Veronica Yuktonis
September 16, 1941 - April 6, 2021
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Veronica Yuktonis nee Englert, age 79, of Frankfort, IL, passed away on Tuesday, April 6, 2021. Veronica is survived by her children: Michael Yuktonis, Vicki (Mark) Pries, Paula (Michael) Seymour, Steven Yuktonis; grandchildren: Robin Yuktonis, Katharina (Ethan) Cross, Scott Pries, Annabelle Pries, Randy Seymour, Riley Seymour, Seth Yuktonis; great-grandchildren: Aubree Cross and Lilah Cross; brothers:…

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Susan and Mark Englert left a message on April 9, 2021:
Fond memories of the Cousins Club, when we were all so young. Somehow we always wound up at your house. You and Eddie were so much fun! We played games and laughed far into the night. For me, I will remember your laugh. It was a brilliant one. Godspeed, cousin.
Katharina left a message on April 9, 2021:
Grandma, I am sitting here not knowing where to start. You have always been there for me! Always! I have so many fond memories from when I was a young girl and you visit us in Germany, all the way to last Christmas and doing a crossword puzzle together and watching movies! We have a bond, a special one! Things won’t be the same, but it makes me so happy you are back with grandpa! Till we see one another again, I love you grandma, The girls love you!
Dorothy Solak left a message on April 8, 2021:
Heartfelt sympathy for all those who loved Ronnie. May the many shared memories bring peace and comfort to all her family and friends.
Nancy and Rich Solak left a message on April 7, 2021:
Ronnie's husband Ed, my brother, left this earth in 1983. From that time on, Ronnie took on the challenge of continuing to raise their four wonderful children. She'd go on to take care of their children with a warmth and good humor you could not understand unless you witnessed it yourself. This woman continuously helped others, chief among them her family. She did these things without any expectation of getting anything in return. She did these things for love and out of love. The joy she brought into this world through her children and grandchildren, her nieces and nephews will ripple outward, touching others for decades to come. Heartfelt condolences.
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