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Sterling Ryan of DeKalb, Illinois
Sterling Ryan 80 of DeKalb, IL passed away peacefully at home on Sunday March 22, 2015. Sterling was born in Kentucky on May 29, 1934 and was the son of Roscoe & Lillian Ryan. He moved as a child to DeKalb, IL he graduated from DeKalb High School in 1953, and married Florence Vodden on May 14, 1960.
For over 40 years, Sterling worked as a meat cutter for A&P, Spotlight Grocer and the Farm Bureau. He also worked for Bob Kyler Excavating and worked at NIU for 14 years before retiring.
Sterling was a faithful member of the First Baptist Church for 60 years and was a member of the Moose Club. In his youth he enjoyed riding his Harley motorcycle, riding horses, camping and spending time with family and friends.
Survivors include his beloved wife Florence, daughters Debbie (Kevin) Freeman, Donna (Bob) Cyrier, Darla (Brian Cook) Roach all of DeKalb and Diane (Jeff) Gelwicks of Loveland, CO. Grandchildren Matt (Laura) Freeman, Sarah (Adam) Smith, Courtney (fiancé Trevor Winters) Cyrier, Magen (fiancé Matt Jordan) Cyrier, Kaitlin Cyrier, Cassandra (Conrad) Knapik, Andy (Beulah) Roach, Jessica (Jonathan) James, Jake (Erika) Gelwicks. Great-Grandchildren; Hailey and Olivia Smith, Daniel, Dalilah, Alessandra Knapik, Tristan and Lily James. Numerous nieces, nephews and many close and special friends. He was proceeded in death by his parents, sisters Dorothy Votaw and Catherine Trotz.
The family would like to give a special thanks to: Dr. Thakkar, Heather, Kishwaukee Hospice (Linda) and all that cared for him at Kishwaukee Hospital, DeKalb County Rehab and the members of First Baptist Church.
Funeral service will be held on Wednesday March 25, 2015 at 11:00am in the First Baptist Church in DeKalb with Pastor Bob Edwards officiating. Burial will be immediately following the service at Fairview Park Cemetery in DeKalb. Visitation will be held on Tuesday March 24, 2015 from 4:00pm until 8:00pm in the Ronan-Moore-Finch Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers memorials can be made to the Sterling Ryan Memorial Fund. To send an online condolence visit: www.ronanmoorefinch.com. Arrangements have been entrusted to: Ronan-Moore-Finch Funeral Home 310 Oak St. DeKalb, IL, 60115 (815) 758-3841.
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Drug court helps Sycamore man fight addiction
Note to readers: This is the first story in an occasional series following a DeKalb County Drug and DUI court participant.
The arrival of a new year often means making resolutions and a fresh mindset.
Matt Jordan knows the decision to live a better life is done not only at the beginning of each year, but at the start of each day.
Jordan, 26, was arrested on drug charges in December 2010. He is in the fourth phase of a five-phase DeKalb County Drug and DUI Court program. He also has been sober almost 13 months.
“It took hitting the rock bottom to get back to it,” Jordan said. “I can’t just say, ‘I’m done doing drugs.’ I have to work at it. My life has improved 100 percent since I quit drinking and doing drugs.”
The DeKalb County Drug Court: Choosing Life and Ending Abuse Now program, a voluntary program that started in 2006, requires participants to complete treatment, appear in court, undergo drug testing and more.
Participants receive treatment and rehabilitation in a five-phase program; each phase takes about three months. Participants who don’t complete phases as they have agreed to may face sanctions, including community service or having to redo phases. In extreme cases, a participant may face jail time or be kicked out of drug court, drug court coordinator Marilyn Stromborg said.
Through his experience in drug court, Jordan said he’s learned a lot about the concept of his addiction being an actual disease.
He used to believe he partied too much and could stop when he wanted, but that wasn’t the case.
“Alcohol and drug addiction is a progressive disease,” he said.
Stromborg said Jordan is unique in how quickly he has been able to turn his life around. Staff do encounter some failures, she said, and it can be difficult to witness when they’ve come to know participants over a period of two or three years.
But when someone experiences success through drug court and embraces a sober lifestyle as Jordan continues to do, “it makes it all worthwhile,” Stromborg said.
‘Partying without an end in sight’
Jordan, who lives in Sycamore, began drinking and using drugs at a young age, experimenting with marijuana and alcohol at age 13.
When he moved out of his parents’ home around age 17, his drug use escalated. His life revolved around partying; he soon graduated to harder drugs and began selling drugs.
In 2005, at 20 years old, Jordan was charged twice in one week for driving under the influence and totaled a new car. Amid a life controlled by addiction, things seemed to go well and then crash, he said. Despite the DUI charges, his lifestyle continued, “partying without an end in sight, I guess,” he said.
Jordan later went through periods of using opiates or a cocktail of drugs. Reflecting on his history, he called it a dangerous, illegal and immoral lifestyle.
“I can say that with a clear head today,” Jordan said.
In 2010, he was using and selling cocaine, but stopped by late summer. But on Dec. 9, 2010, U.S. marshals arrived at Jordan’s workplace with an arrest warrant for charges of possessing and delivering cocaine.
Jordan spent two weeks in jail. When his attorney told him about drug court, he first denied being a drug addict, but agreed to give it a shot. Jordan received an assessment for drug court, and drug court coordinators spoke with police and prosecutors to decide if Jordan was someone who would benefit from the program.
He said that’s when it dawned on him how serious his history of abuse was.
“Thank God they let me into drug court,” Jordan said.
DeKalb County Public Defender Regina Harris said the structure, monitoring and constant reporting involved in drug court keep participants on track.
“I believe that it works for people who other things have failed for,” Harris said.
A contract participants sign includes requirements, what’s prohibited and what happens if they succeed or fail, she said, which can help tremendously.
“So, basically, they know going in, ‘These are my choices,’ ” Harris said. “And it puts the accountability right squarely where it needs to be.”
By March 2011, Jordan began a 90-day, inpatient treatment program, the first of his five phases. Drug court staff want participants in something recovery-based right away, he said.
“That’s really where I got my drug addiction education,” Jordan said.
While going through treatment, Jordan said he found it eye-opening to put his history with drugs and alcohol into words. He enjoyed working with a counselor and reconnected with his spiritual side.
Drug court participants are required to undergo frequent and random urine testing, attend counseling at the Ben Gordon Center, keep a journal and seek employment or enroll in school, Stromborg said. Jordan is now in Phase 4 and, having celebrated one year of sobriety at the beginning of December, hopes to graduate from drug court in May.
By graduation, Jordan said participants should be sober enough to be on their own in the world. Coping with daily struggles without turning to alcohol or drugs has been the test, he said. Those involved with Alcoholics Anonymous, where he learns how to live sober, have offered critical support, he said.
Jordan said it’s important to keep in mind that maintaining sobriety is a daily project. Once he began treatment, he decided his old life was killing him, and he couldn’t return to drugs.
“You’re not going to do very well in drug court if you don’t accept that you’re in drug court,” Jordan said.
He said he’s thankful for new friends that he has made throughout the process. Trying to live sober is tough, he said, and those who attempt to go it alone don’t get very far.
“A sober lifestyle kind of requires you to abandon your old life and start anew,” Jordan said.
Jordan has found success since deciding in his head and heart to make a change, Harris said. He wanted the life he knew he should have.
“He really looked at it as a life-and-death situation,” she said, calling him the “locomotive of drug court,” steadily continuing on a sober path.
Harris said drug court isn’t easy or soft. As Presiding Judge Robbin Stuckert likes to say, it probably is easier to spend time in prison than go through drug court, Stromborg said. But Jordan’s mindset has suited him well, Harris said.
“He’s a testament, really, to what people can do to change and to reinvent their lives and be the person they were meant to be before all their drug issues. And I’m really proud of him,” Harris said.
Jordan said he remains proactive about fighting his disease. He works at Accu Lab of Illinois in Sycamore and goes to drug court once a month. He said he’s now more confident, approachable and happy. And he’s started to have more hope.
“It’s just kind of how I’ve evolved,” Jordan said.
Matthew Jordan Jr. of Rochester, New Hampshire
Matthew Jordan Jr. May 30, 1989 – June 23, 2022
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Matthew James Jordan Jr., 33, passed away unexpectedly Thursday, June 23, 2022, in Rochester, N.H.
Matthew was born in Dover, N.H., to Kristan Welch and Matthew James Jordan Sr. He was a thrill-seeking, small-town boy who grew up in Nottingham, N.H. He graduated from Dover High School in 2008, where he met his first love, wife, and the mother of his children, Marcella Nachampassak. Together they brought four beautiful souls to this world, 10-year-old twins Caleb and Cameron, 8-year old-Colby, and 5-year-old Amelia, all of whom share their father’s last name.
Matt was a fun-loving and equally hardworking man of many skills, primarily landscaping. He was known for having a great sense of humor and his ability to make people laugh. What was most important to him, though, was dedicating his time and efforts to supporting and providing for those he loved. He was a true family man.
In addition to his wife, children, mother, father and stepmother Florita Jordan, he is survived by his devoted sisters Kelsi Jordan and Brianna Welch, three step sisters; Franscisca Waite, Samantha Brulotte, and Erin Jackson, and many more family members who will miss him and be forever dedicated to carrying on his memory, especially for his children as they grow up.
A celebration of life will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., Saturday, July 9, 2022, at Edgerly Funeral Home, 86 South Main St., Rochester, N.H. A reception will follow the memorial at 201 Estes Road in Rochester.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks for support for Matt’s wife and children to help them get through these difficult times. To do so visit https://gofund.me/857992f4.
SERVICES Visitation Saturday, July 9, 2022
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM R.M. Edgerly & Son Funeral Home
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ROBERT J. WILSON
July 12, 1952 – August 15, 2016
Robert J. Wilson, 64, of Sycamore, Illinois, died Monday, August 15, 2016, at his home, a devoted son.
Born July 12, 1952, in DeKalb, Illinois, the son of James and Patricia (Bowker) Wilson, Robert was a lifelong resident of DeKalb and Sycamore. He spent two years in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, where he graduated from high school. He attended Kishwaukee College.
Robert was an employee of Barber Greene, Caterpillar, and Agco. He was a proud and loyal member of the Moose Lodge, which was like family, where he was dedicated to helping others. He was an election judge since age 18, never missing once.
He is survived by his sister, Sue (Michael) Saari of Sycamore; aunts, uncles, and cousins.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his brother, Michael Dean Wilson; father James W. Wilson; and his mother Patricia (Bowker) Wilson.
The funeral service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Monday, August 22, 2016, at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 26555 Brickville Road, Sycamore, with the Rev. Robert W. Weinhold and the Rev. Marvin Metzger officiating. Private burial will follow at Fairview Park Cemetery in DeKalb.
Visitation will be from 11:00 a.m. until the time of services, Monday, at the church.
In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to the Moose, St. John’s Lutheran Church, or the donor’s choice.
For information, visit www.AndersonFuneralHomeLtd.com or call 815-756-1022.
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