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Frederick Oliver Larson

Frederick Oliver Larson, age 32, LaGrange Highlands, late of Chicago, suddenly and unexpectedly passed on December 26, 2021. Beloved son of Gary and Melody (nee Luisi) Larson. Dear brother of Alexander Larson. Devoted nephew of Gregg Larson of Rockford, Linda and Max Kyger of Danville, Marie Luisi of Bridgeview, and Michael (late Penny) Werschkul formerly of Palos Hills. Beloved cousin of The Werschkul and Thompson families.

Fred was born on December 14, 1989. He attended LaGrange Highlands District 106 schools and Lyons Township High School. He loved playing baseball and often said the best memories were his times with the Oak Lawn Orioles youth travel team. Fred graduated with Honors from Drake University in Des Moines in 2012. He earned the distinction of Fellow of the Casualty Actuary Society in 2014, after passing all 11 exams on the first attempt. He held positions in the actuarial field with several companies. Fred will be greatly missed by his many close friends, co-workers, and others whose lives he touched.

Visitation will be held Wednesday, January 5, 2022, beginning at 3:00 pm with a Memorial Service starting at 7:00 pm at Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S. Madison Street, Willowbrook, IL. Cremation and private interment later. Information: 630-325-2300 or



Bob V. Kintzel

Bob V. Kintzel, age 93, at rest December 25, 2021.  Beloved husband of Viivi (nee: Ungerson) for 13 years.  Loving father of Linda (Tony) Santoro, James (Joanne) VeNard, the late Vicki Baseleon. Loving Stepfather of Carol A. (Daniel Janak) Boberg and Donald Boberg.  Dear grandfather of 4 and great-grandfather of 8.  



Daniel R. & Rosemarie M. O'Hara

Daniel R. O’Hara

Rosemarie M. O’Hara


Daniel R. O’Hara died on December 23, 2021. He was 94 years old. Six weeks later, his wife of 72 years, Rosemarie M. O’Hara (Kessler), died on February 7, 2022.  She was 91 years old. They were 35-year residents of Wheaton and active parishioners at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Winfield; they most recently resided in Hinsdale.


They were preceded in death by Daniel’s parents, Hazel (Yirrell) and Daniel R. O’Hara, Sr., Rosemarie’s parents Rose (Stoeck) and Max Kessler, and her sisters Bernice (late Robert) Wunderlich, Dorothy Kessler, Emily Kessler, and Alice(late Aldo) Perrazzolo.  They are survived by their daughters Jeannine (William) Baltz of Mobile, Alabama, Karen (John) Bussan of Evanston, and Bridget (late James) Wright of Hinsdale, and their sons Kevin (Lee Whitacre) of Lombard, and Daniel (Teresa Paal) of Midland, Michigan. They are fondly remembered by their grandchildren Samuel Bussan, Melanie Bussan, Daniel J. Wright, and Daniel A. O’Hara, and many nieces and nephews who enjoyed their wit, good humor, and generous spirits.


A memorial visitation will be held on Friday, February 25 at 10 a.m. at Notre Dame Catholic Church in Clarendon Hills, with a funeral mass immediately following at 11 a.m. Inurnment at Assumption Catholic Cemetery in Winfield will be private. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate memorial donations to Mercy Home for Boys and Girls at

Patricia Volsansky

Patricia Volsansky, age 82, passed away in the early morning of December 22, 2021. Wife of the late Bernard Volsansky, beloved mother of daughter Cheryl L Kocanda and son Martin C Volsansky, and caring mother in law to Robert Kocanda. Loving grandmother to Matthew and Jakob Kocanda, great grandmother to Emmett Atlas Kocanda. The most selfless mother to fur baby Sasha, with far too many previous pets to count that were given incredible lives. Patricia was loved by many, and will be dearly missed by all other friends and family.

A visitation will be held Tuesday, January 4, 2022 from 3-7pm at Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S Madison St. Willowbrook IL 60527.A funeral service will be held at the funeral home on Wednesday January 5, 2022 at 10am. Interment will follow at Resurrection Cemetery, Justice IL. 

As was customary for her, animals were always the most important, so in lieu of flowers, memorial donations would be appreciated at ASPCA ( to honor Patricia’s wishes to always give animals the best life.

Richard "Dick" M. Gurzynski

Richard “Dick” Marion Gurzynski, age 91, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Tuesday, December 21 at his Hinsdale home. He was born April 3, 1930 in Chicago and married the love of his life, Dorothy née Jankowski, on May 7, 1955. Dick is preceded in death by Dorothy; his infant son, Gregg; his brother, Edward “Smiley”; and his sister, Melaine. Dick is survived by his children: Janice (Thomas) Nieman, Jacqueline (R. Michael) DeSalle, Jayne (Philip) Euwer, and Gary (Sally) Gurzynski. He was a devoted grandfather to Molly (Bryan) Smith, Kristina (William Jr.) Cossen, Philip “Bryson” (Lauren) Euwer Jr., Rebecca DeSalle, Benjamin Euwer, Amanda (Patrick) Barkley, R. Michael DeSalle Jr., Victoria Nieman, and Matthew Gurzynski. Dick loved nothing more than playing with his great grandchildren: Catherine Elise Cossen, Cameron Richard Smith, William Stephen Cossen III, Avery Allison Smith, and Layla James Euwer.

Growing up, Dick was blessed with a quick wit and an even quicker hand; he pitched for his neighborhood’s numerous baseball games and never missed a Cubs game. Dick served as a cartographer in the Navy from 1951 to 1955 while courting Dorothy. After their wedding, Dick put himself through college, graduating with a civil engineering degree. He later worked as a stockbroker, which led him to a lifelong interest in investing. Dick was also an avid golfer and belonged to several golf clubs, including Riverside Golf Club and Prestwick Country Club. Between family time, golfing, and keeping abreast of stock market trends, Dick was a busy man indeed. Dick and Dorothy also built a business together (CGI Automated Manufacturing), which their children Janice and Gary now manage. Among all these activities, they somehow found time to travel the world. Together, they visited every continent; favorite destinations include Australia, Canada, China, and of course Scotland for golf trips. When their grandchildren were growing up, they treated the extended family to annual vacations; favorite locations included Cabo San Lucas and Maui.

Dick and Dorothy had many impressive successes in their life together but would count none so special as their family. Dick and Dorothy set a beautiful example for their children and grandchildren with their marriage. They worked hard and loved their family harder. In almost 65 years of marriage, not a day went by that Dorothy’s “Dickens” did not make her laugh. Dick’s greatest legacy is his family. The love and lessons he bestowed on his children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren are immense and will continue to be felt by all. His presence and jokes will be truly missed.

Visitation Monday December 27th from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Funeral service Tuesday December 28th, prayers 9:15 at the funeral home, proceeding to Mass 10:00 am at St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church, Hinsdale. Entombment: Queen of Heaven Cemetery - Christ the King Mausoleum.

Peter Nick Sahlas

Peter Nick Sahlas, at rest December 19, 2021, 80 years of age.  Father of Peter, Nick and Alex (Lisa).  Former husband and dear friend of Katherine, nee Albert.  Grandfather of Donato and Marco Sahlas.  Brother of Kanella (Scott) Willsey and the late Maria Fotopoulos and the late Niketas Sahlas.

Patricia E. Roszkowski

Patricia E. Roszkowski, (nee: Jeziorski), age 66, passed away suddenly December 19, 2021. Loving wife of Gregory L. Roszkowski for 43 years. Devoted and cherished mother of Amanda (Kevin) Hart and Marc Roszkowski.

Visitation Wednesday December 22nd from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Adolf Funeral Home 7000 S. Madison St; Willowbrook. Funeral service Thursday December 23rd, prayers 10:15 am at the funeral home proceeding to Mass 11:00 am at St. John of the Cross Catholic Church. Interment: Resurrection Cemetery

In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Scleroderma Foundation be appreciated. Information: 630-325-2300 or


Jennie N. Roubal

Jennie was born into eternity on December 18, 2021, joining her husband and life-long love, Jan K. Roubal, with whom she was married for 40 years, until his death in 2000. She lived independently at home until her death at 94 years of age. She was a remarkably strong woman, not just physically, but also in spirit and faith.

Jennie will be dearly missed by her daughters, Michelle Roubal, Heidi (Ernest) Pawelczyk, and Kathryn (Mitchell) Mazzone; her grandchildren, Ernie, Andrew, Sabrina and Mason; her brother, James Naumczik; numerous nieces and nephews, and her many friends.

She is preceded in death by her parents, George and Tatiana (Prokiew) Naumczik; her sisters, Anna Johnson, Alice Shultis, Olga Mispagel, and Mary Kistulenic; her brothers, John and George Naumczik; and half-brother, Joseph Kowbel. 

Jennie was born Yevgenia in 1927 to immigrant parents from Belarus and Ukraine. As a child, her mother called her Genia. Her name was anglicized at school, and from then on she was Jennie, and nicknamed Jay by her many close friends and family.

She was a smart and determined woman, the first in her family to earn a Bachelor’s degree (University of Illinois,1951). A woman ahead of her time, she went on to a career which moved from a start as a factory secretary to that of vice president of the catering firm she owned with her husband, a certified executive chef.

Jennie possessed a great love of the arts, particularly opera and ballet, and spent many happy hours listening to music, attending performances, and dancing with her husband in her kitchen weekend mornings to polkas. With her sharp intellect, she enjoyed completing quizzes, crossword puzzles and games such as Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune, and Scrabble.

She relished travel and as a young woman took sightseeing trips with her dear friends Helen and Lorraine. Once married, Jennie and Jan would pack up the kids in the family station wagon for road trips to everywhere from Michigan to Manitoba. Before his death, she travelled with her husband and family to visit his birthplace in Plzeň, CZ. Later in life, she enjoyed visiting Helen in Colorado for road trips to Durango, Mesa Verde and Montana. 

She loved children, beginning with her own younger siblings, and then her nieces and nephews, developing close bonds with Blanche, Darlene, Evie, Ralphie, and Bonnie, among others. As a mother to her own children, she instilled in them a love of reading and a drive for education. She was creative and sporty, engaging her girls in everything from crafting to ice skating. After her husband passed, she dedicated herself to helping to care for and nurture her beloved grandchildren, especially her grandson Ernie, who has special needs.  

Jennie married Jan in 1960 in her family’s faith, Russian Orthodox. After marriage, she took her husband’s Lutheran faith and became a life-long member of Grace Lutheran Church (LaGrange). A service celebrating her life and memory will be held there on Tuesday, January 4th, 2022 at 11 am. Internment will be private.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the following organizations which assisted her family in helping her grandson:


Easterseals DuPage & Fox Valley   830 South Addison Avenue, Villa Park, IL 60181-1153 630.620.4433


SEASPAR (South East Association for Special Parks And Recreation)

4500 Belmont Road, Downers Grove, IL 60515             630.960.7600





Yvonne Psenicka

                                             Yvonne Janet (Ahrens) Psenicka passed away, going on to be with Jesus, on Monday, December 13, 2021, at the age of 83.  She was born in Wisconsin on July 17, 1938, and was a life-long resident of Illnois (with a short time in Mississippi).  Her home has been in Sugar Grove, Illnois for the past 17 years.  She worked for many years at 1888 Mills, and retired several years ago.  She is a Christian, and loved Jesus.  Yvonne was a wonderful lady, full of grace, patience, love, joy, and hope.  She was a tremendous mother (Ma), sister, grandmother (Grandma), and great grandmother (Grammy).  She will be greatly missed.

            Yvonne  is preceded in death by her husband Edward R. Psenicka, who passed away in 1987, and preceded in death by her parents, Alvin and Irma Ahrens.

            Yvonne is survived by her daughter and son in law, Allison and Deen Brashear, by her daughter and son in law, Alicia and Rick Psenicka, by her son and daughter in law, Randy and Brandi Psenicka.

            She is survived by nine grandchildren: Grandson, Ryan Brashear,  granddaughter and grandson in law, Jodi and Joel Smith, granddaughter and grandson in law, Erin and Josh Brashear, grandsons Carlos and Joseph Brashear, granddaughters Nina and Anna Brashear, and by grandsons Zeke and Ollie Psenicka.

            She is also survived by four great granchildren:  Emma Smith, Daniel Brashear, Nora Smith, and Jude Brashear.

            She further is survived by her sister, Darlene Kaleta, her niece, Darcie Kopecky, nephew-in-law, Johnny Kopecky and great-nephews, Jacob, Jonah, and John Kopecky.

Charles T. Letizia

Charles T. Letizia

It is with deep sorrow and much love that we mourn the passing of our precious father and husband Charles T. Letizia.

He will be greatly missed by his loving wife Lorraine Letizia (nee Jahntz) of 71 years and his 9 children, Janice (Anthony) Coglianese, Nancy (Stephen) Spomer, Charles D. (Diane) Letizia, Joyce (William) Passero, Susan (Donald) Hankin, Jane (Thomas) Dawid, Mary Ellen (Gerard) Catrambone, Thomas (Victoria) Letizia, Regina (Joseph) Lenc as well as their 41 grandchildren, and 35 great-grandchildren.

A memorial mass will be celebrated at Divine Providence Parish, 2500 Mayfair Avenue, Westchester, IL 60154 on Tuesday, December 28, 2021, at 10:00 am.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude’s Children Research Hospital.

Information: Adolf Funeral Home – Willowbrook 630-325-2300


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