Lorraine D. Kokoszka, nee Wisniewski

Lorraine Kokoszka

Lorraine D. Kokoszka, nee Wisniewski, age 94, of La Grange Park. Beloved wife of the late Bruno Kokoszka; dear sister of the late Edward Wisniewski and Emilie (the late Casimer) Lesniak; aunt of Diane Borek, Patricia (John) Trakselis, Patty Kokoszka, Carol Trotter, Christine (Charlie) Dahlenberg; great aunt of Karen (Nicholas) Hoffman, Katharine (Robert) Avery and Christina (Timothy) Albores.

For the safety of all, it is appreciated if masks are worn.

Visitation, celebration of life, will be held on Friday, August 13, 2021 from 3 P.M. to 8 P.M. at Hitzeman Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 9445 W. 31st Street, Brookfield.

A Private Funeral Mass will be held at St. Louise de Marillac Church, La Grange Park.

Interment Private Resurrection Cemetery, Justice.

Lorraine enjoyed her coffee like her neighborhood gossip; scalding hot. She had a dark sense of humor with a giant heart. Most of all, she was always generous and deeply loved by her family and friends. She will be greatly missed.

Memorials appreciated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas, Place, Memphis, TN 38105

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

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  1. Norma Dutter condolence:

    Tim, Chris and family, So sorry for the loss of this wonderful lady. love, don & norma

  2. Linda hoffman condolence:

    Dear family of Lorraine. I enjoyed so much our family get togethers with lorraine… she was so easy to to talk to and it was very apparent she loved to be with everybody … she will be greatly missed… my prayers to everyone love Linda

  3. Ellen Biehl condolence:

    Lorraine and I had many great trips to our favorite place to relax and enjoy the day, but due to COVID, we weren’t able to go there in the past few years, in fact our last conversation was about how we missed those trips. Will miss her dearly. RIP.

  4. Ellen Biehl condolence:

    Lorraine and I enjoyed our trips to our favorite place, our last conversation was about how we missed going there..You will be sorely missed. RIP dear friend.

  5. Patricia Kokoszka Keefe condolence:

    Pat and family:
    So sorry to hear Aunt Lorraine has passed away. Uncle Bruno and her are reunited as well as Emily, Cuzzy, and the rest of the family. She did have a great sense of humor, and I loved chit chatting about politics with her when she called my Mom and I’d answer the phone. Much love and RIP and Godspeed to her, see you all on Friday
    Patty Kokoszka-Keefe

  6. Denise Macyauski condolence:

    Dear Kokoszka family – Out of the blue this morning I thought of Lorraine and googled her only to find that she passed 4 days ago – I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Lorraine for many years at AT&T and she trained me as an Executive Secretary. I was her backup when she went on vacation with her family or her weekly hair appointments. She spoke so lovingly of her nieces and of course Bruno. She was the best of the best! She was so smart, sweet funny ~ but watch out if you tried to get by her to the VP lol! She was fiercely loyal and we always had a great laugh! We exchanged Christmas cards for years – I’ll be thinking of her this year and for many years to come. She was a special lady.

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