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Lysle W Willey
Lysle W. Willey, 83 of Streator passed away Wednesday October 21, 2020.
Private family services will be held at the Winterrowd Funeral Home with burial in Hillcrest Memorial Park Cemetery.
Serving as pallbearers will beÂ grandsons, Bob Brennan, Jeremy Fechter, Trey Ragusa, Ricky Ashley, Jared Dippel and David Henrichsmeyer.
Lysle was born on February 9, 1937 in Ottawa to Lysle J. and Pauline (Logsdon) Willey.Â He married Marcelline âMarcyâ Renn on October 29, 1955.Â She preceded him in death on October 4, 2010.
Surviving are daughters, Susan (Brian) Vickers, Barbara (Robert D.) Brennan, Catherine (Larry) Sullivan, Polly (Terry) Ragusa, and son, Marc Willey all of Streator, grandchildren; Derek and David Henrichsmeyer, Beckie (Jared) Dippel, Bob (Lainee) Brennan, Nacole (Jeremy) Fechter, Ricky Ashley, Andrea Sullivan and Trey and Paige Ragusa, 5 great-grandchildren; Addison and Jacob Dippel, Hayden Ashley, Katelyn Fechter and Kason Brennan.
He is preceded in death by his parents, wife Marcy and a sister Jean Winkler Thomas.
Lysle attended Streator grade schools and High School.Â He retired from Thatcher/Anchor Glass in 1987.
Lysle was a member of the Streator Moose Lodge, Streator Eagles Club.Â He enjoyed camping, fishing, boating and in his younger years horseback riding and most of all he loved spending time with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or the Alzheimerâs Association.
Max and I offer our heartfelt sympathies to the entire family of Uncle Lysle. We enjoyed many family gatherings throughout the years with Uncle Lysle, Marcie, and cousins. As you gather today, may you find peace in sharing those family moments. Look to the night sky to see the Stars of our loved ones that God has placed, shining brightly, to guide us through the days and years ahead.
All Our Love...Max and Patty
Max and Patty Oct 24 2020 12:00 AM
The memories I have of Lysle were of him always hardworking and providing for his family. My heart goes out to Polly and your entire family. Prayers are coming for the difficult days ahead. Hugs to all...
Sherri Himmelsbach-Lesch Oct 22 2020 12:00 AM
MY DEEPEST AND MOST SINCERE CONDOLENCES GO TO THE ENTIRE WILLEY FAMILY FOR YOUR LOSS! LYSLE WILL SURELY BE REMEMBERED AND FOREVER MISSED FOR SURE. HE WAS A VERY HARD WORKING ENERGETIC MAN FOR MANY YEARS AND WAS ADMIRED BY MANY. SOME OF MY FONDEST MEMORIES OF LYSLE WERE THE FISHING ADVENTURES AT MY PARENTS' HOUSE, THE COOKOUTS, AND MOST DEFINITELY THE TIMES LYSLE TOOK ME HORSEBACK RIDING! I ALWAYS THOUGHT OF LYSLE AS A BIG BROTHER. HE WILL BE IN MY THOUGHTS AND FOREVER IN MY HEART! LYSLE SPREAD YOUR ANGEL WINGS AND FLY TOWARDS THE LIGHT! ALL MY LOVE MY DEAR FRIEND!
Jill Rogers Oct 22 2020 12:00 AM
Our sympathies to all of you. Lyle was one of those guys that once you met him you were a friend for life. He was a good man. His smile will be missed.
Kim and Cliff Overocker Oct 22 2020 12:00 AM