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Maureen Kuzniar was the quintessential mom who was always putting other people before herself, her daughters said.
Students who are looking for art programs to help keep the summer doldrums at bay have a variety of options available through the Chesterton Art Center.
Robert Neeley was a simple man who loved his family and enjoyed giving to others, his family members said.
The annual Lunafest is a chance to celebrate women and raise money for a good cause, event organizers said.
Joseph Shudick Sr., was a wonderful man who always stressed the importance of education with his children, said his wife, Betty Shudick.
Geneva Smith was a natural caregiver who helped her mother raise her siblings, raised her own children and worked as a nurse, said her daughter, Mary Kauffman.
Marlies Glickauf was a welcoming hostess, a passionate traveler, and an avid artist, said her daughter, Annette Sleek.
Catherine Kielpikowski was a hard-working woman who always tried to have a positive outlook no matter what life threw at her, said her daughter, Janice Ault.
Billy Dean Allison Sr., was a master carpenter and master mechanic who could fix anything that was broken or find efficient solutions to any problem, said his wife, Barbara Allison.
When Sandra Zacharias first had the idea of entering a pageant in the fall of 2011, she initially shrugged it off. She had recently battled breast cancer and was just starting to get her hair back.
Preteens who want to enhance their babysitting skills have the chance to learn safety basics at Safe Sitter classes, offered by several hospitals around Northwest Indiana.
Beatrice Patterson was a kind, generous woman who was always willing to help others, her children said.
Steven Weber had a fantastic sense of humor and could find something to laugh about in every situation he faced, said his wife, Dr. Deni Weber.
Wendell Ahlbrand was always quick with a smile and never knew a stranger, said his wife, Diana Ahlbrand.
Terry Yaros was the consummate performer. He loved to sing, dance and make people laugh, said his sister, Sandy Clayton.
Anthony Nicoletto loved his family and he loved music, said Nancy Nicoletto, his wife of 20 years.
Phyllis Henderson was a generous, giving woman who loved being able to help others, said her daughter, JoAnne Bowen.
When the Beaux Arts Ball started two decades ago, it was designed to be a fun theme party to raise money for a great cause. Twenty years later the event is still going strong.
Margaret Langbehn was a kind, generous woman who put her family above everything else, said her son, Mark Langbehn.
Andrew Turnbull was an intelligent man who worked hard to provide for his family, said his daughter, Sandy Zeiters.
Ernie Greinke lived a Christian lifestyle and made a positive impact on everyone he met, said his son, Dave Greinke.
Mary Ellen Bushemi Cessna’s mission in life was to spread peace and love to those around her, said her son, Kevin Cessna.
Neil Wesley was a kind and loving man, said Joan Wesley, his wife of 38 years.
Ned Smith was a generous, hard-working man who was always willing to do things for others, said his granddaughter, Linsey Waterstraat.
Ronald Spangler was a strong moral compass for his family and always took time to discuss important issues, said his daughter, Deb Barbanel.
Dorothy Kleckner loved performing as a clown and making people laugh, her family members said.
Zach Green made friends quickly, had an infectious laugh, and was loved by all who knew him, his parents said.
When Dr. Mark Van Buskirk was a young boy, he learned to work on cars by helping his father restore Volkswagens.
Anna Mrdak was a captivating young lady who was always willing to help others, her father said.
Jeffrey Johnson was a funny and engaging man who loved to entertain people and make them laugh, said Emily Johnson, his wife of 22 years.
Prom season is in full swing, and this year the dresses are in neon colors and are full of bling, according to experts at area dress shops.
The Challenger center regularly hosts field trips for elementary school students, and students leave those programs excited and wanting to do more.
Viola Parker worked hard to take care of her large family, said her daughter, Mary Anna Coln.
Hundreds of people are expected at Munster Community Park this weekend for the 15th Annual Car and Cycle Show, which is considered the first big festival of the season.
Nestled just two hours east of Lake County, Black Pine Animal Sanctuary in Albion, Indiana, offers a permanent home to nearly 100 exotic animals.
Brian Kingsbury had his life mapped out and knew where he was going, said his mother, Gail Kingsbury.
Jane Dan was an optimistic woman who was an inspiration to those who knew her.
Wanda Rozcicha overcame many obstacles and went on to live a life filled with love, said her daughter, Joanne Buckmaster.
Beginning gardeners as well as gardening veterans can head to the Pond Expo in Crown Point for ideas and inspiration, said Kathy Bartley, the expo chair for the Illiana Garden and Pond Society.
Ron German was a fun-loving man who enjoyed spending time with his family, said his wife, Diane German.
Frank Wszolek was the kind of man who went out of his way to help people, said Mary Ann Wszolek, his wife of 54 years.
Mary Ballog lived life to the fullest and always wanted to look her best, said her daughter, Sandy Samson.
Dr. John Read was dedicated to the health and welfare of others, his children said.
A well-known doctor believes the secrets of longevity can be found by looking at the diets of people who have lived for more than 100 years.
Norma Paskash was a kind and generous woman who believed in honesty and being fair to everyone, her children said.
Floye Keelen was a loving and compassionate man who was passionate about praying for others, his family members said.
Danny Barnes was a fun-loving, energetic young man whose smile could light up a room, his family and friends said.
A new exhibition at the Indiana Welcome Center tells the story of the Region’s involvement in the Civil War through reenactments, artifacts and photographs.
Nathan Cook was a loving, outgoing young man who always had a smile for everyone, said his mother, Kim Cook.
Robert Mandon was a friend to everyone who knew him, and knew exactly what to say to people to make them comfortable, said Jamie Mandon, his wife of 30 years.
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