In Memoriam

As we are informed of the passing of a club member, spouse or immediate family member or the death of an Osco/Sav-on associate or former employee, we will post a write-up including bereavement details, job history and photos.  In addition to posting on the website, the memoriam may also appear in an edition of Connections.   If you have specific information or photos you would like to share please send via email to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   or via U.S. Mail to:

Osco/Sav-on Alumni Club
P.O. Box 1024
Lombard, Illinois 60148-8024

Visitors and club members are encouraged to post offering condolences, words of comfort and special recollectionsby clicking the Write Comment at the end of a write-up.   Log in to access all obituaries published prior to January 1, 2014.

On behalf of the Alumni Club, we extend our deepest sympathies to the families who have lost loved ones.

 

2020 November 10th: Sheryl Morris

Sheryl was a happy, fun-loving person who always had a good word to say about everybody.  She will be remembered by her big, infectious smile, laughter......and here adventurous spirit. She always took time to listen and made it a point to ask and know how each person she interacted with was doing. She was so genuine and cared deeply about her family and friends. You always felt loved when you were around Sheryl. Sheryl passed away on November 10th, at the age of 41, at home, surrounded by her loving family. She was born on May 26th, 1979 to Ramon and Herminia Lee in Manila, Philippines. The family relocated to Brisbane, Australia when Sheryl was four and later relocated to Pasadena, California when she was 20. Sheryl was Catholic and had a deep love for God and her family. She attended All Hallows Catholic Girls School in Brisbane, Australia and went on to graduate from The University of Queensland in Brisbane Australia, earning her BA in Psychology. Her first job in the stats, after obtaining her Class A driver’s license, was as a School Bus Driver. In 2003, Sheryl went to work for then Savon Drugs as a clerk and quickly earned her Technician license. After 17 years, and holding many job titles, she continued to do what she loved most…pharmacy and people. Her CVS Family was near and dear to her heart. In 2014, Sheryl married Ken Morris, which included here stepchildren, Zachary, Chase and Maclairyn Morris. In 2019, Sheryl and Ken grew their family further by giving birth to a beautiful baby girl “Kenslee”. She is survived by her parents Ramon and Her;minia Lee, Brother Ian Lee and sister Leeanne Nobleza.

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2020 November 16th: Jim and Maureen Holt

Jim Holt passed away after fighting a brain tumor for several months.  Maureen was diagnosed with liver cancer.  Jim’s wake was November 16th and during the wake the kids found out that Maureen had passed.  Additional details will be shared as they become available.

James A. Holt of Bridgewater passed away peacefully November 12, 2020 in his home surrounded by his loving family and friends after a courageous battle with cancer.  Jim was born and raised in Weymouth, MA and had been living in Bridgewater the past 21 years.  

Born September 15, 1955, Jim was the son of Ethel (Burrow) Holt and the late Alexander P. Holt. 

He married his soul mate, Maureen Kelly, in October of 1993 and they celebrated 32 years of bliss as a couple raising their family. Jim was also an honorary member of the Kelly family. Together they enjoyed countless weekends at their family home in New Hampshire, amazing family vacations, celebration parties and dinners together. He truly loved to be with his friends and family and always kept them close. Jim attended Weymouth public schools and went on to earn his Masters of Science from Northeastern University. He enjoyed an over 40 year career as a pharmacist and pharmacy manager and he cherished all of the many relationships he made at each of his stores.

Jim is survived by his beloved wife Maureen K. Holt of Bridgewater, cherished sons William A. Holt of Dorchester, and Sean P. Holt of Bridgewater, loving daughters Susan E. Holt of Quincy and Cynthia S. Krebs and her partner Len Lee of Duxbury, 3 beautiful granddaughters Elle, Reese and Ivy Krebs, and his sisters Carolyn Honeycutt of Washington State, Alison Hersey of Hingham and the late Nancy Holt of Weymouth. 

Visiting hours with Covid-19 restrictions will be held in the Prophett-Chapman Cole & Gleason Funeral Home 98 Bedford Street Bridgewater Tuesday, November 17th from 4-7pm.

In lieu of flowers, gifts may be made in honor of Jim to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA 02284-9168

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2020 November 9th: Tom Dyer

Tom's wife Kelly shared the following on Facebook.  Tom Dyer passed away this afternoon, November 9th from multiple COVID induced strokes.  Due to COVID restrictions a memorial service will be held at a later date.  Tom is one of over 238,000 Americans that have died in the United States during the pandemic.  Please wear a mask, social distance and protect those more fragile than yourself.  I had 32 years as Tom's wife and I am grateful for "almost" every single day.  If you know Tom that statement should make you smile!  If you are so inclined, please send a card to Eric.  He has many milestones ahead that he will face without his dad; Eric Dyer, 7780 Cardinal Cove North, Indianapolis, IN 46256

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2020 November 4th: Doug Fetzer

It is with great sadness that I let you know that a good friend, Doug Fetzer, just passed away.  He has been battling Alzeimers for sometime and this tragic illness finally took it’s toll.  Doug was a great friend in our business.  He was a true friend and a quiet man whose sense of humor could be seen in his sly smile.  An avid golfer and a great companion to all in the dog world, he will be greatly missed.  There will not be an obituary published.  RIP Doug

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