Arlene V. Cederberg

Arlene V. Cederberg, 85, a resident of Berwyn, IL , passed away Wednesday November 26, 2014 at Advocate Condell Medical Center. She was born April 16, 1929 in Chicago, IL. Arlene was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Round Lake Park, the Ladies Aid, and the Dorcas Society, and had worked as an executive secretary. Arlene is survived by her children Richard L. Cederberg Jr., Michael S. Cederberg, Beth A. Jeffers, her brother David (Camille) Haffner, and her sisters-in-law Gloria Haffner and Elayne Weber. She was preceded in death by her husband Richard Louis Cederberg Sr. whom she wed on October 23, 1949, her loving and dear son-in-law Michael Jeffers, her siblings Anna Mae (Willard) Ott, Ruth (William) Meyer, and John Paul Haffner, and her brother-in-law Robert Weber. Friends of the family may visit on Wednesday December 3, 2014 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Strang Funeral Chapel & Crematorium, 410 E Belvidere Rd. Grayslake IL 60030. A funeral service is scheduled for Thursday December 4, 2014 at 10:30am at St. Paul Lutheran Church 420 Greenwood Dr. Round Lake Park, IL. Interment will follow at Highland Memorial Park in Libertyville, IL. Memorials may be made to the family of Arlene Cederberg. For more information please log onto www.strangfuneral.org or contact (847)223-8122.

6 Responses to Arlene V. Cederberg

  • Sandra Reynolds Whiston says:

    Arlene was a beautiful woman, inside and out! I worked with her at Streeter Amet and at the College of Lake County, both in Grayslake, Illinois. She’s the kind of person who you never forget due to all of her good qualities. May she rest in peace. Sandy Reynolds Whiston

  • Richard Denikas says:

    I worked at the College Of Lake County and had the pleasure of knowing Arlene she was a pleasure to work with and will be missed. My condolences to the family.

  • Linda Drake says:

    To Arlene’s family and friends,

    I too worked with your mother at Streeter Amet in Grayslake in the 1960’s. She was a classy lady that we all admired very much. She was full of fun and life. We all loved Arlene. I thought of her often over the years.

    My deepest sympathy to her family. May you find comfort in knowing that other people care!

    Linda Drake, Sun City, AZ

  • Charlie Nystrom says:

    My condolences to the family. My wife, Betty, worked with Arlene at Streeter Amethyst in the sixties. When I started working at CLC, I usually tried to avoid the President’s office, unless I as there on demand. Talking to Arlene was often the best part of the trip. She was a wonderful lady. I find comfort that she is in a better place and strongly believe we will see her again when our time comes. It may well be that she and Betty have already met and talked of old times. My prayers are with the family, may the Lord provide comfort.
    Charlie,
    Waukegan

  • Sally M. Ericson says:

    Dear and sweet memories include my (all too brief) association with Arlene. The years I headed the Classified Senate Arlene was always available (to me personally) numerous times for advice and guidance in establishing communication and interaction with the other senates in the interest of achieving mutual goals.

  • John and Luci Forrest says:

    To the Cederberg family, ,

    Both of us have had the pleasure of getting to know Arlene while at College of Lake County. What a warm , very professional woman she was. Please accept our condolences. May she rest in peace.

    John and Luci Forrest