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Abstract: Correspondence, compositions, and other papers of American abolitionist Wendell Phillips.The Crawford Blagden Collection of the Papers of Wendell Phillips was presented to this Library in October 1977. Blagden, a descendant of the abolitionist, discovered the papers in the basement of his house and contacted Irving Bartlett, Phillips's biographer, who then brought the papers to Harvard where he was to do research on them.Phillips, an American orator, reformer, and lawyer, best known for his work in the abolitionist movement, advocated many causes including prohibition, prison reform, women's suffrage, labor organization, and the rights of native Americans.The bulk of the collection is letters, 1855-1875, to Phillips concerning his work in reform movements. Ann was born July 13, 1931, in Paxton, the daughter of Weaver C. She was preceded in death by her loving husband of more than 60 years, Arthur, and seven sisters. Friday at De Fiore-Jorgensen Funeral Home, 10763 Dundee Road, Huntley. Barb owned and operated Eades Taxidermy, Fin & Feather pet shop and Companion Cockers. Betty was also a lifetime member of the AW Chapter of PEO and the Brokaw Service League. Burial will be in Minonk Township Cemetery, Minonk. Paul’s United Church of Christ; Heritage Health, Minonk, or to the family. CLINTON — Bill Lee Ledbetter, 82, of Clinton, formerly of Greenville, passed away at p.m. Bill was an Army veteran serving in the Korean conflict while stationed in Germany. He married Sharon Mears on April 15, 1959, in Kenney. Sunday (May 22, 2016) at Advocate Bro Menn Medical Center, Normal. Thursday at the Mc Lean Christian Church, with Tony Billingsley officiating. Interment will be in the Mc Lean Cemetery at a later date. Brenda is survived by her parents, Larry and Wanda Lasswell, Mc Lean; one son, Andrew Mason, and his special friend, Brittney Knudson, and one daughter, Kylie Mason, all of Mc Lean; one sister, Becky (Joe) Gaither, Stanford; two brothers, Brad (Alice Kay) Lasswell, Williamsville, and Barry Lasswell, St. After retiring, he worked part time at Super Wash, located at West College Avenue, and returned to Farm & Fleet in Bloomington part-time until retirement at 75 years of age. He was a member of Our Saviour Lutheran Church, Normal. CARLOCK — David Anthony Severino, 64, of Carlock, passed peacefully in his sleep at a.m. A celebration of life memorial service will be at 6 p.m. Memorials may be directed to the family for continuing with the girls' college education. Jackson, 94, of Decatur, passed into eternal life at p.m. Jerald was a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers and the Illinois Laureate Academy of the Illinois Bar Association. Miriam, Decatur; sons, Mark (Ann) Jackson, Decatur; J. He was preceded in death by his parents and one sister. Jo Hanna was born April 27, 1920, in Minonk, a daughter of Meinet and Marie Tesch Mueller. He is survived by his daughter, Peggy Sue (Dennis) Esser, Deforest, Wis.; son, Timothy John (Janel) Manning, Minooka; and daughter, Dr. John was active in Dwight youth activities as a Little League coach and Cub Scout leader. Memorials may be made to the PBL Education Foundation, Paxton Federated Church, Loda Library or an organization of the donor’s choice. HUNTLEY — Barbara Ann Berg, 91, of Huntley, a retired registered nurse, passed away on the morning of Saturday (May 21, 2016) at her home. 10, 1924, in Chicago, a daughter and one of nine girls to Francis and Elizabeth Hollich Koegel. and Genevieve; her great-grandson, Jackson; and her sister, Elizabeth Klocek, Tucson, Ariz. Mary Catholic Church, 10307 Dundee Road, Huntley, and the family will greet friends after 9 a.m. Tuesday at Calvert-Johnson & Froelich Memorial Home, El Paso, with the Rev. Barb was born June 22, 1943, in Chicago, the daughter of Joseph and Evelyn Bremar Harrison. She was preceded in death by her parents, one brother and two sisters. After her marriage to Russell, she attended and supported in many ways the Wesley United Methodist Church in Bloomington as a longstanding member. He was preceded in death by his parents and one grandson, Hunter Underwood. Burial will follow at Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Kenney, with military honors. Thursday at Calvert Funeral Home, Clinton, with a rosary at 5 p.m. John’s Catholic Church, Clinton Elks or Clinton Eagles. 30, 1939, in Litchfield, the son of Homer and Pauline Pass Stephenson. A memorial service will follow the visitation at 7 p.m. Then he worked for Farm & Fleet for seven years and was an assistant manager at the Bloomington store. as parts manager and at Miller's True Value until it went out of business. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church in Sterling, where he served several times as council member and was past president of his then-local Lutheran Brotherhood chapter. Wacker Drive, Suite 1150, Chicago, IL 60601To leave condolences for David’s family, please visit David loved his family deeply and his greatest joy in his last years was spending time with his daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren. Sincere thanks to the staff of Heritage Health for their love and care in Jayne’s final years. CLINTON — Jeanette Lee Daugherty, 78, of Clinton, passed away Monday (May 9, 2016) at her home. Webber; and his best friend and uncle, Les Johnson. Friday at Brintlinger and Earl Funeral Home, Decatur. Memorials may be made to Decatur Corps of The Salvation Army; First Baptist Church, Decatur; or the Gov. Jerald was a member of the Illinois Supreme Court committee of Pattern Jury Instructions and the Illinois Supreme Court committee of Character and Fitness. Jackson, Laura (Erik) Van Kampen, Kristen Jackson, Karen Jackson, Gregory Jackson, Katherine Jackson, Alec Jackson and Marissa Jackson; great-grandchild, Lillian Douglass; and nephew, Gregory Foster. She also was a member of the National Association of Postmasters and the Tri-County Postmasters. Joseph Hospital, Joliet, after a long battle with congestive heart failure. Navy during the Korean War and his service with the Illinois State Police for 30 years.
Vincent de Paul Food Pantry or Livingston County Food Pantry. 14, 1935, in Chenoa, a son of Simon and Helen Craig Heinrich. He later married Eva Johnson in 1988 and she preceded him in death in 2000. Mary’s Church, Pontiac, where he served in the Perpetual Adoration program for over 20 years. The family would like to extend its appreciation and thanks to the staff of Evenglow Lodge, OSF Health Care and OSF Hospice. She also loved the outdoors and was an avid hunter. Louis, Mo., to Ryan Timothy Matzke and Amanda Mc Neil Rogers Matzke, both of of Highland. She enjoyed reading, needlepoint and tending to the needs of her family and friends. Sunday (May 8, 2016) at Farmer City Rehab, Farmer City. Thursday at Calvert Funeral Home, Clinton, with Phil Yakey officiating. Memorials may be directed to the De Witt County Animal Shelter. 13, 1933, in Greenville, the son of Luther and Emma Hemken Ledbetter. 6, 1956, and they had two daughters, Karen Ann Underwood, Wapella, and Lori Lee (Daniel Osborn) Murphy, Atlanta; four grandchildren, Jeremy (Kitiara) Underwood, Jill (Wes) Foster, Candi (Jake) Taylor and Samantha (Caleb) Ballew; and nine great-grandchildren. He was a member of the Greenville Central Church and the Masonic Lodge. Survivors include his wife, Sharon Stephenson, Clinton; children, Bob (Diane) Stephenson, Lincoln, and Quint Stephenson, Clinton; six grandchildren, Chase (Whitney) Stephenson, Andrew (fiancée, Emily) Stephenson, Amber (Brian Potthoff) Stephenson, Alyssa Stephenson, Jack Stephenson and Callie Stephenson; one great-grandchild, Wesley Stephenson; three brothers, Charles “Steve” Stephenson, Princeville; Paul (Evie) Stephenson, Hoyleston; and Mike Stephenson, Litchfield; and one sister, Helen Schuetze, Carlinville. Army and worked for the Central Gulf Railroad for 42 years. Brenda Annette Lasswell was born July 20, 1972, in Lincoln, the daughter of Larry and Wanda Foley Lasswell. Charles; nephews, Ben Lasswell, Adam Gaither, Evan Gaither and Alec Gaither; and several aunts, uncles, and cousins. He married Marilyn Mackey on July 2, 2005, at the home of Kevin and Kathy Yergler in rural Gridley. He was educated in Germany, where he also served in the Army during the end of World War II and later, two years in the U. Butch loved to travel, especially to Germany and Hawaii, and enjoyed several cruises. Condolences and memories of Butch may be left for the family at Ishee, 66, of Streator, died Saturday (April 30, 2016) at home. May 16 at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, Sandwich, which will finish with watching the sunset, Jeffery’s favorite time of the day. Family was assisted by the Beverage Family Funeral Home, Sandwich. Tuesday (May 17, 2016) at Decatur Memorial Hospital. He was also a member of the Decatur Bar Association, where he served as president in 1981. The family wishes to express its heartfelt thanks to the staff of Decatur Memorial Hospital Wound Clinic for their many months of caring for Jerald during his illness. Kelly Ann (Paul) Manning-Smith, Channahon; six grandchildren, Amanda Smith, Matt and Jessica Smith Lauterbach, Joseph and Carissa Smith, and Allyssa Smith; four great-granddaughters, Ella, Madison, Morgan and Cheyenne; sister, Theodora Jebens, Oswego; and numerous nieces and nephews. John farmed in the Dwight area for 40 years until he retired at the age of 70. Barbara worked as a surgical nurse at a variety of Chicagoland institutions, including Illinois Research and Holy Family Hospital, and she retired from St. The couple made their home in Chicago and later the northwest suburbs, moving to Huntley in 2002. Betty graduated from Normal Community High School in 1938, where she was president of Tri-Hi and the Rainbow Order for Girls. He loved the companionship of his children and grandchildren. In the late 1980s, Dave started Severino Electric in Normal and, in 1988, he began Severino Real Estate and Construction, until his retirement. He is survived by his wife, Jane Weir, New Berlin; two children, Jennifer Hampsten, Millstadt, and Lloyd (Brenda) Weir, Normal; two grandchildren, Emma and Natalie Hampsten, both of Millstadt; seven nieces and nephews, Jane (Rick) Novotry, David (Bev) Trower, Ruth Trower, Susan Trower, Brian (Darlene) Trower, Barb (Mark) Boehmer and Steven (Penny) Trower; and Jane’s five nieces and nephews, Cheryl, Carol, Bruce, Keith (Connie) and Lisa Pillsbury. Friday at Mc Cullough-Delaney & Butler Funeral Home, 714 E. Memorial contributions may be made to New Berlin EMS, 101 S. Memorials may be made to Lung Cancer Research and mailed to Hohlt & File Funeral Home, P. He married Doris Diveley Plunkett on July 25, 1988. He was affiliated with the Methodist faith, was a member of the Livingston County Farm Bureau. Debra enjoyed crocheting, and she made blankets for the whole family. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery, Sibley, with military rites accorded by the Martin Sunkten American Legion. Delmar graduated from Sibley High School in 1949, then graduated from Peoria Commercial College. She loved spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, art, swimming, travel and shopping. She also worked for several years in the business offices of Dr. He was born July 20, 1937, the son of Clarence William and Mary Etta Walker Appenzeller. C.) Garza; five great-nieces; and six great-nephews. Memorials may be made in John’s name to Mackinaw Christian Church. Phil Rossi, the staff of the Hopedale Commons, Hopedale Nursing Home and hospice and, especially, John’s caretaker, Barb Mibbs, for the care of John. Burial: Arcola Cemetery, Arcola, with military rites accorded. Calvert-Belangee-Bruce Funeral Home, Farmer City, is handling arrangements.At the end, Betty was cared for by her daughter Christina Morgan, with whom she had been living in Tucson, Ariz., for many years until her recent passing. (Bonnie F.) Schlink, Normal; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; two stepgrandchildren; and two stepgreat-grandchildren. BLOOMINGTON — Betty Joan Houk, 82, of Bloomington, died at a.m. Main St., Mesa Aris., where military honors were accorded. Donations may be made to the American Cancer Society. His memorial service was Saturday at Custer Road United Methodist Church, Plano, Texas. Other survivors include his sister, Cathy (Steve) Craig, Mc Lean; father-in-law, Deane May, Lincoln; sister-in-law, Rebecca Weatherford, Iowa City, Iowa; and sister-in-law, Cynthia (Chuck) Bickhaus, Denton, Texas. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Illinois 4-H House Association, Mason Hospital Auxiliary or Manito Historical Society.The letters are from many prominent Americans, as well as from less well known abolitionists, fugitive slaves, and others petitioning him for aid.Also much correspondence between Phillips and his wife, Ann Terry Greene Phillips, and many personal letters to her from friends and relatives that provide intimate details of 19th century domestic life.
His other work experiences include his position as an announcer, program director and news director for WMBD, WCOD and WTVR in Richmond, Va., where he was the first TV newscaster. Calvert Funeral Home, Clinton, is in charge of arrangements. She was active in the Vermillion Players Community Theater for many years during the 1970s and 1980s, where she directed, performed and sang in numerous memorable productions. Brian had lots of interests, including photography, astronomy, spelunking and boomerangs. Monday at Our Saviour Lutheran Church, Normal, with Pastor Jeffrey R. Jon cherished the traditions and genealogy of his German father and Greek and Sicilian mother, and he loved celebrating Christmas. Every year, he created a themed tree worthy of a magazine cover. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at the church. He is survived by two sons, Martin (Karen) Malone and Vernon (Julie) Malone, both of Kempton, and a daughter, Rosanne (Monte) De Counter, Fort Myers, Fla.