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OBITUARIES:  (published April 12, 2018)

James H. "Bud" Chadwick
  
James H. “Bud” Chadwick, 90, formerly of Burr Ridge, passed away April 9, 2018, at his home in Ottawa.
   Bud was born in 1927 in Chicago to James and Carrie, nee Case, Chadwick.
   He served in the Army in World War II. He was employed by the railroad until his retirement.
   He was preceded in death by his parents; his brother, Reynold Chadwick; and his sister, Jean Chadwick.
   Bud is survived by many cousins, including Margaret Wagner and Doris McCollum, Don Howell, Char Twait, Pete Morello, Steve (Becky) Wagner, Jim (Kellie) Wagner, Cindy Murphy and Kathy Schueler.
   Visitation is at 11 a.m. Friday, April 13, at Seals-Campbell Funeral Home, 1009 E. Bluff St., Marseilles, followed by a funeral service at noon.
   Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery with Military Honors.
   Memorials may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital online at stjude.org/give.

Dolores A. Cizek
  
Dolores A. Cizek, nee Miller, 88, a 50-plus year resident of Burr Ridge and longtime Hinsdale shop owner, passed away peacefully March 28, 2018, at ManorCare in Hinsdale.
   She lived a life that had great influence on many people.
   She was born in 1930 in St. Louis, Mo. She met James J. Cizek while attending the University of Chicago. She graduated in 1951 with a bachelor’s degree and the two were married in 1952. That same year they opened The Squire Shop, a fine menswear store in Hinsdale.
   The business thrived for 40 years until James retired. From the beginning the husband and wife were the only employees, handling everything from sales to merchandising to budgeting and bookkeeping. Once the business was established and their two children, Deborah and Robert, were born, Dolores’ role in the business became more back office support. So she pursued other outlets to fill her time.
   Those outlets were political in nature. She served on the Pleasantdale Elementary District 107 Board, the Burr Ridge Plan Commission and the Burr Ridge Village Board (1991-2005). She took those responsibilities very seriously and was always prepared to ask questions regarding the issues at hand.
   During that time she authored a weekly column for The Doings and Downers Grove Reporter. Watching or reading the news was very important to her, and many dinner discussions revolved around the latest world events. She was a great influence on her children.
Her son remains buoyed by the life and knowledge she bestowed on him.
   She was preceded in death by her husband, James J.; and her daughter, Deborah L. Cizek-Smith.
   She is survived by her son, Robert.
   Visitation will be held at 9 a.m. Monday, April 16, at Hinsdale Covenant Church, 412 S. Garfield Ave. A funeral service will follow at the church at 11 a.m.
   Interment is at Bronswood Cemetery in Oak Brook.
   Brian Powell Funeral Directors of Hinsdale handled the arrangements.

Ursula Kushner
  
Ursula Kushner, nee Wosik, 69, of Hinsdale, died April 3, 2018.
   Born in 1945 and raised in the Back of the Yards, Ursula graduated from St. John of God and Lourdes High School. Ursula resided with her husband, Terry, for many years in Hinsdale and raised their two daughters. Her family, her dogs and health fitness were her life’s passion. 
   She is survived by her husband of 36 years, Dr. Terry Kushner; her daughters, Keriann (Paul) Tokarz and Brittni Kushner; her sisters, Barbara (Russ) Warner and Anne Bishop; her brothers-in-law, Mark (Jane) Kushner and Dr. Robert (Nancy) Kushner; and her best friend and loving caregiver, Dee.
   No services are planned.
   Memorials may be made online to the Alzheimer’s Association at alz.org.
   Adolf Funeral Home in Willowbrook handled the arrangements.

Lucille Patricia Shukis
  
Lucille Patricia Shukis, nee Kilkus, died April 9, 2018, in Hinsdale.
   She was preceded in death by her husband, Bruno J. Shukis.
   She is survived by her children, Paul (Mary Kay) Shukis, Steven, Mary (Rick) Behler and Carol (Peter) Crofton; and her grandchildren, Daniel, Jeffrey and Kevin Shukis, Rick and Diana Shukis, Carol (Matthew) Coady, Patricia and Matthew Behler, Patrick, Mary and Lucy Crofton.
   Visitation is at 3 p.m. Monday, April 16, at Sullivan Funeral Home, 60 S. Grant St., Hinsdale.
   Family and friends will gather at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 17, at the funeral home before proceeding to an 11:15 a.m. Mass at St. John of the Cross Church, 5005 S. Wolf Road, Western Springs.
   Interment is at St. Casimir Cemetery in Chicago.
   In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. John of the Cross Parish online at stjohnofthecross.org (Giving Tab).

Marvin Tetenbaum
  
Marvin Tetenbaum, 96, a longtime Hinsdale resident, died peacefully at home Jan. 28, 2018.
   The son of Solomon and Fanny Tetenbaum, Marvin was raised in Brooklyn, N.Y. He received his undergraduate degree from NYU and his master’s and doctorate from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn. A chemical engineer, he worked on the Manhattan Project and then devoted his life to research at Argonne National Laboratory (1959-2017). After he “retired” in 1986, he continued to go to the lab every day to mentor younger scientists and contribute to scientific research and publications.
   He was an ardent support of human rights and, along with members of the greater Hinsdale area, founded a chapter of the Council on Human Relations to bring awareness of discriminatory practices in housing and employment in the community. He was proud to have marched in Selma, Ala., for voting rights. In the 1970s he tutored underprivileged youth in reading, math and science in Bridgeport.
   Marvin played viola since high school and was a constant presence in the West Suburban Symphony until 2017. He also played for 25 years in Chicago’s “Do-it-Yourself Messiah.”       For more than 50 years, he and his wife were season ticket holders for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
   An avid photographer since his youth, Marvin created award-winning photographs in his basement darkroom. His photo of “The Swan” can be found in the homes of friends and family worldwide.
   He was preceded in death by his wife, Zelda; and his son, David (Amelia Kreitzer Hope).
   He is survived by his daughters, Barbara and Lynn (Steven Johnson); and his grandsons, Alex and Jay Hope.
   A celebration of life will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, July 1, at Katherine Legge Memorial Lodge, 5901 S. County Line Road, Hinsdale.
   Memorials may be made to the West Suburban Symphony Society, PO Box 565, Hinsdale, IL 60522.


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