Lorraine Frances Roller

Lorraine Frances Roller was born Lorraine Dvorak to Joseph and Loretta Dvorak of Minneapolis on September 28, 1922. She graduated from Holy Angels Academy and went on to the University of Minnesota for one year before enlisting in the United States Marine Corps and serving her country in World War Two. Following her honorable discharge she then attended Ray Vogue School of Design in Chicago. After graduation she was employed by Trans World Airlines working with a select group of women that TWA called the “Mary Gordon” program. The women traveled the world acting as fashion and travel advisors and encouraged other women to be independent and travel the world as well. While working for TWA she met the love of her life, John Thomas Roller. They were married and settled down first in Chicago and later in Elmhurst. The couple had two children, Janet and John. Although Lorraine was a homemaker for a number of years she eventually returned to work first with Arcade Travel Agency and later for Lord and Taylor where she remained for many years until her retirement. She is survived by her daughter, Janet and three grandchildren John, Matthew and Margaret. Funeral and Interment Services are being planned for later this year. Arrangements handled by Gibbons Funeral Home, Elmhurst. 630-832-0018 or www.gibbonsfuneralhome.com

Funeral service and Committal, Saturday, July 11, 2020, 10:00 a.m. at Queen of Heaven Catholic Cemetery, Interment Chapel – 1400 South Wolf Road, Hillside, IL

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Memorial Service Program

VISITATION

VISITATION

FUNERAL SERVICE

Saturday

Jul

11

10:00 a.m. at
Queen of Heaven Catholic Cemetery Interment Chapel
1400 South Wolf Road
Hillside, IL 60162

INTERMENT

Saturday

Jul

11

10:00 a.m. at
Queen of Heaven Catholic Cemetery Interment Chapel
1400 South Wolf Road
Hillside, IL 60162

MEMORIAL CONTRIBUTIONS

One comment on “Lorraine Frances Roller
  1. Tekki Lomnicki says:

    Oh Janet—I remember your mom! My mom just passed yesterday and I was checking to see if the obituary was up and saw your mom’s. Much love to you.

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