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Christina A. Duplancich

Holy Guardian Angels Church is located at:  30th Street & Raymond Ave., LaGrange Park, Illinois  60526

(fomerly known as St. Louise de Marillac Church)

John Bramley Oldershaw, M.D., JD, Captain MC USN (retired)

John Bramley Oldershaw, M.D., JD, Captain MC USN (retired) affectionately known as JohnnyO, passed into the arms of Christ on April 10, 2021 at his home in Burr Ridge, Illinois.

John was born in Evanston, Illinois on November 10, 1932 to Hallock and Gertrude (Liebman) Oldershaw.  An infant son, Charles Anthony, his parents, and sister Mary G. Lerps preceded him in death.

John began his academic career at Loyola Academy where he excelled in swimming and years later was honored when inducted into their Athletic Hall of Fame.  He earned his BS at Loyola University and his M.D. at Loyola’s Stritch School of Medicine. He went on to complete his internship at the US Naval School of Aviation in Pensacola, Florida serving as a designated Flight Surgeon followed by a general surgery residency at the US Naval Hospital in San Diego, CA. He returned home to the Chicago area to complete his Neurosurgery residency at the Hines VA, Mercy, and University of Illinois hospitals under the direction of Harold C. Voris, M.D.  Never one to stop learning, John earned his JD degree from the John Marshall Law School in 1990 and his LL.M. degree from DePaul University Law School in 1994.

John lived a life of service, showing his love in both deeds and in words. He served his country in the US Navy for twenty-three years serving on the USS Repose during the Vietnam conflict, then as Chief of Neurosurgery, US Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, IL. After retiring from the Navy, he served at Cook County and U of I Medical Center hospitals as an Attending physician and for a time as Chairman of the Division of Neurosurgery, Cook County Hospital and Associate Professor of Neurosurgery at the U of I College of Medicine.  Upon retirement from CCH and U of I he began another full-time career at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque as an Associate Professor Neurosurgery, Attending Physician, University Health Science Center. A highlight of his tenure at UNM was meeting Paul Turner, M.D., who became a dear friend and traveling companion.

In later years, John enjoyed practicing law, always helping those in need, with his Loyola classmate, John O’Connor Tuohy. They spent hours discussing cases, researching, going to court, and eating Belgian waffles.

Throughout his years, John participated in volunteer opportunities with the Chicago Archdiocesan lay mission outreach, Solidarity Bridge in Bolivia, the Joliet Diocese mission program in Barongan, Philippines and the University of Idaho Icefield Research Project in Juneau, Alaska.

John is survived by his best friend, loving partner, and wife Angela (Schrimpl), his children John (Susan Wyatt), Mary Oldershaw (Charles Schult), Dominic, Caroline, Robert (Sheila Squier) and Jane (Bradley) McCrea and their mother Carol Oldershaw.  He was the very proud Grandfather of Robert (Bobby) and Julia Oldershaw and Audrey McCrea.  He was the dear brother of Fr. Robert Oldershaw and Sandy O McLaughlin, brother-in-law of William (Linda) Schrimpl, Kathleen (Mark) Vandlik, fond ‘Unc’ of nieces and nephews and grand nieces and nephews. He also enjoyed years of companionship and support from Friends of Bill W, especially the Brain Damaged Group, for whom he was very grateful.

John was a lover of life, always exploring.  He loved travel, playing the banjo, Starbucks flat whites, Schweppes tonic, oysters on the half shell, fly fishing, the Midnight Special, fresh squeezed orange juice, Saturday afternoon operas, cross country skiing and snow shoeing, string ties, rag wool socks, coupons, monks and monasteries, squash, the NY Times book review, lilacs in the spring and red leaves in the fall, sunsets, sailing and so much more!

A celebration of John’s life will be held May 15, 2021 at St. Nicholas Church, 806 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, IL. Visitation 10AM. Mass of Christian Burial 11AM. Private family burial at Arlington National Cemetery.

To attend the funeral, advance registration is required. Links to registration will be available on the St. Nicholas website under Mass Schedule ( or by calling 847-864-1185. The funeral mass will be live streamed. The link will be available through St. Nicholas Church or Adolf Funeral Home, (

In lieu of flowers, we request that donations in John’s memory be made to:

Mepkin Abbey, 1098 Mepkin Abbey Road, Moncks, SC 29461, or

Hope Outreach Retreats, PO Box 2471, LaGrange, IL 60462




Cruz L. Salgado

St. Pius V Church, 1901 S. Ashland Ave., Chicago, Illinois  60608

Lois Evelyn Johnson

Lois E. Johnson, age 92, at rest April 4, 2021.  Loving wife of the late George V. Johnson for over 50 years. Dear mother of Deborah (Robert) Reinschreiber, Gail (Frank) Marik, Ellen (Gerry) Parran and George R. (Lisa) Johnson. Dear grandmother of Matthew, Jennifer(Bill) Connors, Michael, Melissa (Mike) Hare, Heather, Emily (Patrick)Purcell, Jessica (Keith)Johnson, Michelle , Kimberly and Eric; great-grandmother of Gavin, Ellyana and Madelyn.  Visitation Wednesday April 7th from 9:30am until time of service at 11:30am At Adolf Funeral Home 7000 S. Madison St. Willowbrook, IL. Interment Chapel Hill Gardens South.  For funeral info 630-325-2300 or

Jean M. Kolessar

Jean M. Kolessar, age 91, (nee: Haduch) passed away peacefully at home on April 3, 2021 surrounded by her family. Beloved wife of the late Michael for 57 years. Loving mother of Steven (Gloria), Thomas and Timothy (Cathy). Dear grandmother of Christopher, Sara, Antonio, Noelle and Kristen. Fond sister of Evelyn (Wayne) Todd, Lillian (Raymond) Sliz, late Marie (Edward) Nakielny, Pearl (Edward) Gayeski, Stephanie (John) Rodzon, Helen (Joseph) Draus, Milton (Evelyn), Stanley (Florence), Florence (Edward) Jay, Edward (Ann) and Walter. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Member of St. Mary’s of Czestochowa Mother’s Club, St. Mary’s of Riverside Medical Ministry, St Joachim and St. Anne Rosary Society.

Visitation Wednesday April 7th from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Adolf Funeral Home 7000 S. Madison St; Willowbrook. Family and friends will gather on Thursday April 8th for Mass 9:30 am at Holy Trinity Church      25 East Richmond St; Westmont. Interment: Resurrection Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital would be appreciated. Information: 630-325-2300 or



Jesse M. Pico Jr.

Deacon William Dunn, Officiating

Robert "Bob" Czarnecki

Robert “Bob” Czarnecki, age 74 of Indian Head Park, at rest April 2, 2021. Beloved husband of Cyndee Czarnecki (nee: Nocek) for 46 years. Loving father of Jennifer (Nick) Crofts of Berwyn, Kristyn (Stephen) Scibienski of Penfield, NY and Jayson Czarnecki of Woodridge. Proud Gramps of Emma, Matthew, Nathan and Colin. Dear brother of Bill (Donna) Czarnecki. Fond uncle of Andy, Greg and Stephanie Czarnecki. Bob was preceded in death by his parents Edward and Mary Czarnecki. Bob was a dedicated teacher for over 40 years and specialized in the areas of World History and Behavior Management. His collegiate studies began at St. Joseph College (Rensselaer, IN) with a B.S. in Education and at Purdue University (West Lafayette, IN) with a M.S. in Education. Bob was a highly respected teacher who taught at Bishop Noll Institute, St. Mary of Nazareth Hospital, Proviso East and West High Schools and was also involved with the Reader’s Digest Education Seminars.  In addition to his teaching responsibilities, he was a head tennis coach at Proviso East High School, a member of the Illinois High School Coaches Association and a member of the Maywood Tennis Association. He was also proud of his involvement with the Proviso Teachers Union, being a long term usher at St. Luke’s Parish and a long standing board member for the Wilshire Green Condo Association.  Bob’s hobbies included world travel, photography, gardening and being an avid fan of the Chicago Cubs and Bears.

Visitation Friday April 9th from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd. 7000 S. Madison Street, Willowbrook. Funeral service Saturday April 10th, prayers 9:30 am at the funeral home proceeding to St. Luke’s Catholic Church for Mass 10:30 am 7600 W. Lake Street, River Forest.

Entombment: Christ the King Mausoleum – Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Service information: 630-325-2300



Patricia A. Macheel

Patricia A. Macheel, age 78, (nee; Collins), at rest April 1, 2021. Beloved wife of Ray R. Macheel for 53 years. Loving mother of Sherry L. Kulhanek and the late Brian R. ( Kristy) Macheel. Devoted grandmother of Kyle, Mariah and Lexie Kulhanek, Gracie and Parker Macheel. Dear sister of Phil (Cheryl) Collins and the late Mary Kay McCormick. Sister-in-law of the late Don (Betty) Macheel. Fond aunt to Ryan (Katie) Collins, Keri (Joe) LaManita, Gary, Greg and Todd Macheel and Laurie Mach. Great aunt of Reegan & Reese LaManita and Kellan, Sean, Lacey & Cole Collins.

Visitation Thursday April 8th from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd. 7000 S. Madison St; Willowbrook.

Funeral service Friday April 9th, prayers 9:15 am at the funeral home proceeding to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church for Mass 10:00 am. Services will conclude at the church.

In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Home 2 Home Project or St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital would be appreciated.

 Information: 630-325-2300 or


Shirley A. Church

Shirley Ann Church (nee Miller), born August 30th, 1942, entered the presence of her Lord on the 28th of March, 2021. She was surrounded by her loving family.

Shirley was preceded unto glory by her husband of 58 years, Carl R Church, in February of 2019.

Shirley is a loving wife and mother, survived by her children Lisa Church, Carl D Church (Marlaine), Tracy Kotke (Larry), and Kristina Sowinski (Michael), 16 grandchildren, and 2 great grandchildren.

Shirley provided for her family a warm, inviting, loving home, with just the right mixture of stern motherly discipline tempered by grace. She confessed Jesus Christ as her savior, and her family rests in the promise that she now lives in the light of God’s glory alongside the love of her life, Carl.

In lieu of lowers, donations are prefered to the Defense of Monarch Butterfiles at:

Marcia Garcia

Marcia Garcia (nee Soto) passed away peacefully with her family by her side. She was greeted into heaven by her parents Alex Soto and Clara Soto, and her siblings Laura Soto, Robert Soto and Alexandra Arriola and her nephew Alexander Arriola. Marcia leaves behind her loving husband Lorenzo Garcia, her daughter Nicole, her precious dog Lulu and her brother James Soto, along with her step-children Clara, Rudy, Monica and Robert. She also leaves behind her nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews to cherish her memories. Marcia was employed with the Secretary of State for 24 years. She loved her life and her close family and would do anything to help anyone. She will be sadly missed by those who loved her most. 

St. Francis of Assisi Church is located at 813 W. Roosevelt Rd., Chicago, Illinois 60608

(corner of Roosevelt Rd. & Halsted)

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