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Anthony J. Lullo, Jr.

Born: 1935     Died: 2011

Anthony J. Lullo, Jr. age 75, U.S. Army Veteran. Beloved husband of Mary Ann and the late Kathleen. Loving father of Vicki Anne (Kenneth) Wagner, Mark Anthony, Kim (Jeff) Dober, Deborah Kulpa and Cynthia (Greg) Heiden. Proud grandpa of 5, cherished great grandpa of 3. Devoted brother of Maryann (Frank) Billmeier, Ronald (Arlene) and Donald (Mikki) and the late Robert. Also loved by many nieces and nephews. Visitation Monday 3-9pm at the Brady-Gill Funeral Home 16600 S. Oak Park Ave. Tinley Park, where services will be held on Tuesday at 10am. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers Memorials to American Cancer Society or American Diabetes Association appreciated. (708) 614-9900

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Mary Dober 03-11-2011 11:16

My grandfather was a stubborn man. Most people frown upon such behavior, but me and my family smiled upon it and most of the time found a deep sense of humor. I remember thinking to myself, "he isnt EVER gonna die, he is gonna out live us all he is so stubborn". Well apparently there were other plans. I recieved a phone call from my mother late Thursday night that my grandfather passed away. These past couple of days have been very trying emotionally and mentally. Grandpa, I know that you didnt always agree with the actions of many people in our family. I know that there were times that you were less than proud of all of us. But you were still there. I wish things could have been different in many aspects but I am still proud to stand and say that you were my grandfather. I remember making jokes as a little kid. Grandma was " Grandma Honey", and you were "Grandpa Grump". I love how you found it funny as opposed to taking offense to it. But then again, most people in our family have a querky kind of sense of humor. I remember almost everything. The dinners at Grandma Lizzy's house, you did what at the time I thought was the COOLEST card trick EVER by making the jacks rob a building and manage to all make it to the roof top. You were ALSO the first person to teach me a funny lesson. NEVER say yes when asked if you want to play a fun new game called 52 Card Pick Up. lol. Lesson learned. There are many other things that I remember that I do not wish to get into detail on so no one is offended by anything. Sadly you have left us. Uncle Mark, Aunt Vicki and Mom... your 3 children, Cindy and Debbie.. your 2 stepchildren, Maryann... the woman you felt deserved to earn your last name and had proved that she could give you a run for your money in the "art" of being stubborn, My sister Suzzanne, my cousin Tony and myself... your 3 biological grandchildren, Cindy's children Eric and Emily whom she was willing to share with you, your great grandchildren, in order of birth, Matthew Adam, Andrew Dwight-John (Johnny), Aiden Douglas-Kenneth (Timmy), Kaiden Nicholas, Kathleen Julianna, and little Joseph whom we are expecting ANY day now. We all love you dearly and for those too young to remember you as they grow, we will tell them about you every step of the way. We will make sure, that just like Grandma, you will NEVER be forgotten.

 
 
Suzy Olson 03-11-2011 11:16

I will always remember my first limo ride he gave me and our morning trips with the geese and I can only pass those memories onto my children and provide them with the knowledge of what a great man he truly was. Although we cannot be there in person we would like to express our sincere condolences for your loss. We are all thinking of you in this time of need and want you to know that not a day will pass that grandpa/great grandpa will not be missed in our household.

 
 
Becki Stone 03-11-2011 11:16

Pop's was a unique character.

 

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