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Memorials may be made to HDSA Illinois Chapter, PO Box 1883 Arlington Heights, IL 60006-1883. Please include that your donation is in memory of Allen Lynch and include his address: 699 IL Hwy 16 Pana, IL 62557 so acknowledgment will be noted. (Herald & Review)
Rand Road, Arlington Heights. Interment Shalom Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Congregation Beth Judea or Na'Amat. For information or condolences, (847)255-3520 or www.shalom2.com. (Chicago Sun Times)
Illinois would collect financial information from towns and ... described to the committee a situation in suburban Ford Heights, which shuttered its police department in 2000. "We are still the de facto police department for Ford Heights," Dart aide ... (Daily Herald)
Stephanie was a member of Greater Alton Church in Rosewood Heights. She is preceded in Death by her beloved ... James (Kasey) Gill of Mt. Carmel, Illinois, Morgan Gill of Godfrey, Ethan Gill of Godfrey; one grandchild, Ryleigh Gill; five siblings, Charles ... (Alton Daily News)
EHS will have four wrestlers in the Class 3A individual state tournament, which starts Thursday and runs through Saturday at the State Farm Center on the campus of the University of Illinois ... ranked Travis Ford-Melton of Chicago Heights Marian Catholic. (The Edwardsville Intelligencer)
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