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Death Notices from 9-26-13

Michael Conrad
  Michael Conrad, 43, of Worth died Sept. 7 at home. Visitation was held at Schmaedeke Funeral Home and interment was private. Mr. Conrad was surived by his wife, Susan Conrad, and stepchildren Sydney, Taylor, Logan and Layla Warren. He was also survived by his father, Richard Conrad, mother, Sandra Smiley, brothers Dennis, Mac, David and James Conrad and sister Emily Conrad.
  Mr. Conrad was born in Oak Lawn and worked in construction as a foreman.

Debra Ann DiNaso
  Debrara Ann DiNaso, née Lanik, 54, of Oak Lawn died Sunday at the University of Chicago Hospital in Chicago. Visitation was Wednesday and a funeral Mass will take place at 10 a.m. today, Thursday, at St. Catherine of Alexandria in Oak Lawn. She is survived her husband, Charles DiNaso, her son Shawn Janet and daughter Dawn Williams. He is also survived by her sisters, Lynette Lanik and Denise (Jeff) DeLosMonteros and twin brother, Bryan Lanik.
  Mrs. DiNaso was born in Chicago and worked at Jewel Food Stores for more than 27 years.

Marilyn Fritz
  Marilyn Fritz, née Simkovich, 66, of Palos Hills died Sept. 13 in Norwich, CT. Visitation was held Friday at Schmaedeke Funeral Home and the funeral was Friday at Sacred Heart Chruch in Palos Hills.
  Ms. Fritz was born in Chicago and was an analyst for the federal government.

Jean M. Glockler
  Jean M. Glockler, 50, of Oak Lawn died Friday in Palos Heights. Visitation is at 6:30 p.m. today, Thursday and service is at 7:30 p.m. at Colonial Chapel in Orland Park. Cremation is private. Ms. Glockler is survived by her brothers, Bob (Rita) Glockler and Ronn (Chris) Glockler, and sisters Sue (Dan) Stevens and Jenny Glockler.
  Ms. Glockler was born in Oak Lawn and worked as a history teacher at Morraine Valley Community College.

June A. Stavropoulos
  June A. Stavopoulos née Majewski, 77, formerly of Palos Hills, died Sept. 14 in Georgia. Visitation was on Sept. 18 at Schmaedeke Funeral Home and a Mass was held at Our Lady of the Ridge in Chicago Ridge. Burial was at Holy Sepulchre. Ms. Stavropoulos was survived by her daughter, Melissa Stavropoulos.
  Ms. Stavopoulos was born in Chicago and was an artist.