Mary A. Mesich, nee Smith

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Mary A. Mesich, nee Smith, age 87 of Brookfield. Beloved wife of John V. Mesich; loving mother of Robert (Nika Bashaeva) Mesich, Jacqueline (Kevin O’Connor) McMillin, William James Mesich, Timothy Mesich and William Joseph (Patty) Mesich; devoted grandmother of Ashley (Matt) Klockenga, Mark Mesich, John (Samantha) Mesich, John (Susan) McMillin, Matthew McMillin, Anne (Nick) Piermarini; great grandmother of 6; sister of Frances (the late Wayne) Carlson and the late Paul (Joan) Smith; aunt of many beloved nieces and nephews; cousin-in-law of Phyllis (the late George) Grozich and Patricia (Chet) Welch.

Visitation Thursday, June 10, 2021 from 9 A.M. to time of Service 11 A.M. at Hitzeman Funeral Home, Ltd. 9445 W. 31st Street, Brookfield, IL 60513

It is requested all attending wear face coverings at Hitzeman Funeral Home. The lounge facilities are closed to guests, outside food or beverages are not allowed at this time.

Interment Resurrection Cemetery, Justice.

Information 708-485-2000 or

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  1. Dcn Tom Carlson condolence:

    Dear Mesich Family

    I remember growing up as neighbors many years ago. Mary Ann was a terrific person who was very kind and generous. She will be dearly missed. Prayers for your family as you celebrate her life and she continues her journey toward eternal life with Christ. Peace.

  2. Jimmy Carlson condolence:

    Bobby, Jackie, Billy, Tim, Mr. Mesich and the rest of the family. I’m so sorry for the loss of your mom. I have such wonderful memories of growing up with you all. Your mom was a second “mom” to us. We spent many hours playing and walking the path between our houses.
    A simpler time of life. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  3. Ginny Smith condolence:

    Mesich Cousins, Uncle Jack, Aunt Mary,

    I am sorry to hear about my beloved Aunt Mary. I have so many rich memories of her in my childhood. It makes me smile and cry at the same time right now. I can hear her laugh in my head right now. Now my dad has his sister with him. Much love and prayers being sent your way.
    Love, Ginny
    Random memory, she took me to to get my first bra one summer when I was visiting. That was embarrassing moment. She put me in the back seat of the car with Coco the family dog to have him put to sleep. No one else wanted to do this, it was really sad. We both cried the whole way to the vet and back. She made great tasting Shredded beef, like a BBQ but tangy. I just remember how good it tasted.

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