Edwin Cialkowski - 70
Chicago Heights, Illinois
If you are reading this, I've likely passed away. I shouldn't be
surprised... This was something I've known was bound to happen eventually!
Life is truly a gift, and now it's time for me to give it back. While it is
hard to say goodbye to those I love, I am lucky to have lived such a full
life including growing up and living majority of my life in Chicago Heights with my family and best of friends. Graduating from Marian Catholic High School Class of 1969 and retiring after over 20 years as a printer from Liberty Lithographers (aka Liberty Creative Solutions).
I was able to watch my daughter, Jennifer (Randy) Michalowski, grow into a smart lady. She has the two most amazing boys, Noah Cialkowski-Michalowski & Tyler Michalowski. They were the joys of my life. I was able to watch them grow into smart young men. When they came to visit, they would go fishing with me. Noah liked to play chess and Tyler enjoyed riding the ATV's.
I leave behind two sisters, Barbara (late Alex) Cipolla and Valerie (Thomas) Cialkowski, and one brother John (Monica) Cialkowski. I also leave behind my former wife, Vicki nee Durbin. I joined my parents, the late Edwin Cialkowski and Valeria nee Norvil, one brother Peter (Caryn) Cialkowski and one sister Janet Cialkowski.
Though my life has come to an end, I hope my family and friends continue
pushing forward together. Remember the good times and keep on laughing.
Each moment matters, so make it count!
Memorial visitation at Panozzo Bros. Funeral Home, 530 W 14th St (US Rt 30, 3 blks E of Western Ave), Chicago Heights Saturday September 25, 2021 from 2:00 PM until time of service 6:00 pm. Burial private. Info 708-481-9230 and panozzobros.com.
Due to the state mandate masks must be worn while inside the funeral home.