Obituaries

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Obituaries


In Loving Memory of Jimmy R. Nolan

A loving husband and wonderful daddy and grandpa, who passed away one year ago today. Although we cannot see your smile, hear your laughter or feel your hugs, you will remain in our hearts and memories forever. We love and miss you now and for always.

Kathy, Tammy, Sandy, Jeff, Barb, Tina, families and grandkids.

In Memory of

Coralie Kummer (nee Congreve)

Jan. 10, 1961 - Feb. 23, 1996

Dear Coralie, Oh, how we miss you every day, each of us in our own way. How I wish I had cherished each moment we spent together, not knowing it would end so soon. You will never, ever, leave our hearts.

Love always and forever until we meet again.

Your sons, Erik and Brad; husband, Rob; father, Daniel; brother, Dan; sister, Ann; friend, Joan; stepfather, Stan Magnuson; and your mother, who misses you more each day.

Abraham B. Akins

Abraham B. Akins, 72, of Seneca, Ill., died Wednesday, Jan. 7, 1998, in Seneca.

He was born Feb. 12, 1925, in Seneca, N.Y., to Charles and Ethel Mae (nee Van Martre) Akins.

Mr. Akins was a veteran of World War II, having served in the 353rd Division of the Army Airforce in the Asiatic-Pacific theater. He was married to Joan Perkins on March 22, 1966, in Las Vegas, Nev.

Survivors include his wife, Joan Akins of Seneca; children Lawrence Akins of Naperville, Lorraine Klein of Bolingbrook, Albert Weinberg of Wheaton and Linda Herrick of Wheaton; and 10 grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Arrangements were made by Osborne-Nelson Funeral Home, Seneca.

For information, (815) 357-6172.

Marjorie May Bacino

Funeral services for Marjorie May Bacino, 75, of Elgin, will be privately held. Familyand friends are invited to an open house this Sunday afternoon in her home.

Born Oct. 10, 1922, in Chicago, the daughter of Charles and Myrna Edwards Fisher, Mrs. Bacino died Thursday, Jan. 8, 1998, in her home.

She grew up in Chicago and on farms in Roselle and Grand Rapids, Mich., before returning to Chicago and graduating from high school in 1940. She married Steven Paul Bacino May 5, 1948, and settled in Elgin where she raised her family and lived for the next 50 years. She was an avid reader and gardener, and had a deep love for animals.

Survivors include her son, Craig C. (Janice) Bacino and grandson, John Bacino, both of Helena, Montana; and a sister, Leona Wilkinson of Bloomington, Ill.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Steven P.; son, Steven J.; and a sister, Geneva Meyers.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Humane Society, or Gail Borden Public Library.

Laird Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

For information, (847) 741-8800.

Alice Benson

Services for Alice Benson (nee Blaske), 84, of Arlington Heights, formerly of Chicago, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, at The Lutheran Home for the Aged, 800 W. Oakton Ave., Arlington Heights, 60004. The Rev. Karl Schmidt will officiate.

Born March 16, 1913, in Chicago, she died Thursday, Jan. 8, 1998, in Arlington Heights. Burial will be in Irving Park Cemetery.

Mrs. Benson worked as a secretary for Continental Bank in Chicago. She did volunteer work at the Shriners' Hospital and was also very active at Galewood Community Church in Chicago as a Sunday school teacher. Among her other interests, she especially enjoyed traveling and painting.

Survivors include her son, Bruce (Barbara) Benson of Inverness; grandchildren, Tami (Robert) Flubacker of Arlington Heights, Michael (Amy) Benson of Barrington and Traci (David) Anderson of Palatine; and great-grandchildren, Stefanie, Mark and Scott Flubacker, and Christian Anderson.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Edwin Benson, whom she married April 11, 1936 in Chicago; and her son, Richard Benson. …

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