Brian Schmalzer Obituary, Death Cause – It is not conceivable for this to be correct; Brian Schmalzer is not the one in question. I don’t think so, man… there is just no way. The first person who taught me how to cut some grass had me start at the bottom. I will never forget how much fun we had playing football and air soft guns in the backyard while gorging ourselves on all of your food. I will never forget how much fun we had. Damn bro damn. Passed away far too soon. My brother, you will always be remembered with fondness. This is such a terrible neighborhood to have to live in. I will be praying for you and your loved ones.
Visitation for Richard E. Schmalzer, who spent his entire life in Chicago, will be held on Friday, November 5, 2021 from three in the afternoon until eight in the evening at the Countryside Funeral Home and Crematory located at 333 S. Roselle Road in Roselle. This location is situated a half mile south of Irving Park Road. Richard E. Schmalzer’s funeral will be held on Saturday, November 6, 2021. St. Walter Church will be the location of the funeral, which will take place on Saturday at 9:15 am. The Mass will start at ten o’clock in the morning. When the funeral service is over, the cremation will take place in a solemn and private ceremony at the Countryside Crematory.
Richard is the beloved husband of 64 years of the late Dorothy Marie nee Bialas; loving father of Allen (Kathleen) Schmalzer; cherished grandfather of Brian (Stephanie) Schmalzer, Daniel (Lauren Bien) Schmalzer and Kathryn (Brian) Kerr; proud great grandfather of Finn and Owen Schmalzer, Liam Kerr; dear brother of the late Joseph, Caroline, John, Ann, Walter and Eleanor and brother-in-law of Clara Krantz;fond uncle to many loving nieces and nephews.