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Engagement Announced Stefanie Eades and Michael Edwards, Jr. Jill Eades of Cornland and Illinois State University and Charles Eades of Spring- Michael graduated from Jack- field announce the engage- sonvilleUniversity, Florida. ment of their daughter, Ste- Both are employed at State fanie, to Michael Edwards, Farm Insurance Company, Jr., son of Barbara Edwards Indianapolis, Indiana. of Bloomington and Michael A September, 2012 wedding Edwards, Sr. of Bloomington. is planned at the Mackinaw Stefanie graduated fromValley Vineyard. CHURCH My;Best Friend Anna Loveall has gone to Heaven God Bless, Anna's daughters - Lee Ann and Jill and her late son - Dallas; her sister Mary Ann; and her entire family. Thanks go out to - Pastor Steve Smith for a won- derful service. Special Thanks to Margaret Schri- shuhn and all of the Ladies who put on a delicious meal Thank You to all of the fn'ends that honored Anna at her funeral and visita- tion. Glenda Clark Did You Know - An Illinois man was arrested after calling police 5 times about his iPhone not work- ing. Thank You From The Family of Doug Letterle We would like to say Thank You for all the acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy shown to our family. We appreciate the memorials, prayers, food, and help given at this di~oMt time. Joni, Dave, and Jamie Bauer Roy, Normalee, and Doug Jackson Thank You From Linda Rentmeister Thanks to my family, neighbors, and friends for the food, phone calls, and cards I received during my recent knee replacement surgery recovery. Special Thanks to my sist~ Faye Bahn and, of course, my husband Bill. Thank You From St. Johns St. Johns Lutheran Church would like to thank the community for supporting us at the Chicken Noodle Dinner on October 22. We could barely keep up cooking noodles and sold every last one! Thanks to all the members who helped. Also a big Thank You to Thri- vent Financial for Lutherans for their supplemental funding. Proceeds from the dinner are being used for Stained Glass Window repairs and repair work on the steps. See you next year. Betty Ph/llips, Chairman Thank You From The Family of Donald Ray Letterle Thank you tO everyone for your kind- ness and caring when Don Letterle was in the hospital for heart by-pass surgery. Thank you for the prayers~ phone calls, and visits at the hospital and our home. Thank You From Gladys Letterle & Family I would like to say "Thank You" to the many people in Mt. Pulaski and area. My friends, acquaintances, my church family, and the many relatives that were here for support when we lost our pre- cious Doug Letterle. To each and every one of you, a big "Thank You"! From all of the farnily, "Thank You" again and God Bless each and every one of you. Thank You From The Chestnut United Methodist Church The church wouM like to thank all those who supported our Soup and Auction Novem- ber 5. Special Thanks to Cesar (Chestnut Family Cafr) for preparing the vegetable soup and chili. And, to Mike Maske for auctioneering; The Bank of Chestnut; C/ R Antiques; Al's Barbershop; The Farm- ers Grain; and Marilyn's Beauty Parlor for their donations for the Auction. We guarantee the lowest price for the highest quality monuments & Since 1945 713 HICKOX DR..- LINCOLN / Mon- Fri 9-5 Sat 9-Noon After Hours by Appt. rnanleymonuments @yahoo.corn 12 Gary L. Cyrulik, 72, of Mt. Pulaski died November 7, 2011 at Vonderlieth Living Center. Gary was born Surviving Gary is his-He was preceded in on July 18, 1939 in son Christopher (Laura) death by his parents, son Mt. Pulaski the son Cyrulik of Lincoln; his Eric Ray Cyrulik,'and of Dean and Arleen daughters - Lydia Anne twin daughters Crystal Wilham Cyrulik. Cyrulik of Springfield, Diane and Cynthia Anne ' He married Colleen and Becky (John) Trago Cyrulik. Coogan December of Lincoln; his brothers - Funeral Services for 31, 1959 in Spring- Kenny(Holly) Cyrulik of GawyCyrulikwereFriday field. She preceded Mt. Pulaski and Michael November 11 at Fricke- him in death October "Mick" (Beverly) Cyrulik Calvert-Schrader Funeral 23, 2000. He worked of Mt. Pulaski; and his Home, Mt. Pulaski. Mark as a contractor in the grandchildren = Kenny Weber officiated. Burial Mt. Pulaski area, and and Justin Trago, and was in Mt. Pulaski Cem- was a member of the Sierra Joy and Kianna etery. Mt. Pulaski Christian Grace Cyrulik. Memorials: Donor's Church. Choice. Janice C. son: Bill Stoltzenburg of brother, Dean Max- Stoltzenburg, 73, of Springfield; her daughters heimer, and one infant Decatur, formerly of - Brenda Merriman of brother. She loved her Logan County, died at Decatur and Patti (Jeff) cats Monica, Babie, and 10:10 a.m. SaturdayBaker of Decatur; her Zero. She lovedto make November 5, 2011 at brother Elwood (Faye) and sell jewelry and was Decatur Memorial Maxheimer of Jacob;an avid cardinal fan. Her Hospital. her very special friends last joy was listening Ms, Stoltzenburg Mike and Linda Krause to them win the World was born on April 30, of Decatur; as well as Series. 1938 in Logan County her grandchildren - Jesse Funeral Services for the daughter of Phil- (Tara) Merriman, Chris- Ms. Stoltzenburg were lip and Stella Holmes tina Robbins, Brandon Thursday November Maxheimer. She Stokzenburg, Whifley 10 at Fricke-Calvert- worked for Lehn and Baker, and Drake Baker; Schrader Funeral Home. Fink in Lincoln for 35 and her great-grandson Rev. Christopher Decker years. She was also a Karson Robbins. officiated. volunteer voting judge. She was preceded inMemorials: American She is survived by her death by her parents, Cancer Society. Mt. Pulaski Times Nov. 5, 2011