Category: Mr. Roberto Hung Illinois Victim of Crimes as a Lombard Resident Homeowner



My Parents’ Family Wedding At The Cathedral of Santiago de Cuba on March 23, 1957

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“Roberto Hung’s Vacation To Miami, Florida, and Queens/Flushing, New York in the USA”

In 1993, after Mr. Roberto Hung J.D. purchased Lombard real estate property and moved to the Village of Lombard on September 2, 1993, he developed a thumb infection from a steel metal splinter acquired at work during the 3rd shift for Felt-Products After Market Auto Parts Division. Consequently, Roberto Hung developed a fever and a swollen thumb which was festering and required medical attention; then he was hospitalized with a swollen thumb infection at St. Francis Hospital in Evanston, Illinois USA. I remember driving to visit my Father, Roberto Hung, who was hospitalized as an in-patient at St. Francis Hospital from Lombard in DuPage County to Evanston on the North Shore by Lake Michigan. Since there was no hospital or medical health center in the Village of Lombard, Roberto Hung retained his health care plan at work from the Felt-Products Corporation in Skokie and kept his medical insurance group on the North Shore Clinic near Rogers Park and St. Francis Hospital in Evanston, Illinois USA.

After Roberto Hung’s medical leave and recovery from hospitalization, he went back to work at Felt-Pro in Skokie, Illinois, driving every night from Lombard in DuPage County after midnight and around 2:00 o’clock in the morning twilight to his new Lombard Brick Bungalow Home in District 5, near St. Pius X Catholic Church and School in York Township.

The following year in 1994, during the Spring, my Mother’s youngest sister Xiomara Fong Ramos de Zayas from Santiago de Cuba was invited to visit her and my youngest brother at 342 Harrison near Sunset Knolls Park and Main Street where the Lilac Parade takes place. I picked up my Aunt Xiomara at O’Hare Airport because my youngest brother was working all day at Allstate Insurance Company in Northbrook, Illinois. This family reunion took 23 years to become a special event for all of us and included more relatives who were planning to meet and gather in our new Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard. Aunt Xiomara has a lot of pictures, memorabilia, and photographs of her visit in Lombard during Lilac Time—more than enough good memories to return again during Spring 1998, four years later—(after my Father, Roberto Hung was bedridden, disabled, and unemployed following a home invasion and assault which caused a Traumatic Brain Injury and Aneurysm on December 21-22, 1996).

Later in Spring 1994, Nathan S. Wittler’s parents Reverend Melvin A. Wittler and Mrs. Nancy Wittler Patriquin announced their home visit to the Village of Lombard since they were driving from West Dummerston, Brattleboro in Vermont across the USA on holiday vacation to Hartington, Nebraska to visit Grandmother Wittler and Duane Wittler his brother who lived on the family farm near Lincoln, Nebraska with his sister Virginia and husband George Fox.

When Nathan S. Wittler went on vacation to West Dummerston, Bratteboro in New England to visit the Wittlers at the farm by the West River in South Vermont, I stayed at our Lombard home while I was working in DuPage County and the Chicagoland area in Illinois USA.

Six years before, the Wittlers had met my Father and Uncle Filiberto Hung and his wife Mireya Hung and daughter Ana Mireya Hung Lee during the 1988 wedding at Olive Park by Navy Pier and remembered the Wedding Reception aboard the Star of Chicago along Lake Michigan which was well attended by Nathan S. Wittler’s family including his Grandmother and Uncle Duane Wittler, his Aunt Virginia and husband George Fox, and his brothers Bryan, Kent, youngest sister Heather and her fiancé John Eruren at that time. In addition, Reverend Melvin A. Wittler and Mrs. Nancy Wittler had invited her brother Dr. David Patriquin and Mrs. Cynthia Patriquin and more friends to attend the Wedding Reception and Dinner aboard the Star of Chicago by Lake Michigan during Father’s Day weekend on June 18, 1988. My Mother did not attend my wedding day and refused to be involved in the wedding plans and festivities while she lived with my youngest brother during 1988.

From 1988 through 1996, I was working and lived as a Lombard resident homeowner in DuPage County, Illinois, I was at staying at the Lombard Brick Bungalow while my Father, Roberto Hung was on vacation visiting his family and relatives in Miami, Florida and Flushing, New York.

Afterwards, my Father went on Vacations To Visit His Family Relatives, His Brothers, His Sisters, Nephews and Nieces in Florida and New York. I drove my Father, Roberto Hung to the O’Hare Airport to catch his flights to Miami, Florida, to visit his oldest brother Miguel Hung, his son Miguel Hung-Simons and wife Pamela Hung Maggiano, Daughter Brittany and son Mike Hung with all the family; also travelled to New York La Guardia Airport near Queens, Flushing where my Uncle Filiberto and Aunt Mireya lived with his family, Ana Mireya, Ileana, Santiago and Grandson Rafael Hung. Roberto Hung also visited his youngest sister Caridad “Cei-Chieng” Fong and brother-in-law Joaquin Fong and children, Joaquin Jr. and daughter Teresa Tan with her family.

During his travel vacations, my Father, Roberto Hung, also visited his oldest sister Luz “Leing” Mock and her son Guillermo Mock, his wife Millie and other family relatives.

Figure 1 Dr. Santiago Mock and His Family Wedding featuring his son Santiago “Chaguín” Mock Jr. and his Bride Ileana, Dr. Santiago Mock and his Wife Ileana, His Daughter Lily Mock and Mother Luz “Leing” Hung Mock, and Brother Guillermo Mock

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Aunt Xiomara is my Mother’s youngest sister who lived in Kingston, Jamaica

Xiomara Fong Ramos, wife of Pedro Zayas, has travelled in the Cuba, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Miami, Florida, and in the Chicagoland area in the USA, and in London, England, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Germany, and the Central European States.

Now Aunt Xiomara who is a senior retired urban planner lives in Santiago de Cuba with her husband Pedro Zayas and her Grandchildren who visit her during the summer in Cuba. Aunt Xiomara only has one son whose name is Pedro also, married to Xiomara with two children Eliannie and Rafael Alejandro Zayas. My Mother is the God-mother of Xiomara’s son Pedro.

My Mother’s third sister Xiomara was born on July 28, 1948, ten years after her oldest sister and middle sister Dulce María, all legitimate daughters of the Chinese national Alberto Fong and Cuban Irene Ramos Mejías, who managed the business of the Tailoring Garment Factory and Dry Cleaners, Downtown in Kingston, Jamaica. My Grandmother Irene’s oldest son José also known as “Pepín” was the first child from her first marriage. Then my Mother was born in 1938 as the first daughter of her second marriage to Alberto Fong in Santiago de Cuba. Her second broher José Alberto was born before the middle daughter Dulce María, Xiomara was born afterwards, and the youngest son Miguel was born the last of six children begotten by Irene Ramos Mejías during her lifetime between Santiago de Cuba and Kingston, Jamaica.

During 1994, Aunt Xiomara visited Miami, Florida, and the Village of Lombard in York Township, DuPage County, Illinois USA. My Mother and youngest brother invited Aunt Xiomara to visit us, after our family purchased two (2) Lombard homes in the state of Illinois, United States of America. Aunt Xiomara travelled by herself to North America. When Aunt Xiomara arrived to O’Hare Airport, we went to pick her up for her holiday visit to Chicago and the Village of Lombard where she stayed with my Mother and youngest brother at 342 West Harrison Street near Main Street and Lilacia Park. That same year, other house guests were invited to our Lombard homes. Reverend Melvin A. Wittler and Mrs. Nancy Wittler (Patriquin) my in-laws and parents of my husband Nathan Scott Wittler, were driving across North America from South Vermont in New England during the Spring of 1994 and coincided with my Aunt Xiomara during our family reunion. My Father, Mr. Roberto Hung invited all of us to breakfast, lunch, and dinner at his expense as a welcoming host in our Lombard home at 502 S. Wesmtmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard in District 5, York Township, DuPage County, Illinois USA.

While Aunt Xiomara was visiting us in the Village of Lombard, I used to pick her up in my sportscar Nissan 200SX and driver her to go shopping at the Oakbrook Center to purchase fashion clothes at Lord & Taylor, Marshall Field’s and other stores in DuPage County, Illinois. I bought Aunt Xiomara fashion garments as gifts to take back with her upon returning to Santiago de Cuba.

In the past, Uncle Pedro Zayas, Aunt Xiomara and her son Pedro lived in Europe and travelled through London, England, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Germany and the Central European States.

When Aunt Xiomara was a young girl, she used to help my Mother while she was studying to be a teacher at the Normal School for Teachers and the University of Oriente in Santiago de Cuba. Aunt Xiomara used to keep my Mother company as a youngest sister, closest friend, and chaperone when the latter met my Father, Roberto Hung when they were introduced at a social event in Santiago de Cuba, before my parents were married on March 23, 1957.

Aunt Xiomara is ten (10) years older than I am. Last July 28th, she celebrated her 64th birthday anniversary in Santiago de Cuba where she lives with her family, grandchildren, friends, and co-workers.

The family of my Aunt Xiomara and Uncle Pedro Zayas, they also have other relatives who live in state of New Jersey and across the United States of America and around the world.


How I Lost My Family?

Relocating into a town of orphans, dysfunctional residents, and psychiatric rehabilitated people, I did not know that I would lose my family and personal freedom as a Lombard resident homeowner in District 5, York Township, DuPage County, Illinois USA. When my Father, Mr. Roberto Hung purchased the Lombard historic Brick Bungalow at the corner of Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard, he did not know that this Lombard real estate property was surrounded by the DuPage Easter Seals orphans, mentally retarded, dysfunctional residents, and reformed alcoholics, drug addicts, and psychiatric rehabilitated people in District 5, York Township, DuPage County, Illinois USA. Neither my Father nor I knew the consequences of purchasing Lombard real estate property near Saint Pius X Catholic Church and School, upon request from my Mother and youngest brother who had followed Paul Rathe’s friend Linda Schuster to the western suburbs of DuPage County, Illinois. Twenty (20) years afterwards, I have lost my Father after Lombard home invasions, traumatic brain injury and aneurysm, repeated hospitalizations, abuse and murder by a hospital respiratory therapist; I cannot find my Mother who was presumed dead by the DuPage County Clerk in Wheaton, though she is still around relocated outside of Lilac Town; and my estranged husband who is roaming in the state of Illinois and does not communicate with me.

Lilac Town is a haven for orphans, that is to say children without natural parents, young people without a father, a mother, or a relative to provide lodging, food, and family surroundings. The western suburb of DuPage is always soliciting young orphans to fulfill the mandatory school age requirements in District 5, near Westmore Elementary School, Saint Pius X Catholic School, Jackson Middle School, and the surrounding religious schools in Lilac Town. Plus, Glenbard East High School is always soliciting and recruiting young students to enroll in their secondary education programs, going as far as to bring qualified international exchange students from around the world to relocate all the way to the Village of Lombard in the western suburbs and become permanent residents of the state of Illinois.

There are also many dysfunctional residents who move to the western suburbs of DuPage County. Rehabilitation lives from substance abuse, drugs, alcohol, over-medicated senior citizens, abused women, disabled people, mentally retarded individuals who have medical preference to settle in shared housing facilities, assisted-living lodging, and community-based housing without having the required income to support a west suburban lifestyle in Lilac Town, York Towship, DuPage County, Illinois USA.

In addition, the Village of Lombard solicits psychiatric rehabilitated residents to support subsidized state and federal grants for the Lombard Crisis Intervention Center on Finley Road.

Surprisingly, the Lombard historic bungalow my Father purchased in District 5, was surrounded by the Deicke Home for the Retarded, the Community Church along Westmore Avenue, the Mennonite community on Madison Avenue, and other churches near the State of Illinois Drivers’ License Facility.

My Father, Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor, did not know that purchasing two (2) Lombard real estate property with his family of five members would cost his life in five (5) years. Mr. Roberto Hung, a Lombard resident homeowner and taxpayer was attacked at home by intruders during home invasions and became an Illinois Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes statistics in the western suburbs for District 5, York Township, DuPage County, in the United States of America. As a Lombard resident homeowner, my Father became a victim of the heinous hate crimes set up at his Lombard home by the surrounding community along Westmore-Meyers Road in District 5, for the western suburbs of DuPage County, Illinois.

I have been a Lombard Victim of Repeated Home Invasions, Physically Abused, Kidnapped, Tortured, and Hospitalized by intruders, orphans, mentally retarded individuals, alcoholics, drug addicts, dysfunctional residents, and psychiatric rehabilitated people who have trespassed, invaded my personal lifestyle, and contributed to the loss of my family life in District 5, York Township, in the western suburbs of DuPage County in the state of Illinois.

“For the last twenty (20) years, I have lost my family to orphans, mentally retarded individuals, alcoholics, drug addicts, dysfunctional residents, and psychiatric rehabilitated people who have relocated, lived and settled in Lilac Town since September 2, 1993, after my Father, Mr. Roberto Hung and our family purchased Lombard real estate property at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road and 342 West Harrison and Finley Road in York Township, DuPage County, Illinois, United States of America”.


Maxfield’s Pancake House is West Roosevelt Road in Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois

Four (4) years ago, both Michelle Leaver and her Mother Olivia Hung-Simons drove to the western suburbs for breakfast at 352 East Roosevelt Road, Maxfield’s Pancake House to meet me on Saturday morning for Brunch with Henry William Hochstatter, on August 15th, 2009, during the Summer of 2009.  Michelle Leaver is the daughter of Wayne Leaver and Olivia Hung-Simons, who was staying at the Columbia College Downtown Residence while she was sent to study in Chicago, Illinois where her father Wayne Leaver was raised and educated.  Wayne Leaver wanted Michelle, his youngest daughter to live and study in the Windy City by Lake Michigan, Illinois USA.  Afterwards, Michelle Leaver moved to Oak Park and River Forest, near Concordia College.

When I received a telephone call from Olivia and Michelle, I was surprised to hear that they were both in Chicago, Illinois.  I had not seen my Cousin Olivia Hung-Simons for more than thirty years.  Olivia is the niece and god-daughter of  my Father, the late Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor who visited her Father Miguel Hung and family in Miami, Kendall County, Florida.

Friends of Roberto Hung’s family encouraged Michelle Leaver and her Mother to meet with me in Lombard because Michelle had a roommate who lived in DuPage County, and visited there regularly and over the weekends.

Maxfield’s Pancake House is a nice family restaurant to meet and reconnect with relatives and friends in Lombard and the western suburbs of  DuPage County, Illinois.

The family meeting with my Cousin Olivia and her Daughter Michelle Leaver was pleasant over breakfast for four people since I had invited them to meet me with Henry W. Hochstatter on Saturday morning at Maxfield’s, a popular eatery on weekends.  I had not seen Cousin Olivia since she had married Wayne Leaver or met her daughter Michelle who had been living and visiting in Chicago, Illinois for several years, unbeknown to me and my Father, Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor.

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During the family meeting, Michelle and Olivia wanted to take digital photos of our gathering at Maxfield’s.  After breakfast, Olivia and Michelle were planning to drive to Rockford, Illinois and return in the evening for dinner.  So, Olivia invited me and Henry to have dinner at T.G.I.F. in Oak Park by 7:30 P.M.  At T.G.I. Friday’s we exchanged gifts for Olivia and Michelle Leaver.

Afterwards, Michelle Leaver left Chicago suddenly, got into a car accident, and became pregnant.  Since then, Michelle Leaver gave birth to a son whose name is Joseph.  During July 2013, Michelle Leaver and Olivia Hung-Simons have removed all the photos from Facebook and the Internet.




Illinois Crime Victims Office

I, Gardenia C. Hung, do hereby request and petition Illinois Crime Victims Compensation for my Father, Mr. Roberto Hung, Deceased, Illinois Crime Victims Case No. 11cv5273
Re:  Illinois Victim of Crime Mr. Roberto Hung (Deceased: June 18, 1998 at Vencor Northlake Hospital Murdered by Respiratory Therapist Ben Aguilar. Mr. Roberto Hung was under medical care of Dr. Grodzin from Elmhurst Memorial Hospital) Lombard resident homeowner at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard in York Township, DuPage County, Illinois 60148-3028 United States of America.
Mr. Roberto Hung had medical coverage under Medicare, The Principal Healthcare from The Pampered Chef, Cobra from Dominick’s Food Stores, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Physicians Mutual, etc.
Re:  Illinois Victims of Crime Case No.11cv5273 for Mr. Roberto Hung, Lombard resident homeowner murdered and throttled by Respiratory Therapist Ben Aguilar who caused his death at Vencor Northlake Hospital.
My name is Gardenia C. Hung Wittler, eldest daughter of Mr. Roberto Hung, deceased Lombard resident homeowner and Illinois Victim of Crimes at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road.  I am writing to you because Mr. Roberto Hung (deceased) has been denied Illinois Crime Victims Compensation by Corey-Anne Gulkewicz Assistant Attorney General, even when Mr. Roberto Hung was abused and murdered during his morning sleep as patient of Dr. Grodzin and other physicians and medical staff at Vencor Northlake Hospital after being treated at Elmhurst Memorial Hospital.  I am writing to you to file a complaint and dispute the denial of the Illinois Crime Victims Compensation financial assistance for the surviving family of Mr. Roberto Hung. 
I, Gardenia C. Hung-Wittler, personally have to incur all the medical, legal, funeral, and extraordinary expenses involving the murder of Mr. Roberto Hung at Vencor Northlake Hospital by Respiratory Therapist Ben Aguilar on June 18, 1998, while Mr. Roberto Hung was under the care of Dr. Grodzin, other physicians, and medical nursing staff who witnessed the murder of Mr. Roberto Hung while he was asleep on the morning of June 18, 1998, before 7:00 a.m.
I am writing to you to appeal the denial of Illinois Crime Victims Compensation for financial assistance and reimbursement of the medical, legal, funeral, and other extraordinary expenses, incurred by the family of Mr. Roberto Hung, Lombard resident homeowner, taxpayer, and Illinois Victim of Crimes in the Village of Lombard, York Township, in DuPage County, Illinois, United States of America.
Please consider this letter of complaint against the denial of Illinois Crime Victims Compensation for Mr. Roberto Hung and surviving family members in the Village of Lombard, State of Illinois, U.S.A.
I, Gardenia C. Hung-Wittler, do hereby petition and request Illinois Crime Victims Compensation for Mr. Roberto Hung, Illinois Victim of Crime Case No. 11cv5273.
Sincerely,

Mrs. Gardenia C. Hung-Wittler
Post Office Box 1274
Lombard, Illinois  60148-8274
U.S.A.

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