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In the year 2001, after Robert S. Hung left the Village of Lombard, sold his home on Harrison Street in DuPage County, and moved to Lakeview near Wrigley Baseball Field with his Mother Gardenia Fong Ramos, they settled on Newport Street, two blocks from Clark Street, while he was dating “Jaime”, also known as James “Jim” Wilbrot, from Oak Park, Cook County,Illinois. Fifteen (15) years have passed since he travelled with Jim Wilbrot to Flushing Meadow in Queens, New York for the U.S. Open Tennis Tournament. Upon his return, Robert S. Hung lost his regular full-time employment… Then he had a Vasectomy in exchange for $5,000US, and resumed his LGBT lifestyle near Boys’ Town Chicago renouncing to a standard family life with children or any prospects of having any offsprings. “Whatever happened to the Hispanic girlfriend he had before?”–everyone wonders why he never mentions her name. His Mother, Gardenia Fong Ramos is always trying to cover up all his escapades, especially since she is part of his dysfunctional psychiatric plots during his 40s and 50s.

Now in the year 2016, for the Chinese Lunar Year of the Monkey, 4714 Anno Domini, Robert S. Hung is not quite done ruining other people’s lives, disgracing his murdered Father Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor, stealing from his oldest sister, and humiliating his own Mother Gardenia Fong Ramos, in favor of his youngest Aunt Xiomara Fong Ramos in Cuba, who is the intended focus of all his U.S. financial support and the object of his feigned affection, while the latter is repairing and remodeling her old Cuban home in Santiago de Cuba. He wants Xiomara Fong Ramos to keep the secret of his actions and not tell anyone…just between the two of them…by telephone calls and agreement of complicity.

Robert S. Hung is not paying his oldest sister any money for whatever he has been stealing from her own personal and professional
belongings, office equipment, JVC Digital Videos footage taken by John Croft with his Mother Gardenia Fong Ramos, her girlfriends in crime and complicity taking over the Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor and any and all the proceeds of their Lombard Scam under the pretense that she died on January 12, 2006… However, his Mother is not really dead, she remains in the background taking over her Daughter’s identity and role as the Executive Trustee for the Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor, without including her daughter nor speaking to her about her undercover actions…after midnight…while working with accomplices such as John Croft, and others who have abused her own Daughter and also the late Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor who was physically injured by acute traumatic brain aneurysm at home on December 21, 1996.

Since Robert S. Hung has been under psychiatric care by Dr. Michael J. Reinstein. M.D. and Dr. Sephali Patel, M.D., from the Norwegian American Hospital on Francisco Street and California Avenue by Humboldt Park on the West side, he never, ever does anything properly done by U.S. civil standard procedure. Instead, Robert S. Hung only calls his youngest Aunt Xiomara Fong Ramos, her Son Pedrito Zayas, and the Uncle Pedro Zayas. The secret is that Robert S. Hung is only sending them U.S. money in higher amounts per month, food via Canada, as well as gifts from the online service called Violeta.

During February 2016, Robert S. Hung is trying to recover from the filthy household and personal belongings which Jim Wilbrot and his Asian cohorts stored somewhere, unbeknownst to others.

Robert S. Hung does not even want to help his own eldest sister who was asked to find him in the Edgewater neighborhood where he lived near Granville Avenue and Kenmore Street near Glenlake St., in the Fall of 2010.

Three (3) years have passed since Robert S. Hung moved to the historic Bryn Mawr District near the 48th Democratic Ward. Now his Asian cohorts are no longer supporting his dysfunctional lifestyle and disability following a violent work-related traumatic head injury caused by a Negro office supervisor near Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Downtown in Chicago.

On April 1st, 2013, Robert S. Hung started stealing for his eldest sister to give his Asian accomplices with John Croft and his Mother Gardenia Fong Ramos, the Daughter’s personal belongings, her Grandmother’s Green Shawl, her Business Dayrunner Agenda book, her Kitchen Utensils, and Business Equipment for Communications, Languages & Culture, Inc.

Robert S. Hung has been begrudgingly eating Yoplait yogurts from Jewel-Osco and squandering money on gilded ceramic elephants from Tan’s Bookstore on Argyle Street near the Red Line Train in Uptown Chicago.

To date, neither Robert S. Hung, John Croft nor his Mother Gardenia Fong Ramos or the Asian accomplices or the girlfriends have assisted nor paid the Daughter of Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor for disgracing them, humiliating, and destroying their personal family lives in Illinois, USA. They do not even talk to the Daughter of Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor nor include her in these proceedings, without her consent and authorization as an Illinois Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes in the United States of America.

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Roberto Hung’s Labor Day Celebration On September 2, 1993 Paid Debra Sekrecki $2,800 In Lombard Real Estate Property Taxes For Du Page County, Illinois USA

Source: Short Story: Roberto Hung’s Labor Day Celebration On September 2, 1993 Paid Debra Sekrecki $2,800 In Lombard Real Estate Property Taxes For Du Page County by Gardenia c. Hung on ScribeSlice

The Village of Lombard set up Roberto Hung’s Labor Day Celebration on September 2, 1993 by making him pay Debra Sekrecki’s $2,800 in Lombard real estate property taxes in 1993 for Du Page County Due On September 2nd for the Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow built in 1927 at the corner of 502 South Westmore Avenue and Washington Boulevard in District 5, near Saint Pius X Catholic Church Parish, in York Township, Du Page County, Illinois USA.

Twenty-two years ago, Mr. Roberto Hung was a Chicago, Illinois resident and U.S. citizen who lived and rented from Mrs. A.C. Nylen on the Northwest side of Chicago, in the Avondale neighborhood.  The Nylens owned Chicago Real Estate property in Illinois and also invested in Wisconsin Real Estate, as well as other U.S. holdings.

After his birthday on June 7, 1993, when Mr. Roberto Hung became 62 years old, his youngest son and wife encouraged him to buy Lombard real estate property in Lilac Town with his oldest daughter and son-in-law who would help him pay for the historic Lombard brick bungalow at 502 South Westmore Avenue and Washington Boulevard one block north from St. Pius X Church and School Parish and three blocks from the Illinois Secretary of State Motor Vehicles Facility at Eastgate Shopping Center.  The Westmore Elementary School is only one block north on School Street.  The Deicke Home for the Retarded is three blocks away from the same location.

On September 2, 1993, Twenty-two (22) years ago, my Father, Mr. Roberto Hung, decided to purchase a Lombard home at the corner of 502 South Westmore Avenue and Washington Boulevard, in York Township, District 5, owned by Debra Sekrecki with her two children, a boy named Steven Sekrecki and a daughter, as well as  a female tenant called Stella who lived on the second floor, in-law apartment, her boyfriend, and her father Adam Sekrecki.  Debra Sekrecki owed Lombard real estate taxes in Du Page County, Mr. Roberto Hung offered to pay the remaining Lombard real estate property taxes for Debra Sekrecki and her father Adam Sekrecki.  At the age of 62 years of age, my Father, Mr. Roberto Hung was persuaded by his youngest son Roberto S. Hung and his ex-wife Mrs. Gardenia Fong Ramos, to purchase a Lombard home in September 1993.

Since Debra Sekrecki and her father Adam Sekrecki owed $2,800 in Lombard real estate property taxes in 1993, Mr. Roberto Hung had to pay Du Page County for the Lombard Brick Bungalow real estate taxes in York Township on September 2, 1993.  In addition, Mr. Roberto Hung also paid in cash $89,000, half of the down payment as deposit for the Lombard real estate property at 502 South Westmore Avenue and Washington Boulevard in District 5, York Township, Du Page County, Illinois 60148-3028 USA.  On September 2, 1993, Mr. Roberto Hung, his eldest daughter, and son-in-law began payment of Lombard real estate property mortgage to own the historic brick bungalow, while the three of them were working full-time, part-time, and on weekends.

Mr. Roberto Hung, his eldest daughter, and son-in-law started looking for Lombard real estate property to purchase during the summer in Du Page County, Illinois USA.  Finally, Mr. Roberto Hung found a Lombard Brick Bungalow at 502 South Westmore Avenue and Washington Boulevard with the help of Baird & Warner Realtor Paulette Weininger and Century 21 Realtor Dino Lekousis from the Lombard Pines Shopping Center on Main Street, across from the J.W. Reedy Realty office.  The Lombard historic brick bungalow was built in 1927 and was owned by Debra Sekrecki and her father Adam Sekrecki, who lived there with two children, and a senior citizen named Stella who resided on the second floor in-law apartment.  Mr. Roberto Hung, his eldest daughter, and son-in-law purchased the Lombard historic brick bungalow and have lived in the Village of Lombard, Lilac Town, as Illinois resident homeowner in District 5, York Township, Du Page County, Illinois USA.

Three (3) years later on September 2, 1996, Mr. Roberto Hung and his eldest daughter completed full cash payment of the same Lombard real estate property at 502 S. Westmore Avenue at the Maple Park State Bank in Kane County, Illinois USA.  The eldest daughter was a witness to the full cash payment for the Lombard real estate property in Du Page County, Illinois USA.

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[4], 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.

Former Grantors:

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

Debra Sekrecki,

Roberto Hung, 9/2/1996

Gardenia C. Hung/Robert S. Hung, 1998-2013

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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.”[5]  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”.[6]

     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

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[1] 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.

 [2] 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.

[3] 1996 Lombard Community Directory.  “Lombard:  The Lilac Village ” by Jean Van Rensselar, page 2.

[4] 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.

[5] 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.

[6] Ibid., page 196.

[7] Ibid., page 190-191.

[8] Lombard Spectator.  “ Lombard :  Meyers to be tied up with water main work”, page 10.  Press Publications, Friday, August 29, 2008 LVP.

[9] 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.

[10] 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.

 


In September I was a freshman college student at Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU) starting the Fall semester of the year 1977. My Father, Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor wanted me to attend NEIU because he worked at Felt-Products Inc. nearby at McCormick Boulevard and Touhy in Skokie, Illinois. The Felt-Pro Corporation included the college children of employees in the Mecklenburger Scholarship benefits.

According to Crain’s Chicago Business, Felt Products was originally a parts supplier for the Ford Model T, Felt Products Manufacturing Co. was founded on the North Side in 1918 by Hugo Herz and his son-in-law Albert Mecklenburger. Later renamed Fel-Pro, the company remained family-owned until it was sold in 1998 to Federal-Mogul Corp. of Southfield, Mich., which subsequently went into bankruptcy reorganization. (All three families who ran Fel-Pro at the time of the Federal-Mogul deal are descended by blood or by marriage from Mr. Herz.)

Fel-Pro, which had 2,700 employees and 11 plants making gaskets for internal combustion engines, sold for $720 million.

Softer side: Fel-Pro regularly headed lists of companies offering generous employee benefits. There were fitness and day care centers at the Skokie plant, as well as a children’s summer camp and recreation area spanning 250 acres near Cary. Fel-Pro paid for tutors for employees’ children and sponsored scholarships. There were company-paid lawyers and psychologists on site to counsel employees, and even an artist-in-residence program.

The company contended the extras weren’t expensive. “At Fel-Pro, 93 cents of every benefit dollar went to standard things like pensions and profit-sharing and health care and vacation. That’s what automakers are struggling to fund today,” says Ken Lehman.

“All the other things cost just 7 cents out of every benefit dollar.” Even so, many of the old perks have been dismantled since the sale”.

Nowadays: Kenneth Lehman is managing partner of a family investment concern, KKP Group LLC in Evanston, and is on the board of the family’s charitable organization, the New Prospect Foundation, which has assets of about $20 million. He is also chairman of Winning Workplaces, a non-profit that consults on workplace issues. He’s on the boards of both Care USA, an international relief organization, and Public Radio International. Public station WBEZ-FM in Chicago named its studios the Lehman Family Public Radio Center.

David Weinberg promotes charter schools in Chicago. Paul Lehman heads Austin Lehman Adventures, which sponsors off-the-beaten-path vacations.

Dennis Kessler is a principal in Family Business Innovations, which assists private firms with succession planning, and Kessler Management Consulting LLC, both in Northbrook, Illinois.

My Father, Mr. Roberto Hung was a full-time employee at the Felt-Products Corporation until 1996, for twenty-two (22) years in Skokie, Illinois USA.

I was referred to the NEIU Financial Aid Department for Work Study as an Assistant Student Aide for the Veterans Administration GI Scholarship managed by Mrs. Annette Cohn, Shirley Levin.

In addition, I was to help the Computer Analyst Marie Liszewski Ruiz with NEIU Student Financial Aid Reports, provide student aide support to Marilyn Kuhn, and also assist Angie Pappas at the Reception Desk, Kathy Crane, George A. West and Frank Solano, David Hefland at the Career Counseling Center and other Civil Service staff who worked at Northeastern Illinois University, 5500 N. St. Louis, B Wing, Chicago, Illinois 60625 USA.




Gardenia C. Hung-Wittler’s Volunteer Experience & Causes

Volunteer Community Experience

Graduate School Communication and Theatre Department

University of Illinois at Chicago

Health

March 1983 – October 1985 (2 years 8 months)

Abraham Lincoln Fellowship Graduate Assistant for the Chinese American Service League in care of Bernie Wong, Director, in Chinatown Chicago, Illinois USA.

Graduate Research Associate at the Pacific/Asian American Mental Health Research Center working with Elena Yu, Ph.D. Adjunct Associate Professor of Sociology in Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, University of Illinois at Chicago

University of Illinois at Chicago

Health

March 1984 – October 1985 (1 year 8 months)

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. less

Catholic Parishioner Community Volunteer

St. Pius X Catholic Church and School in Lombard, Illinois

Social Services

January 2005 – present (7 years 9 months)

Lombard resident homeowner, Catholic Parishioner Community Volunteer for the Adult Choir, Catholic Women Association in the Diocese of Joliet, Community Focus Groups, Cooking Chili for the Chili Night Contest, Christmas Craft Show, Holiday Decoration, Prayer Chapel, and other community parish events.

Friends of the Court Advocacy Community Visitor

Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Court in DuPage County, Illinois USA

Social Services

May 2001 – present (11 years 5 months)

Paying for automobile gas transportation, telephone calls and usage, mailing out-of-pocket expenses, worked with Judge Robert Emmet Byrne, Judge Mehling as a Friend of the Court Advocate Lombard resident homeowner and community visitor to Lexington Nursing Home in Lombard and Elmhurst, the Deicke Home for the Retarded in Lombard, Ray Graham Iona Glos in Addison, Elderly Seniors in Elmhurst, Marklund Children’s Home for the Retarded in Bloomingdale, etc. less

Lombard Resident Homeowner Community Assistance

Lombard Service League

Social Services

January 2002 – present (10 years 9 months)

Paying member of the Lombard Service League for which I incurred out-of-pocket expenses in the amount of $80.00 dollars or more for newsletter color printing for Barbara Madigan, Gloria Fretters, Sonny Egan, and other members of the Lombard Service League.

Editor of the Newsletter for the Friends of the Helen M. Plum Library, Patron Donor to the Community

Friends of the Helen M. Plum Memorial Library

Social Services

January 2002 – present (10 years 9 months)

Community Coordinator for the Twelve Wreaths of Christmas at the Helen M. Plum Memorial Library. Editor for the monthly newsletter published by the Friends of the Helen M. Plum Library. Patron Donor of Resources to the Helen M. Plum Memorial Library. Community assistant during the Book Sale and other events.

Lombard Resident Homeowner Paying Member

Lombard Garden Club in DuPage County, Illinois

Environment

September 1993 – present (19 years 1 month)

Paying member of the Lombard Garden Club. Community gardening assistant at the Lombard Historical Society, Annual Lilac Sale at Lilacia Park. Presented Garden Travelogue to the Butchart Gardens in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Active community participant and gardener at the Lombard Garden Club. Lombard gardener at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard in the Village of Lombard, District 5, York Township, DuPage County, Illinois 60148-3028 USA. less

Graduate Research Associate for Anthony Graham-White, Ph.D.

University of Illinois at Chicago Graduate School Communication & Theatre Department

Education

March 1983 – December 1985 (2 years 10 months)

Graduate Research Associate at UIC Communication & Theatre Department Anthony Graham-White, Ph.D., Thomas Kochman, Ph.D., Alfred Jones, Ph.D., Rhetoric Department for the Abraham Lincoln Fellowship

French Liaison Assistant for Professor Dorette Klein,

Northeastern Illinois University Languages Division Bruno Galassi, Ph.D.

Education

September 1977 – December 1982 (5 years 4 months)

Advanced Placement French Language liaison for Professor Dorette Klein, Advisor for the French Club, the French Honor Society, French-Canadian cultural travel, performances, International Food Festival at NEIU, French Club President, French Club Vice-President; helped Professor Dorette Klein while she was pregnant with her daughters Ilana and Michelle Klein during French-speaking activities, events, travel, receptions, concert performances, French food demonstrations, restaurant outings, French field trips, etc. coordinating and making arrangements as event planner and coordinator, sponsor, organizer. less

Early Education Assistant in Spanish, French Cultural Activities at the LaSalle Language Academy Magnet School, Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois

LaSalle Language Academy for Professor Himilse Badell, Ph.D.

Education

September 1981 – December 1982 (1 year 4 months)

Early Education Assistant for Professor Himilse Badell, Ph.D. at LaSalle Language Academy Magnet School providing cultural classroom support for Bilingual Education in Spanish, English, French singing songs, playing children’s games, early child education activities, events, celebrations, bulletin boards, etc. during teacher training for Northeastern Illinois University student teaching program.

Assistant French/Spanish Teacher for Dr. Manuel Verdugo, Ph.D., Margaret Dolan and Maureen Breen

Lincoln Park High School and Middle School, Chicago, Illinois

Education

September 1981 – December 1982 (1 year 4 months)

NEIU Assistant Teacher Training with Rosalyn O’Cherony, Ph.D., Bonnie Busse, Ph.D. assigned to Lincoln Park High School and Middle School to assist Dr. Manuel Verdugo, Ph.D. in Spanish, Margaret Dolan and Maureen Breen during French and Spanish cultural activities, communication exercises, language-acquisition practices, field trips, events, role-plays, French skits, etc.

Community Volunteer

Chicago Humanities Festival

Arts and Culture

September 2003 – present (9 years 1 month)

Arts and Culture sponsor and hostess community volunteer for the Chicago Humanities Festival at the Alliance Française, the Newberry Library, the Harold Washington Public Library, the Chicago Cultural Center, and other venues.

Adjunct Faculty Committee Member

College of DuPage European Heritage Committee

Education

September 1999 – December 2001 (2 years 4 months)

College of DuPage European Heritage Committee Member working with Professor Ann Cotton, Rob Streit, and others during college events in the community.

Adjunct Faculty Committee Member

College of DuPage Latin American Committee

Education

September 1998 – December 2000 (2 years 4 months)

College of DuPage Latin American Committee working with Zinta Conrad and other colleagues to organize and support the Latin American Committee for college cultural events in Glen Ellyn, DuPage County, Illinois USA.

Active Member

Chicago Area Interpreters and Translators Association

Social Services

January 1994 – present (18 years 9 months)

Active member volunteer working with the CHICATA Newsletter editor Alicia Marshall, President John Bukacek, Janice Becker, and other colleagues during CHICATA conferences, seminars, workshops for interpreters, TIP Lab with Yrma Villareal, and other CHICATA members.

Active Translator and Intepreter Member in CHICATA, American Translators Association

Federation of International Translators

Social Services

January 1994 – present (18 years 9 months)

Active Translator and Intepreter member in CHICATA, American Translators Association who developed conference presentations as a speaker and presenter for the Federation of International Translators.

Adjunct Faculty, Active Member Teacher in French and Spanish

Illinois Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages

Education

September 1978 – present (34 years 1 month)

I became an active member of the Illinois Council on the Teaching Foreign Languages with Professor Rosalyn O’Cherony who was faculty at Northeastern Illinois University. I continued paying full membership fees and participated as a presenter volunteer during conferences at the Illinois Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages in the Chicagoland area, at the College of DuPage with Flora Breidenbach and her husband in Glen Ellyn and Itasca, Illinois USA. less

Active Member and Volunteer

NEIU Spanish Club and National Spanish Honor Society

Education

September 1977 – present (35 years 1 month)

Active member and participating volunteer for the Spanish Club and National Honor Society with Professor Angelina Pedroso, Ph.D., Rosalyn O’Cherony, Ph.D., Bruno Galassi, Ph.D., Manuel Rodriguez, Ph.D., Flora Llacuna who was the receptionist for the Foreign Language Division at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago.

Volunteer Dance Event Assistant

Ensemble Español Dance Theatre with Dame Libby Komaiko Professor Emerita at Northeastern Illinois University

Arts and Culture

September 1977 – December 1990 (13 years 4 months)

Volunteered to assist the Ensemble Español Dance Theatre with Dame Libby Komaiko Fleming during the events, receptions, promotions, visuals, hosting reception, participation in Master Flamenco Dance Workshop and other dance courses taught by Dame Libby Komaiko Fleming at Northeastern Illinois University.

Contributor and Volunteer

Friends of the Parks

Environment

January 2005 – present (7 years 9 months)

Friends of the Park environmental activities, outdoor, attended programs, activities, events, volunteered for the Friends of the Parks.

Community CPR/AED First Responder for Family and Friends

American Red Cross CPR/AED First Responder

Health

September 1998 – present (14 years 1 month)

American Red Cross First Responder for CPR/AED for Community, Family, and Friends

Certified at the College of DuPage

Alexian Brothers Medical Center

Villa Park Fire Department CPR/AED For Family and Friends

DuPage County Health Department CPR/AED Basic Chain of Survival

Environmental Committee Member

Village of Lombard

Environment

September 1999 – present (13 years 1 month)

Environmental Committee Member, Lombard resident homeowner volunteer who assisted with the Yorktown Recycling Extravaganza organized by Winnie Lyons, Greg Gron, Marvin Schulgen, and other committee members.

Community Public Relations Media Communications Workshop

Village of Lombard

Social Services

September 1999 – present (13 years 1 month)

Community Lombard resident homeowner and member of the Community Public Relations Media Communications network promoted by Joelyn Kott, Communications Department.

Lombard Resident Homeowner Community Volunteer

Lombard Historical Society

Arts and Culture

May 2003 – present (9 years 5 months)

Community resident homeowner volunteer, history researcher, writer, photographer for the Lombard Historical Society and the Sheldon Peck Homestead after I met Joel Van Haften, Tom Fretter, Gloria Fretter, and other Friends of the Lombard Historical Society.

Translator from English into Spanish for the Theosophical Society in America Web Page

Theosophical Society in America, Wheaton, Illinois USA

Social Services

June 2003 – December 2003 (7 months)

Theosophical Society in America National Lodge Member and Translator Volunteering with David at the Marketing Department, Betty and David, TSA Staff, to translate from English into Spanish and from Spanish into English correspondance from Latin America, TSA National Lodge Web Page Content, etc. at the Wheaton Headquarters for the Theosophical Society in America National Lodge in Illinois, USA.

Medical Network Research Assistant for José Poquet, Director in Chicago, Illinois USA

GESA Assistance, Groupe Européen S.A., Premier Assistance Chicago

Health

September 1982 – December 1985 (3 years 4 months)

Researched Medical Network for Dispatcher Emergency Assistance for GESA Assistance in Chicago, Illinois, Groupe Européen S.A., Premier Assistance medical travel insurance while José Poquet was Director for North America, Central America, South America, the Caribbean, etc. During December, travelled with José Poquet to Washington, D.C. and the Library of Congress for additional resources and information about Medical Networks in the USA, Stayed at the Ritz-Carlon Hotel in Washington, D.C. during research. Visited Manhattan, New York for Blue Cross Blue Shield travel insurance contract arrangement. less

Volunteer for Lilac Time Lombard Parade Float with the Friends of the Helen M. Plum Memorial Library

Lilac Time in Lombard Friends of the Helen M. Plum Memorial Library

May 2002 – May 2002 (1 month)

Volunteered for the Lilac Time Lombard Parade Float Ride with the Friends of the Helen M. Plum Memorial Library, Gerry Long, Barbara Wagner, Barbara Madigan, Bob Harris, Carol Mangaracina and other members of the committee board at Plum Library in the Village of Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois USA.

Community Volunteer

Parkview Community Church, Glen Ellyn, Illinois

Social Services

November 2008 – November 2009 (1 year 1 month)

Community Volunteer at the Parkview Community Church on St. Charles Road in Glen Ellyn, on Sundays and during Thanksgiving Community Dinners, helping Rev. Ray Kollbocker, Bible Pastor Mike McDuffy, Betty, David, etc.

Community Volunteer

Church of Christ on Villa Avenue, Addison, Illinois

Social Services

November 2008 – November 2010 (2 years 1 month)

Community Volunteer at the Church of Christ on Villa Avenue in Addison, Illinois on Sundays before and after Church Services for Luncheon, Cash Contributions, Food Pantry Donations, Gifts, Funerals, Farewell, etc. to Rev. Larry and Mrs. Peggy Cox, Mr. Ken Handy and Mrs. Rosave Handy Pickerill & Family, Henry W. Hochstatter, Rev. Logan Summers, June Dial, Rudy and Lisa Klosterman, Eliot and Pam, Eldridge, Larry and Linda Sharp, etc. less

Community Volunteer, Disciples Pantry Services

Community Church of Villa Park, Illinois

Social Services

December 2008 – November 2009 (1 year)

Community Volunteer at the Community Church of Villa Park in Illinois with Rev. Kerry Waller, at the Disciples Pantry with Chuck, Joan, and others. Helping during Community Church Events, Gatherings, Luncheon, Dinner, etc.

Community Outreach Volunteer Homeowner by the Deicke Home for the Retarded

Deicke Home for the Retarded, 1001 Division St., Lombard, Illinois USA

Social Services

June 2001 – November 2010 (9 years 6 months)

Community Outreach Volunteer Lombard Homeowner Resident at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road & Washington Boulevard, three (3) blocks from the Deicke Home for the Retarded at 1001 Division St. and Westmore-Meyers Road. I have been a Community Outreach Volunteer for the Friends of the DuPage County Courts, 18th Judicial Circuit Court Circuit, while Peter Fantuzzi and Darlene Cox have been employed at the Deicke Home for the Retarded. Also while Bruce Thompson and Crystal have been full-time staff with Linda Hollenstein, Darlene Cox and Joyce with Nancy who attended the Spirit of Chicago Cruise on Lake Michigan, Felicia, Janice, and other staff who were working there and residing with the Retarded at the Deicke Home in the Village of Lombard, near St. Pius X Catholic Church. I have also visited the Deicke Home for Sunday Communion Services at 7:00 p.m. with Cecilia Acosta from St. Pius X Catholic Church Parish Community while Rev. Herb Essig and Father Tom Corbino have priests at St. Pius X Catholic Church in the Diocese of Joliet, Illinois USA. less

Volunteer

Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital High Hopes Traumatic Brain Injury Support Group

Health

November 2008 – December 2010 (2 years 2 months)

When one of the founders of the High Hopes Traumatic Brain Injury Support Group, Henry W. Hochstatter, invited me to Marianjoy Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare to meet Dr. Nancy Devereux, M.D., I was glad to volunteer and mentioned that Dr. Ken Oken, M.D., had treated my father Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor for rehabilitation and home care after my father suffered from a severe traumatic brain injury and aneurysm as a Lombard resident homeowner on December 22, 1996. less

Community Court Advocate

Community Court Advocacy with Judge O’Malley, District 3, Chicago, Illinois

Civil Rights and Social Action

January 2003 – January 2004 (1 year 1 month)

Community Court Advocacy with Judge O’Malley, District 3, Belmont Avenue and Western Avenue, Chicago, Illinois USA

Chicago Humanities Festival Volunteer

Chicago Humanities Festival

Arts and Culture

September 2002 – September 2005 (3 years 1 month)

Chicago Humanities Festival Volunteer for the Alliance Française, the Harold Washington Public Library, Newberry Library, and other community locations for the Chicago Humanities Festival in Illinois USA.

Volunteer To Take Patients To The Doctor’s Appointment

DuPage PADS in Wheaton, West Chicago, Bloomingdale, Alexian Brothers Medical Center

Health

November 2008 – December 2009 (1 year 2 months)

Volunteer Driving DuPage PADS Patients To The Doctor’s Appointment with Henry W. Hochstatter in his Toyota SR5 SUV from DuPage PADS in Wheaton, we took Betty to West Chicago, John Olsen to the Alexian Brothers Medical Center and West Chicago, Sidney Williams to Bloomingdale. In addition, took Henry W. Hochstatter who was sick to see Dr. Eyad Homedi, M.D. in Bloomingdale and also to see Dr. Pareek, M.D. for his colonoscopy in Addison, Illinois USA. less

Volunteer

One Day on Earth

Civil Rights and Social Action

January 2005 – present (7 years 9 months)

One Day on Earth Volunteer Blogger Media Arts Professional, Photojournalism, Videojournalism

Professional Member Associate, Volunteer

Alliance Française de Chicago

Arts and Culture

September 1994 – December 2004 (10 years 4 months)

French-speaking Bilingual Volunteer at the Alliance Française de Chicago, Accueil/Welcome, and l’Union des Français à l’Etranger (UFEC), also during the Chicago Humanities Festival, in addition to the Groupe Professionel Francophone (GPF).

On July 4th, 1997, I had a Fourth of July Luncheon Celebration at our Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow with six (6) Special Guests–Chemical Engineer Philippe Alinat, his wife Christine, their two daughters, her Mother and her Sister visiting from Lyons, France. I invited French-speaking guests since I was Tutoring the Alinat’s oldest daughter at their home in Woodridge, Illinois USA. less

Faculty Committee Member Volunteer

College of DuPage European Heritage Committee

Arts and Culture

September 1999 – December 2000 (1 year 4 months)

College of DuPage Faculty Committee Volunteer Member for the European Heritage Committee with Ann Cotton, Moderator, Bob Streit, and other colleagues in Glen Ellyn, DuPage County, Illinois USA.

Community Outreach Volunteer

First United Methodist Church

Social Services

January 2006 – December 2009 (4 years)

Lombard Resident Homeowner, Participant in the Tai Chi Taoist Society at the First United Methodist Church of Lombard at the corner of Main St. and Maple Avenue, Lombard, Illinois 60148 USA

Volunteer Interests

Causes I care about:

•Arts and Culture

•Civil Rights and Social Action

•Economic Empowerment

•Education

•Environment

•Health

•Human Rights

•Social Services

•Abuse of Human Rights in Housing

•Lombard Criminal Police and Fire Department


Lombard Contributions, Donations To The Community by Gardenia C. Hung-Wittler

1.      United Methodist Church of Lombard at the corner of Main St. and Maple St., Lombard, IL USA, Mr. Roberto Hung’s Personal Clothing, Suits, Felt-Products Work Clothes, etc.

2.      Village of Lombard Town Hall Community Center, 255 East Wilson Ave., Lombard IL 60148 

3.      Lombard Police Department

4.      Lombard Fire Department

5.      American Veterans – AMVETS

6.      Salvation Army

7.      York Township Community Center, 1502 S. Meyers Road, Lombard, Illinois 60148 USA

8.      Du Page County Circulating Library, State of Illinois Libraries

9.      Helen Marie Plum Memorial Library, 22 Boxes of New Books, Videos, Compact Discs, Games

10.  Villa Park Public Library, Ardmore Avenue and School St., Villa Park, Illinois 60181 USA

11.  Addison Public Library, Friendship Plaza, West Lake Street, Addison, Illinois 60101 USA

12.  St. Vincent DePaul Store, West Lake Street, Addison, Illinois  60101 USA

13.  St. Pius X Catholic Church and School, People of St. Pius X Community, Lombard, IL 60148 

14.  Harvard Evangelical Free Church at the corner of St. Charles Road and Harvard Ave., Villa Park

15.  Mrs. Cecilia Acosta and Family, Friends, Wisconsin Avenue, Villa Park, Illinois 60181 USA

16.  Henry William Hochstatter, 140 West St. Charles Road, Villa Park, Illinois 60181 USA

17.  Du Page County, Illinois USA

18.  State of Illinois, USA

19.  Franciscan Friars of Chicago at St. Peter’s Church in the Loop

20.  Deicke Home For the Retarded, 1001 Division Street, Lombard, Illinois 60148 USA

21.  Village of Lombard Recycling Center, DuPage County, Illinois 60148 USA

22.  United States Federal Government

23.  U.S. Department of Justice

24.  State of Illinois Department of Justice

25.  Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Court at the DuPage County Government Center, Illinois

26.  City of Chicago Police Department

27.  Cook County State’s Attorney Office, Attorney General Anita Alvarez

28.  Du Page County State’s Attorney Office, Attorney General Robert Berlin, J. E. Birkett

29.  Illinois Sheriffs Association

30.  Du Page County Sheriffs Office

 

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While I was a professional member of the Chicago Area Translators Association and Interpreters’ Work Group, Janice Becker who worked with German-American Business Translations and other language interpreting colleagues like Kathleen Orozco (Orosco), Moira Pujols-Quall, Diana, and myself included, gathered to discuss Interpreters’ Issues in the State of Illinois in order to standardize Interpreting in IllinoisKathleen Orozco (Orosco) was married to John Orozco (Orosco) with a young daughter where they lived in Oak Park, Illinois USA.  Kathleen Orozco (Orosco) was a certified legal court interpreter who worked with Kevin Devaney, a federal court interpreter who was responsible for the Illinois Court Interpreters’ Network while he also worked with all the legal court interpreters in Cook County and in the State of Illinois, for the National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators (NAJIT) in the USA.  The CHICATA Interpreters’ Work Group where I volunteered as the Secretary, was a collaborative Interpreters’ Work Group formed to standardize, implement, and enforce a Mandate For Interpreting in the State of Illinois, USA.  Kathleen Orozco (Orosco) referred me to Kevin Devaney who was a Federal Interpreter and Translator for Interpreting and Translation Assignments in Illinois.  During 1994, I was Interpreting and Translating for Interlate Systems, Inc. with Renee Hodstaetter, Jacquier Guiter, and Maria Contreras in Elgin, Aurora, Batavia, Geneva, St. Charles, Kane County, Illinois; also for Burg Translations with John, Agatha, and Ludovico in Chicago, and was referred to Palencia Language Services in Bolingbrook, Illinois USA.

I had been working as a Certified Legal Court Interpreter and Translator since 1981 for Trans-Lingual, Inc., Action Translation, Carmen Kenny & Associates, Linguistic Systems, Inc., Interlate Systems, Inc., Arroyave Academy of Languages at the State of Illinois Industrial Commission, U.S. Federal Court House at the Dirksen Building, City of Chicago Traffic Court, Cook County, Du Page County, Lake County, Will County, McHenry County, Elgin Traffic Court, Aurora Traffic Court, Geneva Traffic Cour, and St. Charles Judicial Center in Kane County, LaSalle County, Grundy County, and DeKalb.

In addition, I had been working with Alicia Marshall and Yrma Villareal at the TIP Lab hosted by DePaul University for Translation, Consecutive and Simultaneous Legal Court Interpreting  often presented by Dr. Holly Mikkelson, Ph.D. from the Monterey University and ACEBO Interpreting and Translation Publisher in California, USA.  Furthermore, I was also a professional member of the American Translations Association and attended the Annual Conferences where I registered and enrolled in Consecutive and Interpreting Seminars, Workshops, and Courses for Certification Credit by the American Translators Association in Virginia, USA.  Plus, during 1995, I attended the University of Montréal Legal Court Interpreting Seminar for Simultaneous and Consecutive Judiciary Interpreters presented by Dr. Holly Mikkelson, Ph.D. in Montréal, Canada, sponsored by the Federation of International Translators (FIT) and A Critical Link (Un Maillon Essentiel) French-Canadian Association organized by Diane Abrahms.  Moreover, I became involved with the National Judiciary Interpreters and Translators Association (NAJIT), while I was actively working as a Certified Court Interpreter and Translator for the State of Illinois Judiciary in the United States of America.

Greetings during August 30th in the Summer of 2012!   My name is Gardenia C. Hung (Wittler), a Lombard resident homeowner at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road who has become an Illinois Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes after I was involved with professional certified legal interpreting and translation with the Chicago Area Translators Association (CHICATA), the American Translators Association (ATANET) and the Federation of Interpreters and Translators (FIT-IFT).  I am a Victim of Violence Against Women, Assault, and Kidnappings, Abuse of Human Rights in Housing, Abuse of Civil Rights as a former professional member of the American Translators Association petitioning for Victims Compensation and Restitution with justice, equity, and fairness on my behalf as a Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes, Violence Against Women, and Abuse of Human Rights in Housing during the course of employment by the American Translation and Interpreting Agencies which are listed below.  Please reply to this written request for Victims Compensation and Restitution as a Lombard resident homeowner and taxpayer at Post Office Box 1274, Lombard, Illinois 60148-8274 USA in care of Gardenia C. Hung-Wittler who is a Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes, Violence Against Women, and Abuse of Human Rights in Housing Under The Law, Home Invasions, Kidnappings, Physical Injury, Torture, Auto Accidents, Forced Hospitalizations, etc.  The Village of Lombard Manager David Hulseberg has caused damages, losses, theft, and destruction of personal, family, and business real property for me, Gardenia C. Hung-Wittler, a Lombard resident homeowner and sole proprietor of the small business Communications, Languages & Culture, Inc., formerly at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard, Post Office Box 1274, in Lombard, District 5, York Township, Du Page County, Illinois 60148-8274, United States of America. I have been denied Civil Rights and Civil Procedure by the Lombard Police and Fire Department, as well at the Village of Lombard Town Hall at 255 East Wilson Avenue in Lombard, Illinois 60148 USA.

     While I lived as Lombard resident homeowner, taxpayer, and U.S. citizen, I began to interpret and translate for Trans-lingual, Inc. downtown Chicago; then I was hired by Action Translation Bureau owned by Joseph Raudonis in Palos Heights to interpret from English into Spanish and vice versa at the Illinois Industrial Commission where I met Carmen Kenny & Associates who networked interpreters for Illinois Workman’s Compensation hearings, arbitrations, and legal depositions, including medical interpreting and translations for Gloria Domenech & Associates, Burg Translations, Palencia Language Services.  I was working as an independent freelance interpreter and translator when I was hired by Linguist Systems Inc. managed by Caroline Weaver De Philips in Cambridge and Boston, Massachusetts.  While browsing the local newspapers, I found Interlate Systems Inc. looking for a legal intepreter and translator to work for Traffic Court in the City of Elgin, Aurora, St. Charles at the Kane County Judicial Center, Batavia, Wheaton at the DuPage County Judicial Center, Lake County, Will County, McHenry County, Grundy, LaSalle, DeKalb, and in the Chicagoland area.  Over thirty years, I have worked with many other interpreting and translation agencies in the Chicagoland area as a professional certified member of the Chicago Area Translators Association, the American Translators Association, and the Federation of International Translators.  The Translators and Interpreters Lab (TIP) was managed by Alicia Marshall and Yrma Villareal who also invited Dr. Holly Mikkelson, Ph.D. from Monterey Institute of Languages to train and certify interpreters and translators for CHICATA in Illinois USA.

     During 1994, I was working as a Certified Interpreter and Translator for Interlate Systems Inc. and Burg Translations, and Palencia Language Services assigned to Traffic Court in the City of Elgin, Aurora, Batavia, St. Charles, Geneva, Kane County Judicial Center, Addison, Glendale Heights,Wheaton in DuPage County, Illinois.  I was a professional member of the Chicago Area Translators and Interpreters Association (CHICATA), American Translators Association (ATA), and the Federation of International Translators (FIT-IFT).  During the course of employment as a Certified Interpreter and Translator, I was kidnapped from a parking lot, forced into a car, abused, physically injured, and hospitalized without my name, as an Alias Unknown Patient after my wallet with identification was stolen and money was taken as well, along with household keys to my Lombard home at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard, in District 5, York Township, DuPage County, Illinois 60148-3028 USA.  I was unconscious after a head concussion and a blunt hit to the head which caused me to pass out and could not return to my Lombard home in DuPage County, Illinois USA.

     I have been kidnapped from a parking lot by a Black Man, posing as a Federal Agent in Aurora, Illinois after a legal interpreting assignment for the National Labor Relations Board; then I was physically injured as a legal court interpreter in Aurora while working for Interlate Systems, Inc. based in Elgin, Aurora, and Batavia in Kane County, Illinois.  I have been a Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes and Violence, Head Concussions, Physical Injury, Torture, during the kidnapping in Aurora, Illinois USA.  Since my Wallet and Purse were removed, the Aurora Police filed the report under Alias Unknown Victim of Crimes in Illinois USA. 

     In addition, I have been kidnapped as a Lombard resident homeowner sleeping in the Master Bedroom after Midnight at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard, in District 5, York Township,  Du Page County, Illinois.  I have victimized in the Village of Lombard while Lombard Police and Fire Department have not reported personal injuries filed under Alias Unknown Victim of Crime, since the criminals took my personal wallet with Illinois resident identifications and Driver’s License and stole cash currency in my purse.

     For the last thirty (30) years since 1982, I have worked for American Translation and Interpreting Agencies in the Chicagoland area as an Employee Certified Interpreter and Translator where I have been paid hourly rates starting at a minimum of  $7.00 – $10.00 to $25.00 for a 2-Hour Assignment without any Employee Benefits for Medical Healthcare, Holidays, Vacation, or Retirement Pension and a maximum ranging from $50.00 to $100.00 without any other employee benefits.  Now in 2012, my U.S. Social Security income is less than other employees in the Chicagoland area.  I am missing income salary after I have worked for American Translation and Interpreting Agencies in Illinois:

Trans-Lingual, Inc. where Maureen Mueller was the Receptionist/Secretary at 8 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois USA

Action Translation Bureau managed and owned by Joseph “Joe” Raudonis in Palos Heights, IL

Carmen Kenny & Associates, in Arlington Heights, Illinois USA

Gloria Domenech & Associates in Hyde Park, Illinois USA

Linguistic Systems, Inc. managed by Caroline Weaver De Philips and John Martin President in Cambridge and Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Interlate Systems Inc./Pan Blanco owned by Brad White, managed by Renee Hodstaetter, Jacquie Guiter, and Maria Contreras in the City of Elgin, Aurora, Batavia, Illinois USA.  After kidnapping me in Aurora, Illinois following a legal court interpreting assignment for Interlate Systems Inc. also known then as Pan Blanco in Elgin, a Lombard Policeman offered to drive me home my Lombard home and broke my right big toe, knocking me out, and injuring me at my Lombard home, which caused me to have a traumatic concussion, resulting in a mild stroke, and loss of consciousness so he could remove me from my home and sequestered me to an unknown DuPage Hospital where my family could not find me. Once again, I became a Victim of Crime by the Lombard Police Department. Afterwards, the Lombard Police continued to trespass and access my Lombard home without authorization by passing out the Hung Family’s household spare keys to intruders without the homeowners’ consent and approval.

Burg Translations with John Burg, Ludovic, and Agatha, 29 S. LaSalle St., Chicago, IL USA

Palencia Language Services, 211 Radcliff Drive in Bolingbrook, Illinois 60440 USA

Arroyave Academy of Languages owned and managed by Guillermo Arroyave in Highland Park and Arlington Heights, Illinois USA

Global Translations owned and managed by Sedef Olcer at the Three Point Lake Tower Chicago, Illinois USA

Inlingua for Interpreting and Translations with Joyce, Kelly Killian, Kara, and others at 200 West Madison St., Chicago, Illinois USA

AIM Translation managed by Karen in Bloomingdale, DuPage County, Illinois USA

Access Business Translation managed and owned by Rosa Ridderbusch in Lake Zurich, IL

Babcock America BSH, managed by Engineers Dennis Clark, John McGyver, Roselle, IL

Scott Byron & Company managed by Human Resources Claire Storti in Lake Bluff, IL

TransPerfect Legal Interpreting in New York, New York USA

European Languages Center managed by Michael Larusso Reis in Chicago, Illinois USA

Accurate Translation managed by Linas Kastys in Hinsdale for a legal deposition where I had a car accident where a Taxi rear-ended my Green Geo Tracker SUV on Busse Road, Park Ridge IL

     During 1990, I worked as a Certified Legal Interpreter and Translator for Diplomatic Languages Services (DLS) in care of Elizabeth Degnan, Director at DLS at that time, whose office was located at 1111 North 19th Street, Suite 525, Arlington Virginia  22209, Telephone:  +1 (703) 243-4855.  Twenty-two years later, Diplomatic Language Services DC has relocated to 1901 Fort Myer Drive #600, 6th Floor, in Arlington, Virginia  22209-1604 USA.  When I interpreted and translated for Diplomatic Language Services (DLS) and Elizabeth Degnan in 1990, I was assigned to the Everett McKinley Dirksen Federal Building, 219 South Dearborn St. in Chicago, at the Federal Bureau of Investigation office which used to be there under a Special Agent in Charge for Chicago telephone wiring operations involving other special agents for ATF, CIA, and the Chicago Police Department, a retired Hispanic policeman called Pablo, investigating suspicious operations in Steger, Momence, and Mokena, Illinois, including border patrol agents from Brownsville, Texas, and Broadview, Illinois.  There were six (6) Special Agents in Charge Polish, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Texan, and two (2) interpreters to log-in telephone wiring activities for Chicago, Steger, Momence, and Mokena, Illinois.  In addition, I worked with Elizabeth Degnan at DLS transcribing Spanish cassette tape recordings into English which were mailed and faxed upon completion.

     After I worked as a certified interpreter and translator for Diplomatic Language Services and the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Chicago at the Dirksen Federal Building, I became a Lombard Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes, kidnappings after midnight, burglaries, automobile accidents, flat tires and towing services, stolen Geo Tracker SUV at the College of Du Page Police Academy Parking Lot, Forced Hospitalizations by the Lombard Police Department, Physical Abuse and Family Abuse, Telephone Hang-ups, Harassment, Attempts To Kill Me During Sleeping Hours, Forced Injections on the Right Side of My Neck, Legs, Broke Right Toe, Fractured Hammertoe, A Bullet Hole on the Front Side Window at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road, Heinous Hate Crimes in Lombard, District 5, York Township, in the County of Du Page, Illinois 60148-3028 USA.  I have been severely abused and physically injured as a Lombard Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes after I worked with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Diplomatic Language Services doing certified interpreting and translation assignments on-site.  The Lombard Police Department under Chief Kuntz, Chief Van Dillerkoffer, Chief George Graves, Ray Byrne, Dane Cuny, and other Lombard police staff have personally caused me a lot of harassment and physical abuse, burglaries, unauthorized access to my private Lombard home and business resources for Communications, Languages & Culture, Inc., and my family real estate assets.

     I have been victimized for the last twenty-one (21) years as an Illinois Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes seeking justice, fairness, and compensation for criminal damages and losses, personal injury from a broken pigeon right toe stumped by a Lombard Policeman, kidnappings, physical abuse, sexual assault at home and by force in Du Page County, torture, harassment, theft, burglary, robbery, stealing by local thieves allowed by the Lombard Police and Fire Department and persecution, to include several automobile accidents as an individual and citizen of the United States of America in the Village of Lombard, York Township, Du Page County, Illinois. 

     In addition, I have been victimized by heinous hate crimes, real estate property roofing water damages and losses, homelessness in Du Page County.  Also, the Lombard Police and Fire Department have taken my personal U.S. Naturalization documents, personal family documents, and business resources after Keith Steiskal from the Lombard Fire Department, Lombard Police and other intruders trespassed into private property stored in the garage at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road, Lombard, Illinois 60148-3028 USA.  In addition, U.S. Cellular has been intercepting, blocking, and interrupting wireless mobile telephone and internet network services during the year 2011-2012 while removing essential Contacts information, overbilling and overcharging for Carnival Cruise Mobile Marketing from the Bahamas, Jamaica, Haiti, and Puerto Rico from operatives and predatory cybercriminals. 

     I have written to you in order to report heinous hate crimes, physical abuse, kidnappings, forced hospitalizations, denial of civil procedures, abuse of human rights in housing under the law, conspiracy, sedition, harassment, attempts to murder me during my sleep at home, repeated motor vehicle accidents and near-death experiences, to include the medical murder of my father Mr. Roberto Hung Mustelier Juris Doctor.  I have reported all motor vehicles accidents during the course of employment as a certified legal and medical interpreter/translators, member of CHICATA, ATA, FIT-IFT.     Please add my name to the list of Victims of Heinous Hate Crimes during the course of employment as a certified interpreter/translator, member of the American Translators Association, the Chicago Area Translators Association, and the Federation of  International Translators.  Advise how I can be compensated as A Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes in the Village of Lombard York Township DuPage County Illinois USA.  I can be reached by mail directly at Post Office 1274, Lombard, Illinois 60148-8274 USA or Email.

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During April 21-22, 1998, Mr. Roberto Hung’s tracheostomy was dislodged when the Certified Nurse’s Assistant (Carol) turned him suddenly and forcefully on the Hill-Rom bed at the Lombard home, after washing him early in the morning. CNA Carol was harried and rushed when she knocked hard on the door, making loud noises around 7:30 a.m. on that day after she drove from Bolingbrook, Illinois USA …Carol was so loud that she woke me up, since the regular CNA Jennifer had changed her daily schedule for Roberto Hung in Lombard and did not come into Lombard from Woodridge, Illinois. CNA Carol was ornery and sounded irritated when she flipped Roberto Hung who was thin and underweight over on the Hill-Rom bed, too fast. The bedridden patient, Roberto Hung moaned and looked frazzled. I was watching CNA Carol wash my Father quickly until the telephone downstairs rang and I went answer the early morning call. The Certified Nurse’s Assistant Carol worked for a Home Physicians Service related to Dr. Thomas Cornwell, M.D., Nurse Nancy Minch R.N. and CNA Jennifer who were regular home care medical staff for Mr. Roberto Hung who had become a Lombard disabled and bedridden Traumatic Brain Injury patient as a resident homeowner, taxpayer in District 5, one block from St. Pius X Catholic Church and School in York Township, DuPage County, Illinois USA.

The tracheostomy tube had been inserted during December 1996 at Good Samaritan Advocate Hospital in Downers Grove, DuPage County, Illinois while the patient Roberto Hung was in a deep coma following a blunt hit to the head he suffered during a Lombard home invasion on the eve of the winter solstice, December 21-22, around Hannukah and Christmas in 1996. The traumatic brain injury with the aneurysm and stroke disabled and unemployed the Lombard resident homeowner that day at the age of 65 years old at home in District 5, one block north from Westmore Elementary School and the Deicke Home for the Retarded, 1005 W. Division Street in Lilac Town, DuPage County, Illinois USA.

When Roberto Hung started to turn blue in bed for lack of oxygen from the occlusion of the tracheostomy, I rushed to call Emergency 911 for the Lombard Emergency Medical Services, the Paramedics at the Fire Department and Police in DuPage County who arrived later and drove my Father to Elmhurst Memorial Hospital since the Village of Lombard did not have a hospital for resident homeowners and taxpayers in 1998.

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