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Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow purchased by Mr. Roberto Hung and his eldest daughter, son-in-law Nathan S. Wittler Patriquin from September 2nd, 1993 through September 2nd, 1996 at the corner of Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard, one block northeast of St. Pius X Catholic Church, and one block southwest from Westmore Elementary School in the Village of Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois 60148 USA. The Hung Family Garden has native DuPage County perennials, classic Chinese woody peonies, lavender, Sensation Lilacs, syringa vulgaris, fragrant Miss Kim lilac bushes, forsythia bushes, Canterbury bells, lilies of the valley borders, strawberries, allium, bleeding hearts, and other gardeners' collectibles.
Mr. Roberto Hung, Sr., J.D. was lured to the Village of Lombard at the pre-retirement age of sixty-two (62) with the promise of the American Dream, to own a Lombard home by investing in the security of his lifetime pension at Felt-Products, Inc. in Skokie, Illinois, accrued from full-time employment at the gasket manufacturing corporation, with profit-sharing benefits, 401K retirement funds, investments, and savings earning coveted by DuPage County investors, realtors in Glen Ellyn, and friends of his youngest son Robert S. Hung and ex-wife, Mrs. Gardenia Fong Ramos, who had purchased a Lombard home at 347 Harrison in 1992, near the Lombard Park District Sunset Knolls, along Finley Road and Harrison Street, near Main Street. His youngest son asked Mr. Roberto Hung to move from Chicago and live nearby in DuPage County, Illinois. From 1993 through 1998, Mr. Roberto Hung was deceived by Lombard, his youngest son and realtor investor friends, into spending all his lifetime pension funds, profit-sharing, and retirement savings in the Village of Lombard and DuPage County real estate--he was murdered five (5) years after he arrived as a taxpayer, Lombard resident homeowner, and U.S. citizen in DuPage County, Illinois USA.
In order to be near his son and ex-wife, Mr. Roberto Hung purchased a 3-level historic Lombard bungalow at 502 S. Westmore Avenue and Washington Boulevard for his private family home, with the financial support of his eldest daughter and son-in-law Nathan Scott Wittler, who leased the first floor level, while Roberto Hung lived on the second floor in-law level. All three members of the Hung-Wittler Family were working and earning income in Illinois, as taxpayers, residents, and U.S. citizens.
Since 1993, the Village of Lombard and DuPage County have been using the private Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung and Family and assets for public purposes and access to trespassing and law enforcement municipal operations arranged by the Lombard Police and Fire Department in DuPage County, Illinois.
IN MEMORY OF MR. ROBERTO HUNG, SR., J.D. , LOMBARD RESIDENT HOMEOWNER, TAXPAYER, AND U.S. CITIZEN, WHO WAS MURDERED AT VENCOR NORTHLAKE HOSPITAL BY RESPIRATORY THERAPIST BEN AGUILAR ON JUNE 18 1998 AND PASSED ON JUNE 25 1998, FIVE YEARS AFTER HIS YOUNGEST SON ROBERT S. HUNG JR. ASKED HIS FATHER TO BUY TWO LOMBARD HOMES . MR. ROBERTO HUNG WAS BORN ON JUNE 7, 1931. HE DIED AT THE EARLY AGE OF 67, SHORTLY AFTER HIS BIRTHDAY.
Lombard Taxpayer, Resident Homeowner in DuPage County, Illinois USA
Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung and Family in the Village of Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois USA
502 S. WESTMORE-MEYERS ROAD AND WASHINGTON ROAD, LOMBARD, DUPAGE COUNTY ILLINOIS 60148 USA