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Raymond Kinzie, 74, LaSalle Bank executive, hospital board member
Raymond Wyant Kinzie, 74, of Oak Park, died May 18, 2005. He was born in Chicago on October 20, 1930.

Mr. Kinzie earned his B.A. degree from Carleton College in 1952. He earned his L.L.B. and J.D. from the Yale University Law School in 1955. In 1956, he was admitted to practice law as an attorney in Illinois, and in 1964, he was admitted to practice law before the United States Supreme Court.

After 36 years of banking service, Mr. Kinzie retired from his position as Senior Vice President in the Wealth Management Group of LaSalle Bank, Chicago. He spent 25 years as a board member of the Land Trust Council of Illinois. In addition, he spent a decade on the board of directors at Ravenswood Hospital Medical Center. He served as treasurer and secretary.

Mr. Kinzie's accomplishments earned him recognition in Who's Who in America, Who's Who in American Law, Who's Who in Finance and Industry, Who's Who in the Midwest, and Who's Who in the World. He was a member of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. He enjoyed worldwide travel, history and Shakespeare.

Mr. Kinzie is survived by his wife, Dorothy, and his three children: Diana Wieczorek, Dorothy Tedeschi and Raymond Kinzie. He was preceded in death by his infant daughter, Susan. He was also the brother of Elizabeth Ignatowski and Louise Wornom. Mr. Kinzie was the grandfather of many.

Funeral services were held May 20 at Dreschler, Brown & Williams Funeral Home. Interment was held at Mount Hope Cemetery, Chicago.

Memorials would be appreciated to Animal Care League, 1013 Garfield, Oak Park, IL., or to the charity of your choice.

Lauretta J. Boale, 81, member at St. Edmund
Lauretta J. Boale, 81, a 60-year resident of Oak Park, died May 21, 2005. She was born in Princeton, Illinois., on July 26, 1923.

During World War II, Mrs. Boale was a civilian administrator for the War Department. She was also a long time member of St. Edmund Church.

Mrs. Boale was the mother of Richard and Dana. She was also the grandmother of Hadley Hall and Hillary Boale. She was preceded in death by her seven brothers and sisters.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

Arrangements were handled by Drechsler, Brown & Williams Funeral Home.

John G. Cadwell, 50, attorney, father of two
John G. Cadwell, 50, a resident of Oak Park, died May 24, 2005 in Loyola Hospital.

Mr. Cadwell was an attorney practicing general law. He was the husband of Nikoleta and the father of Mary and Peter. Mr. Cadwell was also the son of Mary Rogers and Richard Cadwell.

Funeral services were held on May 28 at St. Bernardine Church following visitation on May 27. Interment was held at Queen of Heaven Cemetery.

Arrangements were handled by Hursen Funeral Home.

Ned A. Ochiltree Jr., 85,former resident of River Forest
Ned A. Ochiltree, Jr., 85, of Burr Ridge, formerly of River Forest and Oak Brook, died May 21, 2005.

Mr. Ochiltree was the chairman and president of the Ceco Corporation, a manufacturer of building products in Oak Brook. He retired in 1986.

He is survived by his only daughter, Judith; one brother, David; a granddaughter, Margaret Herseth; six nieces; and one nephew.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Isabel, and his son-in-law, Charles Herseth.

Mr. Ochiltree was born December 23, 1919, in Omaha, Neb., and grew up in Peoria, where he graduated from Peoria Central High School. He graduated from Purdue University with a degree in mechanical engineering.

Upon graduation, he worked for General Motors in Detroit, where he met and married his wife. They moved to the Chicago area in 1948 when he was hired by Ceco as an industrial engineer.

He was a past president of the River Forest Tennis Club. He was also the managing director of the Meyer Family Foundation until 2004. He also served on the board of the Salt Creek Ballet.

Services will be held at the First Presbyterian Church of River Forest, on May 31 at 2 p.m. Internment is planned in McLean, Virginia.

Memorials would be appreciated to First Presbyterian Church of River Forest and the Lyric Opera of Chicago.

?#34;compiled by John Yoo

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