OBITUARY

Thaddeus "Ted" R. Wronkiewicz

May 9, 1946April 14, 2019
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Thaddeus “Ted” R. Wronkiewicz, age 72 US Vietnam Army veteran passed away on Sunday, April 14, 2019.

Beloved husband of Kathleen (nee Irving); loving father of Cheryl (Thomas) Galvin and Nicholas Wronkiewicz; cherished grandpa of Veronica and Megan; great grandpa of Melody; dear brother of Ronald, Joseph, Patrick, David, the late Bernie, Rita, Carol and Barbara; fond uncle to many. Ted was a proud Local 191 Union Painter and loved visiting casinos, going to the horse races, bowling and golfing. He will truly be missed by all who knew and loved him.

Services

26 April

Family and Friends Gathering

9:00 am - 11:00 am

Blake-Lamb Funeral Home

4727 W. 103rd Street
Oak Lawn, IL

26 April

Memorial Service

11:00 am

Blake-Lamb Funeral Home

4727 W. 103rd Street
Oak Lawn, IL

REMEMBERING

Thaddeus "Ted" R. Wronkiewicz

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Benson Bell

April 18, 2019

Ted alway had a smile and I can never remember him when he was down..I will never forget him & myself riding together from the Sacramento airport to the reunion hotel..We had a great conversation... To his family members please visit the 4 Deuce website and see the 4.2 Deceased page I added some pictures of him with the other deceased brothers.. He will never be forgotten by his comrades.. RIP my brother..Prayers for the family..
Benson Bell

Craig Weaver

April 18, 2019

SOLDIER "WRONKIEWICZ" WAS A SMART A...
TED'S WIT AND HUMOR WAS THE GLUE THAT HELD US TOGETHER DURING ESPECIALLY HARD TIMES IN VIET NAM.
HE WAS KNOWN BY EVERYONE IN OUR BATTALION AND NEVER FORGOTTEN BY ANYONE WHO MET TED.
I WAS GLAD TO SEE HIM 40 YEARS LATER AT THE D.C. PLATOON REUNION.
TED WILL ALWAYS BE IN OUR MEMORIES.
CRAIG"CHARLIE"WEAVER

paul yeckel

April 17, 2019

Ted was a good friend from our army days in Vietnam. He was funny and made a lot of us feel at ease.
We had the pleasure of seeing him and his wife at some of our reunions and he still made us laugh.
We were brothers in arms and will never forget Ted
paul Yeckel

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