Lorraine Friedman
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Friedman, Lorraine

Lorraine Friedman, 97, longtime Hyde Park resident, retired CPS School Social Worker, passed away peacefully May 2021 at Montgomery Place. Beloved wife of the late Norman Friedman, MBA; mother of Adele (Stuart) and Victor (Paul). Private dual interment of the Friedmans' cremated remains with military honors, Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery. Arrangements by Cremation Society of Illinois, 773-281-5058 or www.cremation-society.com.

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Published in Chicago Sun-Times on May 30, 2021.
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June 12, 2021
We are so sorry for your loss and hope that the memories you have of this great woman and mother comfort you.
The Driehaus Museum Team
June 3, 2021
Dear Adele and Stuart: I am very sorry on the passing of your beloved mother, Lorraine. May she be remembered for a blessing. Sincerely, Steven Santman
Steven Santman
May 30, 2021
My deepest sympathy on the passing of your Mother , Lorraine. I worked with her for many years at Randolph School. She was a dedicated advocate for the students at Randolph. I enjoyed having long conversations with her. She was quite a lady.
Lynn Schnierle
May 30, 2021
I am sorry for your loss. Aunt Lorraine was an influential person in my life (in a positive way) and I am sad that she is gone. To me she represented the values of education and service to the community, and she was interesting to talk to. I stayed with her at times during high school when things were rough between me and my mother. May she rest in peace.k
Margaret Goldberg
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