Michael Anthony Spinasanto

Michael Anthony Spinasanto, age 61 of Brookfield. Beloved husband of Mary Lou Spinasanto, nee Ricci; loving father of Andrea Spinasanto; brother of Linda (Mike) Uher, Robert (Kathy) Spinasanto, Tony (Sandy) Spinasanto, John (Toni) Spinasanto and Joe (Anna) Spinasanto; son-in-law of Mary Ricci; brother-in-law of Dan (Eva) Ricci, Mike (Lucy) Ricci and Nick (Kim) Ricci; uncle of many nieces and nephews.

Visitation Friday, October 26, 2018 from 10:30 A.M. to 11:30 A.M. at Hitzeman Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 9445 West 31st Street, Brookfield, IL 60513.

Funeral Mass 12 P.M. at St. Louise de Marillac Church, 30th & Raymond, La Grange Park, IL.

Interment Private.

In lieu of flowers, memorials appreciated to American Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 15829, Arlington, VA 22215.

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

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  1. Sween condolence:

    Mary Lou and Andrea,
    So very sorry to hear this. Marianne has kept us updated. We know how much Mike struggled with his health and feel assured that he has found some peace. Thanks to you two for the love and support he received, particularly these last few weeks.
    You are both very strong women, and we are so glad you have each other right now. Stay strong.

    Love you both to the moon and back.

    Sween , Pam and Brian.


  2. Cindy Craig condolence:

    My condolences to you Mary and to your daughter. I knew Mike only briefly during our time as coworkers at CGD but I really enjoyed working with him and meeting you at the Christmas party. God bless. You’re in my prayers.


  3. Pamela Owens condolence:

    I’m so sorry to hear this news. Mike was such a fun guy and I enjoyed meeting him at Cabinets & granite direct. My prayers and thoughts are with you. May God strengthen and hold you tightly.


  4. Bob Kalal condolence:

    Mike was a Great guy to work with at McDonalds back in 1975. His Sister Linda also worked there at that time & I went to school with Linda. Lots of joking around & Laughing. Made work go by a lot faster & easier.
    I know he will be missed.
    So Sorry for Your Loss.
    Thoughts & Prayers to the Family.
    Bob Kalal Central Illinois


  5. Michelle linkowski condolence:

    I’m so sorry to hear about Mike passing. He was a great guy to work with. He always made me laugh at the Depot. He will be missed!


  6. Mr. and Mrs Fitzgerald condolence:

    Mary Lou, We are so sorry to hear that Mike passed away. You and your daughter are in our thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time. May the the good Lord watch over you and comfort you.

    Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald


  7. Bart Erwin condolence:

    Mary Lou, my deepest condolences to you and your family! We meet many years before you and Mike meet so never had the pleasure to meet him. I know you picked a winner and enjoyed many years of happiness. We will keep you in our prayers and God remind you every day of the enjoyment you both shared !

    Bart & Sandy
    Catawba Island, Ohio


  8. Dan Hanyzewski condolence:

    Mary Lou,
    Michael and I did not run in the same circles back in the 70’s but if it is any solice when we did have an occasion to connect your guy was always a smile that was contagious and he made you feel special if but for just a minute. I have no doubt that he touched many people in that way.
    My heart and many prayers to you and your family. Keep that smile with you and know you will be together again .
    My very very best,,
    Dan Hanyzewski & Family


  9. Carol Skwarek condolence:

    Mary Lou,
    My deepest sympathies on the loss of your husband. May the years of good memories bring you comfort in the days ahead.
    Carol Skwarek


  10. Greg & Sue Ripoli condolence:

    Mary Lou & Andrea,

    We so sorry for your loss. We will pray for you during this hard time.


  11. LJ condolence:

    I am truly sorry for your loss. When we are faced with unbearable pain, we can find comfort in the hope found in the Bible. God promises to comfort us in all our trials. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) He promises that those who have fallen asleep in death will have the prospect of living forever in paradise. “And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection.“ (Acts 24:15) There will be a resurrection, and those who are brought back will not worry about sickness, pain, or death. (Revelation 21:4) May this hope comfort your greiving hearts at this difficult time.


  12. N. Brooks condolence:

    It is with sincere sympathy that I shared this information with you. Trying to find the right words or thoughts to share with someone when they have lost a loved one to death can be very difficult. It is my hope that you will find comfort in the memories of your love one that will carry you through the years to come.

    I have found that the hope God gives in his Word the Bible to be a source of great comfort. In the Bible book of Acts 24:25 and John 5:28, 29 we have a sure promise that we can see our love ones again. Attached is a link to a little track that provides more information regarding that promise. Perhaps after everything has settled down you will find time to review that information along with your copy of your Bible.

    Again, I give my deepest sincere sympathy to you and your family.


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