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Local residents named to Bradley dean’s list

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PEORIA, ILL.—The following local residents were named to the Bradley University dean’s list for the fall 2014-15 semester: Haley Euting, Perren Palpant, Andrew Raver and Jeffrey Smith, all of Elburn; and Greg Landgren of Big Rock.

To be eligible for the dean’s list, a student must achieve a minimum 3.5 gradepoint average for the semester on a 4.0 scale.

Wooten named to Troy University chancellor’s list

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TROY, ALA.—Grant Wooten of Sugar Grove was recently named to the chancellor’s list at Troy University for the 2014-15 fall semester.

The chancellor’s list honors full-time undergraduate students who are registered for 12 semester hours and who earn a grade point average of 4.0.

Hilma ‘Tilly’ Marie Henderson

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Hilma “Tilly” Marie Henderson was born in Elburn, on Sept. 20, 1920, and passed away surrounded by her family at her home in Golden, Colo., on Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015. She was the youngest of three sisters.

Tilly lived in Elburn until she was 88 years of age. She was the oldest native woman in Elburn when she decided to move to Colorado to be close to family.

Tilly truly loved her family and friends, and is survived by her children, Dianne and Stanley; grandchildren, Catherine (Grant) Cameron, Philip (Sue) Henderson, Elisabeth Purcell and James (Kiley) Henderson; great-grandchildren, Shane, Tipton and Colton Henderson, Quinn Cameron, J.R. and Troy Henderson.

She also leaves behind her dearest friends, Doris Gilkey and Bach-Yen.

She is preceded in death by her husband of many years, “Hank” Stanley. Following his passing, Tilly continued to tell stories of their love and their fun times dancing, and they are dancing together again.

Tilly will be remembered for her awesome cream puffs; love of cooking; sewing various stuffed toys for her grandchildren, great-grandchildren and others; planting beautiful gardens with Queen Anne’s Lace and poppies; her ability to paint and write poetry, crochet and knit anything; and visiting with her friends and family.

Another thing Tilly was known for was her fear of flying. However, now she will soar. She was loved.
Tilly’s family would like to thank everyone who helped her and stayed with her during this journey. Thank you to Dee, Tilly’s “adopted granddaughter,” for baking biscotti and cookies for Tilly. Although Tilly could not be in the kitchen as much as she would have liked, Dee was there and baked endless biscotti and cookies, and was entrusted with Tilly’s world-famous cream puff recipe. She was great company and a good caregiver with joyful baby Alex, who brought the great gift of smiles and laughter every day with Tilly.

A special thanks to Jill Postel and Jackie for being incredible medical care providers. Tilly and her family would also like to express their gratitude to Lutheran Hospice for the excellent care in these last months, and special thanks to those who have sent their prayers and good thoughts.

Shirley E. Skoglund

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Shirley E. Skoglund, 87, of Elburn, formerly of Geneva, passed away surrounded by the love and prayers of her family on Sunday, Dec. 28, 2014.

She is survived by her four loving children, David (Debi), John, Carol and Robert Skoglund;
two grandsons, Michael and Daniel Skoglund; and two nephews, Gary DeYoung and Jim (Carla) DeYoung. She was preceded in death by her parents, Carl and Helen Werner; her husband, George Skoglund; and dear sister, Lois DeYoung.

Private family services have been arranged.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be mailed direct to Grace Lutheran Church, 5N600 Hansen Road, St. Charles, IL 60175.

Arrangements were handled with care by Conley Funeral Home, Elburn.

Local students named to Augustana College dean’s list

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ROCK ISLAND, ILL.—The following local residents were named to the Augustana College dean’s list for the 2014 fall term:

Melissa Cherry (undecided), Benjamin Hodges (biology) and Elizabeth Kupar (music education-instrumental), all of Elburn; and Chelsie Dean (elementary education), Malory Groen (biochemistry), Anna Novotny (communication sciences and disorders), Eileen Rup (undecided) and Kylie Siebert (business administration), all of Sugar Grove.

Students who have earned this academic honor have maintained a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher on a four-point scale for courses taken during the term.

John ‘Jack’ Kleinow

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John “Jack” Kleinow, 91, of St. Charles, passed away suddenly at Glen Oaks Hospital on Tuesday, Dec. 16, 2014.

Jack was a proud veteran of the United States Army, valiantly serving his country during World War II. Jack fought in two major battles in Europe, and he survived as a POW.

Jack was a collector of antique cars, and he relished his time spent at his summer home at Gall Lake, Mich. But most of all, he loved his family. He is gone from this Earth, but he will never be forgotten.

Jack is survived by his wife of 61 years, Joanne; his four children, Jack, Cheri (Richard) Geigert, Bob and James (Barb); seven grandchildren, Jacklyn (Robert) Gallegos, Jennifer, Jamie and Janell Kleinow, Anna Mae Kleinow, and Jodie and Tom Geigert; a great-grandson, Aidyn Kleinow; and a sister, Bette Jordan.

Jack is preceded in death by his parents, Oscar and Eva Kleinow; his brother, Bob; and sister, Violet.

A private family service and burial will take place on Thursday, Dec. 18.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established in Jack’s name to benefit the Salvation Army. Checks may be made to the “Salvation Army” and mailed in care of P.O. Box 66, Elburn, 60119. Tributes may also be forwarded to the same address or on the web at www.conleycare.com.

Richard Moffitt

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Richard Moffitt, 60, of Kaneville, passed away peacefully Monday, Dec. 22, 2014. He went to spend Christmas with his mom and dad up in heaven.

Richard was born on May, 3, 1954, in Geneva to proud parents Everett and Debbie Moffitt. Richard grew up in Kaneville and attended local schools, graduating from Kaneland High School with the Class of 1972.

As a kid, Richard loved going on ice fishing and hunting trips with his dad and brother, Tom.

Richard loved music; he played the drums, his brother played the trumpet and his sister played the saxophone.

He was a young entrepreneur, starting a lawn mowing business with his siblings, cutting grass all over Kaneville.

Richard met Stephanie Richardson while working at Electro-vend in the early 1970s. Their eyes met, and they quickly fell in love. Their two hearts became one when they were united in marriage on Aug. 17, 1974.

They started their family with his step-son, Tyrone, together in Montgomery. While there, they were blessed with another son, Kevin. The family then moved to Aurora and were blessed with a daughter, Michelle. From Aurora, they moved to Kaneville and made their home on Harter Road for the rest of his years.

Richard loved the open road, so he became a truck driver. He started at Precision Woodworking in Elburn, then moved on to Parenti and Raffaelli, delivering woodworking for over 15 years. His last job was at Hintzsche delivering fertilizer. He was fond of all the people he worked with over the years.

Richard was a great driver; he could fit his truck in the smallest of spots, whether in Elburn or Chicago.

He was a devoted member of the Kaneville United Methodist Church in Kaneville. Richard and Stephanie loved the outdoors; they enjoyed going on long bike rides through the countryside.

He had a green thumb, and one garden was not enough—he had to have two. He was an expert at growing vegetables, mainly corn, potatoes and green peppers. Anything that could be eaten, Richard could make it grow.

He was a big fan of cars; his ‘69 Chevy Camaro RS with an SS package, and his ‘72 Heavy Chevy Chevelle were his two favorite cars.

The most important thing in Richard’s life was his family. He loved doting on his four grandchildren. He always had the grandkids out helping him mow the lawn and take care of the gardening. He showed the kids how to fix their bikes and how to plant trees.

Richard is gone from this Earth, but he will never be forgotten.

Richard is survived by his wife of 40 years, Stephanie; his three children, Tyrone (Kim) Moffitt and their two daughters, Madison and Lauryn, Kevin Moffitt, and Michelle (Jason) Fisher and their two children, Tyler and Brittany; brother, Tom (Cindy) Moffitt; sister, Rhonna (Gary) Hemm; six nieces and nephews, Rudy, Mike, Jessica, Brandon, Carrie and Chuck; and a countryside of friends.

Richard is preceded in death by his parents, Everett and Debbie Moffitt

A memorial service to honor Richard’s life will take place on Monday, Dec. 29. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. at Conley Funeral Home, 116 W. Pierce St., Elburn. A private family service will follow visitation.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established in Richard’s name. Checks may be made to the “Richard Moffitt Memorial” and mailed in care of P.O. Box 66, Elburn, 60119. Tributes may also be forwarded to the same address or on the web at www.conleycare.com.

Sorensens to celebrate 75 years of marriage

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Roy and Berdena Sorensen of Hinckley will celebrate their 75th wedding anniversary on Dec. 23, 2014. They were married at Pierce Church on the wedding anniversary of Berdena’s parents.

Roy and Berdena have two children, Terry (Sherry) Sorensen of Big Rock, and Lavon (Alan) Nehring of Sycamore; four grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Cards from friends and family would be appreciated.

Richard Provenzano

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Richard Provenzano, 77, passed away peacefully Monday, Dec. 8, 2014, in the comfort of his home. He was born in Oak Park, Ill., on Feb. 28, 1937.

He was a plumber by trade and was a member of the Plumbers and Pipefitters Union 501.

He built a beautiful home in Lake Geneva, Wis., where they lived with his then-wife, Nancy Wrablik Provenzano, for over 20 years. They retired to Mesa, Ariz., but then returned back to his home state of Illinois to be close to his children.

Once retired, he enjoyed spending his time looking for collectible toys at flea markets, and he had great passion for buying and restoring classic cars.

Richard is survived by his five children, Steve, Rick, Gina (Paul), John (Cherie) and Martha (Ben); his five grandchildren, Richie, Ashley, Christina, John, Gianna and Angelina; his sister, Cathy (Michael); and his brother, Carl.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Carl and Florence (Giaconi) Provenzano; and his daughter, Mary.

Visitation and Mass were held Dec. 11 at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Melrose Park, Ill. A chapel service followed at Queen of Heaven Cemetery.

Arrangements were handled by The Healy Chapel, 370 Division Drive, Sugar Grove. For further information, call (630) 466-1330 or visit www.healychapel.com to leave an online condolence.

James Ross

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James Ross, 56, of Elburn, originally of Chicago, passed away peacefully in the arms of his loving wife, Annie, on Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2014.

James is survived by his loving wife, Ann Ross; his beloved siblings, Lynn Esposito, Lois (John) Cummuta, Judy (Tom) Fox, John (Aimy) Ross, Rick (Gisha) Ross and Lisa (Bob) Rivas; and his mother, Dolores.

James is preceded in death by his father, George Ross; and his father- and mother-in-law, Joseph and Lillian Kocanda.

A visitation was held on Sunday at Conley Funeral Home. Private cremation will follow at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established in James’ name. Checks may be made to the “James Ross Memorial” and mailed in care of P.O. Box 66, Elburn, 60119. Tributes may also be forwarded to the same address or on the web at www.conleycare.com.

Dale Elliott Shoop

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Dale Elliott Shoop, 71, of Elburn, passed away Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014, at Seasons Hospice in Naperville, Ill.

Dale was born May 6, 1943, in Aurora, the son of Bennett and Mabel (nee Elliott) Shoop. Dale was united in marriage to Donna Snelting on April 27, 1968, at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Batavia.

Dale served in the United States Navy aboard the USS Compass Island during the Vietnam Conflict. He was a faithful member of the Elburn American Legion, serving as the financial officer for 35 years. In the last 15 years of Dale’s life, he handled a variety of significant health issues with gracious acceptance, faith and mental grit. He daily appreciated what he had, and is a true inspiration to his family.

He is survived by his wife, Donna; two daughters, Amy (Kevin) Riley of Chicago, and Lisa (Steven) Fabrizius of Sycamore; five grandchildren, McKenzie and Jake Riley, and William, Alexander and Sydney Fabrizius; and a sister, Arlene Hibbard.

In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his sister, Sandra Morrow.

Visitation was held Tuesday at Moss Family Funeral Home in Batavia. A funeral Mass was celebrated Wednesday at St. Gall Catholic Church in Elburn.

Memorial contributions may be directed to St. Gall Catholic Church Building Fund 120 West Shannon Street Elburn, IL 60119.

For additional information, contact Moss Family Funeral Home at (630) 879-7900 or www.mossfuneral.com.

Scott Bailey Stouffer

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Scott Bailey Stouffer, 57, of Maple Park, formerly of St. Charles, passed away at home, surrounded by the love and prayers of his family, in the early morning hours of Friday, Dec. 12, 2014. Though he lost a valiant and hard-fought battle with cancer, he claims the victory of his savior and now rests in celestial grace.

He was born Sept. 2, 1957, in Aurora, the son of Robert B. and Myrna J. (Rees) Stouffer.

Scott may have begun his life in Aurora, but his formative years were spent in Kaneville, where he attended local schools. He graduated with the class of 1975 before attending Waubonsee Community College.

Scott was set up to meet a girl named Linda Harmon in 1983. What followed was a whirlwind courtship that swept the couple off their feet, landing squarely at the altar, where they were united in marriage less than a year later on March 10, 1984, at First Baptist Church in Geneva.

They began their new life together in Geneva for a time before buying a house in St. Charles. For the next five years, they made it home, filling it not only with memories, but also a growing family, as well. In 1990, the family, which now included David and Katie, moved to Maple Park, where they welcomed Jessica, who made their family complete.

Scott’s working career began at Caterpillar for a time before he made a move to Equipto Elelectronics in Aurora. Over 30 years later, Scott continued to be a valued employee and became a supervisor before his failing health brought him into retirement.

Scott for over 20 years was a faithful member and Elder of the First Baptist Church in Sycamore. He also was a chairman of the Missions Board, where his passion shone clear and bright for many years, taking trips to Ireland, Russia and Hungary.

In his younger years, Scott and Linda would spend time with friends, playing sports, listening to concerts and generally hanging out at the Crossroads in Big Rock. He was also a movie buff, specializing in everything from adventure to sci-fi. Every Friday, he made his special homemade pizza and played board games, like Risk, Hearts, Uno, Canasta and many more, with his kids. Scott wasn’t a gambling man, but when it came to poker, Scott never skimped on his bets of Skittles and M&M’s.

Scott never smoked, but enjoyed chewing on his favorite cigars, especially when he held court on the backyard barbecue. His garden was tended with care as he watched his flowers bloom and his table fill with the fall harvests of vegetables.

Scott was a “no holds barred” paintball enthusiast, and went fishing in Canada with family, not to mention trips on Lake Michigan with friends from church. Scott had a passion for his faith, and for his family that will be the legacy he leaves for others to treasure.

He is survived by his loving wife of 30 years, Linda; three children, Dave (Stephanie) Stouffer, Katie Stouffer and Jessy Stouffer; one grandson “on the way”; his parents, Bob and Myrna Stouffer; two brothers, Stephen (Linda) Stouffer and Bill (Jennifer) Stouffer; many nieces and nephews, including Adam (Jessie) Stouffer and their daughter Addison, Emily (Chad) Bosse, and Max and Reese Stouffer; and a countryside full of friends.

Visitation was held Monday at Conley Funeral Home, Elburn. Visitation and a funeral to celebrate his life and faith was held Tuesday at First Baptist Church in Sycamore. Interment followed at Kaneville Cemetery, Kaneville.

A memorial has been established in his name. Checks may be made to the “Scott Stouffer Memorial” and mailed in care of P.O. Box 66, Elburn, 60119. Tributes may also be forwarded to the same address or on the web at www.conleycare.com, where you can find his full-life story.

St. Paul’s UCC Hinckley Cookie Walk, Bake Sale

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HINCKLEY—St. Paul’s of Hinckley will host its cookie walk and bake sale on Saturday, Dec. 13, 8 a.m. to noon at the church, located on the corner of View and McKinley streets, Hinckley.

The event will feature homemade cookies, candy and other baked goods. Cookies and candy will be available for $6 per pound.

The church will also have gift items available at reasonable prices.

For more information, call Donna at (815) 286-7228.

St. Mary’s Christmas Cookie Sale, Breakfast with Santa Claus

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MAPLE PARK—St. Mary’s of Maple Park will host its annual Christmas Cookie Sale on Saturday, Dec. 13, 9 to 11 a.m., or until sold out, at St. Mary’s Novak Center, County Line Road in Maple Park.

Choose your own homemade cookies for $6 per pound. Advance orders for assorted cookies may be placed until Wednesday, Dec. 10. The Knights of Columbus will host Breakfast with Santa at the same time as the Cookie Sale.

For more information or advance orders, call Anne at (815) 827-3302.

Fox Valley Festival Chorus to perform Dec. 13-14

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SUGAR GROVE—The Fox Valley Festival Chorus will present its holiday concert, “Hallelujah, Hodie and Hayes!” on Saturday, Dec. 13, at 7 p.m. at Oswego Presbyterian Church on Route 25 in Oswego, Ill., and on Sunday, Dec. 14, at 3 p.m. in the auditorium at Waubonsee Community College on Route 47 in Sugar Grove (use the north entrance).

Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for ages 65 and up, and $5 for ages 12 and under. For additional information, contact foxvalleyfc@gmail.com.

Roger Bartlett

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Roger Bartlett, 82, of Elburn, passed away peacefully at home on Sunday Dec. 7, 2014, surrounded by the love and prayers of his family.

Roger was born in Joliet, Ill., to proud parents Clarence and Myrtle Bartlett.

Roger grew up in Kenosha, Wis., and attended local schools. He graduated from Mary D. Bradford High School in Kenosha.

After high school, Roger joined the National Guard and was then called up to fight for his country on behalf of the U.S. Army in the Korean War.

Roger was married to Dorothy Kloep before entering the service. Roger and Dorothy were blessed with two beautiful boys, John and Matthew. In 1971, Roger moved the family from Kenosha to Glen Ellyn, Ill.

Roger was a tool and die maker by trade, but he was skilled enough that he became a self-taught manufacturing engineer. Roger went on to lend his engineering skills to numerous companies in the Chicago area for many years. His final working years were for IMAS, selling machine tools.

Roger was lucky in love a second time when he met June McDaniel in 1999. They met through work, fell in love and were married on June 11, 1999, in Geneva.

He was an active member of congregational churches in Kenosha and Glen Ellyn for many years, and a longtime member of the NRA. Roger was also active for many years volunteering his time for the Boy Scouts of America.

Roger was a people person; he loved to get to know anyone who liked to share a story. Roger was a true outdoorsman. One of his favorite pastimes was bird watching. He was an avid hunter and fisherman, focusing his sights mainly on pheasants. Roger and June liked to go for walks where they could see all of the animals that were out and about. He loved nature and all that it provided.

Roger and June weren’t able to travel as much as they would have liked, but they did take a couple of very nice trips to Busch Gardens in Florida, as well as a big trip to Honolulu.

Roger’s family was the most important thing to him; he especially adored his grandchildren. He is gone from this Earth, but will never be forgotten.

Roger is survived by his wife of 15 years, June; his sons, John (Sylvia) and Matthew (Patricia); two grandchildren, Carolyn and John Jr.; three step-children; six step-grandchildren; and a countyside of friends.

Roger is preceded in death by his parents, Clarence Bartlett and Myrtle Prange; brother, Richard Bartlett; and sister, Beverly Szantor.

A visitation will take place on Friday, Dec. 12, from 3 to 5 p.m., with a memorial service to follow at 5 p.m., at Conley Funeral Home, 116 W. Pierce St., Elburn. The service will be officiated by Reverend Bennett McNeal of the Community Congregational Church of Elburn.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established in Roger’s name to benefit The Salvation Army. Checks may be made to the “Salvation Army and mailed in care of P.O. Box 66, Elburn, 60119. Tributes may also be forwarded to the same address or on the web at www.conleycare.com.

James Ross

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James Ross, 56, of Elburn, originally of Chicago, passed away peacefully in the arms of his loving wife, Annie, on Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2014.

James is survived by his loving wife, Ann Ross; his beloved siblings, Lynn Esposito, Lois (John) Cummuta, Judy (Tom) Fox, John (Aimy), Rick (Gisha) Ross and Lisa (Bob) Rivas; and his mother, Dolores.

James is preceded in death by his father, George Ross; and his father- and mother-in-law, Joseph and Lillian Kocanda.

A visitation will take place Sunday, Dec. 14, 3 to 7 p.m. at Conley Funeral Home, 116 W. Pierce St., Elburn. Private cremation will follow at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established in James’s name. Checks may be made to the “James Ross Memorial” and mailed in care of P.O. Box 66, Elburn, 60119. Tributes may also be forwarded to the same address or on the web at www.conleycare.com.

Dale Robert Cutshaw

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Dale Robert Cutshaw, 52, of Dixon, Ill., passed away suddenly on Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014.

He was born on April 7, 1962, in Sycamore to Worley & Cleo Novella (Murray) Cutshaw.

He is survived by his siblings, Dawn Cutshaw of Batavia, Dennis (Julie) Cutshaw of Sycamore and Diane McQuilkin of Elburn, and also numerous nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

He graduated from Kaneland High School in Maple Park, and had been employed by the Dixon Walmart in Inventory Control.

A memorial visitation will take place from 10:30 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 12, at the Salem Lutheran Church in Sycamore. Memorial service will take place at 11 a.m. at the church.

Interment will be held at Gardner Cemetery in Maple Park.

The Chapel Hill Funeral Home in Dixon is in charge of the arrangements. Online condolences may be left for the family at www.chapelhilldixon.com.

Tom Spalding

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Tom Spalding, 72, of Huntley, Ill., formerly of Elburn, passed away while surrounded by the love and prayers of his family on Nov. 30, 2014, after a long, courageous battle with cancer.

He was born Nov. 8, 1942, in Decatur, Ill., the son of Walter Thomas Sr. and Grace Eleanor (Hilvity) Spalding.

Tom grew up in Moweaqua, Ill., and attended local schools. After graduating from Moweaqua High School in 1960, Tom attended Illinois State Teaching College. Later, he would receive a master’s degree in math and science from I.I.T. in 1968.

Tom became a teacher at Mooseheart, teaching alongside his own high school football coach. In 1965, he began teaching at Kaneland High School, where his students learned to study and Tom learned how to fall in love. Georgia Proctor, who worked in the office, found in Tom a person she could love for a lifetime, although Tom always said that he got her to say yes before Georgia could change her mind.

They were united in marriage on June 12, 1966, in Elburn. The next 44 years were filled with laughter, love and a growing family before continuing that tradition when they moved to Huntley in 2012.

Tom left his teaching position at Kaneland to obtain a master’s degree, later finding work at IBM. After 25 years, Tom left as a senior systems engineer to work at Great Lakes Aqua Store in St. Charles.

Tom was proud lifetime member of the The Boy Scouts of America. He rose through the ranks, eventually teaching and leading both Batavia and Elburn Troops for 25 years.

Tom was a bicycle enthusiast who also loved to travel. Whether it was backpacking, biking, driving or flying, every destination was an adventure, but his favorite were his trips to the Northwest, where the mountains called his name. In later years, Tom and Georgia brought along the grandchildren to share in Mother Nature’s wonder.

He loved his family dearly, but his three granddaughters, and most recently a great-granddaughter, had him wrapped around their little fingers. There was nothing that Tom wouldn’t do for his “girls.”

He is survived by his loving wife of 48 years, Georgia; two children, Stephanie (Jeffrey) Miller and Joel (Cindy) Spalding; three granddaughters, Gabby Miller, Icy Miller, and Nicole (Dave) Winston and their daughter Lola; three siblings, Stephan (Carol) Spalding, Suzy (Jerry) Collins and Linda (Ed) Shaw; brother-in-law, Dave and Karen Proctor; sister-in-law, Denise Hamblen;
many nieces, nephews and a family of friends.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Walter Sr. and Grace Spalding.

Visitation will take place from 1 to 4 p.m., with a funeral service to follow, on Saturday, Dec. 13, at Conley Funeral Home, 116 W. Pierce St., Elburn. Private family burial will follow cremation at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be sent in Tom’s name to a charity of your choice. Tributes may be forwarded to www.conleycare.com.

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