Philip G. Adamowski

June 20, 1955October 6, 2021
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Philip G Adamowski, 66, of Chicago passed away on October 6, 2021. Philip is survived by his sisters Linda Adamowski and Janice (Timothy) Houser; his nephews and nieces Jonathan Pawlik, Jessica (Eric) Broadworth, and Craig Houser; as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Philip was predeceased by his parents Casimir and Florence Adamowski. Visitation will be held on Monday, October 11, 2021 3-8pm. A mass of Christian burial will be held at St Elizabeth of the Trinity on Tuesday, October 12, 2021 at 10am with burial following at St Adalbert Cemetery. Arrangements by Malec and Sons Funeral Home 6000 N Milwaukee, Chicago. In lieu of flowers donations in Philip’s memory to the Crohn’s & Colitis foundation – Local Illinois Carol Fisher Chapter would be appreciated.


  • Vistation

    Monday, October 11, 2021

  • Prayers

    Tuesday, October 12, 2021

  • Funeral Mass

    Tuesday, October 12, 2021

  • Interment

    Tuesday, October 12, 2021


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Mary Adamowski

October 13, 2021

Like all Adamowski’s, Phil welcomed me into the family. Phil always had a great story or joke to share and we had plenty of laughs together. Phil was always the life of the party. Bob and I had a “few” parties over the years and Phil made sure memories were made! I love Phil for his kindness, sense of humor and love of family. I will miss you always♥️

Mike Kopala

October 12, 2021

Phil was a cousin of mine and my father's side but it was as close to me as a brother. The best memories I have of him were just hanging around together and goofing off his family parties and so forth.

Throughout the many changes in our lives, going to college, getting married, getting divorced, serving the military and death of our parents he was always a constant. Always look forward to talking and being with him.

While I love my other cousins, the family just won't be the same now that he's gone. And I'm sure he's forgiven me for the time I lit some firecrackers in his hands and they exploded before we could throw them. Yes his fingers were done for a week but he had no grudge. Just to kind of guy he was.

Theresa Rowe

October 11, 2021

Dear Linda, Janice and family,

Many memories at your picnics, parties with Phil. Phil always had a gentle, kind nature. Our conversations with Phil always made us smile.

He certainly had much love for his sisters and family.

He’s now at home at peace and all his suffering is over. We have no doubt he’s celebrating with the lord and all his loved ones in Heaven. The travels will be endless for all the places he wanted to see and endless days of his favorite hobby; fishing.

You and your family will remain in our prayers.

Much love,

Theresa, John and Matthew🙏🏻❤️

Dolorea Krisky

October 11, 2021

Phil was a truly good person, and one of the nicest people I have had the privilege to know. Thank you Phil for all the wonderful holiday dinners. May you rest in peace.

Edie Aguda

October 11, 2021

I will remember the fond memories we had with Phil during our time at Allianz. Such a wonderful person to work with. You will be missed.

My deepest sympathy to the family.


Linda Mullen

October 11, 2021

Phil was one of the nicest people with whom I ever had to pleasure to know and work (at FFIC). No matter how he might be feeling, he always put a smile on his face. His sense of humor was unexpected because generally speaking, he was a quiet guy. The world is a little less bright with out him and his smile. I only hope he got to enjoy his retirement before he left us for a better place.

Don Diotallevi

October 10, 2021

Phil was one of a kind, dear friend over the years. From our younger days cigar smoking poker binges, to watching with cocktail the Bear games at Joe K’s home and the 85’ Super Bowl run, and through the years on how we would go at it when partying; discussing our views on the Bears, White Sox, College Sports, Politics… You will be deeply miss. My fond memories of my Good Friend will be remembered.
Rest in Peace, Phil.

Larry Michalski

October 9, 2021

The times we went to the Sox games.
The trips downtown on the L .
At times you were like my younger brother.
I will miss you.

Cindy Nolan

October 8, 2021

Phil, our how you will be remembered.. we shared many Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners at your place, with you being an exceptional chef and welcoming us into your home. We loved, loved your meals and your personality AND you will be deeply missed. Rip Phil….we love you!
Cindy and Gary Nolan.