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Michael J. Carbone

October 25, 1951 - September 27, 2021

Michael J. Carbone Michael J. Carbone
    October 10, 2021 | 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
  • Yurs Funeral Home 1771 West State Street (Rte 38) Geneva
  • Funeral
  • October 10, 2021 | 4:00 P.M. Yurs Funeral Home Geneva

Michael J. Carbone, aged 69, went home to be with his Lord on Monday, September 27, 2021. He was born October 25, 1951 in Chicago, IL to Joseph and Marian Carbone.

Michael was an MAI Member with the American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers and ran his own appraisal company for 31 years in Wheaton, IL.  After retiring to Florida, he continued to work part-time as a Review Appraiser.

Michael loved to golf, up until the last few years.  He was so proud of his two hole-in-ones.  He was on the golf league at Christ Community Church in St. Charles, and also was a Men’s Bible Study group leader at the church for many years.

He is survived by his wife, Jacqueline Jones Carbone of Fort Myers Beach, his children Vincent (Tonia) Carbone and David Carbone, his granddaughter Gracelyn Carbone,  his brothers William (Patricia) Carbone and Arthur (Loretta) Carbone, and his nieces and nephews Kevin Jones, Angela Reinke, Nicholas Carbone, Deandra Carbone, Damian Carbone, Hannah Carver, Rocco Carbone, Marian Carbone and Alyssa Carothers.

Michael was preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Marian Carbone, and by his son Richard Carbone.

A visitation will be held at Yurs Funeral Home in Geneva, IL. Sunday, October 10th from 1-4 pm.


For information please call Yurs Funeral Home 630-232-7337


Debra Kamps from Chicago , IL

"I’m so sorry for you loss. My condolences to the Carbone family. 🙏"

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"Our condolences to Michael’s family. I was Michael’s wrestling coach at Glenbard West High School. As a sophomore, Mike beat a couple of juniors to wrestle at 103 pounds and did a solid job. As a junior, the 103-pound position was his and he did well. The best match he wrestled ended in a 2-2 draw with a highly ranked wrestler from Glenbard East. Mike’s draw gave us the margin of victory in that meet. As a senior, Mike showed his true colors. He was challenged and beaten by a junior who went on to have a very successful season and was named to the All-Conference team. Some would have quit; Mike chose to be the leader of the JV team wrestling at 112 pounds and compiled a 9-3 record including a tournament championship. Mike’s sense of humor and his quiet leadership still stands out 52 years later. Our best John and Charlene Beisner"

Steve Gahlbeck and Donna Levinson from Clermont, FL

"I met Mike (the “Carbo” man), at the golf league. From there he invited me to attend the men’s group at church. I’m so glad God sent him my way. He became a good friend, and a great leader. While my wife was dying of brain cancer, he, and the men’s group were always there helping me to keep my faith strong. As I grew to know Mike more, I found his kindness on and off the golf course was always inspiring. Our foursome (Myself, Mike, Phil, and Mike), were a crazy group, but we had a lot of laughs. The “Carbo”man didn’t hit a long ball, but straight as an arrow. Just like his life. He was always a straight-shooter, and one you could count on. His last text to me was, “You were right Steve, someday I will see you in heaven !!” I will miss you Mike, but yes, someday we will tee off again, on the first hole in heaven. My condolences to Jackie and the family Blessings ✝️ Steve Gahlbeck and Donna Levinson"

Belen Hood from St Charles, IL

"Remembering the Carbone family from our home school days. Jackie & boys, praying over you as you mourn your loss. May God's peace fill you during this difficult time."

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