Malone Funeral Home
- Laura A. Crawford, 46, of Geneva, was a longtime dedicated teacher and reading specialist at Sleepy Hollow Elementary School in Sleepy Hollow. One of her passions was the children’s books she wrote. Laura was a loving and devoted daughter, sister and aunt. She will be dearly missed by her family, friends and so many students upon whose lives she left an indelible mark.
- Mark Raymond Hamilton, 49, of Geneva, former longtime resident of Batavia, was a pilot at United Airlines for 17 years based out of O'Hare Airport. A Celebration of Life service will be held on Tuesday, October 1 starting at 6 p.m. at Willow Creek Church DuPage campus at Wheaton Academy in the Atrium of the Main Academic Building located at 900 Prince Crossing Road, West Chicago.
Yurs Funeral Homes
- Edith M (Betty) (Read) Wilson, 91, loved to go dancing at Long’s Barn and the Blue Moon. She attended Elgin Beauty College and owned her own beauty shop in their home for many years. She was a member of the Baker Memorial Church in St. Charles and was active in the Young Mother’s Club and numerous school activities involving her children. She worked at the Way Side Cross Mission in Aurora as supervisor of the women’s division and was a long time resident of Heritage Woods in Batavia. She lived her entire life in the Fox Valley Area.
Moss Funeral Homes
- Wayne A. Gower, 98, passed away peacefully with his family at his side on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013 at his residence in St. Charles. He proudly served his country from 1941 to 1945 with the 34th Signal Company of the 1st Division of the United States Army in campaigns in Northern Africa and Italy during WWII.
- Ruth Witschonke, 91, of Batavia passed away at Park Manor in the Holmstad Retirement Community where she has been a resident for the past seven years. Ruth was always active in the community serving as church organist at Immanuel Lutheran Church for many years, doing volunteer work at Delnor-Community Hospital, volunteering with the Batavia Historical Society and many others. She was also employed by the Batavia Library for a number of years.
- Ruth Vivian Swift, 84, of Batavia was a homemaker who cared deeply for her husband and children. She is a member of the Lord of Life Church in LaFox, IL.
- Paul Brian Olmstead, 55, of Batavia was employed by Eby Brown for many years as the driver manager. He was an avid sports fan and an enthusiastic billiards player.
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