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Allen Maresh

Allen Maresh, 83, at rest December 11, 2021 at MacNeal Hospital in Berwyn.  Allen was born in Chicago to Edward and Emily (Basak) Maresh on April 10, 1938. He was an 80 year resident of Berwyn.  Allen worked for many years in the road paving industry and was a proud Teamster member, Local 731. He loved watching and being actively involved in the sport of auto racing and NASCAR. Allen was deeply involved in the stock car racing career of his brother Robert and was an important member of his pit crew.

 Allen is survived by his sister Betty Hendrix and by nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews that he truly loved, as they loved him, Belinda (Keith) Lunt, Joseph (Audrey) Hendrix, William (Lucy) Maresh, Lisa (Robert) Gesiakowski, Robert Maresh, Kyle (Israh) Hendrix, Matthew Gray, Andrew Gray, Emily Hendrix, Scott Hendrix, Brandy (Joseph) Pittas and Hailey Maresh. Allen is also survived by the Lunden children; Sheri, Tim and Dave.  A special thank you to neighbors Mike and Elizabeth Vitous who were so good to Allen. He was predeceased by his parents, his brothers Richard (Cynthia) and Robert and his nephew Jeffrey Maresh.

 Visitation for Allen will be at Adolf Funeral Home, Ltd., 2921 S. Harlem Avenue, Berwyn on Tuesday, December 14, 2021 from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Services will be Wednesday, December 15th at 11:00 am.  Interment will follow at Mt. Auburn Cemetery in Stickney.  Allen loved flowers, so flowers are welcome.  However, if you would rather make a donation in Allen’s memory, please donate to the Animal Welfare League of Oak Park at  Info at:  708-484-4111 or

Bobby Joe Clark

Bobby Joe Clark, 82, of Forest Park, Illinois passed away, Saturday, December 4, 2021
surrounded by his children.


Visitation will be held from 9:00 to 11:30, Saturday, December 11, 2021 at Adolf Funeral Home
& Cremation Services, 7000 S. Madison Street, Willowbrook Il 60527. Readings and service will
begin at 11:30. Bobby will be laid to rest immediately following the service at Queen of Heaven
Catholic Cemetery & Mausoleums, 1400 S. Wolf Rd, Hillside, Il 60162


Bobby was born in 1939 in Dyersburg, Tennessee to the late Aaron and Grace Clark. He came
to Illinois as a young child and grew up on the West Side of Chicago. He began his career as a
tool and die tradesman, owning his own machine shop. A man of many talents, he later owned
and operated a neighborhood tavern in his hometown. Later he owned and operated his own
construction company. His craftsmanship skills were superb. Proud as he was of his
accomplishments, his family was his life. A devoted Father, there was nothing Bobby would not
do for his family or anyone in need. A southern man at heart, he enjoyed country and blues
music, fishing, hunting, the outdoors, and taking road trips to Tennessee to visit family. He
proudly shared his passions, his knowledge, and stories of his upbringing with his children and


Bobby is survived by his three daughters Donna, Dee Dee, Michele, and his son Robert and
wife Laura; nine grandchildren, Jason, Bobby, Ashley, Justin, Alec, Caitlin, Katrina, Nora,
Brianna. Four Great Grandchildren, Aubrey, Amelia, Aria, and Ava. Along with several nieces
and nephews and extended family.


He will forever guide us and be in our hearts

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

Oscar Harvey Ingolf Pedersen

Oscar Harvey Ingolf Pedersen, 66, longtime resident of Burr Ridge, Illinois, passed away peacefully, surrounded by family December 4, 2021.  Beloved husband of Susann(Nelson) of more than 40 years, loving father of Michelle(Ryan)Murrin, and Madelyn(Matthew)Pedersen-Stiltner, adored papa of Logan and Gunnar Murrin.  Oscar is preceded in death by his parents James D. & Shirley L. Pedersen and brother William Christopher Pedersen. Oscar & Susann met and went steady in 1969 at Gurrie Junior High School in LaGrange Illinois and maintained their friendship through the years into a beautiful, fulfilling marriage from 1981 to present. Beloved longtime member and volunteer at Burr Ridge UCC Community Church.  Oscar was an avid Chicago Bears fan who couldn't wait for weekly football games to watch with his family.  He loathed the Green Bay Packers. A private burial took place this past week. A celebration of Oscar's life will be planned for a date after the holidays for friends and family. In lieu of flowers, donations are appreciated to pancreatic cancer support and detection)


Richard "Terry" Samuel

Richard “Terry” Samuel, passed away in Bonita Springs, Florida on December 2, 2021. He was born in Chicago, Illinois on June 24, 1947. He leaves behind his wife of over 40 years, Mary, and children Meredith (Luke) Kempf and William (Lauren) Samuel. Cherished grandpa of Tess Samuel, Gwen Samuel, and Connor Kempf. Devoted son of the late Richard and Florence Samuel. Dear brother of Judy (Robert) Tyler. Nephews Brian, Cary, & Todd Tyler.

Past President of Amity Packing Company, Chicago, Illinois. His passion for golf led him to Florida where he found a home at Palmira Golf & Country Club in Bonita Springs. Many seasons were spent enjoying golf, fishing, and new friendships. Terry will always be remembered for his many stories (jokes) and quick wit.

Visitation will be held at Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S. Madison St., Willowbrook, IL on Saturday, December 18th from 9:30-11:30. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the “Marklund Memorial” at or send to Marklund Memorial Donations, 1 S. 450 Wyatt Drive, Geneva, IL 60134.

Michael K. Reilly

Michael Kieran Reilly, 88, of Burr Ridge, IL and Hobe Sound, FL, passed away Sunday, November 28, 2021, in his home from Lewy Body Disease. Mike was born January 4, 1933 in Chicago, IL. He was married to the love of his life, Maralyn Lyman Reilly for more than 63 years. He attended St. Ignatius Prep and earned a master’s degree in business from Northwestern University. Mike was Chief Executive Officer of Zeigler Coal Company and was Chairman of the National Coal Association.

Mike was on the Board of Newmont Mining Company, was a member of Alex de Tocqueville Society and United Way of Martin County, Florida. Board member of the Boy Scouts of America and St. Mary’s Hospital in St. Louis. He was a founding supporter of the Jesuit Academy in Chicago and received a Founders Award at St. Ignatius College Prep. Mike was a member of LaGrange Country Club for 52 years and Loblolly Pines Golf Club in Hobe Sound, Florida for 32 years. He was also a member of Butler National and St. Clair Country Clubs. He is an Army Veteran serving during the Korean Conflict.

Mike was predeceased by his parents Norman and Helen Colnon Reilly, his brothers; John, Edward and Paul, as well as his sister Jane Smith. Michael is survived by his beloved wife Maralyn and his four children, Mark (Jeanne) Reilly, Erin (Arthur) LaVallie, Lynne (Jack Jones) Watka and Michael Reilly; Grandchildren: Christopher (Kate) Reilly, John Reilly, Kevin (Lindsey) Reilly, Grace (William) Burke, Taylor (Nicholas) Scimeca, Connor(Natalia) La Vallie, Lauren La Vallie (Luke Cissell), Nicholas Watka, Jennifer (Matthew) Paris, Steven Watka, Helen Reilly, Michael Reilly, Patrick Reilly, Maggie Reilly and Morgan Reilly; Great Grandchildren: Tess, Claire, Declan, Liam, Reilly, Breigh, William, Charlotte, Violet, Maxime, Arrow, Rowan and Sofia; a sister, Florence Scully and a brother, Stuart Reilly.

A visitation will be held 4-8PM Friday, December 3 at the Adolf Funeral Home 7000 South Madison Street, Willowbrook, IL with a Funeral Mass Saturday 10AM at St. Francis Xavier Church, 124 N. Spring Avenue, La Grange, IL.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be directed to The Jesuit Academy, Chicago, IL or to Hospice.

Martha M. Patterson

Martha M. Patterson, passed peacefully with her family at her side on November 26, 2021. Marty was born in Muncie Indiana January 27, 1953 to Paul H. and Muriel M. Patterson. Marty was the last of 6 children.  She attended St. Lawrence Catholic School, Muncie Central High School and Ball State University where she received her degree in Accounting and was apracticing CPA for many years.She moved to the greater Chicago area and became an active member of the Hinsdale United Methodist Church. Marty loved the Ballet and was a supporter of the Joffrey Ballet.

Left to cherish her memory is her longtime companion Ronald L. McDaniel, two sisters, Carole Mercer & Patricia Shingeldecker. Several nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents and 3 siblings. 

Visitation in Marty's honor will be Thursday, December 2, 2021, from 4:00pm to 6:00pm, With a service at 6:00 pm at the Adolf Funeral Home,7000 S Madison Street, Willowbrook, IL,60527. 

Memorial contributions can be made in care of: P.E.O. Sisterhood, Chapter K.N.,  5750 South Monroe St, Hinsdale, IL 60521



Manfred Schild

Manfred Schild, 95 years young, at rest peacefully at home on November 23, 2021.  Loving husband of Jean for 65 years.  Dear father of Norman, Donald and Karin (Craig) Holsman.  Grandfather of Kristin and Sarah Holsman & Heather and Stanley Schild. 

Fred was a true, loving and loyal family man.  He worked hard for his family and enjoyed his garden where he could be seen all summer long with the exception of a few weeks for his other love of fishing.  He also enjoyed his stamp collecting hobby and was an excellent “fix-it” husband and grandpa. His family was the center of his life. He worked for Sunbeam Corporation for over 25 years as a design engineer.  At the request of his family, there will be no services at this time.

Eugene R. “Murph” Murray

Eugene R. “Murph” Murray, age 79, USMC Veteran – Viet Nam, at rest November 20, 2021. Beloved husband of Mary June Murray (nee: Blesz) for 54 years. Loving father of Leslei Murray (Alison Basista-Murray).        Dear brother-in-law of Nick (Jo) Blesz. “Murph” is also survived by his nephew Michael Murray, his niece Kathy Martinez and his cousins Debbie Sundwall and Joseph Tiso. He was preceded in death by his parents Katherine and Eugene Murray and his brother William Murray. “Murph” was a machinist at Danly Machine Specialties in Cicero and dedicated 36 years to his profession.  In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Alzheimer’s Association or PAWS Chicago, would be appreciated.

Visitation Sunday November 28th from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm at Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd. 7000 S. Madison Street, Willowbrook. A private family service and interment will take place on Monday November 29th. Information: 630-325-2300 or


Milagros “Mila” Acosta

Milagros “Mila” Acosta

Milagros Villanueva (nee Tuason) Acosta, affectionately known as Mila, peacefully passed away November 19th at the age of 88. Mila was born in Tue, Mountain Province, Philippines in 1933. She was the second oldest of 9 daughters to Remegio and Monica Tuason. Mila attended Baguio School of Nursing and worked as a nurse for 50 years. Mila met Alfredo Acosta in Chicago and the couple married in 1959. They resided in Hinsdale where they raised their 3 children, Noella (Wade) Brewer, Al (Joann) Acosta and Monica (Sherrine) Acosta-Peyton. Mila was predeceased by her parents Monica, Remegio and Florence, her sisters Priscilla and Remy, her husband Alfredo and is survived by her 6 sisters, 3 children, and 9 grandchildren.

Visitation Friday November 26th from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd. 7000 S. Madison Street, Willowbrook.

Funeral Service, Saturday November 27th, Family and Friends will gather for 10:00 AM at St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church, 306 W. Fourth Street, Hinsdale.

Interment: Queen of Heaven Cemetery.

Mila will always be remembered for her strength, perseverance, kindness, and her love of dancing, laughing, mah-jong and sweet red wine. Please share memories at

Roger Robert Paveza

Roger Robert Paveza, 74, of Downers Grove, IL was surrounded by his family when he passed on November 16, 2021. Beloved and devoted husband of Kathy for 51 years, his love was everlasting since the time they met.  Roger did everything he could to show his love to Kathy including learning how to cook so he could make her dinner when she got home from work; secretly taking her car out for a carwash in the morning before she woke up; without hesitation making repairs and customizing their home; taking her out on dinner dates to try new restaurants; making sure she was celebrated and loved on every single occasion he could. His last wish was for his sons to make reservations at Wildfire in Oak Brook (a tradition) to celebrate Kathy’s birthday. For 51 years to the end his love for his wife was selfless and infinite and hers parallel.

Roger was a loving father to Roger M. (Elizabeth) Paveza and Ryan P. Paveza, who he boundlessly loved and supported throughout his life.  He worked tirelessly in the printing industry to provide for his family and not once did he ever miss a single soccer game, tennis match, baseball game, or event of any kind. He drove them to practices after he worked a long shift and coached and helped out just to be involved and spend time with his sons. He was the dad that went to his son’s rock band shows in the city no matter how loud or uncomfortable or tiring it was for him. It did not matter; he wanted to be there for his sons. Roger always let you know how proud he was of his sons even if it was insignificant or a life event, he lived for them and you knew it. Don’t think this didn’t get instilled in his sons. They remember those moments from when they were younger like they were yesterday, and they are great dads to their kids because of him.

He was so incredibly proud to be the grandfather of Annelise, Brennan and Gemma and absolutely cherished every single moment with them.  Grandpa was so blessed and lucky to have such wonderful grandchildren who loved him with every ounce of energy. He lit up every time he got to see and spend time with Annelise, Brennan and Gemma. Grandpa and Grandma went to every soccer game and every event of theirs celebrated them and made them feel loved beyond compare. And boy, they were always showered with gifts and love. Grandpa made them smile and they reciprocated. 

Roger was a loyal and caring son to the late James E. and Eugenia Paveza and steadfast brother to Carol (Lauher) and the late James (Paveza).  He was privileged to have such great nephews including Mitch (Marie) Malecky, Robert (Linda) Malecky, William (Tara) Malecky, James (Michelle) Paveza and Scott Lauher and nieces Erika Schroeder and Katie Lauher.

He was a proud Veteran of the United States Army having served a tour in the Vietnam War. Roger loved golf and made so many dear friends at the Downers Grove Golf Club and spent many mornings getting coffee and breakfast with the guys.  It made him happy to develop those relationships and made golf secondary. 

Visitation for friends and family on Sunday, November 21 from 3:00pm until 8:00pm at Adolf Funeral Home at 7000 South Madison Street in Willowbrook, Illinois 60527 ( with a eulogy by Deacon Rich Voytas of St. John of the Cross Parish at 6:30pm and a bagpipe tribute to follow.


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