OBITUARY

Camilla J GALLICK

March 10, 1945January 12, 2021

Jonann grew up with her grandfather and grandmother helping out on the farm. She moved to Streator to attend SHS. There she met the love of her life, Louis Gallick. They were married on June 13, 1964. They have 2 children, Shelli Westrick of Zionsville, Indiana and Michael Gallick of Tampa Florida. While in Streator, Jonann was owner/operator of Jonann's Beauty Salon for approximately 12 years. In 1984, Jonann and Louis relocated to Tampa, Florida. In 2001, they moved to Bradenton, Florida.

Jonann is preceded in death by her brother Jackie. She is survived by her husband, Louis, her sister Jill (Arizona), and her two children. She has 5 wonderful grandkids, Linday, Alex, Brittany, J-Roc, and Serentiy. For the last twelve years, she suffered from multiple strokes which led to dementia.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to any Dementia Association or St. Jude's in her name. Mass cards from St. Patrick's Catholic church may be purchased for a mass in name.

Arrangements entrusted to Robert Toale and Sons at Palms Memorial Park, 170 Honore Avenue, Sarasota, Florida 34232 (941) 371-4962

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Mary Jo Sullivan

January 18, 2021

There are so many sweet memories of the Krippel and Reilly kids and the Old Neighborhood. My sister, Karen and you were such great friends and also the same with Jill and I. Rest in peace.

Tim & Debbie Green & Family

January 16, 2021

Our hearts are full of sadness with the loss of our dear Jonann She will be greatly missed but know she is at peace and no longer suffering Sending our deepest condolences love and prayers

Dee Dee & Ronnie Gallick

January 16, 2021

Words can't express the sorrow you must be feeling just know that we love you and we are praying for you

Shirley Tinder

January 15, 2021

it is with great sadness that I write this. I cannot explain our friendship as it was one of a kind. All I can say is we laughed alot.
Your father, mother and I had some enjoyable times when I came to visit.
Rest in Peace, my friend.

Shelli Westrick

January 15, 2021

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY