Mary Louise Cullen, nee Erbach

Mary Louise Cullen, nee Erbach, age 82 of Brookfield, IL. Beloved wife of Walter P. Cullen; fond mother of Fran Brousil, Walter J. (Denise) Cullen, Patrick (Sandy) Cullen, Chris Cullen, Michelle (Norbert) Yarka, Kathy Cullen, dear grandmother of Samantha (Evan) Boburka, Joseph Cullen, Patrick (Kisa) Cullen, Matthew Brousil, Christopher Yarka, Kimberly (Brandon) Clark, Marcus Yarka, David Cullen, William Cullen and Laura Yarka; great grandmother of Aidan Boburka, Jacob Cullen; sister of the late William Erbach, Joseph Erbach, Frances Erbach, Frances (Norbert) Kathrein, Eugene (Catherine) Erbach and Dolores (Adalbert) Bieski; aunt of many nieces & nephews.

Visitation, Thursday, January 2, 2020 from 3 P.M. to 8 P.M. and Friday, January 3, 2020 from 8:45 A.M. to 9:15 A.M. Funeral Friday 9:15 A.M. to St. Barbara Church, Mass 9:45 A.M.

Interment Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery.

Memorials appreciated to American Cancer Society, 225 Michigan Ave #1200, Chicago, IL 60601

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

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  1. Connie condolence:

    I will treasure many years of fond memories . Connie


  2. Steven E Lifka condolence:

    Condolences to the Cullen family. My prayers are with you during this time


  3. Rhonda Bergamo condolence:

    Every memory I have Mary is of her smiling. Even when life through her curl ball, she kept smiling. I will miss your smile. Rest peacefully sweet lady. Always in my heart.


  4. Sharon Helie condolence:

    I am so sorry to hear of your loss. She was a grand person and a great parent with the best children. She always put her children first. God bless you -Be at Peace.


  5. Tony Rondinella condolence:

    There is a big loss in the world she was one of the greatest human beings I ever knew and loved. A woman who was kind,generous,supportive and had great love for family and friends and would allways be there for you.She was very thoughtful and tirelessly held family functions because she truly loved and believed in the sanctity of family.A true Angel on Earth she will be supremely missed. God Bless.


  6. Kathy Robinson condolence:

    My dear mother, Catherine Weishaar Meyers, loved her cousins. She would be sad to hear of Mary’s passing, and so am I.
    Kathy Meyers Robinson
    Grand Rapids, MI


  7. Mary Koehler condolence:

    My sympathies to Walter, Fran, Walter, Patrick, Chris, Michelle and Kathy. Mary Lou was a treasure in the family and I will always think of her fondly. Such great memories of her at all family celebrations.


  8. Ron Hudson condolence:

    a fun person and a great companion to my friend Walter.


  9. Heidi Schroeder condolence:

    I was so sorry to hear about Aunt Marley. She fought cancer so hard.


  10. Heidi Schroeder condolence:

    I was so sorry to hear about Aunt Marylou. She fought cancer so hard like a good German! My heart goes out to Uncle Walter, and the whole family, you have lost someone so special. She always opened her heart to everyone. Now her love will fill your hearts.

    I wanted so to come. Hugs long distance are not the same. I have what appears to be the flu! I didn’t want to give it to all of you.

    So sorry. Sending love.
    Heidi


  11. Kassie (Dutkiewicz) Panek condolence:

    I am so sorry to hear about Mrs. Cullen’s passing. Know that you all are in my prayers at this very difficult time. I am sorry I am not able to extend my sympathies in person to you all.


  12. Kenneth R. Olund condolence:

    Aunt Mary Lou was the warmest person. She always had a smile on her face. It was always a joy to go to her house because you could feel the love. She will be missed.


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