Allan A. Zientko
February 1, 1945 - April 4, 2017
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Justen Funeral Home & Crematory
3700 Charles J. Miller Road
McHenry, IL 60050
815-385-2400 | Map
Saturday 4/8, 10:00 am

Allan A. Zientko, age 72, of Barrington, passed away Tuesday, April 4, 2017, at Good Shepherd Hospital, surrounded by his loving family. He was born February 1, 1945 in Chicago, to Steven and Loretta (Nytko) Zientko. Allan proudly served in the U.S. Army. He refereed basketball and football games at the local high school level.…

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CM left a message on April 8, 2017:
I am deeply sorry to hear about the loss of your dear loved one. Please take comfort in the promise from Jehovah at Revelation 21:3-5.
Brad Butler left a message on April 8, 2017:
Chris, Sorry to hear about your dad's passing. Our condolences and prayers to you and your family for your loss. I never met your dad but I know he would be proud of who you are, how hard you work and how much you have accomplished. I lost my dad some time back and it literally...sucks, to be honest however, as a man of faith, I realize that this is not the end but the beginning of your dad's eternal life with God. Celebrate his wonderful life and the great memories you both shared together. If you need anything just let me know. Peace.
Joanne Mendoza left a message on April 7, 2017:
Though we didn't know him, our hearts ache for you, as we all know how it is to lose a loved one. May you rejoice in the memories you had with your father, Chris and family. With sympathy, Joanne Mendoza City of Des Plaines
George Figura left a message on April 7, 2017:
I am so sorry to hear about Al's passing. He was a coworker of mine under Doug Willoughby and we had some spirited conversations on basketball officiating as I am one as well form Pennsylvania. He was a people person and I never heard anyone say anything bad about him. He was well liked and respected and definately a people person. He will be missed.
The Texas Szymczak's left a message on April 6, 2017:
We have had the blessings and pleasures of sharing many fond moments and memories with "Mr. Z" and his family. Individually, I have always enjoyed our discussions of sports, and especially our bond with Notre Dame football. His warm smile and spirited greeting was as genuine as his life was well lived. My family and I will honor his days on this earth and we'll take comfort knowing he's is going to cheer for old Notre Dame from row "A" as he is now in God's stadium keeping all things fair while "marching onward to victory" for the entire Zientko family. Cheers to you humble Al! Love and perpetual grace is yours - Eddie, Terian, Austin & Foster Szymczak
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