Jack A. Lenburg

  • Born: December 21, 1946
  • Died: November 22, 2017
  • Location: Manteno, Illinois

Kurtz Memorial Chapel

102 E. Francis Road
P.O. Box 129
New Lenox, IL 60451

Tel. (815) 485-3200

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Jack A. Lenburg
Aged 70, a resident of Manteno, formerly of Park Forest, IL., passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, November 22, 2017. Devoted and loving father of Tammy Riley, Tara (Andrew) Doggett, and Jennifer Lenburg; beloved son of Julie Dionne (Angelo); cherished grandfather of Amanda, Fred, Nicholas, and Benjamin, and great-grandfather of Jacob and Sierra; dear brother of Craig (Suzie Kelly Lenburg), Debbie (John) Skipper, and Dino (Tracy) Lenburg; fond uncle of Nora, Taylor, and Kaitlyn Lenburg. He was preceded in death by his father Allen Lenburg, and grandson Jacob. Jack spent most of his career as a placement director for several colleges, finding jobs for graduating students. Jack was an enthusiastic History buff and taught previously as a teacher for CPS. He was a truly passionate Star Trek fan, and was the author of "Another View of the Psychology of Mr. Spock's Popularity" chapter in the book, "The Best of Trek #2." He also ran a fantasy football league for over 20 years. He enjoyed spending time with his daughters, watching movies, particularly Sci-Fi and playing video games. The family will receive friends at Kurtz Memorial Chapel, 102 E. Francis Road, New Lenox, IL 60451 on Tuesday, November 28, 2017 from 3:00 PM until time of Memorial Service at 7:00 PM. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, donations to the American Diabetes Association, www.dibetes.org. or the American Cancer Society, www.cancer.org. would be appreciated. Info www.kurtzmemorialchapel.com or 815-485-3700.


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I worked with Jack for many years assisting college graduates find jobs in their fields of study.

He was a very humorous man and very good with students. He often came to work with a smile on his face and a bag of my favorite pastries in hand. He was one in a million! A few weeks ago we met for lunch and I am so glad now that we did it. I am glad I got the chance to eat with him and catch up.

I am very sad to read his obituary today. He was a kind, generous man. I am so sorry to see that he passed so suddenly. May peace be with all of Jack's family and friends. I am very sorry for your loss. We will miss him.

Posted by Julie Lynch - Valparaiso, IN - Coworker   November 28, 2017

Sorry for your loss, sounds like a man I would have liked to have known, I will be praying for your family.

Posted by Robert Swacker III - Milo, IA   November 25, 2017