Rosalyn J. Malz
November 22, 1927 – July 30, 2019
Rosalyn J Malz nee Schickel 91 of Niles was born on November 22, 1927 to the late Frank and late Elizabeth Schickel and passed away July 30, 2019. Rosalyn was the beloved wife of Nicholas Malz; loving mother of Kathy Conley and Linda (Burt) Bucher; caring grandmother of Kurt (Ashley) Conley, Laura (Randy) Cohen, Katie (Kevin Grobart) Krischke, Christopher Conley and Mary (Stephen) Pursche; devoted great grandmother of Lucas, Jace, Charlotte, Olin, Alice, Kai, Emma and Hazel; dear sister of Carol (late Joseph) Prang and the late Steve Schickel; fond aunt to many nieces and nephews. Visitation Tuesday August 6 from 3-8pm at Oehler Funeral Home 2099 Miner St. Des Plaines, IL. Prayers will be said Wednesday August 7 at 9:15am at the funeral home and proceed to St. John Brebeuf Catholic Church 8307 N Harlem Niles IL. Mass 10am. Interment St Joseph Cemetery, River Grove, IL. Funeral info 847-824-5155 or oehlerfuneralhome.com
- Visitation Tuesday, August 6, 2019
- Funeral Mass Wednesday, August 7, 2019
- Committal Service Wednesday, August 7, 2019
Rosalyn J. Malz
August 4, 2019
Having a party? Call Nick and Rose!
Having a Lincoln discussion? Call Rose and Nick!
Going to a German Dance? Call Nick and Rose!
Can't believe 75+ years of friendship have passed by. We thought the baptisms, graduations, weddings and New Year's Eve parties would never end! But God has other plans.
We cherish the friendship our family had with Rose. We will always remember Rose as a Founding Member of the "United Youth Club". We remember the Christmas cards Rose sent every year with the wonderful personal notes inside.
But, of course, she's in a way better place. God Bless Rose and her Family.
The John Deppong Family
August 1, 2019
Dearest Father: As you know, Mother was the VERY BEST GRANDMOTHER THAT EVER LIVED to Kurt and Christopher (and MACK too!). We had a lot of fun all the many weekends you two came over to my house for a MACK “fix” and we all went out for dinner. Then all the Tuesday nights we shared dinner for the past four years before she went into the nursing home, mainly at Salernos. We shared a lot of laughs and good stories. I am so glad to have those memories now. I’m so very proud of you because you were such a loyal, loving husband to Mother, for almost 70 years!!! These past few years were so difficult for you being her caregiver, but you were there for her EVERY day. You have been the BEST role model of what a devoted spouse should be. You really LIVED your marriage vows, especially “in sickness and in health”. It is so easy to be devoted during the good times, but you stayed loyal during the difficult ones. It is said the best thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother. You did that. That makes you a VERY GOOD MAN! I am so sorry Mother’s gone, but you will ALWAYS be her Schatz and she will ALWAYS love you. AND I do too. Forever, Kathy ❤️