I am sorry to have to announce the death of a long time member of our parish Carole Angarola, RIP.
Carole had been involved in many Parish activities and throughout her illness continued to pick up and wash and iron altar linens.
Because of current restrictions her funeral will be private and hopefully in the near future there will be a memorial Mass.
Please keep her family in your prayers.
We lost our Auntie Carole Larson Angarola
Countless knew her as a dear friend but many of them will readily tell you that Carole was an even dearer aunt to her nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. She was a diehard Chicago Cubs and Bears fan, and attending these and other outings with her friends and family was one of her favorite past times. Even more so Carole loved watching her nieces and nephews participate in baseball, basketball, football, band and competitive dance. Carole always did everything she could￼￼ to attend a family event, even as it became more difficult for her to do so.
She dedicated 38 years of her life working at Alexian Brothers in various nursing and management roles. She retired to a Del Webb community in Romeoville, where she established even more friendships. Carole spent her retirement years traveling, playing bocce ball and volunteering at a local hospice organization.
After her four year battle with ovarian cancer Carole passed away peacefully at home on April 15. She will be dearly missed by all her family and friends. She is survived by her sisters Judy Steffens and Joan Larson Buccieri . A celebration of her life will be planned for later this year.