Lori Hickey Obituary, Death – Soon after obtaining a diagnosis of lung cancer that had spread to other parts of her body, Lori Hickey (nee Kreiman) passed away on November 28 at her home in Lansing, Illinois. The day before she passed away, she had turned 61 years old. Lori Kreiman was the youngest child of Dr. Norman and Mrs. Diane Kreiman, who both passed away before she was born. Her entire life was spent in the south suburbs of the city.
Lori is survived by her husband Keith of 16 years and sister Darlene Paulauski (Dennis), niece Tracy Doell, nephews Denny (Crystal), Mike Paulauski, and Brennan Kreiman (Sara Katherine), beloved cousins Lynn Sperling (Skip), Chuck Kreiman (Ellen), Jeffrey Pure, Elliott Pure, Debra Talsky (Marvin), Lisa Gendel (Peter Panayiotou, an awesome photographer), Tom Marcheschi, Lisa Hotwagner and David Kreiman (Katie). Her much loved sister Sandy Kreiman and brother Mike Kreiman, in addition to a large number of other cherished family members, passed away before Lori. I pray that the remembrance of them will be a benefit.
In spite of the numerous health problems and setbacks she had for several years, Lori maintained an inspirational perspective on life. For this reason, she will be remembered. Her laugh was as hearty as it gets; she loved her family fiercely; and in spite of the challenges she encountered, she had an astounding amount of thankfulness for the little pleasures in life. Her family loved her fiercely. Lori was a one-of-a-kind individual. When Lori was younger, one of the things she wanted to do was compose lyrics for rock songs. Despite the fact that she was unable to make that particular dream come true, she was able to make another one come true when she established up a prosperous limousine company known as Allegro Limousine. She had a large number of devoted customers who knew that “Limo Lori” was someone they could depend on.