Alma Mae Harp
Alma Mae Harp, age 96 of Carlyle, died on Monday, July 08, 2013, at Carlyle Healthcare Center in Carlyle, Illinois.
Mrs. Harp was born on August 13, 1916, in East Fork Township, Clinton County, Illinois, a daughter of Claude and Emma (Curdt) Sanders. She married Elza Harp on April 5, 1942, in Mt. Vernon, Illinois, and he preceded her in death on October 16, 1972.
Mrs. Harp had no children, but considered as family her children Bob and Elaine Fruend; grandchildren – Debbie Fruend, Kelly Price and husband Bernard and Heather Athmer and husband Scott and great grandchildren – Benjamin, Kortney and Braden Price and Abby Jo and “Joshy” Athmer, as well as numerous cousins. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by Elaine Fruend.
Mrs. Harp was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Carlyle where she was very active with the church, the church kitchen and Sunday School. She had worked at many retail merchants in the area; as manager of Sterling Store from 1965-1975, then as retail clerk at Krebs Store from 1975 until it closed.
A funeral service will be held at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, July 10, 2013, at the First United Methodist Church in Carlyle with Pastor Keith Michaels, officiating. Interment will follow at Pritchett Cemetery near Boulder. Visitation will be held at Zieren Day Funeral Home on Tuesday, July 9, 2013, from 4:00-8:00 P.M. and on Wednesday at First United Methodist Church from 9:00 – service time.
The family suggest memorial donations in her honor be made to the First United Methodist Church or to T.A.S.K. and they will be received at Zieren Day Funeral Home.
Donna J Oglesby
Donna J. Oglesby, age 57 of Greenville, passed away 10:05 p.m. Sunday, July 7, 2013 in Greenville Regional Hospital.
Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Thursday, July 11, at the Donnell - Wiegand Funeral Home in Greenville. Interment will follow in Mt. Auburn Cemetery. Visitation will be held 4-8 p.m. Wednesday at the Donnell-Wiegand Funeral Home in Greenville. For those who desire, memorials may be made to Bond County Home Health or the First Christian Church.
Donna, the daughter of Earl Eugene and Flo (Smith) Jarvis, was born October 7, 1955 in St. Louis County, St. Louis, Missouri. Donna moved to Greenville with her family at the age of 8 years old. She attended Central School and graduated from Greenville High School with the class of 1973. Donna worked as a waitress at the Busy Bee Cafe. For the past 33 years, she worked at DeMoulin Brothers in Greenville.
On September 21, 1974 Donna was united in marriage to Ira S. Oglesby Jr. They have enjoyed 38 years of marriage. Also surviving are her sons; Bradley I. (Jamie) Oglesby of Mulberry Grove and Matthew E. Oglesby of Pocahontas, grandchildren Kelsey and Brady Oglesby, and her mother Flo Jarvis.
She was a member of the First Christian Church and the Internation Brotherhood of United Garment Workers Union at DeMoulin Brothers in Greenville.
Dolores A. Maue
Dolores A. Maue 74 of Trenton died Sunday July 7, 2013 at her residence. Funeral Mass of Christian burial will be Wednesday July 10, 2013 at 2:00 PM at St. Mary Catholic Church in Trenton with Fr. Joseph Rascher officiating. Interment St. Mary Cemetery.
Visitation will be Wednesday July 10, 2013 from 10:00 am to time of Service at St. Mary Church in Trenton. Memorials can be made to Autism Research and will be received through Moss Funeral Home, Trenton who is handling the arrangements.
She was born December 12, 1938 in St. Rose to Frank and Regina (Buscher) Wesselmann: they preceded her in death.
She married Aloys “Butch” Maue February 27, 1957 at St. Rose Church and he preceded her in death June 26, 1998.
Also preceded in death by brother Francis “Fritz” Wesselmann, brothers-in-law Joseph Maue, Gregory Maue, Eugene Maue, Ralph Beckmann, Vincent Huelsmann, Gene Langhauser, sisters-in-law Mary Maue, Vera Maue.
Surviving are her children Dan (friend Kelli) Maue of Trenton, Ken (Sandy) Maue of New Baden, Sharon “Shari” (Steve) Jones of Trenton.
6 grandchildren Krystal (Jason) Litteken, Angie (Fiance Kyle Timmermann) Maue, Michael (friend Liz Lundzall) Cave, Allysa Maue, Randy Carson, Samantha Jones. 5 great grandchildren Landon and Breckyn Litteken, Tylor, Lillian, Alexander Cave. Brothers Gerald (Betty) Wesselmann of Trenton, Ralph (Judy) Wesselmann of LaSalle, Charles Wesselmann of St. Rose, John (Jamie) Wesselmann of Highland, Stan Wesselmann of St. Rose. A sister Bernice Wesselmann of Carlyle.
Brothers –in-law and sisters-in-law Clare Wesselmann of Breese, Harold Maue of Damiansville, Don (Julia) Maue of Breese, Anna Langhauser of O’Fallon, Bernice Huelsmann of Trenton, Jeanette Beckmann of Germantown, Irene Maue of Breese, Mary Ann Maue of Breese. Dolores was a homemaker, she loved spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren, and she also enjoyed playing bingo. Member of St. Mary Church and Altar Sodality in Trenton.
Lawrence W. St. Cin
Lawrence Wilson "Sonny" St. Cin, age 82 of Gainesville, FL, died Saturday, July 06, 2013, at his residence in Gainesville, FL. Visitation will be held from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM on Friday, July 12, 2013, at Spengel-Boulanger Funeral Home in Highland, IL, and from 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM, on Saturday, July 13, 2013, at Spengel-Boulanger Funeral Home in Highland, IL.
Funeral Mass will be at 10:00 AM on Saturday, July 13, 2013, at Saint Paul Catholic Church in Highland, IL, with Father Scott A. Snider, Parochial Vicar, officiating.
Interment will be at Saint Joseph Catholic Cemetery in Highland, IL. Memorial contributions may be made to Haven Hospice - Gainesville, Florida.
He was born on Sunday, July 13, 1930, in Alton, IL, the son of Lawrence C. and Lucille (nee Frey) St. Cin.On Saturday, September 02, 1950, he married Anna Katherine St. Cin (nee Mattingly) who survives.He was a member of Saint Paul Catholic Church. He was also a member Highland Moose Lodge #2479. He was a former member of Highland JC; Knights of Columbus Council 1580; Highland Optimist Club.
Mr. St. Cin was born at Alton, IL; grew up in Brighton, IL and graduated from high school there. He had worked for Owens Illinois Glass in Alton, IL; moved to Highland, IL in 1960 to own & operate Sonny's Place. He sold the tavern, and shortly thereafter opened a Sporting Goods and Liquor store. He operated it from 1964 - 1974. He retired in 1992 after managing the Travel Store at the Union 76 Truck Stop in Troy, IL for some 16 years. Sonny enjoyed fishing and loved the St. Louis Baseball Cardinals.He was a social person and enjoyed the gatherings at the Keeven Club House west of Highland. He also enjoyed working in his yard. He was a devoted husband and father.
Wife - Anna K. St. Cin nee Mattingly, Gainesville, FL
Daughter - Dianna L. (Gary) Miner, Gainesville, FL
Grandchild - Crystal M. Miner, Gainesville, FL
Step Grandchild - Dr. Dean S. (Ki) Miner, MD, Chapel Hill, NC
Step Grandchild - Jeffrey T. (Karen) Miner, High Springs, FL
Step Great Grandchild - Anabel Miner, High Springs, FL
Step Great Grandchild - Madison Miner, Chapel Hill, NC
Step Great Grandchild - Allie Miner, Chapel Hill, NC
Brother - Allen (Carol) St. Cin, Hillsboro, IL
Sister - Esther "Sis" (Glen) Watts, Litchfield, IL
Sister - Joyce (Robert) Handling, Brighton, IL
Arrangements are being handled by Spengel-Boulanger Funeral Home in Highland, IL.
James A. Bussen
James A. Bussen, ag 63 of Glen Carbon, formerly of Chicago and Greenville, Illinois, passed away at 2:45 a.m. Saturday, July 6, 2013 with his sisters Rosemary and Patricia at his side.
Memorial funeral services will be held Saturday 11:00 a.m. at the St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Greenville with Father Ryszard Hanaczewski officiating. The family welcome friends joining them at the church.
Memorials may be made to the St. Lawrence Catholic Church or to Dignity of Chicago available at the Donnell - Wiegand Funeral Home in Greenville.
Jim is survived by his sisters Rosemary Albert of Greenville, Patricia (Keith) Smith of North Little Rock, nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews. Jim was preceded in death by his parents Ray and Billie Bussen and his sister Virginia Reelitz.
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