Carol Fanelli Obituary (2021) – Lansing, IN

Carol Ann Bybee Fanelli

CALUMET CITY, IL – Carol Ann Bybee Fanelli, 77 years old from Calumet City, IL, formerly from Dolton, IL, passed away on November 11, 2021 with her loving family. Carol Ann leaves behind her loving daughters: Sherry Fanelli and Carmella (Brandon) Beller; precious grandchildren: Alana Fanelli, Mary Michel and Laura Sanchez; her siblings: Shirley, Sharon, David, Lawrence, Paul Grabinski and Gerry (Marty) Cardello; and her loving extended family, the Sanchez, nieces, nephews and many great friends. Her stepchildren also survive: Carmela (Roger) Smith, Bill Fanelli and David (Denise) Fanelli. And her loving pets: Craig, Charlie, and George, plus big dog Charlie and big cat Morris.

Carol Ann was the daughter of Arthur Grabinski and Dorothy Janetzky and her adoptive parents were Anne and Orville Bybee. Carol Ann preceded her loving husband in death: William Fanelli; Parents: Arthur and Dorothy and adoptive parents Anne and Orville, siblings: Marjorie Lou Rhinehart, William Ray Bybee, Donald Gene Bybee, Delores, Elaine and Donna Grabinski and pets: Max, Sparky, Bigboy, Lilly, Daisy and Poppy, and her parrot poncho .

Friends are invited to visit Carol Ann’s family on Thursday, November 18, 2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the Schroeder-Lauer Funeral Home, 3227 Ridge Rd., Lansing, IL. Funeral services for Carol will be held on Friday, November 19, 2021, beginning with closing prayer at 9:30 a.m. at the funeral home and continuing to St. Ann Catholic Church, 3010 Ridge Rd., Lansing, IL at 10:00 a.m. Mass des Christian burial. The funeral will be punctually at 1:00 p.m. at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery, 20953 Hoff Rd., Elwood, IL. Instead of flowers, we would appreciate donations to Carol’s family.

Carol loved life. She loved everything outdoors. She loved doing everything with her family: baking, cooking, camping, bowling, crafting, decorating, Elvis, walking to Centennial Park and the fairground, etc. Carol attended Fenger High School class in January 1965. If possible, please wear Elvis clothing for the viewing. Due to Covid concerns, a mask is required.

Published by The Times on November 17, 2021.

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