John Robert Munch

John Robert Munch, Worshipful Master, Western Springs # 1136 AF & AM, age 60 of Romeoville.  Beloved husband of Kimberly Jo Munch, nee Yena; fond father of Robert John Munch and Elizabeth Jo (Andrew) Board; dear grandfather of Daniel Patrick Board.

A Memorial Gathering will be held Friday, May 21, 2021 from 2 P.M. to time of Services at 2:30 P.M. a Hitzeman Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 9445 W 31st Street, Brookfield, IL 60513.

Current Covid Regulations allow for a maximum of 50 people in the funeral home at a time. Face coverings are required, the lounge facilities are closed, outside food or beverages are not allowed at this time. 

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 John Munch Family. We will gladly forward it on to the family.

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  1. Mary and Bruce Torgler condolence:

    Kim and family,
    We are saddened by the loss of John. So many memories from High School, raising our families, vacations, Basketball tournaments, New Year’s and Super Bowls together will have to carry us through the days, months and years ahead without him. We are here for anything you need Kim.
    Our entire family sends their best to you, Bobby, Betsy, Andrew, Daniel and the rest of your family.
    Hugs and love to all of you.
    Mary, Bruce, Erik Torgler plus Heather, Michael and Walter Hamer


  2. sharon peterson condolence:

    To Kim and family, we offer our sincere condolences. May God guide your footsteps as you mourn the loss of John. Our prayers are with you all.


  3. Thomas, Rena and Katie Lee condolence:

    We were so sorry to hear of John’s death. We can’t imagine what you’re going through right now. Know that we are thinking of you all and sending you love.


  4. Bill Munch condolence:

    I last saw John when I was in Chicago March of 2020. Among other things, he took me to Home Run Inn not because he wanted to go but because I did. That’s just the way he was.

    Always opened up his house,let me use his car or give me a ride when I would visit. Even as a kid he would let me tag along,take me to Sox games even though I was much younger.

    When he would visit me in Arizona, he was ready to fix things around my house even though I never asked. He just took it upon himself cause again that’s the way he was. He was a stubborn, but kind-hearted guy who always had my back even when I didn’t deserve it.

    I will miss my big brother, rest in peace, John.


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