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Funeral Monday, Dec. 18, 9 a.m. from the Ed Prignano Funeral home, 1815 W. North avenue [Broadway and North avenue], Melrose Park. Mass 9:30 a.m. at Mount Carmel church. Interment Mount Carmel cemetery. Visitation Saturday after 7 p.m. Fi 4-0635. (findagrave.com)
Melrose Park. Published in the Chicago Tribune (IL) on Nov. 16, 1967 ... dear brother of Mrs. Lucy Lombardi. Funeral Saturday, Nov. 18, 9 a.m., from Ed Prignano Funeral Home, 1815 W. North Ave. (Broadway and North Ave.), Melrose Park. (findagrave.com)
John H. Rubright III, 53, of Melrose Park. Beloved son of Carol and the late John Jr. Cherished brother of Kenny (Jan), Diane, Jimmy (Barb) and Donna (Joe) Ariola. Proud Uncle of Samantha, Joey, Katie, Teena, Anthony... (legacy.com)
Marie L. Emmons, nee Tremonte, formerly of Melrose Park, beloved wife of the late Lowell "Ray"; loving mother of Linda Lucassen, the late Judy Lambert, Joseph (Anna) Williamson, Vici Maas and Darin (Stacy) Emmons;... (legacy.com)
Arrangements by the Bormann Funeral Home, 1600 Chicago Avenue, Melrose Park; www.bormannfuneralhome.com. ED PRIGNANO FUNERAL HOME, INC. 1815 West North Avenue, Melrose Park (708) 344-0635 Michael P. Leavy, Owner Proud to be of service to the community... (Issuu)
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