Leonard M. Zielinski
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Zielinski, Leonard M.

Leonard M. Zielinski, passed away Thursday, December 31, 2020 at the age of 81. Survived by his former wife, Barbara; loving father of Leonard (Joan), Karen (George) Beck, Laura (Bill) Sabbia and Robert (Rochelle); cherished grandfather of Robert Jr. (Elizabeth), Erica, Kaitlyn, Kelly and Kasey; dearest great grandfather of Joey, Henry and Jack; devoted son of the late Henry and Albina (nee Wanat); dear brother of Marianne (the late Bill) Washington, Fran (Elbin) Reyes and the late Henry Zielinski; fond uncle of many nieces and nephews; devoted friend of many. Leonard enjoyed bowling, gardening and loved watching Chicago sports. He was a champion bean bag player. Leonard is dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Please omit flowers. Visitation Thursday 8:00 AM until time of Funeral 10:00 AM at Lawn Funeral Home 7909 State Road (5500 W) Burbank, IL 60459 to St. Albert the Great Church. Mass 10:30 AM. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Due to the current health guidelines, we are limited to 10 attendees at a time. We kindly ask that you quickly exit the funeral home after paying your respects to the family so that visitors have an opportunity to enter. Masks and proper social distancing required. The coffee lounge is not available for use so please refrain from bringing food into the funeral home. Funeral info (708) 636-2300.

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