KEN MAJERCHIN, age 59, of Carol Stream, formerly of Lombard

Written by Brust Funeral Home on February 17th, 2014

MajerchinKen Majerchin, age 59, suddenly, of Carol Stream, formerly of Lombard, died February 14 in his home.

Visitation will be Wednesday, February 19 from 3 to 9 PM at Brust Funeral Home, 135 S. Main Street, Lombard, Illinois Funeral service will be Thursday, February 20 at 10:30 AM at Brust Funeral Home. Interment will be at Assumption Cemetery in Winfield, Illinois.

Mr. Majerchin is survived by his wife, Pat nee Tomanek; his mother Marguerite of Lombard; two sisters, Patricia (Richard) Finke of Bensenville and Lisa
(Glenn Hughes) Majerchin of Villa Park; and a brother, Kevin(Holly) of Carpentersville. Uncle of five. Many other relatives.

Mr. Majerchin was preceded in death by his father, Edward.

Mr. Majerchin grew up in Lombard. He attended Schafer Grade School, Jefferson Middle School and Willowbrook High School where he graduated in 1972. Mr. Majerchin attended college at Southern Illinois University. He worked at Allstate Insurance Company from 1974-2013. Mr. Majerchin was an avid golfer and skier.
He was a former member of St. John the Apostle Church in Villa Park.

In lieu of flowers, memorials to your favorite charity are appreciated.


3 Comments so far ↓

  1. Vince DiGiannantonio says:

    I’ll remember the times bowling, playing softball, and golfing together in the Allstate leagues. And working together on projects and assignments. Good times, that is what I will remember. And, of course, the friendship.

  2. Karen Nelson says:

    I worked with Ken for many years at Allstate in a department that made getting to know everyone well very difficult. My memory of Ken is his warm smile and hello when we would pass in the hallways. I am sorry for your loss.

  3. Guy Bevente says:

    I am saddened by the news I received this evening. I met Ken in 1986 when I joined Allstate right after college. Ken’s desk was behind mine and we shared a work table. Although he was not formally assigned to be my mentor, I have always remembered how he helped me learn the ropes. When I reflect on those days, I think of Ken and his friendly ways. Although my career at Allstate was short, Ken left an impression. His dedication, approach in dealing with situations, and embracing a young kid who didn’t know what he didn’t know will stay with me forever. Ken is also the only reason i ever tried skiing. Some great memories. Our thoughts and prayers to Pat and family.

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