Donald Siebert

Aug 14,1933 — Jan 05,2004

DONALD SIEBERT, of Elburn, passed away at Provena Mercy Center Hospital, Aurora, early Sunday morning, January 5, 2004 following a recent stroke.BORNHe was born August 14, 1933, in Aurora, IL, the son of Carl and Ingrid (Michelson) Siebert. CHILDHOOD / EDUCATION / MILITARYDon grew up in the Yorkville area where he graduated from high school and soon afterward was drafted into the Army where he served in Germany during the Korean War. Returning home in the late fifties, he was Read More…

Esther Winter

Oct 25,1914 — Jan 03,2004

ESTHER R. WINTER, age 89 of St. Charles, passed away peacefully, early Saturday morning, January 3, 2004 at the Rosewood Care Center, St. Charles, ILShe was born October 25, 1914 in St. Charles, IL, the daugher of Harry and Mary (Geske) Crawford. Esther grew up in St. Charles where she graduated from high school with the class of 1932, Following high school, Esther began working as a secretary for the Watson Insurance Agency, Geneva, IL On November 15, 1937, she Read More…

Anthony Faber

Apr 14,1918 — Jan 02,2004

Anthony A. Faber, 85 of Virgil, IL, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family, at his home, early Friday morning, January 2, 2004.BORN He was born April 14, 1918, in Burlington, IL, the son of Andrew and Mary (Berkes) Faber.CHILDHOOD / EDUCATIONAnthony grew up in the Burlington/Maple Park area and attended S.S. Peter & Paul Schools in Virgil. MILITARYIn 1942, entered the U.S. Army where he served until 1946 when he returned to Virgil and began working as a carpenter Read More…

Shirley Olson

Aug 12,1932 — Jan 01,2004

Shirley J. Olson, age 71 of St. Charles, formerly of Maple Park, passed away Thursday, January 1, 2004, at Delnor Community Hospital, Geneva, after many months of therapy to heal an ongoing infection. She was born August 12, 1932, in St. Charles, IL, the daughter of Frederick and Hazel (Bahr) Rakow. Shirley grew up in West Chicago, IL, where she graduated from West Chicago High School with the class of 1951. On August 25th of that year, she was united Read More…

David Cornell

Jul 07,1937 — Oct 20,2003

David Cornell, 66 of Minden Nebraska, formerly of St. Charles, IL, died Monday, October 20, 2003 at the Bethany Home, Minden, NE. Surrounded by the love and prayers of family and loved one’s far and wide, David passed away peacefully after many years of living courageous with a chronic lung condition.David was born July 7, 1937 in St. Charles, IL, the sixth of seven children born to Isaac Jerome and Katherine Bernice (Johnsen) Cornell. Following graduation from St. Charles High Read More…

Jason Hauser

Nov 14,2002 — Nov 14,2002

Jason Harley Hauser began life with his brother and sister, Justin and Betse. Awaiting their birth into our world, they grew in the loving warmth of their mother’s womb. They played and sometimes fought, or so their mother thought, as arms and legs could be seen and felt, poking mom in the ribs and making daddy smile to see the evidence of their antics. It was late October when things began to change. Jason, the feisty one, the teaser, the Read More…

Harold Miller

Aug 28,1921 — Mar 04,2001

Harold J. Miller, age 82, of Maple Park, Il, passed away suddenly, Thursday, March 4, 2004 at his home. Sometime during the day, Harold reached out and took the hand of his Savior and found that he was "finally home", surrounded by the loved ones who were awaiting his arrival. He was born August 28, 1921, on the family farm in rural Maple Park, the son of Frederick G, and Gertrude (Pflugfelder) Miller. He grew up in the Maple Park/Hinckley Read More…

Jan 01,1970 — Jan 01,1970

James “jammi” Buccieri

Sep 10,1964 — Aug 16,1916

James “Jimmi” Buccieri, age 51, of Elburn, passed away Tuesday, August 16, 2016.. He was born on September 10, 1964, the son of Albert and Carol (Carlson) Buccieri in Elk Corn, WI. : Jimmi had a work ethic that was second to none. He always had to be on the go and was never still for long. He remodeled his entire house from top to bottom, paying meticulous attention to detail with every room. When he wasn’t working, Jimmi loved Read More…