obit-thumbnail

Louis G. Lischko

June 16, 1960 - January 20, 2022
Service

Funeral Services were private.

Charity
Make a Memorial Donation
Donate Now

Louis G. Lischko, age 61, of Arlington Heights, passed away on January 20, 2022. He was the only son born to Eva, nee Dumelle, and the late Louis M. Lischko. In his selflessness, he cared for his aging parents up until his own untimely passing. He was the only brother of sisters, Eva M. (theContinue Reading

Plant a tree in memory of Louis
An environmentally friendly option.
Bonnie Zych left a message on July 7, 2022:
Louis, I remember two years ago you started sleeping over your moms house to care for her after she fell. You used to always ask her before you left for work, " What do you want for dinner tonight?" Then you went out of your way to get it for her. You were happy on Tuesdays, when I came over to spend time with your mom because you didn't want her to be alone. You were such a good son. Thank you for making a fresh pot of coffee every Tuesday because you knew that was something your mom and I enjoyed together. Thank you for watering my flowers every year when I was not there. Last year especially, they grew to be so lovely and beautiful. I had a dream of you after you went away… You came to me and told me “Bonnie, take care of my mom and plant her flowers”. I can’t believe you both are gone. I will continue to pray for you and your family. ❤
MaryAnn Romasanta left a message on July 2, 2022:
I'm so sorry for the loss of Louis, I still can't believe it! My condolences to the family🙏 I have met Louis when I first started with Wireformers. I learned to see how selfless person he was taking care of his mom that he put her number 1 through it all. He was a great person with a big heart. It took time but he learned a lot. I got to hear a lot about his past and for that I appreciate working for him and its so sad he was taken away too soon. I will always remember when he came to work he loved engaging with all his employees. Random conversations with me and he was always positive with me. I will miss you and I know you been wanting to see the light and you finally did. You will be missed and I'm so glad you can be with your parents again. BTW I been watering Looney for you and he's growing thank you for that because I know you're there in spirit. ❤️
Herminia Ocasio left a message on July 1, 2022:
Hi Louis! It has been a pleasure to have been able to work alongside you at Wireformers. I will always remember you to be one of the most selfless people I know. You set aside your own life plans to become your mom's care-giver and personal assistant. Your dedication allowed her to live out her last years with strength and dignity, in her own home. Even after death, you will continue to change and save lives by donating your body! I will miss our daily interactions, your unique sense of humor and most of all your great big belly laughs! Loony says hi! :) You used to always joke that if you ever saw "the light" (God), that you would go back home, grab your mom by the hand and walk back with her "into the light". So that is what I tell myself when I ask why you had to go so early. It was so that you can meet your mom at heaven's gate and personally escort her inside. A gentleman until the end! “Well done, thou good and faithful servant..." (Matthew 25:21) I pray that you are finally getting back to the ol' fishing pole again with your dad! Love and miss you much, Mimi
Haben Funeral Home & Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
Show More