Newspaper Archive of
Times
Mt. Pulaski , Illinois
Lyft
April 15, 2013     Times
PAGE 8     (8 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 8     (8 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 15, 2013
 

Newspaper Archive of Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




]]IK Y0U - From The Family of Alberta Reiterman... Thank You for the flowers, kindness, and prayers - and to Mark Weber for the wonderful sermon at the funeral. Sincerely- Albert & Paulette Reiterman In Memory Przykopanski Leon Dell Campbell of Bomont, WV passed away following a short illness Sunday, March 17, 2013 at CAMC Memorial Hospital. He was 77 years old, born November 29, 1935 in Elmira, WV, a son of the late Carl and Tina Hall Campbell. He was a retired machinist from Gould Electric, an officer and Bible study teacher at Procious Community Church and a U.S. Army veteran. In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by his broth- ers, Harvey, Donald, Roger, and Denton; and sister, Carolyn. His wife of 56 years, Eva Judy ".Tudy" Devore Campbell; son, Larry Campbell of Atlanta, GA; brothers, Eddie, Carl Jr. and Stan- ley; sisters, Maxine Downing and Dolly Buckles of Mt Pulaski; and several, nieces and nephews survive him. Services were. March 20 at Procious. Community Church. Pastor David Walker officiated. Burial was in Campbell Family Cemetery, Servia, W'K. R. David Mittelstadt, 82, of Florham Park,NJ, died quietly April 6, 2013 after a brief illness. His daughter Gaff Ann Lyman, his parents, and his sister, Judith, preceded him in death. Memorial services were Thurs- day, April 11  at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church; Florham Park, NJ. Born in 1931 in Lincoln, he was th son of Joe and Vera Maurer Mittelstadt who resided their later years at Vonderlieth Living Center. Dave graduated from Morgan Park College in 1950, and served with the U.S. Army from 1953-1955. He was a top salesman with Mapes & Sprowl Steel Corp. of Union, NJ for many years. In 1964, he joined the Butler Manu- facturing'Company where he rose to the level of National Accounts Manager and retired in 1996: Four-part Barbershop vocal style harmony became an obsession with Dave, and if never diminished throughout the course of his life. He sang with many fine quartets during his long career. Surviving are his wife of 60 years, Arlene (Haines) Mielstadt, and son, Joseph Haines Mittelstadt of Basking Ridge,NJ. Local cous- ins are Lois Schahl, Louetta Lewis, Janet White, Dorothy Bernahl, Nancy Mittelsteadt, and Helen Schmidt. In Memory lVlocogni Center in Mt. Pul. ( ,1 Her parents; son Gary; twin sister ' Martha, her sister Irene; her broth- ers I.ester and Clayton preceded her in death. Margaret was born March 19, 1916, the daughter of Samuel and Mary Cummins. She was united in marriage with Wilbur D. Oglesby on November 14, 1932 in Spring- field. He preceded her in death on Jantmry 26, 1991. Margaret is survived by her daughter: Judy Zarnrazil of Cha- tham; grandchildren: Tamara Sears, Scott Oglesby, Todd Doom, Randy Doom, Donna Gniewek, Tara Perry, Michelle Van Meter, Rachel Williams; 16 great grandchildren and 7 great-great grandchildren. Margaret was a farmer's wife, she later worked as a nurse's aid at Memorial Medical Center, and she was a volunteer at Vonder- lieth Living Center. She was also a member of the Cornland Christian Church and taught Sunday school and Bible school for over 30 years. Services for Margaret were Tues- day, April 2 at Cornland Christian Church. Pastor Alan Hickerson offi- dated. Burial was in Carlyle Cem- etery. Memorials: Cornland Christian Church. Fricke Calvert Schrader Funeral Home in Mt Pulaski was entrusted with arrangements. Franklin "Chick" Przykopanski, 79, of Lincoln, diedat 10 am April 4, 2013 at his home. He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers: Jack R. and Wil- liam and sister: Norma Billings. Chick was born January 30, 1934 in Lincoln the son of William and Gertrude Hueneke Przykopanski. He married Wanita Hopp on June 15, 1968 in Lincoln. She survives. He is also survived by daughtes Darla (Jason) Brown-of Lincoln; Norma Brefeld Mocogni, 86, of Lake Bluff passed away Saturday, March 30, 2013 at Lake Forest Hospital. Norma Brefeld was born November 23, 1926 in Waukegan, Illinois to John and Lona Brefeld. She attended Immaculate Con- ception Grade School and gradu- ated from Waukegan Township High School in 1944. Following high school, Norma worked at Fansteel in North Chicago where she met her future husband Louis Mocogni. They were. married on November 4, 1950 at Immaculate Conception Church in Waukegan. He preceded her in death on June 10, 1982. Norma worked as a sec- retary and bookkeeper at Arden Shore Home for Boys in Lake Bluff andthen Hill and Stone Insurance retiring in January 2012. She was a resident of Lake Bluff since 1954 and an active member of St. Mary's Church of Lake Forest. She was a member of the Lady's Guild of St. Mary's as well as the Lake Bluff Women's Club. Norma is survived by her chil- dren: Karen (Roger) Edgecombe of Maroa, Thomas Mocogni of sisters: Dorothy Morrow of Lin- . coin and Lois Dutz of Mason City; and two grandchildren. Chick worked in maintenance at Lincoln Developmental Center, , Lincoln. He was a member of the " Catholic Church. He loved to fish. b A private family service will be at a later date. Memorials: The family. Services were entrusted to Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home, Lincoln. " Lake Bluff, James (Marianne) Mocogni of Lake Bluff and Jane (Steve) Risley of Libertyville; ten grandchildren: Katherine (Clay) Sellmeyer of Maroa, Amy Edge- combe of Decatur, Kevin (Colleen) Mocogni and Meghan Mocogni of Chicago, Adam and Adrienne Mocogni of Lake Bluff, Chris, Kerry, Maggie, and Anna Risley of Libertyville; three great-grand- children: Ben, Jack, and Luke Sellmeyer and expected fourth. great-grandchild of Colleen and Kevin. She leaves her sister Joan (Ed) Kroll of Grayslake, sister-in- laws Mary Brefeld of Winneconne, WI, Mary Picchietti of Highwood, brother-in-law Joe Mocogni of Highland Park and dear loving friend Bill Dobbins of Lake Bluff, along with many nieces, nephews, and cousins. Funeral Mass was Friday, April 5, at the Church of St. Mary in Lake Forest. Interment was in Ascension Cemetery, Libertyville. Memorials: Lake Bluff His- tory Museum formerly the Vliet Museum, Lake Bluff Public Library, and the Church of St. Mary. Iq I.,t O t,.t St. John's te Little That I 0AM!  223 W. Cooke St. I Dena Manley can fill your entire memorial needs From simple markers to family estate monuments We have a large variety of cremation urns, as well as crema- tion memorials. Stop by our locationin Lincoln (formerly Dick Logan service station) and let us help create a lasting tribute for you or your family Dena Manley Memorials Not affiliated with Manley Monuments I2II Fifth Street Lincoln Monday - Friday - 9:oo - 4:3o / Saturday - 9:o0 - Noon Anytime By Appointment Phone: 217-735-1191 /Fax: 217-651-825o Outside Linco00: 888-267-86o 3 Emaih denamanleymemorials@gmail.com