OBITUARY

Lillian A. Grossi

August 22, 1922March 31, 2018
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Lillian Grossi (nee Sikora) 95,formally of Cicero, IL. God took her home peacefully on March 31, 2018. Lillian was the wife of the late Anthony Grossi. Loving Mother of Camillo, Michael(Diane), the late Toni Ann Danz, Bernadette (Frank), and John (Sandy).

Proud Grandmother of ten, Greatgrandmother of 20, and Greatgreatgrandmother of one. Sister of Steve Sykora (Rose), Emil (Olga), Paul (Elaine), John Miller, Ann Mirabelli,and John Sikora. Sister in law to Clara DiVito (Lou), Bridget DiVito, Louis (Dorothy) ,Peter/ Bob (Mary) Grossi, Michael Grossi, John (Helen) Grossi, Angela (Sam) Provenzano and Laura (Joseph) DiChristofano. Fond Aunt of many nieces and nephews.

Lillian spent most of her life taking care of Anthony, her children and grandchildren, and folks she hardly knew. There was always spaghetti "gravey" on Sundays for any that gathered there, with left overs and even to go plates. She loved taking care of everyone, she truly enjoyed moving around the kitchen quickley, filling your glass, washing the plates, etc. She wouldn't let you help much. She would, however, try to make you laugh! Her jokes, sayings and limericks will live on through all of us, but we can never replace her way of saying them. She will truly be missed by many, as she was loved by all.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, April 5, 2018
  • Funeral Mass Friday, April 6, 2018
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Biography

Lillian Grossi (nee Sikora) 95,formally of Cicero, IL. God took her home peacefully on March 31, 2018. Lillian was the wife of the late Anthony Grossi. Loving Mother of Camillo, Michael(Diane), the late Toni Ann Danz, Bernadette (Frank), and John (Sandy).


Proud Grandmother of ten, Greatgrandmother of 20, and Greatgreatgrandmother of one. Sister of Steve Sykora (Rose), Emil (Olga), Paul (Elaine), John Miller, Ann Mirabelli,and John Sikora. Sister in law to Clara DiVito (Lou), Bridget DiVito, Louis (Dorothy) ,Peter/ Bob (Mary) Grossi, Michael Grossi, John (Helen) Grossi, Angela (Sam) Provenzano and Laura (Joseph) DiChristofano. Fond Aunt of many nieces and nephews.


Lillian spent most of her life taking care of Anthony, her children and grandchildren, and folks she hardly knew. There was always spaghetti "gravey" on Sundays for any that gathered there, with left overs and even to go plates. She loved taking care of everyone, she truly enjoyed moving around the kitchen

quickley, filling your glass, washing the plates, etc. She wouldn't let you help much. She would, however, try to make you laugh! Her jokes, sayings and limericks will live on through all of us,

but we can never replace her way of saying them. She will truly be missed by many, as she was loved by all.