Louis R. Costello
Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services
7000 South Madison Street
Willowbrook, IL
Louis R. Costello, age 70, at rest March 20, 2021. Beloved husband of Virginia (Cloonan) Costello for 45 years. Adored father of Sara Costello. Loving son of Anthony L. Costello (deceased) and Virginia F. Costello (Lenza, deceased). Cherished brother of Mary Ann (Darryl) Hotzfield. Caring son-in-law of James P. Cloonan and Anna Mary Cloonan (Athey, deceased). Dear brother-in-law of Jeanne (Cloonan) and Robert Zweig, William and Maureen (Hordecky) Cloonan, James Cloonan, Michael Cloonan (deceased), Joseph Cloonan and Joanne Cloonan. Fond uncle of many wonderful nieces, nephews and great-nieces and nephews. Lou was a kind, strong and loving father, husband, friend and family member and he will be dearly missed.

Visitation Friday, April 16, 4:00-8:00 pm, Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd., 7000 S. Madison St., Willowbrook, 630-325-2300. Mass on Saturday, April 17, 11:00 am, St. John of the Cross Church, 5005 S. Wolf Road, Western Springs. Please register for Mass at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0948A8AF28ABF58-louis. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Myelodysplastic Syndrome Foundation or the AAMDS International Foundation would be appreciated. The family thanks the many blood donors who contributed to Lou's care. They invite those who loved Lou to consider donating blood in his memory.

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Published by Chicago Tribune on Apr. 11, 2021.
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Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services
7000 South Madison Street, Willowbrook, IL
Funeral Mass
St. John of the Cross Church
5005 S. Wolf Road, Western Springs, IL
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Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services
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Dear Oouie (as I lovingly called him) a close friend all through high school. I used to manage to include him in all kinds of interesting pranks: for instance taking all of the frogs the day we were to dissect them in our biology class. Oouie had the car and over we went to Marquette Park to let them all loose. I also will never forget when Lou was in the phone booth and I jumped in with all my books and all of his books etc. we laughed so hard we had to have help to get out. I will think of you often Lou you were a big part of my life. You will truly be missed a great sincere guy. Love Sandi
Sandi Morjal DiPietro
April 15, 2021
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