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View Clara Binger’s Obituary by The Freeport Journal Standard

She was born ugs May 29, 1924, in Davis, Illinois, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred and Martha (Lohmeier) Geiser. She graduated from Durand High School. Married Russell Binger in Davis, Illinois on October 4, 1942. She was employed as a packer by Amerock in Rockford, Illinois for 23 years. Clara was a member of First Baptist Church in Pecatonica, Illinois and Freeport Area Church Council. She volunteered at Salvation Army in Freeport, Illinois and mad ugs e sleeping bags in Rockford. Survivors include son, Howard (Alice) Binger of Rock City, IL; daughters, Anita Render of Pecatonica, IL, Patricia (Lawrence) Haugen of Virogno, WI, Martha (Fred) Olson of Readstown, W ugs I; son, Harold Binger of Pecatonica, IL; daughters, Mary Beck of Machesney Park, IL, Rose (Paul) Byl of Pecatonica, IL, Laura (Terry) Henze of Rock City, IL; 18 grandchildren; 23 great grandchildren; one great great grandchild; brother, Fr ugs ed(Dot) Geiser of Durand, IL; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, four siblings and one granddaughter, Donna. Burial will be in Twelve Mile Grove Cemetery, Pecatonica, Illinois. A memorial will be established. McCorkle Funeral Home Pecatonica Chapel assisted the family.

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Carey, Christine CLIFTON PARK Christine Carey passed away on Tuesday, October 14, 2008 due to injuries resulting from a car accident. on April 4, 1962, Christine attended Shelburne Community School, Champlain Valley Union High Sch ugs ool and was a graduate of Siena College. to Life. In this remarkable program, Chris told the stories of people who have rolled up their sleeves to address some of the most pressing issues of our time. A woman of great strength and conviction, Chr ugs is committed her life to caring for the greater good of the environment and to those who needed inspiration to do good things with their lives. She had a great love of art and music and was involved with her local community to use these gifts to help others through a variety of programs and services. She will continue to be an inspiration to many as an example of success and strength in the face of personal obstacles. Encouraging others to reach their own potential was her passion and she did it with a tremendous amount of grace. Chris’s favorite poem was written by Marge Piercy. “I want to be with people who submerge in the task, who go into the fields to harvest and work in a row and pass the bags along. Who move in a common rhythm when the food must come in or the fire be put out.” Chris will be tremendously missed, but will live on in the thoughts and actions of those who she inspired to be their best. Chris’ death was in keeping with her life in that she left this world thinking only of what she had left to do, and ugs perhaps what she could still do. Her decision to be an organ donor was her parting gift. and several cousins, ugs also survive Christine. at the Ready Funeral Home, 261 Shelburne Rd., Burlington, Vt. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in Shelburne, Vt.