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Vivian L. Peck

January 5, 1943 - March 1, 2023

Vivian L. Peck Vivian L. Peck
  • Funeral
  • March 3, 2023 | 10:30 A.M.
  • Fairview Memorial Park
    900 N. Wolf Road
    North Lake, Illinois
  • Burial Location
    Fairview Memorial Park

Vivian Lynne Peck, 80, passed away Wednesday, March 1st, peacefully at River Crossing Nursing home. She battled Multiple Sclerosis for twenty years. She was greatly loved by her children, grandchildren and her extended family.

The daughter and only child of Barton and Edna Edberg, Vivian was born on January 5th, 1943, in Evanston, Illinois.

She resided in Chicago’s western suburbs and started a family with the late George Arthur Peck, where they raised their three sons whom she cared for deeply.

She was a graduate of College of DuPage and worked as a Librarian until retirement. She was a lover of books and full of knowledge.

Vivian loved her family and taking care of others. She truly knew how to accessorize and loved her red lipstick. She was also very fond of cats and loved her cats immensely.

Her memory will live on through her sons and grandchildren.

Survivors include sons Steve, David and Matthew Peck, granddaughters Brianna, Whitney and Stevie Peck.

Preceded in death by her former husband George Arthur “Art” Peck.

Burial will be held at 10:30 A.M. Friday, March 3rd at Fairview Memorial Park In Northlake – 900 N Wolf Rd, Northlake, IL 60164

Donations in Vivian’s memory may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America.

To leave an online condolence or remembrance to the family, visit the funeral home’s obituary page at For more information, please call Yurs Funeral Home of St. Charles, 630-584-0060.


Fairview Memorial Park from Northlake, IL

"On behalf of Fairview Memorial Park staff we would like to express our Condolences on the passing of your loved one."

Linda Gierlach from Grayslake, IL

"Vivian and I have been friends since high school. She was a bridesmaid in my wedding and I was her bridesmaid. She lived with me for 2 months before she got married to Art. She could be quirky at times, but that’s what made her interesting. I will miss her phone calls. My deepest sympathies to Stephen, David and Matthew."

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"Unfortunately I only have faded memories of Vivian and Artie from when I was a child and lived in Evanston. My condolences to the family."

steven peck from St Charles, IL

"Well, it's been a week now since my mother passed and first I would like to send a special thank you to the Funeral Director Timothy Bergman at Yurs Funeral Homes for his kindness, thoughtfulness, and professionalism. I'm so glad I chose Yurs during this process. Also to Pastor Mike Leshon of Gentiva hospice for visiting my mom at River Crossing of Elgin who spent time with her on multiple occasions. He did a wonderful job at her burial with his kind words about my mom and the wonderful prayers. Can't say enough about them both. I also appreciate Luann and Michael Storm of Louisville Kentucky (cousins) for changing their flight back home to be with my family during this difficult time. It's hard to lose a loved one at any time and my mom staying in the nursing home was really hard on her and me. She's at rest now but probably telling someone in Heaven what to do. Everything had a place in her eyes and things needed to be just right without fail as she used to say. To all who traveled far and close to help me and my brothers get through this, I say Thank You from the bottom of my heart. She is now surrounded by Jesus, her parents, my dad Artie, and all the family members who have passed before her in peace. Rest easy Mom as you will not be forgotten and will be missed. Love you."

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