B. June 19, 1956 in Woodstock, McHenry County, IL
D. July 24, 2000 in Waukegan, Lake County, IL
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“James Floyd Lubeno
   James Floyd Lubeno, 73, died Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016, at his home in Lafayette County.  A memorial service will be held in Wauconda, Illinois.  Seven Oaks Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
   He was preceded in death by his wife, Donna Lubeno, and his brother, Jerome Lubeno.
   He is survived by his daughters, Sara Lubeno of Round Lake, Illinois and Jeri Lubeno of Franksville, Illinois; son, Clinton Lubeno of Wauconda, Illinois; sister, Virginia Veldman of Spring Hill, Florida; brother, Bill Lubeno of Hobe Sound, Florida; six grandchildren and one great-grandson.”

  • Step Children:
  1. Jeri (Lubeno) Gariess
  2. Sara Lubeno
  3. Clinton Lubeno
  • Siblings:
    • Carrie Laine (Cross) Kubetz born September 4, 1954; married Richard Paul Kubetz II on May 21, 1977 in McHenry, McHenry County, IL, son of Richard P. Kubetz (1927-1995) and Marion Carol (Bonga) Kubetz (1930-1981) (of Urbana IL)

Additional Information:

According to the News-Sun (Waukegan IL) July 26, 2000, page A5:

   PARK CITY – Additional charges are pending against a Woodstock-area man involved in a fatal crash Saturday, Police Chief Michael Luff said Tuesday.
   The man, initially identified as Ustocio Porcayo, drove his pickup truck in front of a motorcycle on Belvidere Road, causing a crash that injured two people, one of whom died Monday.
   Donna Marie Lubeno, 44, of Volo died Monday afternoon at Provena St. Therese Medical Center in Waukegan.
   The collision occurred 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Staben Street and Belvidere Road.
   Lubeno was a passenger on a 1996 Harley-Davidson motorcycle driven by her husband, James.
   He was also hospitalized at St. Therese.
   Luff said Porcayo drove onto Belvidere Road from a restaurant into the path of the eastbound motorcycle, which struck the rear wheel and quarter panel of the truck.
   The Lubenos were thrown from the motorcycle.
   After the collision, Porcayo stopped his truck, left the keys in the vehicle and fled on foot, Luff said.
   He was detained by an Ameritech crew working in the area who turned him over to police.
   On  Saturday, Porcayo was released on bond posted in the police station after he was charged with driving without a license, driving without insurance and failing to give aid or assistance at the accident scene, Luff said.
   Additional charges are pending against Porcayo because of Lubeno’s death, Luff said, but police now are not sure of his identity.
   Additional information has been developed indicating that he may be Javier Porcayo or a man whose last name is Porcayo-Garcia, Luff said.
   Initial efforts to locate the man were unsuccessful Tuesday, Luff said.
   The police chief is seeking witnesses to the crash and information from the public on the man’s identity.
   Donna Lubeno was a lifelong resident of the Volo area.
   She was employed for the past 18 years at Quill Corp. in Lincolnshire.
   She is survived by her husband, her mother and her sister.
   Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at the Wauconda Funeral Home.”

According to the Northwest Herald (Woodstock IL), Wednesday, July 26, 2000, page 22:

   VOLO – Donna M. Lubeno (nee Cross), 44, a lifelong resident of Volo, died Monday, July 24, 2000 at St. Therese Hospital in Waukegan.
   She was born June 19, 1956, in Woodstock, to George and Elaine Cross.
   She was a life member of Harley Owners Group and a member of Women of the Moose in Antioch and Zion Lutheran Church of McHenry.  She was employed at Quill Corp. in Lincolnshire for 18 years.
   Survivors include her husband, James F.: her mother: a sister, Carrie (Richard) Kubetz; and two nieces Erica and Leah.
   She was preceded in death by her father, George Cross.
   Visitation will be from 5 to 9 p.m.  Thursday, July 27, at Kisselburg-Wauconda Funeral Home, 235 N. Main St., Wauconda.
   The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Friday, with the Rev. Charles R. Merkner officiating.
   Interment will be in Fort Hill Cemetery in Grayslake.
   In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Orphans of the Storm, 2200 Riverwoods Road, Riverwoods.”