, Mass
11:30 a.m. Inurnment will be private.
Lois J. Engerski (nee Berg)
of Palos Heights, IL passed away peacefully at the age 91, on September 17, 2021. Preceded in death by her loving husband, Joseph M. Engerski, after over 68 years of marriage. Their wedding dance
song was “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” and they continued that love story their entire lives. Loving mother of Joseph (Nancy), Marvin, Cynthia Campbell (Jerome); Gae Skager (Edward), Margaret Wiehoff
(John), and Lisa Cohen. Loving Grandmother to Trevor (Laura) & Tanner Campbell (Samantha); Kristen Marion (Derek), Kevin & Lauren Skager; Rachel Morin (Dan), Theresa Warming (Dane), Michelle
Wang (John); Kyle (Yasmin) and Erika Cohen (Larry). Great- grandchildren: Liam Campbell; Peter, Teddy & James Marion; Hadley, Tatum & Margaret Warming; Elizabeth Morin; and Aubrey & Zac
Cohen. 15 nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by parents, Lester and Alice (nee Borg) Berg; brother, Robert (Jean), daughter-in-law, Dottie Engerski. Lois loved her husband, six children and 10
grandchildren dearly. She was always there for everyone, as a beautiful letter writer she never missed anyone's birthday. She loved to talk on the phone, had a quick wit and learned to speak French
in her 40's. Lois had many talents including sewing. She even sewed all of the bridesmaid dresses for her son Joseph’s wedding. She was thoughtful, caring, generous and a hostess extraordinaire! She
loved to throw dinner parties, loved a good joke, loved to sing and dance and never passed up a Coors Silver Bullet, a Stella Artois or a full-bodied glass of red wine. She traveled the world, often
with 6 children and the family dog in tow. She lovingly hosted many seminarians, priests and those who were sick or on their way in their travels into her home. She was elegant, classy, mysterious
and alluring. Lois started out in Illinois but went on to live in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Waterloo, Belgium and London, England. She planned many wonderful vacations for her family including trips
to England, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, The Canary Islands, China, Luxembourg, France, Netherlands, and Germany to name a few. She loved to travel and took couples trips to Israel, The
Scandinavian Countries, The Vatican and beyond. She had a quick smile and made many friends along her way. She was proud of her Swedish heritage and it showed in her baking and cooking. A devout
Catholic member of St. Alexander's Church. She was involved and enjoyed the activities at the American Women's Club in Brussels, Belgium and in London, England. Later in life Lois enjoyed golf, aqua
aerobics, cards and all of the friendships at Oak Hills CC. She was a wonderful volunteer and a welcoming friend. Lois lived her life to the fullest. She often said “Little Lois Berg, from Harvey
Illinois, I can’t believe I’m here right now!” We know now that she is in heaven saying the same thing. Lois suffered for years following multiple strokes along the way and now she is at peace with
the Lord. She was greatly loved and will be dearly missed. A private celebration of life and internment will be at a later date. In lieu of flowers a donation to the ALS Association of Minnesota or
St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital is preferred. Arrangements were entrusted to the KERRY FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CARE CENTER IN PALOS HEIGHTS.
Bob and Bonnie Wiehoff(Sunday, September 26 21 08:19 pm EDT)
We will remember Lois for her beautiful smile and giggle. She always made us feel welcome and at ease whenever we had the opportunity to be at the same family gatherings. May she enjoy the peace and place our loving Lord has prepared for her and her beloved Joe.
Beverly A. Larson (nee Becker)
Beloved Wife of the Late Wayne F. Larson. Loving Mother of Sheryl ( Robert ) Wilson. Grandmother of Brandon Joseph ( Kayla ), Austin Wayne and Kayla Elizabeth Wilson. Sister of the late Charles (the
late Margaret) Becker. Visitation Tuesday, October 5th from 9:00 am until time of Services at 11:00 am at the KERRY FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CARE CENTER, 7020 W. 127th Street, Palos
Heights. Interment Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood Former 36-year employee at the City of Palos Heights. In Lieu of Flowers Memorials to Lake Katherine Palos
Heights https://www.lakekatherine.org/31/Donate, Elara Caring Hospice 11753 Southwest Highway Palos Heights, Il. 60463, Dementia Society https://dementiasociety.charityproud.org/donate,
would be appreciated.
Henry Francis Kane
Age 87, passed away peacefully on September 23, 2021. Loving husband and best friend to Mary Ellen (nee Latimer). Beloved father to Late Colleen & Steve (Skrovanek), Tim, and Janet
(nee Rubey). Proud and doting Papa to Michael & Lindsay (Wawrzyniak), Megan, and Brian. Great Grandfather to Mackenzie. Preceded in death by parents Henry & Anna. Brother to Late
Joseph & Jacqueline, Katherine & Late Frank Stadler, Peter & Late Loraine, and uncle to many nieces and nephews. Henry was born in Rochester, New York and has lived in Chicagoland
area for 53 years. Memorial visitation Friday, October 1st from 9:00 a.m. until time of Mass 10:00 a.m. at Our Lady of the Woods Catholic Church, 10731 W 131st Street,
Orland Park. In lieu of flowers, donations to Way Back Inn and Grateful House Development Department, 104 Oak Street, Maywood, Illinois 60153 or [
http://www.thewaybackinn.org/donate/donation/ ] would be appreciated. Arrangements were entrusted to the KERRY FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CARE CENTER IN PALOS HEIGHTS.
Albin W. Sabal
Beloved husband of Patricia (nee Costello) Sabal. Loving father of Michael (Gisela), Timothy (Janine), Thomas (Lori), Elizabeth (Ricardo) Pacheco, & Jeanne (William) Kingsbury.
Cherished grandfather to 16 and great grandfather to 1. Dear brother to Rosemarie Kamin, the late; Jerome, Ronald, and Robert Sabal. Following graduation from Notre Dame, Al went on to
form his own business, Coil Coating Corporation. Family & Friends will gather Monday, September 27th at Saint Alexander Church, 7025 W. 126th Street, Palos Heights, Mass 11:30 a.m.
Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery will be private. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Alzheimer’s Association ( https://act.alz.org/donate ) would be appreciated. Arrangements were
entrusted to the care of the KERRY FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CARE CENTER in Palos Heights.
Dolores Salituro(Saturday, September 25 21 07:02 pm EDT)
Our deepest sympathies to Patsy and the Sabal family. Memories of many fun dinners we shared with our mutual friends, a wonderful weekend in Michigan and will always remember how happy he was when I checked he and his friends in for their annual trip to Palm Springs. Sal and I extend our heartfelt sorrow for all of his and the family's suffering.
Lisa Hallberg Pesce(Wednesday, September 29 21 11:34 pm EDT)
Eyes to the soul. I see Jeanne in these. Deepest sympathy for your family’s great loss.
Joseph (Joe) Nowak
Passed away peacefully on September 14th surrounded by his loving family at Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, IL at the age of 71. Joe is survived by his three sons (Tony 44, Steve 41, Joe 39),
three daughters-in-law (Annie, Colleen and Jessie), seven grandchildren (Will 12, Evie 10, Jack 9, Nate 9, Elise 8, Millie 6, and Abbie 1), as well as his brothers and sisters (Margaret, Jim, Dianne
and John). He is preceded in death by his wife Dorothy Nowak (Murray), parents Anthony (Tony) and Joanne Nowak and siblings Virginia Zientara, Anthony (Tony Jr.) Nowak and MaryJo Lowden.
Joe was born on March 19, 1950, in Chicago -- he married Dorothy while working as a Jewel grocery stock boy in 1973. Joe worked a variety of jobs before finding his passion as a stationary
engineer for Chicago Osteopathic Hospital in the 1980’s. From there he spent his career focused on mastering both the skills and regulations within medical based facilities including St.
Bernard Hospital, Kindred Health and Providence Health. As the father of three boys, one of Joe’s greatest joys was being involved as a coach for each of his son’s respective sports
teams and activities. As the unofficial czar of the “Russia House” in Midlothian, he instilled in them a blue collar work ethic, as well as a drive to succeed through hard work and education,
encouraging each of them to pursue a college education. Joe’s pride extended to his Polish heritage and spending time with the Nowak Family. His annual homemade Polish
sausage preparation around the holidays is a tradition that is sure to be passed down and celebrated by future Nowaks for generations to come. He had a passion for gardening and enjoyed sharing his
tried and true “methods” and “hacks” with friends and family. During retirement he took joy spending time with his seven grandchildren, watching family pets, completing 1,000 piece puzzles and
serving as home improvement consultant. Visitation Thursday, September 23rd from 3:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Chapel Prayers Friday, September 24th, 9:00 a.m. at the KERRY
FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CARE CENTER, 7020 West 127th Street, Palos Heights. Proceeding to Saint Christopher Church, 4130 147th Street, Midlothian, IL, Mass 10:00 a.m. His ashes will be
interred with his beloved Dorothy at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Alsip at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the Illinois Special Olympics,
www.soill.org. Please note: For the health and safety of all and in order to accommodate all family and friends, we ask that you keep your visit brief. Facial coverings and social
distancing are required. The funeral home kitchen is closed to the public.
You are are sweet spirit, a woman of courage with heart. From 50 years ago to this moment you’ve made my life better knowing you.
Cathy Ebert (nee Kredens)
Beloved wife of Dennis Ebert & the late James Fiedler. Loving mother of Dana, Jimmy & the late baby Jon Fiedler. Dear sister of Greg (Debbie), Ken (Carolyn) & Kevin Kredens. Fond
sister-in-law of the late Mary Lee (late Neil) Worcester, late Patricia (Terry) Hughes, Dave (Sheila) Fiedler & late Dee (late Lloyd) Bauer. Cherished aunt of Christopher, Cody, Claire, Bryan,
Allison, Julie, Shannon, Adam, Gary, Randy, Mike, Janice, Stephen, Craig, late Robbie, Tracy & Chris. Cathy was a longtime employee at the Dominick’s in Palos Heights, Oak Lawn Hilton
Hotel, San Marcos Resort in Chandler, AZ and Trails & Paths Realty in Mesa, AZ. Visitation Sunday, September 19th from 1:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Chapel prayers Monday, September
20th, 11:00 a.m. at the KERRY FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CARE CENTER, 7020 W. 127th Street, Palos Heights proceeding to Saint Alexander Church, Mass 11:30 a.m. Interment will be private.
In lieu of flowers, contributions to the American Cancer Society, (https://donate3.cancer.org) would be appreciated. Please note: For the health and safety of all and in order to
accommodate all family and friends, we ask that you keep your visit brief. Facial coverings and social distancing are required. The funeral home kitchen is closed to the public.
Rich Mallory(Thursday, September 16 21 01:48 pm EDT)
You will be missed by all who have had the honor of knowing you. God bless my dear friend.
Michael mcguire(Thursday, September 16 21 02:57 pm EDT)
Maggie and I send our condolences to Dennis and the entire family. We were fortunate to know Cathy and enjoy her sense of humor and zest for life. During these challenging times we will keep the family is our thoughts and prayers. Rest In Peace dear Cathy.
Claire Kredens(Thursday, September 16 21 04:58 pm EDT)
We love you Auntie!
Anisa Ali(Thursday, September 16 21 05:29 pm EDT)
Oh how I will miss you Cathy! My condolences to Dennis, Dana and the rest of the family. Heaven just earned a great soul!
Debbie Augle(Friday, September 17 21 07:09 am EDT)
Deepest condolences to the entire family. Heaven has gained an angel. All my love.
Patti and Steve Martin(Friday, September 17 21 07:40 am EDT)
My deepest condolences to your family. As I’m sure everyone knows Cathy was the most caring and delightful person you could ever meet in life. Her sense of humor was no less than amazing. I have and always will carry many wonderful memories of Cathy and Dennis. Her love of life will carry on in the hearts of everyone she touched.
SHANNON L FIEDLER(Friday, September 17 21 12:30 pm EDT)
Aunt Cathy's zest and spirit were truly one of a kind. The room was always brighter with her in it. She will be deeply missed.
My thoughts and love are with her family.
Elaine M Worcester(Friday, September 17 21 03:21 pm EDT)
I have warm memories of Cathy, although I have not had the privilege of seeing her for some years. I am sure she will be greatly missed. My condolences to her family.
Beth Matthews(Friday, September 17 21 05:08 pm EDT)
I worked with Cathy at the San Marcos for many years. Her smile could light up a room and her laugh was so genuine. You will be greatly missed by your friends and family. My heartfelt condolences to her husband Denny & Dana and her entire family
Gayle Murnane(Friday, September 17 21 06:51 pm EDT)
A wonderful person and amazing lady, Cathy was one of a kind. My most sincere sympathies to Dana, Pops and the rest of her family for this terrible loss. I wish you everlasting memories of the great times together as well as a lessening in your grief.
Earl and Dawn Durkin(Saturday, September 18 21 06:58 pm EDT)
Dennis, our deepest sympathy goes to you and the rest of the family. It was always a pleasure to see Cathy. Rest in knowing that the both of you will be united again one day.
Jay Kissel(Saturday, September 18 21 07:52 pm EDT)
My sweet Auntie Cathy. Not my blood relative, but blood does not always define family. Thinking of her, evokes wonderful memories of her spirit, zest for life, sense of humor, and how she would light up her surroundings with her laughter and love. Her smiling eyes and gentle, kind soul will forever stay fresh in my mind and especially in my heart. Love you to the moon and back!
Johnny & Bonnie Kissel(Sunday, September 19 21 09:10 am EDT)
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times”… we shared them all! Our lives are so much richer because of you. Every walk on the beach we know you will be beside us… we will forever hear your laughter and remember that incredible smile! Forever in our hearts! We love you!
Sheila Fiedler(Sunday, September 19 21 11:30 am EDT)
Cathy was truly a bright spot in our family. Always one to remember birthdays and anniversaries, she will be forever missed. Condolences to Denny, Dana, and Jim.
Ursula Kreeger(Sunday, September 19 21 01:25 pm EDT)
Cathy and I were friends for over 70+ years and not only was she a special person but a beloved friend as well! You will be missed so very much, my condolences to all the Family and Friends..❤️ Ursula
Guy Ortmann(Tuesday, September 21 21 03:19 pm EDT)
To my dear friend Greg,
From what you said in your email, she was your rock in your early days. I'm sure this must hurt. But that just shows how much you love her.
My sympaties to you and your family.
With love, Guy
Barbara A. Zachery (nee Valiery)
Beloved wife of the late Gary Zachery. Loving sister of the late Adeline, Georgianna, Marian, Peter, the late Sol and Beverly. Adored aunt and great aunt to many nieces and
nephews. Funeral services and interment will be private.
Goodbye my dear friend. May all of your spirit guides be there to meet you. You were always a wonderful guide to gems, crystals, numbers, everything. And as you would say light and love ❤️
Barb L.(Sunday, September 19 21 10:15 pm EDT)
I'm so sorry to hear about Barb's passing. She was one of the nicest people I worked with at AERO and a great friend to everyone. I know she will be missed by many, many people.
Theodore “Ted” Lagen
Age 86, of Palos Heights, IL went to his eternal rest with his loved ones beside him on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021. Ted leaves behind a wake of grief-stricken hearts. He is survived by Marianne Lagen;
his children Nick (Anastasia), Tom (Jodi), George, and Katrina (Jeffrey); his grand-children Ted, Maria, Katrina, Tom, Warren, and Marianna (they will forever miss their Papou); his brother Pete and
his brother in-law Spiro. Ted and his family in Greece survived the German occupation in WWII and the ensuing Greek communist civil war. He and his two brothers - Gust and Pete - came to America
through Ellis Island as refugees under the Truman Doctrine. He served his country in the Army and National Guard. Ted left his mark on the world and on everyone he met. His strong Orthodox faith and
values carried him throughout his life. Ted lived by example and took every opportunity to help people and make everyone feel loved. Ted owned a grocery store with his brothers and sister for nearly
40 years. He spent his life teaching himself many subjects. Ted was a philosopher, often quoting Socrates and Plato in his thirst for knowledge and wisdom. Ted’s spirit lives on through all who knew
him. His pearls of wisdom and advice resonate in our hearts. Ted lived the American dream. The family is grateful to the wonderful doctors and nurses of The University of Chicago Hospital and
Palos Community Hospital. Rest in Peace dear Ted. Memory eternal. Service will be held at Wednesday, September 15, 2021 at St. Nectarios and Holy Unmercenaries Greek Orthodox Church; 11360 S. Lawler
Ave., Alsip IL 60803. 9:30 a.m. – A period of silence for any who wish to pay their respects. We ask that you arrive by 9:30 a.m. if you wish to pay your respects to Theodore. 9:45 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.
– Estimated start of funeral, once all have had an opportunity to pay their respects. A procession to Bethania Cemetery will follow, after which we will end the day in solitude and
prayer. Please send flowers directly to the church by 9:00am. DO NOT send them to the funeral home.
Kelly (Bysiek) Rozak(Wednesday, September 15 21 12:37 am EDT)
It's been many years since I last saw or spoke with Ted or any of the family. My sincere condolences. Ted taught me so many things about life that I still use on a daily basis. My mother, sister & myself all worked at Lagen's . Ted was a wonderful person ,he always did right by their customers and employees. Ted went above and beyond for our family. May you rest in peace. Sincerely The Bysiek's
Nancy A. Mac Ritchie (nee Santor)
Funeral services & interment will be private.
Ethel Clayton (nee Schoenfelder)
Funeral services & Interment will be private.
Eileen Lange (nee Cullen)
Passed away surrounded by her family. Loving wife of 41 years to Dennis Lange. Cherished mother of John J. Lange & Katy (Joe) Rutkoski. Adoring grandmother of Anabel, John J. Jr. &
Rosaleigh. Devoted daughter of the late; John J. & Mary (nee Weber) Cullen. Dear sister of the late Noreen (Ronald) Parker. Kind aunt and cousin of many. Eileen has been a longtime
resident of Palos Heights since 1956, graduate of Mother McCauley High School, teacher’s aide for 17 years at School District 118, where she touched the lives of so many students, volunteer,
most notably the PFA, member of the Palos Heights Garden Club, she loved her horses and furry friends, most recently was “Maggie”, avid garage sale enthusiast/organizer and most of all
Eileen enjoyed life, being with her family & friends. Many thanks to the Doctors and Nurses at Northwestern Palos Hospital and Hospice Team for their care during her stay there. Visitation
Thursday, September 9th from 3:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Chapel prayers Friday, September 10th, 11:00 a.m.at the KERRY FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CARE CENTER, 7020 W. 127th Street, Palos
Heights proceeding to Saint Alexander Church, Mass 11:30 a.m. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Alzheimer’s Association (
https://act.alz.org/donate ) and/or the American Cancer Society ( https://donate3.cancer.org ) would be appreciated. Please note: For the health and safety of all and in order to
accommodate all family and friends, we ask that you keep your visit brief. Facial coverings and social distancing are required. The funeral home kitchen is closed to the
Donna Oliver(Wednesday, September 08 21 02:15 pm EDT)
You are in paradise, Eileen. I will miss you, my dear friend.
Kristen Manley(Thursday, September 09 21 04:52 pm EDT)
Our condolences to all of Eileen’s family and friends. Sending love and warm thoughts from New York. There’s one more angel in heaven ❤️
Sister Margaret Wright, RHSJ
She consecrated herself to the Lord by the vows of religion on February 22, 1959 by taking her vows as a Religious Hospitaller of St. Joseph. Her whole life was dedicated to the care of the
sick. She retired in 2013 from her position as President of St. George Corporation and Chief Executive Officer of Palos Community Hospital where she had served since 1978. She was
the devoted daughter of the late: Mary Margaret (nee Dolan) and James Wright. Beloved sister of the late James Bernard “Skip” (the late Marge), the late Helen Elizabeth “Nancy” (the late
Jack) Cleveland; Kathleen Marie Wright; religious sister of Sister Anna Doyle, RHSJ. Loving aunt of many nieces and nephews. Family & Friends gathered at Our Lady of the Woods
Church, 10731 W. 131st Street, Orland Park, September 9th, for Mass of Resurrection at 11:30 a.m. Interment was private. In lieu of flowers, donations to The Religious Hospitallers of
St. Joseph for their missions or the care of the Sisters, General Administration, 245 Avenue des Pins ouest, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H2W 1R5 or Palliative Care at Palos Community Hospital, 12251 S.
80th Avenue, Palos Heights, IL 60463, would be appreciated.
Glenn R Williams(Tuesday, September 07 21 11:12 pm EDT)
Sister MW, you will always be remembered and dearly missed 🙏🏽god has another Angel, RIP
Mike(Wednesday, September 08 21 06:34 pm EDT)
Raymond Doyle(Thursday, September 09 21 07:23 pm EDT)
May our good friend of the Doyle family Rest In Peace.
Bobby Doyle(Saturday, September 11 21 12:46 pm EDT)
Sister Wright was more than a family friend to us. She was an honorary part of our family. I will always remember her laugh.
Thanks be to God for his incredible gift.
John T. Herman Sr.
Funeral services & interment will be private.
Donato "Danny" Rita
Owner of Hair by Danny of Italy in Palos Hills for nearly 50 years. Beloved husband of Rose (nee Rondinella) Rita. Loving father “papa” of Mafalda (Bryan) Baier, Maria (Daryl) Miller &
Sandra (Kenneth Jr.) Miotk. Cherished grandfather “nonno” of Elizabeth, Ryan, Natalia, Luke, Mackenzie, Aydan, Owen & Brooklyn. Adoring brother of Rosa (Danny) Martino, John Rita & Angelo
(Diane) Rita. Dear brother-in-law of Mike (Michelle) Rondinella, Angelo Rondinella & Anna (Gary) Roulo. Kind uncle of many nieces & nephews. Visitation Thursday, September 9th from
3:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Chapel prayers Friday, September 10th, 10:45 a.m. at the KERRY FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CARE CENTER, 7020 W. 127th Street, Palos Heights proceeding to Sacred
Heart Church, Mass 11:30 a.m. Entombment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Alzheimer’s Association, [https://act.alz.org/donate] would be
appreciated. Please note: For the health and safety of all and in order to accommodate all family and friends, we ask that you keep your visit brief. Facial coverings
and social distancing are required. The funeral home kitchen is closed to the public.
Jeanne D. Daly, Ph.D. (nee Bergland)
Retired & longtime College Professor at Chicago State University. Beloved wife of the late John C. Daly “Jack”, retired CPD. Loving mother of Pamela (Peter) Neary, Patricia (Robert) Kobel,
Jack (late Patricia) Daly, late Denis, late Kevin (Mary Jo), late Paul (late Colleen) Daly. Cherished grandma of late Cara, Amy, Matthew (Kathleen), Megan (Fiancé Frank), Michael, Kevin, Mary Therese
(Mike), Joseph, Courtney (Mike), Caitlin (Bob) & Jack III. Adoring great grandma of Kiley, Giovanna, Aria, Henry, Ben, Payton, Liam, Mikey, Charlie, Marty, Conor & John Paul. Devoted daughter
of the late; Henry & Mae (nee Corcoran) Bergland. Fond sister of the late Eleanor (late John) Maracic. Dear sister-in-law of the late; Marie (Jim) Gorman, Mike (Eleanor) Daly & Genevieve
(Chuck) Gilmartin. Kind aunt of many nieces & nephews. Visitation Wednesday, September 8th from 3:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Chapel prayers Thursday, September 9th, 9:00 a.m. at the
KERRY FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CARE CENTER, 7020 W. 127th Street, Palos Heights proceeding to Saint Bernadette Church in Evergreen Park, Mass 10:00 a.m. Interment Abraham Lincoln National
Cemetery in Elwood at 1:00 p.m. Please note: For the health and safety of all and in order to accommodate all family and friends, we ask that you keep your visit brief.
Facial coverings and social distancing are required. The funeral home kitchen is closed to the public.