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Phil Haskett

Postby cdillon » Fri Apr 08, 2022 10:03 am

James T. “Jim” Clarke, Age 88, Ret. Sgt. C.P.D., Born into Eternal Life on April 6, 2022. Beloved husband of Maryirene (nee Duffy) for 63 years. Loving father of Jim (Sherry), the late Margaret Irene (the late John) Rooney, John (Catherine), Maura (Mark) Saas, and the late infant William Clarke. Proud grandfather of Anna (Matt) O’Donnell, Jay, Bill (Megan), and Jaclyn Clarke; Ned, Jack (Caroline), and Dan Rooney; Sean, Sarah, and Patrick Clarke; Will, TJ, Catherine, and Elizabeth Saas. Adoring great-grandfather of Margaret James O’Donnell. Beloved son of the late John and Margaret Clarke. Dear brother of the late Jack (the late Eileen), and the late Bill Clarke. Devoted brother-in-law of the late Marjorie (Charlie) Faupel. Fond uncle of many nieces and nephews. Alumnus of St. Sabina Grammar School and St. Rita H.S. (1951). Proud U.S. Army Veteran. Jim honorably served for over 32 years with the Chicago Police Department. Longtime Precinct Captain for the 19th Ward. Longtime faithful parishioner of Christ the King Parish. Jim was an avid swimmer and enjoyed playing tennis at the Beverly Hills Tennis Club. Family and friends will meet at Christ the King Church, 9235 S. Hamilton Ave., Chicago, IL 60643 on Saturday, April 9, 2022, for visitation 10:00am-12 Noon. Mass of Christian Burial Saturday at 12:00 Noon. Entombment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, Memorials to the Christ the King School Foundation are most appreciated. Funeral Info: 708-636-5500. Obituary | James T. "Jim" Clarke | Heeney-Laughlin Funeral Directors (

Daniel J. Kawa, Retired Lt. BPPD, Army Veteran, age 77 of Homer Glen, beloved husband of Dolores (nee Wojciechowski) for 51 years. Loving father of Dan Jr., David (Stacy), Derrick (Jessica), Douglas (Moira) and the late Dennis Kawa. Devoted grandfather of Luke, Maxwell, Savannah, Rose “Rosalita”, Ania and Liliana. Cherished son of the late Edward and Estelle. Dearest brother and brother-in-law, also nieces and nephews. Funeral Friday 9am from RICHARD J MODELL FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICES, 12641 W. 143rd Street, Homer Glen to St. Joseph Church, Lockport, Mass 10am. Interment Good Shepherd Cemetery.Visitation Thursday 3pm to 8pm. Member of F.O.P. In lieu of flowers donations to Northwestern/Palos Cancer Unit ( in memory of Daniel are most appreciated. 708-301-3595 or

Angelina J. Valenti (nee Vitrano) Age 91. Beloved wife of the late Ernest Valenti & late Joseph Spivak. Loving mother of Anthony (Mary Kay) Valenti, Ret. CPD , Frieda (Bryon) Walters & Gina (late Rudy) Gamez. Wonderful grandmother of Patrick (Colleen) Valenti, CFD , Colleen (Jim CPD) Loughney, Salvatore Dinolfo Jr., CFD, Ernest (Loren) Dinolfo, USAF, Jennifer (Pete CPD) Amelio, Leslie (Jason) Page, Ruben (Erin) Gamez & Jason Gamez. Adoring nana of Sean, Maeve, Liam, Carly, Lexi, Anthony, Luke, Jake, Olivia, Ben, Amelia, Callen, Bradley, Matthew, Julian & Natalie. Devoted daughter of the late: Gaitano & Egnazia (nee Lovetro) Vitrano. Dear sister of the late: Russell, Anthony, Lena, Joseph, Carmello & Elizabeth. Kind aunt of many. Visitation Sunday, April 10th from 2:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Chapel prayers Monday, April 11th, 9:30 a.m. at the KERRY FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CARE CENTER, 7020 W. 127th Street, Palos Heights proceeding to Saint Albert the Great Church, Burbank, Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment will be private.

From the CPD Daily bulletin Thursday 05 April 2022.

The Peer Support Program has been in existence since April 2000 and is part of the Professional Counseling Division (PCD) /Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Peer support members are mostly sworn members of the Chicago Police Department who volunteer their time and support when a Department member (sworn or civilian) or their immediate family member is in need of assistance. The primary objective of the Peer Support Program is stress reduction for department members in the form of immediate emotional first-aid and support. Peer support members assist Department members as they work through the impact of critical incidents by supporting, actively listening and providing resources. Assistance may include, but is not limited to, the death of a family member, friend or peer; as well as relationship, marriage, children and work-related difficulties. All communications between Department members, their families and peer support member are kept in the strictest confidence and protected under Illinois Public Act 100-0911. An updated list of peer support members has been posted on the EAP website, Peer Support tab, which is located on The Wire homepage. These trained Peer Support members are available and willing to be there for you, in your time of need. You are also encouraged to reach out to a Peer Support member on behalf of your fellow co-worker, who may be experiencing difficulty coping. For further information or assistance, feel free to reach out to the Peer Support Program Manager, PO Beata “Bea” Staszewski or the On-call Peer Team Leader at 312-672-9973. You may also contact the EAP office at 312-743-0378. “One simple phone call can
make the difference in the life of an individual in crisis.

From the CPD Daily bulletin Wednesday 06 April 2022.


The St. Jude Memorial March will be held on Sunday, May 1st at 0700 hours. This year marks the 90th anniversary of a proud tradition, where we pay respect to the heroes who have made the ultimate sacrifice. To provide the reverence and decorum that this event deserves, note the following points: Strict uniform compliance is expected. Commanding Officers will ensure they have a unit guidon and conduct uniform inspection prior to step-off. Members who must march with small children will fall in at the back of their respective parade unit. Pets will not be allowed to march in the parade. When approaching the reviewing stand, the command “EYES FORWARD” will be given. ALL UNIT MEMBERS will continue to look forward. Only the Commanding Officer leading the parade unit will render a salute. The order “EYES LEFT” will NOT be given. Step off will be at 0800 hours. A Department IAP and streaming video will be released, providing additional details for the day.


EAP Hours of Operation and After-Hours Service Normal office hours for the Professional Counseling Division/ Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is Mon-Fri, 0900-1700 hours. This is inclusive of after-hours appointments. The EAP staff can be reached at 312-743-0378 or Pax 0578. After normal office hours, a contracted answering service will receive all calls coming into the EAP office from their bell number only. The answering service is not accessible from dialing EAP’s pax number. If you need an EAP staff member to call you back right away, instead of waiting for a return call the next business day during normal office hours, ensure you indicate your preference to the call taker. An on-call EAP clinician, Alcohol & Substance Abuse counselor and Peer Support member is always available 24/7. The answering service will notify the respective on-call EAP personnel of your request for a call back. If you are unable to reach the answering service or you have not received a return phone call in a timely manner from an on-call EAP personnel, department members are encouraged to contact CPIC at (312) 745-6300 or Pax 0100. CPIC will then contact the on-call EAP personnel directly. Additional Resources: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Crisis.

From the CPD Daily bulletin Thursday 07 April 2022.


Passed away 30 March 2022 Retired Civilian Barbara Jean Anderson, formerly assigned to Medical Section.


The Professional Counseling Division/EAP is offering a support group for Veterans. This support group provides support, education, resources and the processing of both professional and personal issues. For information call EAP at 312-743-0378, or e-mail

Retirement Cake & Coffee Celebration.

Detective. Dan Ortman
11 April 2022 • 1100 hrs.
Area 3 Detectives-2nd floor.

From the CPD Daily bulletin Thursday 8 April 2022.

Retirement Cake & Coffee Celebrations.

P.O. Annette Bay
14 April 2022 • 1330 hrs.
025th District-Community Room.

Det. Ron Jasica
14 April 2022 • 1200 hrs.
3900 S. California-3rd Floor.


The Professional Counseling Division EAP has a Support Group for Spouses and Significant others of sworn department members. The group is run by licensed EAP Clinicians, Ben Stover and Beckie Fischer. This group will provide a safe and confidential place to discuss family and relationships. Space is limited contact Beckie or Ben at 312-743-0378 for meeting times.
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