Connie Templeton Keller grew up in Oak Brook back when it was known as Hinsdale. She has fond memories of the open spaces in what is now Oak Brook, when only a few hundred people lived there. During that time, Butler was a two-room schoolhouse and the shopping center and corporate office corridor weren’t yet a twinkle in Oak Brook founder Paul Butler’s eye.
“In 1922, my Grandfather purchased Breakenridge Farm, which was about 120 acres. He also built Lake Constance; named…Continue
Added by Lynn Walsh on June 3, 2014 at 2:45pm — No Comments
My family and friends call me the bird lady because I dote on our family bird, a sun-kissed green-cheeked conure. His name is Alan. (My son’s choice of name for him.) When I saw this maxi dress, I knew I had to get it.
Added by Kathrine Eldridge on June 1, 2014 at 2:07pm — No Comments