John-Moreschi-Obituary

John R. Moreschi

Lombard, Illinois

Age 83

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John passed away on Thursday, January 5, 2017. John was a resident of Lombard, Illinois at the time of his passing. He was married to Beverly. Visitation will be held Friday from 9:30 AM until time of funeral prayers at 10:30 AM at Brust Funeral Home 135 S. Main Street Lombard to Christ the King Church 1501 S. Main Street Lombard for 11 AM Mass. Interment will follow at Assumption Cemetery in Wheaton. In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to the ALS Foundation or the Les Turner ALS Foundation.

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Mr. Moreschi was an excellent physics teacher who kept things light and fun for his students. Just a wonderful teacher.

John failed me in chemistry class. Unknown to me, he "staggered" the final exam so that row 1 had "Test A," row 2 had "Test B", row 3 had "Test A" and so forth. Sitting next to the class braniac, I thought I had it made. However, when I got my exam returned, it had a large "F" at the top with a hand-drawn stick figure with an enormous head and bulging, huge eyes. At the top, next to the "F" was written, "BIG EYES!" I...

wow, Mr Moreschi, one of my favorites....and definitely my favorite class in H.S. ...His quote---Physics is Phun! And he made it fun! I have applied the knowledge he imparted (by making it fun) throughout my career. Sad to hear he has increased his entropy...Prayers for him and his family

40 years ago John was my teacher as I struggled in his physics class. He made it extremely interesting and I found it all fascinating... but didn't do too well on the tests. That's when he showed me his compassion as he worked with me after school, coaching me in study skills, and even letting me re-take a test I completely bombed. I had a lot of great teachers, but he was, and will always be my favourite teacher. Prayers for comfort for his family....

A truly lovely gentleman and colleague. A fine teacher loved by students and staff. My deepest sympathy. Anita Brechtel