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Jean L. Siano

Born: 1934     Died: 2017

Jean L. Siano

Jean L. Siano age 82, Beloved wife of the late Philip. Loving mother of Gary Siano, Lisa Blaszak, David Siano and Craig (Stacy) Siano. Proud grandma of Nicole (Rob), Matthew (Corri), Michael, Amanda, Jake, Phil, Brandon, Samantha, Nicholas, Kaitlin, Tony, Joseph and Gianna. Cherished great-grandma of Leo, Landon, Asher, Paisley and Ronen. Devoted sister of John (Mary) Nowak and the late Arlita (Andy) Cardin. Also loved by many nieces and nephews. Memorial visitation Sunday 2-9pm at the Brady-Gill Funeral Home 16600 S. Oak Park Ave.,Tinley Park, where Memorial services will be held at 4:00pm. Private Interment at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery. Donation may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project P.O. Box 758517 Topeka, KS 66675 appreciated. (708) 614-9900 or www.bradygill.com

Visitation:

Time:
March 19, 2017  2:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location:
Brady-Gill, Tinley Park   -   Map
Street:
16600 S. Oak Park Ave.
City:
Tinley Park
State:
IL
ZIP:
60477

Service:

Date:
March 19, 2017
Time:
Service 4:00 pm
Location:
Brady-Gill Funeral Home, Tinley Park, IL

Final Disposition:

Type:
Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery
Location:
Elwood, IL

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David vanderlaan 03-19-2017 18:54

Alway remember she was a fun lady in life . We thick about you in heaven.

 
 
Ginny Siano-Eck 03-15-2017 19:49

When I was 5 years old my Mother (Aunt Millie) had to be hospitalized. Charlene and Steve were placed with Grandmother Siano and I had the great fortune to be placed with Aunt Jean and Uncle Phil. Aunt Jean took me to my first day of kindergarten. I stayed in their home two weeks. They were the first in the family to own a color TV and I saw Bozo Circus for the first time in color. I received more attention in those two weeks then I had received collectively in my short life. When my Father came to bring me home I cried and said, “oh no, I want to stay here!”
Later in that same year Aunt Jean took me to my first movie in a movie theatre along with Cousins Debbie and Maria. We saw One Hundred and One Dalmatians. Last May for my year end Concert I used the song Cruella De Vil for my young students. I dedicated the song to Aunt Jean noting the reason why and sent her a copy of the program book as I never forgot that special outing.
When in Chicago for cousin Tony’s funeral, we stopped and visited Aunt Jean in South Holland before leaving town. While there a resident came up to us and told us he was her boyfriend. She replied to him, “You’ll have to get in line there are several ahead of you.” Everyone in ear shot got a good laugh. She had a wonderful sense of humor.
Last month I was in Florida with cousin Maria and we started to reminisce about our only remaining Aunt and all the attributes that made her so very special. She will be sorely missed but has left an indelible impression with all who knew and loved her.

 

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