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20 | November 9, 2017 | The highland park landmark faith In Memoriam Lisa Maree Hunn Lisa Maree Hunn, 43, of Highland Park, died Oct. 2. She was the third of four sisters and was a 5 pound 6 ounce preemie, who grew into a natural beauty, instinctively knowing how to gain the attention of everyone she met. She spent the majority of her much-too-short adult life residing in Napa, Beverly Hills and for a while in Austin, Texas and Highland Park, Illinois. Hunn was a talented artist who had a keen eye and an appreciation for class and style. She will be remembered for her exceedingly sharp mind, her ability to create swift and clever retorts, her hysterical sense of humor, her cooking skills, and an unbridled determination to march to the beat of her own drum and live life on her own terms. She was very passionate about her dogs and loved them dearly. Multiple System Atrophy slowly stole her movement, speech and dignity, but could not claim her determination. She is survived by her mother, Diana (Robert Bunker) Day Cooper; sisters, Wendy Hatoum and Michelle (Mike Cox); six nieces and three nephews; many aunts, uncles and cousins; her dogs, Bijou and Mimi. A visitation was held in Riverton, Utah. In lieu of flowers, donations to Multiple System Atrophy Coalition, www. multiplesystematrophy. org/donate-now, or Rescue Rovers,, would be appreciated. Rose Morelli Zerrien Rose Morelli Zerrien, 88, formerly of Highland Park, died Oct. 20. She is survived by her children, Rodney, Edward (Andrea), Michael (Virginia), Rose (Steve) Van Epps and Theresa; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services were held at Kelley and Spalding Funeral Home. Interment at Ascension Cemetery. Sharlee M. Frey Sharlee M. Frey (nee Mayer), 97, of Lake Forest, died Oct. 29. Frey attended DePauw University in 1942 where she graduated magna cum laude. Throughout her life she was active in her community. During World War II, she volunteered in the Red Cross at Wesley Memorial Hospital, now Northwestern Hospital, in Chicago. Later, as a resident in Highland Park, she was president of Highland Park Women’s Club, as well as their program director for two terms. She was a Cub Scout leader for her son’s troop. Later, she led the Girl Scout troop for daughters. Frey was active in the Highland Park Presbyterian Church, she volunteered to teach Sunday school and played the piano for the youth church services. Frey was a voracious reader, skillful bridge player, world traveler, with a life-long love of learning. She had a profound love for nature and drew inspiration and her own spiritual well-being from nature’s beauty. She was married the love of her life Robert J. Marshalee (deceased). Have someone’s life you’d like to honor? Email b.kapa@22ndcenturymedia. com with information about a loved one who was part of the Highland Park/Highwood community. Faith Briefs Christ Church (1713 Green Bay Road, Highland Park) The Cove Spywars 6:15-9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 10. All are welcome to one of the most fun events of the year...SPY WARS! Pizza will be available for purchase for $5. For more information, contact Seth McCumber at smccum Trinity Episcopal Church (425 Laurel Ave., Highland Park) Men’s Lunch Group Noon-1 p.m. Thursdays. Contact Peter Barber for more information and locations at pbarber@koeni Food for Thought Food donations will be collected during the 10 a.m. mass Sunday, Nov. 12. Food For Thought provides food for families who are food insecure. Youth Group - Food Drive Students will organize a food drive to benefit a local food pantry Sunday, Nov. 12. Donations will be taken to the local pantry after Sunday service. Immaculate Conception Parish (770 Deerfield Road, Highland Park) Mistletoe Market 2017 The annual Mistletoe Market Craft and Gift Show plus Cookie Walk is scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 5, from 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Admission is free. For more information, check the Immaculate Conception website at www.icpar Submit information for The Landmark’s Faith page to Brittany Kapa at b.kapa@22ndcenturymedia. com. The deadline is noon on Thursday. Questions? Call (847) 272-4565 ext. 35. InsIde every Issue Remarkable Transitions. Check in with Chicago’s favorite athletes and find out what life has brought them after sport in the regular feature, What Now? Unique storytelling is why Chicagoly is celebrated by critics and readers alike. Don’t miss another issue. Subscribe today. Former Chicago Bulls forward Horace Grant highland park the highland park landmark | November 9, 2017 | 21