OBITUARY

Carmen James Cacciottolo

April 30, 1932December 23, 2018
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Carmen J. Cacciottolo, 86 of Palos Park, formerly of Chicago; Beloved Husband of 66 years to Concetta (D'Ambrosio); Loving father of James, Albert, and Mary Ann (Jerry) Hurckes. Cherished Grandpa of Kristin (Kevin) Jeziorny, Anthony (Meghan), Connor, Jenna Hurckes, and the late Megan Hurckes. Great-Grandpa to Amelia and Giuliana. Devoted son of the late James and Angeline (Ruggerio). Loving brother of Ann Marie (the late Dominic) Jurasich. Fond brother-in-law of Louis (Shirley), and the late Anthony D'Ambrosio. Dear Uncle of Walter (Karen) Jurasich. Carmen was a proud Korean War Veteran receiving three medals for his service to our country. Carmen was a member of the 4th Degree Knights of Columbus, Holy Family Assembly #2255, Argo Summit American Legion Post #735, and a retired member of the Litho Stripper Union. He will be dearly missed by his family and friends. Visitation will be Thursday, December 27th at Orland Funeral Home, located at 9900 West 143rd Street (143rd and Southwest Highway) from 3 PM to 9 PM. Funeral Friday, December 28th at 9 AM from Orland Funeral Home to Sacred Heart Church, 8245 West 111th Street, Palos Hills,10 AM Mass. Internment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Megan Hurckes Scholarship Fund, 7036 West 96th Street, Oak Lawn, Illinois 60453 are appreciated. For more information please call (708) 460-7500.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, December 27, 2018
  • Prayer Service Friday, December 28, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Friday, December 28, 2018
  • Interment Friday, December 28, 2018
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Carmen James Cacciottolo

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Donna Anello-Surma

December 28, 2018

Donna Anello-Surma

December 28, 2018

Mr. C,
Thank you so much for all the great laughs and life lessons you shared with me. I will miss your dearly!
Love you and until we see each other again 😘

Kevin Mikolajczyk

December 24, 2018

Carmie, you're a Good Man, and will be missed by everyone you touched. You raised some great kids, and did a wonderful job taking care of your wife Connie. Thank you for all of your help during the early days of Lindy's, and for sharing your "World Famous Meatballs" with our customers. I will miss your smile, and your kind demeanor, qualities we all need a bit more of. Rest in Peace my Friend, and we'll all see each other again.
Kevin

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