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Funeral Details


Funeral Details

Lois Zollo


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Special Kids Foundation
2218 North Monticello Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60647
Charity of your choice


Lois Zollo, nee Clonick, age 91

Beloved wife of the late Burt Zollo. Loving mother of Peggy (David) Miller, Peter (Debbie) Zollo and Paul Zollo. Cherished grandmother of Jason (Katy) Miller, Liza (Eric Meyerson) Miller, Rob Miller, Ben Zollo, Sarah (Jared) Rabin, Jimmy (Haley) Zollo and Joshua Zollo. Caring great-grandmother of Annabelle, Theo, Cora, Leo, and Layla. Dear sister of the late Jane (the late Norman) Gordon and the late Shirley (the late Miles) Fleischman. Proud daughter, special aunt, wonderful friend, talented cook & baker, Sunday school teacher, tireless volunteer, crossword-puzzle and needlepoint aficionado. To keep everyone safe and healthy, the interment service will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Lois's memory to the Special Kids Foundation, 2218 N Monticello Ave, Chicago IL 60647, or the charity of your choice. To attend the funeral live stream, please visit our website Thursday 1PM. Arrangements by Chicago Jewish Funerals - Skokie Chapel, 847.229.8822,


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stephen kalinich

M y heart is with you.I am sending many blessings and much love

stephen kalinich

blessings my herat is with yoou

Charity Phalo

Sending light to the family during this time. I've enjoyed hearing stories about Ms. Lois from her granddaughter Liza. May memories of her bring peace to all who knew her.

Bobbie Levinson

Peggy, Peter and Paul (and families) - The funeral was beautiful and really captured your mom. I will always remember her as beautiful, charming, funny and talented. She had a really nice way of speaking, and I can hear her voice in my head. I remember she made a surprise 40th birthday party for my mom and wrote a very cute song that Audrey and I performed to the tune, "Kids, what's the matter with kids today?" My mom had one of your mom's needlepoint pillows on the couch in her living room until the day she died. Your mom was a special person, and she and my mom had a very special relationship. We were all lucky to have known her. My deepest condolences to you and your families.
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