In Memorial

Gerald Anthony Liotta

Date of Death: January 1st, 2022

Obituary

Gerald Anthony Liotta, 82, beloved husband and best friend of Sandra, nee Mueller, for 58 wonderful years; loving father of Arden Beth Liotta Goudy (Stanley Goudy) and Alan Scott (Wendy) Liotta; cherished Grandpa of Victoria Liotta Huber, Alexis Liotta Goudy and Trey Liotta Goudy; devoted son of the late Eleanor and Joseph Liotta, Sr.; dear brother of Daniel (Jeannette) Liotta, Richard (LaVon) Liotta, LeRoy (Selena) Liotta, Lawrence (Nicole) Liotta, Sr. and the late Joseph (Leatrice) Liotta, Jr.; fond brother-in-law of Richard (Joan) Mueller; treasured uncle, cousin and friend of many. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Diabetes Association at www.diabetes.org. Visitation Friday, January 7, 2022 from 9:30 AM until the time of the funeral service at 10:00 AM at Shalom Memorial Funeral Home, 1700 W. Rand Road, Arlington Heights. Interment Randhill Park Cemetery. For the link to view the funeral virtually and to leave condolences, www.shalom2.com or (847) 255-3520.

Service Information

Service : Friday, January 7th at 10:00 am
Service Location: Shalom Chapel Service - Shalom Memorial Funeral Home

May His Memory Be A Blessing.

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Interment:
Randhill Park Cemetery
1700 W. Rand Road
Arlington Heights

Visitation Information

Visitation Friday, January 7, 2022 from 9:30 AM until the time of the funeral service at 10:00 AM at Shalom Memorial Funeral Home, 1700 W. Rand Road, Arlington Heights.

Contributions
American Diabetes Association
http://www.diabetes.org

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January 15th, 2022

 Richard

A trip to visit Older Brother Jerry was never complete without a Pizza meal. Big Brother is trying to teach me how to do it, however no one could ever match Jerry's loving technique.
I have so many wonderful memories of our visits and phone conversations over the years.
Jerry passing is leaving a Giant Hole in my heart, but I am consoled that he no longer has pain and is re-united with Mom, Dad, Joe Jr and my daughter Jennifer. I Love you Brother.

~Richard
~Brother, Huffman, Texas



January 15th, 2022

 Richard

Yup, that's Jerry about to enjoy a piece of Cannoli Cake after a day of fishing in Minnasota. We didn't catch any fish but did eat well. Brother do I miss you!

~Richard
~Brother, Huffman, Texas



January 14th, 2022

Traveling with the Grand Kids. Larry

Traveling with the Grand Kids.

~Larry
~Brother, Itasca, Illinois



January 13th, 2022

Lee and Jerry Larry

Up at the Cabin Lee and Jerry

~Larry
~Brother, Itasca Il



January 13th, 2022

First time fishing at the Cabin Larry

The end of a Great fishing Trip

~Larry
~Brother, Itasca Il



January 13th, 2022

Hot out of the oven Larry

Jerry's finished product What A treat !!!

~Larry
~Brother, Itasca Il



January 13th, 2022

 Larry

Pizza party for the Grand kids

~Larry
~Brother, Itasca Il



January 10th, 2022

 Alexis Liotta

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~Alexis Liotta



January 10th, 2022

 Alexis Liotta

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~Alexis Liotta



January 10th, 2022

 Alexis Liotta

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~Alexis Liotta



January 10th, 2022

 Alexis Liotta

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~Alexis Liotta



January 10th, 2022

 Alexis Liotta Goudy

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~Alexis Liotta Goudy



January 10th, 2022

 Alexis Liotta Goudy

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~Alexis Liotta Goudy



January 7th, 2022

I watched some of the "sad" memories and remembered all of the HAPPY ones-especially your beautiful home on Octavia Avenue in Chicago.

I hope to visit very shortly and get rid of this terrible thing that is plaguing my family!

Jerry had a lot more time and looked healthy. There were things that could have been done with the proper schooling.

Bernie

~Bernadette Peters
~cousin, Newport Beach, CA



January 7th, 2022

The Liotta boys were probably the first cousins that I had met as a young lad. Their Mother, Elanor was my Dads older sister and we looked up to all of them as older brothers. Jerry had the kindest face all the time and there are so many fond memories I have about him that it would take a book. Last time I was at Mayo Clinic waiting for my appointment I overhead them mentioning Liotta. As Sandy and Jerry went by I asked was there any chance that they knew my cousin and after decades we were reunited yet again. Especially when Jerry said that HE was THE Jerry Liotta
Rest In Peace Cuz.

~Alan Mileski
~Cousin, Crystal Lake, IL



January 5th, 2022

I always called Gerry “Uncle Gerry” even though I’m his sister-in-law! I think maybe because he felt more like my family than a in-law! and it made me feel closer to him! He had so much patience especially when he took me fishing at their home in Lily Lakes in I’ll. He made sure I caught a fish! So much Fun! He made the best home made pizza and Thanksgiving at Sandi and Gerry’s was a real treat! He was a wonderful cook! Very special memories!
Rest In Peace Dear Uncle Gerry! May our memories be a blessing! You will be missed! Love “Aunt” Joanie” ❤️

~Joan Mueller
~Sister-in-law, Boynton Beach Florida



January 5th, 2022

So many memories there's not enough space!
The famous Albrook fish-fry parties; Gerry's brownies at the Thursday socials; his quiet patience and determination as the Landscaping and Maintenance person on the condo board; that almost-secret quiet grin when he was amused; his requests for my renowned tarte au pomme on special occasions; the way he and Sandi held me together when Leo died. He's been missed around the neighborhood since they left here one year ago and will be more missed now.
God bless all the family at this sad time.

~Rosemary Abrami
~Friend, neighbor, Sun City West, AZ



January 5th, 2022

This is so sad. I wish I could have done more.

~Bernadette Peters
~Cousin, Newport Beach, CA



January 4th, 2022

May his memory be a blessing. My heart goes out to his immediate family, relatives, and friends.

My uncle was a kind man, and will be missed.

~Alex Liotta
~Grandnephew, Brookfield, WI



January 4th, 2022

A true gentle soul. A man with few words,but they all mattered. Blessed to have crossed paths with Jerry. A respectful gentleman. You will be missed.

~Steve Huber
~, Mn



January 4th, 2022

Jerry was our new neighbor, such a sweet man, with so many amazing, adventurous stories.
We will miss you, Jerry.
Sending sincere sympathy to Sandi and the entire Liotta Family.

~Laure Zimmermann
~Neighbor, Little Falls/Flensburg MN


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