Category: Victim of Disaster in Lombard for Water Flooding



“Is Harvard on Halsted?”

The last semester at NEIU during the Fall of 1982 concluded in graduation after I completed Student Teaching at Lincoln Park Magnet School which included Middle School for grades 6th, 7th, and 8th, for Spanish with the teacher Manuel Verdugo, and French with Maureen Dolan and Maureen Breen. I was working with the NEIU Education Department and Foreign Languages Division under assignment by Dr. Bonnie Busse and Dr. Rosalyn O’Cherony who worked with Dr. Bruno Galassi, Chair of the Foreign Languages Department. In addition, I had already completed the French Program with Dorette Klein and other faculty there. The months of September, October, November, and December in 1982 took up all the time I had to finish my Bachelor of Arts degree in Education at NEIU and find a teaching job to place me in the working world after five (5) years of undergraduate studies at Northeastern Illinois University. I was pressured to finish school and get a job in the working world away from NEIU.

So I found my first teaching job at Holy Cross High School for Boys managed and owned by the Christian Brothers in River Grove teaching Spanish and French for Elaine, a Hispanic woman from Santo Domingo who was pregnant and wanted maternity leave to have her baby. I started teaching in January 1983, earning a mid-year teaching salary of only $12,000 which was below the standard pay for teachers in 1983, even for Catholic Schools owned by the Christian Brothers. Holy Cross High School expected the teachers to clean up the classrooms and desks after school, in addition to teaching five (5) classes a day with more than one hundred students daily including extra-curricular activities for the Athletic Department inter-scholastic games, soccer outings, Spanish and French Club field trips, Homeroom, Lunch and Hallway Supervision. Elaine wanted to return to her higher salary after maternity leave and the other teachers for Spanish and French were already earning more than the meager salary of $12,000, expecting than the new teacher would do all the work demanded for less. I decided that I had been hired to teach French and Spanish, and not to clean up the students’ desks with gum sticking inside and under the tables at Holy Cross High School managed by the Christian Brothers. I was being paid the lowest salary of $12,000 at Holy Cross High School by the Christian Brothers and the Foreign Languages Department for the Catholic High School which now has become Mother Guerin College Preparatory in River Grove, Illinois USA. Christian Brothers Parochial Schools have been under investigation for abuse, crime, and corruption in the Archdiocese of Chicago.

In the Spring of 1983, I enrolled at the University of Illinois Chicago Circle Campus on Halsted St. by Greektown. “Is Harvard on Halsted?” There were many Harvard University professors teaching at UIC. I was referred to the Department of Communications and Theatre headed by Chairperson Anthony “Tony” Graham-White Ph.D., a British Shakespearean director, actor, and poet who provided recommendation for the Abraham Lincoln Fellowship at the University of Illinois Chicago campus. I was awarded the Lincoln Fellowship for Graduate Studies involving Communications, Rhetoric, Theatre, and Ethnography.

Anthony Graham-White placed me as a Graduate Assistant for Graduate School Communication Survey Research Methodology at the University of Illinois at Chicago Medical Center, Emergency Room working with Elena Yu, Ph.D. Research Associate at the Pacific/Asian American Mental Health Research Center, with joint appointment as Adjunct Associate Professor of Sociology in Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, University of Illinois at Chicago, Anthony Graham-White, Ph.D., Thomas Kochman, Ph.D., Alfred Jones, Ph.D.

In addition, Anthony Graham-White also assigned that I provided community services as the Abraham Lincoln Fellowship Graduate Assistant for the Chinese American Service League in care of Bernie Wong, Director, in Chinatown Chicago, Illinois USA. Upon completion, I received a Certificate of Community Service from Bernie Wong, Director of the Chinese American Service League (CASL) in Chinatown Chicago.

Plus, I had to research, develop, and write the Graduate Thesis about “The Chinese in Cuba: Assimilation and Acculturation” advised by Anthony Graham-White and Tom Kochman who were recommended that I write the ethnography as a graduate thesis project.

The UIC Department of Communications and Theatre also required that I study Voice, Speech, Rhetoric, Theatre, Japanese, Portuguese, Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Ethnography, Anthropology, and other courses as a Graduate Assistant recipient of the Abraham Lincoln Fellowship.

During 1983, 1984, and 1985, I became involved with the cross-cultural history of my Grandmother Gertrudis Salustiana and my Chinese-Cuban relatives. My cousin José Alberto Fong García from Harrison, New Jersey was also involved in the theatre as an actor and manager. When the Broadway musical “Hair” was showcased in Chicago, my cousin José Alberto Fong García was performing as a cast member and manager of the theatre production and he called me to get together downtown. My Father and I invited my Cousin José Alberto to brunch at the Drake Hotel on Michigan Avenue in Chicago. Cousin José Alberto met my Father and I in the Lobby of the Drake Hotel for a special brunch at noon. I have not seen my Cousin José Alberto Fong García from New Jersey who is my Mother’s first nephew and son of her second brother Alberto Fong Ramos and sister-in-law Mirtha, since the early 1980s. My Cousin José Alberto and his brother David used to live in Harrison, New Jersey, USA.

In the early 1980s, I completed my Graduate Thesis as an Ethnography about “The Chinese in Cuba: Assimilation and Acculturation” under advisement by Anthony Graham-White Ph.D. and Thomas Kochman Ph.D. at the University of Illinois Chicago Circle Campus, also known by some as “Harvard on Halsted” for the number of faculty and graduates from Harvard University who share scholarly contributions and academic cooperation.

While I was a Graduate Assistant at the University of Illinois Chicago Circle Campus, I began to write letters in correspondence to Nathan Scott Wittler who was in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Platte based in Norfolk, Virginia. I found his name on the Journal Français d’Amérique.

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Long before Diane Arturi worked at the York Township Community Center, I worked and lived in DuPage County, Illinois as a Lombard resident homeowner. During the 1980s, I drove and commuted to DuPage County when I worked for the DuPage Judicial Center as a legal interpreter and translator for Action Translation Bureau, Carmen Kenny & Associates, Burg Translations, Interlate Systems Inc. managed by Brad White, Rene Hochstader and Jacquie Guiter in Batavia, Aurora, and Elgin, as well as Geneva, St. Charles, DeKalb, etc. In addition, I worked for the Oak Brook Public School District at Brook Forest Elementary School and Butler Middle School across from the Oak Brook Country Club when Beth, Sally, and June worked for the Berlitz Schools of Languages in Illinois USA.

Before the York Township Community Center was set up at 1502 S. Meyers Road at the corner of 16th Street, there used to be a Community Meeting for Retired Federal Employees who met at the same location. So, the York Township Senior Community Center has not always been located at 1502 S. Meyers Road by Montini Catholic High School.

In 1999, my Brother graduated from Benedictine University in Lisle with a Master of Business Administration in DuPage County, Illinois USA. I attended the MBA Graduation at Benedictine University during the Summer of 1999 with my Mother, Brother, and Nathan Scott Wittler in Lisle. Afterwards, we celebrated my Brother’s graduation with a Luncheon which included Sushi and Japanese gourmet cuisine. My Brother had another MBA Graduation and Birthday Party in December 1999, which Nathan S. Wittler and I hosted for his friends at our Lombard home, 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard in District 5, York Township, near St. Pius X Catholic Church in the Village of Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois 60148 USA.


In the year 2013, the National Crime Victims’ Rights Week takes place from Sunday, April 21st through Saturday, April 27th, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crimes in order to inspire our communities to observe the Victims of Crimes Act of 1984 (VOCA).

The Victims of Crime Act of 1984 (VOCA) was an attempt by the federal government to help the victims of criminal actions through means other than punishment of the criminal. It created a federal victims-compensation account funded by fines assessed in federal criminal convictions, and it established provisions to assist state programs that compensated the victims of crimes. The compensation system is still in existence, having distributed over $1 billion in funds since it began.

The statute, codified at 42 U.S.C.A. § 10601, was a direct result of a task force set up by the Justice Department under the auspices of President Ronald Reagan called the President’s Task Force on Victims of Crime, the report issued by the task force in 1982 was harshly critical of existing victims-compensation programs. “In many states, program availability is not advertised for fear of depleting available resources or overtaxing a numerically inadequate staff. Victim claims might have to wait months until sufficient fines have been collected or until a new fiscal year begins and the budgetary fund is replenished,” according to the report.

VOCA established the Crime Victim’s Fund, which is supported by all fines that are collected from persons who have been convicted of offenses against the United States, except for fines that are collected through certain environmental statutes and other fines that are specifically designated for certain accounts, such as the Postal Service Fund. The fund also includes special assessments collected for various federal crimes under 18 USC § 3613, the proceeds of forfeited appearance bonds, bail bonds, and collateral collected, any money ordered to be paid into the fund under section 3671(c)(2) of Title 18; and any gifts, bequests, or donations to the fund from private entities or individuals.

The first $10 million from the fund, plus an added amount depending on how much has been deposited in the fund for that fiscal year, goes to child-abuse prevention and treatment programs. After that, such sums as may be necessary are made available for the U.S. Attorneys’ Offices and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to improve services for the benefit of crime victims in the federal criminal justice system, and for a Victim Notification System.

The Office for Victims of Crimes has chosen this year’s theme to be: “New Challenges. New Solutions.” The mission of the OVC’s strategic initiative is called Vision 21: Transforming Victims Services in the 21st century for the new millennium.

According to Joye E. Frost, the Acting Director for the Office for Victims of Crimes, “in spite of all our progress, victims’ rights laws in all 50 states, the Victims of Crime Act of 1984, the Violence Against Women Act of 1994, and the more than 10,000 victim service agencies throughout the United States of America–there are still enduring and emerging challenges for victims of crimes in America.”

About 50 percent of violent crimes are not reported, and only a fraction of victims receive the help they need. There are still ongoing investigations to know and find out more about these victims, how to help them in the best way, and how the victims’ services can be targeted to reach every victim. While adapting to funding cuts, globalization, changing demographics, new types of violent crimes, and the changes (both good and bad) brought by technology. These 21st century new challenges call for bold, new solutions.

The promise and commitment of our Vision 21, will pave the way to the ongoing work with victims during the 2013 National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, in order to transform victims’ services in the 21st century–Office for Victims of Crime, Joye E. Frost, Acting Director

Photo 1: Child Sex Abuse

Photo 2: Elder Fraud

Photo 3: Human Trafficking For Sex


On the day Roberto Hung was abused and throttled by Respiratory Therapist Ben Aguilar at Vencor Northlake Hospital, June 18, 1998, I called St. John Bosco Church at Northlake to see what happened to my Father as a patient. Afterwards, I drove back to Brust Funeral Home on Main Street in Lombard to arrange for the Autopsy by Shaku Teas M.D., forensic pathologist contracted by John Brust in Lombard, Illinois.

Brust Funeral Home’s manager J. Foreman began to plan Roberto Hung’s Visitation and Funeral Mass at St. Pius X Catholic Church on June 25, 1998–one week after Respiratory Therapist Ben Aguilar had murdered the patient Roberto Hung by shattering the tracheostomy and puncturing his heart early in the morning, around 7:00 a.m. at Vencor Northlake Hospital.

When I returned back to our Lombard home in District 5, I called St. Pius X Catholic Church, one block away to talk to Sister Pauline Schultz, the Franciscan nun who arranges the Funeral Mass for the parishioners in the Diocese of Joliet, Illinois USA. Soprano Jean Ceithaml sang the Ave Maria. The funeral flower arrangements were ordered from Blossoms and left at St. Pius X. In addition, I paid in cash $500 by check to St. Pius X for the Funeral Mass Services on June 25, 2012.

On Roberto Hung’s Funeral Day, very few people from the Village of Lombard attended. No one from the Lombard Town Hall nor the Lombard Police or Fire Department sent any sympathy cards or donations nor any monetary contributions for me or my family as Lombard resident homeowners in bereavement and loss of a family member. None from DuPage County government mailed any sympathy card either for Roberto Hung’s funeral day at St. Pius X Catholic Church in the Village of Lombard, after the Lombard resident homeowner and taxpayer spent all of his Illinois retirement income and funds in DuPage County, York Township, District 5.

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RE: Constitutional Rights for Gardenia C. Hung under the State of Illinois Constitution and Bill of Rights, as a Lombard resident homeowner and U.S. citizen, under the Constitution of the United States of America, the Bill of Rights, and the First Amendment. I have been petitioning to be compensated for private property taken for public use by the Village of Lombard Police Department and others in Du Page County, Illinois. Request for Emergency Assistance for Victim of Disaster in the Village of Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois USA

My name is Gardenia C. Hung, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Roberto Hung. I am a Lombard resident homeowner and U.S. citizen in Du Page County, Illinois. This is a letter Request for Remembrance of my late father, Mr. Roberto Hung, on the 10th Anniversary of his Memorial, last June 25, 2008 by his eldest daughter Gardenia C. Hung, M.A. and Family for the Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung Supplemental Care Trust in the Village of Lombard, Du Page County, Illinois—502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road, Lombard, Illinois 60148-3028, USA I am petitioning to uphold my constitutional rights under the State of Illinois Constitution and Bill of Rights, as a Lombard resident homeowner and U.S. citizen, under the Constitution of the United States of America, the Bill of Rights, and the First Amendment. I have been petitioning to be compensated for private property taken for public use by the Village of Lombard Police Department and others in Du Page County, Illinois. I am a Victim of Crime and Disaster as Lombard resident homeowner, taxpayer, and U.S. citizen at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road in Du Page County.

Water Damages and Losses are Estimated in Excess of $288,330US for Lombard Disaster Restoration at the Historic Brick Bungalow in the State of Illinois, DuPage County, Real Estate Parcel No. 06-09-315-038, 502 S. Westmore Avenue, for Disaster for Bursting Plumbing Pipes Caused by Ungauged and Excessive Pressure in the Village of Lombard, Water Department and Public Works, and Criminal Roofing Water Damages, Unauthorized Trespassing, Access Entries by Unknown Users allowed by the Village of Lombard at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road, Lombard, Illinois 60148-3028, USA, during 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008.‏

FOR THE RECORD, MR. ROBERTO HUNG, NEVER RECEIVED THE SENIOR CITIZENS HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION FROM THE DUPAGE COUNTY REAL ESTATE ASSESSOR AND YORK TOWNSHIP, EVEN THOUGH HE PAID IN FULL FOR THE PURCHASE OF THE LOMBARD HISTORIC BRICK BUNGALOW BUILT IN 1927.
SENIOR CITIZENS HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION FOR THE LATE MR. ROBERTO HUNG HAS NOT BEEN APPLIED TO THIS LOMBARD REAL ESTATE PROPERTY, under the Roberto Hung Supplemental Health Care Trust, and while Roberto Hung was disabled, homebound, and under medical care of Dr. Thomas Cornwell, Edward Memorial Hospital in Naperville, and at Vencor Northlake Hospital, in Illinois, USA. The DuPage County Real Estate Tax Statement is currently $4,450.00US for 2007 Tax, in care of Gwen Henry, CPA, DuPage County Tax Collector, by October 31, 2008, at the Bill Payment Center, P.O. Box 4203, Carol Stream, Illinois 60197-4203, Tel. 630-407-5900, http://www.dupageco.org/treasurer
THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE HAS NOT REFUNDED GARDENIA C. HUNG AS A LOMBARD RESIDENT HOMEOWNER AND U.S. CITIZEN FOR DISASTER, CASUALTIES AND THEFTS CAUSED BY THE VILLAGE OF LOMBARD POLICE DEPARTMENT, MUNICIPAL SERVICE OPERATIVES, AND OTHER ACCOMPLICES IN THE COMMUNITY-AT-LARGE, DU PAGE COUNTY, ILLINOIS, USA.—IRS OWES A TAX REFUND TO GARDENIA C. HUNG UNDER DISASTER CASUALTIES AND THEFTS.
• Lombard Victim of Crime, Gardenia C. Hung Requests Financial Assistance and Intervention to Repair Disaster Roofing Damages and Lombard Plumbing Failure Caused by the Village of Lombard and the community
• The Village of Lombard Water Service Department has a water bill for $118.00US being used by the Building Permits Departments to deny a building permit purchase by the Zees Group Disaster Restoration Services, in care of Mr. Zee Kawa, contractor. Since 2004, 2005, when the Lombard plumbing pipes burst under ungauged and excessive water pressure released, there is No Water or Sewage Service at 502 S. Westmore Avenue—the Village of Lombard has already installed new PSI valves to monitor water pressure for Lombard water mains.
• The following Illinois Banks are denying financial assistance for a Home Equity Loan:
– First Bank, 560 Anglum Road, Hazelwood, Missouri 63042, 800/242-3455
– First American Bank, 1660 Louis Avenue, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
– Bank of America, 201 North Tryon Street, Charlotte, NC 28255-0001
– Fifth Third Bank, 161 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60601
– Associated Bank, 1305 Main Street, Stevens Point, WI 54481
– Zees Group Home Equity Loan Financial for Disaster Restoration
On September 2nd, 1993, Mr. Roberto Hung 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.

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, 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 as a tax credit.

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) rooms 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. The real estate closing documents for purchase were prepared by Attorney Dean G. Galanopoulos and Robert G. Galgan, Jr. Atty. No.1948, at 340 West Butterfield Road, Elmhurst, Illinois 60126.

The First State Bank of Maple Park mailed a letter on November 10, 1995 to Mr. Roberto Hung, which notified the Lombard homeowner that the bank was transferring the servicing of the Loan Mortgage to the Dime Savings Bank of New York, FSB, P.O. Box 985, Newark, New Jersey 07101-0985. Customer Service Park, 231 East Avenue, Suite 200, Tel. 1-800-222-0912. Robert Hung was informed that the mortgage rates would increase as a balloon mortgage for the Dime Savings Bank of New York. Since Robert Hung did not want to incur additional mortgage interest rates, He Decided To Pay in Full Cash for the remainder balance of the Lombard Real Estate Property for P.I.N. 06-09-315-038, Lot 2 in George P. Hornbeck’s Resubdivision of Part of the West one-half of the South West one-fourth of Section 9, Township 39 North, Range 11, East of the Third Meridian, According to the Plat thereof recorded on February 19, 1980 as Document No. R80-10413, in Du Page County, Illinois.

On September 2nd, 1996, Mr. Roberto Hung completed full cash payment of the Lombard Brick Home at First State Bank of Maple, located at 1100 County Line Road, Maple Park, Illinois 60151, in care of Joy S. Reynolds, Tel. (815) 827-4000, Fax. (815) 827-3207, Toll Free No. 1-800-449-2700, while Bruce Madden was president of the First State Bank, and 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

I, Gardenia C. Hung, hereby petition to uphold my constitutional rights under the State of Illinois Constitution and Bill of Rights, as a Lombard resident homeowner and U.S. citizen, under the Constitution of the United States of America, the Bill of Rights, and the First Amendment. I have been petitioning to be compensated for private property taken for public use by the Village of Lombard Police Department and others in Du Page County, Illinois. I am a Victim of Crime and Disaster as Lombard resident homeowner, taxpayer, and U.S. citizen at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road in Du Page County, Illinois, in the United States of America.

I am experiencing hardship for lack of financing to pay for food, expenses, damages, and losses. Now that Autumn is coming, Winter will soon be causing problems due to the water damages and losses at the house in Lombard, Du Page County, Illinois. As a Victim of Crime and Disaster, I am requesting Emergency Assistance due to water flooding, damages, and losses at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road, in the Village of Lombard, Du Page County, Illinois, USA.
Thank you for your support.
Sincerely,
Gardenia C. Hung, M.A., B.A.
Executor Trustee for the Estate of Roberto Hung Supplemental Health Care Trust
Lombard resident homeowner, taxpayer, U.S. citizen

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