Western Springs Obituaries: Norma Rose Throckmorton, 91

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The following obituaries were recently featured on Legacy.com:

Norma Rose Throckmorton, 91, of Western Springs, was the wife of the late George W. Throckmorton, and mother of Ron and Ken. She had a granddaughter, Miriam. Ms. Throckomorton was a member of First Congregational Church of Western Springs, where she sang in the choir, was a part of the Woman's Society, and served as church secretary. A visitation is being held Dec. 3 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Hitzeman Funeral Home in Brookfield. A memorial service will be held Dec. 4 at 10 a.m. at First Congregational Church of Western Springs. Donations to First Congregational Church of Western Springs's Woman's Society are encouraged. An obituary for Ms. Throckmorton was published in the Chicago Tribune on Dec. 1.

Louis C. "Chuck" Hamann, 84, who grew up in Western Springs and lived in Naperville, died Nov. 25. Born in Elizabethtown, NJ, Mr. Hamann was the husband of the late Barbara Hamann, father of Patricia Guess and Robert Hamann, and grandfather of Michael and Kelly Guess and Vincent Hamann. Mr. Hamann was a graduate of Lyons Township High School. He served in the U.S Army National Guard during the Korean War, then graduated from the University of Illinois with civil engineering degree. Mr. Hamann worked for Western Electric/AT&T for over 30 years. A visitation and funeral service were held Nov. 30 at Friedrich-Jones Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Naperville and St. Joan of Arc Church in Lisle. Donations to St. Luke's Lutheran School in Montgomery and SS. Peter & Paul Catholic School in Naperville are encouraged. An obituary for Mr. Hamann was published in the Naperville Sun on Nov. 29.

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