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Maria Luisa Gonzalez Quintana

Maria Luisa Gonzalez Quintana, age 86, at rest April 30, 2022. Beloved wife of the late Pablo Quintana.

Loving mother of Pablo (Emelina), Ricardo (Maritza), Luis (Rosalinda) and Francisco (Janice) Quintana.

Cherished grandmother of Pablo (Tiana), Martin (Nicole), Daniel (Miranda), Ricardo, Melissa (Jimmy) Civito, Monica, Alex, Anthony, Andy, Lyndsey, Loryn, and Michael.

Devoted great-grandmother of

Leyla, Elias, Francesca Paolina

Mia, Carson, and Ava.

Maria is also survived by many nieces & nephews in Texas and Mexico and her dearest sister-in-law Irma Collazo Quintana.

Maria was a Grade School Assistant Teacher for the Archdiocese of Chicago and the Chicago Board of Education. She retired in 1996 after 40 years of dedicated service. 

Visitation Wednesday May 4th, from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd.    2921 S. Harlem Avenue, Berwyn.

Funeral service Thursday May 5th, prayers 9:00 am at the funeral home proceeding to Mass 10:00 am at Our Lady of the Holy Family Parish at Notre Dame de Chicago Church, 1334 W. Flournoy Street, Chicago.    Services will conclude at the church.


To view the Mass remotely:

They can log into Facebook and look for Our Lady of the Holy Family Parish or visit our webpage at:

And scroll down to the green square where it says, “Click here to watch the mass on Facebook.” Or click here to watch live on YouTube.



Joseph R. Salcik, Sr.

Joseph R. Salcik, Sr. age 85, at rest April 26, 2022. Loving husband of Theresa (nee Mileusnich). Dear father of Jeffrey, Gail Vitucci, Wendy (David) Andres, Terri (Jason) Doty, Jennifer, Shelly and the late Joseph Salcik. Grandfather of Sara, Steven, Alexandra, Krystina, Nadia, J.P., Joey (Kate), Michael, Julia, Katie, Tucker, Nathan, Kayla, Benjamin and Spencer. Father-in-law of Yvette Salcik. Brother of Joann, Judy, Janice, Joel, Janet and Tina.

Visitation Friday April 29, 4PM~9PM at Adolf Funeral Home, 2921 S. Harlem Ave., Berwyn. Prayers 9AM Saturday proceeding to St. Joseph Catholic Church for Mass at 10AM.  Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery.  For info 708-484-4111.

Christopher John Lonis

Christopher John Lonis, age 50, died in automobile accident on Thursday April 21, 2022. Loving husband of Carrie Lonis (nee: Lusk). Devoted father of Gus, Evie, Cate and Grace Lonis. Dear brother of Paul Lonis (Tanya Pechnik) and Katherine Lonis.  Loving son-in-law of Mike and Virgie Lusk.  Loving brother-in-law of Kristin (Joe) Reynhout and Thomas (Olivia) Lusk.  Loving uncle of Sean, Justin, Keaton, Maddie, Caylin and Bryce. Christopher was preceded in death by his parents Gus and Nancy Lonis.

Visitation Wednesday April 27th from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd. 7000 S. Madison Street, Willowbrook.

Family and friends will gather on Thursday April 28th for Mass 10:00 am at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church 701 S. Eola Road, Aurora.  He will lie-in-state at the church from 9:00 am until the time of the Mass.

Interment: Good Shepherd Catholic Cemetery, Orland Park.

Donald L. Faje

Donald L. Faje, 87 years of age, at rest April 19, 2022.  Loving husband of the late Janice.  Dear father of Donald L. (Mary) Faje Jr., Arthur (Cheryl) Faje and Elizabeth (William) Raftery.  Grandfather of Ashley, Danielle, Matthew, Maggie and Patrick.  Great-grandfather of Easton and Briella.  Brother of Leo (the late Michelle). 

 Don’s dogs Cody and Riley and grand dog, Lexi.

Isidor Wasler

Isidor Wasler, age 85, passed away suddenly April 14th, 2022. Beloved husband of Helga T. Wasler (nee: Huber) for 62 years. Loving father of Joseph (Erin) Wasler and Christina (Jeff) Ehli. Devoted grandfather of Connor, Riley, Shane and Kyla Wasler, Andrew and Analisa Ehli.

Isidor was born August 5, 1936 in Ismaning, Germany. He was preceded in death by his parents, Isidor and Francisca Wasler. He had 8 brothers and sisters with countless nieces and nephews. Isidor was a machinist for the Chicago Tribune and retired after 34 years of dedicated service.

Memorial Visitation Sunday April 24th from 1:30 pm until time of Memorial Service 3:30 pm at Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd. 7000 S. Madison Street, Willowbrook.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to the Alzheimer’s Association ( would be appreciated.


Jay Popek

Resurrection Cemetery, 7201 Archer Ave., Justice, Illinois

There are no services at the funeral home on Easter Sunday

Terence "Terry" Monaghan

Terry Monaghan, age 79, passed away peacefully at home on the evening of April 12th, 2022 surrounded by his family. Terry was born on June 11, 1942. He attended Quigley Seminary for 3 years and graduated from St. Mel High School.

In 1965, Terry married the love of his life Joanne Monaghan (nee: Locascio) and they were together for 57 years of wedded bliss. They went on to have five children (all girls!), Michelle (Arthur) D’Andrea, Sandra (Anthony) Tremonte, Jill (Kelly) McCafferty, Kim (Brad) Mitchell and Kris (Louis) Scapellato. Cherished grandfather of Joseph (Courtney), Daniel (Tricia), Meghan & Courtney D'Andrea; Gina Tremonte; Samantha & Louie Scapellato; and Cameron & Kara Mitchell, and great-grandfather of Carter & MaKenna D’Andrea; Chase, Emerson & Maverick D’Andrea and Daniel Swayka. Devoted uncle of Laura White, Frank Eannarino and Susan (Jake) Tipre. Preceding him in death was his grandson Arthur D'Andrea, Jr; sister Irene (Frank) Eannarino and brother Michael (Amelia) Monaghan. Devoted best friend and partner in crime of Pat Wallace.

Terry was the life of the party, always laughing, joking and dancing. He was loved by everyone who met him with his infectious smile, Irish eyes and warm (and sometimes mischievous) personality. To know Terry is to have shared a laugh or a beer with him.  He was a great storyteller, and you could listen to his crazy stories for hours on end. No matter the circumstance, you would always leave with a smile. He was loyal and fierce in his devotion to his family and friends, always reliable and true. His favorite thing in the world to do was to cheer on his grandchildren at their sporting events.  He never missed a baseball, softball, soccer, football or basketball game.  We will miss him terribly.

He loved to travel to all kinds of places with his wife Joanne. His travel destinations included California, Colorado, Montana, Marco Island, Alaskan Cruise, Siesta Key, Italy, France and the rolling fields of green of Ireland.  But his favorite all time vacation was the annual family and friends’ reunion in none other than the Wisconsin Dells.

Terry’s business career specialized in Locomotive Sales and included positions with Electro-Motive, Alstom, MPI, Wabtec and General Electric. He retired after 50 years of dedicated service to his profession.

Visitation Monday April 18th from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd.     7000 S. Madison Street, Willowbrook. Funeral Service Tuesday April 19th, prayers 9:15 am at the funeral home proceeding to Mass 10:00 am at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church, 8404 S. Cass Avenue, Darien. Interment: Queen of Heaven Cemetery, Hillside.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (

James W. Glass

James W. Glass, curator and builder of the Hinsdale Theatre Wurlitzer/Kimball Pipe Organ, husband to Hope (Johnson); father to Jamie (Matt) Engelman and Bart Glass (Lauren Gray); grandfather to Logan Cederstrand, Chase Cederstand, Ellie Engelman, Cody Engelman, and Olivia Glass; brother to Bob (Karen) Glass, Carl (Sherry) Glass and Louise (Mike) Forbes; brother in law to Leif (Liz) Johnson, late Mark (Cheryl) Johnson, Eric (Kyle) Johnson, Joyce (Don) Ross; uncle to Jenny (Pete), Mindi (Danny), Beth (Dave), Lauren (Joe), Matt (Rachel), Tori (Eric), Emma, Jackie, Amanda, Nick, Sean, Paul, Rebecca (Tony), and Tim; great uncle to Abbey, Finn, Jake, Ben, Avery, Emily, Lily, Julian, Nathan, Aidan, Megan, Joey, Josh, Sam, Brian, Maggie, Hannah, Daniel, Elizabeth, Maddi, Xander, Damian, and Alex.


Jim was born in Oak Park, IL in 1946.  He attended IIT and studied electrical engineering.  After school he began his work as a projectionist at the Hinsdale Theatre.  He collected organ parts from theatres, stadiums, and churches around the country and built a magnificent pipe organ.  It is still renowned for its excellence and missed by organ enthusiasts.  Jim worked as a paperboy, a film projectionist, a furniture mover, an electrician, a handyman, an antique furniture repairer, and more.  He seemed to know something about everything.

While working at the Hinsdale Theatre and on the organ, Jim met Hope at Soukup’s Hardware store.  They dated, married, and had two children together.  He was an amazing father.  He helped Bart and Jamie with math and science homework even after long days of hard work.  Their successes in life are owed to the kindness, intelligence, and example he set.  As Grumpa to Logan, Chase, Ellie, Cody, and Olivia he left an impression that will last a lifetime.  Jim will be missed by all the people lucky enough to have met him, but most of all by his family. 

Visitation will be held Friday April 22, 4:00pm until time of Remembrance's 7:00pm at Adolf Funeral Home 7000 S. Madison St. Willowbrook IL. In lieu of flowers memorials can be made to the Michigan Theatre in Ann Arbor,

Robert A. Shrutek

Robert Allen Shrutek, born March 31, 1965, at rest April 8, 2022.

Bob was a lifelong dog lover and spent many great years with Rebel, IROC, Apache, Cooper and Dixie. With his dogs, he shared unconditional love, loyalty, goofiness and a unique personality. Bob also loved anything motorized: cars, trucks, snowmobiles, boats and especially his motorcycles. He loved to twist the wick! He cheered for the Hawks, the Cubs and the Bears, and also loved attending his nephews’ sporting events. But most of all, he had a huge heart and loved his family dearly.

For his final motorcycle ride, we wish for clear skies, sunshine, wind in his hair, a smile on his face, smooth pavement ahead of him and peace.

Bob is survived by his parents Robert and Kathryn Shrutek; his sisters Jeanne (David) Kelly and Kristina Shrutek; his nephews Brendan, Ryan and Aidan Kelly; many cousins and special friends.

A memorial will be held on Friday, April 15th from 4-7pm at Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S. Madison St. Willowbrook, IL.   In lieu of flowers, donations to the Hinsdale Humane Society would be appreciated.

Linda May Ness

All services conclude after 9:00 pm Friday

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