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Phil Haskett

Postby cdillon » Sun May 22, 2022 7:24 am

Robert Todd "Bob" Newby, 92, recently of South Elgin, passed away on May 14th, surrounded by his loving family. He was born Sept. 17, 1929, in Elgin, IL, to Robert Harold and Margaret (nee Todd) Newby. Bob joined the US Navy and served honorably before being discharged in 1953. His unit was the precursor to the Navy Seals of today. He married in 1952 and fathered 4 children. He remarried in 1974 and became a blended family of 6 children. Bob earned a degree in Fire Sciences and joined the Elgin Fire Dept. in 1963, where he reached the rank of Deputy Chief before retiring in 1988. He also owned Newby's Custom Siding in Elgin. After retirement, he moved to Arkansas and started a second life, opening a new business, Newby's Builders, building many beautiful homes. He enjoyed lots of leisure activities, including golfing, fishing, and being part of a woodworkers club where they built toys for underprivileged children. Bob was a hardworking and caring man. He was a committed Christian and helped establish the Balboa Baptist Church in Hot Springs Village, AR. Bob was preceded in death by his parents; sister and brother-in-law, Janice and Don Sunderlage; and nephew, Steven Sunderlage. He is survived by his wife, Sandra Ellen Newby (nee Hale); children, Robert L. (Ada) Newby, Cynthia (Reynolds) Dickinson, Candace (Jimmy) Buie, Ronald Newby, Derek (Jodi) Swanson, and Kurt (Aimee) Swanson; grandchildren, Jennifer (Jeremy) Marshall, Robert (Amy) Newby, Michael Newby, Ashley (Matthew) Reed, Julia Buie, Jericca Newby, Devyn Sorrell, Quincy Swanson, Luke Swanson, Abigail Swanson, and Kaitlyn Swanson; 13 great-grandchildren; brother-in-law, James S. (Lois) Hale; and three nieces and their families. Visitation will be 4pm until funeral service with military honors at 7pm, Tuesday, May 24th at Symonds-Madison Funeral Home, 305 Park St., Elgin. Pr. Jim Hale will be officiating. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Bob's name to the Alzheimer's Association. Final arrangements entrusted to Symonds-Madison Funeral Home. For more information, call 847-741-1128 or visit www.symondsmadison.com.



It's with a heavy heart we announce the passing of our brother, Timothy P. Ryan. Born in Chicago to Rita and Jack Ryan. Fond brother of John (Marsha), Terrance (Jan) and sister Mary Rita. Uncle and great uncle to many nieces and Nephews, and also survived by many loving cousins. We would be remiss if we failed to mention the bevy of friends that have become more like family throughout Tim's lifetime. Retired Honolulu Police Officer, veteran of U.S. Army's 25th Infantry (Tropic Lightning), volunteer for Whitewater Lakes Lions Club and friend to all animals. Said to have a heart of a lion, that heart suddenly stopped Feb. 12th 2022. He will be missed. The Wisconsin celebration of life will be held June 11th 11 to 4 at the Whitewater Lake Lion's Club. Please bring along photos to share and memories to tell. As per Tim's wishes, a mass of Christian burial will be held at St. Augustine by-the-sea in Honolulu, Hawaii on October 14th followed by inurnment at National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl). In lieu of flowers, Tim's favorite charity was Father Flanagan's Boys Town in Nebraska: 402-498-3025. Thank you all for your support during this sad occasion.

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From the Fraternal Order of Police Chicago Lodge #7



Michael Mette First Vice President
Fraternal Order of Police Chicago Lodge #7

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From the CPD Daily bulletin 20 May 2022.

OFFICER WELLNESS!

The Chicago Police Department Professional Counseling Division/ EAP will be opening South side offices at 900 E. 103rd Street on 02 June, 2022 in addition to our current location at 1759 W Adams. The office will be staffed by our licensed clinicians, sworn drug and alcohol counselors, peer support, and chaplains. Office hours are M- F 9 to 5. As always, we are available to respond to emergencies/crises 24/7. This is one big step in making officer wellness more easily accessible for our Department members and families. For questions please give us a call 312-743-0378. Be well!

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From the CPD Daily bulletin 21 May 2022.

ALWAYS REMEMBERED!

Arthur M. Swanson. . . . . .. . . 1936
John W. Mathews. . . . . . . . . . 1988

DEATH NOTICE!

Passed away 18 May 2022 Retired Captain Robert E. Quaid, formerly assigned to 023 District.

Retirement Cake & Coffee Celebrations!

Civilian Maria Gonzalez, 31 May 2022 • 1100 hrs. Area Three-Detective Division.

Police Tech. Tony Green 09 June 2022 • 1200 hrs. Homan Square-Tech Lab Conference
Room -2nd Floor.

AND...reminder...

EAP MEETING!

Officer Department members and their families who are caregivers for someone with a disability are invited to join us for a Zoom Meeting on Tuesday 07 Jun 2022, 1700 hours. Topics covered will include but are not limited to concern about finding care for your family member while working, including information on the Family Medical Leave Act. This is a safe place where you can talk to peers about current challenges, as well as resources and support options to provide to one another. For further information please contact the Professional Counseling Division at 312-743-0378 and/or retired Peer Support Member Commander Patricia Casey at email Patty018@aol.com. Refer to AMC 280038 for link info.

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From the CPD Daily bulletin 22 May 2022.

ALWAYS REMEMBERED!

Michael Shaughnessy . . . . . . 1904
Joseph J. Sullivan . . . . . . . . . 1929
George Neil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1930

Thank You First Responders!

No words seem adequate to express the admiration and gratitude for the brave men and women who run towards danger to selflessly save others...Thoughts and prayers are with each of you!

Let’s continue to take care of one another because...
We Are All In This Together!
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