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John A. Martino

John A. Martino, age 91, peacefully passed away at home on February 1, 2022. Loving husband of Michelina “Mickey” Martino (nee: Partipilo) for 65 years. Devoted father of Dominic (Dawn) Martino. Cherished grandfather of Lina Martino, Mary Angela Martino and Julia (Ray) Mejia. Dear Brother, Uncle, and Friend to many.

Visitation Sunday February 6th from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Adolf Funeral Home 7000 S. Madison Street, Willowbrook. Funeral service Monday February 7th , prayers 9:00 am at the funeral home proceeding to Mass 10:00 am at St. Fabian Catholic Church 8300 S. Thomas, Bridgeview. Entombment: Queen of Heaven Cemetery- Christ The King Mausoleum. Information: 630-325-2300 or



Ann Greeley

St. Leonard Church is located at 33rd St. and Clarence Ave., Berwyn

Charisma M. Ehresman

All services conclude at 8:00 pm

Joan Alice Skapy

Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery is located at 20953 W. Hoff Rd., Elwood, Illinois

All visitors and friends should meet at the cemetery

Patricia Jean Dwyer Moy

Patricia Jean Dwyer Moy.  A Renaissance Woman – Lawyer, Writer, Gardner, Avid Doll Collector, Seamstress, and Wonderful Mother passed away on January 22, 2022.   A 40-year resident of Hinsdale, Patricia is the beloved wife of Kenneth, loving mother of Gina Dolin, Scott Dolin and Kenneth J.  Fond grandmother of Caleb.

Before becoming a lawyer, Patricia was a writer.  She wrote a short story under the pseudonym Gina Scott, which she entered in a writing contest.  When she won, she split the prize money 1/3 for Scott, 1/3 for Gina and she kept 1/3.  When she was in Taiwan (for months) awaiting the adoption of Kenny, Patricia wrote the funniest letters to the family.  She also drafted two mystery novels which became lost as Alzheimer’s ravaged her brain.

Patricia loved her garden and most of all she loved the roses.  If you came to visit her in the summer, you got a tour of her rose garden.  She had the same passion for the dolls she collected.  She was never so happy as when someone wanted to see her doll collection.  If she made a recent acquisition, then a full tour of the dolls was needed.  Patricia was also a terrific seamstress, who had a passion for fairness, but most of all she will be remember as a wonderful, generous, fun-loving mother.

A visitation will be held Saturday, January 29 at 11:00 am until the time of the remembrance service at 12:30 pm at Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S. Madison St. Willowbrook, IL.  Interment to follow at Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Stickney, IL. Please send a flower, plant, tree, or a donation to the American Alzheimer's association


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Walter R. Bliss

Walter R. Bliss, age 91, of Downers Grove, IL, passed away January 26, 2022.

Walter was a retired chemistry professor and a brilliant musician.  A born performer, Walter taught himself to play the trumpet, and at the age of 14, joined the Musicians Local 10-208 in Chicago as a lifelong member. He graduated from Morton College and earned his B.A. from the University of Illinois. He spent his military service in the U.S. Army Band and taught chemistry at Morton College for 33 years.

Over the years, Walter would continue to perform with local and national bands across the Midwest. He also enjoyed collecting antiques and traveling the world with his wife, Dolores, a fellow musician and educator.

Walter is survived by his dear brother, Robert R. Bliss; his cherished nieces and nephews Lisa and Ed Krakowiak; Robert and Sandra Bliss; Laura and Christian Plekavic; great-nieces and great-nephews; and countless friends. He is preceded in death by his wife, Dolores.

Donations in his name may be made to the Walter R. and Dolores B. Bliss Scholarship Fund through the Morton College Foundation. Info at or 708-450-8212. He will be greatly missed.

Visitation will be held Sunday, January 30th from 2 to 7pm at Adolf Funeral Home at 2921 Harlem Ave. in Berwyn, IL           All services conclude at 7:00 pm.  For information:  708-484-4111 or

Tina Marie Diorio

Tina Marie Diorio, age 35, passed away peacefully at home on January 23, 2022. Tina was born prematurely on June 8, 1986 and although she endured multiple medical obstacles requiring many surgeries and ongoing medical treatments, she was a true warrior and her resiliency was beyond amazing. Tina was the precious, darling and beloved daughter of Karen Diorio (nee McGuire) and Nicholas A. Diorio; cherished and beloved sister of Nicholas M. Diorio and Michael J. Diorio; dear niece of James (Patti) McGuire; Thomas (Sharon) McGuire: John (Michelle) McGuire; Patrick McGuire; Darylyn (Robert) Mohr; Michelle (Timothy) Novak, and Anthony (Brenda) Diorio; beloved cousin of Tommy, Brian, Katie, Reilly, Kaitlyn, Sarah, Danny, Michael, Christopher, Anthony, Marisa, Alyssa and Timothy. Tina was preceded in death by her beloved grandparents, Thomas P. and Patricia A. McGuire (nee Morris) and Michael J. and Henrietta Diorio. Tina is also survived by a host of loving, wonderful and supportive friends and extended family. She will be missed by her loving dog Maci. Tina will be forever remembered for her loving heart and beautiful, infectious smile. She loved a good joke or story and her laugh was contagious. Tina was an angel on earth and she is an angel in heaven now, free of her pain and limitations.

Memorial visitation Tuesday February 1st from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd. 7000 S. Madison Street, Willowbrook.

Family and friends will meet on Wednesday February 2nd for Mass 10:00 am at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church 8404 S Cass Ave, Darien. The services will conclude at the church.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Tina’s name to the Shriners Hospitals for Children ( would be greatly appreciated.


John J. Keating

John J. Keating, 91 years of age, at rest January 21, 2022.  Beloved husband of the late Alice and the late Jeanne.  Loving father of John, Joseph, Janice and the late James Keating.  Loving father-in-law of Susan and Kimberly.  Grandfather of Jessica, Allison, James (Shannon), John and Kara Keating.  Great grandfather of Calum and Ada Keating.  Loving uncle, step-father, step-grandfather and step-great grandfather.

Services are Friday, January 28, 2022, 8:45 am at Adolf Funeral Home, Ltd., 2921 S. Harlem Ave., Berwyn to St. Leonard Church.  Mass 9:30 am.  Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.  Visitation is Thursday, January 27, 2022 from 2:00 pm until 8:00 pm.  Info at 708-484-4111 or

Mary Frances Smith

Mary Frances (Marifran) Smith (nee Powers), formerly of Chicago and Orland Park, Illinois, as well as Naples, Florida, died on Friday, January 21, 2022, in Burr Ridge, Illinois. 

Marifran was born into a strong Irish Catholic family on February 19, 1928, in Chicago, to the late Michael and Marie (Sweeney) Powers. She was the beloved wife of the late Lawrence (Larry) Smith for 64 years, the loving mother of Laurie (Mike) Kelly, Terry (Dusty Lombardi) Smith, Janice (Mike) Harrington, and Sharon (Jim) Fox, the cherished grandmother of Matthew Peachey, Erin (Tim) Syoen, Patrick Kelly, Meghan Kelly, Colleen Harrington, Kelly Harrington, and Sean Harrington, and great-grandmother of Jackson Peachey, Avery and Grace Syoen, plus a proud aunt to nieces and nephews, a loyal cousin, Godmother, and friend to many. She was preceded in death by her brothers Michael, David (Mona), and Bernard (Judy) Powers. 

She met the love of her life, Larry, at a church dance shortly after he finished his Army service in World War II, and they were married on January 28, 1950.  They were both proud to be part of the Chicago Southside Irish, raising their family while living in Little Flower Parish, before migrating further south to Orland Park.  She graduated from St. Sabina and Loretto HS Englewood, and contiued her education at Fox business school, DePaul, and Loyola while working as a secretary downtown, until she started a family.  When her kids were young, Marifran worked as an office administrator for the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers for 10 years, while also being active in Little Flower church, as the secretary of the Little Flower HS PTO, attending her children's activities, and helping with various fundraisers. After moving to Orland Park, she decided to pursue something different and began what became a very successful career as a Real Estate Broker with Hart Realtors in Tinley Park, a job she loved and held until she and Larry moved to Naples, Florida, where they enjoyed 30 happy years of golfing, bowling, and sharing good times with new Florida friends and longtime Illinois friends. They loved entertaining visitors, especially their kids and grandkids. Not one to sit still, Marifran volunteered several years of her organizational and leadership talents as the President and then a Board of Director of Lakewood Country Club in Naples, Florida, while also being a volunteer for Lady Elks charity projects, the Loretto Federation, and Church fundraisers. She was a smart, energetic, fiercely proud, determined, hard-working woman who loved her Catholic faith, her family, anything Notre Dame, dancing (especially the "Jitterbug" with Larry), playing and teaching her kids and grandkids Mahjong, and living life to the fullest.

There will be a short visitation on Mom's "earthly birthday," Saturday, February 19th, at 9:30 a.m. in the vestibule of Notre Dame Church, 64 Norfolk Ave, in Clarendon Hills, IL, to be followed by a Funeral mass at 10:30 a.m. celebrating Marifran’s happy and full life.  Masks are required while in Church.

Since the Church does not allow flowers, a donation would be greatly appreciated, in Mom's name, to

Due to ongoing Covid concerns at the time, we have decided not to have a luncheon after the Mass. 

Ilija P. Dragisic

Ilija P. Dragisic, Dear son of Peter and Jerry Dragisic.  Loving husband of Tracy.  Father of Philomina Dragisic, Juliana Dragisic and Konan Dragisic.  Brother of Alexandra (Neal) Christensen, Angelique (Michael) Incavo, Nickolas Dragisic and Andrijana Dragisic.  Son-in-law of Karen (the late William Jr.) Halla.  Grandson of the late Ilija S. (late Ingeborg) Dragisic & the late Jerrell (late Esther) Sauls.  Uncle of Ella Dragisic, Evan Sherpan, Henri Sherpan, Emma Sherpan, Anthony Holder, Lucian Holder & Grace, Abigail and Joy Halla.

Ilija enjoyed wrestling and football and was a graduate of Morton West High School Class of 95.   

He was a proud member of the Wheaton Masonic Lodge #269, AF & AM.               

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