Mary A. Jamrozik
Mary A. Jamrozik, age 87, of Western Springs; beloved wife of Edward F. Jamrozik, Sr. for 65 years; loving mother of 8; proud nani of 24; great-nani of 17; dear sister of 4 siblings; aunt & friend of many. Visitation 3 to 9pm on Monday, February 22 at Hallowell & James Funeral Home, 1025 W. 55th St., Countryside. Maximum 50 people admitted into funeral home at a time. Social distancing guidelines in place; masks are required. Per family's request, please refrain from physical expressions of sympathy. Funeral Mass 11am on Tuesday, February 23 at St. John of the Cross, 5005 S. Wolf Rd., Western Springs. All attendees must register for Mass at Family & friends asked to meet at church by 10:45am to be checked in and seated. Those unable to attend may watch the live-stream at A Celebration of Life for all family & friends to attend will be held at a later date. Interment is private. In lieu of flowers, donations in Mary's name to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital are appreciated ( Funeral info: (708) 352-6500 See full obituary at

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Published by Chicago Tribune on Feb. 21, 2021.
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Hallowell & James Funeral Home
1025 West 55th Street, Countryside, IL 60525
Funeral Mass
St. John of the Cross
5005 S. Wolf Rd, Western Springs, Illinois
Funeral services provided by:
Hallowell & James Funeral Home
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My heart is sadden to hear about her passing . Mary was like a mom to me went we work at Irving federal bank . I can remember when we all had our birthdays Mary would come marching in to the bank with her birthday cakes for everybody we all had a favorite cake that she would bake mine was the pistachio cake. Although I haven't spoke with Mary for a while she was always on my mind.Mary you have definitely earned your wings on Earth here may you rest in peace.You will be miss!

Patty Quinn- Falk
Patty Quinn-Falk
February 28, 2021
So sorry for your loss- good times at IHM! God Bless!
Jack & JoAnn Bataoel and Family
February 21, 2021
She was a wonderful and loving aunt and Godmother. She always considered me a "daughter" more than a niece, especially after my mom (her sister Ida) passed away. She also treated my son as another "grandchild" and not a great nephew. She always remembered to give him a $2.00 bill like she gave the rest of her grandchildren at Easter. RIP aunt Mary we love you and miss you. Love Rosanne, Bobby, Jimmy and Marisol
Rosanne Cadetto
February 19, 2021