Category: Hung Family as Victims of Crimes
For the last seventeen years, the Family of Mr. Roberto Hung, resident Lombard homeowners and U.S. citizens at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Blvd. have been Victims of Heinous Hate Crime Caused by the Village of Lombard and DuPage County, Illinois, United States of America because they purchased two (2) Lombard Real Estate properties and paid cash for their homes, near St. Pius X Catholic Church and School at 1025 East Madison St. and Westmore-Meyers Road in the Village of Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois, United States of America.
The Lombard Police and Fire Department have been responsible for the crimes committed at the Estate of Roberto Hung and Family while the Lombard resident homeowners were at work, travelling, or out-of-town in DuPage County, Illinois,out-of-stateor abroad. Consequently, the Village of Lombard has the obligation to compensate and pay the Hung Family for all the damages and losses to the Estate of Roberto Hung and Family in Illinois, USA. The Hung Family members have been Lombard resident homeowners at 502 S. Westmore Avenue and Washington Blvd. in DuPage County. The Hung Family has purchased two (2) Lombard homes during 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, and 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000,2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010in Illinois, USA.
THE VILLAGE OF LOMBARD HAS TO PAY THE HUNG FAMILY FOR DAMAGES AND LOSSES TO THE ESTATE OF ROBERTO HUNG AND FAMILY MEMBERS ABUSED AS VICTIMS OF CRIMES SET UP BY THE LOMBARD POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENT IN DUPAGE COUNTY ILLINOIS USA.
DAMAGES AND LOSSES CAUSED BY THE LOMBARD POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENT TO THE ESTATE OF MR. ROBERTO HUNG AND FAMILY IN DUPAGE COUNTY, ILLINOIS USA
1993-2008 DAMAGES AND LOSSES AT THE HUNG FAMILY REAL ESTATE AT 502 SOUTH WESTMORE-MEYERS ROAD, LOMBARD, DUPAGE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 60148-3028
MEMO OVERVIEW REPORT BY GARDENIA C. HUNG, M.A. DAUGHTER OF THE LATE MR. ROBERTO HUNG, J.D.
I. BRICK BUNGALOW HOUSE WITH 3-LEVELS: 1ST FLOOR, 2ND FLOOR, BASEMENT, GARAGE A. FIRST FLOOR.- FOYER/LOBBY FRONT.- DAMAGED DOOR LOCK,SHUT
1. CEILING PANELS STAINED, CRACKED
2. GLASS WINDOW PANES, 6TH WINDOW SOUTH, CRACKED GLASS 8TH WINDOW SOUTH, CRACKED GLASS
3. DOOR BELL IS BROKEN
4. DOOR KNOB IS BROKEN, FORCED
5. DOOR PANEL, STAINED BY FORCED ENTRY
6. DOOR LOCK/KNOB IS BROKEN, FORCED
7. FRONT STEPS, CHIPPED CONCRETE
8. BRICK BASE NEEDS TUCKPOINTING
B. LIVING ROOM.- 25-GALLON AQUARIUM, DEAD FISH, POISONED CLOROX
1. FLOOR-DRILLED HOLE BY UNAUTHORIZED CABLE CONTRACTOR
2. SOUTH WALL SEEPAGE, PEELING PAINT, CRACKED WALLS
3. SOUTH WALL DAMAGE TO ELECTRICAL WIRING SYSTEM
4. CEILING CRACKED, PEELING PAINT
C. DINING ROOM
1. CEILING BULGING TILES, FALLING TILES ON THE WEST CORNER
2. WINDOW GLASS BULLET HOLE, UPPER LEFT GLASS PANE, CRACKED GLASS WINDOW PANE
3. CARPETING.- WALL-TO-WALL DAMAGE
D. MASTER BEDROOM
1. COLLAPSED CEILING OVER TEAK QUEEN-SIZE BEDROOM SET, VANITY (2) CHEST OF DRAWERS,
(2) NIGHT STAND TABLES, (2) LAMPS 2. WALLS DAMAGED BY MOLD, MILDEW, WATER SEEPAGE
3. CARPETING WALL-TO-WALL DAMAGED
1. FLOOR WARPED WOODEN PLANKS TO BE REPLACED
2. CARPETING WALL-TO-WALL DAMAGED
3. CEILING GYPSUM COLLAPSED, CRACKED
4. ELECTRICAL WIRING SYSTEM DAMAGED BY WATER SEEPAGE
1. CEILING COLLAPSED WHEN PLUMPING PIPES AND FIXTURES BURST DUE TO EXCESSIVE WATER PRESSURE UNGAUGED BY THE LOMBARD WATER DEPARTMENT AND PUBLIC WORKS
2. CEILING WOODEN STRUCTURE DAMAGED BY WATER SEEPAGE
3. PLUMBING PIPES AND FIXTURES DAMAGED
G. GUEST BEDROOM (SOUTHWEST FACING BACKYARD) STUDY
1. CLOSET IS DAMAGED BY PLUMBING PIPES BURSTING DUE TO UNGAUGED WATER PRESSURE
2. WATER SEEPAGE IN CLOSET ACCESS TO PLUMBING PIPES SHARED BY THE BATHROOM AND THE BASEMENT LEVELS.
G. STOLEN CLOTHING, BOOKS, FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS, DOCUMENTS U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR FILES BELONGING TO GARDENIA C. HUNG H. KITCHEN
1. SINK PLUMBING PIPES ARE TURNED OFF
2. FLOOR TILES ARE CRACKED, WATER-LOGGED, TO BE REPLACED
3. CEILING PAINT CRACKED, PEELING
4. REFRIGERATOR IS DAMAGED
5. DISHWATER IS DAMAGED
6. DISHES ARE BROKEN
1. PLUMBING PIPES BURST DUE TO UNGAUGED WATER PRESSURE
2. COLLAPSED CEILING, CRACKED, EXPOSED PIPES, MOLD, MILDEW
3. WATER SEEPAGE, HUMIDITY, MOLD, MILDEW
4. WALLS CRACKED, PEELING PAINT
5. GLASS VENTS CLOSED/OPEN SCREENS BROKEN, TO BE REPLACED
6. (2) REFRIGERATORS DAMAGED – VERTICAL UPRIGHT/HALF FRIDGE
7. POOL TABLE GREEN MAT IS DAMAGED
8. BAR DAMAGED DUE TO COLLAPSED CEILING, MOLD, MILDEW ‘
9. WASHING MACHINE IS DAMAGED
10. HEATING FURNACE SYSTEM/AIR CONDITIONING IS DAMAGED
11. STORAGE ROOM, BOOK SHELVES, STOLEN BOOKS BY INTRUDERS
12. STORAGE ROOM INSULATION TO BE REPLACED, FINISHED
13. LAUNDRY ROOM, CEILING FIXTURE PANEL CRACKED, BROKEN
14. CEILING PANEL PULLED DOWN
15. WALL PAINT CRACKED, PEELING
J. BACK PORCH.- INTRUDERS USED A HEAT TORCH ON PAINT BEHIND DOOR CRACKED WOODEN BEAM BY THE WINDOW
1. CEILING LEAKAGE ON RAINY DAYS
2. LIGHT FIXTURE AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEM IS WATER DAMAGED
3. DOOR BELL IS BROKEN, FORCED, PULLED OUT BY INTRUDERS
4. DOOR BELL WIRING IS PULLED OUT
5. DOOR SCREEN IS DAMAGED, INSIDE, OUTSIDE, TORN OFF FROM HINGES, DROPPED OFF, TO BE REPLACED
6. PORCH DOOR IS DAMAGED, CRACKED PAINT, PEELING TO BE REPLACED
7. GLASS DOOR KNOBS DAMAGES TO BE REPLACED
II. SECOND FLOOR
1. STAIRS, STEPS.- WOODEN, WATER STAINED, GLASS DOOR KNOB IS DAMAGED, BROKEN
2. WALLS, CEILING PAINT CRACKED, PEELING
3. STORAGE ROOM INSULATION IS DAMAGED BY INTRUDERS TO BE REPLACED AND REFINISHED
A. STUDY/HALF BEDROOM
1. PAINT CRACKED, PEELING
2. DAMAGED TO PROFESSIONAL COMPUTER PC EQUIPMENT, STOLEN CD-ROM DRIVE. STOLEN DOCUMENTS FROM MR. ROBERTO HUNG
1. CLOSED IS DAMAGED BY WATER SEEPAGE, MOLD, MILDEW, CRACKED WALL
2. CEILING LIGHT FIXTURE CRACKED AND BROKEN GLASS OVER BED
1. CEILING CRACKED AND PAINT PEELING CAUSED BY HEAT TORCH USED BY INTRUDERS, TRESPASSERS AND UNAUTHORIZED ENTRIES
D. PANTRY, TO BE RESTORED, REMODELED, REPAINTED, REFINISHED
1. PANTRY CEILING PAINT CRACKED, PEELING, MOLD, MILDEW
2. PANTRY STORAGE DOOR CRACKED, MOLD, MILDEW, REPLACE
E. BATHROOM, PLUMBING PIPE FIXTURES BURST FROM 2ND TO 1ST FLOOR PAINT CRACKED, PEELING, TO BE RESTORED, REMODELED, REDONE
F. LIVING ROOM FURNITURE STAINED AND DAMAGED
1. CEILING CRACKING, FISSURE UNDER ROOFING STRESS
2. WALL RETAIN HUMIDITY, MOLD, MILDEW
1. GARAGE DOOR OPENER IS BROKEN, DAMAGED, SEARS BRAND
2. REPLACE GARAGE DOOR
3. LAWN MOWER IS DAMAGED, BROKEN POWER STRING
4. ALUMINUM SIDING POST (LEFT) IS CRACKED, BROKEN
5. WOODEN-FRAME STRUCTURE IS DAMAGED BY HUMIDITY
6. CONDUIT FOR ELECTRICAL WIRING WAS PULLED DOWN
7. DAMAGE TO NINE (9) MOTORIZED AUTO VEHICLES, CARS, SUV, MOTORCYCLE, LAWN MOWER, ETC.
8. NEW ROOFING FOR GARAGE TO MATCH THE HOUSE IN AGED REDWOOD SHINGLES
1. ROOFING DAMAGE TO ROOFING SHINGLES, WOODEN STRUCTURE, WIRING, GUTTERS, DUCTWORK
2. T.V. ANTENNA FOR COMMUNICATIONS KNOCKED DOWN BY CABLE CONTRACTOR HIRED BY THE VILLAGE OF LOMBARD AND UNAUTHORIZED BY THE HUNG FAMILY OR G.C. HUNG 3. SIDE ROOFING DAMAGE
4. FENCE DAMAGED BY EVA AND JOHN CARPENTER & SONS, AS WELL AS BY INTRUDERS, TRESPASSERS JUMPING THE FENCING POSTS WHICH ARE DAMAGED AND SPLINTERED BY SBC TELEPHONE COMPANY AND OTHER INTRUDERS AND CRIMINALS
5. FENCE POSTS ARE BROKEN, SPLINTERED, KNOCKET OUT, KICKED IN
6. GRASS LAWN TRAMPLED, FLOWER BED BORDERS DAMAGED LOMBARD DAMAGES & LOSSES TO HUNG FAMILY REAL ESTATE PROPERTY, ASSETS, AUTOMOBILES, MOTORIZED EQUIPMENT, ETC.
From the 19th century to the 20th and 21st century
1927 was a vintage year for memorable, auspicious events and dates to remember…
The year 1927 coincides with the construction of the Lombard Brick Bungalow at 502 S. Westmore Avenue and Washington Blvd. , in time for the Lilac Festival at Lilacia Park in the Village of Lombard , Du Page County, Illinois, USA. During 1927, Lombard lived through a building contracts boom for community development, expansion and growth.
In 1927, “the Grandaddies Sol Kogen and Edgar Miller in Old Town Chicago, renewed their friendship from the School of the Art Institute and joined efforts in rehabbing old buildings with recyclable materials, to be used as studios”—according to Dennis Rodkin, Chicago Reader, in the Nest Issue, “ Chicago architecture was booming in 1927.” The original Carl Street Studios were erected in 1927 and bears Sol Kogen’s name at 155 W. Carl Street , know today as Burton Place in Chicago, Illinois.
Eighty-one years ago establishes a milestone for the Modernist style of architecture featuring Art Deco, Nouveau Art, stained glass windows, glass etchings, beveled and leaded glass, in the Italianate style, as well as mosaics, frescoes, and architectural interior designs.
1927 marks the year when the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was founded.
The telegraph and the telephone were used for “speedy communications”.
During March 19, 1927, the Village of Lombard issued new building permits in demand for the great expansion and growth of Babcock’s Grove, since 1833, when Ralph and Morgan Babcock traveled west of Chicago to secure land for the Church Deacon, Winslow Churchill and his family, in Du Page County, Illinois, USA.
In 1869, Babcock’s Grove was incorporated when Josiah P. Lombard, one of the village’s main landowners, lent his name to the new municipality, known today as the Village of Lombard , according to town historian Jean Van Rensselar.
At the turn-of-the-century, the Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow at 502 S. Westmore Avenue and Washington Blvd. was owned by the Ahrens Family as a subdivision of part of the block “A” in Robertson’s Westmore, according to the Plat recorded June 1st, 1922 by the Du Page County Recorder of Deeds Office. Both Mary Ahrens and Emil Ahrens lived at this Lombard Historic Brick home during 1929 and 1930, according to property records.
Warranty Deed in Trust, R75-64744, Recorded in Du Page County , 1975 Nov 20 PM12:30
This indenture witnesseth, that the Grantor Lucille Hornbeck, a.k.a. Lucille A. Hornbeck, a widow and not since remarried, of the County of Du Page and State of Illinois for and in consideration of the sum of Ten and 0/100 dollars, $10.00, in hand paid, and of other good and valuable considerations, receipt of which, hereby, is duly acknowledged to Convey and Warrant unto La Grange State Bank, a banking corporation duly organized and existing under the laws of the State of Illinois, s Trustee under the provisions of a certain Trust agreement, dated the 8th day of November 1975 and known as Trust Number 2834, the following described real estate in the County of Du Page and State of Illinois, to wit:
Parcel 1: Lot eighty (80) in Robertson’s Westmore, a subdivision of part of the West half of the South West quarter of Section nine (9), Township thirty-nine (30) North, Range eleven (11) East of the Third Principal Meridian, lying South of the right of way line of the Chicago Aurora and Elgin Railroad Company, according to the Plat thereof recorded June 1st 1922, as document 15681, in Du Page County, Illinois.
Parcel 2: Lot A in Washington Manor being a Subdivision of part of Block “A” in Robertson’s Westmore, a Subdivision of that part of the West half of the Southwest quarter, lying South of the right of way of the Chicago Aurora and Elgin Railroad, of Section 9, Township 39 North, Range 11, East of the Third Principal Meridian, according to the Plat of said Washington Manor recorded February 17, 1959 as document 912579, and Certificate recorded on April 20, 1959, as Document 919712, in Du Page County, Illinois.
Mary Ahrens, 3/27/1929, Books 231/364
Emil Ahrens, 6/16/1930, Books 248-539
Dorothy Elguth, 5/19/1934, Books 293-352
Richard Ahrens, 5/14/1947, Books 371-206
Henry A. Hornbeck, 1947
George P. Hornbeck
Lucille A. Hornbeck, 11/20/1975
Marie C. LiPuma, 10/30/1984
Roberto Hung, 9/2/1996
Gardenia C. Hung/Robert S. Hung, 1998-present
During 1922, when the Ahrens recorded this property deed: a building ordinance was passed in the Village of Lombard , the superintendent of construction was appointed, and the Lombard village board studied zoning ordinance. There were 2,200 acres in Du Page County, subdivided into residential lots—old farms were being subdivided. According to the late Mrs. Steben, my elderly next-door neighbor, “the area was old farm land with horse stables, surrounded by corn fields”.
More petitions for new subdivisions were presented in 1922. At the time, the Lombard trustees forecasted the expansion and uncontrolled growth. There were dirt roads and muddy paths—“some sections were inundated by spring rains”. According to Lillian Budd, Lombard historian, The Lombard News summarized, “…clamoring for water in pipes, while at the same time battling water not in pipes.” Some property owners laid water mains at their own expense, then asked permission to connect with the village water system. The Village of Lombard planned street paving afterwards in 1922.
During March 19, 1927, the Village of Lombard issued new building permits. By June 1927, eight (8) more building permits were issued. At the time, property values in Lombard increased—“one vacant lot more than tripled in value, within one year”.
Colonel William R. Plum, died on April 28, 1927, during Lilac Time. Upon his death, the Estate of Colonel Plum and his wife, Helen M. Plum was bequeathed to the Village of Lombard , for a public park, known today as Lilacia Park , in 2008. The Lombard Park District was established on September 26, 1927 in Du Page County, Illinois, USA.
Eighty-six years later, there are still Lombard resident senior citizens living today to celebrate their anniversaries in Lilac Town . Last Friday, August 29, 2008, the Lombard Spectator reported that there is still a need for water main construction on Meyers Road, between 22nd Street and 16th Street for the installation of a new water transmission main on Meyers Road at the York Center—to be completed in two (2) months, according to the Lombard Public Works Department, engineer Frank Kalisik. The Lombard water transmission main is designed for a water booster station to process about 4,000 feet of water, locally. This is not a water main to the Lombard residents’ homes.
The Lombard Spectator was first published in 1927 by Frank T. Jirsa, Jr. On June 16, 1927, the Lilac Town voice became “Devoted to the interests of Lombard—“a Village of Homes ”. This local newspaper brought attention to Lilac Town as the Village of Lombard , founded in 1869.
According to Lombard history, the Ahrens Family can be traced back to the German Lutheran brothers Ehler and Friedrich Ahrens, who helped to build Trinity Lutheran Church School , “schulgemeinde”, on Roosevelt Road and Wisconsin street , York Center . On June 15, 1868, the Ahrens brothers joined Jobst Goltermann, Henry and Friedrich Goltermann, and Heinrich Meyer to provide for the Trinity Lutheran Church School and congregation at the York Center , in Babcock’s Grove, before the Village of Lombard was incorporated, in 1869. The original twelve (12) Lutherans who erected Trinity Lutheran Church at Roosevelt and Meyers Road were: three (3) Goltermann brothers, two (2) Ahrens brothers, Fr. Meyer, H. H. Hogrefe, J. Uhlhorn, W. Woltermann , D. Scharlau, F. Schumaker, and H. Niemann.
One hundred and forty years have passed now in 2008 since that fateful day. Now Trinity Lutheran Church and School celebrate the 140th anniversary of serving the Village of Lombard community and the Lutheran congregation at York Center , in Du Page County, Illinois, United States of America.
The Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow is Timeless for a Vintage Year: 1927, Modern Times, from the 19th Century and 20th Century To The 21st Century. This Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow has remained at the corner of Westmore Avenue and Washington Blvd. since the Ahrens Family built the Lombard property in 1927.
Two centuries later, on September 2nd, 1993, Mr. Roberto Hung, Sr. with his daughter and son-in-law purchased the Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow from Debra Y. Sekrecki, with an initial down payment of $2,000, as earnest money paid by personal check, added to the total cash payment of $88,000 at a fixed interest rate not to exceed 8.00% per year, amortized over a period of fifteen (15) years. At the time, Debra Y. Sekrecki had two (2) children, a boy and a girl, lived with Stella, the tenant upstairs, and father Adam Sekrecki.
Three months before, on July 11, 1993, Mr. Roberto Hung signed a Standard Residential Sales Contract from the Du Page Association of Realtors in agreement to purchase the Lombard real estate property at 502 S. Westmore Avenue in Lombard, Illinois 60148-3028 , owned by seller Debra Y. Sekrecki. The original closing date was scheduled on September 11, 1993. However, Roberto Hung was called by telephone to appear sooner on September 2nd, 1993, at 3:30 p.m., at the law office of Alan Dakoff, Telephone: 708-966-0488, located at 9291 North Maryland, in Niles, Illinois 60714 , U.S.A.
Century 21, Action Real Estate provided a Buyer Service Pledge presented by Steve Block, Telephone: 630-627-5500, and Dino, the real estate agent with Roberto Hung, who signed in agreement. Afterwards, Roberto Hung received a copy of Rider 412, Buyer’s Inspection which he signed as buyer with Debra Sekrecki, as seller.
In 1993, Century 21, Action Real Estate described in a listing the Highlights of the Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow at the corner of Westmore Avenue and Washington Blvd., owned by Debra Y. Sekrecki with tenant Stella. At the time, the Du Page County Real Estate Taxes were only $2,744 for the brick house. After Roberto Hung purchased the same Lombard Brick House, the Lombard property taxes doubled for more than $4,000, without providing the senior citizens Homestead Exemption.
This Lombard Brick Home is located near Westmore Elementary School and St. Pius X Church School, Jackson Middle School , and Willowbrook High School .
George Hornbeck’s Parcel No. 06-09-315038 is a subdivision, spacious 4-bedroom brick home with a second floor in-law or potential income arrangement. There are nine (9) room available with hardwood floors. Full finished basement. Front and rear enclosed porches for added living space. Fully fenced yard with a gas grill. There is a 2-car garage. Public transportation is available. This Lombard home is close to school and shopping, near the Eastgate Center and State of Illinois facilities for the Secretary of State Vehicle Licenses Center and the Illinois Employment and Training Center (I.E.T.C.).
Action Real Estate for Century 21 was serving Du Page and Cook counties at the Lombard Pines Shopping Center, 1125-J South Main Street, Lombard, Illinois 60148, in care of realtor Dino.
On September 2nd, 1996, Mr. Roberto Hung completed full cash payment of the Lombard Brick Home at Maple Park State Bank, witnessed by his daughter, Gardenia C. Hung, and the bank manager. Mr. Roberto Hung and his eldest daughter, married to Nathan S. Wittler, improved this Lombard Brick house by adding oak cabinets, an exterior halogen flood night light, (2) automatic garage door openers, changed all door locks, added gardening landscaping, apple trees orchard, and perennial flowers, and exotic plant species.
Specifications for the Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow:
Living Room: 25.4 X 11.10 sq. ft.
Dining Room: 13.1 X 13.2 sq. ft.
Kitchen: 11.6 X 10.8 sq. ft.
Master Bdrm: 11.10 X 10.6 sq. ft.
Bedroom: 11.5 X 10.6 sq. ft.
Bedroom: 11.3 X 10.0 sq. ft.
Bedroom: 15.8 X 10.0 sq. ft.
Living Room: 13.10 X 12.2 sq. ft.
Kitchen: 15 X 14 sq. ft.
Pantry: 6 X 4 sq. ft.
Utilities in the Basement. Basement Full Finished. Storage Rooms: 2. Closets: 10
 Chicago Reader, Thursday, March 27, 2008, Volume 37, Number 27. The Nest Issue. “The Granddaddies Sol Kogen and Edgar Miller in Old Town ”, page 28. The Reader© 2008, CL Chicago, Inc.
 Footsteps on the Tall Grass Prairie. A History of Lombard, Illinois by Lillian Budd, page 97. Published for the Lombard Historical Society, as a 1976 American Revolution Centennial Project. First Edition. Copyright 1977 by the Lombard Historical Society.
 1996 Lombard Community Directory. “Lombard: The Lilac Village ” by Jean Van Rensselar, page 2.
 Du Page County Recorder of Deeds, Fred Bucholz, Assisted by Jan, and Supervisor Leslie on Tuesday, June 19th, 2007, 11AM at the Jack T. Knuepfer Administration Building, 421 North County Farm Road, Wheaton, Illinois 60187-0936 USA. 2007 Real Estate Title Deed Research by Gardenia C. Hung, M.A., for Lombard Real Estate, 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Blvd., Lombard, Illinois, 60148-3028 USA. P.I.N. 06-09-315-038 on June 21st, 2007, 12PM.
 Footsteps on the Tall Grass Prairie. A History of Lombard, Illinois by Lillian Budd, page 175. Published for the Lombard Historical Society, as a 1976 American Revolution Centennial Project. First Edition. Copyright 1977 by the Lombard Historical Society.
 Ibid., page 196.
 Ibid., page 190-191.
 Lombard Spectator. “ Lombard : Meyers to be tied up with water main work”, page 10. Press Publications, Friday, August 29, 2008 LVP.
 Footsteps on the Tall Grass Prairie. A History of Lombard, Illinois by Lillian Budd, pages 195-6. Published for the Lombard Historical Society, as a 1976 American Revolution Bicentennial Project. First Edition. Copyright 1977 by the Lombard Historical Society.
 Footsteps on the Tall Grass Prairie. A History of Lombard, Illinois by Lillian Budd, page 120. Published for the Lombard Historical Society, as a 1976 American Revolution Bicentennial Project. First Edition. Copyright 1977 by the Lombard Historical Society.
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WHEN IS THE VILLAGE OF LOMBARD AND DUPAGE COUNTY GOING TO COMPENSATE GARDENIA C. HUNG AND THE ESTATE OF MR. ROBERTO HUNG AND FAMILY AT 502 S. WESTMORE-MEYERS ROAD, LOMBARD, ILLINOIS 60148 FOR CRIMES COMMITTED BY THE LOMBARD POLICE DEPARTMENT AND KEITH STEISKAL FOR THE LOMBARD FIRE DEPARTMENT HEADED BY GEORGE SEAGRAVES?
My name is Gardenia C. Hung, victim of abuse, heinous hate crimes as a Lombard resident homeowner at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road in DuPage County, Illinois 60148. I have been writing to report crimes committed by the Village Lombard Police Department and Keith Steiskal, from the Lombard Fire Department. On November 5, 2008, Keith Steikal demolished my Lombard house and I am homeless. Since November 5, 2008, I have been incurring expenses and out-of-pocket charges to include a current Mastercard credit card bill in the amount of $2,187.54 for hotel lodging and additional telephone charges in the amount of $65.00 a month. The Village of Lombard and George Seagraves refuse to pay any other expenses as a result of the demolition of my Lombard real estate property, personal and professional assets, equipment, clothing, and household goods. I have been reporting that the Village of Lombard wants me to pay for all the demolition expenses as a Lombard homeowner. I do not have any money to pay any of those demolition expenses or any other out-of-pocket expenses charged by the Village of Lombard and DuPage County. At this time, I have not seen my brother Robert Santiago Hung Fong or my mother Mrs. Gardenia Fong Ramos with an alias name now, nor my former husband Nathan Scott Wittler Patriquin, though they are staying in DuPage County, Illinois. None of my family relatives or friends call me. The Village of Lombard refuses to call, write, or answer any of my inquiries. I have not received any responses from anyone about the crimes committed by the Village of Lombard and other accomplices in DuPage County, Illinois. Please help me resolve these criminal issues caused by the Village of Lombard Police Department and Keith Steiskal with the Lombard Fire Department. I can be reached by telephone and/or mail since I am currently in the Village of Lombard area and residing in DuPage County, Illinois.
Signed by Gardenia C. Hung
Post Office Box 1274
502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road
Lombard, Illinois 60148
Dear Friends, Colleagues, Associates, Family, and Others to whom it may concern:
Good Afternoon. My name is Gardenia C. Hung, Lombard resident homeowner, U.S. citizen, as well as Victim of Disaster, Crimes, and Domestic Violence in DuPage County, Illinois, USA. I am reporting abuse by the Village of Lombard to support discrimination in fair housing in the Village of Lombard and to document that that I have not received any of the civil court proceedings presented by Howard C. Jablecki on behalf of Keith Steiskal for the Village of Lombard Fire Department. Before Election Day, November 4, 2008, I am requesting your assistance to stop and to prevent the demolition of the Lombard real estate property at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Blvd., in DuPage County, Illinois by Court Order of Judge Bonnie M. Wheaton, Chancery Division, Room 2007, DuPage Judicial Center, 505 North County Farm Road, Wheaton, Illinois 60187 and represented by Howard C. Jablecki and Keith Steiskal for the Village of Lombard.
Please note that the Village of Lombard has been trying to harm me and the Hung Family members as Lombard resident homeowners, taxpayers, and U.S. citizens with physical injury, abuse, home intrusions, roofing damages and losses, water damages, disrepair, and stealing by the Lombard Police Department and other intruders without authorization and permission from the Hung Family. These are all examples of violence, heinous hate crimes, and discrimination against myself and the Hung Family members on record for verification int he Village of Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois.
There are other forms of fair housing discrimination which I have reported to the Office of Housing and Urban Development and other government agencies. The Village of Lombard has been excluding the Hung Family from Lombard homeownership rights and abusing each of the Hung Family members at home with violence, crimes, and disasters arranged by the Lombard Police Department, the Carpenters, and other accomplices, on record.
There is evidence of grass burning of the side lawn, burn marks behind the front porch door, burnt bushes, plants, and other forms of heinous hate crimes, such as torn clothing, broken household items, dead aquarium fish by poison with Clorox and left dead floating in the aquarium for me to find, upon return from being out-of-town. Also roofing disaster damages and losses. Attached are photos as proof of discrimination and heinous hate crimes at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road, owned by the Hung Family, and arranged by the Village of Lombard Police Department and other accomplices in DuPage County, Illinois, USA.
Please note that Howard C. Jablecki representing the Village of Lombard, has not been providing Gardenia C. Hung copies of the court proceedings nor notifying her about Court Appearances within the legal 14 days allowed by law, in order to obtain an Order for Demolition of the Lombard real estate property owned by the Hung Family.
In addition, Gardenia C. Hung was told in person, instead of by legal notice, about an Emergency Court Meeting without legal Due Notice or Mail Notice for Monday, 27 October 2008, less than 14 days from the court date of appearance, on Tuesday, October 21, 2008, 9:30 AM. Received a Visit from Keith Steiskal, Bureau of Inspectional Services, Lombard Fire Department, 225 E. Wilson Avenue , Lombard , IL 60148 , Tel. (630) 620-5750. Gardenia C. Hung has not received any U.S. mail notice from the 18th Judicial Circuit Court, Judge Bonnie M. Wheaton, Room 2007, DuPage County Judicial Center , Illinois 60187 .
• Keith Steiskal mentions that there is the smell of wood-fire burning around the house and Gardenia C. Hung does not have any firewood burning stove at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road , Lombard , IL 60148-3028 .
• Keith Steiskal mentions that the Deed to my Lombard house is going to be transferred and Gardenia C. Hung has not received any legal notice or advise about the legal proceeding.
• Keith Steiskal mentions that the intent is to Demolish the Lombard Brick Bungalow, while Gardenia C. Hung has filed for a Lombard Building Permit to Restore and Preserve the Historic Brick Real Estate Property.
Let it be known that I have been complaining to prevent the demolition of my house on Election Day, Tuesday, November 4, 2008, by the Village of Lombard and Keith Steiskal, in order to stop the enforcement of the demolition of this Lombard real estate property owned by the Hung Family.
Please note that all these statements can be verified by law and are a reality for disrepair, damages, and losses, heinous hate crimes, and discrimination in fair housing, based on facts of evidence, abuse, and disasters arranged by the Lombard Police Department and other accomplices in DuPage County, Illinois, USA. For additional evidence please contact the State of Illinois Victims of Crime Division and the Office of the Attorney General. Attached are photos to show heinous hate crimes and discrimination on record to support fair housing discrimination practices in the Village of Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois, USA.
Gardenia C. Hung, M.A.
502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road
Lombard, IL 60148-3028 USA
Under penalties as provided by law, pursuant to Section 1-109 of the Illinois Code of Civil Procedure, the undersigned certifies that the statements set forth in this instrument are true and correct, to the best of my ability, so help me God.
Dated: 29 October 2008
Signed by Gardenia C. Hung, M.A. (Reserved Signature)
502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road , Lombard , Illinois 60148-3028 , USA
Executed in the Village of Lombard , County of Du Page , in the State of Illinois , United States of America .