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Funeral Details


Funeral Details

Sheila Fey Sachnoff


Interment - Private

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Memorial Contributions

Self Help Home in Chicago
Kim Romain


Sheila Sachnoff (Fey) born March 18, 1931 passed away peacefully on July 17, 2020 at the age of 89 years old. Sheila was the beloved wife to the late Everett Sachnoff. Loving stepmother to Steven (Jill) and Aaron (Cheryl) Sachnoff. Caring sister to the late Barry Fey. Devoted daughter to the late Hetty Fey. Blessed grandmother of 5; Sari, Elliott, Elizabeth, Laurie and Candice Sachnoff. Great grandmother of 5; Joshua, Elena, Naysa (Rangai), Elijah Clemons and Isiah Sachnoff. Adored aunt to Alan (Andrea), Jeremy(Aidarfa), Geoffrey and Tyler Fey. Great aunt of 5; Hannah, Emma, Arielle, Aliah, and Golda Fey. Sheila was a 50 year member and former officer in the Chicago League of Women Voters.She participated in numerous civil rights initiatives within the Chicagoland area. She had an extensive career in Marketing Research and Consulting centric to Consumer Behavior Metrics. She was formerly a member of the Chicago Power Squadron.Most importantly, Sheila was extremely devoted to her family. Donations can be made in Sheila's memory to the Self Help Home in Chicago. The contact for donations is Kim Romain. Her contact info is: Arrangements by Chicago Jewish Funerals-Skokie Chapel, 847.229.8822.


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Sari Sachnoff

Grandma Sheila was an inspiring and accomplished woman and she helped those around her to achieve as well. She sparked and encouraged my interest in reading from a very young age. Every year for my birthday she would send books for me to read, and it was something I always looked forward to. Some of my fondest memories were driving to the city to pick her up and go out to dinner at RJ Grunts or breakfast at Ann Sathers - both of which restaurants she was known by all the employees and greeted with the warmest of welcomes. She will be missed by the family and always fondly remembered.

Steven Glasser

Barb and I would like to offer our condolences on your loss.

Perry Goldberg

I have fond memories of picking Sheila up to go to visit her late husband Everett at the cemetery. I know how much it meant to her to spend time with him. Now they are reunited and together again. I was pleased to hear that Sheilaâ??s passing was peaceful and transpired shortly after a virtual visit from her family. Sheila never had an unkind word to say about anybody and she was always a pleasure to be around. The care and comfort Steve and family provided for her right through to the end was a blessing and guidepost to live by. God Bless.
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