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Nasser "Nick" M. Abufakuseh
12/29/2018
Location
Berwyn
Visitation
Friday, January 4, 2019 from 3:00pm until 8:00pm at Adolf Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Ltd. 2921 S. Harlem Avenue, Berwyn.
Services
Funeral Services Saturday, January 5, 2019 10:00am at the Funeral Home.
Burial Location
Interment will follow at Resurrection Cemetery, Justice.

Nasser "Nick" M. Abufakuseh, at rest December 29, 2018. 

Nick a devoted father to Sherri the twins Gina and Sabrina and his son-in-law Chris, a loving husband to Florence grandfather of eight grandkids and a fond Uncle of many nieces and nephews.  Nick was a happy person always had a big smile on his face. A giving person, thought of others.  He helped so many people in so many ways.  Nick enjoyed making shirts and selling them he loves flowers he was a florist his own little business he had his own little garden which he was very proud of, very impressive!  He sold flowers for such a long long time with a big smile making others smile.  Never had a bad thing to say always found good in others.  Nick loves sports and love that Chicago teams Da bears Da bulls Da Blackhawks etc. He worked at the airport express he really loved that, talked about it all the time Nick knew his way around Chicago and everywhere the airport was no problem if you needed help to get somewhere he could tell you all the shortcuts.  His passion is Florence always calling her honey baby and telling her how much he loved her, didn't care who was around.  He adored his daughters, enjoyed having the grandkids around, all with a big big smile....... He will be remembered and never forgotten and in our hearts forever. 

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