Jerome "Jerry" A. Dulski
July 27, 1937 - February 11, 2022
Justen Funeral Homes
Lisa DiNaso
JIM NOVAK Light a candle
Light a Candle
Justen Funeral Home & Crematory
3700 Charles J. Miller Road
McHenry, IL 60050
815-385-2400 | Map
Monday 2/21, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Justen Funeral Home & Crematory
3700 Charles J. Miller Road
McHenry, IL 60050
815-385-2400 | Map
Monday 2/21, 12:00 pm
Queen of Heaven Cemetery
1400 S. Wolf Road
hillside, IL 60162
708-449-8300 | Map
Monday 2/21, 2:15 pm

Remembering Jerome A. Dulski July 27, 1937 – February 11, 2022 Jerome Arthur Dulski was born July 27th, 1937, to Honora and Walter Dulski and was raised in Chicago with his three brothers, Walter, Joseph and George and sister Ann who preceded her brothers in death in infancy. Jerry was Chicago born and grandson of…

Continue Reading

Tribute Video

Esther Upham Aluoch left a message on February 22, 2022:
I am sorry for your loss Marlene and Keryn. This verse comes to my mind, “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints.” Psalm 116:15. May you be comforted in this. Sending love and prayers.
George and Mae Cooper left a message on February 21, 2022:
The God of all comfort comfort your heart.
Lisa DiNaso left a message on February 21, 2022:
Uncle Jerry, you will be missed but looking forward to seeing you again in Heaven.
Linda J Stirk left a message on February 19, 2022:
Marlene, Karen, Greg and Cindi- I want to share my sincere sympathy to all of you at the passing of your dear husband and father. May you be comforted by the happy and loving memories that you all share of him. I send prayers and hugs to all of you at this time. May the Lord hold you close. With love and prayers- Linda Stirk
Joann Trotta left a message on February 18, 2022:
So many of these stories bring back beautiful memories I shared with Jerry and Marlene, my Forever Friends. My heart breaks to know I will never again hear his beautiful voice; share hours of laughter with our "Group" and seeing the joy in his face when we were all at his home being entertained with food and drink. My consolation is knowing that he is in Heaven and very happy to be with the Lord. I'll pray for and miss you, dear friend, til we meet again.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
JIM NOVAK left a message on February 18, 2022:
I didn't know Keryn's dad I met him Jerome through my music producer Keryn but he was able to celebrate him and Krryn's mom my birthday last year I heard a lot of good things about him I know he was into music like we are and he will be missed his pain and suffering is over he's in a better place
James Dulski left a message on February 18, 2022:
RIP Unc. A life well-lived. Strong, dependable, respected, and admired.
Rodney L. Barbour left a message on February 18, 2022:
Early in my career, I received a call from a Rodgers Organ Representative wanting me to play a dedication concert for a church in Batavia, Ohio. Little did I know when I accepted the offer, it would begin a lifelong association and friendship with a person whom I consider one of my very best friends. Jerry became an trusted advisor, mentor, supporter, agent, and helper for many of the opportunites I have enjoyed and accomplished in my life. His installations of church organs were “the best”- from the smallest two manuals, to the three manual 37-Rank Pipe-Analog Rodgers, at St. Paul UMC in Madiera, Ohio, the four manual Pipe-Digital Combo at First Baptist in Dayton, Ohio and the five manual Pipe-Digital Combo organ at St. Barnabas Episcopal in Montgomery, Ohio, and so many more! Jerry sponsored many concerts in churches and other venues such as retirement homes, malls, the Springdale Music Palace which not only showcased the organs but also his singing talents as well as his friends including Dawn Donovan, and myself as accompanist and it was a great joy for us performing these! Jerry went on to become one of the most successful single person organ dealerships in the United States in this size market! It was a spiritual treat to be invited to dinner with Jerry and Marlene (and Marlene’s mother Mary) and enjoy their Italian delicacies unavailable at any restaurant! I quickly learned that the tomato sauce on pasta is NOT sauce, it's "the Italian GRAVY!" The conversations always ended up with much fun and laughter. Jerry and I always ended up eating together after concert events. We went to the Auto Shows and ended up at Prime & WIne for the best prime rib and caesar salad while we discussed which cars we were going to purchase. We loved PJ’s in Montomgery for the Chicken Parm. If we were in Dayton, it would be Elsa’s Mexican. I’ll always be indebted to Jerry for introducting me to the Italian Sausage Sandwiche of Portillo’s in Chicago. I know Jerry’s love for God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, spilled over into his love for his family and friends, and enabled him to lead a full spiritual, colorful, musical, and successful life. My wife Cheri and I offer our prayers for Marlene, Karen, Greg and family and will look forward to an eternal heavenly reunion as God’s plans for all are completed! Rodney Barbour
Justen Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
Show More