Chester Lawdenski

Chester Lawdenski, age 84, Army Veteran of Korean War; resident of Oakbrook Terrace; beloved husband of Ann, nee Conoboy; loving father of Thomas (Robbin), Timothy (Tamara) and James (Elvira); proud grandfather of Troy, Dana and Tory Lawdenski, Heather (Jason) Gonzalez, Nickolaus, Lauren, Vincent, Elizabeth and Nathaniel Lawdenski and great-grandfather of Sofia Gonzalez. Visitation Wednesday, 3:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. and Thursday 8:15 a.m. until time of funeral 9:15 a.m. at Gibbons Funeral Home, 134 South York Road, (½ mile North of Saint Charles Road), Elmhurst.  Funeral Service 10:00 a.m. at Visitation Catholic Church.  Interment Chapel Hill Gardens West Cemetery, Oak Brook Terrace.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to CNS Hospice, 690 E. North Ave, Carol Stream, IL 60188.  For funeral information please call 630-832-0018 or www.gibbonsfuneralhome.com


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8 comments on “Chester Lawdenski
  1. Donna Keel says:

    I am thankful that you and your brothers were able to be present and love your Dad up until his life here ended. I too have a lost a Dad — it is always much too soon. Please remember all those things that he taught you along the way and cherish those moments that you shared. Some day when it is less painful, I would like for you to tell me a little about the man who gave you life. I will pray for you and your family each day this week. Donna

  2. Marlin and Donna Keel says:

    Tom, our prayers are with you and Robbin and your family during these days. May this week be a time of celebration of your Dad’s life and may the reconnection with family and friends bring back many fond memories of times the two of you spent together. I trust that you will know the Peace and Comfort that only the presence of Christ can bring to your heart.

  3. Doris & Arnie Svec says:

    Ann please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family at this sad and difficult time. Ches was a very special man and will be missed. When your heart feels empty, filling it with happy memories can help you find your smile again — memories are the legacy of love. Please know that we are here for you.

  4. Doris & Arnie Svec says:

    Ann, please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your entire family at this sad and
    difficult time. Ches was a wonderful man and will be sorely missed. When your heart feels empty, filling it with happy memories can help you find your smile again — memories are the legacy of love.
    Know that we are here for you.

  5. Bonnie Wnenkowski says:

    Ann, Tommy, Timmy and James (and family), I wish I could be there to offer my condolences in person. I just loved Uncle Chester – I remember many family gatherings with all of us. You had a great dad – and he was a wonderful man. We will pray for all of you – Love your niece Bonnie, Bradley and Jonathan.

    Bradley my oldest son will be attending on Wednesday, and I’ll be sending a donation to the CNS Hospice.

  6. Anjana Patel says:

    Jim, Elvira, Nate & Elizabeth our prayers are with you and your family during these days. May this week be a time of celebration of your Dad’s / Granddad’s life and May the reconnection with family and friends bring back many fond memories of times that you spent together. I trust that you will know the Peace and Comfort that only the presence of Christ can bring to your heart.

  7. sharon kirkaldy says:

    god promises a resurrection for mankind please read 1John 5:28,29 and also his promise to us at Rev 21:3,4

  8. Kathy Hollist says:

    Dear Aunt Ann, Tom, Tim, Jim and Family,
    We are deeply saddened for your loss. Dave and I feel fortunate that we were able to visit a couple of weeks ago. Uncle Ches loved all of you very much and told me, “We raised three great boys.” He was so proud of you. I pulled up a chair at his bedside and enjoyed listening to his stories of Riverview Park, his time in the service, and trips he had taken around the world. He told me how much he loved Aunt Ann and all of you. “I had a wonderful life,” he said.
    May you find peace in knowing how much he loved you. We will miss Uncle Ches, his stories and great sense of humor. May the love surrounding you and the treasured memories you hold in your heart bring you comfort at this difficult time.
    With Love and HUGS, Kathy, Dave and Andy

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