Mary Lou Lindroth, 91, of Rockton, IL died at 3:10 a.m., Tuesday, July 9, 2019 in her home.
She was born January 22, 1928 in Portage, WI the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford and May (Boerner) Jaquith. Mary Lou graduated from Rock Valley College with Associate Degrees in Humanities and Art. She married Donald Earl Lindroth in Milwaukee,WI on September 9, 1950. Mary Lou was employed as a secretary by the Girl Scouts until 1976 and then she volunteered her time until 2002 and recentlyreceived a certificate honoring her 80 years of service. She is a member of St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church in Rockford, IL where she was in the choir. She started playing softball at the age of 51 and played for 10 years.Member of the WRRA and Stateline Artist.
Survivors include: Son Eric (Deb) Lindroth; daughter Mary (Patrick) Mallow; Son Karl (Harriet) Lindroth; Daughter Kris Craddick; Daughter Sarah K Maitland; Son Harry Lindroth. Grandchildren: Kerry (Sarah) Lindroth, Kelli (Ramsey) Senger, Michael (Erica) Craddick, and Sarah Craddick, Nathan (Dalanea) Mallow, Derek and Jennifer Mallow, Heidi (Dave Dwyer), Holly and Heather (fiancé Mike Stone) Lindroth, Lisa (Paul) Sharman, Shannon (Robert) Jacobi and Tiffiny Maitland, Heather Thomas, Elizabeth (Alan) Miller, Justin Holstrom;11 Great grandchildren Olivia, Sloan, Beck, Wyatt, Ainsley, Axel, Phoenix, Zoe, Gabriel, Alexia, Emma, Michael; Brother Harold Jaquith; Sister Janice Culberson; Numerous nieces and nephews; son in law Dave (Rebecca) Craddick and sister in law Vivian Lindroth.
Predeceased by parents and husband.
A funeral ceremony will be held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, July 18, 2019 in St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, 4881 Kilburn Ave. Rockford, IL with Reverend Frank Ciprys officiating. Burial will be in Willwood Burial Park in Rockford, IL. A visitation will be held Thursday from 9:30 am until time of ceremony.
Memorials may be given to The Girl Scouts, WRRA or American Cancer Society.
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Our St. Paul family would like to continue to care for the Wolf family. You can contribute monetarily through GoFundMe by going to this link: https://bit.ly/2VCcnXP
Also, anyone willing to commit to a $25.00 gift card for gas, grocery or an Amazon gift card every month for a year, can do so by putting your gift card in the offering plate. (Please note that this is NOT a gift to the church, so it is NOT tax deductible.)
We are continuing to provide meals for them also. Please call Sue in the church office (815-963-5435) or her cell (815-979-3952) if you would like to provide a meal. Thank you!
Dear Members of St. Paul,
By motion of the majority, the Planning Council has called a special voters’ assembly to take place on June 30th, following the late service at 4881 Kilburn Ave. The purpose of this meeting is to consider a motion to accept an offer by the Boys and Girls Club of America to purchase the 600 N. Horsman facilities in their entirety.
The Boys and Girls Club have offered a generous price and are also in negotiations to continue leasing the facility to Rockford Lutheran and Concordia Lutheran Schools for the sake to the day school still operating on the premises. Further, they have had discussions with other Christian congregations who may be interested in leasing the sanctuary facilities from them.
In this way, we couldn’t ask for a better scenario.
Please be on hand to help us take this final step toward firm financial ground and a clean bottom line for stewardship of our resources.
As with all special assemblies, the only motions to be considered will be those for which the meeting is called. The motion reads as follows:
Motion: To agree to the offer from the Boys and Girls Club to purchase the 600 N. Horsman Facilities for the offer received on June 18, 2019 and empower the Planning Council to ensure and take all necessary legal actions pertaining thereto.
Standing Firm with you,
Gene Simosnon passed away on Thursday, June 20th, 2019.
His funeral service will be on Friday, June 28th, 2019 at St. Paul Lutheran Church.
Visitation will be at 9:00am and Funeral at 10:00am.
Meal to follow service with Military and Internment at Sunset Memorial Gardens at 2:00pm.