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Elegy Cremation and Memorial Services

103 North Arlington Heights Road
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
(847) 368-1623
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Glueckert Funeral Home Limited

1520 North Arlington Heights Road
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
(847) 253-0168
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Glueckert John W Funeral Director

1222 North Kennicott Boulevard
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
(847) 259-3279
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Lauterburg - Oehler Funeral Home

2000 E. Northwest Hwy
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
(847) 253-5423
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Arlington Heights IL Obituaries and Death Notices

John Concordia

Monday, February 27, 2017

Red Sox.John is survived by his seven children, George P. Concordia and his wife Margaret Cahill of Arlington Heights, IL, Fr. Stephen Concordia, O.S.B., of Latrobe, PA, Patricia Concordia and her husband Winston Lloyd of Hyde Park, John P. Concordia and his wife Joanne Atkinson of Westwood, Ann O’Connor and her husband Sean, of Mashpee, Mary Quinn and her husband David, of Pawtucket RI, and Joan O’Brien and her husband John of Worcester. John is also survived by his nine grandchildren, Padraic O’Connor, Caitlin Riley and her husband J. Patrick, Kevin Concordia and his wife Lisa, Brian Concordia and his wife Leslie, Alexander Concordia, Justin Lloyd, Garrett Lloyd, Simon Quinn, and Colleen Quinn; and his three great grandchildren, Finn, Olivia, and Connor; a brother, Joseph Concordia and his wife Theresa of Narragansett, RI. John was predeceased by his brothers, Ralph Concordia, Francis Concordia, and Fr. George Concordia, OP. Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Mr. Concordia’s family on Monday, February 27, 2017 from 3-7 pm in the BRITTON-SHREWSBURY FUNERAL HOME, 648 Main St. Shrewsbury. His funeral will be on Tuesday, February 28, 2017 with a funeral Mass to be celebrated at 11:00 am in Saint Mary’s Church, 640 Main St. Shrewsbury. Burial will follow at Mountain View Cemetery, Shrewsbury. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that donations be made in John’s memory to the Friends of the Shrewsbury Senior Center, Inc., 98 Maple Ave. Shrewsbury, MA 01545.

Henny Friedman

Monday, February 27, 2017

Bolshon and the late Fromma (Julian) Harwood and Alice (Lester) Richmond. Fond aunt of many nieces and nephews. Graveside services Tuesday 10:30 AM at Shalom Memorial Park, Rand Rd and Rte 53 in Arlington Heights. Contributions in Henny's name to the Alzheimer's Association ( www.alz.org/donate )would be appreciated. Info Mitzvah Memorial Funerals 630-MITZVAH (630-648-9824), or www.mitzvahfunerals.com...

Estelle Garmisa

Monday, February 27, 2017

Garmisa, Ben Gash Garmisa, Clara Pinchbeck, Eleanor Pinchbeck and Simon Pinchbeck. Fond sister, aunt, cousin and friend. Graveside services Tuesday, 10 AM, at Shalom Memorial Park, 1700 Rand Rd., Arlington Heights, IL. In lieu of flowers, remembrances to your preferred charity would be appreciated. Arrangements by Mitzvah Memorial Funerals, 630-Mitzvah (630-648-9824) or www.MitzvahFunerals.com.

Mount Prospect builder's legacy of community service lauded - Chicago Daily Herald

Monday, December 26, 2016

That guy had just a huge heart," Mount Prospect Village Manager Michael Cassady said.His social pursuits included golf, which he played for 25 years as a member of the Rolling Green Country Club in Arlington Heights, and Blackhawks and Bears games.Papanicholas said in an interview in September that his destiny was sealed when he went to work at Emery Worldwide and met Nancy Dawson, who became his wife and lifelong partner in 1978 -- about the time he started a small construction business.That grew into more recent projects such as the 21-acre Buckingham Place on the former Littelfuse property in Des Plaines, the new Dekalb High School, the Elk Grove Township District 59 Early Learning Center and all five Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 swimming pools.Friends, family and business associates credit his success in part to his charismatic personality.He was a "regular" guy with a sense of humor and the ability to entertain a roomful of people with stories."He didn't cut corners when it came to consumers," said Butch Ehrke, Des Plaines assistant director of community development. "I think that's why he got along so well with the school districts.""Nick truly understood that the work they did, especially for school districts, was more than just 'brick and mortar,' recognizing it has a real impact on all its stakeholders," said Tony Rossi, executive director for facilities and operations with District 59.Dan Benassi, a real estate broker, worked with Papanicholas to acquire the ice arena property."It's a testament to their reputation that their vendors worked around the clock for six months to get that project done on time and on an unbelievably tight schedule," he said.He told how Papanicholas, in his blue jeans and sweatshirt, negotiated the Littelfuse deal at that company's headquarters. "He simply said, 'I want to buy this and here is my money.'"Papanicholas passed down his expertise and love of his work to his children as he welcomed them into the business."He instilled a work ethic in us at an early age," Nick Jr. said. "I started laboring for him at 12 years old. … It set us up for success at such a young age."Visitation will be held from 3 to 9 p.m. today at Cumberland Funeral Chapels, 8300 W. Lawrence Ave., Norridge. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at St. James Catholic Church, 820 N. Arlington Heights Road, Arlington Heights.

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John Concordia

Monday, February 27, 2017

Red Sox.John is survived by his seven children, George P. Concordia and his wife Margaret Cahill of Arlington Heights, IL, Fr. Stephen Concordia, O.S.B., of Latrobe, PA, Patricia Concordia and her husband Winston Lloyd of Hyde Park, John P. Concordia and his wife Joanne Atkinson of Westwood, Ann O’Connor and her husband Sean, of Mashpee, Mary Quinn and her husband David, of Pawtucket RI, and Joan O’Brien and her husband John of Worcester. John is also survived by his nine grandchildren, Padraic O’Connor, Caitlin Riley and her husband J. Patrick, Kevin Concordia and his wife Lisa, Brian Concordia and his wife Leslie, Alexander Concordia, Justin Lloyd, Garrett Lloyd, Simon Quinn, and Colleen Quinn; and his three great grandchildren, Finn, Olivia, and Connor; a brother, Joseph Concordia and his wife Theresa of Narragansett, RI. John was predeceased by his brothers, Ralph Concordia, Francis Concordia, and Fr. George Concordia, OP. Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Mr. Concordia’s family on Monday, February 27, 2017 from 3-7 pm in the BRITTON-SHREWSBURY FUNERAL HOME, 648 Main St. Shrewsbury. His funeral will be on Tuesday, February 28, 2017 with a funeral Mass to be celebrated at 11:00 am in Saint Mary’s Church, 640 Main St. Shrewsbury. Burial will follow at Mountain View Cemetery, Shrewsbury. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that donations be made in John’s memory to the Friends of the Shrewsbury Senior Center, Inc., 98 Maple Ave. Shrewsbury, MA 01545.

Henny Friedman

Monday, February 27, 2017

Bolshon and the late Fromma (Julian) Harwood and Alice (Lester) Richmond. Fond aunt of many nieces and nephews. Graveside services Tuesday 10:30 AM at Shalom Memorial Park, Rand Rd and Rte 53 in Arlington Heights. Contributions in Henny's name to the Alzheimer's Association ( www.alz.org/donate )would be appreciated. Info Mitzvah Memorial Funerals 630-MITZVAH (630-648-9824), or www.mitzvahfunerals.com...

Estelle Garmisa

Monday, February 27, 2017

Garmisa, Ben Gash Garmisa, Clara Pinchbeck, Eleanor Pinchbeck and Simon Pinchbeck. Fond sister, aunt, cousin and friend. Graveside services Tuesday, 10 AM, at Shalom Memorial Park, 1700 Rand Rd., Arlington Heights, IL. In lieu of flowers, remembrances to your preferred charity would be appreciated. Arrangements by Mitzvah Memorial Funerals, 630-Mitzvah (630-648-9824) or www.MitzvahFunerals.com.

Mount Prospect builder's legacy of community service lauded - Chicago Daily Herald

Monday, December 26, 2016

That guy had just a huge heart," Mount Prospect Village Manager Michael Cassady said.His social pursuits included golf, which he played for 25 years as a member of the Rolling Green Country Club in Arlington Heights, and Blackhawks and Bears games.Papanicholas said in an interview in September that his destiny was sealed when he went to work at Emery Worldwide and met Nancy Dawson, who became his wife and lifelong partner in 1978 -- about the time he started a small construction business.That grew into more recent projects such as the 21-acre Buckingham Place on the former Littelfuse property in Des Plaines, the new Dekalb High School, the Elk Grove Township District 59 Early Learning Center and all five Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 swimming pools.Friends, family and business associates credit his success in part to his charismatic personality.He was a "regular" guy with a sense of humor and the ability to entertain a roomful of people with stories."He didn't cut corners when it came to consumers," said Butch Ehrke, Des Plaines assistant director of community development. "I think that's why he got along so well with the school districts.""Nick truly understood that the work they did, especially for school districts, was more than just 'brick and mortar,' recognizing it has a real impact on all its stakeholders," said Tony Rossi, executive director for facilities and operations with District 59.Dan Benassi, a real estate broker, worked with Papanicholas to acquire the ice arena property."It's a testament to their reputation that their vendors worked around the clock for six months to get that project done on time and on an unbelievably tight schedule," he said.He told how Papanicholas, in his blue jeans and sweatshirt, negotiated the Littelfuse deal at that company's headquarters. "He simply said, 'I want to buy this and here is my money.'"Papanicholas passed down his expertise and love of his work to his children as he welcomed them into the business."He instilled a work ethic in us at an early age," Nick Jr. said. "I started laboring for him at 12 years old. … It set us up for success at such a young age."Visitation will be held from 3 to 9 p.m. today at Cumberland Funeral Chapels, 8300 W. Lawrence Ave., Norridge. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at St. James Catholic Church, 820 N. Arlington Heights Road, Arlington Heights.