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In Memoriam

Byron (Bud) E. Van Dyke

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11/29/16 11:15 AM #1    

Robert E. Skarda

 A Good Buddy,

Many of our classes lined us  up alphabetically, so letters S & V were often not far apart. He was an easy going, good friend in school and church.

Bob Skarda

11/30/16 12:53 PM #2    

René E. Zeman (Ek)

"Buddy" and I lived across the street from each other.  Lots of childhood memories from as far back as kindergarten..  He was indeed a very sweet guy.  

11/30/16 03:10 PM #3    

Donald (Don) R. Rilea

Buddy was truly a great friend from kindergarten, all the way through high school. He was a quiet person and always thought before he did speak. We worked together on many projects, including reviewing memorizing his catechism verses and vows. He was a deep, caring individual, and probably the best listener of all my close friends. I count it a great privilege to have known him growing up!!

10/28/18 12:15 PM #4    

Diane G. Montgomery (Gilman)

Byron E. “Bud” Van Dyke

Byron E. "Bud" Van DykeByron E. “Bud” Van Dyke CPA, of Lockport formerly of Western Springs; age 68. Beloved son of the late Peter and late Harriet Van Dyke; loving brother of Bill (Carol) Van Dyke, Judy Van Dyke, and Jane (Jay) Weber; dear uncle of David (Myra) and Scott (Susan) Van Dyke, Eric (Cassie) and Krista Weber; fond great-uncle of five. Byron was a graduate of the University of Kansas and a devoted member of New Life Church in New Lenox, IL. Visitation 3 to 9pm on Tuesday, July 28 at Hallowell & James Funeral Home, 1025 W. 55th St., Countryside. Funeral service 10am Wednesday, July 29 at the funeral home. Interment Clarendon Hills Cemetery. Memorials in honor of Byron may be given to the American Cancer Society

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