Theodore “Ted” Arendt, age 91, WWII Army Veteran, of Itasca, formerly of Addison

Written by Brust Funeral Home on December 12th, 2014

Ted ArendtAmerican FlagTheodore Arendt, age 91, WWII Army Veteran, of Itasca, formerly of Addison, died Dec. 12th,  at Forest View Nursing Home in Itasca, IL.

Visitation will be Sunday Dec. 14 from 2 to 8 PM at Brust Villa Park Funeral Home, 305 S. Princeton, Villa Park.  Funeral Services will be held Monday, Dec. 15 with prayers at 9 AM at Brust Villa Park Funeral Home to St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church, 524 N. Rush St., Itasca, for 10 Mass.  Interment will be at Queen of Heaven Cemetery, Hillside, IL.  In lieu of flowers, donations to Land of Lincoln Honor Flight, 57 Country Place, Springfield, IL 62703 are appreciated.

Mr. Arendt is survived by 3 daughters, Susan P. (David) Dial of Itasca, Lisa M. (Rick) Aue of Addison and Denise J. Arendt of Bloomingdale; 5 grandchildren, Richard  S. (Alyssa) Dial, Jeffrey R. Aue, Jennifer L. Dial, Andrea E. Aue., David A. Dial, Jr., one great-grandchild, Mia A. Majerko; many nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews.  Mr. Arendt is preceded in death by his wife, Mary V. nee Pawlik, two brothers and one sister.  Mr. Arendt was a Veteran of the U S. Army during WW II. He was a great artist and musician.  He could fix anything. He loved to garden. He was a proud American.  He lived for his family and his Church.

For info visit www.brustfuneralhome.com or call 630-834-6656.

 

 

 

2 Comments so far ↓

  1. Lisa says:

    Dad you taught me so much and most importantly how to be good person. Your life revolved around your deep faith in God and your love of FAMILY. I hope to embody that in myself and pass it along to my children. You had so many talents , art and music and just a great handyman around the house. You worked so hard your whole life, just so Mom could stay at home. A great provider, you were. A loving and kind Dad, the best. I will miss you and Mom every last day of my LIFE. I hope that you were proud of me. You always called me “Sweetie”. I am better for having had Parents like I did. Love Always and Forever. Lisa

  2. Betty and Don Otten says:

    Thanks Susan for your call today12/17.Ted was our good friend for 62 years.He had a happy long life.Pass on our best wishes to your sisters. Did you remember he was such a good roller skater? Betty and I joined him and the Young Peoples Club on many club activities. He was living in a mobile home at that time before marriage to Mary. We will remember him and Mary in our prayers. Best to you all.

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