Reginald “Reg” Daniel Sisco, 54; beloved son of Ann and the late Reginald J.; loving brother of Kathy (Rick) O’Hara, Scott (Claire Connelly), and the late Michael J. (Suelin Chen); cherished uncle of Daniel and Mark Sisco, cousin and friend to many. He worked as Assistant Production Manager at Orval Kent Food Co. for about 17 years. He loved the Cubs and the Bears and played on a softball team after graduating Weber H.S. for a couple of years. He was good at puzzles since he was a child. Later, he became an avid crossword puzzle solver. He was good at figuring out Smart TV/Cable electronics and building things such as any kind of furniture. He had quite a movie collection. He was a friend indeed with a heart of gold. He helped our mom with taking care of her house. As his sister, I wish he could know how much all of us will miss him. Visitation Friday 9:30 AM until time of Mass 10:30 AM at St. Pascal Church (Irving and Melvina). Interment Maryhill Cemetery. All Covid-19 restrictions and protocols are to be followed and space may be limited. For info 773-777-3944 or www.gffh.com
8 thoughts on “Reginald Sisco”
So sorry to hear. Really enjoyed running in to him at the Sisco bbq’s. Was a good person.
Lots of great memories! Canada, Florida, fast pitch, alley hockey….RIP! My sincerest condolences to the family.
He was such a good son, brother, and brother-in-law. He will be greatly missed.
I have many great childhood memories of Reg. We played lots of video games, baseball, and alley hockey together. Memories I will cherish forever. Rest in Peace. My sympathy to his family and friends.
As Reg’s sister, I have so many great memories of him. I was 10 1/2 yrs old to the day, when he joined our family. He was the most beautiful baby in looks and disposition, a real bright light, a joy to us and to the extended family as well. I couldn’t wait for him to be born. He was born on my mom’s birthday, 7/9. My father told my mom, Reg was a birthday present from God. I will miss him so, so much. I love you Reg!
We are so sad to hear of Reggie’s passing. He was a kind soul who meant a lot to many people. We have many memories of family Thanksgivings and family gatherings. I was awed by his patience and calm, he will be greatly missed.
Reggie was smart and funny. We shared many great conversations standing in the kitchen on Thanksgivings. I will miss him very much
I am so grateful to have been able to visit with Reg and you all when we celebrated Daniel’s graduation. I wish we all had taken more time
to visit more often. My condolences to Aunt Nancy, Kathy, Scott, Rick, Claire, Daniel & Mark.