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A Nuisance in Lombard For Roofing Water Damages and Losses in Du Page
County, Illinois USA

Once upon a time, twenty years ago, a Chinese-Cuban family moved to Lilac Town at the corner of 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard to a historic Lombard Brick Bungalow built in 1927, which was surrounded by a wooden picket fence with only one entry gate on Washington Boulevard in District 5, York Township, Du Page County, Illinois  60148-3028 USA.

While the Chinese-Cuban family members were working very hard to pay their Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow during the day, afternoon, and night, Lombard wildlife, critters, animals, intruders, uninvited visitors, and trespassers would meander into the resident family’s fragrant Lilac garden, apples orchard, strawberry patch, and vegetable garden.  

After several home invasions during the day, afternoon, and  after midnight, the daughter called Ralph Schlemer the Handy Man from Elmhurst to install a gate lock to prevent trespassers and thieves from coming into the garden to cut off  fragrant lilac branches, kill the Perkins Peace Rose or access the Lombard home through the garden shed door.  The Elmhurst Handy Man also installed another electrical switch by the porch to turn on a large fluorescent light to illuminate the backyard and keep marauders off the premises, by adding changes to the Schlage door locks. 

All the Lombard resident homeowners’ efforts did not deter nor discourage a nuisance for damaging roofing structure by Critter Detectives in Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois USA.The Lombard home only had one young green Maple Tree in the middle of the backyard surrounded by a wooden picket fence and three Golden and Red Delicious Apple Trees in the backyard. 

One day the daughter noticed that the wooden picket fence posts had been sewed off at the bottom to open up a hole for animals and wildlife to access entry by Chuck, Robyn and Jennifer’s adjoining driveway.  Can you imagine, “Who would use a carpenter’s saw to sew off a wooden picket post to let animals, wildlife and critters into my back yard?”…while the Chinese-Cuban family was working during the day, afternoon, and nights.

The wooden picket fence around the Lombard Historic Bungalow never disturbed anyone until John and Eva Carpenter drove the Station Wagon backwards into the wooden fence posts while they were moving into the Ahrens-Stebens home the Summer of 2001. 

One afternoon, the daughter saw how Eva Carpenter backed into my Lombard wooden picket fence and  said, “You just broke the wooden posts when you backed without looking into the fence, Eva.” 

John Carpenter and the two sons must remember how they use to play basketball in their backyard and the ball would end up over the adjoining picket fence and the young son running after it would climb over the wooden picket fence into the Chinese-Cuban family backyard.

“Why did the Carpenters’ young son jump into the Chinese-Cuban family’s backyard?” when the

daughter saw him jump back home from the porch windows.That was not the only aggression against the Lombard wooden picket fence. 

Another day, the daughter found the squirrels racing around the fence at a maddening speeding, while they chased each other out, all around the backyard, only to jump up to the green Maple Tree. 

Blue birds and red cardinals also made their way into the Lombard garden and feasted on Golden and Red Delicious Apple Blossoms and budding apples. 

There was even a loud Wood Pecker by the Apple Orchard burrowing a whole into the tree trunks to make a nest.

There had never been so many birds, wildlife, animals, and strange people into the Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow garden, until the daughter saw a creepy, crawly Opossum or Possum which look like albino giant rats. 

After coming home from work one afternoon, she noticed that the grass had signs of a large reptile, slithering over the green lawn grass while leaving imprints on the backyard.  That day, she found the whole sewed off at the bottom of the wooden picket fence posts by Chuck and Robyn’s driveway on Washington Boulevard.

Then, the daughter saw two masked bandits sneaking into the Lombard garden.  Raccoons behave like crooks and criminals causing damages in the Lombard garden and backyard near the Illinois Prairie Path, the Lombard Lagoons, and all over Du Page County, Illinois USA. 

The critter marauders began to appropriate the backyard an climbed the rain gutter duct by the air conditioning unit to make a nest up on the roof.  Another raccoon climbed up the green Maple Tree to cross over and hide on the roof. 

That is when the daughter called Critter Detectives in Lombard at 1294 South Lloyd Avenue, Telephone: 630-916-7678.  According to Critter Detectives, “If You Have Critter Trouble, We’ll Be There on the Double for Nuisance Wildlife Relocation 1 (888) 271-8837.  Critter specialists in the Chicagoland area for 15 years since 1997″. 

The Chinese-Cuban family moved into Lilac Town on September 2, 1993.  Critter Detectives followed new Lombard homeowners four years after into Lilac Town upon demand of wildlife roaming red foxes, wild renegade coyotes, snakes, raccoons, squirrels, opossum, moles, groundhogs, skunks, beavers, birds, bats, dead animals, and geese hazing.

The brother referred me to Critter Detectives in Lombard to resolve home invasions by raccoons nesting on the roof after trespassing under and above the wooden picket fence posts surrounding the Lombard garden at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard in District 5, York Township, Du Page County, Illinois USA. 

When I would come out to the Lombard garden after work, I felt critter peering eyes gazing at me from the roofing above my head. One morning in May, a Hispanic Critter Detective drove up to the Lombard driveway and set up a Raccoon Trap on the roof of the Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow during May before the Memorial Day weekend. 

The Hispanic Critter Detective made a bigger hole to attach the Animal Trap to the Lombard roofing structure in order to catch the roving renegade raccoons who would come and go from this location.

Over the Memorial Day weekend, the Lombard resident homeowner went to observe the ceremony at the Daley Plaza Eternal Flame monument. 

Upon return to the Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow, she found one Raccoon caught inside the Animal Trap over the weekend. 

Then Lombard Policeman Mark Gouty knocked on the porch door and talked to her by the doorway saying that the neighbor, Eva Carpenter was disturbed by the Raccoon being caught in the Animal Trap set up by the Hispanic Critter Detective. 

The Lombard resident homeowner asked the Lombard Policeman Mark Gouty, “Why is Eva Carpenter complaining about the Raccoon caught in the Animal Trap?” 

Mark Gouty said that Eva Carpenter wanted the Raccoon released from the Animal Trap and set free. 

But, the Lombard resident homeowner said that she had called Critter Detectives in Lombard and “ did not want the Raccoon in the backyard anymore that is why Critter Detectives were called to catch the wildlife animal disturbing the Lombard home roofing and the backyard”. 

So, on Memorial Day weekend, Lombard Policeman Mark Gouty got into the Lombard backyard and picked up the Animal Trap with the Rogue Raccoon inside, as if the Lombard Policeman was arresting the wildlife Raccoon for being in the Lombard backyard inside the Critter Detective Animal Trap. 

The irony was that the Lombard resident homeowner had called Critter Detectives about a nuisance wildlife damaging roofing structure. “Why was Lombard Policeman Mark Gouty intruding upon the Critter Detectives’ Animal Trap with the Rascal Raccoon caught inside during Memorial Day weekend?”

Obviously, Eva Carpenter was meddling in the Critter Detectives’ Animal Trap with the Raccoon inside over the Memorial Day Weekend in the neighbor’s backyard, not the Carpenters’ driveway.

So, Lombard Policeman Mark Gouty said, “I am going to take the Animal Trap with the Raccoon inside and remove the wildlife”. 

The Lombard resident homeowner told him that “Critter Detectives had set up the Animal Trap which belonged to them and they expected to find a Raccoon inside”.

Upon return from the Memorial Day Observance, the daughter who was also a Lombard resident homeowner was upset that Eva Carpenter was interfering with the Critter Detectives’ Animal Trap containing the crooked Raccoon caught inside for the holiday. 

The Raccoon had already built a nest on the roof of the Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow and the Hispanic Trapper caught the wildlife nuisance into the Animal Trap.

After the Lombard resident homeowner talked to Mark Gouty, he made the mistake of walking into the Lombard garden, picking up the Critter Detectives’ Animal Trap with a nuisance wildlife Raccoon, and setting the Animal Cage inside the Lombard Police squad car for District 5 in the Village of Lombard.  Mark Gouty said that he would bring back the Critter Detective’s Animal Cage to the Lombard home backyard. 

Forty-five minutes later, Mark Gouty returned with an empty Animal Cage. 

The Lombard resident homeowner asked him, “What did you do with the Raccoon?”  Mark Gouty answered that he drove to the Grace St. Lagoon by North Avenue and released the Raccoon there. 

The Lombard Policeman Mark Gouty released free the criminal Raccoon which had set up a small nest on the Lombard roofing structure overlooking the backyard.

“What!” I said, “that Raccoon is going to find the way back to the Lombard nest on the roof…”  I am going to complain about the Lombard Police releasing rogue wildlife free at the Lombard Grace Street Lagoon by North Avenue, between the Village of Lombard and Addison in Du Page County, Illinois USA. 

I did not know that Lombard Policeman Mark Gouty had to arrest a caged Raccoon on Memorial Day during May.  Eva Carpenter, the Lombard neighbor, and Lombard Policeman Mark Gouty were both accomplices and access to criminal roofing damages caused by the Raccoon when the Lombard Policeman released the wildlife Raccoon entrapped and caged by Critter Detectives at 502 S.
Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard, Lombard, IL 60148-3028 USA.

The next day, the Hispanic Critter Detective picked up the Animal Trap empty, without the Wildlife Raccoon which had been caught and released over the Memorial Day weekend by Lombard Policeman Mark Gouty who set the Raccoon free by the Grace Street Lagoon near North Avenue between Lombard and Addison in Du Page County.

Unfortunately, the Hispanic Critter Detective did not cover up nor repair the bigger hole he made while setting up the Animal Trap Cage to catch the nuisance wildlife Raccoon during the Memorial Day weekend at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard in District 5, Village of Lombard, Illinois USA.

Afterwards, the wildlife Raccoon returned with another mate to set up the nest in the same location where the first Raccoon had started residence on the Lombard home roof.  The nuisance wildlife continued marauding and intruding upon the Lombard homeowners real estate property ever after that Memorial Day weekend in May.

Lombard Criminal Disaster Roofing Water Damages & Losses at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Blvd. in District 5, York Township, Du Page County, Illinois  60148-3028 USA

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During the year 2012, circumstances surrounding Lombard Criminal Disaster Roofing Water Damages have been reviewed by the Illinois Crimes Commission at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard, purchased and owned by Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor (deceased by medical homicide), his daughter and son-in-law in District 5, by St. Pius X Catholic Parish School in York Township, DuPage County, Illinois USA.

1. The surviving family of Mr. Roberto Hung have become Illinois Victims of Heinous Hate Crimes since they moved to the Village of Lombard on September 2, 1993 as resident homeowners in District 5, York Township, Illinois.

2. All of the family members have been assaulted, tortured, kidnapped, physically injured, hospitalized, and suffered from.a traumatic head injury and concussion in Illinois.
3. Auto accidents have been premeditated, contrived, and arranged for all the family members of Roberto Hung, including his accidents after midnight upon returning from work in Skokie, Illinois.
4. Home invasions were arranged by intruders who obtained the household keys to steal, spy, and injure the Lombard resident homeowners ad taxpayers in DuPage County, Illinois.
5. Lombard Criminal Disaster Damages and Losses were planned and effected at the private family home when Mr. Roberto Hung, his daughter, and son-in-law were working or out-of-town travelling for work purposes.
6. After midnight, the family members of Roberto Hung were kidnapped from their bedroom after home invasions allowed by the Village of Lombard law enforcement staff.
7. False emergency calls were set up by the neighbors to cause problems for Roberto Hung, his daughter, and son-in-law.
8. The neighbors were involved in trespassing, vandalism, and criminal disaster damages and losses.
9. Fire-torches were used by criminal terrorists to burn the surrounding landscape, shrubs, bushes, and access entry doors at the front and by the porch entry.
10. The Village of Lombard allowed intruders and criminals to access the household keys of the private home owned by Mr. Roberto Hung and family at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Blvd. in DuPage County, Illinois.

11. Twelve motor vehicles purchased and owned by Mr. Roberto Hung, his daughter and son-in-law were sabotaged, tampered, and rigged after midnight to cause auto accidents on the way to work in Illinois.
12. Assassins were hired to kill Mr. Roberto Hung and his family during their years of residency in Lombard, District 5, York Township, Illinois 60148-3028 USA.

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During 2008, the Village of Lombard Police trespassed at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Blvd. and removed my Premium Golf Putting Club, allowing intruders and home invaders to steal from the Hung-Wittler family as Lombard resident homeowners and taxpayers in District 5, York Township, DuPage County, Illinois USA.

My interest in playing golf and premium golf clubs started when Gary Radzinski lived in St. Charles, played golf, and was a fantastic photographer. His sons Paul Radzinski from Wood Dale and Gary Radzinski Jr. shared and witnessed his creative interests, including taking Spanish lessons to learn and speak with a Spanish tutor at home. During the holidays, Gary Radzinski and I exchanged gifts. He gave me a set of personalized golf balls with my initials and gift Golf Lessons at St. Andrew’s Golf Course in West Chicago, DuPage County, Illinois. Thanks to my Polish friend Gary Radzinski, I went to the Downers Grove Golf Store on Butterfield Road and bought the best Putting Golf Club I ever saw…so I could learn how to play golf in the Village of Lombard golf courses in DuPage County, Illinois USA. St. Andrew’s Golf Lessons with a Pro Golf Coach proved to be rewarding when I learned how to swing with the golf club and put in style–thanks to Gary Radzinski from St. Charles, DuPage County, Illinois USA.

Other people have seen me play golf in Lombard with my premium golf club. Mary Ellen invited me to play golf with my premium golf putting club at the Lombard golf course on Finley Road near Lexington Senior Retirement Center. One summer afternoon in the year 2000, we went golfing at the Lombard golf course. Mary Ellen is a colleague and Mathematics professor who worked with me at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois USA.

Since 2008, I am missing my Premium Golf Putting Club, my white leather golf shoes, and my golf leather glove and personalized golf balls after the Lombard Police and York Township allowed home invaders and intruders to steal from my Lombard home and abuse the Hung-Wittler family’s privacy at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Blvd. in District 5, York Township, DuPage County, Illinois 60148-3028 USA.

Gardenia C. Hung-Wittler, M.A., B.A.


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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Alumni From Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU)


I am an Illinois Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes, Violence Against Women, Kidnappings, Assault, Physical Abuse, Illinois Bio-Medical Experiments, Bio-Sexual Studies Without Consent and Without Paying Gardenia C. Hung Fong (Wittler), from Northeastern Illinois University, NEIU Class of 1982 Alumni, attended from September 1977 through December 1982, five (5) years. Student Aide for Mrs. Annette Cohn, Shirley Levin, Angie Pappas, Marie Liszewski, Marilyn Kuhn, George A. West, Frank Solano, Kathy Crane at the Financial Aid Office, B-Wing, and also for Mrs. Dorette Klein Werner as French Club member, Vice-President, President and member of the National French Honor Society, NEIU, 5500 North St. Louis Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60625 USA. Spanish Club member for Dr. Angelina Pedroso, Ph.D. and also member of the Spanish National Honor Society while Dr. Bruno Galassi was Chairman of the Foreign Language Department at NEIU in Illinois.
Dorette Klein introduced me to her medical physician Jewish friend Dr. Ben Carasso, M.D., respiratory pulmonary specialist at Rush St. Luke-Presbyterian in Chicago, whose wife Dinah a Jewish-American Princess who studied French and had visited Cuba during the 1950s, who in turn referred me to GESA Assistance, Groupe Européen S.A. Executive Director José Poquet de Samarang to work part-time as a medical travel emergency assistant weekdays overnights and weekends at the Hartford Building, 150 S. Wacker Drive and Adams Street, Third Floor with Huguette Callaway, a Dutch Belgian Secretary and her boyfriend Joe Serna who lived in Glen Ellyn, Du Page County, Illinois USA.
At Rush St. Luke-Presbyterian Hospital, Dr. Ben Carasso, M.D., a respiratory pulmonary specialist abused me and drugged me by injection me as a patient while Dr. Ben Carasso, M.D. was examining using a stethoscope on my back and lungs, during the winter of 1991, after I worked as a federal medical examiner at the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Workman’s Compensation under Richard Kadus, Phyllis Crane, and Shelene Turner for the Employment Standards Administration at the General Services Administration, 230 South Dearborn, 8th Floor, Kluczynski Building, Chicago, Illinois 60604 USA. Gardenia C. Hung (Wittler) was using federal health insurance coverage under Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois, USA. Afterwards, a Black Man Security at Rush St. Luke-Presbyterian Hospital abused me as a patient and kicked me, injuring me further and extending my medical care and treatment at Rush St. Luke-Presbyterian Hospital until January 1992 under Dr. Abraham who provided a work restriction for me upon discharge from Rush St. Luke Presbyterian Hospital.
Gardenia C. Hung was recipient of the Mecklenburger Scholarship during 1977 and 1980, funded by Felt-Products Inc., also known as Federal Mogul, where my father, Mr. Roberto Hung worked full-time with his cousin Fernando Wong married to Yoland Wong Fen, Chinese Cuban residents whose Cuban-Chinese brother’s name is Luis Roberto Choy at 4624 West Howard Street in Skokie, Illinois 60076, Telephone: (847) 677-4362 USA. The offsprings of Fernando Wong and Yolanda Wong Fen were Sueling (Retarded Female Bedridden with Spina Bifida from Birth), Fernandito Wong Fen, and Meiling Wong Fen now adults and professionals in architecture and engineering. There is also a cousin and a niece who are professionals in the bio-medical engineering fields conducting DNA experiments and phlebotomy blood-engineering experiments with humans leading to fatal infectious diseases related to the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia. Fernando and Yoland Wong Fen are cousins related Santiago Hung Choy, the father of Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor who was also the son of Mrs. Gertrudis Salustiana Mustelier Baró, a Cuban Spaniard.


 

New Year's Eve on St. Charles Road Long and Winding

Walking on New Year's Eve on St. Charles Road Long and Winding

On New Year’s Eve, a long and winding St. Charles Road marks a walking journey westbound early on a winter solstice day in the Village of Lombard, York Township, DuPage County, Illinois USA Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung and Surviving Family


U.S. Presidential libraries became all the more familiar to me when my late father donated funds to the Richard Nixon Library and the Ronald Reagan Library. Dr. Roberto Hung, J.D. has been acknowledged for helping and contributing to preserve U.S. Presidential history in the making.

While reading an article about U.S. Presidential libraries in the Spring of 2002, I read that until 1939, these did not exist nor were presidential documents preserved after the U.S. president left office—Home & Away, AAA Chicago Motor Club, Illinois/N. Indiana, March-April 2002. The first U.S. President to donate his presidential documents to the government was the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who also contributed 16 acres of his family estate in Hyde Park, New York, as a location to preserve U.S. government history.

In 1955, the U.S. Congress passed the Presidential Libraries Act whereby it was established to maintain private and federally funded libraries for U.S. presidents to preserve their historical documents and memorabilia. Among current and existing U.S. Presidential libraries, we have:

The Herbert Hoover Presidential Library-Museum in West Branch, Iowa
The Truman Presidential Museum & Library in Independence, Missouri
The Eisenhower Library & Museum in Abilene, Kansas
The John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library in Boston, Massachusetts
The Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum at U of Texas in Austin, Texas
The Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace in Yorba Linda, California
The Gerald R. Ford Library and Museum at the U of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan
The Jimmy Carter Library & Museum in Atlanta, Georgia
The Ronald W. Reagan Presidential Library & Museum, near L.A. in Simi Valley, Calif.
The George Bush Presidential Library & Museum in College Station, Texas
The William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas
The Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum in Springfield, Illinois

 
On Tuesday, 19 November 2002, Springfield, Illinois inaugurated the Abraham Lincoln Library to preserve and study the former president’s historical documents, Civil War records, and Lincoln era memorabilia in the Prairie State where he lived from 1837 to 1861. Local news on TV featured Lincoln’s shiny copper plate profile made from copper Lincoln pennies, as well as the former president’s personal belongings, artifacts, sculptures, and presidential heirlooms collected and compiled over the years.The life and times of former U.S. President Abraham Lincoln, our sixteenth president, will be researched and scrutinized as a sign of the American Civil War period. The Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum is still under construction in downtown Springfield, Illinois—general completion is expected to be in 2004.

Before Abraham Lincoln became the 16th U.S. President, he was elected to the Illinois state legislature, studied law, and was licensed to practice in Sangamon County, Illinois. He had been also a deputy county surveyor in Petersburg in 1836. Prior to Lincoln’s life in Washington, D.C., he practiced law in Springfield with his partner William Herndon, from 1843 to 1852. The Lincoln-Herndon Law Offices is an Illinois State Historic Site in Springfield. As a lawyer, Abraham Lincoln practiced in the Eighth Judicial Court in Illinois—at the Mount Pulaski Courthouse State Historic Site, northeast of Springfield, and at the Metamora Courthouse State Historic Site, (1845-1857), 15 miles northeast of Peoria.

The 2001-2002 Illinois Handbook of Government features and highlights the Illinois State Library’s Internet portal, Find-It! Illinois, your best source of information for State library, education, and government introduced by the Secretary of State, Jesse White at http:/www.finditillinois.org The library network system links all the Friends of the Library in Illinois and nationwide.

Editor’s Notes by Gardenia C. Hung, M.A., B.A.
–2002 Friends of the Helen M. Plum Library Winter Newsletter–

A Reprinted  Article


On a Winter Solstice evening, during the longest night in December 21, 1996, I had already returned to my Lombard family home from Berlin, Germany after attending an international conference for Language and the Media at the InterContinental Hotel on Alexanderplatz. My Father had arrived home from working at Dominick’s Food Store in Oakbrook Terrace. My Father, Mr. Roberto Hung, wanted to give me his Christmas Gift, a personal check for my Brother and Mother, $100.00 dollars, and also for Nathan S. Wittler and myself four days before Christmas Day in 1996…

The New Year’s Resolution I Have Kept During 2011 is Reflected in My Personal Testimonial Account About My Father, Mr. Roberto Hung, Juris Doctor, Lombard Resident Homeowner, Taxpayer, Father, Husband, Employee at Dominick’s Food Store in Oakbrook Terrace, The Pampered Chef in Addison, Felt-Products Inc. in Skokie, Illinois Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes in the Village of Lombard, District 5, York Township, DuPage County, Illinois 60148-3028, in the State of Illinois, United States of America.

A Personal Testimonial Account About Mr. Roberto Hung, Juris Doctor, Lombard Resident Homeowner, Taxpayer, Father, Husband, Employee at Dominick’s Food Store in Oakbrook Terrace, The Pampered Chef in Addison, Felt-Products Inc. in Skokie, Illinois Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes in the Village of Lombard, District 5, York Township, DuPage County, Illinois 60148-3028, in the State of Illinois, United States of America.

On Winter Solstice, December 21-22, 1996, I was teaching, translating and interpreting until 9:30 p.m. when I returned to my Lombard home, to find my Father, Mr. Roberto Hung, who had also returned from working at the Dominick’s Food Store in Oakbrook Terrace in the evening. My Father wanted to talk to me about Christmas Gifts for December 1996 when he gave me personal checks for my Brother and Mother, my husband Nathan and myself, including another check for the Lombard Fire Department in the amount of $25.00 donation for the Holiday Fund. Afterwards, Mr. Roberto Hung went upstairs to make his late dinner…

Needless to say, I spent an entire “blue holiday” Christmas Day during 1996 at Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital while the neurosurgeon operated on my Father, Mr. Roberto Hung who suffered from a severe traumatic brain injury with an aneurysm after he was hit with a blunt object on the head  by a Lombard intruder unbeknown to my Father upstairs on the second floor, while he was at home eating salmon during dinnertime upstairs on a winter solstice night.  My Father, Mr. Roberto Hung went into a deep comatose state which lasted close to one and a half to two months at Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove, DuPage County, Illinois.  December 1996 was the saddest “blue holiday”…and two years thereafter, my Father, Mr. Roberto Hung was attacked again during his sleep at Vencor Northlake Hospital by medical staff who killed him while he was asleep in the morning.

Throughout the year 2011, I have kept the New Year’s Resolution to remember my late Father Mr. Roberto Hung who was abused, throttled and murdered at Vencor Northlake Hospital by Respiratory Therapist Ben Aguilar,  around 7 a.m. on June 18, 1998–before Father’s Day.

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