Joanie Legittino
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Joanie Legittino, 63. Indomitable and graceful single-mother of John Legittino. Niece of renowned Chicago maestro Stanley Paul. Loving sister of the late Sandy Glog. Beautiful daughter of the late Raelene and the late Howard Mittelman. Formerly married to John Legittino. Friend of nearly everyone she met – old and young. Service Monday 11 AM at Emanuel Congregation, 5959 N. Sheridan Road Chicago, IL 60660. Interment Memorial Park. In lieu of a monetary donation, please consider becoming an organ donor– thanks to our donor Joel's remarkable generosity and gift of liver and kidney, Joanie lived seven additional years. Arrangements by Weinstein & Piser Funeral Home, 847.256.5700.


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Published in Chicago Tribune on Mar. 3, 2019.
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March 4, 2019
My condolences go out to the family and friends. I am so sorry for your loss. Continue to cherish the wonderful memories you had with Joanie. Support one another. And may you receive comfort from our Heavenly Father.
2 Thessalonians 2:16,17.
J W
March 4, 2019
My sincere condolences to your family for the loss of your love one. May the God of comfort be with you during this sad occasion and may his loving words at John 6:40 console your heart.
Z L
March 3, 2019
Dearest Joanie,
Your smile could light up the darkest room. Your ingratiating personality was a joy to all fortunate enough to know you. You will always be missed by Johnny, Stanley, myself and all whose path you crossed.
I loved you for the lady you will always be in our thoughts and hearts.
Thank you for sharing your life with us.
Love always,
Fred
FRED TOKOWITZ
March 3, 2019
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