Edward J. Paitl

Edward Paitl

American FlagEdward J. Paitl, age 72, Vietnam Army  Veteran of La Grange Park.  Beloved husband of Beverly Paitl, nee Piekarski; fond father of Christine (Joseph) Deditz and Cynthia (Daniel) Deditz and the late Eric (Julie) Paitl; dear grandfather of Kevin Paitl and Karen Paitl, Joseph Deditz, Stephanie Deditz, Andrew Deditz and Luke Deditz; uncle of many nieces and nephews.

Visitation, Thursday, January 6, 2022 from 3 P.M. to 8 P.M. and Friday, January 7, 2022 from 9:00A.M. to 9:30 A.M. at Hitzeman Funeral Home, Ltd. 9445 W. 31st Street, Brookfield IL 60513.

Funeral Friday 9:30 A.M. to St. Louise de Marillac Church, Mass 10 A.M.  Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery, Hillside.

Per State Mandate All guests attending any indoor services are required to wear a mask.

Information 708-485-2000 or www.HitzemanFuneral.com

For those of you that would like to express your condolences to the family, please click on the link below and you can leave the family a message. If you wish to send a sympathy card to the family, please feel free to send it to Hitzeman Funeral Home, 9445 West 31st Street, Brookfield, IL 60513, c/o Edward Paitl Family. We will gladly forward it on to the family.

 

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  1. Harry Davis condolence:

    We met while working at Tellabs and became immediate friends. He was such a good man and we always enjoyed each other’s company. I know he’s happy reunited with his son. Rest in peace my friend. You will be missed. Love to you.


  2. Sue Ripoli condolence:

    Bev, So sorry to hear about Ed. It was always a joy to see him in Church with you. Your family is in our prayers.


  3. Steven Lifka condolence:

    Condolences to Beverly Paitl and the Deditz Family. Edward will be greatly missed.


  4. FRANK BOZZI condolence:

    I knew Ed from Morton West High School in Berwyn. Ill. We became friends and along with Vince Sudnik and Jim Sullivan we all were close buddies. Ed was always fun to be with…he kept us ” in stitches”. now early on Ed had a new car…one of the first 1966 Ford Mustangs fastbacks in yellow. Ed loved his car… I can still see him pulling up beeping the cars horn and wearing his white sports Fedora hat
    As time when on I lost touch with Ed and the others but my memories of Ed have lasted all my life…to quote an anonymous author—-
    “True friends are the ones who never leave your heart, even if they leave your life for a while. Even after years apart, you pick up with them right where you left off, and even if they pass they’re never gone in your heart” This how I feel about Ed… I will miss him.


  5. David Howe condolence:

    I worked with Ed in the Western Electric/AT&T days. He was bigger than life and a rock of a man. So sorry for all our losses


  6. Jack Martin condolence:

    My condolences to the family of Ed.
    I worked at the Warrenville Data Center for a couple of years. He was a good guy!


  7. Helene & Frank Clarke condolence:

    Bev so sorry for your loss. Ed was such a wonderful person. I will always remember talking with Ed at some of the St. Louise functions, when we realized that we both grew up in South Berwyn just a couple of blocks from each other. I am older, but we knew some of the same people in the neighborhood and the memories ….Including Villa Nova Pizza which was a block away from Ed house.
    I will miss seeing him at Mass, we always made eye contact when he was coming back from communion.

    May he Rest In Peace.✝️


  8. Terry Teeter condolence:

    I worked with Ed at the WECo Warrenville Data Center for many years. Although we lost touch since then I’m sad to hear of his passing. BTW, we affectionately nicknamed him Bear at the data center.


  9. Beatrice Bautista condolence:

    I am sorry to hear of Ed’s passing

    He was my supervisor when I was transferred to the Pioneer office in Lusle. I send my condolences to Bev and Ed’s family. He was a big man with a big smile.


  10. Laura Welmers condolence:

    My condolences to Ed’s family.
    I worked with Ed at the Warrenville Data Center and will always remember his smile and care for others.


  11. Mary Geraghty condolence:

    Beverly, I am so sorry to hear of Ed’s passing. I am unable to attend the mass tomorrow but he will be in my prayers and I’ll give you a call very soon. I understand how hard this is for you and your family. Thinking of you,
    Mary


  12. Eugene Stigger condolence:

    My condolences to the family. We were in Vietnam and may u rest in Heaven. Semper Fi


  13. Tom Nichol, Jr. condolence:

    To the Paitl and Deditz Families – I’m so very sorry about your loss. Please accept my condolences. Mr. Paitl was a very kind and good man. So many memories growing up across the street and having a fellow Sox fan nearby. Whether it was seeing each other on Morgan Avenue or at church, I always enjoyed chatting or a simple wave and “Hello.” He will truly be missed.


  14. Wendell Mackey condolence:

    My condolences to Beverly Paitl and Deditz families for your loss. I came to know and was befriended by Ed whom I called Bear, when we worked together at the Warrenville Data Center. We were brothers in arms having both served in Vietnam.

    Rest In Peace My Friend


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