Countryside, Illinois

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To Dollys Family So sorry for your loss.
Dolly and I worked together many many years ago
at Illinois Bell. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Jackie and Family,

Laura and Lynne,
My deepest sympathy to you. I am deeply sorry and saddened. Your Mom was a wonderful woman who will be missed. You were wonderful daughters; Im praying and thinking of you at this extremely difficult time. I am so sorry for your loss.
Mary Ellen Griffin

Aunt Dolly, I remember when you came to visit us in Kearney and how I loved you immediately. Your inspiration, kindness, thoughtfulness and fun will be how I always remember your insightful and determined view of LIFE. I'll miss you and hope all your family finds comfort in all you were. Hope eternal.

Sending many prayers and much love to the Grossi family. I have very fond childhood memories of visiting the Grossi home and seeing her warm and welcoming presence as Nick and I played in the backyard. I wish the very best for her family and hope that they find peace during this difficult time.

To Dolly's family: please accept my condolences on your loss. I remember her as friendly, warm and outgoing. I hope you all have beautiful memories of her to hold dear and ease your sadness.

With much love and the fondest of memories, I offer my sincere condolences on the passing of Aunt Dolly. Wishing you all peace in this difficult time. She will be remembered lovingly.

My dear sister, I will miss you all the remaining days of my life. We have been together for so many years, I can't imagine my life without you in it. You weren't only my sister, you were my friend (in our younger days, my partner in crime). The saving grace is that you are out of pain, in a better place and with our mother and sister and all of our brothers. I don't know what more I can say except I will love and miss you until we meet again Doll.
Your loving sister, Sis

Dolly, I will miss you every day for the remainder of my life. We were not only sisters but friends. My life will not be the same without you in it. We have been a part of each other's lives for so long, I can't even imagine you not in my life. You have also been a very good aunt to your nephews and they loved you very much (also your great nephews and great nieces). The only saving grace is that you are in a better place and with our mother and other sister and brothers. Until we meet...


MONICA's Obituary

Monica A. Beske (nee Kopulos) age 79, of Countryside, formerly of Chicago. Beloved daughter of the late Spiro and the late Anne Kopulos; former wife of the late James T.; loving mother of Laura (Gilbert) Grossi and Lynne (Mark) Przybylski; devoted grandmother of Steven and Nicholas Grossi and...

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