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Suzanne Mosser Shanks

Suzanne Mosser Shanks, age 93, formerly of Hinsdale passed away peacefully on March 5, 2023 at her home in La Grange Park, Ill. surrounded by family after a long and full life. 

Suzanne was born to Harry J. Mosser Sr. and Suzanne Ferguson Mosser on October 29, 1929. She grew up in South Texas and attended The Hockaday School in Dallas. Suzanne later moved to New York where she attended The Hewitt School and Sarah Lawrence College. A true Texan at heart, Suzanne went on to raise her family in Houston and Corpus Christi, where she was an active member of the Junior League. In 1994, she moved to the Chicagoland area to be closer to her daughter and granddaughter. Suzanne cherished visits from her son, who visited frequently. As a young woman, Suzanne enjoyed the theater and traveling. In her later years, Suzanne enjoyed baking, dining at her favorite restaurants, watching movies and spending time with loved ones. 

She is survived by her daughter, Suzanne Holly Bell (John) of Hinsdale; granddaughter, Natalie Philobos (Domadious); brother, Harry J. Mosser Jr. (Connie); and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her beloved son, Wallace Taylor Shanks, Jr.

Suzanne will always be remembered for her kindness, generosity and wonderful sense of humor.

A visitation will  be held on Monday March 13, 2023 from 10am until time of Funeral Service at 12pm at Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S Madison St, Willowbrook, IL 60527. 

Richard “Rick” Mantucca

Richard “Rick” Mantucca, 66, longtime resident of Cicero, passed away on March 5, 2023.

Rick loved to be with his family and will be greatly missed by his four children, Richard (Marie) Mantucca, Dan (Megan) Mantucca, Shannon (Derek) Burton and Ryan Mantucca. He also loved being a grandpa and was the proud “papa” to his nine grandchildren Connor, Layla, Mario, Dominic, Kayden, Audrey, Nico, Cecilia and David.

It is no secret that Rick’s greatest love in life was his family. Whether it was coaching his daughter’s softball teams, hitting the links with his 3 sons or just relaxing on the couch playing silly made up games while watching his favorite TV shows or movies.

Rick leaves behind six siblings Bud (Diane), Bob (Geri), Sue (Bob) Wawrzyniak, Art (Donna), Joe (Angela) and Steve.  He was preceded in death by his parents Sam and Madonna Mantucca and his sister Donna (Jerry) Grimaldi. 

Born the sixth out of eight children on October 31, 1956, Rick loved the fact he was born on Halloween and would joke about it often. In speaking of jokes, Rick was full of them. Whether it be a silly dad joke or some goofy riddle or one-liner, it was hard to be in a room too long with Rick and not find yourself laughing. He was a hard worker and enjoyed his time and the friends he made as a union printer and retired from Lehigh Cadillac Direct after 23 years.

A celebration of Rick’s life will be held at Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S Madison St, Willowbrook, on Sunday, March 19 from 2-5 PM. (Memorial Service time pending)

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society appreciated.

Service information: 630-325-2300 or

Felipe Rosales

Felipe Rosales was the devoted husband, loving father and grandfather.  He died peacefully surrounded by his loving family of February 28, 2023 in Chicago.  Felipe was born November 2, 1936 to Susano Rosales y Victoria Nuñez de Rosales in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, México al frente del mar.

Felipe was devoted to God and to his family. He was a hard working person who loved and was dedicated to his wife and family.  He immigrated from Mexico with his wife and two daughters, and then had three sons.  He worked thirty years for the railroad to provide for his family.                                                                                     

He is survived by his five children and their spouses:  Hilda Ramos, Estela Weber, Juan Manuel (Karina) Rosales, Juan Felipe (Juana) Rosales and Jesus (Kristi) Rosales.  He leaves behind thirteen grandchildren and one great-grandchild and many cherished nieces and nephews.

Nancy J. Vondrasek

Nancy was born Nancy Asta, the seventh child of Italian immigrants Anthony Asta and Pasqualina Gioia Asta, who came through Ellis Island on their honeymoon.  The youngest, Nancy grew up in Chicago during the second World War, dealing with food shortages, victory gardens, inventive ways to make life work, and a house full of love and wonderful food.  She did well in school (Visitation High School) and took college classes.  Nancy became the executive secretary to the vice president of Hertz Rent a Car.  When Hertz moved their executive offices to NYC, they asked Nancy to come with them.  Putting her up in a fancy hotel with limo service and an expense account in an effort to convince her to stay with Hertz.  However, about a year before the move to NYC, Nancy had met Robert (Bob)Vondrasek.  She came home that night and told her mother she had met the man she was going to marry.  


Nancy came back to Chicago, and she and Bob were married October 1, 1960.  They had 4 children (Manette, Jeanette, Ron and Rick), a plethora of assorted pets, wonderfully planned vacations, and many, many adventures.  She created a home full of love, joy and wonderful food.  Her cooking and baking are legendary in the family, be it lasagna, spaghetti, egg and cheese and bread patty thingers, Italian chicken, cheesecake, or the cookie extravaganza at Christmas.  


Nancy was active in the church, school, cub scouts, boy scouts, girl scouts, gardening, and various charitable organizations. Her children used to complain they could never get away with anything because everyone knew her.  She created endless types of Halloween costumes, sometimes sewing well into the night.  Her home was a haven to her children’s friends.  Whether it was making hand cookies at Christmas, eating delicious food, or one memorable time she had 5 twenty-something year old “boys” sitting on the living room floor making tissue paper flowers for achurch event she was running, while her daughters waitedimpatiently for them to finish so they could go out.  She was always there for her family with a hug, a kiss, a kick in the butt or a shoulder to cry on – whatever they needed.


When their children were grown, Nancy and Bob becamesnowbirds purchasing a piece of paradise on Honeymoon Island.  They enjoyed watching the dolphins play in the bay, looking for seashells on the beach, and being with friends at the pool.  When their 6 grandchildren visited, it became known as Grandma’s Island.  For their 50th wedding anniversary, Nancy & Bob took their whole family on a cruise.  It was a once in a lifetime experience!


Nancy was a true sun goddess, loving to be in the warm sunlight.  She was always ready for a great conversation or a good game of dominoes or hand & foot. Her devotion to family is reflected in her children and grandchildren.  


Nancy was predeceased by her husband Bob (Robert) Vondrasekand daughter Jeanette (Joe) Knapczyk.  She is survived by her daughter Manette Epright and sons Ron Vondrasek and Rick Vondrasek (Anna Newlin); grandchildren Jillian Knapczyk; Peyton Epright; Paige and Riley Vondrasek; Michael and Benjamin Vondrasek, and many nieces and nephews.




Services will be held at Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S. Madison Ave, Willowbrook, IL on Sunday March 5, 2023 from 2-8pm.  Funeral Mass will be held Monday March 6th at 9:30am at Holy Trinity Church, 111 S. Cass Ave, Westmont, IL.


In lieu of flowers, please donate to the American Diabetes Association, American Lung Association, or Pinellas Talking Book Library.



Maribel Zepeda

Maribel Zepeda, 34, born on May 28, 1988 in Santiago Papasquiaro, Durango; passed away peacefully on Wednesday February 22, 2023 surrounded by loving family & friends. Devoted & beloved wife to Jorge A. Zepeda, daughter of Bertha Diaz (Rodriguez) & the late Jose Diaz, dear sister to Isa (Sergio) Delgado, Lidia (Angel) Garcia & Roseli (Jose) Larios. Cherished aunt of Janet, Sergio Jr., Jazmin, Angel Jr., Adrian, Anabelle, Adamari, Jose Jr. & Salvador. Adored Godmother of Arianna Rivera & loyal friend to so many.

Maribel’s beautiful smile & warm heart touched many lives, her kindness radiated to all those around her. Maribel was a graduate of UIC College of Nursing, she then went on to serve as a registered nurse at Rush University Medical Center. She loved her ‘14 West’ colleagues at Rush, where she formed life-lasting loyal friendships. 

Maribel knew life & time on earth was precious. She was diagnosed with stage IV cancer three months after marrying the love of her life, Jorge. At the time, she was given a two year life expectancy but she was determined & fought relentlessly for seven years. Cancer changed her perspective on life, she knew how special the world was & she found the beauty in things many would not. She lived her life with purpose & appreciated being alive. 

Maribel loved her family, cherished her nieces, nephews & godchildren. She loved to travel & see the world, loved to read & going on hikes to see the beauty around her. Maribel was surrounded by love in her life & will be missed extremely.

Visitation Monday February 27th from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd. 7000 S. Madison Street, Willowbrook.

Funeral service Tuesday February 28th, prayers 10:00 am at the funeral home proceeding to Mass 11:00 am at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, 36 N. Ellsworth Street, Naperville.

Interment: Resurrection Cemetery. Service information: 630-325-2300 or


David G. Ryding

David G. Ryding, age 72, at rest February 18, 2023. Beloved husband of Kathleen R. Ryding (nee Richards) for 37 years. Loving father of Stephanie Zobac (Andrew) and Gregory D. Ryding. Cherished grandfather of Alexander and Madison. Loving brother of Richard Ryding (Donna) and Lauren Ryding, and uncle to many nieces and nephews. Dave was preceded in death by his parents Raymond R. and Judith Ryding.

Visitation Friday March 10th from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd. 7000 S. Madison Street, Willowbrook. Family and friends will gather on Saturday March 11th for Mass 11:00 am at St. John of the Cross Catholic Church, 5005 S. Wolf Road, Western Springs. Services will conclude at the church. Service information 630-325-2300 or


Zhengzhong Zhang

Zhengzhong Zhang of Westmont passed away on February 13, 2023 with his family by his side. Husband of Susan Xu. Loving father of Andrew and Benjamin Zhang. A visitation will be held on Saturday, February 25, 2023 from 1pm ~ 2pm  at  Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S Madison St. Willowbrook, IL 60527. 

Francisco Pereiro, MD

Francisco Pereiro M.D. passed away on February 12, 2023, surrounded by his family. Loving husband of the late Elisa. Beloved father of Elisa (Randall) Hillock and Francisco (Cheryl nee Gardner) Pereiro. Caring grandfather of Jonathan Peter (Megan Kathleen nee Bowens) Pereiro, Frank Gardner (Rene Doris nee Winegar) Pereiro, Stephanie Marie Pereiro, Kirsten Luisa Hillock, Lauren Elise Hillock, Kylie Michelle Hillock, and Matthew Francis Hillock. Dear great-grandfather of Noah Joseph Pereiro, Nathan Frank Pereiro and Clara Elisa Pereiro. Services and interment private. 

Toplica "Tony" Vukosavljevic

Toplica “Tony” Vukosavljevic passed on February 11th, 2023 at the University of Chicago Cardiovascular ICU surrounded by his loved ones after complications from a heart attack.

Toplica was born on April 30th, 1965 in Kushiljevo, Serbia. He was a beloved father, father-in-law, brother, uncle and friend to many.

Toplica is survived by his three children, Matthew (Kristy), Jasmine (Javier), Christian, and his sister, Jovanka, and brother, Jovica. Toplica will be deeply missed by all those who were blessed enough to know him.

On Friday, go directly to the monastery.  There are no services in the funeral home on Friday.

Kimberly A. Henriksen

 A Memorial visitation will be held on Friday March 3, 2023 from 4:00PM ~ 8:00PM at Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S. MAdison St. Willowbrook, Il. 

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