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     Mary H. Zeller (nee Hauswirth), 71, of Antioch, passed away peacefully Saturday, August 13, 2022. She was born April 22, 1951 in Chicago, IL.
     Mary was the wife of the late John E. Zeller Sr.; mother of Maria (Todd) Zeller Brauer and John (Halle Morrison) Zeller Jr.; nana of Alese; special friend of 18 years Larry Lemm; sister of Joseph Hauswirth, and the late James Hauswirth, Lorraine "Tootie" Evans, and Robert Hauswirth; and aunt to many nieces and nephews.
     Visitation Thursday, August 18, 2022 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Meadows Funeral Home, 3615 Kirchoff Rd, Rolling Meadows, IL 60008, where the funeral service also well be held on Friday, August 19, 2022 at 11:00 am. Interment private.
     In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in Mary's name to the charity of your choice.
     Information (847)253-0224 or Meadowsfh.com 


            Richard W. Mrozik Sr., 91,
            of  Arlington Heights, passed away peacefully Monday, August 15, 2022. He was born February 26, 1931 in Chicago, Il to the late Jean (nee Aland) and Joseph Mrozik. He was a veteran of the Korean War serving 20 years in the Navy and 10 years in the reserves.
     Richard was the husband of the late Shirley (nee Johnson); father of Richard W. (Debra) Mrozik Jr. and Judy Lynn (Alan) Born; grandfather of Richard W. (Jenny) Mrozik III, Kyle (Kendra Gordon), and Jason (Kathy) Born; great-grandfather of Alexis, Elena, and Alex; great-great-grandfather of Francis, Matty and Danny; brother of Laverne Burghart, Donald Mrozik, Joseph Mrozik, Joyce Russell, Walter Morzik, the late Dolores Loizzo, Lucille Harrison, Maryann DeAngelo; and uncle to many nieces and nephews. 
     Visitation Sunday, August 21, 2022, 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm at the Meadows Funeral Home, 3615 Kirchoff Road, Rolling Meadows, Il 60008 (half a block East of Rout 53). Funeral Mass Monday, August 22, 2022 10:00 am at St. Colette Church, 3900 Meadow Drive, Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 (South of Kirchoff Road, Meadow Drive dead ends into the church's parking lot). Interment to follow at Memory Gardens Cemetery.
     Information (847)253-0224 or Meadowsfh.com

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     Guy Louis Owsiany, 64, of Rolling Meadows, passed away Tuesday, August 16, 2022 after a short illness, with his sisters by his side at Northwest Community Hospital. He was born July 4, 1958 in Chicago, IL to Ruth (nee Koscierzyna) and the late Louis Owsiany. Guy was the firecracker of our family. For years he thought the nation was celebrating his Birthday. Guy spent his final years helping to care for his mother. He was devoted to the people and things he loved, including his beloved Chicago teams, the horses and skydiving. He will be missed by many and even though he is gone too soon, we rest easy knowing he's not in pain anymore. "Blue Skies"
     Guy was the father of Matt (Kristy) Rhinerson; grandfather of Miles; brother of Donna and Glenn (Dee) Owsiany, and Diane (Mike) Finkler; uncle of 5 nieces; and numerous great nieces and nephews.
     Services private. Information (847)253-0224 or Meadowsfh.com

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     John James Koleno III, 82, of Rolling Meadows, passed away peacefully Thursday, July 28, 2022 surrounded by his family. He was born February 23, 1940 in Chicago to the late Lillian (nee Niewiadomski) and John James Koleno Jr.

     John was the husband of Carol (nee Robling) for over 60 years; father of Timothy John and Kenneth Paul (Dora) Koleno; grandfather of Delany and Christina Koleno; and sister of Georgiann (the late Bob) Hoffmann.

     A celebration of John's life will be Saturday, August 20, 2022, 10:00 am until time of service 12:30 pm at the Meadows Funeral Home, 3615 Kirchoff Road, Rolling Meadows.

     Information (847)253-0224 or Meadowsfh.com

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             Bruce Harry Arnoux, original
             Chicago franchise owner of Mail Boxes Etc. and a Purple Heart recipient whose image as a young soldier is etched on the wall of the Korean War Memorial in Washington D.C., died on August 3, 2022. He was 91.
     Bruce met his beloved wife, partner and best friend, Marilynn, while he was attending Sullivan High School and she was attending Evanston High School. Their romance was interrupted by the Korean War. Bruce served his country in the infantry, and when he arrived back in Chicago after being wounded in the war and writing many love letters to Marilynn, the first thing he did was ask her to marry him. 
     Bruce worked with his father Harry (Pappy) in his jewelry store but yearned to make his own mark. Bruce’s initial peripatetic career included working with and befriending Don Koehler, the world’s tallest man, and coining Big Joe’s marketing slogan, “I am a dumb ox, ask me why?” The iconic slogan was a huge national success. 
     Bruce understood that the Arnoux spirit is one of entrepreneurship and strong work ethic, and he became the original territorial and franchise owner of Mail Boxes Etc. in the Chicagoland area. Bruce built his business with his son, Mark, for thirty-five years, retiring only five months ago. 
     Bruce played the trumpet, loved the Opera and enjoyed baseball. He was an avid reader whose favorite authors were James Salter and John Steinbeck. He was reading Steinbeck’s “Pastures to Heaven” before passing away. His literary interests were diverse, and he recently gave Camus’ “The Stranger” to one of his sons, excitingly pointing out that the first line of the book was one of the best first lines ever to be written. 
     Bruce’s strongest and enduring love was for his family. He was an elder at Saint Peter Lutheran church in Arlington Heights and provided his children with the best parochial education to help them build character and succeed in life. He found time to coach his children’s sports teams and was proud of the championships he piloted. 
     His greatest love was for his beloved wife of sixty-eight years, Marilynn, who he was fortunate to live with independently. Every night, they kissed each other goodnight. 
     Bruce is survived by his beloved wife Marilynn Arnoux and his four loving children: Kimberly (Thomas) Aronhalt; Mark (Barbara) Arnoux; Matthew (Bobbi Panter) Arnoux; and Michelle Arnoux. He is also survived by his seven adoring grandchildren: Philip Aronhalt; Bethany (David) Williams; Paul Aronhalt; Erin Arnoux; Christian (Tess) Arnoux; Clifford Arnoux; and Ty Arnoux; as well as devoted la famille elargie, Karen Markese, and his golden retriever, Aimee. 
     A celebration of Bruce’s life will be on August 27, 2022, at Meadows Funeral Home, 3615 Kirchoff Road, Rolling Meadows, Illinois from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm with a service starting a 12:00 noon.
     Information (847)253-0224 or Meadowsfh.com

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