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In Memory

Frank Lux

Frank Lux

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Frank 'Skip' Lux 1951-2012

 

EVERGREENPARK — Frank "Skip" Lux, 61, of Evergreen Park, died Dec. 28, in Evergreen Park.

He was born July 27, 1951, in Streator, to former Streator Mayor Francis "Butch" and Esther (Reinecke)Lux. He graduated in 1969 from Streator High School, and attended the University of Illinois. He married Dorothy Dobrik on Aug. 7, 1976.

He lived in the Chicago area for more than 40 years, but continued his many Streator friendships.

He was proceded in death by his parents.

He is survived by his wife, Dorothy; daughter, Katie (Chris) Knox of Tinley Park; sons, Charlie and Geordie Lux, of Evergreen Park; sister, Jamie (Martin) Cenac of Lafayette, La.; brother-in-law George (Lori) Dobrik, of Champaign; brother-in-law, John Adams, of Oakwood, Ga.; special family friend, Barb Kotches, of Park Forest; and many nieces and nephews.

He will always be known for the many interesting and entertaining stories about things that had happened in his life.

Visitation will be from 3 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 2, at Kosary Funeral Home, 9837 S. Kedzie in Evergreen Park, and 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 3, at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 4041 W. 120th St., in Alsip, with memorial services at 10:30 a.m. at the church.

 

 

 
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12/31/12 08:29 PM #1    

Mary Jo Hart (Brust. 815-488-8082)

Rest in Peace Skip. We will miss you and keep you in our prayers


01/01/13 08:28 PM #2    

Brian Schreiber

Frank

Summer school roommates at the U.  Pizza at midnight.  Rockin' the dorm courtyard. . . even the black folks thought we were nuts.  We were.  Too much beer.  Playin' hearts too much especially you; remember Chuck? "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest".  Tennis-- you taught me.  That T2000 sucked.  What did you say into your pillow?!  Thanks for keeping me sane that summer.  Running off with the blonde in the rain, I should have left her with you. Still feel guilty.  Wish we had stayed in contact more.  . . .  Donna.

Glad you met Dor.

Frank.        Sorry, I never called you Skip.

I will miss you, buddy.  See you on the other side.

Schreiber


01/06/13 10:39 AM #3    

Marjorie Thomas

Here's to all the great moments we shared at SHS.. and especially Frank.. all the great.. happy.. and fun times of WIZZ Jr... I have such wonderful memories of all of us that were together.. truly one of the best things we ever did..

I dont think I have known anyone quite like you FL.. always a gentleman.. and such a very sweet guy.. your smile never went away.. you brought many happy moments not only into my life.. but everyone you met.. 

thankyou for being such a great friend.. Marjie 


07/04/14 07:53 AM #4    

Alan Kunkel

It has taken some time for me to reflect and collect my thoughts.

My closest friend from third grade at Sherman School through college and beyond. Best man at my wedding. Confidant and buddy through the fun times of childhood, youth, and the never-to-be forgotten teen years. Alternating driving when out cruising. Loyalty and trust never broken. 

Skip, thanks for your friendship, trust, and crazy sense of humor. You brought me out of "the pits" so many times. You made a great difference. As I am sure there will be a Silverfross in heaven, order for me a tenderloin, fries, and a large root beer. Don't forget the extra ketchup.


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