Nicholas Schaub
1930 - 2017
Conboy-Westchester Funeral Home - Westchester
10501 W. Cermak
Westchester, IL
Schaub, Nicholas J. Of Hillside, age 87. Beloved husband of Marian, (nee Rogas); loving father of Karen (Michael) Kois, Kenneth (fiancée Shana) and Kathryn (John) Belmore; proud grandfather of Nicole, Michelle, Taylor and Nick. Fourth Degree Member of the Knights of Columbus Assumption Council #3671. Member of Local 150 Midwest Operating Engineers. Services will be private. Michael J. Bruno, Director. For information: 708-F-U-N-E-R-A-L.

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Published by Chicago Sun-Times on Jul. 28, 2017.
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You are greatly missed every minute of every day, I loved hearing your stories about your life growing up! The knowledge you've shared with me is priceless and I will always cherish our conversations. R.I.P. Nick (The Boss). Love you Dad, John
August 7, 2017
I Love and Miss you Bunches
August 4, 2017
My condolences to the entire Schaub family. I've had the pleasure of knowing Nick since I was a small boy, hanging out with my Dad, Russ Decho, Al Schneider and Nick. First at Bud Novy's, then Dave Boyd's and then @ ILS. My parent's were good friend's with Nick & Marion. Nick's accomplishments are all over the ILS property, he was a hard worker! The 1" scale water tower will always be memorialized to Nick with his Hometown of Cashton, WI printed on the top tower. God bless you Nick, hope your're enjoying seeing all your ILS buddies again! Good Steaming Ahead.
Dave Decho
July 29, 2017
Nick was a great friend and mentor to me during our many years together with Local 150 Operating Engineers. He was a tremendous help in getting my career started there. I will never forget him and wish I could thank him one more time...he and his family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Harold Reinheimer
July 28, 2017
Nick was one of the founding fathers of the Illinois Live Steamers model railroad club, which is where I first made his acquaintance.  I am very sorry to learn of his passing and offer my sincerest condolences to his family.

So long, my friend, and clear boards all the way on that great railroad in the heavens.
Bill Brier
July 28, 2017
Nicholas Schaub
July 28, 2017
Karen, so sorry for your loss. I'm glad that I got to meet your Dad. He was a very nice man. He will be missed. My thought and prayers are with you and the family at this very tough time.... love you all.
Darlene and Steve Preston
July 26, 2017
Uncle Nick, Rest in Peace .We love you. Every time we see a train we think of you.
Di, Neal, Steven & Sarah
July 25, 2017
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.
From the Staff of Conboy's Westchester Funeral Home
July 24, 2017
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