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Trenton Sun Page 6 - Obituaries Wednesday, March 12, 2014 Wayne Hobbs, Sr. Wayne Russell Hobbs, Sr., 74, of Highland, died Sunday, March 9, 2014 at his home. He was born November 16, 1939 in Trenton, son of Willlam and Marie Hobbs, nee Haas, and they preced- ed him in death. Other precedents in- cluded a son, Tracy Allen Hobbs, who died April 19, 2009, and brothers Ray- mond, Larry, Terry, and Gene Hobbs. He married Norma J. Vosholler on December 17, 1966 at St. Paul Catholic Church in Highland, and she survives at home. Also surviving are a daughter, Starla K. (How- ard) Schuchardt of High- land; a son, Wayne R. "Chip" Hobbs, Jr. of High- land; and two grandsons, Lance Corporal Hunter W. Schuchardt, USMC of USS Boxer in the Pacific, and Cody M. Schuchardt of Highland. Mr. Hobbs was retired from Ford Motor Com- pany after 30 years, three months of service. He was a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, serv- ing from 1959 to 1963 with duty in the South Pacific. He was a member of United Auto Workers in Hazelwood, Missouri. He enjoyed his grandsons, *,ravel, baseball (especially Lhe Cubs), gardening, .and John Wayne. There will be a memo- rial service Friday, March 14, 2014 from Spengel- Boulanger Funeral Home in Highland. Interment St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery in Highland. Friends may call Thurs- day from 4 to 8 p.m., and Friday from 8 to 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Memo- rial to Heartland Hospice. Condolences to Paul Hilmes Paul B. Hilmes, 80, of Breese, died Sunday, March 9, 2014 at Breese Nursing Home. He was born October 8, 1933 in Germantown, son of Ben and Frances Hiim- es, nee Theising, and they preceded him in death. He married Agnes Deit- ers on February 13, 1956 at St. Dominic Catholic Church in Breese, and she died May 6, 2012. Children and siblings also preceded him. Children, grandchil- dren, in-laws, other rela- tives, and friends survive. Mr. Hilmes was a re- tired dockhand from Southern Farms Egg Plant in Germantown. He was a member of St. Augustine Catholic Church. The funeral was Tues- day from St. Augustine Catholic Church in Breese. Interment St. Dominic-St. Augustine Cemetery. Memorials to Hospice of Southern Illinois will be received through Moss Fu- neral Home in Breese. For full obituary and condolences, Catherine Graham Catherine T. Graham, nee Webb, 103 years old, of New Baden, formerly of Fairview Heights, born Sat- urday, November 26, 1910, in Hunter, Missouri, died Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at Terrace on the Park in Mascoutah. Mrs. Graham was a re- tired secretary at the Na- tional City Stockyards. She was a member of Win- stanley Baptist Church, Fairview Heights, Friend- ship Class at Church, Rob Morris Chapter 98 O.E.S., Judea Shrine #14 W.S.J., Fairview Heights Senior Citizens, John Fritz Chap- ter Railroad and Business Professional Womens Club. She was preceded in death by her husband, Clar- ence N. Graham; parents Thomas W. and Martha Webb, nee Pulliam; a son, Clarence A. Graham; a daughter, velma L. Idoux; brothers Samuel A. Webb, Carl C, Webb, and Thomas B. Webb; sisters Lue Se- crease, Zella Roy, Lilly M. Hill, and Della B. Mason. Surviving are her sis- ters, Clara Vincent and El- len Staub; grandchildren, Kathy (Michael) Smith, Thomas (Cathy) Crosby, Timothy Crosby, Angela Wagner, Albert "Curly" Graham, Laura (Mani) Sa- dasivam, Theresa Idoux, and Daniel (Nancy) Idoux; 12 great grandchildren, and 13 great great grandchil- dren. The funeral was March 6, 2014 at Hunter Baptist Church. Interrrient Mount Carmel Cemetery near Ellsinore, Missouri. Condolences to Prayer to St. Anthony O good and gentle St. Anthony, your love of god and "concern for his creatures made you worthy, while on earth, to posses miraculous powers, Miracles waited on your word, which you were always ready to request'for those in trouble or anxiety. Encouraged by this thought, I implore you to obtain for me (your request). The answer to my prayer may require a miracle. Even so, you are the saint of miracles. Gentle and loving St. Anthony, whose heart is ever full of human sympathy, take my petition to the Infant Savior for whom you have such great love, and the gratitude of my heart will ever be yours. Amen (Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory). Thank you St. Anthony. B.B. Backing you up We all know insurance and investing is complicated. That's why your COUNTRY representative, a person you know and trust, is backed by a team of experts. And the COUNTRY team is here to help you with auto, home, life insurance and investments. Call me today to get started. % Ken i Haselhorst Breese 618-526-4541 ken.haselhorst@ FINANCIAL Investment management, feurement, trust, and anning servces provi by COUNTRY Trust Bank' (800) 422261. SeCUltles prnducs are offere thrC.ugh COUNTRY' Capital Management Company. BlOOmington. L 61702-2222, Memter RNRA/SIPC 0920134)1505AC For the best coverage of West Clinton Cou news, s00scsribe tO THE SUN! More than one in five Americans are living with some type of disability or 'special challenge, and many more are at risk for develop- ing or acquiring one in their lifetime due to illness, injury or aging. It's important to remem- ber that disasters can strike quickly and without warn- ing, forcing people to evacu- ate or be confined to their home. A new term in emer- gency management is Func- tional Needs - anyone who may have special challenges before, during, and/or after an incident because of need- ing assistance in one of the following five areas: Maintaining Indepen- dence: the individual may require assistance with the activities of daily living. Communication: the individual may have diffi- culty communicating in the STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CLINTON COUNTY IN PROBATE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM E. RENTH, Deceased. No. 14-P-13 English language, hearing announcements, seeing di- rectional signs and under- standing instructions. Transportation: the individual may need assis- tance with accessible vehi- cles for travel, walking to or reaching mass transit loca- tions for evacuation and/or shelter. Supervision: the indi- vidual may lose the hel p of primary caregivers and be uncomfortable in new envi- ronments such as young chil- dren, the elderly, people with dementia or folks struggling with various other psychiat- ric or cognitive conditions. Medical Care: the in- dividual may need trained medical professionals to as- sist with or manage unsta- ble, terminal or contagious conditions. People with developmen- tal disabilities or other chal- lenges, their family mem- bers, and caregivers should make plans ahead of time to protect themselves and PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CLINTON COUNTY, ILLINOIS IN PROBATE NO. 2014-P-11 IN RE the Matter of the Estate of DOLORES SAI-rERFIELD, Deceased CLAIM NOTICE Notice is given to creditors of the death of William E. Renth (aka W. E. Renth). Letters of Office were issued to Betty L. Renth, whose address is P. O. Box 58, New Baden, IL 62265, and Richard D. Heil, whose address is 510 Raven Grove, Shiloh, IL 62221, as co- representatives whose attorney of record is MATHIS, MARIFIAN CLAIM NOTICE Notice is given of the death of DOLORES SA'I-I-ERFIELD, of Trenton, Illinois. Letters of Office were issued on 14th day of February, 2014 to Larry Satterfield, 9 .Lakespur Drive, New Baden, IL 62265, whose attorney is Stanley M. Brandmeyer, 201 East Hanover, New Baden, IL 62265. Claims against the estate may be filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court at the Clinton County Courthouse, 850 Fairfax, & RICHTER, LTD., 23 Public Carlyle, IL 62231; Attn.: Probate Square, Suite 300, P.O. Box 307, Division. Claims must be filed Belleville, [L 62222. Claim,': with the representative and the against the estate may be filed in court, or both. Within 10 days the Circuit Clerk's office, Clinton County Courthouse, Carlyle, Illinois, or with the co- representatives, or both, on or before the 5th day of September, 2014. Any claim not filed on or before that date is barred. Copies of a claim filed with the clerk must be mailed or delivered by the claimant to the representative and to the attorney within ten (10) days after it has been filed. Betty L. Renth and Richard D. Heil, Co-Representatives Patrick B. Mathis, #03124726 Beth K. Flowers, #6289488 Mathis Marifian & Richter, Ltd. 23 Public Square, Ste. 300 P.O. Box 307 Belleville, IL 62222 Telephone No. (618) 234-9800 after a claimant files his claim with the court, the claimant (1) shall cause a copy of the claim to be mailed or delivered to the representative and to his attor- ney of record, and (2) shall file with the court proof of any required mailing or delivery of copies. (755 ILCS 5/18-1). Claims against this estate must be filed on or before 6 months from the first date of publication of this Notice, or 3 months from the date of mailing or delivery of this notice, which- ever is later, and any claim not filed on or before that period is barred. This notice is published in compliance with the provisions of (755 ILCS 5/18-3). ROD KLOECKNER Clerk of the Circuit Court Stanley M. Brandmeyer #06198036 Attorney at Law 201 East Hanover New Baden, IL 62265 (618) 588-3020 / Fax 588-3024 CLINTON COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE 850 Fairfax Street Carlyle, IL 62231 March 18, 2014 Primary Election Voting Schedule ABSENTEE VOTING. February 6, 2014 - March 17, 2014 .Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM All applicants must qualify under state law. GRACE PERIOD VOTING February 19, 2014 - March 15, 2014 Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Voters who missed voter registration or updating voter registration by February 18, 2014 will be required to register and vote the same day in the County Clerk's Office. EARLY VOTING March 3, 2014 - March 15, 2014 Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Registered Voters Who Wish To Vote Before Election Day Will Be Required To Show Valid Photo Identification. LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE February 18, 2014 Last day for registration or transfer of registration in the County Clerk's Office, /'The County Clerk's Office Will Be Open.' Saturday, March 1st For In-Person Voting / 9:00 AM- 12:00 PM [ Saturday, March 15th For In-Person Voting ) 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM j their loved ones in the event of an emergency. Training in emergency prepared- ness and response can be empowering for individuals with functional needs and planning ahead can help support their ability to live independently. For example, potential challenges to plan for may include: clinics or doctors' offices that might be closed, grocery stores and pharmacies may run out of food or necessary medical supplies, streets and side- walks might be impassable, or caregivers might be un- able to travel. Some tips for individuals with functional needs include: Develop a back-up plan. Identify caregivers, friends, family, neighbors or others who live close by and might be able to help during an emergency. Stock up on food, water, and any necessary prescrip- tion medications, medical supplies or equipment. Have enough to last at least a week. Make a list of emergency contacts and keep it handy. Keep a charged car bat- tery or generator at home. It can power electric wheel, chairs and .other motorized medical equipment if there is an electricity outage. Learn about alternate transportation and routes. Understand the respon- sibilities and limitations of a "first responder" (for ex- ample, members of your lo- cal fire department of law enforcement office) during a disaster. Sign up in advance for the Disaster Registry in your lo- cal area. Practice your plans often. For more information on' emergency preparedness, check out www.disability. gov. SECTION 00 11 13 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS BOARD OF EDUCATION WESCLIN COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 3 10003 STATE ROUTE 160 TRRENTON, ILINOIS 62293 will receive sealed bids for construction of: INTERIOR RENOVATIONS WESCLIN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 10003 STATE ROUTE 160 TRENTON, ILLINOIS 62293 FGM PROJECT NO.: 14-1717.01 DATE: MARCH 10, 2014 according to Contract Documents prepared by FGM Architects Inc., 475 Regency Park, Suite 200, O'Falton, Illinois 62269; phone 618.624.3364; fax 618.624.3369. PROJECT DESCRIPTION Work consists of interior renovations to the existing Wesclin Junior High School, located at 10003 State Route 160, Trenton, Illinois. TIME AND PLACE OF BID OPENING The Owner will receive sealed bids until 2:00 p.m. local time; April 10, 2014 at the Wesclin Community Unit School District Office, 10003 State Route 160, Trenton, Illinois. Bids will be opened publicly and read aloud at the above address. A Pre-bid Conference is scheduled for March 19, 2014 at i0:00 a.m. at Wesclin Community Unit School District Office, 10003 State Route 160, Trenton, Illinois. This meeting is not mandatory but it is strongly recommended that all interested bidders visit site prior to bidding. CONTRACT TYPE Bids will be based on a single lump sum general construction con- tract. Bids shall include not less than the prevailing hourly wage rate deter- mined by the Illinois Department of Labor. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS Contract documents may be examined on and after March 12, 2014 at the following plan rooms: MCGRAW-HILL DODGE ON LINE SERVICES ONLY McGraw-HillConstuction/Dodge www. SOUTHERN ILLINOIS BUILDERS 1468 Green Mount Road, PO Box 1390 O'Fallon, IL 62269 CENTRAL ILLINOIS PLAN ROOM 1620 South 5th Street Springfield, Illinois 62703 Contract documents may be obtained at the office of Snow Printing, 6428 Old St. Louis Road, Belleville, Illinois 62223, telephone number 618.233.0712; fax 618.25.3331, by depositing a check in the amount of $100.00 per set, payable to Wesclin Community Unit School Dis- trict #3. Deposit checks will be returned to Bidders who return the documents to Snow Printing Company in good condition within 10 clays after the opening of bids. A plan holders/bidders listwill be available for viewing by visiting Sets will be mailed to applicants from Snow Printing for an additional flat handling-and-mailing charge of Fifteen dollars ($15.00) per set, for which a separate check shall be issued, payable to Snow Printing. Charge is not refundable. Contractors may obtain up to two (2) copies of contract documents. BID STIPULATIONS: Bid security is required in the amount of Ten percent (10%) of Pro- posal, made payable unconditionally to the Owner. Security shall be certified check, cashier's check or bid bond issued by surety licensed to conduct business in the State of Illinois. Within ten (10) days after notification of award of contract, the suc- cessful Contractor shall furnish a Performance Bond and Payment Bond in the amount of 100 percent of the contract and the payment of all obligations arising thereunder using a form similar to the AIA 312 TM Form, or one acceptable to Owner. The Performance Bond will become a part of the Contract. The failure of the successful bidder to enter into contract and supply the required bond and Certificates of Insurance within ten (10) days after the prescribed forms are presented for signature, or within such extended period as the Owner may grant, shall constitute a default. The Owner reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities and irregularities in any bid, or to make awards in the best interests of the Owner. BY ORDER OF BOARD OF EDUCATION --For more Notices, see page 9