INFORMATION FROM PHIL HASKETT (RET)

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INFORMATION FROM PHIL HASKETT (RET)

Postby cdillon » Sat Feb 04, 2023 10:12 am

Jane E. Messina (Nee Kaercher), beloved wife of the late Vito Messina Retired CPD; loving mother of Jeffrey Retired CPD (Janice) Messina and the late Elizabeth Hengels /(Vahl); loving sister to the late Patricia Lucchesi; Cherished grandmother of Mary (Jason), Angela (Steve), Jeffrey, Jr. Cook County Sheriff, Erik (Katelyn), Dana (Joe), Camren, and cherished great gram of Sam, Tyler, Isabella, Allison, Christopher, Nico, Madison, Amelia, Maisie, and Evan; dear aunt to many nieces and nephews; Visitation on Sunday, February 5, 2023 at Salerno Rosedale Chapels,450 W. Lake Street, Roselle, IL 60172, Sciaraffa Funeral Directors, P.C., from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Funeral Monday at St. Joseph Church, 4801 Main Street, Downers Grove, IL 60515. Family and friends are to meet directly at church Monday morning for a memorial mass at 10:00 am.



Jordan Edward McDermott (60) of Chicago, IL passed away on January 31, 2023. He was born January 10, 1963 at Little Company of Mary Hospital on the South Side of Chicago to Nancy Phee and Daniel McDermott. Jordan dedicated his life to his family and serving his beloved city. He is survived by his wife Lydia (née Rosales), daughters Megan (Charles), Allison, and Caitlin, son Jordan Jr., and pup Hamilton. He began this journey of service as an ICU nurse at St. Mary's and Holy Family Hospital, serving his community for over 30 years. Following in his father's footsteps, he joined the Chicago Fire Department as both a firefighter and paramedic in 2001. Not only did he work tirelessly to keep others safe and cared for, he demonstrated deep pride and love for the brotherhood of the CFD. Jordan’s love for his extended family grew from his dedication and fierce love for his immediate family. His children were his pride and joy. He worked tirelessly to ensure that each of his kids knew they were loved, supported, and accepted, all in effortless fashion. He was a constant fixture at Brownie meetings, soccer games, regattas, water polo games, and theater productions. He was so proud of the adults that his children have grown into. Jordan was also over the moon about becoming a grandpa, selecting the name "Papa", a perfect role for someone so warm, silly, helpful, and kind. Jordan distinguished himself in this role early on: he adored spending quality time with nephews, nieces, grandnephews, and grandnieces. Also a beloved brother and son, he fostered and maintained deep relationships with his siblings and mother. Whether it was spending time together on holidays or stopping by for a grocery store trip or a simple visit, Jordan understood the value of family. Jordan loved being outside; it was truly his zen. He enjoyed hiking, golfing, landscaping, gardening, and cutting the grass. A natural green thumb, Jordan worked to curate each space he lived in, taking care of the land in meticulous fashion and naturally beautifying the area to better serve all of its inhabitants. His most recent project was in Castle Rock, WI where he worked alongside his son to rehabilitate a home from its foundation and cultivate 8 acres of land. He hoped to plant 100 red maple saplings in the spring for future generations to enjoy. A friend and father to all, Jordan wrote on the hearts of all those he knew. His caring heart, easy humor, and zest for life will live on in those that remember him. Visitation will be held on Sunday, Feb. 5 and Monday, Feb. 6 from 3 PM - 8 PM at Smith-Corcoran Funeral Home , 6150 N. Cicero Ave, Chicago, IL 60646. To view the visitation: https://zoom.us/j/93125915681?pwd=d25JT ... pNdWE1QT09 Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 7 at 10 AM at Queen of All Saints Basilica at 6280 N. Sauganash Ave, Chicago, IL 60646. Mass will be followed by a processional to Maryhill Catholic Cemetery at 8600 N. Milwaukee Ave, Niles, IL 60714. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Jordan’s memory to: Gift of Hope, www.giftofhope.org/give/ and The Arbor Day Foundation.

Coleman "Sonny" M McDonough Jr, Veteran of the US Army; retired Chicago Police Officer; beloved husband of Gloria; loving father of Kevin (Lauren); devoted grandfather of Owen, Kathryn, and Evelyn; fond brother of Nora DeVito; uncle of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Thursday 10:00 am from Grein Funeral Directors 2114 W Irving Park Rd to St. Benedict Church, 10:30 am Mass. Interment Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Visitation Wednesday 2 to 8 pm. 773-588-6336 or greinfuneraldirectors.com. To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of Coleman "Sonny" M McDonough, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store. https://www.greinfuneraldirectors.com/o ... k-obitText.

From the CPD Daily bulletin 04 February 2023.

Always Remembered!

John Huebner. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1882

Richard F. Gipson. . . .. . . . . . 1981

AND...

Forwarded from retired CPD John DeBartolo:

Breakfast every Thursday at 10 AM. Stonewalls Restaurant 551 Collier Blvd. Marco Island, Florida. Open to all retired Chicago Police Officers in Southwest Florida. For more information contact:

John DeBartolo jonde14007@gmail.com

AND...

Some important medical advice attached for all, especially us OLDER folks!
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