“Dear Mr. Jones,
Thank you for your professional, compassionate spirit at my grandfather, T. G’s, funeral. I remember when you buried my grandmother 25 years ago (I was 7!), and your smiling face is just the same. The professionalism of your staff will always stand out in my mind when I remember this time. That is a precious gift. Thank you.
— M. D.
John A. Gorski
May 07, 1930 - November 07, 2012
John A. Gorski, age 82, a resident of Oswego, IL, formerly of Lombard, IL and Georgetown, FL, died Wednesday, November 7, 2012. He was born May 7, 2012 in Oak Park, IL.
Beloved husband of the late Joan (nee Moore) Gorski whom he married March 31, 1951 and who preceded him in death in May 2, 2005, loving father of Sue (Ed) Raffensberger of Jacksonville, FL, John G. “Jack” (Ellen) Gorski of Warrenville, IL, Dr. Andrew (Sandi) Gorski of Warrenville, IL, Andy, Brian (Sheri) Gorski of Gilbert, AZ, James “Jim” (Patty) Gorski of Lindenhurst, IL and Daniel “Dan” (Kandi) Gorski of Wheaton, IL, adored grandfather of ten, devoted son of the late John F and Irene (nee Nobel) Gorski, dear brother of Gloria (the late Bruno) Hovanic of Forest Park, IL and Isabelle (the late William) Klich of Chicago, fond uncle of many.
John grew up in Chicago, attended Proviso High School in Maywood, IL and served in the U.S. Army during World War II. An tool & die maker by trade, he worked for Victor Gaskets, Chicago, IL and later retired from Molex, Lisle, IL. John was a founding member of Christ the King Catholic Church in Lombard and a member of St. John’s Catholic Church in Crescent City, FL. He was an usher at both churches, a member of the Knights of Columbus and St. Vincent DePaul Society.
A Rosary Service will be held Saturday, November 17, 9:30 A.M. at St. Irene Catholic Church, 28W531 Warrenville Rd., Warrenville, IL.
A Memorial Mass will follow Saturday, 10:00 A.M. at St. Irene Catholic Church, 28W531 Warrenville Rd., Warrenville, IL with Rev. Jim Antiporek officiating.
Future Inurnment: St. John’s Catholic Cemetery, Crescent City, FL.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to: Alzheimer’s Association.