SALVATORE J. LANASA
Salvatore J. Lanasa, age 76, US Navy Veteran, loving husband of Antoinette, nee Donatelli; beloved son of Florence, nee Secondi, and the late Vito Lanasa; dearest father of Joseph, Anne (Bruce) Goeckner, Michael, Debra (Scott) Campbell, Anthony, and Patricia (Mark) Zurawski; dearest grandfather of Brooke, Michael, Jessica, Lauren, Anthony, David, Nicholas, Adam, Justin, Angel, Casey, Alek, and Mark Patrick; dear great-grandfather of Devin, Michael and Josh; devoted brother of Rosemarie (Quint) Grubb and Arleen Lanasa-Hensley; fond uncle and great-uncle of nieces and nephews. Memorial visitation Friday, Feb, 4, 2011, 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Montclair-Lucania Funeral Home, 6901 W. Belmont Ave., Chicago 60634. Mrs. Antoinette Lanasa will not be present at the memorial visitation on Friday. An open house will take place on Saturday, Feb. 5 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. at Mrs. Lanasa's home in Wauconda, IL. 773-622-9300 or www.montclair-lucaniafuneral.com

  
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Published by Chicago Tribune from Feb. 1 to Feb. 2, 2011.
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Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Barbara & Frank Miccucio
February 5, 2011
SANDRA INGLESE
February 5, 2011
Toni, our thoughts and prayers go out you and your family. Having grown up with Sal, I'll always have fond memories of him.

Barbara and John Zapatka
John Zapatka
February 4, 2011
Toni, I express my sympathy to you and your whole family. Your sister Yolanda and I worked together at Zenith, so I remember you and Sal from 50 years ago.
I will keep you in my prayers. Also my
brother is good friends with your brother Mike. Marilyn (Fitzsimmons)Adamski
February 4, 2011
Here's to the man who planted the seed of the love of horses in my heart. You will always be remembered for everything you taught us kids. You are the closest thing to Grandpa that I ever knew, love you, miss you.
Tanja Gruber
February 4, 2011
I KNEW SAL FOR 68 YEARS. A LONG TIME FRIEND FROM MEADE AVENUE. SAW HIM AT HIS MOM'S 95TH BIRTHDAY AND REALLY ENJOYED TALKING ABOUT OLD TIMES.
HE WILL BE MISSED.
IT IS TIMES LIKE THIS THAT I WISH I LIVED BACK IN CHICAGO, BUT!
CELESTE
February 3, 2011
Uncle Sal will be greatly missed and always loved. He was a kind and sweet soul. I just know he is sitting by a peaceful lake in heaven watching over us and fishing for the big one. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Lanasa family.
Love,
Mario, Connie(Donatelli), Max, and Nicolas Astacio
February 2, 2011
We extend our deepest sympathy to the Lanasa Family . Sal will always be in our hearts as a true and loyal friend.... He was Blessed and like the the Good Samaritan in the Bible.......there to help and support at all times. I will always remember him and pray for his family. Heaven and the Angels are the lucky ones. .. ".God Bless Us Everyone"----------Dr. Patrick A. Spilotro...Gilbert Az.
Dr. Patrick A. Spilotro
February 2, 2011
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family as they remember the blessed times they spent together. A Mass will be said in memory of Mr. Lanasa.
Kathleen and Michael Mitchell
Tellico Village, TN
February 1, 2011
His greatest legacy, to me, is an amazing, close-knit, loving family. In a world where almost everything is negotiable and little is sacred, the Lanasa's are the exception to the rule. Their love for each other is a testiment to his greatness as a patriarch.
Megan Abner
February 1, 2011
It's always Heavy Hearts When Heaven Opens the Gates.
Bob & Carol Peacock
Phoenix, Az..
Carol Peacock
February 1, 2011
It's always Heavy Hearts When Heaven Opens the Gates.
Bob & Carol Peacock
Phoenix, Az..
February 1, 2011
My father will be greatly missed and is in our hearts.

Patty (Lanasa), Mark, Alek and Mark P Zurawski
February 1, 2011