Condolence & Memory Journal

Carol ,, Our deepest sympathies to you and your family . Our apologies for this very late entry. We always enjoyed Jim's wit and wisdom and I'm sure he's entertaining his dear family and friends who have passed before. We will miss him and I'll always have a special place in my heart. May God bless you and your family and treasure the wonderful memories of a loving and generous man. RIP Jim.

Posted by Patricia and Bill Hopkins - Las Vegas, NV   October 04, 2019

Carol and family may Jim RIP he was a wonderful person.

Posted by Phil Hickey - Rochester, IN   January 23, 2019

Deepest Sympathy to the larkin family, I will keep you in my prayers in this difficult time. JOHN VALENTINE FAMILY

Posted by John Valentine Jr. - Orland park, IL - friend   September 25, 2018

Our Deepest Sympathy to your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Posted by Christopher & Deb Lydon - Schaumburg, IL - coworker   September 25, 2018

My condolences to the Larkin family. Sorry for your loss. Deputy Ruane-Hraha

Posted by Noreen Ruane-Hraha - Evergreen park, IL   September 24, 2018

Carol and Family, so very sorry to hear about Jim. Our deepest sympathy for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time.

Posted by Mayor Jim Sexton, Village of Evergreen Park - Evergreen Park, IL   September 24, 2018

Monk was a wonderful person. He was always ther to help everyone. He was like an honorary part of our family. There for everyone in my family: Ann, Jack, and Jimmy Cozzi. He will be greatly missed by all. Prayers for your family and you.

Posted by Joanne Cozzi. Pokrajac - Lakewood Ranch, FL - friend   September 24, 2018

Inadvertently did not sign our names to the post about growing up on 69th and May Streets.

Maureen and Rich Hanson

Posted by A friend   September 24, 2018

We have many great memories of 6919 May Street with Jim, Rosie and Hank. Laughs, adventures and fun were a big part of our childhood with Jim. Carol and Jim, your kindness to my Mom in stopping to see her, after Daddy died, was greatly appreciated. I hope that you are with Rosie being on the receiving end of her yelling, just like when she was with us. She was one of a kind and she passed it on to her son Jim. Rest in peace...

Posted by A friend   September 24, 2018

Words can't express our deepest sympathy and love we have for all of you. Jim was one of a kind with his witty personality and willing to lend a hand to any friend in need. Rest In Peace dear friend❤❤

Posted by Debbie and Dave Durham - Tinley park, IL   September 23, 2018

He will be remembered well, always concerned for others and a kind heart. Rest easy.

Posted by Cooney's - Rochelle, IL - neighbor   September 23, 2018

Jim welcomed all to join him in celebration and conversation. We treasure our times with him and know his love carries on through his family and friends.

Posted by Marty and Shelley Carey - Carmel, IN - friend   September 23, 2018


Posted by A friend   September 23, 2018

So sorry, Carol. Monk was one of the kindest, funniest, sweetest of all of Mary's friends. My prayers are with you and your family. Joan Carey-Jones

Posted by A friend   September 23, 2018

Monk was like a second brother. He was a part of my growing up years and a part of my family. He was kind, caring person. I thank him for always being there. May you be in heaven with old friends and love ones.

Posted by Jacqueline Cozzi Patterson - Muskego, WI - friend   September 23, 2018

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.

Posted by David Gaidas and Family - Palos Hills, IL   September 23, 2018

We'll miss you uncle Monk.
love to everyone.

Posted by julie carey - chicago, IL - family   September 22, 2018