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John L. Salata Jr.

Arlington Heights, Illinois

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John L. Salata, Jr., 67 of Gurnee, IL passed away suddenly early Thursday morning, January 11, 2007 at home. John was born April 1, 1939 in Waukegan, IL and on April 15, 1961 he married Loretta Therry at Holy Rosary Church in North Chicago. John and his wife Loretta were the founders and owners...

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Loretta,
You are in my thoughts and prayers. I know how lost you are without John. Remember you are thought of often.

Oh my, The Lord has taken a big man here.

I just talked to John on Jan. 3rd 2007 and he wanted me to help him build a new Rescue truck.

He always had it in his heart to help anyone in need and he taught me a lot. I will cherish all the times he & I spent together working on the Ambulances, working in the Funeral Home, thinking of new ventures or just putzing around in one of his many garages of stuff.

Your family has given me many wonderful stories when...

Dear Loretta and Family,

I am very sorry for your loss. You and your family have always been there for my family (Paul and Ciolek) and I want to express my deepest condolences.

Dear
loretta, You do not know me but I have been a friend of the family
through my Grandfather and Grandmother(Leo & Jean Kukla)and great
nephew of (Pauline Mateja). My regards to your lose. I would just like
to share the greatest memory however bad it was at the time.
When my Grandfather died your family the salatas made me feel welcomed.
you probably do not remember but it is etched in my memory for life.
The way the salatas took care of us was...

Loretta, Chris, Bonnie John & Katie,
I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

My Dearest Loretta, Chris, Bonnie, John & Katie,

I'm so sorry to hear of John's sudden passing. Lloyd called to tell me. You & your family were so great to my family all of these years. When Mom worked for you as bookkeeper of the Ambulance Service, she always had the most amazing & funny stories to tell. I think she came to think of your kids as her kids as well. The funniest story she would always tell people (& I even tell it today) is when she was the lunch...

Chris,
I am so sorry for your great loss. I am holding you up, dear sister in Christ, for comfort and peace.

Loretta, My heart goes out to you at this time of your great loss.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.