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Boyce, Sue Lynn (nee Vlosak) Age 56. Courageous 16 year breast cancer survivor. Loving wife and best friend of Michael Boyce (Ret. C.P.D./CCSO); loving mother of Caitlin (Brian) Boyce-Brejcha and Michael Boyce; devoted daughter of Estelle (David) Holloway and Bernard (Dianne) Vlosak; dear sister of Pamela (Donald) Reynolds, Joseph (Laura) Vlosak, Kimberly (James) Siroky, Lisa (William) Starcevich and Britani Holloway; dear daughter-in-law of Dolores (late William) Boyce; sister-in-law of Bridget (Richard) Blumer, Kimberly (Thomas) Maloney, Kathleen (Joseph) Vyvijal and William Donovan; beloved aunt of Rachel (Daniel), Samantha, Meghan (Brian), Nicholas, Andrew, Hannah, Lyndsay, William, Benjamin, Thomas, Edward (Alicia), Michael (Leigh), Matthew, Brian, Kathryn, Kevin, Shannon and Elizabeth. Known for her generosity and kindness to all, Sue was a hero to many and an inspiration to all. Sue enjoyed working in her garden and was devoted to her family and friends. Co-founder of the Queen of Martyrs Youth Ministry. A Girl Scout Troop Leader and avid Chicago White Sox and Blackhawks fan. She served on the Queen of Martyrs Home and School and Altar & Rosary Society boards. Sue was named the Queen of Martyrs Altar and Rosary Woman of the Year in 2007. She will be deeply missed and remembered for her courage and determination. Funeral Saturday 9:00 a.m. from The Brady-Gill Funeral Home, 16600 S. Oak Park Ave., Tinley Park to Queen of Martyrs Church. Mass 10:00 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Visitation Friday 2:00-9:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to L.C.M. Hospice, 9800 Southwest Highway, Oak Lawn, IL 60453 or Rush University Hospital Oncology Dept., 1700 W. Van Buren St. Suite 250, Chicago, IL 60612 are appreciated. 708-614-9900 or www.bradygill.com

Published in Chicago Sun-Times on Aug. 7, 2014
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