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Dorothy Judge was a kind and compassionate woman who loved everyone she met, said her granddaughter, Rachel Zecevich.
As the holiday season approaches, little magical elves are descending on hundreds of homes around Northwest Indiana, peeking in on little kids and reporting back to Santa whether the kids are on the “naughty” or “nice” list.
From a young age, Nancy Spencer had obstacles she had to overcome, said her daughter, Elaine Spencer.
Legoland Discovery Center Chicago will become a winter wonderland for the month of December, as the center celebrates a Holly Jolly Holiday, said Kristina Pucci, sales manager at Legoland Discovery Center Chicago.
Agnes Yocum was an kind and generous woman who had more energy than people less than half her age, said her granddaughter, Melissa Kinder.
Ronald Pawloski Sr. was an outgoing man who believed in helping his community. He had a great sense of humor and worked hard to raise his son as a single father, said his son, Ronald Pawloski Jr.
Dale “Vic” Vickrey was an outgoing man who loved drag racing and golfing, said his son, Jamie Vickrey.
Lisa Rees loved had a knack for style and design, and expressed herself through photography and interior decorating, said her husband, Dave Rees.
This year has been a year of change for the health care industry, as hospital officials strive to implement technology designed to streamline patient care and keep costs down while they build new brick-and-mortar outpatient facilities closer to where their patients live.
Ubaldina Evelyn Vidal was a warm, outgoing woman who was a loyal friend, said her son, John Vidal.
Annie Horn was an excellent cook and could make almost anything, said her son, John Horn Jr.
Nedra Jackson was an extraordinary woman who didn‘t rely on anyone for anything, said her longtime friend, Mimi Neaves.
O’Shea McCarthy was a talented artist and musician who devoted himself to his music, said his mother, Heather McCarthy.
Sandra Fliris was a hard-working single mother who did whatever it took to support her family, said her daughter, Jamie Warosh.
Marvin Ford was an outgoing man known for his good sense of humor and his quick wit, said his daughter, Catherine Ford Sori.
Ashley Swart was a beautiful, intelligent young woman that was full of life and love, said her mother, Kelly Swart.
Peg Pillar was always the life of the party, said her son, Brian Pillar.
Leo Finnerty Sr. was a down-to-earth man who made friends everywhere he went, said Sue Finnerty, his wife of more than 61 years.
Dennis Stanton was an outgoing, opinionated man who was devoted to his wife, children and grandchildren, said his son, Terry Stanton.
Audrey Vidimos was the kind of woman who always made people feel comfortable in her presence, said her son, Scott Vidimos.
Lester Kalk was an avid sports fan, always willing to discuss his beloved Chicago teams, said his son, Rick Kalk.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, adults and children alike are already beginning to think about the day's feast.
Larry Klemz was an outgoing person who always had a smile on his face and a warm welcome for everyone, said his son, Doug Klemz.
Maria Tellez was an unselfish woman who wanted to make a positive contribution to the Hispanic community in Northwest Indiana, said her daughter, Lisa Guzman.
Bob Vellines was a kind, smart and generous man, said wife Darla Vellines.
Vincent Pandorf was the kind of man who could strike up a conversation with anybody, said Alice Pandorf, his wife of 38 years.
With the cold weather and the holidays approaching, local health experts suggest now is the time to start lowering your body mass index and improving your health.
Jay Duncan was always willing to go the extra mile to help the people he cared about, said his daughter, Jennifer Duncan.
Lucille Thiery survived scarlet fever at age 7, and although the illness took her hearing and left her face paralyzed, it didn’t affect her spirit, said her niece, Eileen Thiery Snearly.
The chaplains at Franciscan Alliance are using technology to offer spiritual guidance.
Paulette McDonald had a zest for life. She loved to shop, loved to party and loved to spend time with family and friends.
Dennis Bullington had a great sense of humor, and loved to play practical jokes and be teased in return, said his wife, Lois Bullington.
Dude Wilkerson was a father to anyone who needed a helping hand, said his son, Mike Wilkerson.
For artist Tom Brand, life and the art he creates have been an improvisation.
John Engelbert was always helping others, whether they were friends or strangers, said his son, Pete Engelbert.
While many agencies are available to help underprivileged kids get food, shelter and health care, not much exists to provide for new clothing for kids, said Ana Granfield, president of the Merrillville Rotary Club.
This year, trick-or-treaters and party-goers have a wide range of Halloween costumes from which to choose, from popular favorites like super heroes and princesses to of-the-moment pop culture favorites.
Pete Monix was a quiet man and a hard worker who was devoted to his town, said Joann “Bobbie” Monix, his wife of 55 years.
For Andrew Johnson the goal for any event is to transform Legoland and make the center as immersive as possible.
Adele Bray was a vivacious woman who loved to travel, had a great sense of humor, and was always willing to help others, Merlin Bray, her husband of 60 years said.
Jan Stemmer is giving back to the industry that has been so good to her for the last 35 years by offering scholarships to her school, Schererville-based Don Roberts School of Hair Design.
In 2006, Dr. Chris Kammer was looking for a new way to encourage his dental patients to not eat all the Halloween candy they collected.
Jack Mateer was a devoted family man who loved his children and enjoyed spending time with his family.
Jim Genovese was always upbeat, loved life and loved being around people, said his wife, Kim Genovese.
Larry Berg loved people and always had a positive outlook on life, said his daughter, Mari Shirer.
Although treatment for leukemia can be complicated and the cure success rate can vary based on a patient’s age and overall health, oncologists are hopeful that recent strides in treatment may have an impact on a countless number of patients.
For the Halpern family, multiple sclerosis is a disease that has affected the entire family, not just its matriarch, Donna.
Mary Herbert was devoted to doing whatever she could to take care of her family, said her daughter, Linda Herbert.
For many longtime Portage residents, John Scott was the embodiment of the city, known not only for his political activities but also for his involvement in the community, said his son, Terry Scott.
George Vomish was a wonderful husband and father, and did whatever he could for his family, said his wife, Diane Vomish.
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