On Saturday, go directly to the Monastery. There is no procession to the Monastery from the funeral home.
In Loving Memory of Boris Timotijevic
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing away to the Lord of our beloved husband and father, Boris Timotijevic (50), on Monday February 15, 2021.
Treasured and beloved husband to Kathy (Kata) for over 22 years. Loving father to Ilija and d. Janko. Adored son to Velislav and Kata (Vukanic). Loving son-in-law to d. Branko and d. Sofia Njegovanovic. Much-loved brother to Zora and uncle to Aleksandar, Arandjel and Obrad. Cherished brother-in-law to Donna and Dusan Ivancevic and Branko and d. Zorka Milosevic and uncle to Katarina, Kristina, Nikolina, and Jelena.
Survived by his cousins Aleksandar, Marija, Jelena, Branka, Vladanka, Tomislav, Milan, Nada, Snezana, Ljiljana, Veselin, Vera, Miroslav, Milka, Dragan, Zorica, Miomir, Milica, Nikola, Pavle, Miso, Sonja, their spouses and all their children.
Boris will be greatly missed by his Kumovi Kulezic, Gavrilovic and Mamlic, as well as the additional family and friends he leaves behind in the surrounding Chicago, Indiana and Wisconsin areas as well as the rest of the United States, Canada, Serbia, Greece, Switzerland, the Netherlands and England.
Special heartfelt thanks to all the medical staff at Northwestern Central DuPage Hospital and Zoran and Adam Grujic for their care and support during our difficult time.
An active member of the Serbian community, Boris will always be remembered for his heart of gold, his outgoing and kind disposition, his heartfelt laugh and his generous nature. He loved being outdoors, spending time with his family, kumovi, and friends hunting and fishing and going on family vacations to Florida, Serbia and Greece among other destinations.
Boris, we will continue to cherish and love you forever and we cannot wait to be reunited with you again in God’s heavenly kingdom.
Pocivaj u Bozijem Miru, dragi nas Bo. Volimo te bezkrajno.