Funeral services for Mr. and Mrs. William F. Eberhardt of Wilmette will be held at 1pm today in the Donnellan Funeral Home chapel, 10045 Skokie Blvd. in Skokie.
The Eberhardts, of 3035 Old Glenview Rd., were among three persons killed last Wednesday evening when a car driven by Mr. Eberhardt collided with a Chicago and North Western Ry. passenger train at a grade crossing one mile south of Aniwa, Wis.
Mrs. Eberhardt's sister-in-law, Mrs. Johanna C. Brunner of Chicago, also was killed.
The accident occurred about dusk on Shawano County Road ZZ. The Shawano County sheriff's office says the railroad crossing was marked by a gate but no lights or warning bells.
Mr. Eberhardt, who was 65, had been employed as a clerk at the Wilmette Post Office for the past five years. Prior to joining the post office, he was in the grocery business.
Mrs. Eberhardt, 59, had worked as a part-time department store employee.
The Eberhardts are survived by two children, Donald and Dianne, and three grandchildren. Mrs. Eberhardt is survived by one brother, Frank, and a sister, Mrs. Mildred Murphy. Mr. Eberhardt is survived by his brother, Edward.
Burial will be at Acacia Park, 7800 W. Irving Park Road., Chicago, following today's services.