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OBITUARIES:  (published May 25, 2017)

May Andrle
  
May Andrle of Oak Brook, an active parishioner at St. Isaac Jogues Church in Hinsdale, died May 20, 2017, at Amita Adventist Medical Center in La Grange.
   May was born Mazie DiGiovanni in 1931 to Nicholas and Margaret Di Giovanni in Chicago.    She was married to her devoted husband Ed on Nov. 22, 1956, and they shared more than 60 years together.
   May worked as an executive secretary and attended Northwestern University. It was through the Newman Club at Northwestern that she met her husband Ed and also where they together forged lifelong friendships. She devoted herself to her family and homemaking, and always enjoyed hosting family and friends for get-togethers. When the family moved out East,    May discovered antiquing and she and Ed spent many hours in pursuit of the unique collections they built over the years.
   May and Ed enjoyed traveling together and were particularly fond of the times they spent in England, California and the Hawaiian islands. With adventurous spirits, they never passed up an opportunity to explore a new place. May was a passionate fan of the Chicago Cubs and Blackhawks and delighted in cheering them onto victory. May served her parishes through her involvement with the Holy Rosary Society at Most Blessed Sacrament Church in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey and the Council of Catholic Women at St. Isaac Jogues in Hinsdale, where she held positions as an officer.
   When her youngest child went off to college, May worked at Marshall Field’s where she often spent more money than she earned. May enjoyed surrounding herself and those she loved with beautiful things and reveled in the bargains she would get when she combined Field Days with her employee discount. She appreciated the many friends she made there as well as the book clubs she was a member of over the years.
   She is survived by her husband, Edward; her children, Ed, Terri (Tom Goblirsch) and Geralyn (Jerry Dold); her grandchildren, Conor and Austin Andrle, Andrew, Matthew, Timothy and Elizabeth Goblirsch and Edward and Teresa Dold; her step-grandson, Tony Dold; her brother, Chuck (Betty) Di Giovanni; and several nieces and nephews.
   The family would like to thank Dr. Arain and the second floor ICU nurses at Amita Adventist Medical Center in La Grange for their compassionate and tender care of May during her last weeks. Visitation is at 9 a.m. Friday, May 26, at St. Isaac Jogues Church, 306 W. 4th Street, Hinsdale. A funeral Mass will follow at the church at 10 a.m.
   Interment is at Queen of Heaven Cemetery in Hillside.
   In lieu of flowers, please have Masses said for May.
   Brian Powell Funeral Directors of Hinsdale handled the arrangements.

Paul Cashman
  
Paul Cashman, 55, of Bradenton, Fla., formerly of Hinsdale, died at Blake Medical Center May 16, 2017.
   Paul was born in 1961 in Waltham, Mass., and grew up in Hillsborough, Calif., and Hinsdale. He spent most of his adult years in Florida and ran an information technology consulting firm in Holmes Beach for many years.
   Over the last decade or more, Paul was an excellent caregiver for both of his parents until their passing. His family will always be grateful for his care and huge heart. 
   He was preceded in death by his parents, Howard Vincent and Jeanette MacInnis Cashman; and his brother, Peter Christopher Cashman.
   He is survived by his sister, Nancy Edith (Joe) Branka; his brother, Stephen John Cashman (Mary Jane Laase); his sister-in-law, Suzanne Perron Cashman; and his nephews and nieces, Charles Stephen Cashman, Andrew Cashman Branka, Stella Jane Cashman, Jane Campbell Cashman and Alex Cashman Branka.
   A memorial will be held in Paul’s honor this summer on Anna Maria Island with family and friends.

Helen R. Sullivan
  
Helen R. Sullivan, 91, a 61-year resident of Hinsdale, passed away May 2, 2017, at Sunrise Assisted Living in Willowbrook with her family by her side.
   She was born in 1926 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Helen was an outstanding interior decorator, an avid tennis player and fan, a former Hinsdale real estate agent and a supporter of the Chicago Art Institute and Museum of Contemporary Art. In addition, she was a founder of the Preview Party for the Hinsdale Antique Show and Sale. Recently Helen was recognized for her 23 years of membership in the Garden Study Club of Hinsdale.
   Loved by many for her sense of humor and love of chocolate, Helen held a bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Illinois.
   She was preceded in death by her son, Bill Sullivan.
   She is survived by her children, Janet ”Jan” Sullivan (Sandy) Stein and Doug Sullivan; her grandchildren, Cooper and Skylar Sullivan; her brother, Bill (Betty) Young; her nephews, John, Steve and Bill Young; her special friends, Pam Butler and Kevin Baab; and her many friends at Grace Episcopal Church.
   A funeral service will take place at 3 p.m. Friday, May 26, at Grace Episcopal Church, 120 E. First St. Hinsdale.
   Family and friends will gather following the service at the church.
   Memorials may be made to Alzheimer’s Disease Cooperative Study (payable to UC Regents), University of California at San Diego, ATTN: Mary Sundsmo, 9500 Gilman Drive MC0949; La Jolla, CA 92093-0949. 
   Brian Powell Funeral Directors of Hinsdale handled the arrangements.


  


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