Carol A. Crosby, nee Close

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Carol A. Crosby, nee Close, age 77, of Brookfield. Beloved wife of the late Patrick C. Crosby; loving mother of Patrick Crosby and Michael (Cynthia) Crosby; dear grandmother of Jack Crosby and Sarah Crosby; devoted sister of Kevin (Christine) Close, James (Loretta) Close and the late Jack Close, aunt of many nieces and nephews; longtime companion of Joseph Tamborski. Visitation Wednesday November 7, 2012 from 3 P.M. to time of Service 8 P.M. at Hitzeman Funeral Home Ltd., 9445 West 31st Street, Brookfield. Interment Private.  Carol has been known throughout her years for owning Crosby Reality, Brookfield, Bread Board Restaurant, Chicago and volunteering as a Hostess on the Welcome Wagon; she served the Village of Brookfield on the Library Board and Trustee. Memorials appreciated to the Chicago Food Depository, 4100 W. Ann Lurie Place, Chicago, IL 60632. Information 708-485-2000 or www.HitzemanFuneral.com

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  1. jim condolence:

    miss you so much you have always been
    the heart of this family.Keep and eye on all of us as you have always.Give a special dose of your magic to us left behind.LOVE YOU with all
    my heart


  2. Peter condolence:

    Always keeping us together. Thank You, Love You, Always.


  3. Judy & George Sipiera condolence:

    Dear Carol my heart goes out to your sons, brothers and all the family. We shared many good times together. I wish there could have been more. I always looked up to you as the leader of all the cousins. We all love you and will miss you and will never forget. You are with the best in heaven now and pain free.


  4. patricia smith condolence:

    I am so sorry to hear about carol she will be missed terribly my thoughts and prayers go out to her brothers and to her family


  5. Phyllis (Campbell) Gallegos condolence:

    My deepest condolences to Carol’s two sons, Patrick and Michael and to her grandchildren and her brothers Kevin and Jim. May God comfort you as you grieve the loss of this loving woman. I have many fond memories of my cousin Carol and she will be greatly missed.


  6. O Morain Baile Riabhach. Dingle Co. Kerry. condolence:

    Fond memories of Carol. Deepest sympathy to Pat and Michael, brothers Jim and Kevin and all the family.
    Joan, Micheal and family.


  7. Rosemarie Kroft condolence:

    With my deepest sympathy to the family.
    I know Carol will be missed.
    Rosemarie Kroft and family


  8. Tina Moran, Dingle condolence:

    Sincere condolences to Carol’s family. I have fond memories of my time with Carol. A great spirit, she will be missed.
    Tina


  9. Ron and Dawn Wegner condolence:

    We were very fortunate to have known Aunt Carol. She was such a strong and compassionate lady. She will truly be missed.


  10. kathleen ,Paddy and the Sheehy family. condolence:

    Dear Patrick,Michael,Cynthia, Jack, Sarah, and all Carol’s extended family.
    Our deepest sympathy to all of you on the death of a very special person, your
    mum.


  11. Shannon McNamara & family condolence:

    So very sorry to learn of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with your entire family. Over the years I’ve heard Lisa (McIntosh) speak so lovingly of her dear “Aunt Carol” . . . I know this special lady will be terribly missed by your family.


  12. Ann & Kyle McIntosh Don, Amy, James, Michael Kelly condolence:

    Please accept our sincere sympathy to Carol’s Family especially Patrick, Michael and brothers Jim and Kevin.


  13. Jennifer Smith Stover condolence:

    I offer my family’s deepest sympathy to my dear friend, Lisa Close McIntosh, her parents Jim and Loretta Close, and her exteneded family. I have heard Carol’s name connected to so many stories over the past 28 years. I know how important family is for them, and I feel I have benefitted from Carol’s words of wisdom over the years. They are so fortunate to have had her in their lives, and she will continue to live on in their hearts, and in mine.
    With love,
    Jennifer


  14. Bonnie Walsh condolence:

    I am so sorry to read that your mom passed away recently. I met Carol in 1969 when Mike and I moved to Brookfield. She was the Welcome Wagon Lady and we became good friends. We were involved in the Brookfield Newcomers Club for several years and she even recruited me to welcome newcomers. I watched the boys grow up over the years. She was “Aunt Carol” to our daughter Michele. We kept in touch for many years until we retired to Florida in 2002. I have so many fond memories of her. She was a wonderful person and friend. I knew so many of you through Carol and I know she will be missed.


  15. Petrina Henry and Family condolence:

    Our prayers are with you at this time of sorrow, how wonderful it will be when the words found in the bible at John 5:28 & 29 are fulfilled “All those in the memorial tomb (Gods memory)will hear Jesus voice and come out” God promises families will be reunited with their loved ones.


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