Henry-Piermattei-Obituary

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Henry J. Piermattei

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Our sympathy to the family. Henry was my wonderful choir director and friend for many years. He composed our wedding processional music, which he framed for me. He gave my godchild, Adrianne Gagnon, piano lessons. He was a very special person.
God bless.
Mary lynn and Bill Lucas

I am so very sad to hear this news. Mr. Piermattei taught piano to me, my four siblings, and my Mother over a period covering almost two decades. He was a wonderful, patient teacher and taught me so much. We so enjoyed it when he would play for us after a lesson and he played piano at my Mother's funeral mass. I will never forget him and am forever grateful to him for enriching my life. My deepest condolences to the entire Piermattei family.

Mr. Piermattei was my piano teacher for seven years,and was always very patient. My parents also enjoyed his musical gift as he would occasionally play for us at the end of a lesson. My sympathy to his family.

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.

Our sincere condolences to "Corky's" family. He was very dedicated to his Family and his music.
We spent msny times together with both of our Parent's Families.
Cousin Guy and Ang Bacci

Prayers to the Piermattei family during this time of sadness.

Our thoughts and prayers are with your entire family during this very sad time. Henry was such a wonderful man and an inspiration to so many.

Sharyn and John Sather

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Henry's Obituary

 

Henry “Corky”J. Piermattei, 86, of Villa Park, IL. Beloved husband of the late Norine nee Elwood, loving father of Janice (the late Edward) Francour and Jill (Dan) Casey, dear Nonno of Kevin and Jillian Francour, Colleen (Reed) Wilcox, fond brother of the late Elaine (Nick) Steder, brother in law of Kay Skalman,  dear uncle of Kaci Steder, Brian (Lisa) Steder, Nick Jr. and Michael Steder, Mary (Jerry) Welle, Michael Skalman, Paul (Anke) Skalman, Diane (Chip) Stovall, Mark (Kim) Skalman and Kevin Skalman, great uncle of many, special friend of Dan Brink, Lynn Spehn and Mary Quiroz. Henry moved to Villa Park with his family at the age of 7 and was a lifelong resident, attending St. Alexander’s grade school and York high school. He had a successful career at Harris Bank, where he met and married Norine, the love of his life. When he later retired from the bank, his love of music and talent became his livelihood. He taught piano lessons to many students of all ages. He was also the choir director at St. Alexander’s parish for 20 plus years. Both of these activities were a great source of pride and happiness for him. Finally, Henry was a “true blue” Cubs fan and thrilled to watch their World Series win with the family last year!  Memorial Visitation - Saturday Dec 23, 2017at 9:00 a.m. until time of Memorial Mass at 10:00 a.m. at St. Alexander Church 300 S. Cornell, Villa Park, IL. Interment private. In lieu of flowers memorials to Best Friends Animal Society are appreciated  5001 Angel Canyon Road, Kanab, Utah 84741 Arrangements by Steuerle Funeral Home 630-832-4161.

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