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Orsola "Lee" Budka

Orsola “Lee” Budka, loving wife of Donald for 62 years.  Dear mother of Mark (Tracy) and Kenneth (Michele).  Grandmother of Michael (Brooke), Christine, Addison and Eileen.  Great-grandmother of Emma and Sara.  Services are Saturday, October 10, 2020, 10:30 am at Adolf Funeral Home, Ltd., 2921 S. Harlem Ave., Berwyn.  Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery.  Visitation is Friday, October 9, 2020 from 2:00 pm until 8:00 pm.  In lieu of flowers donations preferred in honor of Lee to American Diabetes Assoc. at  Info at 708-484-4111 or

Deborah "Debbie" Martin Pusinelli

Deborah Martin Pusinelli (Debbie), 66, of Western Springs, passed away peacefully in her sleep on Tuesday, October 6th, after a courageous eight-year battle with Melanoma. She was born in Carlisle, Pennsylvania to Edwin and Cornelia Martin. Debbie grew up in Pittsburgh with her four siblings. Her childhood was filled with family adventures, laughter, and love.

Debbie attended Ohio Wesleyan University and the University of Pittsburgh where she earned her B.A. in Child Development and her M.A. in Rehabilitation Therapy Counseling. She worked as the Rehabilitation Coordinator for Westmoreland County Pennsylvania where she helped families navigate caring for children with special needs. While at Ohio Wesleyan, she met the love of her life, Mark Pusinelli.

Debbie and Mark were married in 1979, and together they raised their family in Western Springs. Throughout their 41 years of marriage they created a warm home, raised four children, and always kept the back door open for friends and neighbors.

Debbie was a valued member of the Western Springs community.  Over the years, she worked as a preschool teacher at Grand Avenue Preschool and was the Coordinator of Religious Education at St. John of the Cross and St. Cletus.

She had a passion for volunteerism, and her involvement was vast and included work as the PTO president, Parent-Community Network Chair, and making meals for BEDS. She was involved in far too many other organizations to list. Debbie did her volunteering quietly and never wanted accolades. When she was awarded the Western Springs Citizen of the Year of 2005, she was embarrassed by the attention.

Debbie touched the lives of many and held her friends dear. She was the first to make a meal for someone in need, she was always ready to send a kind card or a thank you note, and she was known as a compassionate listener to everyone. Debbie was an amazing balance of warmth, gentleness, fierce strength and perseverance.

Even though Debbie cared deeply about supporting her friends and community, her number one priority was always her family. Her husband, children, and grandchildren were the center of her world and she always put them first--they were her joy and her light. She was the world’s greatest Grammy and found nothing better than playing with her seven grandchildren, especially at the beach. Her children and grandchildren are her legacy.

Debbie is survived by her spouse, Mark, her four children, Christopher Pusinelli (Mariko), Anna Monahan (Russell), Lisa Marcus (Charlie), Catherine Demkovich (Michael), her seven grandchildren, Henry, Mae, Ingrid, Celia, Ava, Aidan, and Hadley, her sisters, Linda Trusilo and Cindy Pezze, her brothers, Thomas Martin and George Martin, and her six nephews and five nieces.

Her funeral will be private, and there will be a celebration of her life in the spring. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in her name to the Melanoma Research Foundation ( or to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer (

Arrangements entrusted to Adolf Funeral Home – Willowbrook, 630-325-2300 or


William E. "Bill" Navolio

William E. (“Bill”) Navolio, 70, died on Sunday, October 4, 2020, at Northwestern Hospital.  Bill is survived by his wife, Colleen (Miller), and their daughter, Erin (James) Endsley, his brothers, John and Stephen (Margaret), and his sister, Mary (David) Podmokly, his mother-in-law, Pat (Gerald) Miller, brothers-in-law, John (Gina) Miller, Jerry (Karen) Miller, as well as many nieces and nephews whom he loved dearly, and lots of wonderful friends.  He is preceded in death by his parents, Helen (Myers) and John Navolio.

Bill attended Oak Park River Forest High School; he graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 1971 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Georgetown University Law School in 1974. 

Bill devoted his legal career to working with and for banks.  Bill worked as Asst. General Counsel of Amalgamated Bank.  He then served as the General Counsel for First Oak Brook Bancshares, Inc. and, most recently, Leaders Bank.

Bill was an over-the-top Notre Dame fan, particularly Notre Dame football.  He was an avid golfer.  Most of all, Bill was blessed with an amazing sense of humor and a wonderful wit.  Laughter just seemed to follow Bill wherever he went. 

Bill was a loving, kind and generous man who will be dearly missed.

In Bill’s memory, donations may be made to Misericordia, 6300 N. Ridge Ave., Chicago, IL 60660

Arrangements entrusted to Adolf Funeral Home - Willowbrook 630-325-2300 or

Richard A. Lux

Richard (Rick) A. Lux, age 66, at rest October 2, 2020.  Loving son of the late Cletus J. Lux and the late Rita E. Lux (nee: Halter).  Cherished brother of Kathryn (Jesse) Rodriguez, Linda (Wayne) Heifner, the late James Lux and the late Sister Barbara Lux.  Devoted uncle of 6 nieces and nephews, and 8 great-nieces and great-nephews.  Beloved step-father to Lisa (Greg) Wallen and Michele (Brian) Kovack.  Devoted step-grandfather to 4 grandchildren.  Rick spent the early part of his career working as a graphics designer for Sears, Roebuck and Co. and his later years at Jewel.  His passion was bowling and golfing and playing many, many card games with the family.  We will miss him dearly!!  Funeral arrangements are pending.


Imelda M. Arteaga

It was with great love, and profound sadness, that the family of Imelda M. Arteaga announces her sudden peacefull passing on September 26, 2020  at the age of 80. Imelda was an outstanding ,loving , beautiful kind soul , wife, mother , mother in law, sister , aunt , grandma, great grandma,  and friend.  She never let anyone down and she was always full of light god was her savior and she was ready to be let into the gates of heaven.  Imelda  will be lovingly remembered by her husband of 62 years Salustio. Throughout her life time she had three sons Hector (Ellen), Julio Arteaga (Dawn) (Tammy Cross mother of Brittany),  Saul (Kema) and four daughters Alma (Elijio)(Tony father of Tony and Vanessa), Marivel, Marilu (Tom)(Mike Father of Celeste), Edith (Johnny). Who then proceeded to have their own children.  


Tony (Saveri), Vanessa(Armando), Ryan, Laramie, Celeste, Rachel, Ray, Brittany(Marlon), Brandon, Zach, Louie, Sophie, Nico, Milo, Josephine (Matthew), Marcus (Megan), Gabrielle (Sergio), Valerie (Drew), Brianna (Zackary)

Great Grand Children:

Angelina, Jayden, Jasmine, Gabrielle, Xena, Jc, Payton, Dominic, Marriah, Angel, Marcus, Michael, Alayna, Ryder, and numerous other family members and friends. Life was long for Imelda. She always loved and enjoyed seeing her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was so excited to see the kids and bless them when they would leave, she will never be forgotten and she will always have a place in our hearts! This is not goodbye as we will all see you in heaven. In lieu of flowers, please contribute and very much  appreciated to the Go  Fund Me for Imelda Arteaga and link provided below. You may still send flowers in addition.  thank you and blessings for all.

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Lois Marie Jedlovec

St. Pius X Church is located at 43rd Street & Oak Park Avenue, Srickney, Illinois

Thomas Brown

Thomas Brown passed away on September 23, 2020. Beloved husband of Janet Brown. Loving father of Veronica Brown and Leslie Ehardt. Beloved son of Kathy (William Brown) Meek. Brother of Jimmy (the late Patty), Wesley, and Doug (Betty) Brown. A visitation will be held Thursday, October 1, 2020, from 4 pm until time of Funeral Service at 8 pm at 7000 S Madison St, Willowbrook IL 60527. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the children of Thomas Brown. 

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Maria Elena Garcia

All services conclude after the Mass.

St. Anthony Church is located at 15th Street & 50th Avenue in Cicero

Ann Marie Johnson

Ann Marie Johnson, 90, of Willowbrook, Illinois, died peacefully in her daughter's home on September 18, 2020.   Ann Marie was born on July 25, 1930 in Chicago, Illinois. She was the eldest daughter of the late Peter and Margaret Volpe (nee: Arvia). She was the beloved sister of Angelo (the late Janet) Volpe and Annette (the late Guy) Snell.  She married Robert Johnson in Chicago in 1953 and had one daughter, Marjorie (William) Thorsness.  Cherished grandmother of Bill (Kendyl) Thorsness, Robert (Sarah) Thorsness, Jonathan Thorsness and Elizabeth (Bradley) Heit. Devoted great-grandmother of Taylor, Billy, Annabelle, Lydia, and Madelyn Thorsness.  Dear aunt of many cherished nieces and nephews. 

Ann Marie became a widow over 32 years ago, but did not dwell in her grief.  She trusted in the promise of the Gospel and the promise of eternal life in Christ.  Many faith-filled discussions filled her days during the last weeks of her illness.  This was His grace. 

Ann Marie was an encourager. She was a present and patient matriarch of her large family.  She was the cornerstone that provided a safe place of unconditional love. She was the shelter for others when they faced trials, yet she provided salted correction with warmth and attention. She was intentional, and her family valued her focused presence in their lives.  She cried tears of joy more often than tears of sadness.

Ann Marie never missed family events, especially a birthday party! From early on she enjoyed attending the grandchildren baseball games and great-grandchildren dance recitals. 

She loved to cook for her family and was determined to teach her skills and pass on recipes to her grandchildren.  She found knitting, a peaceful pastime and was donating her pieces to local charities up until her illness.  And to those who knew her sharp mind, no one could ever beat her in her word games!  She was a homemaker for most of her married life, but joined the staff of the Hinsdale Doings in later life.

She will be missed by those who fiercely loved her. But we are at peace knowing she is rejoicing in His presence.

Memorials to the American Diabetes Association ( or the Caring Network ( would be appreciated.

Visitation Thursday September 24th from 9:00 am until time of the funeral service 11:00 am at Adolf Funeral Home 7000 S. Madison Street, Willowbrook. Interment: Bronswood Cemetery. Information: 630-325-2300 or



Ann Blaa

Ann Blaa, 95 years of age, at rest September 14, 2020.  Dear wife of the late James.  Loving mother of Jim Blaa of Katy, TX and Marybeth Box of Naperville.  Grandmother of Kevin Blaa Box, Derek Blaa Box and Andrew James Blaa Box all of Salt Lake City, UT.  Sister of Phyllis Herner of Oak Park, IL, Ruth Esvang of Loves Park, IL and Fran Mueller of Niles, IL.

In lieu of flowers donations prefered to:  People Care, Inc.

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