Alberta Frintner, 86

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Alberta Frintner (nee Ilg), 86, of LaGrange Park and formerly of Brookfield and Fontana, Wisconsin, died July 2, 2020.

Born June 30, 1934, she worked as a bank teller for more than 20 years at First National Bank of Brookfield prior to retirement. She was a resident of Brookfield for more than 40 years.

Ms. Frintner was the wife of the late Edward William Frintner III; the mother of Linda (Dean) Cada, Judy Frintner, Sharon (Paul) Ranieri, Steven (Mary) Frintner, David (Mary Pat) Frintner and Joan Timberlake; the grandmother of Kellene (Matthew) O'Connell, Katie (Jeff) Thiede, DeeDee (Jim Croke) Cada, Adam (Michelle) Kranz, Daniel Ranieri, Reese and Jack Timberlake, Michael, Megan, Sean, Nathaniel and Carly Frintner; the great-grandmother of Brady O'Connell, August Thiede, Blake Kranz and Quinn O'Connell; the sister of the late William (the late Ann) Ilg and the late Victor (Josephine) Ilg; and the aunt of many nieces and nephews.

Due to COVID-19 precautions, a private funeral Mass will take place at St. John of the Cross Church, Western Springs. Interment is private.  

Memorials are appreciated to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, 150 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 1550, Chicago, 60601 (give.cff.org) or St. Thomas Hospice, 119 E. Ogden Ave., #111, Hinsdale, 60521  

Hitzeman Funeral Home, Brookfield, handled arrangements. 

For an extended version of the obituary, please visit hitzemanfuneral.com/alberta-frintner-nee-ilg.

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