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Kenneth Natale

Interment: Burial Private

Kenneth Natale (77) of Bloomingdale IL, passed away quietly Saturday, March 21st,2020 at Joliet Community Hospice in Joliet, from complications of pneumonia, emphysema and dementia.

Ken was born November 13th, 1942 in Chicago to Helen and Ralph Natale. He attended Reavis High School in Burbank Il. He was on the cross country team, baseball     team and played basketball all four years. He was named captain of the basketball team Senior year and he made the 1960 Chicago Tribune League All Star Basketball Squad.

Ken attended Weedens Barber College after high school. In 1962, Ken and his brother, Mickey opened Kings Kuts in Skokie Il. Later, Ken went on to work in other

careers in distribution and trucking.

Ken was a sports enthusiastic. He loved to watch his favorite teams.(Bears, Cubs, Bulls and Blackhawks) Ken looked forward to golfing, fishing, card games with the guys and celebrations with family and friends. Traveling with his long time love, Adrienne was something he cherished.

Ken is survived by his children, Kimberley(David)Mason and Kenneth Natale Jr.

He adored his three grandchildren, Bethany, Courtney and Bradley Mason. Adrienne Mikkelsen was his long time companion and always at his side. He is also survived by his

brother, Michael or Mickey(Gloria)Natale and Sister, Patricia(the late James)Danelski and numerous nieces.

Services for Ken Natale will be arranged at a later time.


Funeral Home

Salerno's Rosedale Chapels

Phone: (630) 889-1700
Address: 450 W. Lake Street Roselle IL, 60172

Interment Details

Burial Private


Posted by:
Mike Marlow

Posted on:
Monday, May 18, 2020

My condolences to the family and friends of Ken Natale. I was saddened to just learn of his passing less than two months ago. I used to work at OK Papers in Franklin Park, IL from 1979 to 1981 full time, then part time for a year a couple of years later. Ken was one of our truck drivers, and delivered paper products to our customers in the northern Chicago suburbs. I used to help load Ken's truck in the mornings, and remember Ken talking fondly of Chicago's sports teams, particularly the Cubs and Bears. He lived in Roselle at the time, if memory serves me correctly. He will be missed.