Robert (Bob) Leverence, age 85, of Addison

Written by Brust Funeral Home on January 22nd, 2019

LeverenceAmerican_Flag_1_x1000Robert (Bob) Leverence passed away January 17, 2019, age 85, Korean War veteran, US Air Force 1952-1956, member of American Legion Post 187. Beloved husband and best friend of Jeanne (nee VanValkenburgh) Leverence; loving father of Jeanne (Tom) Waliczek, Dr. Robert (Catherine) Leverence and Leian Wunderlich; proud grandfather of Robert and Jennifer Leverence; brother of George Jr. (Marge), Leonard (Cathy), Thomas (Betty) and the late Richard; Dear uncle to many nieces and nephews. Bob was preceded in death by his parents George Sr. and Frances (nee Cebulski) Leverence.

Funeral Mass Saturday, February 9, at 11:00 AM at St. Philip the Apostle Church, 1233 W. Holtz Ave, Addison IL. Internment Monday, February 11, at 1:00 PM at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery, 20953 W. Hoff Rd., Elwood IL.

After his discharge from the Air Force, Bob held a variety of management positions. He retired from Metal Improvement Co. (Curtiss Wright) as a regional manager responsible for five facilities.

Arrangements by Brust Funeral Home. Call 888-629-0094 for info.

 

3 Comments so far ↓

  1. sr mary francis werner says:

    My deepest sympathy to Jeanne Waliczek and her family in the death of her dear dad. Jeanne frequently spoke of this very fine gentleman and her great love of him.
    May he rest in peace and may Jeanne and her family find joy in the memories they hold dear and the great promise of our faith.
    Praying for all of you.
    Sr.Mary Francis
    Immaculate Conception, Elmhurst

  2. Keith and Michelle Jones says:

    Your father was a wonderful man. Though he only knew him for one night, he most certainly left an impression on Keith. I still see your Mom and Dad in my mind as when we were children. They haven’t changed except with age. We will pray for him on the 9th. Sending out our love.
    Keith and Michelle

  3. Carroll A Rice says:

    My wife Yuriko and I first met Bob and Jeanne in 1955 when we returned to the States from Japan. Bob worked with me in the Air Defense Squadron at Lackland Air Force Base as a Radio Maintenance
    Technician. We enjoyed many years both in and out of the service. No finer friend could a man ask for in this life! May God continue to shed his blessings on him and his dear family.

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