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Victor G. Laurinaitis
September 18, 1945 ~ January 25, 2020 (age 74) 74 Years Old
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Victor G. Laurinaitis of Oak Lawn, cherished husband of Barbara nee Heinen for 50 years. Loving father of Gregory (Deborah); Jeffrey (Jennifer); and Karen (William) Page. Proud grandfather of Tyler; Kailey and Jonathan; Luke, Nolan and James.
Dear brother of the late Antanas (late Aldona) Laurent; the late Juozas (Gladys) Laurin; the late Stanley (Judy); Peter (Mary Ann) and the late Ronald. Fond uncle of many nieces and nephews.
Victor emigrated from Germany in 1950, grew up in Bridgeport and is a proud U.S. Army veteran. Victor was a machine operator at RR Donnelley and retired after 37 years. He enjoyed family events and traditions, travel, bowling, movies, grilling, dancing, and gardening. His green thumb once earned him 2nd placed in the Oak Lawn Garden Walk. He enjoyed attending his grandchildren’s various activities from sports to plays.
Visitation Thursday 3:00-9:00 p.m. Funeral Friday 9:00 a.m. from Palos-Gaidas Funeral Home (Heinen and Loschetter Funeral Service ) 11028 Southwest Hwy. To St Louis De Montfort Church, Mass 10:30 a.m. Internment St. Mary Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, we would like to request donations for research into Alzheimer and Dementia at the University of Chicago Memory Clinic. 90% of what we know about these brain diseases have only been learned the past 10 years. These diseases are afflicting many persons at younger ages than they have in the past and it’s important to understand both the causes and potential cures and prevention strategies. University of Chicago has provided an incredible amount of support, guidance and information for us the past 3 years and we would like to Pay It Forward in his honor.