Arthur W. Hambel, 87, telephone company employee

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Arthur William Hambel, 87, of North Riverside, died April 2, 2014.

Mr. Hambel was born Sept. 4, 1926. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II and worked as a district manager for the telephone company prior to retirement.

He was the husband of the late Margaret Hambel (nee Krusel); the father of Kimberly (John) Schaeffer; the grandfather of Kathryn Sharp and Laura Sharp; and the brother of the late Mel Hambel, Dolores Willson and Glenn Hambel.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, April 19 at 11 a.m. at The Scottish Home, 2748 Desplaines Ave., North Riverside, 60546. Interment is private.

Memorial donations are appreciated to The Scottish Home.

Hitzeman Funeral Home, Brookfield, handled arrangements.

This article has been changed to update the date of the memorial service. It will be held April 19.

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