Nancy J. O’Connor, age 73, of Hoffman Estates

Written by Brust Funeral Home on October 23rd, 2012


NANCY J. O’CONNOR, age 73, of Hoffman Estates died October 23.

Visitation will be held Thursday, October 25 from 3 to 9 PM at Brust Funeral Home, 135 South Main Street, Lombard.
Funeral Service will be held Friday with prayers at 10:30 AM from Brust Funeral Home to Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Lombard, for 11 AM Mass.
Interment will be at Queen of Heaven Cemetery, Hillside, Illinois.

Ms. O’Connor is survived by her sister, Kristine Ruge of Winfield; her niece, Kourtney (DuPage County Sheriff Deputy Ryan) Culver of Winfield; her nephew, Mark, A.H.P.D. (Jane) Ruge of Glen Ellyn; six great nieces and nephews; and her dearest friend, Marilyn Hilberg of Algonquin.
Ms. O’Connor is preceded in death by her parents, Robert, C.F.D. and Margaret, nee Murray and her dear friend, Sister M. Jeremy R.S.M.

Ms. O’Connor grew up in Chicago & Oak Park and was a graduate of Siena High School in Chicago. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from St. Xavier University, attended Notre Dame, and received her Master’s Degree from Northern Illinois University. Ms. O’Connor had retired in 2007. She was a Teacher and Catholic School Principal and Administrator with the Chicago Archdiocese. She was a former Religious Sister of Mercy. She served twice at Queen of Martyrs School in Chicago and many other schools in the Chicago and Rockford Dioceses.

Memorials to Children’s Memorial Hospital, Chicago or Boston Terrier Rescue would be appreciated.

 

3 Comments so far ↓

  1. Betty (Ryan) Liesz says:

    Dear Kris and Family,

    So sorry to hear of Nancy’s death. I saw the notice in the paper this morning. Called Pat and told her but unfortunately neither one of us will be able to attend the services. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Love, Betty

  2. Joyce Dannehy says:

    Hi, Kris, Love to get in touch with you. Can’t find your address.
    Take care, Joyce

  3. Katy V says:

    It’s been more than 5 years now and yet still feels like yesterday. They may have gone but they will not be forgotten.

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