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Death Notices from 1-16-14

Vincent Aparo
  Vincent Aparo, 81, of Evergreen Park died and visitation was Tuesday at St. Bernadette in Evergreen Park. Mass was at noon and interment at St. Mary Cemetery.
  Mr. Aparo was the husband of MarquetteAparo, nee Giagrande. He was the father of John (Joyce) Aparo Sr., Kimberly (Paul) Cericola and Barbara (Craig) Miller. He was also the brother of Frances Pusateri. He was a retired deputy director of streets and park in Evergreen Park.

FLAG-PINJames Glenn Brown
  James Glenn Brown, 83, of Evergreen Park died Jan. 8 at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn. Visitation was Friday at Colonial Chapel in Orland Park. A funeral service was held Saturday at St. Bernedette Church in Evergreen Park and interment was at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
  Mr. Brown was survived by daughter Catherine Ann (Robert) Bush and brother-in-law Fred (Joyce) Lemaster. He was born in Chicago and was a retired salesman for Chicago Chain and Transmission. He also served in Korea for the Army.

Robert Cole
  Robert Cole, 75, of Chicago Ridge died Jan. 7 at his home, Visitation was held Friday at Schmaedeke Funeral Home. A service was held Saturday at Our Lady of the Ridge Church and an entombment was at Holy Sepulchre Mausoleum.
  Mr. Cole was survived by brother Leon Cole and children Anthony (Mary) Cole, Debora (Richard) Petbok and Catherine (Kenneth) Nelson. He was born in Chicago and was a machinist for 3M.

FLAG-PINWillis “Ray” Mancil
  Willis “Ray” Mancil, 56, of Chicago Ridge died Jan. 8 at home. Visitation was Monday at Schmaedeke Funeral Home in Worth. The service was Tuesday at the funeral home.
  Mr. Mancil was survived by wife Char Mancil and son Michael Mancil. He was also survived by his sister Sonya Gasida and stepchildren Donna (Eric) Plonka, Jennifer Page, Leslie (Edwardo) Campins and Jim (Melissa) Schwichtenbert. He was born in Liberty, Texas. He was a retired chief petty officer in the United States Navy.