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Obituaries

  1. Savannah M. Dunlap

    January 27, 2015

    Savannah Mae Dunlap was brought into the world on March 9, 1920 to William Kirks and Millie McClavin in St Claire County, Georgia. She lived a modestly exuberant life of 94 years in which Jesus Christ and family were the cornerstone. She was the second eldest of five siblings.  During her life, she experienced many historic events including: The Great Depression, World War II, Atomic Bombs in Japan, visits to the moon, The Civil Rights Movement, creation of the Internet, the first African-American President and countless other monumental events of over the course of nine decades.

    Savannah was always passionate ...
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  2. Greg Lovejoy

    January 21, 2015

    Greg M. Lovejoy, 58, died peacefully on Wednesday, January 21st, after a long battle with cancer. He was born June 19th, 1956 in Elgin, IL, the son of William and Phyllis Lovejoy. He Lived in Pingree Grove until 1962 and then lived the rest of his life in South Elgin and Elgin. He worked at Tuckers Grocery, Grayline Housewares, and Cole Dynamics before working in Elgin as a mailman from February of 1978 until July of 2011. Greg loved: Astronomy, Farmall tractors, Fishing, Hunting, and Bluegrass music.  Survivors include: his father, William W. Lovejoy of S. Elgin; two sisters, ...
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  3. Manuel Martinez-Medina

    January 4, 2015

    Manuel Martinez-Medina, 71 of Elgin died January 4, 2015 in Barrington.  The son of Manuel and Maria (Medina) Martinez he was born November 29, 1943 in Cupareo, GTO, Mexico.

    Manuel was hard working and he worked as a forklift operator for Armour / Eckrich, St. Charles for the past 20 years.  He loved his family, and had a wonderful sense of humor.  He was very generous and took care of his family.

    He was preceded by his parents; one brother, Leopoldo.

    Manuel is survived by five children, Stacey of FL., Melissa of Rock Island, Carmen (Chris) Schram of Moline, Samaria (Ryan) Cate ...
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