Daniel Donald DelGiudice
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Daniel Donald DelGiudice avid golfer, lifelong White Sox and Bears fan, longtime Motorola employee, and talented drummer who was the heartbeat of the Jimmy Dello Orchestra, passed away peacefully on July 31, 2020. At his bedside were his children Danny (Olivia) and Kathy (Tim). He is survived by his beloved wife Judy. He is reunited with his parents Frank and Angeline, and siblings Jimmy, Anthony, and Connie. He will be greatly missed by his grandchildren Marcie (Jeff), Katie (Tom), Julie, Tony (Sarah), Michael (Marissa) and Audrey. Great Boompa to Charlie, Logan, Wes, Fiona, and Lucas. Favorite Uncle of countless nieces and nephews, and fond cousin to many. Private entombment at All Saints Mausoleum because, as he often said, "You gotta do what you gotta do, and so forth and so on." During this time of disconnect it is imperative to socially engage at www.funerals.pro there you can leave a message, a memory or a picture. For more information please call 847-537-6600



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Published in Chicago Tribune on Aug. 7, 2020.
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August 13, 2020
My condolences to Dan's family.

Dan and I worked together At Motorola for over 25 years. But I really got to know him at the Motorola Golf events.

I will miss his smile when he found a ball in the water.

He will be missed by those who worked and golfed with him.

Rest in piece.

Bill Kowalski
Bill Kowalski
Coworker
August 11, 2020
I enjoyed working with Dan at Motorola for many years. There was even more enjoyment having him on my sailboat in charge of the forward sails. This was a Wednesday early leave from work, a drive down to Monroe Harbor and a beautiful evening sail. As he gained skill I gave him charge of the helm. He really enjoyed being captain. He was a warm, gentle person, a joy to be around. We lost touch when I transferred to Denver. But, I will never forget Dan and our times together. Andy Affrunti co-worker, friend, sailor
Andy Affrunti
Coworker
August 7, 2020
My condolences to Dan's family. I worked with Dan for a long time. I best remember him on the golf course it was the golfing foursome in any weather. Dan, Dan Walsh, AL Mahanna, and Casey Frayder. when somebody wouldn't make it they were always looking for a fourth. Some times Erv Schieve, some times me or any one else who could get away. At least Al now has somebody to play with. Dan was one of the good guys.
Richard Ryzner
Friend
August 6, 2020
I worked with Dan for around 30 years at Motorola's Applied Technology Department. When I started my career at Motorola Dan was the person who showed me the ropes. He introduced me to the model shop and to the many contacts that manufactured parts for our projects. Dan was always friendly, supportive a pleasure to work with. He will be missed.
Joe Pacyk
Coworker
August 5, 2020
I enjoyed working with Dan in Applied Technology. He was very knowledgeable and had a great attitude. I have thought of him often since he retired. Condolences and prayers for the family.
George Kumpf
Coworker
August 5, 2020
Rest in peace Dan. It was my pleasure to have worked with you for all those years. Prayers to you and your family.
Kathy Dean
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