Chase, Lillian I. Lillian is survived by her brother, James Sehr; her sister, Ruth Trudeau; her six children, Douglas Chase, Larry Chase, Pamela Chase, Deborah Chase, Laura Chase, and Leslie Urbanik. She is also survived by her loving companion of 34 years, Donald Evers. Lillian was a loving mother and friend. She loved singing, square dancing, country western dancing, playing bingo, and helping others. She will always be in our hearts and loved forever.

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  1. Leslie, Laura, Debbie, Pam, Doug & Larry, my heart goes out to you. I remember the fun times we shared at your Mom’s house. She was such a generous person and was like a Mother to me.I will never forget her beautiful voice as she sang Patsy Cline while she was cleaning the house. I hope God gives you comfort in these most difficult times. My heart aches for you.You are all in our prayers!

  2. I hope that you all do a celebration of life for your Mother. She was a great friend to me and I know you will all miss her. One of my favorite memories is her going to play bingo and square dancing with Don…the love of her life.

  3. Dear Lillian, Because of you I have a beautiful wife and son, Leslie and Bobby III. You will live on in our hearts and memories. Love, your favorite son in law, Bob Urbanik

  4. Leslie, Bob & Bobby III, We’re thinking of you and send our deepest sympathy at this sad time. Your Mom will be in our prayers. With love, Mom & Dad Urbanik

  5. Dearest Mother, I miss you dearly!! I am greatful that you are in a better place. You don’t have to be in pain or scared anymore. I am certain that you are up there singing for everyone! And I have no doubt that you are dancing it up. I miss going out to karaoke with you and entering contests. That was so fun. You were the best singer ever! I know that I cannot compare but the voice I do have I got from you and my drive to sing was always from you! I always wanted what you had. I remember sitting around your kitchen table and sharing all of your stories! I loved that. And nobody could make a pot of coffee like you could! Or pot roast, pot pie, and sh.. on a shingle! I remember calling you so much before you got ill and always getting the best advice. I will never “get over losing you” but I know that you are happy now.! I have a thousand words in my heart to write but you know what they are. I love you Mommy! Forever! Leslie

  6. Dearest Lillian I will never be able to thank you enough for being there for Mary-Jo and Nicky. You and I became like sisters. You will always be in my Heart and Prayers. We had such good times together. Love to hear you beautiful voice singing, now you can sing for the angels and all in Heaven. I will miss you….

  7. Mom, You were my best friend and I am so grateful that I was able to spend all those years living together. I am grateful that my children had the privelege of knowing you so well. I keep your memory alive with them and they talk and ask about you often. I thank you for being the best mother you could be and for instilling in me values and manners and for making me feel like I was the greatest thing on earth. I am trying to pass on what you taught me, to Cela and rio. Mom, they love you so. I miss you more than words can say. I hope you are “on that cruise” we always talked about. See you soon…

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