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Jeffrey F. Felicetti - 59

4/19/1961 - 12/25/2020

Glenwood, Illinois

Jeffrey F. Felicetti. Age 59. Recent Kokomo, Indiana formerly of Glenwood. Passed away suddenly December 25, 2020. Graduate of Homewood-Flossmoor High School Class of 1979. Son of Gloria nee Stracci and the late Raymond Felicetti. Brother of Jennifer Pelc and Julie (Scott) Cothren. Uncle of Steven and Christina Pelc, Sarah and Jacob Cothren. Friend of many. Resting at Panozzo Bros. Funeral Home, 530 W 14th St (US Rt 30, 3 blks E of Western Ave), Chicago Heights on Monday January 4, 2021 from 11:00 am until time of services 2:00 pm. Interment Assumption Cemetery, Glenwood. Due to the pandemic, 10 people at a time, masks must be worn and social distancing are required during the visitation and services at the funeral home. Info 708-481-9230 and panozzobros.com.

7 Comments

  • Debbie Nona

    on 12/31/20

    Jeff and I rode bikes together for many years. He was fun to be with and was a great rider and friend. He helped me many times with bike fixes and we shared the "draft". He had a great sense of humor, was often sardonic in a silly way. He spoke highly of his family, nieces and nephews. He had a generous and loving heart. I am so sorry for his loss and prayers are said for him and his family.
  • Michael Henry

    on 12/31/20

    Condolences to the Felicetti family.

    I rode bikes with Jeff over the years and remember him wearing a Black Hawk jersey on several of those occasions. I knew he enjoyed the miles and would laugh at his wit. Very sorry to read of his passing.

  • Sean ONeal

    on 01/03/21

    Peace to my brother. I always say that they were needed elsewhere. Our joy is to have known them for the time they were here in our lives. Until we meet again we must carry on.
  • J.Niemoller

    on 01/06/21

    I just learned today of Jeff's passing. I called his number after not receiving responses from him, which was unusual. I only met Jeff about four years ago, but we shared an unusual sense of humor and hit it off right away. I will miss camping and laughing with him. I will miss drinking gin and tonics and Stone Fences with him! Rest easy, friend!
  • Debbie Foster

    on 01/06/21

    Rest easy old friend. Your humor kept me laughing. May your pain be relieved. Remembering the Ranger Glory Days. Godspeed. Jennifer & Julie, let me know if I can help in any way. 219 405 1013
  • Diane Daudell

    on 01/07/21

    I am saddened by the news of Jeff’s passing. Jeff and I rode bikes together with the Joliet Bike Club.  I had the back of his wheel memorized as he led on many long distance rides.  He was a great rider to follow.  He had a great sense of humor, he’d have terrific one line comments. Even when he was in pain; he kept going.  He talked highly of his family and loved to tell stories about his cat Dudley during that time.  He was a great resource and would offer help whenever he could.  My condolences to his family.    

     

     

  • Frank & Stephanie Moore

    on 01/08/21

    Im so sorry to hear about Jeff passing it is such a shock, we sure had alot of fun playing pool together, setting around the round table talking and laughing about life in general and of course his cat. He will be greatly missed

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