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DEATH NOTICES from July 11, 2013

Otha “Ray” Donaubauer
FLAG-PIN Ortha “Ray” Donaubauer, 66, of Alsip, died July 2. Visitation was held July 5 at Blake-Lamb Funeral Home in Oak Lawn. A funeral service was held July 6 at the funeral home. Interment was at Bethania Cemetery in Justice.
  Mr. Donaubauer is survived by his wife, Cheryl; his sons, Keith and Brian; his brothers, William and Bruce Linhart; his sisters, Joann Ivnes, Catherine Warren and Laura Smith; and six grandchildren.
  Mr. Donaubauer was born in St. Louis, Mo. He served in the Marines and fought in the Vietnam War. He worked as a foreman.

Manuela “Molly” S. LaBuda
  Manuela “Molly” LaBuda, 72, of Alsip, died July 3. Visitation was held July 5 at Curley Funeral Home in Chicago Ridge. A funeral Mass was held July 6 at St. Catherine of Alexandria Church in Oak Lawn. Interment was private.
  Mrs. LaBuda is survived by her husband, Ted LaBuda Sr.; her daughter, Ann Hayes; her son, Ted Jr.; and six grandchildren.
  Mrs. LaBuda was born in Spain. She was a homemaker.

John McPherson Cameron Harvey
  John McPherson Cameron Harvey, 83, of Worth, died June 24 at home. Visitation was held June 27 at Schmaedeke Funeral Home in Worth. A funeral service was held the same day at the funeral home. Interment was private.
  Mr. Harvey is survived by his son, Mark; his daughter, Robin; and four grandchildren.
  Mr. Harvey was born in Scotland. He worked as an electrician.

Albert De Vries
FLAG-PIN  Albert De Vries, 91, of Chicago Ridge, died June 25. Visitation was held June 27 at Schmaedeke Funeral Home in Worth. A funeral service was held June 28 at Faith Lutheran Churchin Oak Lawn. Interment was at Chapel Hill Gardens South Cemetery in Alsip.
  Mr. Harvey is survived by his wife, Louise; his son, John; his daughter, Carol; and five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
  Mr. Harvey was born in Chicago. He served in the Army during World War II. He worked as a truck driver.

Albert A. Fabianowicz
  Albert A. Fabianowicz, 67, of Worth, died June 25 at home. Visitation was held June 28 at Schmaedeke Funeral Home in Worth. A funeral Mass was held the same day at the funeral home. Interment was at Chapel Hill Garden South Cemetery in Alsip.
  Mr. Fabianowicz is survived by his sons, Tom and Teddy.
  Mr. Fabianowicz was born in Chicago. He worked as a prison guard.