Adeline Dalziel (1912 – 2005)
Adeline G. Dalziel, age 92 a resident of Kenosha, died Sunday October 16, 2005 at Brookside Care Center.
Born on November 4, 1912 in Chicago IL she was the daughter of the late John and Rose (Plachetka) Kenders.
She was educated in the schools of IL.
On July 11, 1931 she married Bernard Dalziel in Chicago. He died in August of 1975. Coming from a farming family, she and her husband owned and operated a mink farm for many years in Lake Villa IL. Upon their retirement they moved to Sharon WI. She moved to the Kenosha area in 1989.
She was a member of St. Thomas Catholic Church until its closing. Currently she was a member St. Mary?s Catholic Church. She was an avid gardener and loved to bake. She specialized in homemade chocolate chip cookies. She was active in a senior group in Sharon WI, which led to her involvement in ceramics as a hobby. She also enjoyed taking trips with the senior group. She loved being a wife, a mother, grandmother and great grandmother.
She is survived by one son; Don (Carol) Dalziel of Sturtevant WI; three daughters, Aprile R. Alexander of Royal Center IN, Joyce (Gene) Llanas of Kenosha, Sharon (Ted) Waitr-Bierchen of Lake Villa IL; grandchildren; Scott (Kay) Alexander, Craig (Monica) Alexander, Bradley (Debbie) Alexander, Linda Dalziel, Kurt (Janine) Dalziel, Brian (Lori) Dalziel, Lisa (Bob) Hagberg, Gina Llanas, Deana (Kevin) Sampica, Monica (Antonio) Serrano,Geno Llanas, Michelle (Jerry) Ayres, Don Wiatr; great grandchildren; Catalina and Reuben Llanas-Colon`, Eric Dalziel, Olivia and Matthew Sampica, Ross and Ryan Alexander and two half sisters; Marvelyn Cornell of Green Bay and Diane Mink of Tampa FL.
She was preceded in death by her husband and brothers John Kenders and Al Kenders; and a sister Dorothy Waite.
A Mass of Christian Burial for Adeline will be celebrated on Wednesday October 19, 2005 at 10:00AM at St. Mary?s Catholic Church. (7307-40th Avenue) Visitation will be on Wednesday at the church from 9:00AM until the time of mass. Burial will take place at Oakwood Cemetery in Walworth County.
Memorials would be appreciated to the Alzheimer?s Association-Southeastern WI. (6130-W. National Avenue. Milwaukee WI 53124)