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Diane M. Colvin

Diane M. Colvin (nee Vondra), age 66, of Joliet IL, at rest June 28, 2020. Cherished daughter of Josephine (the late Edward) Vondra. Loving mother of Lindsay (John) Vlahos, Megan Kehr, and Ryan (Amy) Kehr. Devoted Granny to Aiden, Elena, Carter, Peter, Gavin, Kamden, Madden, Teddy and Phoenix. Dear sister of Bonnie (the late Frank) Turucz and JoAnn (Mark) Kimak. Caring Aunt to many nieces and nephews. Diane was preceded in death by her husband Cary. A Memorial Visitation will be held on Wednesday July 1, 2020 from 4PM - 7PM. All services conclude at the funeral home.

Joan Ziemba

Joan Ziemba (nee Schaberg), 93, passed away on June 28, 2020, just weeks after the passing of her beloved husband of 64 years, Hank.  Joan was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and was a graduate of Bowling Green University. She worked as a dietician in Chicago before marrying Henry Ziemba and moving to Clarendon Hills, IL where they raised their family and lived for over 50 years. Joan made a point of maintaining close contact with the many friends she made throughout her life. Should a friend ever experience a hardship, Joan was first on the scene with comforting words and a homemade meal. She had a clever sense of humor, but was never one to seek the spotlight.  Joan and Hank hosted Thanksgiving dinner in their home every year. The last one, when they were in their eighties, had 32 guests in attendance. She volunteered at the Clarendon Hills Library, was a prolific knitter and also enjoyed playing bridge and tennis. Most of all, Joan loved spending time with her family. After lovingly raising her three daughters, Joan delighted in the antics and accomplishments of her seven grandsons.

Joan is preceded in death by her husband, Henry, and her brother, Jim. She is survived by her daughters Amy Proegler (Mark), Susan Volkmann (Will), and Martha Cook (Jim); and her grandsons Adam Proegler (Margaret), Henry Proegler, William Volkmann, Charlie Volkmann (Jackie), Andrew Volkmann, Spencer Cook, and Matthew Cook.  Donations may be made to the Evangelical Covenant Church of Hinsdale.

Francisco Javier Alba

Francisco Javier Alba, 80 years of age.  Son of Virginia Alba and the late José Cruz Alba.  Loving husband of Olinda. Dear father of Adriana (Alejandro), Ricardo Javier (Herlinda) Favela and Denys Alba.  Grandfather of Natalie and Amelia Castillo; Angelica, Amanda and Jessica Alba; Jimmy Alba & Isabella and Helenna Graham.  Great-grandfather of Liliana. Brother of Yolanda, Amador, Cristina and Esperanza.

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James A. Schneider

James A. Schneider, age 92, at rest June 21, 2020. Beloved husband of the late Gladys J. Schneider (nee; Hilburger) for 68 years. Loving father of James C. (Dr. Deborah) Schneider and Jan Sowinski (Jon Silk). Dear grandfather of Jennifer Sowinski, James (Liane) Sowinski, Carrie (Tony) Wilkinson and Matthew (Kelly) Schneider. Devoted great-grandfather of Elise, Nathan, Allysn, Luke, Kelsey, Trey, Kaedyn, James and Levi. Preceded in death by his parents William J. and Agnes Emma Christina Schneider (nee; Nelson).

Jim was an Electrical Engineer for Commonwealth Edison and retired after 35 years of service. Family and friends will gather for a graveside interment prayer Monday, June 29th,  11:00 am. at Chapel Hill Gardens South Cemetery, Oak Lawn. In lieu of flowers, donations made to the USO or the VA in Jim’s honor would be appreciated. Service information: Adolf Funeral Home – Willowbrook 630-325-2300 or


Evan C. Melau

Evan C. Melau, age 15, was tragically killed in a hit-and-run accident on Friday evening June 19th. He is survived by his heartbroken family, his parents Chuck and Jamie Melau, Jr; his brother Jacob Melau and his sister Zoe Melau.

He is also survived by his grandparents Michael and the late Debra Paul, Chuck and Kathleen Melau, Sr; and his uncles Jon Paul and Jeremy (Jackie) Paul.

Evan lived every day and approached every challenge he met with 125% effort. His strong will and determination to succeed were the driving force that led to many admirable accomplishments in his young life. He will always be remembered for his smiling face, his laugh and his kindness shown to everyone.

At an early age Evan realized the importance of a good education by his parents teaching him to always do your best. His dedication to his schoolwork and studies resulted in him being named honor roll student.

He excelled in his athletic endeavors as well with basketball, football and especially baseball where his “no fear” attitude at second base was admired by his coaches and teammates.

Visitation Thursday June 25th from 3:00 pm until the time of funeral service 8:00 pm at Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd. 7000 S. Madison Street, Willowbrook.

In lieu of flowers, Evan’s family would sincerely appreciate you sharing your photos and memories about him. Cards will be available at the visitation to share your thoughts with his family.  

Consistent with the recommendations from the Illinois Funeral Directors Association, we will be following the CDC guidelines on gatherings, including those directly related to any funerals and visitations. Please observe all current social distancing recommendations.



Rosemarie J. Jurewicz

Rosemarie Jurewicz (nee Papaleo), age 81, went into the arms of her Lord and Savior on June 17, 2020.  Her parents John and Carmella preceeded her in death as well as all her brothers and sisters.  Ralph (the late Mary and Fran), Marie (John), Victoria (Armand), Pete (Delphina), Frank (Lee), John (Nancy), Carmella (Bert), Lucy (Arnold), Helen (Fred), and Tony (Joan), and an infant sibling who went to heaven.  Rosemarie was a loving Aunt to many nieces and nephews as well as to many others that fondly called her Aunt Roe.  She loved the LORD.  She loved to read her devotions daily prior to her vision going bad.  She loved music from Perry Como to II Divo.  She enjoyed playing cards with her family, bingo, crafting, crocheting countless hats and scarves, and became an artist late in life with several beautiful paintings.  She graduated from Harrison High School in Chicago.  She was an office clerk and retired from Parochial Book Covers located in Chicago. A visitation will be held Thursday, June 25 from 3-8pm at Adolf Funeral Home 2921 S. Harlem Ave. Funeral service Friday June 26, 10:00am at the funeral home. Interment to follow at Queen of Heaven Cemetery.



Joyce C. Hahn

JOYCE C. HAHN   1932 - 2020

Clarendon Hills - Joyce C. Hahn (Cordts), 88, a resident of the friendly village for 15 years, formerly of Burr Ridge and formerly of Hinsdale, passed away peacefully on the morning of Wednesday, June 17, 2020.

   She was born on March 17, 1932, in Pekin, Illinois, to Glenn F. and Blanche A. Cordts. Missing her caring and giving nature, loving presence, and smiling face are: two younger brothers, Kenley Cordts of Tomahawk, WI, and Robert G. “Bob” (and Carolyn) Cordts of Pekin (who gifted Joyce with three nephews who called her “AJ”: Bryan (Shelly) Cordts, Bradley (Kim) Cordts, and Brandon (Dawn) Cordts), and three sons; Mark J. Hahn of Mequon, WI, Glenn E. Hahn of Riverside, IL, and Chris J. Hahn of Clarendon Hills, IL. She is also survived by six grandchildren: Cody (Jordan) Larimore, Haley (Jonathan) Woods, Sarah (Danny) Matz, Michael (Sara) Hahn, Christopher Hahn, and Olivia Hahn, and one great-grandchild, Tyson Larimore.

   She graduated, as a National Honor Society Member, from Pekin Community High School in 1950. She graduated from the School Of Nursing at The Methodist Hospital of Central Illinois in 1953. Her first nursing job was at Presbyterian Hospital in Chicago.

   Joyce married Jerome J. Hahn, MD, on June 15, 1957. Their union lasted 47 years; “Doc” passed away in November of 2004. Her work as a registered nurse was interrupted by the more rewarding career of motherhood. Balancing this passion and responsibility with other interests, she was enthusiastic about bowling, playing golf and tennis. She also enjoyed bridge group. She followed the Blackhawks, Bulls and Cubs; she tolerated the Bears. At neighborhood block parties, Mrs. Hahn’s delicious potato salad never failed to impress. 

   Joyce was always active at the Hinsdale United Methodist Church. But once her athletic diversions began to slow, she went full throttle as a volunteer at church and within the community. There were frequent outings with “the old farts” to plays, musicals and the like, and post-church luncheons with her friends were always on the calendar.

   Even with such a full schedule - work, motherhood, casual sports and church membership, Joyce found time to travel. She cruised the Rhine and The Caribbean. She visited the Canadian Rockies,San Diego, New Orleans and Hawaii. She also enjoyed visiting local places, such as Traverse City, Michigan, and Galena, Illinois. Joyce was also a voracious reader. She was never without a newspaper, a magazine, or a book. She was an accomplished baker. Her perennial pumpkin bread earned rave reviews and legions of fans. Joyce’s unique sense of humor was as appreciated. 

   The long list of causes and organizations she donated money to, the cards and gifts she would send to her wide circle of friends are just two examples of her generous and giving nature. She enjoyed shopping, watching Wheel of Fortune, planting and tending to her Martha Washington Geraniums. She loved being a grandmother and adored being a great-grandmother. 

   Her passing is an immeasurable loss. Our grief is ameliorated by how many friends she had, how many lives she touched, and by the fond and fun memories that all who knew her will carry with them.  

   In lieu of flowers, charitable contributions can be made to the Joyce Hahn (“Troublemaker”) Memorial Fund, care of Hinsdale United Methodist Women. Visitation will be on Friday, July 10, from 5 to 8 p.m., at Adolf Funeral Home in Willowbrook. Memorial service will be held at Hinsdale United Methodist Church at a date and time to be determined. Joyce will be buried next to her parents in Lakeside Cemetery, in Pekin, IL.



Daniel E. Krcmar

Daniel E. Krcmar, 67, of LaGrange, IL passed away June 16, 2020.  Dan was born on January 18, 1953 in Chicago to Joanna (Rukavina) and Joseph Krcmar.  He was the youngest of 5 children. Dan grew up in Stickney, IL and graduated from Morton West High School (Berwyn, IL) and St. Mary’s College (Winona, MN).  After graduation, Dan was the owner of Waldo Peepers Pub for 22 years, he aslo worked at Southern Wine & Spirits.  Dan was preceded in death by his parents, his sister Cecilia, and his brother, Gregory. Those left to cherish the many great memories are his wife Jean (Gebhart), and children Nick (Cassie), Kristine (Andrew) Lukanich, Dan and Kimberly. Dan was a beloved Papa to McKenna, Breckin, Teagan, Brighton, and Killien Lukanich. He was a loving brother to Joseph (Dorothy) Krcmar, Vivian (Rich) Kramer, and sister-in-law Justine (Greg) Krcmar. He was also a caring uncle to many nieces and nephews.Dan’s outgoing personality led to countless life-long friendships, and positive connections were made on a daily basis with anyone lucky enough to cross his path. A Memorial Visitation will be held at Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S  Madison St, Willowbrook, IL on Saturday, June 27, 2020 from 2PM-6PM with a short memorial service at 5PM In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Diabetes Association or the National Kidney Foundation. 



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Sylvia Kraus

Wife of the late Louis Kraus.  Loving mother of Annel Innocentini. Ex mother-in-law of Michael Innocentini. Grandmother of Giana and Alana Innocentini.  Daughter of Maria and Juan Ortiz. Sister of Ninfa, Alicia, Lidia, Gloria, Ruben, the late Juan, Elva and Leticia.  Significant other of Alex Chabez.  Dear aunt of many.

Queen of Heaven Cemetery, 1400 S. Wolf Rd., Hillside

Xavier T. Cruz

Evergreen Cemetery, 87th & Kedzie Ave., Evergreen Park, Illinois

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