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Jill L. Dick

May 7, 1933 - June 9, 2021
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Jill L. Dick, nee Singer, age 88, of Skokie, died Wednesday, June 9, 2021, at Evanston Hospital. Beloved wife of the late Albert; dear mother of Janet (John) Hicks, Jim Spencer, and Caroline Dick; loving grandmother of John, Kristin, and Kevin Hicks. Services are private. To sign guestbook and to leave a condolence message, pleaseContinue Reading

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Sue Moses left a message on June 13, 2021:
Carrie: Deepest Condolences on the loss of your Mother. Prayers, love and hugs to you and your family.
MICHAEL JAMES SCHRAM left a message on June 12, 2021:
Lost a dear dear friend in Jill. Jill part of our St Francis Hospital Cardiac Rehab cohort. Jill was funny. Her stories of her growing up captivating. Her knitting was her way of expressing herself and Blessed I've received a few of her handicraft. Will miss her voice and hours of conversation. Once again Jack and Jill are together. To her children and grandchildren I send my deepest regards.
Diane Krier-Morrow left a message on June 11, 2021:
I am so sorry to hear of our beloved Jill's passing. We were best friends from St. Francis Cardiac Rehab for many years. I had spoken to Jill throughout her many hospitalizations. I loved sharing laughs with Jill and sharing stories. We talked for hours. Jill was such a well-read woman. We became best buddies because we had to deal with the fella's (Michael, Ben, Tom and Leroy) in Phase III at St Francis Hospital. We will be gathering to celebrate her life she shared with us. I am having a Mass said for Jill at St Nicholas Catholic Church in Evanston. I know she was not Catholic, but I want to pray for her in my way. I know she was spiritual and she would love that. Three of our group are members of St. Nick's. The only thing we did not agree on was our political persuasion...and all of us could not convince her, so that was the one thing we did not talk about and listened without argument as she began to fail. Love and so glad you were part of my life. I will remember you fondly. Diane Krier-Morrow
Haben Funeral Home & Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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