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Hon. James F. Stack
06/05/2021
Location
Berwyn
Visitation
Services
He will lie in state at St. Leonard Church in Berwyn, Friday, June 11, 2021 from 10:00 am until 11:00 am. Funeral Mass is at 11:00 am
Burial Location
Queen of Heaven Cemetery, Hillside, Illinois

Hon. James F. Stack, 90 years of age, at rest June 5, 2021.  Loving husband of Geraldine for over 27 years. Dear father of Marie G. Stack, James (Kathleen), Joseph (Catherine), John (Julie), Kevin, Dennis (Shana) Stack, Michael Kamm, Elizabeth (Joe) Hunter, Laura (Erik) Dunklau and Linda Tafelsky.  Grandfather of Michael, Andrew (Melanie), Erin, Nora, Charlie, Liam, Caitlin, Eli, Ben, Anna, Riley, Connor, Justin (Heather), Ryan, Tyler, Nicholaus, Olivia, Maximus, Marcus and Jack.  Brother-in-law of Alice (the late Thomas) Stack.  Services are Friday, June 11, 2021 where he will lie in state at St. Leonard Church in Berwyn from 10:00 am until 11:00 am. Mass at 11:00 am.  Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery.  Member of the Chicago Bar Assoc. and former president of I.T.L.A.  In lieu of flowers donations preferred to Haymarket Center/McDermott Center Chicago at:  https://www.hcenter.org.                                                                                                           

James was a wonderful husband and father. He brought laughter to all with his slapstick humor and would light up when a grandchild would present him with a corny joke. He loved to socialize with anyone he came across. Cab drivers, waitresses and doormen could not escape his genuine conversation and interest in their lives.  An avid Sox fan who enjoyed watching his Uncle Ignatius throw out the first pitch!   Extremely proud of his Irish heritage, watching a Notre Dame game was a treat. James was a kind and gentle soul and we will miss the twinkle in his eye for ever and always.  

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