OBITUARY

Robert W Guziak

May 26, 1939February 3, 2019

Robert W. Guziak, 79, of Normal, passed away on February 3, 2019 with his family by his side at his residence. He was born on May 26, 1939 in Chicago to Aloysius Frank and Helen Dolores Novak Guziak. Robert married Geraldine Madej on May 5, 1961 in Chicago. He is survived by his loving wife of 58 years.

Mr. Guziak is also survived by his children: Wayne (finace Julie Maggio) Guziak of Lake In The Hills, Robert W. (Tina) Guziak Jr., of Hayward, WI., and Paula M. (Rodney) Carr of Bloomington, six grandchildren: Tony, Brittany and Jake Guziak and Ryan, Austin and Justin Carr, one brother Allen Guziak and one sister Sharon (Joe) Potocki. He was preceded in death by his parents Aloysius and Helen Guziak and one brother Richard Guziak.

Robert enjoyed hunting and fishing and drinking “pop” with his friends and family. He loved watching John Wayne westerns and he was a member of the Streamwood, Illinois Moose Lodge.

A memorial gathering will take place at a later date.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.EastLawn-Bloomington.com for the Guziak family.

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Juanita Olejniczak

February 8, 2019

Our condolences to the entire Guziak family. Bob and his wife Jerry were great friends of my Dad and our families have always enjoyed getting together. Great memories were made and tons of laughter many a night playing cards or parties. My Dad always took time on any trip to stop in and visit the Guziak family even after they moved . I know that Bob is in heaven sitting along a riverbank fishing with my Dad as they did years ago and catching up on lost time .
Rest always in peace Bob 🌹

Mark & Mary Hartman

February 5, 2019

Always had a great time with Bob (Dad) when we lived in Streamwood. Living next door it was so easy to have a beer or two, play cards until wee hours of the morning and best of all just being around him. Always put a smile on our faces even when we didn't want one.
He will be deeply missed and always loved.

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