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Lower was a school principal and held administrative posts at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago and at Wheaton College earlier in his career, but he found his greatest joy in teaching. He was a professor of education at Wheaton for more than 20 years.
Like his neighbors in West Chicagos Timber Lake Apartments complex, Jose Rodriguez escaped a fast-moving fire Nov. 4 with his life and little else. Shellshocked residents recalled fleeing in bare feet, leaving cherished and essential belongings
Cornelia Mueller, who with her husband Glenn, operate the Timber Lake Apartments in the 1200 block of Kings Circle, said all 24 families, about 100 people, displaced by the blaze are in new apartments within the complex and their lives are "
Mork, 58, died Tuesday morning following a battle with cancer, said his wife, Lorraine. He served on the city council from 1993 to 2005 and was the forest preserve districts attorney for three decades. Bob always had a very insightful way of looking
Volunteers painted bathrooms, cleaned windows, spread mulch and did other cleaning and landscaping work at 55 schools, homes, nonprofit facilities and other locations throughout the county...Its kind of a selfless duty, selfless thing that the people
He was part of the group that in 1959 began the effort of starting the Fox River Trolley Museum, which opened in 1966. After two decades away from the museum, he returned to volunteer as the museum's community relations manager. Mr. MacBean spent
Robert Bugh in his laundry room one evening about two months after Carol, his wife of 27 years, died of cancer. Only a year and a half before, he had lost his best friend to cancer. Now Carol, his life partner, the mother of the their five children,