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Abram and Son Home for Funerals

6910 Windsor Avenue
Berwyn, IL 60402
(708) 788-1103
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Adolf Anthony J Undtkr

2921 Harlem Avenue
Berwyn, IL 60546
(708) 484-4111
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Affordable Family Funeral Home and Cremation Society

3117 Oak Park Avenue
Berwyn, IL 60402
(708) 788-7776
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American Heritage Cremation Society

3117 Oak Park Avenue
Berwyn, IL 60402
(708) 788-7775
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Funeral Directors Crematory

6901 Roosevelt Road
Berwyn, IL 60304
(708) 484-6900
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MT Auburn Memorial Park

4101 Oak Park Avenue
Berwyn, IL 60402
(708) 749-0022
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Howard Chasanow, judge on Maryland Court of Appeals, dies at 79 - Washington Post

Saturday, April 08, 2017

April 2 at a hospital in Baltimore. He died the day before his 80th birthday.Judge Chasanow, a resident of College Park, Md., died of spinal injuries resulting from a two-vehicle accident in Berwyn Heights, Md., on March 20, said a brother-in-law, Ken Greenberger. He was the only one hurt in the accident, Greenberger said.Judge Chasanow was appointed in 1971 to a seat on the District Court, which in Maryland hears such cases as landlord-tenant disputes, motor vehicle violations, misdemeanors and certain felonies.As a Circuit Court judge in Prince George’s County from 1977 to 1990, he presided over jury trials, serious criminal cases and major civil cases, including such family law cases as divorces and child custody disputes.He retired from the bench in 1999 after nine years on the Maryland Court of Appeals, the highest judicial panel in the state. He spent the next 15 years as a full-time mediator, helping resolve disputes ranging from estates and trusts to intellectual property to medical malpractice. He worked for many years for the dispute resolution provider JAMS, which helps keep cases from clogging the judicial system and saves the large expense of a trial.“The phrase I hate most is ‘Good mediation is when both sides walk out equally unhappy,’?” Judge Chasanow told the Daily Record of Baltimore in 2011. “A good mediation is when peo...

John Donald Mault

Monday, November 14, 2016

His caring, love, and generosity will live on forever in those who cherish his memory.In addition to his wife, Mr. Mault is survived by his three sons, Colin Mault and his wife, Cathie, of Berwyn; Brennan Mault, of Doylestown; and Kevin Mault, of Holland; six grandchildren, Quinn, Nola, Audrey, and Desmond Mault; Jesse Owens; and August Moyer; two brothers, Robert Mault and his girlfriend, Virginia “Jeanie” Craig, San Francisco, CA; and Douglas Mault and his wife, Jacqueline, of Portland, OR; and a step-daughter, Kristin Moyer, of Quakertown.His Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m., Monday, November 14, in St. Agnes Catholic Church, 445 North Main Street, Sellersville, PA 18960, where a visitation will be held from 9 a.m. until time of Mass.Interment will be private at the convenience of the family.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Mr. Mault’s name may be made to Fox Chase-Temple University Hospital Bone Marrow Transplant Program, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Office of Institutional Advancement, 333 Cottman Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111 or online at www.foxchase.org.

Funeral home owner 'Lee' Budilovsky dead at 94 - Chicago Sun-Times

Monday, June 13, 2016

Before the Bohemians of Little Village migrated west to what John Budilovsky called the “bramborova slechta” — the “potato aristocracy” strongholds of Cicero, Berwyn and Riverside — there were at least 27 Bohemian funeral directors in Chicago.Budilovsky, a mortician, was one of the liveliest dancers at the Undertakers’ Balls organized by the Bohemian Funeral Directors’ Association. His moves gained him entry to the prestigious 400 Club at the Aragon Ballroom in Uptown and the Trianon in Woodlawn. Those star dancers received free admission in exchange for dispensing dance lessons.At the Trianon in 1948, a graceful woman caught his eye: Leona “Lee” Turlo, a fellow member of the 400 Club. He invited her to a Halloween party. When he had to cut the date short — to pick up a body — she didn’t mind. He was impressed.Young Lee Turlo, who would marry John Budilovsky. / Family photoAfter they got married, she became the make-up artist for the bodies at the Budilovsky Funeral Home at 2611 S. Lawndale. They built up the business, moving it to Westchester in 1957 and renaming it the Budilovsky Westchester Funeral Home.Mrs. Budilovsky, 94, died June 2 at...

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Howard Chasanow, judge on Maryland Court of Appeals, dies at 79 - Washington Post

Saturday, April 08, 2017

April 2 at a hospital in Baltimore. He died the day before his 80th birthday.Judge Chasanow, a resident of College Park, Md., died of spinal injuries resulting from a two-vehicle accident in Berwyn Heights, Md., on March 20, said a brother-in-law, Ken Greenberger. He was the only one hurt in the accident, Greenberger said.Judge Chasanow was appointed in 1971 to a seat on the District Court, which in Maryland hears such cases as landlord-tenant disputes, motor vehicle violations, misdemeanors and certain felonies.As a Circuit Court judge in Prince George’s County from 1977 to 1990, he presided over jury trials, serious criminal cases and major civil cases, including such family law cases as divorces and child custody disputes.He retired from the bench in 1999 after nine years on the Maryland Court of Appeals, the highest judicial panel in the state. He spent the next 15 years as a full-time mediator, helping resolve disputes ranging from estates and trusts to intellectual property to medical malpractice. He worked for many years for the dispute resolution provider JAMS, which helps keep cases from clogging the judicial system and saves the large expense of a trial.“The phrase I hate most is ‘Good mediation is when both sides walk out equally unhappy,’?” Judge Chasanow told the Daily Record of Baltimore in 2011. “A good mediation is when peo...

John Donald Mault

Monday, November 14, 2016

His caring, love, and generosity will live on forever in those who cherish his memory.In addition to his wife, Mr. Mault is survived by his three sons, Colin Mault and his wife, Cathie, of Berwyn; Brennan Mault, of Doylestown; and Kevin Mault, of Holland; six grandchildren, Quinn, Nola, Audrey, and Desmond Mault; Jesse Owens; and August Moyer; two brothers, Robert Mault and his girlfriend, Virginia “Jeanie” Craig, San Francisco, CA; and Douglas Mault and his wife, Jacqueline, of Portland, OR; and a step-daughter, Kristin Moyer, of Quakertown.His Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m., Monday, November 14, in St. Agnes Catholic Church, 445 North Main Street, Sellersville, PA 18960, where a visitation will be held from 9 a.m. until time of Mass.Interment will be private at the convenience of the family.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Mr. Mault’s name may be made to Fox Chase-Temple University Hospital Bone Marrow Transplant Program, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Office of Institutional Advancement, 333 Cottman Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111 or online at www.foxchase.org.

Funeral home owner 'Lee' Budilovsky dead at 94 - Chicago Sun-Times

Monday, June 13, 2016

Before the Bohemians of Little Village migrated west to what John Budilovsky called the “bramborova slechta” — the “potato aristocracy” strongholds of Cicero, Berwyn and Riverside — there were at least 27 Bohemian funeral directors in Chicago.Budilovsky, a mortician, was one of the liveliest dancers at the Undertakers’ Balls organized by the Bohemian Funeral Directors’ Association. His moves gained him entry to the prestigious 400 Club at the Aragon Ballroom in Uptown and the Trianon in Woodlawn. Those star dancers received free admission in exchange for dispensing dance lessons.At the Trianon in 1948, a graceful woman caught his eye: Leona “Lee” Turlo, a fellow member of the 400 Club. He invited her to a Halloween party. When he had to cut the date short — to pick up a body — she didn’t mind. He was impressed.Young Lee Turlo, who would marry John Budilovsky. / Family photoAfter they got married, she became the make-up artist for the bodies at the Budilovsky Funeral Home at 2611 S. Lawndale. They built up the business, moving it to Westchester in 1957 and renaming it the Budilovsky Westchester Funeral Home.Mrs. Budilovsky, 94, died June 2 at...