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ARLINGTON HEIGHTS – Stasy B. Heile, 91, of Arlington Heights, passed away Thursday, July 25, 2013.
Born in the little town of Vrhnika in the Slovenia region of the former Yugoslavia on Nov. 10, 1921, Stasy came to the United States in 1922 with her mother on the ship S.S. France to join her father in Chicago. She graduated from J. Sterling Morton East High School in Cicero and completed an Army Cadet nursing program at Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital in 1945. She worked as a dedicated registered nurse for 40 years. Stasy was fondly known as "Scooter" by her kids and grandkids for her busy active life in the Chicago area.
Stasy was the beloved wife of the late Bernard A. Heile Jr. for 61 years; caring sister of Elaine Charvat; loving mother of Barbara (Sal) Reyes, Mary (Adam) Falat, Christine Heile Doczy, Bernard Heile III, Elizabeth (Russell) Haraf and Catherine (Gregory) Sudholt; proud grandmother of Adam (Paula) Falat II, Stacia (Dominic) Kiraly, Stefanie (Jacob) Norton and Amelia Falat, Tommy Doczy and Michael Doczy, Sydney Heile and Audrey Heile, Samantha (Matt) Bergum, Christina (Davy) Long and Rebecca Haraf and Allison Sudholt, Emily Sudholt and Margaret Sudholt; and cherished great-grandmother of Olivia Norton, Caden Kiraly, Rachel Falat and Caroline Falat.
Stasy was preceded in death by her devoted husband, Bernard A. Heile Jr.; parents, Josephine and Louis Mesec; and brother, Harry Mesec.
A memorial gathering for Stasy will be from 9 a.m. Monday, Aug. 5, until the funeral Mass celebration at 10 a.m. at Saint Raymond de Penafort Church, 301 S. I-Oka St. in Mount Prospect. Inurnment will be in Saint Michael the Archangel Cemetery in Palatine.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Midwest Palliative and Hospice Care Center based in Glenview, 847-467-7423 or http://www.carecenter.org.
Published in the Northwest Herald on July 30, 2013
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