Kyle L. Koetz, age 44, at rest on Friday, September 25, 2015, surrounded by his loving family and friends.
Kyle is survived by his beloved wife of 21 years, Jennifer (nee Luce); loving children, Zachary (Rebecca) and Jonathon Koetz; loving brothers, Scott (Penny) and Treven (Betsy); loving father-in-law and mother-in-law, Ron and Mary Lynn (nee Hercegovics) Wilkinson; dear brothers-in-law, Frank (Ann) Luce and Roger (the late Kimberly) Baker; dear sister-in-law, Michelle (Mark) Robinson; as well as numerous loving aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
Preceded in death by his parents, Gerald and Wyllene (nee Ott) Koetz; brother, Gerald; and sister, Kimberly Baker.
Kyle was employed for 21 years at Arbor Mills (Joliet Cabinet) and six years at Our Lady of Angels Nursing Home. Kyle simply enjoyed work. It was something that kept him energized during his life and his illness. He enjoyed disc golfing, wood working, and shed hunting. Most of all, Kyle loved his life and all of the people in it.
The family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Dr. Suh at JOHA as well as all of the nurses at Presence St. Joseph Medical Center and Joliet Area Community Hospice who provided excellent care to Kyle. A special thanks to Daryl DelSasso and the employees of Joliet Cabinet for their support and kindness.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to H.U.G.S. of Shorewood or Joliet Area Community Hospice.
A Celebration of Kyle's life will begin on Wednesday, September 30, 2015, with a visitation from 10:00 a.m. until the time of funeral service to be held at 11:00 a.m. in the funeral home chapel. Visitation will be Tuesday, September 29, 2015, from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Tezak Funeral Home, 1211 Plainfield Road, Joliet. Per Kyle's wishes, cremation rites have been accorded.
Tom Wherli – Ashley Whippet Museum – Naperville’s Last Fling
If you haven’t seen dogs catching Frisbees live you need to. Tom Wherli is one of the best and he is from Naperville. Although Tom’s passion is the Disc Dog world he is extremely knowledgeable in all the discs sports. He is one of those guys can listen to for hours as he talks about the histories of all the flying disc sports. He will be at the Naperville’s Last Fling judging the competition. Check out link for all the details. http://prev.dailyherald.com/story/?id=318359
4th Annual Indiana Fall Series event #2 The Hidden Lake Fall Classic PDGA C-Tier event Hosted By the Red Roc Disc Golf Club Sunday September 20th @ the newly redesigned Hidden Lake Disc Golf Course All Am Divisions $25 All Open Divisions $35 CTP/ACE Funds Non-PDGA members +$10 2 rounds of 24 holes Registration begins 8-8:30am Players Meeting 8:45-9am Tee Off @ 9:30ish (hehehe)
Come out and enjoy a day of disc golf, music, food, beer, and some really kind people…
Any Questions or Comments please Call Brian Cummings (219) 712 6210, Jon Sufana (219) 405-6720, or Chris Diamond (219) 682-6077. And we all hope to see you there.
To: All disc golf addicts, players, lovers, and all of the rest of you… From: The Red Roc Disc Golf Club You are invited to come out and spend the day enjoying food, beers, ales, stouts, music, and of course remembering a friend in a way that would make him smile. This is an old school Red Roc cash in/cash out event. All moneys taken in will be paid out. Ladies and Gentlemen…We give you… The 4th Annual Friends of Homie Tournament 2 Rounds of 24 @ the newly redesigned Hidden Lake Sunday October 18, 2015 Bring your own partner Doubles All Am Divisions $30 All Open Divisions $40 CTP/Ace Funds Mulligans $5 (1 per player per round) CTP’s on all holes!!!!! Registration 8-9… Players Meeting 9a.m… Tee off @ 9:30. Any questions, comments, or if you wish to volunteer please call Brian Cummings (219) 712-6210 or Chris Diamond (219) 682-6077. Please leave name, #, and message on voicemail and we shall return your call A.S.A.P.
**Much more detailed information TBD** Saturday, September 19th, 2015 Steve Rachan & Aris Pashos will be running an unsanctioned tournament at Trinity Links Disc Golf Course. This will be a singles stroke play event where all players, Ams and Pros, will be paid out in cash. Our plan (subject to change) is to have two rounds at Trinity followed by a doubles cash skins round on an Ultimate Final 9 layout.
Our Goals: -Free tournament stamped shirt for all players -Cash Payouts to all players -At least 18 all day CTPs -Raffle (prizes and your chance to play in the skins round) -Keg, $5 all day wristband. Must be 21+, subject to be cut off or kicked out to maintain the safety of our players and most importantly yourself -Trophies in all major divisions with costs not taken out of the entry fee -Preregistration system without fees to the players
-Check in 8:00-9:00 am -Players Meeting: 9:15 am - Tee Off: 9:30 am
Work day on this Sunday July 5. The rain and the growth is making Highland a complete jungle. Bring your weed eaters, mowers, loppers, pruners, tree pruners or anything else that might work on cutting. Chainsaws for some down trees would also help. We also need garbage removal. We will have to bring some cans out to the curbs so they can take them or fill garbage bags up from the cans and bring them to the curb. The cut out area by Hole 9 is a good spot. I tried cleaning hole 12 but it’s a mess. If you want to help that’s great even if it’s an hour, I’ll be out there by 8:00 am. I’ll be out there a few days this week so I should have a better idea on what’s left to do on Sunday morning. F THE RAIN! Please pass this along. Thanks!
We have a Course Grand opening set for June 27 at 11 am. The park is giving out 100 free discs & putting for pies. New redesign was put in this week at Knoch which is a lot better. The old 9 are totally gone, tees moved to new locations all groomed and flush to ground now with sod, new basket locations on several of the new 9, and several all new holes. I'm thinking of having a best shot with pro/advanced division 9 am. Pass the word at Jtown, Be there, or be square!
Daniel W. Osysko February 8, 1989 - May 3, 2015 Manhattan, Illinois
Age 26 of Manhattan, passed away on Sunday, May 3rd, 2015.
Daniel is survived by his loving family, mother, Loretta Osysko (Dunworth), aunts & uncles, Ron Grove, Alan (Nancy) Grove, Tom Grove, Janice Osysko, cousins, Gail (Nathan) Grove, Michelle Donnelley, Lisette Grove, Ron (Amy) Grove and many friends. Daniel was preceded in death by his father, Fred Osysko, Jr., grandparents, William & Blanche Dunworth (Domurat), Fred & Clem Osysko, Sr., (Kafka) and aunt Nancy Grove. Daniel was a member of the Professional Disc Golf Association and was also employed by the Jewel Food Store in New Lenox for the past 10 years. Family will receive friends on Wednesday, May 6th, 2015 from 3:00 to 8:00 PM at Kurtz Memorial Chapel, 102 E. Francis Road, New Lenox, IL 60451. Funeral service, Thursday, May 7th, 2015 at 10:00 AM at the funeral home. Interment will be private. For information, www.kurtzmemorialchapel.com or 815-485-3200.
7th J-Town One Disc Challenge West Park Short Tees 1 Round of 24 or 27 Holes Friday June 5, 2015 Registration Closes at 5:45 P.M. Start about 6:00 P.M.
An IL State Fundraiser. $5 from each entry will go towards the 33rd Illinois State Disc Golf Championships on July 18 & 19, 2015.
• Choose & declare (with group) ONE disc for the round. For each time you lose your disc you can declare another disc with a 2-stroke penalty. If you throw the wrong disc it’s a 2-stroke penalty for each throw.
• Multiple Free CTP holes will be set-up.
Open $20.00 1 Trophy Advanced $15.00 1 Trophy Amateur $15.00 1 Trophy Women $15.00 1 Trpohy
Top 1/3 will receive MONEY! NON-SANCTIONED
$2.00 ACE FUND (optional) $3.00 50/50 CTP (optional)
For More Information Contact: Jesse Saenz Jr. (630) 759-6818 or email@example.com Check out jtowndicgolf.com for more local & regional Disc Golf information
The 2015 SL Award or better known as The 2015 Shitiest Luck Award!
The award will go to the player with the Shitiest luck from September 2014 – September 2015. We will announce the winner at the 2015 J-Town Fest and the recipient will receive the big ol’ shitty traveling trophy for the year. Last year Richard Walsh won the award and he is currently traveling around with the shitty trophy. Players with shitty luck will not be forgotten. Please help me keep track of all the players with shitty luck this year and we'll determine who had the shitiest. Thanks and I'll see you soon!