Hyde Park resident Elaine Wong, M.D., nee Chong, age 91, of Chicago, passed away on September 2, 2016 of natural causes. Wong, or “Popo” to her three beloved grandchildren, was a loving grandmother, mother of two children, and wife to Arthur Wong for 51 years. She was born in Honolulu, Hawaii as the middle of […]
Former University of Chicago Law School (UCLS) Dean Phil C. Neal, antitrust expert, litigator and law firm founder, died Sept. 27, he was 97. Neal was a professor at the Law School for 21 years and its sixth dean. He taught subjects including Elements of the Law, Antitrust, and Constitutional Law. He hired scholars Richard Posner, […]
By Joseph Phillips Sports Writer Thanks to a last second field goal by sophomore kicker Gavin Mottl of Saint (St.) Rita High School, the Mount (Mt.) Carmel Caravans would fall short in a 31-28 losing effort on Friday night in front of a packed house at Gately Stadium. “I was thinking that I was practicing […]
A memorial service for Conrad Albert Wennerberg will be held on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016 at the home of Anne Marie Miles, 5490 S. Shore Drive, beginning at 10 a.m. Reception immediately follows.
Joan Hartman Agin, beloved wife of Dan Agin, has passed on. She was 86. She will long be remembered as a vivacious Chicago girl and woman, former Secretary to the President of Mercury Records, a graduate with Honors in History from Roosevelt University, a crusader for women’s rights and political, social, and economic justice for […]
Marvin Gittler, who devoted his life to fight for unions and labor laws as a Chicago attorney, died on Thursday, Sept. 9, at his home in Union Pier, Mich. He was 77 years old. Gittler was born in New York and studied at Syracuse University, where he met his wife of 56 years, Carol. He […]