- Terry Tranchitella
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Memories of Terry Tranchitella
Terry Tranchitella was born May 9, 1948, in Chicago, Illinois to John and Ann (Gotz). He is the brother of John (Linda), James (Pam), and Maryann (Bob) Jordan. Terry was raised in Northlake and was a graduate of West Leyden High School Class of 1966. He remained in the Chicagoland area developing and building residential sub-divisions as the owner of TraCor Homes. In 2012 Terry semi-retired to Florida, relocating to Largo and then to North Ft. Meyers. Terry had many hobbies throughout his time, he was a passionate Chicago sports fan, he spent 6 years (2000-2006) supporting his two sons with the Driscoll Catholic Highlanders High School Football Champions. He owned several different summer homes in Illinois and Wisconsin and loved to be outdoors. He enjoyed boating, motorcycles, snowmobiling, camping, golfing, and one of his all-time favorites, cruising around in his golf cart with his canine buddy Vinny. Terry is survived by his loving wife, Karen (Scholten) and her children, Vanessa (Steve) Lobdell, Felicia Lano, Joseph (Laura) Welch, and Stephanie Welch. He is also survived by his four sons and their families, Kevin (Renay), Keith, James, and John (Ashley) along with 11 grandchildren, plus one grandchild and one great-grandchild arriving in 2019. His family would like to invite everyone to the Addison VFW Thursday, December 27th from 4pm-8pm (a prayer will be said at approximately 6:30 pm) Located at 446 W. Lake St. Addison, Illinois 60101. He will be missed by many, especially the family and friends he so suddenly left behind on December 15, 2018 in North Ft. Myers, Florida
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