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Kenneth I. Molidor

Published July 09,2017

Obituary's Biography:

Kenneth I. Molidor, 92 formerly of Twin Lakes, Wisconsin passed away on July 3, 2017 at Cherryvale Place with his family by his side. He was born in Round Lake, IL on August 8, 1924; to parents, William and Bessie Molidor. He graduated from Grant High School, proudly served in the United States Navy during World War II, worked as a meat cutter for more than 40 years, and retired from Shaffer Meat Packing Mundelein. Ken married his loving wife, Jessie M. (Keuhl) Molidor on August 12, 1979. Ken loved playing cards, golfing, making soup, and cheering on his beloved Chicago White Sox and Chicago Bears.

He is survived by his daughter, Kimberly (Don) Vayr and stepchildren, Judith (Marvin) Neal, Susan (Robert) Sedler, and Emmett (Monica) Quill. Grandchildren, Kristin (Dan) Burns, Kayla (Andres) Marquez, and Bryan Vayr. Great grandson, Anthony Marquez. Step grandchildren, James (Sherry) Neal, Dawn (Bob) Vesneske, Josh (Trish) Sedler, Jenny (Nate) Martin, Michael (Janae) Quill, Pat (Heidy) Quill, and Katie Quill. 11 great grandchildren, and one great great grandson. Nieces, Judith Richardson and Margaret Bragado.  Nephews, Raymond and William Litwiler. “Brousin” Jack Molidor, and many great nephew, nieces and cousins.

 Ken was predeceased by his parents; wife, Jessie; brothers, Raymond and Robert Molidor; sisters, Peggy House and Kay Dvorscak; nephew, George Schlung.

The Molidor family would like to express their thanks to the staff members of Heartland Hospice and CherryVale Place for their loving kindness.

A Memorial service will be held at 11:00 am, Friday July 14, 2017 at Strang Funeral Chapel, 410 E. Belvidere Rd., Grayslake, IL 60030.  Visitation is from 9:00 am until 11:00am at Strang Funeral Chapel. Inurnment will follow at St Joseph Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be given to Chicago White Sox Charities.

2 replies on “Kenneth I. Molidor”

  1. Kenny was a friend of my parents. I got to know him many years ago when he would golf and play cards with my dad. He became a friend of mine but I moved away. What a great smile and it was genuine. I can see his smile right now and it will be missed by all that knew him. I spent a couple nights fly fishing with him in a little pond in Lake Villa back in the 70’s. They are some of the most memorable evenings catching “BIG” bluegills thanks to Kenny getting permission to fish this pond. You will be missed but will be remembered.

  2. Rest in Peace Grandpa Ken
    Hope your Having fun with Grandma dancing, drinking, and playing cards
    Your Great Great Grandson Cameron loved seeing your cool hats, the generations of your beautiful family he has never met. Go SOX go

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