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Postby cdillon » Wed May 25, 2022 6:18 pm

Lawrence "Larry" H. Daniels, of Galena, IL and formerly Chicago passed away April 17, 2022. In keeping with his wishes, there will be no public services. Burial of his cremated remains will take place in Abraham Lincoln Military Cemetery, Joliet, IL. The Furlong Funeral Chapel, Galena is assisting the family. Larry served his country as a Marine during the Vietnam conflict. He retired from the Chicago Fire Department in 2003, with the rank of Captain. He leaves behind to cherish his memory and celebrate his life, his wife, Annette Murray, two stepchildren, Jenna Murray, and Sean (Silvana) Murray, one grandson, Michael, and a brother, Rich (Marilyn) Daniels. Those who knew and loved him will understand his wish to forego the funeral service. Instead, whenever you hear the rumble of a motorcycle, take a moment to think of him in better days. Online condolences may be left for the family at www.furlongfuneralchapel.com.



Jeremiah “Jerry” Lynch, Sr., age 74, at rest May 23, 2022; Loving father of Michael (Christine), Brian (Natalie), Jeremiah (Danielle), Patrick (Tiffany), Kevin (Colleen) and Thomas Lynch; Cherished grandpa of Megan, Michael, Devin, Ethan, Makenna, Joseph, Decland, Kerrigan, Emerson, Eamon, Niko, Gino (CPD), Colin, Brooklyn, Skylar, Thomas, Neala and great grandpa to Peyton, Jordyn and Madden; Dear son of the late Michael and Marie Lynch; Loving brother Daniel (Maureen) Lynch, the late Patricia (late John) Lanigan, the late Marie (late Paul) Heraty and the late Michael Lynch; Fond uncle of many nieces and nephews; Jerry loved his family and his faith dearly. Visitation Friday, 3:00 to 9:00 p.m.; Funeral Saturday, 9:15 a.m. from Curley Funeral Home, 6116 W. 111th Street, Chicago Ridge to St. Francis of Assisi Church, 15050 Wolf Rd, Orland Park; Mass 10:30 a.m.; Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations would be appreciated to Friends of Uncle Mike, www.foum.org. Funeral info,708-422-2700, or www.curleyfuneralhome.com.



Bernard A. Rubicz, 94, of Lake Summerset, IL died Thursday May 19, 2022. He leaves to mourn his death his 6 loving children, 15 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren. Barney retired as the Fire Chief from Bellwood, IL, after 45 years of serving with the fire department. He was an active VFW member in Bellwood. A Funeral Mass will be held 10:30 a.m., Saturday, May 28, 2022, in St. Mary Catholic Church, 606 W. Main St., Durand, IL. Cremation Rites to be Accorded with final resting place to be in Queen of Heaven Cemetery in Hillside, IL. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105 and Rockford Rescue Mission, P.O. Box 7489, Carol Stream, IL 60197-7489. To view additional details about Bernard's Services, including any available live streams: https://my.gather.app/remember/bernard-rubicz.

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William “Bill” Ruck of Chicago, Illinois born July 10, 1964 passed away in Buckeye, Arizona on May 13, 2022. He was an amazing and caring husband to Sue, doting dog dad to Gretchen, Daisy, Foxy, and Ruger, loving son of Ken and Donna, and loyal and dependable friend to many. Bill was a lifelong Cubs fan and finally saw them win the World Series. Not only was Bill considered a beer connoisseur, he was a master on the grill. Bill grew up on the northside of Chicago, attended Lane Technical High School, and worked at Walgreens as an assistant manager before becoming a Chicago Police Officer. Bill began his law enforcement career in 1986. He received the Superintendent’s Award of Valor and numerous police awards for his service. After 29 years of service to CPD, he retired as a detective in gang investigations. Bill and Sue built their new home in Buckeye Verrado in 2017, where he enjoyed golfing, walking to the recreation center to work out, hiking on the many trails near his home by the White Tank Mountains, and traveling to the many beautiful cities throughout Arizona. Bill and Sue traveled to many different countries and he was a proud member of the German American Police Association (GAPA) from the beginning of his law enforcement career until his passing. Bill recently started a new hobby: biking on his electric bike. He also volunteered for the Buckeye Police Department as a Lieutenant. Bill will be missed tremendously by Sue, Ruger, his family, and his many friends made throughout his career, youth, and in Arizona. Bill is survived by his wife, Susan “Sue” Ruck; and his parents, Kenneth and Donna Ruck. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to: Holy Family St. Michael’s House.
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SPECIAL EVENT! 31 May 2022.

The Graduation Ceremony for Recruit Class 21-5 (hire date 25 Oct 21) as well as the Promotion Ceremony for recently promoted Command Staff, Sergeants and Lieutenants (promotion date 13 Dec 21) will be held in the Aon Grand Ballroom at Navy Pier, 600 East Grand Avenue, on Tuesday, 31 May 2022 at 0930 hours. Please reference AMC message #218575 regarding Personal Appearance at Department sponsored public ceremonial events. The uniform of the day will be the Class A dress uniform (Wool round crown hat without band, wool blouse, long sleeve shirt, necktie, tie bar, wool pants, and shined black dress shoes). All members participating in the ceremony are to report at 0600. All participants MUST notify their unit of assignment and the Training and Support Group of their intention to attend. Notification to the Training and Support Group can be made at Academy@chicagopolice.org or at 312-746-8315.

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MEETING NOTICE 31 May 2022

The Hellenic American Police Association (HAPA) is a not-for[1]profit police ethnic association, recognized by the CPD as a police ethnic association. The HAPA was founded by Elias Voulgaris (Chicago PD) to represent law enforcement officers of Hellenic heritage, including Greek Cypriots. The goal of the HAPA is to gather all who are of Hellenic heritage in order to maintain our proud careers, rich and proud heritage, culture, traditions, and Greek Cypriot upbringing, as well as our Greek Orthodox faith, while celebrating each other’s fellowship. We are one of four such associations; the others being the St. Paul’s Society of the NYPD, the Metropolitan Police Service Greek & Cypriot Association (MPS GCA) of London’s Metropolitan Police Service, and the Hellenic Police Association of the Victoria, Australia Police with whom we maintain brotherly ties. All law enforcement officers, active or retired from any law enforcement agency or department are invited and welcome to join the Hellenic American Police Association. General Membership Meetings are held the last Tuesday of every month at 1930 hrs. at the St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 2701 N. Sheffield Ave. For further information, contact Cmdr. Elias Voulgaris (Retired) at (312) 480-8612 or voulgariselias@gmail. com. In addition, our Chaplain, Fr. Chrysanthos “Chris” Kerkeres of the St. George Greek Orthodox Church is also a volunteer CPD Chaplain ministering to the spiritual needs of members who are of Greek or Eastern Orthodox faith. He can be reached at (708) 243-4559.
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