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Charles E. Chesloe

Charles Chesloe, 63, of Willow Springs passed away on September 4, 2022.  He was the son of the late Charles J. Chesloe and Geraldine J. Chesloe, both having passed in 2016.  He is survived by his brother, James M. Chesloe and his sister, Nancy A. Van Fleet (Chesloe) as well as his nieces and nephews Harrison, Grant and Stephanie Chesloe and Julia Van Fleet.   Charley helped run Willow Swim Club all his life, working alongside Caroline Chesloe (grandma), Charley and Gerry Chesloe and his siblings.  He will always be remembered for working hard at the pool and establishing many relationships throughout the years with pool members.  Memorial Visitation is September 25, 2022, between 1PM~4PM at Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S. Madison, Willowbrook, IL 60527.  Info 630-325-2300

Barbara Ann Sievers Jones

Barbara Ann Sievers Jones was born on March 2, 1935, in Chicago, Illinois and was the oldest of seven children born to Fred and Lillie Sievers.  She attended Calumet High School and graduated from Beloit College where she was a proud Delta Gamma.  While at Beloit she went on a blind date with Howard Jones.  According to family lore, they only went out once as each claims that the other was "too wild" for them.  They re-met a few years later while standing up in the same wedding and sparks flew.  They were engaged on July 4, 1959 in the backyard of their dear friends Pat and Don Hindman.  They were married on April 23, 1960 and started a 62-year love affair.  

After teaching 3rd and 4th grades in Elmhurst, they welcomed two children - Karen and Scott - and Barbara became very active in her community.  Through the years she served as the President of the Robert Crown Auxiliary, President of the Hinsdale Assembly, member of the Hinsdale Hospital President's Circle, a long-time Board Member of King-Bruwaert House, a Wellness House Volunteer, the Community House Antique Show Committee, Village Associates, Collectors Club, Ladies Golf at the Hinsdale Golf Club and was very active at Hinsdale Covenant Church, serving in many roles.

Barbara and Howard were avid travelers and explored locations around the world, visiting five continents.  Besides travel, she also loved to entertain and was always welcoming friends and family into her home here in Hinsdale and in Deer Valley.  She played tennis, golf and was an excellent bridge player.  Her math skills made her a tough bridge opponent and kept her checkbook balanced to the penny.  And as many Hinsdaleans know, she was Kramer's most loyal customer.

She passed away on September 3, 2022 and is survived by her husband Howard, daughter Karen (Matt) Fiascone, son Scott (Susie) Jones, grandchildren Austin (fiancee Rachael), Regan, Meghan and Ryan.
A wake will be held at Adolf Funeral Home. 7000 S Madison St, Willowbrook, IL 60527 on Sunday, September 11, 2022 from 3-7 pm.  Funeral services will be at the Hinsdale Covenant Church, 412 S Garfield St. Hinsdale, IL 60521 on Monday, September 12, 2022 at 11 am.  In lieu of flowers, the family welcomes donations to the Hinsdale Hospital Foundation NICU Renovation Fund,




Gary A. Miller

Gary A. Miller, 80 years of age, at rest September 1, 2022.  Loving husband of Mary Ann, nee Kowarsch.  Dear father of Jeremy (Kirsten) Miller, Stephanie Styrna, Sarah Styrna (John Addalia), Suzanne (John) Carroll and Paul Styrna (Denise Vardakas-Styrna). Grandfather of Max, Jon, Kyle, Jack, Faith and Riley. Brother of Shane (Lauri) Miller.

Memorial visitation is Saturday, September 10, 2022 from 1:00 pm until 4:30 pm.

Religious service at 3:00 pm with Rev. Alex Ojacor, officiating.

Earl E. Kelly

Earl E. Kelly, loving and devoted father of Joseph Kelly and Jacob Kelly, passed away unexpectedly at the age of 51. Born in May of 1971, in Wisconsin to the late Patricia Kelly, Earl was the loving brother of the late Deborah Havlik and the late Shari Williams (née Smejkal). He enlisted in the United States Navy during his early youth where he served for seven years. An avid lover of reading and expanding his knowledge, Earl attended local colleges to obtain certifications in all things technology-relevant. A passionate entrepreneur, Earl was known to own and operate numerous IT companies. Most recently a resident of Riverside, IL, Earl enjoyed taking in the local nature scenes with his toy poodle, “Bear”. Earl was known for his kindness, generosity, and ability to quickly make friends with everyone who met him. He enjoyed playing poker, taking trips to microcenter, and fishing. Most notably, Earl could be found expressing his pride in his two sons, Joey and Jake, and love for his nieces, Abigail and Emily Williams and his nephew Dustin Havlik.

A wake will be held on Monday, September 12th, 2022 from 3:00-7:00p.m. at Adolf Funeral Home, 2921 S. Harlem Ave, Berwyn, Illinois. Funeral prayers at Adolf Funeral Home on Tuesday, September 13th, 2022 at 10:00am. Burial to take place immediately following at Concordia Cemetery, 7900 W. Madison Ave, Forest Park, Illinois.

Marlene Butler

Marlene Butler, nee Vyneman, age 86, of Darien; Beloved wife of 64 years to the late Michael L. Butler. Loving mother of Michelle (Frank) Mingey, Patricia (Bill) Hansa, Erin (Jimmy) Horath, Kathleen (Stephen) Unes, Jennifer (Kevin) Kearns, and the late Mark Butler. Loving grandmother of Michael (Caitlin), Billy, Michael, Jack, Emma, Claire, Travis, Bella, Madeline, Zachary, Mollie, Grace, Charlie, and Eibhlin. Great grandma to Izzy and Emmett.

Sister of the late Francis (Lowell) Reider and Richard (Janet) Vyneman.

Marlene was born on March 27th, and was the 3rd child of Bill and Emma Vyneman. She grew up on a small farm in Annawan, IL. She attended a one room schoolhouse for her elementary years and later went on to earn a nursing degree at St. Ambrose College, which she always proudly stated was paid for with her mother’s “egg” money. After graduation, she moved to Chicago to work at the VA Hospital. Soon after, she met the charming Michael Butler.

Michael and Marlene were married on August 30, 1958. They were blessed with seven children, Michelle, Dawn, Patti, Mark, Erin, Kathleen, and Jennifer. They settled into a tight-knit neighborhood on the South-Side of Chicago. She helped build a community at St. Denis Parish where she worked vehemently to help save the unborn children through Pro-Life causes.

During this time, she continued to work as a nurse doing private-duty, industrial nursing (Nabisco), workmen’s compensation, and the neighborhood fixer of scratches and knicks. She loved being a nurse and took great pride in her profession.

Family and friends were always central to her life. She loved going “home” to Annawan, spending time with her family and playing a game of Rolle-Bolle. Marlene also loved to entertain at Lake Thunderbird. She loved the idea that people could come out to the lake to socialize, catch-up, and back away from busy lives. One of her favorite events was to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. While her husband and son dyed the Chicago River green, she was on the side-lines partying with the rest of the family making the best Irish Coffee. She also loved to play golf and to travel where she met many people along the way. She truly was a social butterfly.

Marlene was so family focused; she loved being a grandmother, great grandmother and an aunt to so many. She was her grandchildrens’ number one fan. She attended many sporting events, concerts, and celebrations. As her grandchildren grew, so did her relationship with them. She often partied with them at her lake house. But most importantly, she offered them great advice and always shared her love of God and the importance of faith with them.

Marlene’s legacy will be all the lives she touched for the better. She truly helped so many people through her kind actions, great advice, and charitable heart. She will be missed by so many.

Visitation Friday, September 2, 2022 from 3:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. at Adolf Funeral Home, Ltd., 7000 South Madison Street, Willowbrook; Funeral Prayers Saturday September 3, 2022 at 9:00 Adolf Funeral Home followed by a procession to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church. for 10:00 A.M. Mass. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers donations to The Courage Program, 9711 S. Kolin Ave. Oak Lawn, Il 60453 would be appreciated.  For info 630-325-2300


Jocelyn Wunder

Jocelyn Wunder passed away unexpectedly on August 27, 2022. Wife of Michael Wunder. Mother of  Lizamay Lamigan Caso, Wilson Walter Wunder and Jackson Caso Wunder. A visitation will be held on Saturday September 3, 2022 from 1pm until time of service at 3pm, at Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S. Madison St. Willowbrook, IL 60527. 

Mildred Woitovich

Mildred Woitovich (nee Vomachka) passed peacefully in her sleep on August 26, 2022. She was 92 years old. “Millie” was born on September 2, 1929, and raised on a farm in Meadowlands, MN. At age 18, she moved to the Chicago suburb of Berwyn, to live with her sister, where she met the boy next door and fell in love.

Beloved mother of three children, Frances (Mark) Besyk, Alexander (Patricia) Woitovich, and Marie (Tomas) Colon. Loving Nana to Shannon (Andrew) Hill, Peter Woitovich, Nick Wright, Ali Woitovich, and Michael Colon, and Great Nana to Makenzie and Johnathan Hill.

Preceded in death by her husband, Alexander Woitovich, parents Frank and Frances Vomachka, siblings Rose, Edward, Martha, and Joseph, daughter, Carol, and longtime companion, John Ondrus.

A celebration of her birthday, and life, will be held on Friday, September 2nd at Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S. Madison Street in Willowbrook. IL. Visitation will begin at 9am, with a Service at 12pm. A private interment will follow.

In lieu of flowers, donations in her name, may be sent to the Susan G. Koman Foundation.


José Mariscal

José Merced Mariscal Mota of Berwyn passed away on August 25, 2022 in Hinsdale. He was born in Durango Mexico on November 18, 1953 to Ana Mariscal Mota and the late Teodoro Mariscal. Loving husband of Maria Socorro Mariscal. Beloved father of Diego, David and Claribel. Grandfather to Nicholas, Kayla, Lucas, Gabriela and Sophie. Oldest brother of 11, uncle to many nieces and nephews. A visitation will be held on Tuesday August 30, 2022 from 4pm-8pm at Adolf Funeral Home, 2921 S Harlem Ave, Berwyn, IL 60402. Family and friends will meet at on Wednesday, August 31, 2022, for a 9am funeral mass at Mary Queen of Heaven Church, 5300 W 24th St, Cicero, IL 60804. Interment will follow at Mt Auburn Cemetery, Stickney. 

Nancy E. Morrissey

Nancy Morrissey, born in Chicago, longtime resident of Berwyn, late of LaGrange Park.  Died August 23, 2022 at age 83 years.  Loving widow of Pete, mother of Bernie, mother-in-law of David.  Beloved sibling of Jack (Mary) Egan, Pat (Ed) Faley and the late Marianne (Bob) McKeague.  Aunt of many nieces and nephews.  Longtime parishioner and servant of Christ at St. Leonard Church in Berwyn.  Visitation is Sunday, August 28, 2022 from 3:00 pm until 8:00 pm at Adolf Funeral Home, Ltd., 2921 S. Harlem Ave., Berwyn.  Funeral Mass is Monday, August 29, 2022, 10:00 am at St. Leonard Church.  Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to The Greater Chicago Food Depository at  Info at 708-484-4111 or

David K. Parse

David K. Parse, age 60, at rest August 19, 2022. Loving husband of Theresa Parse (nee: Austerberry) for 30 years. Devoted father of Tyler, Mitchell and Charles Parse. Dear brother of Karen (Daniel) Korbutt and William (Judi) Parse. Fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. David is also survived by his loyal and devoted companion “Duke”. David was preceded in death by this parents Henry “Hank” and Sylvia Parse and his brother Gary Parse.

Dave grew up in Detroit, and attended DeLasalle Catholic High School where he led his varsity basketball team.  He attended the University of Michigan and received his bachelor’s degree in accounting.  After graduating, he worked at Toss Ross in Detroit for two years.  He then returned to the University of Michigan to complete his MBA.  He worked for many financial firms as an investment advisor.  His favorite times were spent with his family and coaching his boys’ in baseball and basketball.  Maze and blue ran through his veins, and he was a staple at many University of Michigan football games. He also enjoyed many friends and rounds of golf at Ruth Lake Country Club.

Memorial visitation Friday August 26th from 9:00 am until the Memorial Service 11:30 am at Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd. 7000 S. Madison Street, Willowbrook. Inurnment: Resurrection Cemetery, Clinton Township, MI.

In lieu of flowers, memorials to your favorite charity would be appreciated.

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