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OBITUARIES:  (published Dec. 7, 2017)

Edmund Howard Grant
Edmund Howard Grant III, 49, of Clarendon Hills passed away Dec. 1, 2017.
Ed, was born in 1968 in Chicago
   He enjoyed playing ice hockey in his men’s league and his love of sports informed his life as a player, a coach, a spectator and a debater. His love for his family knew no bounds. His love for his friends never wavered. His love for music was as vast as his taste was unique. His love of youthful mischief extended well beyond his youth. And his love of life brought life to many parties and joy to many people. Ed Grant never took life for granted.
   He is survived by his wife, Karen Grant, nee Elder; his children, Katie, Eddie and Mary Grant; his parents, Edmund “Ned” Howard II and Mary Lou Grant, nee Kiley; his siblings, Peter, Charles (Mollie), Julie (Brendan) McMahon, Michael (Cara), Susie (Patrick) Quinn and Christopher (Kendall) Grant; his parents-in-law, James and Juanita Elder; his siblings-in-law, Christopher and Amy Elder; and 18 nieces and nephews.
   Visitation is from 3 to 9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 8, at Sullivan Funeral Home, 60 S. Grant St., Hinsdale. A funeral procession will start at 11:15 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 9, from Sullivan Funeral    Home and proceed to Notre Dame Church, 64 Norfolk Ave., Clarendon Hills, where Mass will be said at noon.
   Interment is private.
   Memorials may be made to Grant Children Education Fund, c/o Clarendon Hills Bank, 200 Burlington Ave., Clarendon Hills, IL 60514.

Christian McNabb
Christian William McNabb of Lakewood, Calif., passed away Nov. 30, 2017, as a result of a motorcycle accident.
   Christian, 23, was born in 1994 in Baton Rouge, La. His family moved to Chicago when he was a toddler and settled in Aurora, where Christian attended Metea Valley High School and College of DuPage.
   From a young age he developed a love for motocross and riding. He was also a talented artist, lacrosse player, photographer and videographer. All of his passions came together with his move to California and a job opportunity with Del Amo Motorsports. Christian started in sales and quickly advanced to marketing manager and graphic designer.
   He is survived by his soulmate, Alanna Johnson; his mother, Julienne Mourot of Hinsdale; his father, Will McNabb; his sister, Laurette McNabb of Hinsdale; and his grandparents, Linda McNabb, Bill and Karen McNabb, Mary Youngblood, and Philip and Niki Mourot; his aunts and uncles, Angele Mourot, Rick Luedtke, Michelle and Kelly Luthringshausen of Hinsdale,    Nicole and Ronnie Johnson, Ann Marie McNabb, Cliff McNabb, Matt McNabb and Elizabeth Mourot; and his cousins, Bliss and Savanna Luedtke, Erik, Beck and Anders Luthringshausen, Luke, Nick and Jack Johnson, and Myles McNabb.

Robert H. Siever
Robert H. Siever, 89, a 51-year resident of Hinsdale, died Dec. 6, 2017, at his home.
   Robert was born in 1928 in Peoria and was a retired Allstate insurance agent who served in the U.S. Navy.
   He was preceded in death by his sister, Betty Introno.
   He is survived by his wife, Joyce, nee Wieland; his children, Dennis, Diane and Daryl (Eileen) Siever; his grandchildren, Nathan, Phillip, Daniel and Jason; and his siblings, Carolyn Thomas and Richard Siever.
   A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10, at Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S. Madison St., Willowbrook.
   Interment is private at Bronswood Cemetery in Oak Brook.
   Memorials may be made to St. Thomas Hospice, PO Box 130 Hinsdale, IL 60522.
   Brian Powell Funeral Directors of Hinsdale handled the arrangements.

Brooks Edwin Tonn
Brooks Edwin Tonn, 10, of Hinsdale, passed away peacefully on Dec. 1, 2017, surrounded by family and friends.
   Brooks bravely and gracefully mounted a year-long battle with cancer with the help of a generous and caring community whose love will never be forgotten. A lifelong baseball fan, Brooks played in 54 games during his medical treatments for his cherished Red Dogs, Hinsdale Little League and Hinsdale All Stars.
   His toughness and fight will never be forgotten by those who were fortunate enough to have known and loved him. There are no words to describe how much he will be missed, but he will live on in many hearts forever. He was a beloved and loving son, amazing brother, faithful teammate and kind friend to all.
   Brooks is survived by his parents, Nora, nee Keenan, and Robert Tonn; his siblings, Hunter, Griffin and Scarlett; his grandparents, Nancy and William Brooks Keenan and Barbara and Donald Tonn; his aunts and uncles, Betsy and Brian Moran, Bill and Denise Keenan, Trish and Patrick Kinsella, Dan and Tracey Keenan, Tom and Danielle Keenan and Donald Jr. and Kari Tonn; his cousins, Kate and Christian Arquilla, Finn Arquilla, Jack, Christopher and Nora Moran, William IV and Hannah Keenan, Genevieve, Patrick Cass and Colette Kinsella, Christopher, Lauren, Jane and Ben Keenan, Patrick, Caroline and Sean Keenan, Lindsey Kaplan-Herman and Amanda Tonn.
   A funeral Mass was said Tuesday at St. John of the Cross Church in Western Springs.
   Interment was at Bronswood Cemetery in Oak Brook.
   In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Friends of Brooks Tonn, c/o Hinsdale Bank & Trust, 25 E. First St., Hinsdale, ILĀ  60521, to support charities and organizations that supported Brooks.
   Sullivan Funeral Home in Hinsdale handled the arrangements.


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