Condolence & Memory Journal

Mr.Dieterle was consummate gentlemen with my mom as various painting projects at our home. Very quiet and hard working and thoughtful, always. His obit speaks to that character. Condolences to my classmate Al and the whole Dieterle family.

Posted by Bill Hermes - Knoxville, TN - Friend   October 25, 2019

Everyone belonged in the Dieterle house! Whether you were there 5 minutes or all night! God Bless all of you at this time!

Posted by Rita VanWassenhove - Dixon, IL - Friend   October 25, 2019

Remembering the best.

Posted by Renee Webber now Gauchat - Lemont, IL - Classmate   October 22, 2019

Friend for many years. Always had time to visit and ask about our wellbeing.

Posted by David and Linda Geil - Sterling, IL   October 21, 2019

I knew Al from church but "really" got to know him when I was had the honor of writing his life story. I adore Al....and was not surprised at all to finally read his obituary written in the first person! ONLY AL! What a character and what a wonderful Christian, Catholic, and community member. I am delighted that he is with his dear wife and talking her ear off. What a wonderful life with a beautiful family at the core. Rejoice--Al is going to be missed but he is in a great place. He is my new Saint and I hope he has time to pray for me! Deepest sympathy to all Al's family and friends but most of all to his children-- congratulations on having a wonderful father and enjoying him for so many years. God Bless

Sheila Brune (and Sam too)

Posted by Sheila Brune - Sterling, IL - Friend   October 21, 2019

We are so saddened to learn of Al's passing. He and Mary were such great neighbors to my mother, Lora Hott. If there is anything I can do to help next door, please feel free to ask.
Brenda Reynolds

Posted by Brenda REYNOLDS - Sterling, IL - Friend   October 19, 2019