Adeline D. Kinman, age 91 of Glenwood, IL passed away peacefully on Thursday, July 23, 2020. Adeline (Doris) was comforted by family members at Munster Community Hospital in Munster, IN. at the time of her passing.
She is survived by her loving daughters; Melody (Lawrence) Fusinski, Debra McWilliams, grandson; Erick McGarel (Dorothy), granddaughters; Megan (John) Odom, Jennifer (Luis) Ramirez, and Emily (William) Leonard. Great grandchildren; Christian, Mercy, Jaime, Madden, Jordan, and Ashley.
She was preceded in death by her husband George Kinman, parents; Frank and Anna Prusinski, siblings; Casimir, Florian, Dorothy, and Frank. Adeline was born in Indiana on February 17, 1929.
She will always be known by her complete devotion and love to her family and love of God. She was loved by all who knew her and will never forget her quick wit and humor. Adeline will be fondly remembered and dearly missed. May her memory be eternal!
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Melody L Fusinski
Dearest mother, I miss you terribly! You are an Angel now in the loving arms of Jesus. My heart is broken and aches for you. No one could ask for a more dedicated, loving mother. We will be together again someday. I love you mom 💔
Art and Wanda Francisco
So sorry to hear of the passing of Aunt Doris. We both have many fond memories of her.
Jennifer and Luis Ramirez
Grandma, I love you more than words describe. Your passing has been the hardest thing I h0ave been through. You were more then a grandmother to me. You have taught me so much in my life and did everything with love. Loving, caring, happy and selfless are the words that describe you. You have always put all of your family first. You fought to the end and one of the strongest people I will ever know. You brought happiness to this world for 91 years. I will always remember all of the things you have tought me. You are my guardian angel and I love you so very much and I will never forget you. We will be together again.
Pastor Pam Kacys
Dear Melody, Debra, and family,
It was an honor to officiate the homegoing service for your kind and beautiful mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. I look forward to meeting Adeline when I get to Heaven. She clearly left a beautiful legacy of love that I see in each of you. I pray that God will give you peace and comfort your hearts. I am available if any of you need to talk. God bless you.
Pastor Pam Kacys