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Raymond Zotti Obituary
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September 23, 2018

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October 27, 2017
Dear Zotti Family:

I remember Mr. Zotti well from the old days on Wesley of course. Many a fine party at that house. But my strongest memory of your Dad was during the year (1978?) when John and I commuted together to beautiful Blue Island. I was working at Federal Signal and I think John was working at Rockwell. John drove and I slept. Some mornings, however, we also gave a ride to the pigeons who needed to be delivered somewhere. So it was often John, me, and the pigeons on the early morning commute. Very entertaining!

With sympathy on your loss - from all the Philbins,

Mimi Philbin Carlson
October 25, 2017
The Zotti and Philbin families grew up side by side at St. Edmunds school. If there was a Zotti in a class, there was a Philbin too. The kids were friends, and so were we. We had known Ray and Mary Irene since the forties.

God bless you, Ray, as you join Mary Irene.

Fondly,
Mary Philbin