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Michael A. Hochgraver - 64

8/31/1952 - 6/22/2017

Chicago, IL

Michael A. Hochgraver, Veteran USMC, Beloved son of the late Theodore and Patricia. Dear brother of Richard (Peggy), Patrice (John) Koren, Bruce (Cindy). Karen (Kerry) Clancy and the late Theodore Jr. Fond uncle of many nieces, nephews and friend of many. Resting at Beverly Ridge Funeral Home; 10415 S. Kedzie Ave. where services will be held Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. Interment Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery. Visitation Monday 3-9 p.m. 773-779-4411

Visitation:

Monday, June 26th, 3-9 p.m.

Service:

Tuesday, June 27th, 11:30 a.m. at the funeral home

5 Comments

  • John Schmit and Family

    on 06/25/17

    My name is John Schmit. I know Mike from Teddy bear. We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. He was a great guy and a hard worker.  

    Thank you Mike for serving our country!!! You will never be forgotten. God Bless you all. 

  • Jordan S.

    on 06/26/17

    Sincere condolences to the family and friends for your loss. What has helped me to deal with losing those close to me is what God has promised for the future. Revelation 21:4 says God will SOON eliminate death and suffering. Also He has promised  to resurrect ALL who have died! (John 5:28,29)  These are not mere words, but promises from Our Heavenly Father. They are sure to come true. I hope these thoughts can bring you some comfort during this extremely difficult time.

  • Ted Kourafas

    on 06/26/17

    We have so many wonderful memories with Mike. He was a very precious gift to us all.

    What a terrible shock. It is difficult to convey our deep sadness, but our thoughts and love are with you.

  • Jim Lambrecht

    on 06/27/17

    Mike was part of the 102nd Place family. Where parents and kids grew up knowing they were loved. Mike was part of many friendships and my brother had many good memories with him growing up. Mike always said hi and was so very nice to my kids over the years. I know he loved animals and cared for many. He was a very hard worker and proud of how much he worked. He loved exercising and stayed in great shape. I will miss saying hi and knowing what a good person he was, but not worrying about the next journey as Mike I am sure passed with flying colors. 

     

  • Jerry Driscoll

    on 06/27/17

    As Jim L. mentioned, Mike was part of the 102 nd place family and you will be missed Mike, and thank you for serving our country brother. We are praying for your family that are still with us here on earth. Wishing you peace in your new life Mike, thanks for the fond memories and all the fun we had growing up on 102nd place - Best of the Best.
     

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