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Dave was born and raised in Chicago Heights. He was a 1988 graduate of Bloom High School and 1992 graduate of Western Illinois University College of Law Enforcement and Justice Administration. David Nardella served over 24 years as a Special Agent for the ... (Chicago Sun Times)
Arlington Heights Road, Arlington Heights. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Misericordia Heart of Mercy, 6300 N. Ridge Avenue, Chicago, IL 60660 appreciated. Funeral info 847-253-5423 or lauterburgoehler.com. (legacy.com)
Adrian Lewis, Decatur, Illinois., Adrian Plato, Des Moines, Iowa: stepson; Christopher (Lisa) Woods, Decatur, Illinois; siblings: Ida Lewis Lunderman, Chicago, Illinois ... Warrensville Heights, Ohio and Alma (Ridley) Miller, Decatur, Illinois, many ... (Herald & Review)
Illinois, surrounded by her siblings. She was the daughter of Mary K. Jones and the late Alfred "Chuck" Jones of Aliquippa, Pa. In addition to her mother, Dr. Jones is survived by her siblings, Marybeth (David McHenry), Patterson Heights, Pa.; Karen Jones ... (Beaver County Times)
Rattinger, 91, formerly of Chicago and Muscoda, passed away on Monday ... Burial will take place at Memory Gardens in Arlington Heights, Illinois, at a later date. Memorials, if desired, would be appreciated to Rainbow Hospice in Johnson Creek. (Watertown Daily Times)
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