Dolores B. Preslicka, nee Bauer

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Dolores B. Preslicka, nee Bauer, age 83, of Brookfield. Loving, precious wife of Albert J. Preslicka for 64 years, full of beautiful memories; caring, supportive mother of Alan (Tracy) Preslicka and Karen (John) Betancourt; nurturing grandmother of Cheryl (Jay) Jerik, Ken Jackson, Anthony Preslicka, Addison Preslicka and Haley Dean; beloved great grandmother of Hannah Jerik, Carson Jerik and Parker Jerik; sister of John (Linda) Bauer; sister-in-law of the late James (Marilyn) Preslicka. She will be missed by many nieces, nephews and Godchildren. Her kind humor, wisdom, optimism and strength were an inspiration for those that knew her. Dolores was a Brookfield resident for over 50 years and a parishioner of St Barbara’s Catholic Church. An active member of Chicago Bow Hunters and the Brookfield Zoo. A multi talented homemaker and former employee of Western Electric. Visitation Saturday, September 20, 2014, 12 Noon to time of Service 3 P.M. at Hitzeman Funeral Home Ltd. 9445 West 31st Street, Brookfield. Interment Private Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Information 708-485-2000 or

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  1. Karen condolence:

    I love you so much Mom! I know that you are near all of us. We will keep our faith and be with you again forever. Until then, all of the love you shared, memories we made, and wisdom and strength you demonstrated will guide us. We will take good care of each other and continue the traditions you instilled in us. Thank you Mom for your love and guidance.

  2. Maribeth (Fourie) Reimer condolence:

    I am saddened to hear of Mrs. Preslicka’s death. She was a 2nd mom to me who taught me to crochet and sew, and she allowed me to practically live at her house. She was one TERRIFIC lady. Karen, please contact me if I can do anything. Mary 4E

  3. Richard D. Wisner condolence:

    Another wonderful angel in heaven. Dolores was my favorite cousin throughout her lifetime. She kept us informed on family happenings. She will be missed by many, many people who loved her dearly.

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