Margaret D. Lysen
Margaret D. Lysen, née Long, 94, of Orland Park, beloved wife of the late Walter H.; loving mother of Linnea (Tom) Gavin and Lucinda K. Lysen (Jim) Zaring; dearest grandmother of Thomas and Michael (Kristen) Gavin; great-grandmother of Connor and Dylan; dear daughter of the late John M. and Muriel C. Long; sister of Lynn Wildman and the late Audrey Wildman.
Visitation was held March 4 until time of services at Van Henkelum Funeral Home in Palos Heights. Interment was at Christ Lutheran Cemetery.
In Lieu of Flowers memorials to the Christ Lutheran Church c/o Walter Ledogar, 14700 S. 94th Ave. Orland Park, IL 60462 would be appreciated.
Mrs. Lysen was the President and Publisher of Southwest Messenger Press Newspapers Inc.
Delia V. Moreno
Delia V. Moreno, 82, née Vargas, of Evergreen Park, died Feb. 20 at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn. Visitation was held Feb. 25 at Kosary Funeral Home in Evergreen Park. A funeral service will be held Feb. 26 at the funeral home. Interment was at St. Mary Cemetery in Evergreen Park.
Mrs. Moreno is survived by her husband, Richard; her sons, Richard and Raymond; her daughter, Gloria Zysko; her brother, Louie; and three grandchildren.
Mrs. Moreno was born in Chicago. She was a homemaker.
Lucille “Lucy” Steinberg, 87, of Chicago, died Feb. 20 at home. Visitation was held Feb. 24 at Kosary Funeral Home in Evergreen Park. Interment was private.
Ms. Steinberg is survived by her daughter, Mary Lou Beazley; her longtime companion, John Ochsenfeld; and three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Ms. Steinberg was born in Chicago. She was a homemaker.
Peter Trapani, 94, of Palos Hills, died Feb. 25 at home. Visitation was held March 2 at Palos-Gaidas Funeral Home in Palos Hills. A funeral Mass was held March 2 at Sacred Heart Church in Palos Hills. Interment was at the Resurrection Cemetery mausoleum in Justice.
Mr. Trapani is survived by his son, Peter; his daughter, Carol Casey; his sister, Antoinette Scaramuzzi; and four grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
Mr. Trapani was born in Chicago. He served in the Army during World War II. He worked as an accordion tuner.