Condolence & Memory Journal

You and Uncle Len always took time out to celebrate holidays and all of our birthdays. I hope you both know how much that meant to all three of us; I hope uncle Len knew that he was loved. I am happy that Aleksandra knows who he is, but it's sad that she won't get to know him better.

I'll always remember when I was younger, I did the brakes on the blazer, pumped the brakes a few times but didn't fully load the cylinders before pulling out of the garage. The blazer bumped into your Toyota and probably messed the bumper up a little. Uncle Len didn't get get mad at me, and better yet, he didn't tell anyone (at least not that day). I'm sure the brake job that I did ended up costing uncle Len a ton of time rather than saving him any. That is how I will remember him.

I'll also miss hanging out in the garage as a family when a barbecue got rained out, chasing tennis balls that were shot out of the fence post with an m80, and having the whole family around for holidays.

Posted by Jason Caswick - IL - Family   April 18, 2018

Pam, I truely enjoyed caring for Lenny. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Melissa Lehnus - Kankakee, IL - Friend   April 18, 2018


Nothing quite compares to the Love of a spouse. Hold on to their memories and know that they are always with you. Len is just a whisper away. We were truly bless to have both of you as neighbors.

God Bless,
Dan & Mary Jo

Posted by Dan & Mary Jo Small - Mokena, IL - Neighbor   April 16, 2018