We honor the memory of those we have lost and will forever hold them close to our hearts.
With sadness and deep sympathy, we share the death of Mary Jane Nogal, who was very active with the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Chicago for over 20 years. She was the president of the St. Michael’s of Orland Park chapter of SVdP and also served as District X president. She was chair of the Northern Region convention in 2005 and played an active role in the annual SVdP fundraising event at the Drury Lane Oak Brook. Mary received the Vincentian Award from Catholic Charities Southwest in 2006. A link to her obituary is below. Please keep her and the Nogal family in your prayers.
With sadness and deep sympathy, we have been informed that one of our long-time, dedicated conference members, Diana Lonergan, has passed away. Please keep her and the Lonergan family in your prayers.
It is with a heavy heart that we share the loss of our Vincentian brother Mike Fox. Mike was the rarest of men — a sweet and gentle soul who was loved by everyone who knew him. He never forgot a birthday or anniversary and was always interested in what you were doing. He never said an unkind word about anyone. Like George Bailey in “It’s a Wonderful Life,” Mike was the richest man in town because of his countless friends. As one of his neighbors said, “the world would be a far better place if it had more people like Mike.”
Mike is survived by his brothers and sisters, nieces and nephews, and many, many friends. We ask that you keep his family and friends in your prayers.
Read his Obituary – https://www.heeneyfh.com/obituary/michael-j-fox[/kswr_teammate]
It is with a heavy heart that we share the loss our Vincentian sister Carolyn Sampson. Carolyn served the Society of St. Vincent de Paul with a focused dedication, as Vice President of the St. Margaret of Scotland Conference under Harry Ohde and then assumed the role as Conference President when Harry took over as District VI. She was a good woman who overcame much during her lifetime, including personal health issues and was a loyal friend. Carolyn understood that one must go where help is needed and never backed away from the opportunity to serve her brothers and sisters in need. She is survived by her husband and family, and we ask that you please keep her and her family in your prayers.