Albert J. Such, age 61, passed away unexpectedly on October 10,
2018 at his home in Carol Stream, Illinois.  He was born February
28, 1957 in Poland. At the age of two he immigrated to the United
States with his parents and two older sisters.

Albert grew up on the family farm in Stanley, WI. After high school
he attended the University of Wisconsin in Madison and received
his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Computer Science
followed by a master’s degree in Computer Science. After his
graduation from the university in 1981 he began working for Bell
Labs and moved to the Carol Stream area. He finished his career
working for the same company even though the company itself
changed hands several times.

Albert enjoyed hunting, fishing, hiking, and snow skiing. There were
many good stories for him to share. He enjoyed photography and
was always available to photograph family events.

Family was very important to Albert. He very much enjoyed teasing
all his nieces and nephews and was very supportive in their lives.
Everyone knew they would always receive a birthday card from him
and that it would provide a good laugh.

Albert and Annie enjoyed traveling. They traveled throughout the
country and later reminisced about their adventures which were
relived through the many photos they took along the way.

Albert will be deeply missed by his sisters, Halina (David) Knapp of
Waupun, Hatty (James) Wirth of Stanley and Mary (Ron Hazuga)
Thrasher of Stanley as well as all his nieces and nephews, friends,
and other family members. He was preceded in death by his lifelong
partner, Annie Bissantz and his parents, John and Leonarda Such.

A memorial mass will be held at 11AM on Saturday, November 10,
2018 at St. Mary’s Czestochowa Catholic Church-rural Stanley.
Interment will follow in the Church Cemetery. Visitation will be one
hour prior to services at the church. Plombon Funeral Service
assisted the family locally. In lieu of flowers and memorials;
donations are asked to go to St. Mary’s Czestochowa in Albert’s
name.