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St. Hyacinth Catholic Church
Tuesday January 11th, 2022
10:00am - 11:00am

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St. Hyacinth Catholic Church
Tuesday January 11th, 2022

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Tuesday January 11th, 2022

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Randal M. Konieczny

Randal M. Konieczny, 69 of Gibson City and formerly of Streator passed away Tuesday evening (January 4, 2022) at Parker Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Streator.

A visitation will be held Tuesday from 10-11AM am St. Hyacinth Catholic Church in LaSalle. A Funeral Mass will be held Tuesday at 11:00 AM at the church with Father Michael Pica officiating.
Burial will be in Long Point Cemetery with Full Military Honors conducted by the Streator American Legion and VFW.
Randal was born on August 28, 1952, in LaSalle, IL to John and Dorothy (Aurgbright) Konieczny.
He married Barbara Grimwood on July 9, 1994. She survives.
Surviving is his wife, Barbara Konieczny, son, Ryan Konieczny of Long Mount, Co, brother, Roger Koniecny of TX, sisters, Nancy (William D.) Savoree of Morris, Diane (Michael) Roach of Florida, stepmother, Rachel Konieczny of LaSalle, stepsister, Roberta of LaSalle, stepchildren, Mary (Terry) Gordon of Bloomington, Donna (Robert) Hitchcock of Gibson City, William (Tina) Wilburn of Kiowa, KS, Tammy (Joseph, Sr.) Hines of Cedar Point, IL and Catherine Eades of Bloomington and many grandchildren great grandchildren.

Randal was preceded in death by his parents, brother Gary Konieczny, sisters, Donna Konieczny and Mary Ellen.
Randal graduated from LaSalle Peru Township High School in Peru. He was a locksmith, carpenter, and a retired police officer. Randal was a member of the VFW in Gibson City.
Memorials may be made to The Family of Randal Konieczny.

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