Bruno J Kiebles
March 31, 1925 – July 1, 2019
Bruno J. Kiebles, age 94. Long time resident of Twin Lakes, Wisconsin and the Back of the Yards. Son of Ludwik Kiebles and Karolina Tylka. Married to his beloved wife, the late Eleanor Owsiak Fary for many happy years. Survived by loving siblings, Walter, Leo (Esther), Daniel and Felicia (the late Edmund) Truchon. Preceded in death by his brothers and sisters Andrew, John, Joseph (Stella), Sophie (Edward) Piech, Anna (Chester) Genge, Helen, Mary (Arthur) Kaczmarek, Elizabeth (Edward) Staszak, and Edmund (Patricia). Loved and respected uncle of twenty surviving nieces and nephews and their families. Stepfather to the late Robert Fary, the late Judith Fary Barella and the late Nancy Fary Brown. Step-grandfather and step-great-grandfather to many. World War II Navy Veteran. Last member of the Chicago Panda Giants Baseball Team. Funeral services will be held on Monday, July 8th, at 9:15am from Ridge Funeral Home, 6620 West Archer Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60638, to St. Jane de Chantal Catholic Church for funeral mass at 10:00am. Interment Resurrection Catholic Cemetery. Visitation Sunday, July 7th, from 3:00pm to 8:00pm. Edward A. Tylka, director. For more information, please call (773) 586-7900 or visit www.ridgefh.com.
- Visitation Sunday, July 7, 2019
- Morning Prayers Monday, July 8, 2019
- Funeral Mass Monday, July 8, 2019
- Interment Monday, July 8, 2019
Bruno J Kiebles
July 5, 2019
In Remembrance ofmy GreatUncle Bruno Kiebles:
Folks with resolute firmness, kindness, and protected with inner security has the tools for being respected. This is, and was my Great Uncle Bruno Kiebles. Most folks crave attention, but we need to crave a depth of reflection. I inform folks here in federal prison often that wisdom is the most powerful tool a man can have and still actually use. Folks who develop wisdom will embrace pity and forgiveness, a two-in-one special (and not from Wally World).
Today, in mid-2019, I hear of many different situations, decisions being made, and the rest of the saga to yet be unfolded. Even big tall oak trees will eventually fall from storms. Folks need to make life's most important decisions in the sprit of a sound mind. Even so, the most important matter of fact is our wonderful Lord sends us signs in order to help us go forward with life altering and changing events, or to avoid them. We have freewill and make our own choices, but this does not mean that we will always make the correct choices.
My Uncle Bruno passed away the late evening of July 1, 2019. I woke up from a dream at around 1:30 A.M. on July 2nd and in my dream I remember sitting in Uncle Bruno's home, inside his sunroom, just talking with him and soaking in the wisdom. When I awoke from my dream, deep down inside me I knew something had happened and I eventually went back to sleep. When I awoke my dad had informed through an email that Uncle Bruno had passed away.
I will close stating this, if you have read this post and you have something going on in your life - like a life changing event, a decision, or anything difficult please take time to reflect first; ask God for wisdom to make the right choice or whatever may be your situation. The other night, after I prayed for wisdom and guidance I began to thank him profusely because I am filled with happiness.
God Bless MLS