Glenn M. Woloszyk, age 50, of Maple Park, passed away, July 31, 2020, followed by the love and prayers of his family for a Heavenly life free of the chains that bound him.

He was born June 11, 1970 in Elmhurst, IL, to proud parents, Connie and Glenn D. Woloszyk.

Glenn grew up in West Chicago and attended local schools. After graduating from Wheaton North High School, he continued his education to be an aviation mechanic. Glenn then had a traumatic accident that made his life path change to a new way of life. Glenn struggled for many years but found comfort with the friendships at Marianjoy that evolved from where his story began.

Glenn was a true Chicago native who enjoyed the Chicago Bears and was a diehard Cubs fan. He was also known to many sports fans for his annual football “fun” for the last 25 years. Glenn loved to work on cars and wasn’t a stranger to grime and grease. When he wasn’t under the hood, he enjoyed playing his beloved Xbox and proceeded to teach all his nephews his favorite games. Glenn had a big heart and lived for his nieces and nephews. Every Christmas they would give him a list of must haves and every year he would come through with flying colors. Basically he was bigger and better than Santa, much to his siblings chagrin. Glenn also built a Koi pond in the backyard, finding peace and enjoyment in the care of his creation. He will be missed by all who knew him and Glenn’s memory will never fade from their hearts.    

He now leaves his parents: Glenn D. and Connie Woloszyk; two sisters: Kimberly (John) Munro and Kelly (Michael A.) Como; his beloved nieces and nephews: Madison (Jay) Oury and their children: Payton, Avaya and Rayna; Colin (Alexis) Munro and their children: Rose, Nona, and Mila; James (Kalee) Woloszyk, Blake Munro, Michael T. Como, Hailey Como, Sara Como, Ally Como and Aimee Como;

He now joins his maternal and paternal grandparents and one brother, Todd Anthony Woloszyk who preceded him in death.

Visitation will be from 10am-2pm, Thursday, August 6, 2020, at Conley Funeral Home, 116 W. Pierce St., Elburn, IL 60119. A prayer service will begin at 2 pm followed by interment at Assumption Cemetery, Wheaton, IL. Masks and social distancing will be required to enter.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established in Glenn’s name to benefit Marianjoy. Checks may be made to the “Glenn Michael Woloszyk Memorial” and mailed in care of P.O. Box 66, Elburn, 60119. Tributes may also be forwarded to the same address, the Conley Funeral Home Facebook Page, or at

13 thoughts on “GLENN M. WOLOSZYK

  1. I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers.

  2. How sad. Glenn was a special person to me. I did not know him personally but dealt with him about football which he loved. He would always take time out to answer your emails when he got them.
    Rest in peace.

  3. I am so sorry to hear about Glenn passing. I want you all to know I am thinking of you and wishing you comfort and much love. May he run in heaven❤️

  4. Im deeply saddened to hear the passing of glen i grew up in winfield il lived on the next block from glen my thoughts and prayers go out to the woloszyk family during this very difficult time

  5. My family knew the woloszyk !! I went to Wheaton North with Glenn . Sad to hear of his passing !! Great guy !!!

  6. My your Spirit walk with Jesus and always surround your family.
    You are missed and were very important.

  7. I’m so very sorry for your loss, Connie. God bless and prayers to you and your family.

    Steven Breiter

  8. Meet Glenn working at Carquest. Was a good friend and always had a positive outlook on life. Will miss his sense of humor, his love of sports & his football pools. Rest in peace my friend.

  9. Glenn and Connie. I’m so sorry to hear of Glenn’s passing. May God give you peace and comfort during this time.

  10. Our deepest regrets over the loss of Glenn. We have many fond memories of him and he was always welcome in our home.
    The Scariano Family

  11. Glenn,
    So Sorry for your loss. Prayers be with you and you family.
    Jim Cholewa

  12. I had the pleasure of working with Glenn during my time as a personal trainer at Marianjoy. He would always light up the room with his smile – everyone always loved talking to him! He was such a generous person and was so kind to everyone he interacted with. I’m truly sorry for your loss – I will be praying for you all during this difficult time!

  13. So very sorry to hear of Glenn’s passing. I know him from Marianjoy. He was a very nice man and it was my honor to help care for him. Glenn and his family are in my thoughts and prayers.

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