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Death Notices, Oct. 2

Obituaries, memorial services and upcoming visitations at area funeral homes.

Dieterle Memorial Home

  • Donald A. Klank, 82, of Oswego. Service to take place at 11 a.m. Oct. 2 at Dieterle Memorial Home.
  • David Benter, of Montgomery; an avid fan of the Chicago Blackhawks and the Chicago White Sox.
  • Jose M. Soto II, 40, of Oswego; a radiology technologist for many area hospitals. Services were held Sept. 19.
  • Elizabeth M. Knott, 82, of Oswego, passed away Sept. 4. Memorials welcomed to St. Anne Catholic Church, Oswego or Kendall County Food Pantry.
  • Veronica C. Reid, 80, of Montgomery. Services were held at Holy Angels Catholic Church.
  • Dolly A. Moyer, 87, of Oswego, passed away Aug. 21.
  • Robert W. Kirtley, 84, of Montgomery, passed away Aug. 15. A veteran of both the U.S Army and the U.S. Air Force, he served during the Korean War and received the Purple Heart.
  • Cynthia Chivari-Beck, 37, of Montgomery; the mother of one had a passion for animals and music. Funeral services were held Aug. 17.

Nelson Funeral Homes and Crematory

  • Carolyn O. Leifheit, 95, of Yorkville; born with her twin on the family farm in rural Yorkville. Services were held at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Yorkville on Sept. 22.
  • Deborah Lynn Serra, Ph.D., 48, of Yorkville; an active member of St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Montgomery.
  • Pearl Lucille Allen, 86, of Yorkville; in addition to her own family, was a temporary foster mother to many children in need.
  • Billie Sue Purdue, 77, of Oswego. Services were held Sept. 14.

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