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  • Mixed-media artist Barbara Aubin dies

     Mixed-media artist Barbara Aubin dies
    Barbara Aubin, a Chicago artist and art teacher, helped start the Chicago Women's Caucus for Art in the early 1970s and taught for years at Chicago State University. Ms. Aubin, 86, died of ascending cholangitis caused by an infection of the bile duct on...
  • Devan H. Popat, partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman

    Devan H. Popat, partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman
    Devan H. Popat was promoted to partner at law firm Katten Muchin Rosenman in Chicago in the Real Estate practice focusing on commercial real estate matters. Popat received his law degree from Loyola University Chicago School of Law and his bachelor's...
  • Kristin G. Bagull, partner, Arnstein & Lehr

    Kristin G. Bagull, partner, Arnstein & Lehr
    Chicago law firm Arnstein & Lehr has hired Kristin G. Bagbull as a partner in its Estate Planning & Probate Administration practice in Chicago. Her practice is focused on taxation and estate planning, and she advises clients on aspects of asset...
  • Kyle A. Vasquez, attorney, Polsinelli

    Kyle A. Vasquez, attorney, Polsinelli
    Law firm Polsinelli has hired attorney Kyle A. Vasquez in its Health Care Practice, where he will work from the Chicago office. He focuses his practice on 340B drug discount programs, including audit and compliance, reimbursement and enrollment strategy,...
  • Opinion of death by caregivers evolves

     Opinion of death by caregivers evolves
    The actions of an elderly Elmhurst man — committing homicide and suicide — inside his family's tidy bungalow last Saturday have fed into a complex debate about death at the hands of family or other caregivers of the elderly and severely...
  • Former ISBA president Thomas Leahy dead at 62

    Attorney Thomas Leahy combined skill and compassion in his work as a trial lawyer primarily for plaintiffs in personal injury, medical malpractice and wrongful death cases. "Tom had an innate sense of justice and his competitive nature really worked...
  • Parents: Woman charged with kidnapping at O'Hare is mentally ill, 'not a criminal'

    Parents: Woman charged with kidnapping at O'Hare is mentally ill, 'not a criminal'
    For a week, John and Bridget Etoh searched for their missing daughter. She hadn’t responded to several phone calls, and they feared she was off her medication and wandering the streets of Chicago. They finally found Olachi Etoh on Wednesday, her...
  • Foys is Tribune Editorial Board community member

     Foys is Tribune Editorial Board community member
    Editor's note: Bob Foys, of Chicago, is the latest Tribune reader to join the editorial board as its community member. Foys, 74, was born and raised in Pilsen and has lived in the Chicago area for 60 years. He taught writing and literature at the...
  • Michael J. Howlett Jr., Cook County judge, 1948-2014

     Michael J. Howlett Jr., Cook County judge, 1948-2014
    Michael J. Howlett Jr., son of a former Illinois secretary of state, was an accomplished attorney, popular law professor and a Cook County judge. "He was one of the best judges and nicest men I ever met," said Judge William Bauer of the 7th U.S. Circuit...
  • The Rev. Thomas W. Strieter, civil rights champion, 1933-2014

    The Rev. Thomas W. Strieter, civil rights champion, 1933-2014
    The Rev. Thomas W. Strieter and his wife, Doris, had recently finished editing the third in a series of six volumes on the homilies of outspoken Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero, who was assassinated in 1980 while in church celebrating Mass. It was...
  • Sister Suzanne Zuercher, nun who specialized in psychology, 1931-2014

     Sister Suzanne Zuercher, nun who specialized in psychology, 1931-2014
    Sister Suzanne Zuercher lived for 63 years as a member of a monastic community of Benedictine sisters, but she was fully engaged with the world around her. "While she was very attuned to spiritual life, she was also in contact with an incredible...