Dorothy R. Brazulis, nee Kurek

Dorothy R. Brazulis, nee Kurek, age 86, Resident of North Riverside for 58 years. The day of February 27, 2010 Dorothy left this world. The treasured and devoted mother of Donna M. Brazulis whom she loved so dearly her pride and joy forever. Wife of the late Walter L. Brazulis whom she loved from the day they met and were married for 60 years. The daughter of the late Clara and John Kurek, late brother John, late sisters Joanne (Charles) Lukasik and Clara (Richard) Vlastnik. Aunt and Godmother of Carole (Bill) Kamin, Nephews Scott, Steven (Anna), Nicole Kamin, Cousin Genevieve (Wally) Stelter, Dearest life long Friends Eleanor Francich, Mary (Arthur) Kleidon, Lorraine (Joe) Dvorak, Irene (Cyril) Gazarek and Agnes (Ken) Fron. Special nephews Christopher and Nicholas Fron and companion Martha Dudzinska. Many dear friends and neighbors especially on 10th and 11th Ave. in North Riverside. Music was a love in Dorothy’s life piano playing and singing. She had a lovely singing voice. She was a soloist in grade school at St. Blase Catholic Church and continued into High School in musicals and plays. Dorothy’s greatest goal in life was to be a devoted wife and mother, she achieved this all her life. She made their home a happy place to come home to; which Dorothy, Wally and Donna shared with much love and happiness. A Member of Mater Christi Church for over Fifty years, from when the first day Mass was said; was also a member of the choir for a while. She was a Co-Leader and helped to organize the first Girl Scout Troup in Mater Christi School. Visitation Wednesday, March 3, 2010, 3 P.M. to 9 P.M. and Thursday, March 4, 2010, 8:30 A.M. to 9 A.M. at Hitzeman Funeral Home Ltd. 9445 West 31st Street, Brookfield. Funeral Thursday 9 A.M. to Mater Christi Church, North Riverside, Mass 9:30 A.M. Entombment Resurrection Cemetery. information 708-485-2000 or

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