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Brian E. Jicha

Brian E. Jicha,  at rest November 11, 2022, 45 years of age.  Son of Ed and Pat Jicha.  Son-in-law of Paul and Mary Michaud.  Loving husband of Jenny.  Dear father of Jacob and Charlie.  Brother of Chris and Kevin Jicha.  Uncle to many.

School board member of Komarek School.  Public works employee of the City of Berwyn.  Active youth sports coach for the North Riverside Park District.

Joyce Emilie Latimer

Joyce Emilie Latimer (nee: Kincaid), age 81, at rest November 7, 2022.  Beloved wife of the late Bradley J. Latimer.  Loving mother of Melissa J. (Robert)Kraus and Merry C. Schumacher.  Devoted grandmother of Amber, Courtney and Jordan.  Memorial Visitation Saturday November 19, 2022 10AM until time of service at 12PM at Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd. 7000 S. Madison St. Willowbrook, IL.  Private Interment.  In lieu of flowers donations to the American Heart Association, would be appreciated.  For info 630-325-2300 or

Pamela R. Karlson

Pamela R. Karlson

December 3, 1954 ~ November 4, 2022
 Pamela Rae Karlson of Countryside, Ill, AKA The Pampered Parrot, passed away suddenly November 4, 2022. Pam was the widow of Eric A. Karlson and daughter of Ray and Carol Mielkus.  Dear niece of Marion Kogut and dear friend of Bob Pappas.
Visitation will be Thursday, November 10th from 9AM until time of service at 11AM at Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd. 7000 S. Madison St. Willowbrook, Il   Interment Clarendon Hills Cemetery.  For information (630)325-2300
Mary M. Carlson

Mary M. Carlson, passed away peacefully at her home on October 29, 2022 at the age of 92.  Beloved wife of the late Philip Carlson.  Loving daughter of the late Luigi and the late Tilda Marcucelli, nee Landini.  Devoted mother of the late Richard (Carmela) Carlson, Randy (Michelle) Carlson, and Rusty Carlson.  Dear sister to three brothers and one sister.  Loving sister-in-law and dear aunt to many nieces and nephews.  Fond grandmother of seven and fond great-grandmother of ten.

All services conclude after the visitation.

Betty L. Jacklin

Betty L. Jacklin, nee Schulz, 96 years of age, passed away peacefully on October 28, 2022.  Beloved wife of the late Robert T. Jacklin Jr. for over 62 years.   Loving mother of Robert (Donna), Randall (Joanne), Rod (Allison) and the late Richard.  Cherished grandmother and great-grandmother of many.  Dear aunt of many nieces and nephews.     She is preceeded in death by her parents, Richard and Besse Schulz.  Sister of the late Edna Schulz, late Florence Markham and late Richard Schulz.  Our mother’s loving and gracious personality influenced everyone around her.  We were blessed to have her in our lives and will treasure many years of family history shared with her.  To know her was to love her.  May she rest in peace.    Entombment private .  Info at:  708-484-4111 or

Elizabeth "Beth" Mooney

Elizabeth "Beth" Mooney (nee Einspar), 78, of Plainfield, at rest October 22, 2022. Beloved wife of the late John T. Mooney; loving mother of John (Vicki), Colleen and the late William Fleming; devoted grandmother of Jackson; dearest sister of James (Patricia) Einspar, Lori (the late Anthony G.) Cappetta, Susan Einspar, Diane (Joseph) Vallerugo and the late Willard (Linda) Einspar; dear aunt of many nieces and nephews. Beth had an amazing positive attitude throughout her illness. Never without a smile, Beth was blessed with a wonderful sense of humor. She loved golf  and her special time with her grandson, Jackson. Funeral Services Thursday, October 27th, 6:30 P.M. at Adolf Funeral Home 7000 Madison, Willowbrook. Visitation Thursday from 3-7 P.M. Interment private. Info 630-325-2300. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to St. Judes's Children's Research Hospital at or Breast Cancer Research Foundation at

J. Stanley (Stan) Clark

J. Stanley (Stan) Clark, former resident of Chicago, IL passed away peacefully on Saturday, October 22, 2022 at The Chateau Center in Willowbrook, IL. His visitation and funeral service will be held on Monday, October 31st at Adolf Funeral Home in Willowbrook. Visitation will be held from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. and will be followed by a funeral service from 12:00 p.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Burial will be held at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery, Elwood, IL, where military honors will be conducted. Stan was born on September 22nd, 1931 to Frieda (Klee) and Joseph Clark in Chicago, IL.  Stan graduated from South Shore High School in Chicago and Western Michigan College of Education, in Kalamazoo, where he received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree.

Stan served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. Following his military service, Stan earned his JD from Northwestern University, School of Law, and practiced law as a trial attorney for many years.

Stan had a great love for sports and played football at South Shore High School. He was an avid golfer and won the Presidents Cup in 1977 at Olympia Fields Country Club, where he was an active member for many years. During his retirement, he enjoyed spending time with family and friends and recounting all of his treasured memories of time spent with those he loved. Stan also had a passion for history and Chicago architecture and enjoyed sharing his knowledge with his family. Stan will forever be remembered for his incredible sense of humor and larger than life laugh.

Stan is survived by his son Glenn (Carrie) Clark, Plainfield, IL, and daughter Karen (Perry) Hoag, Flossmoor, IL; his grandchildren, Ryan (Colleen) Clark, Peoria, IL, Katelyn Hoag, Jacksonville, AL and Perry Hoag, South Bend, IN; and his great grandson, Bruce Clark. Stan was preceded in death by his daughter Linda Clark and his parents.


Robert "Bob" L. Iverson

Robert "Bob" L. Iverson, passed away peacefully at home in Burr Ridge, Illinois, on October 20, 2022, at the age of 86. He was surrounded by his loving family. He is preceded in death by his wife, Michelle.
Bob was born in 1936 in Oak Park, Illinois, to parents Elvera A. and Edward W. Iverson, one of nine children. He attended Oak Park High School and lettered in his favorite sport, football. He went on to play football for Williams College (Class of 1958, with honors) on a full academic scholarship. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Geology, and after receiving his M.B.A. from the University of Michigan, began work with Follett Corporation, where he worked for 23 years in various roles, from finance to President of Follett Higher Education group. He then began his own company, College Bookstores of America, in 1984, serving approximately 15 campus stores throughout the Southeast. In 1992, he sold the company to retire. Bob enjoyed a love of gardening and yard work, and together with Michelle, loved to seek out period Colonial furniture pieces. During his retirement he enjoyed family travel to the Caribbean and spending time at Lake Michigan. His passions included generous support of childrens' hospitals, Native American Indian schools and organizations, and various American historical societies.


Bob married his high school sweetheart, Michelle Anne Follett, in 1958. Upon graduation from University of Michigan, Michelle and Bob moved to River Forest, Illinois. In 1976, Michelle and Bob purchased their home in Burr Ridge and lovingly restored the property.

Bob is survived by his brother, Theodore (Ted) Iverson, and by his three children, Heather (Pat) Thornton, R. Michael (Rene) Iverson, and Wendy (Kevin Keevil) Austin; and by his
grandchildren, Ashley, Grace, Claire, Erin, Patrick Jr., Austin, Jacquelyn, Brendan, Sean
Keegan, Mallory, and Mary Kylie.


In lieu of a memorial service, Bob requested memorial contributions to the St. Joseph's Indian School. P.O. Box 100, Chamberlain, SD 57325-0100.
Arrangements entrusted to Adolf Funeral Home - Willowbrook. 630-325-2300 or


Ronald C. Katz

Ronald C Katz, retired Executive Chairman & CEO of Elkay Manufacturing Company, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on October 19, 2022. He was a longtime resident of Hinsdale, IL and Naples, FL.

In the late 1950’s Ron inherited a small but prosperous sink manufacturing company that through his leadership, grew into a billion-dollar global manufacturing powerhouse with thousands of employees.  Elkay’s products have influenced tens of millions of people worldwide.  The iconic water bottle filling station that many walk by every day, is a product developed, manufactured and serviced by Elkay.

A man with a strong work ethic, Ron created an organization with a strong ethical culture driven by simple, yet caring values.  Within Elkay everyone involved in the business became family.  Ron deeply believed that the ingenuity, creativity and passions of the team, fueled the success of the organization.  “Without our people, there would be no company,” was one of his favorites, most common statements.  He had enormous respect for his family, his friends and everyone involved in the business.  Ron always challenged them to do their best, give it their all, and not be afraid to stick their noses into other people’s business in order to make the company stronger.  Respected and admired by colleagues, competitors and industry observers, Ron was beloved by his employees. No man or woman who worked at Elkay was ever allowed to call him Mr. Katz or sir.  It was only and always just “Ron.”  His impact on a countless number of people associated with Elkay will be his legacy. 

Ron’s greatest passion may have been Elkay and his family, but he also loved his cars, planes, boats, essentially anything with an engine that could be tweaked to elicit a bit more performance, would bring a twinkle to his eye. Those who ever had the opportunity to ride with him will always remember the joy Ron got from a perfectly tuned engine and seeing his passengers “hang on” as he showed them maximum capacity.

Ron is survived by best friend and life partner Cheryl Rhodes Coleman, as well as his daughters Patricia (Brian) Bauer, Aimee Katz, and April Katz. His step children William (Dawn) O'Neill and Michael (Julie) O'Neill. His Grandchildren; Andrew and David Bauer, Savannah Fedi (Chris) and Gillian Cottrell. His step Grandchildren Eric, Tiffany, Larry, Kyle, Zachary, Kevin, Cory, Taylor and Jack. Great grandchildren Peridot & Groovy Bloom Kocielko. He was a step great grandfather and survived by many great nieces & nephews.  Ron loved his dogs and leaves behind TigerLily and Slipper Katz. 

A visitation will be held Saturday, October 29 from 10 am to 6 pm at the Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S. Madison St. Willowbrook, IL 60527   A Celebration of Life Services will be on Sunday, October 30th, at 2:30 pm at Union Church of Hinsdale 137 S. Garfield St. Hinsdale, IL  60521. 

Masks are suggested and will be available at the funeral home and the church.

In lieu of flowers the family suggests contributions to one of Ron’s many charities including the University of Chicago Comprehensive Cancer Center, Shirley Ryan Ability Lab, Chicago Hope Academy, Chicago Lighthouse for the Blind, and The Service Club of Chicago. 


Donald J. Budka

Donald J. Budka, loving husband of the late Orsola “Lee”, nee Falco.  Dear father of Mark (Tracy) and Kenneth (Michele).  Grandfather of Michael (Brooke), Christine, Addison, and Eileen (Alex) Rosenberg.  Great-grandfather of Emma, Sara, Easton, and Hudson.  Services are Thursday, October 20, 2022, 10:30 am at Adolf Funeral Home, Ltd., 2921 S. Harlem Ave., Berwyn.  Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery.  Visitation is Wednesday, October 19, 2022 from 2:00 pm until 8:00 pm.  In lieu of flowers, donations preferred to American Cancer Society at  Info at 708-484-4111 or

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