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Phil Haskett

Postby cdillon » Tue Apr 12, 2022 2:02 pm

Retired P.O. Gerry Goff #8481 formerly of the 008th District and MTU. USMC Veteran. Brother of Retired Det. Frank Goff A/3 VC and Uncle of Det. Leif Goff A/4 Homicide passed away on 07 Apr 2022 in Surprise Az. Services will be held in Az.

Renee Michelle Hughes, nee Burgoine, 59 years. Retired Cook County Deputy Sheriff. Loving daughter of the late Doreen Schubert. Devoted mother of Tabitha Schubert and Terrence Hughes II, (Cicero Fire Department). Dear stepmother of Jill (Robert) Hooten. Cherished grandmother of Ashley, Raelynn, Victoria and Michelle and great grandmother of Sylas, Chloey, Jasper and Aaliya. Fond sister Wendy Wrubel, Leslie Hughes, Roxanne (Rich) Payton, Richard (Lisa) Burgoine and the late Frank Wrubel and Michael Wrubel. Renee was the best aunt, cousin, niece and a friend of everyone. Visitation Thursday, April 14th, from 3-9 P.M. Uniformed personnel walk through at 1900 hours on Thursday. Funeral Friday, 11:00 A.M. at the Becvar & Son Funeral Home, 5539 West 127th Street, Crestwood. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Alsip. (708) 824-9000 or www.becvarfuneralhome.com.



Barbara A. Levigne nee Guarnieri, age 84 years. Resident of Palos Park, IL passed away suddenly at her residence.beloved wife of Joseph V. Levigne; loving mother of Joseph V. (Theresa) Levigne Jr., William C.P.D.( Kathleen) Levigne, Michael (Lynn) Levigne and Lori Gromala; cherished grandmother of Amanda, Jennifer, Mikaila, Michael Jr. (Stephanie), Matthew,Marcus, Chrissy, Jack and the late Anthony; dearest sister of John (Joann) Guarnieri, and the late Joseph and Bernard (Marion) Guarnieri;dear aunt of many nieces and nephews. Family and friends will gather for a Mass of Resurrection at Sacred Heart Church on Wednesday, April 13,2002, Mass 11:30 a.m. Interment Private. Barbara worked for over 30 years as a waitress at Vito and Nick's in Chicago and was an avid bowler.Obituary | Barbara A Levigne of Palos Park, Illinois | Palos-Gaidas Funeral Home & Cremation Services (palosgaidasfh.com)
This is in conjunction with yesterday's information below:
John Maxwell Stout Ret. CPD, age 74, passed away peacefully on December 14, 2021, in Ft. Myers, Fla. John was lovingly shepherded to his eternal rest by several family members who kept a vigil at his side. John was born in Chicago, Il. on December 26, 1946, to the late Edward and the late Lois (Maxwell) Stout. John was the very beloved brother of Edward (Mary Jane), Paul (Poleet), Ann, Mark (Cathy), Neal (Carolyn), David (Marcia), Lois Doree, Steven (Nancy), Vincent (Eileen), Kevin (Zofia), Phillip, Ellen Antonsen (Donald), Kenneth (Julie) and the late Martin. John was a veteran of the U.S. Army, a graduate of Southern Illinois University and Chicago State University where he earned a Master's Degree in Criminology. John was a retired member of the Chicago Police Department. John was an adored and adoring Uncle to numerous nieces and nephews. John was always so proud of each of their accomplishments and treasured time spent with them. John was a trusted, loyal and loving friend to many and was esteemed by them for his kindness, gentleness and generosity. John was a man of dignity, strength, courage, integrity with a soft heart and a gentle soul. His love, support and encouragement are the legacy of the life he lived so humbly and so well. Rest in peace, dear John. Mass and interment will be held in the Spring, 2022. Published by Chicago Tribune on Dec. 25, 2021.

The family of CPD John Stout, who recently passed away in his home in Bonita Springs has announced there will be a Memorial Mass & burial for John on May 18th, Wednesday, at St Cajetan Catholic Church, 2445 West 112th Place, Chicago, Ill. Visitation at 930am,, mass at 10am. Following there will be a reception at Fox's Pub at 9655 W. 143rd street. All of John's Florida friends are welcome. John was a long time Polygraph Examiner for CPD and later a Police Officer in the 5th District. Also a longtime resident of the Beverly neighborhood. John was a great family man raising his brothers & sisters after his own fathers death, He was a super Polygraph Examiner for the CPD and assisted in the solving of several murders. John loved the CPD so much, he took a pay cut to be a Patrolman in the 5th District, John will be missed by all who knew him. If in Chicago, please attend. Thank You!!!

AND...

Southside Retired Officers Breakfast!

This Wednesday, April 13th, at 10:00 A.M., the South side CPD retiree's will meet at Jedi's Garden restaurant, located at 9266 S Cicero Ave, Oak Lawn, 93rd and Cicero Avenue. Hope to see you there.
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