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Obituary: David Anthony Wielosinski

July 01, 1950 – July 14, 2020

information provided by Schroeder-Lauer Funeral Home

David Wielosinski, age 70, of Lansing, Illinois, passed away Tuesday, July 14, 2020.

David is survived by his beloved wife Kathleen (nee Aloia) of 34 years, and his loving daughters Jessica Wielosinski and Marie (Brian) English. Cherished grandfather of Emma English. Fond brother of Robert Wielosinski, Gary Wielosinski, and Brian Wielosinski, also surviving are sisters-in-law Sonnia Wielosinski, Colleen Wielosinski, Delores Temes (Samantha Dean Hall); brother-in-law Louis (Linda) Aloia; and many nieces and nephews. David was preceded in death by his loving parents Edward and LaVerne Wielosinski, brothers Glenn Wielosinski and Michael Wielosinski, and sister-in-law Marie Conidi.

Funeral services for David will be held on Saturday, July 25, 2020, at the Schroeder-Lauer Funeral Home, 3227 Ridge Road, Lansing, Illinois. Services will begin at 4:00pm with Father Ed Cronin officiating. Friends may visit with the family from 1:00pm until time of service. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and current situation, we ask you to please wear a mask while visiting and follow the state requirement of six feet social distancing.

David was a proud veteran of the United States Navy; he retired from the US Army Corps of Engineers after many years of service. Dave loved his family, they always came first. He loved playing golf and going out to watch sports with his buddies. He loved spending time with his wife cruising and traveling. He was very proud of his daughter Jessica on owning her own pizza place and helping pitch in when needed. Dave loved going to White Sox games with his daughter Marie, and he absolutely adored his granddaughter Emma. He would help anyone or do anything for people in need. He had a heart of gold and he was loved by many and he will be truly missed.

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  1. God and St. Francis de Sales have welcomed Dave to his eternal home; may they ease the hearts of his grieving family. I send my prayers and deepest condolences to Dave’s loved ones.

  2. “Dave has been a friend for over 60 years. He was always there with a smile, joke or attentive ear to cheer you up or give you morale support. Over the years, space and life made seeing one another more difficult but we always kept in touch – especially sharing his family on Facebook. So enjoyable to share the White Sox games and the pizza restaurant that he enjoyed. Dave will be missed by many but especially his family. You have my deepest sympathy. May he Rest In God’s Tree all peace.”

  3. My condolences to Dave’s family and close friends. I enjoyed the time we spent together at the 50th reunion and appreciate his volunteering for the event. I see he was a White Sox and our time has come. “Here’s to you Dave!”

  4. Dave was a classmate of mine at SFDS grammar school and high school. I was fortunate enough to spend time with him planning our 50th high school reunion two years ago. He was a slyly funny guy and very easy to work with. My sincerest condolences go to his wife and family.

  5. Tears in my eyes. Dave is my good friend and will truly be missed. My warmest condolences to his family.

  6. Deepest condolences to Dave’s entire family. His was a kind and smiling face at our SFDS reunion in 2018.

  7. Have known Dave for all of my 12 years of school at SFDS. He was very caring and was always thoughtful of everyone. It was good to see him at the 50th reunion and also at Wicker Park in Highland, In picnic which he helped to organize. My sympathies to his family and all the lives he touched.

  8. Dave and I were playmates when we were very young in South Chicago and classmates in high school. It was wonderful to see him at the class reunion and picnic. He was so pleasant and helpful. He left all who knew him with happy memories. My deepest sympathy to his family.

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