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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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“Andersonville is a quaint neighborhood in the middle of a world class city.”

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The Andersonville Farmers Market takes place every Wednesday on Berwyn Street, between Clark and Ashland beginning on May 21st- Sept. 3rd, 3pm- 8pm, and Sept. 10th- Oct. 15th, 3pm- 7pm.

Andersonville reminds me of my college years at Northeastern Illinois University on the north side of Chicago. During the late 1970s and early 1980s, I was attending NEIU and worked as a student aide at the Financial Department with Marilyn Kuhn and Marie Lizewski Ruiz who lived and commuted from Andersonville to work from Foster Avenue to the Historic Bryn Mawr District and Catalpa Street by the B-Wing.

Another friend of my family, the late Bob Roessler lived on North Rascher Street with my brother near Clark Street in Andersonville, not far from the Travel School near Pelencho Travel Agency where I worked teaching Business English and Communications with Fabiola. After work sometimes, I used to stop by to visit them.

Ann Sather’s is one of my favorite places to visit in Andersonville for brunch or dinner with friends and family. Twenty-six (26) years ago, I had a Family Brunch for Father’s Day weekend at Ann Sather’s after my wedding on June 18, 1988.

Reza’s Restaurant has a vegetarian selection of dishes to enjoy the whole year round.

Andie’s Restaurant also offers appetizing dishes and global menu for epicureans.

Figure 1 Christmas Dinner at Andie’s Restaurant with Paul Tong and Robert S. Hung

More than thirty (30) years ago, I used to go shopping in Andersonville after work at the Travel Agency which used to be next to Pelencho’s Travel Agency. Pelencho was a Cuban-American Radio Personality, known familiarly as the “Pelencho Show” for Hispanic and Spanish-speaking radio fans and listeners.

While I was reading the Neighborhood Watch in Today’s Chicago Woman, I found out that Andersonville was a distant suburb of Chicago during the 1850’s boasting about a large cherry orchard which attracted Swedish immigrants to settle in greater numbers to the area known today as the Edgewater neighborhood by Lake Michigan in Illinois. The Swedes in Andersonville built a school in 1854 to establish a permanent Swedish community with cultural influence in Chicago. Afterwards, Andersonville thrived and eventually boasted that there were more Swedes in Chicago than in any city outside of Stockholm, Sweden.

The Swedish American Museum in Andersonville was visited by HRH the King of Sweden during its inauguration. The Museum is located at 5211 N. Clark St. in Andersonville, a traditionally Swedish area of Chicago’s north side. The entire community welcomes Swedish Americans and celebrates the Swedish holidays. Merchants and residents turn out for the very traditional Midsummer, Lucia and Christmas celebrations. Tourists visit the area continually to sample Swedish food, buy gifts, and visit the Museum. swedishamericanmuseum.org For additional info, contact museum@samac.org.

Andersonville brings back a lot of memories about people and places along Clark Street and in the Edgewater neighborhood. I used to work at Saint Augustine College on Argyle Street not far from Clark Street in the Uptown neighborhood and Little Chinatown. Commuting to Andersonville is easy and accessible by public transportation.

Walking leisurely through Andersonville is a good form of exercise along Clark Street, starting on Foster Avenue, to discover quaint and old-fashioned Swedish shops, restaurants, and something for everyone to enjoy in this taste of a Swedish neighborhood in the middle of Edgewater by Lake Michigan in Chicago.

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