Celebrating the life of Vivian Yaklich
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Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday, November 15th at 10:00 AM at St. Bede Abbey Church.
Abbot Philip Davey O.S.B. officiating
Burial at St. Vincent’s Cemetery
Visitation will be on Monday, November 14th from 4:00 - 8:00 pm in the Burgess Funeral Home LaSalle
Born on April 21, 1924 in Manketo, MN to Charles and Agnes (Cahill) Schwamberger
Graduated from St. Xavier School in Ottawa
Married Edward Yaklich on July 8, 1944 in Monroe, NC
She was a member of St.Roch's church and a member of St. Valentines Church. She Was a Legal Secretary for her Brother Leo Schwamberger for many years and worked in various retail stores in the Illinois Valley
Loved her Children and adored her Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren and attending as many of their activities as possible including enjoying numberoushorse shows for decades.
A member of the SNPJ, Vivian's outlook as the eternal optimist and her love of family inspired all those who ever met her
Linda (Duane) Bokus of LaSalle
Marie (Gary) Urbanski of LaSalle
Debbie (Mike) Pyszka of LaSalle
Gary (Julia) Yaklich of Princeton
12 Grandchildren Gina (Brett) Burkiewicz, Timothy Bokus, Michael (Laura) Urbanski, Jason (Christa) Urbansk, Kelly (Rick) Spangler, Mike (Sarah) Pyszka, Nick (Lindsey) Pyszka, Billy (Marianne) Pyszka, Megan (Tyler) Sandrock, Nicole, Jon and Mark Yaklich.
27 Great Grandchildren Kaden, Kyle, Konnor, Alyssa, Bree, Ashley, Avery, Addison, Aubrey, Colby, Cooper, Ceyton, C.J., Rylee, Ryker, Trent, Nick, Gage, Sophia, Bella, Charlie, Tenley, Branley, Easton, Will, Vivi, and Mack and a December Baby also.
Preceded in death by Parents, Husband in 2007, 3 Brothers, 3 Sisters, 1 Grandson Scott, and 1 Great Grandson Kyle
Online condolences may be expressed at www.burgessfh.com
In lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to the family for her favorite charities or to St. Bede Abbey and Academy
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