Menu

Larry David Kennedy

Larry David Kennedy, 47, of Evergreen Park, died Dec. 23. Hann Funeral Home in Bridgeview handled funeral arrangements. A memorial service was held at Resthaven Central in Palos Heights on Jan. 23.

Mr. Kennedy is survived by his wife, Lisa; his sons, Michael and Jeffrey; and his daughter, Allison. Mr. Kennedy was born in Chicago. He was a construction worker.

Dean A. Mindeman

Dean A. Mindeman, 70, of Palos Hills, died Jan. 17, at home. Visitation was held at Schmaedeke Funeral Home in Worth, on Jan. 20. A funeral service was held at the United Methodist Church of Worth on Jan. 21. Burial was at Chapel Hill Gardens South Cemetery in Oak Lawn.

Mr. Mindeman is survived by his wife, Kathleen; his daughters, Deborah Mindeman, Susan Gierman and Kathy Corcoran; step-daughter, Kara Price; stepson, Kenneth Foyle; his sister Nola Dyer; many nieces and nephews; and six grandchildren and four step-grandchildren. Mr. Mindeman was a line controller for a chemical processing company. He was a member of The United Methodist Church of Worth and Marrs-Meyer American Legion Post #991.

Kurt Reicher

Kurt Reicher, 53, of Evergreen Park, died Jan. 17. Inurnment was private. (Arrangements by Heritage Cremations.)

Mr. Reicher is survived by his father, Ernest Reicher; his mother, Virginia Strubin; his brother, Eric; his sisters, Lee Ann, Elizabeth and Victoria; and many nieces and nephews.

Mr. Reicher was born in Evergreen Park. He was a construction worker.

Raymond A. Youell

Raymond A. Youell, 71, of Palos Hills, died Jan. 15, at home. Visitation was held at Foran Funeral Home in Summit on Jan. 19. A funeral Mass was offered at St. Joseph Church on Jan. 20. Burial was at Resurrection Cemetery in Justice.

Mr. Youell is survived by his wife, Helen; his sons, Raymond, Mark, Patrick, Daniel, Monty and Matthew; his daughters, Maryann and Delia Karling; his brother, Lawrence; and 15 grandchildren. Mr. Youell was a retired electrician. He was a member of IBEW Local 134.

Andrzej Zawol

Andrzej Zawol, 51, of Oak Lawn, died Jan. 16. Visitation was held at Foran Funeral Home in Summit on Jan. 18. A funeral Mass was offered at St. Blase Church in Summit on Jan. 19. Burial was at Resurrection Cemetery in Justice.

Mr. Zawol is survived by his wife, Alice; his daughter, Agnes Conrad; his sister, Elizabeth Stachurska; and three grandchildren. Mr. Zawol was born in Poland. He was a quality inspector.