Carmela Kostner Fleck
1926 - 2020
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Carmela Kostner Fleck (July 10, 1926 - September 11, 2020). Beloved wife of Joe Fleck, loving aunt of many nieces and nephews. The "Hat Lady" lived a full and happy life. A very interesting lady, who always drew a crowd. She traveled all over the world, spending time in Mexico every year, and loved to tell about her journeys, especially at the schools. After her retirement from AT&T (Pioneer), she enjoyed volunteering as a fundraiser for the disabled American Vets, the Burbank Marine Corp League and Hines Veterans Hospital. She enjoyed her weekly bingo games at the VFW in Oak Lawn. She appreciated the ladies from Season's Hospice for all of their assistance. She enjoyed life to it's fullest and will be missed by all who knew her. Visitation Sunday, Sept. 20th, 3-9 PM at the Palos-Gaidas Funeral Home, 11028 Southwest Hwy. (7700W) Palos Hills. Funeral Monday, Sept. 21st, 11:15 AM service at the funeral home. Interment Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery. Express your thoughts and memories in the online Guest Book at www.palosgaidasfh.com (708) 974 4410



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Published in Chicago Tribune on Sep. 16, 2020.
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September 16, 2020
Our sincerest condolences to the Kostner and Fleck family. Carmela was a very special lady and will be dearly missed. We will always remember her kindness, impeccable class and style and of course let's not forget all her amazing hats and those beautiful gold fingernails May she rest in peace. Pat and Teri Stallone (Melaine's daughter and son-in-law)
Terese Stallone
September 16, 2020
Thinking of the family and wishing them comfort and peace
Lexus
September 16, 2020
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.
David Gaidas and Family
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