Machesney Park Illinois Music
Patricia "Pat" Grant, 78, died at her home in Machesney Park, Illinois, surrounded by family and friends. Her death follows the deaths of her husband Bill and daughter Kim Grant. Kim is accompanied in the death by her son Jody Grant, daughter-in-law Patricia Grant, husband of 40 years, and two sons, David Grant and John Grant.
The family would like to thank all of their friends and family for their prayers and support during this difficult time of loss.
We want you to know that you did an absolutely wonderful job producing this memory tape that was made for my wife's 50th birthday. During production we added a special side effect, and we love you for it.
I wish Jimi could have seen the smiling faces of family and friends who had come from all over the state to our wedding.
The love Kim has for her family is as much a part of her life as her love for the Chicago Cubs. I could die - hard Packers and Cubs fans watching and listening excitedly and sending messages to family and friends. If you don't watch sport, you could have found me among my many hobbies and talents, including reading, writing, dancing and blues, rock'n roll and Southern rock. What would you tell him and what would he tell you that winning the World Series with the Cubs was one of the best moments of your life?
For the greatest emotion - a charged memory of my life - it took the added breath of snow that fell and the sound of what would have been a beautiful slide into one of the great emotions of my life: the thrill of victory.
The finished video transfer of this production will be delivered complete with a printed Video Music DVD and its casing, as well as a copy of the video on demand. You can also title your video or group photo and add a special message to the videos. The photos are transferred and the music added to create a unique and unique visual representation of Machney Park and its surroundings.
The consolidated ratings include an average rating of 3.0 stars, based on 27 overall ratings, with a high of 4.1 stars and a low of 1.5 stars.
Chef Bernie Harding of Cafe Grecco was hailed as the best Italian chef in the area and has proven to be one of Chicago's most talented chefs, and he is an example of that. He has worked in CNC machines for 20 years and is known to his sons and his son's fiancee. He is described as a simple man and has never been one to burden others, but he works a little for himself and that gives an impression of how hard he works and how much he cares about his work. I didn't give him much time to do any of his projects. I worked with him at C NC Machines for over 20 years.
He has a cheerful mind and laughter paired with a wit and a smile is never far from his lips, but he pairs his soul with an even bigger heart and makes it shine. He has shown a willingness to help anyone who needs a hand, and has extended this kindness as a trait handed down to him by his lovely mother. I was stunned when this segment started and when I didn't know what to expect, tears flowed.
While we were waiting, the waitress took our order and when she came to our table, she spilled the drinks on the table. We complained to the man who cleared the tables and he brought the owner, who was drunk and slandered his words, to apologise. I thought it was a friendly gesture until I realised that at the end of the evening he was being charged the full price for his leftover drinks. After I told her about my plight, she quickly called the manager, who, to my chagrin, was the lined-up - outward-looking - refugee.
You might think they were letting their team work for them, but instead they had a new waitress who didn't even know who Gias was, and brought soup as an appetizer. Italian wedding soup, as good as I've ever been, if not better than the gratin potatoes. The hostess looked at me as if I were in a group of 8 people and seemed irritated only by my presence. Eventually the beady-eyed owner came over and said he wouldn't be back, complaining that he was drunk most of the time like Tom Caputo. When he came to the table to talk to us, I could smell brandy and there were no eggplants.
There always seems to be a new waitress and the specialty pizza is one of the best in the area, but not as good as the regular pizza.