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Kazimierz Rzepien July 12, 1950 - April 8, 2020

Kazimierz Rzepien, 69 of Roselle passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving daughters Wednesday, April 8, 2020.  He was born on July 12, 1950 in Poland, the son of Jan and Stanislawa Rzepien.  He married his first love, Stefania Rzepien in 1970 and was sadly widowed in 1998.  He found love once again and married Bronislawa Krzyzak in 2007.  He served in the Polish Army in his youth and worked for the railroads and as a farmer in Poland before relocating into the United States in 1992 where he worked as a machinist in the steel industry.

He is survived by his adored wife; Bronislawa Krzyzak, 3 daughters; Lucy, Ula, and Agnes Rzepien, 2 sons; Mark and Robert (Agnes) Rzepien, 3 grandchildren; Natalie and Alexandra Skiba and Adeline Rzepien, 6 step-grandchildren, great grandson; Armanie Skiba, 2 brothers; Tadeusz and Mark Rzepien, and his sister; Halina Tredowska.

He is preceded in death by his parents, his first wife and beloved; Stefania Rezepien, his daughter; Teresa Skiba, granddaughter; Eva Skiba, and a step gradchild; Emma Krupa.

A funeral mass will be held on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 at 11 AM at Geils Funeral Home 260 W Irving Park Rd, Wood Dale, IL 60191 followed by interment at St Joseph Catholic Cemetery in River Grove, IL.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the V-Foundation For Cancer Research.  Arrangements handled by Geils Funeral Home (630) 766-3232  www.geilsfuneralhome.com  geilsfuneralhome@gmail.com

Updates: “Per State of Illinois and CDC Covid-19 guidelines all gatherings ( Wake, visitors, Funeral Mass and Burial) should be conducted with a limit of TEN (10) or less people. The normal healing process has been disrupted. My father would not like anyone to put themselves in harm’s ways. We feel all your love and support from far away. For the family there is to maintain 6 feet of distance between one another at all times. Kissing, hugging and touching is highly discouraged. This makes it hard on the grieving process for everyone. However there will be time when we all meet again and grieve properly. Funeral will be for close family only. If you wish to attend burial services at the St. Joseph Cemetery please comply with the ordinance and remain in your vehicle at all times. Thank You for support at these difficult times. Stay safe.”     -Lucyna Rzepien