Kris Tica Obituary, Death – Ned Galic of Highland, George Galic and Laura Galic of Arizona, and Neda Galic of Highland; brothers, Vaso Tica of Highland and Marko (Zirica) Tica of Country Side, Illinois; sister, Diane (Bato) Jovic of Burr Ridge, Illinois; nieces and nephews: Kris, Nikola, Natasha, Milan, and Milica; several aunts, uncles, and numerous Kumovi and dear friends in the United States and abroad.
On Monday, November 3, 2003, at 10:00 a.m., funeral services are going to take place DIRECTLY at the St. George Serbian Orthodox Church in Schererville, Indiana. These services are going to be held in honor of the deceased. The location of the church can be found in the state of Indiana. During the time when the event is taking place, the Very Reverend Dragoljub Popovich will serve as the presiding bishop and preside over the proceedings.
At rest, Calumet Park Cemetery, Merrillville, IN. At the Lincoln Ridge Funeral Home on Sunday evening, friends and family are cordially invited to express their condolences and pay their respects in honor of the deceased. The wake will begin at seven o’clock in the evening and will be held at the funeral home in Schererville, Indiana, which is situated at 7607 W. Lincoln Highway (which is on Route 30 east of Cline Avenue).
The wake will be held at the funeral home. The visitation will start at five in the afternoon and go on until nine in the evening. It will go all day. The Pomen Prayer Service will begin at seven o’clock on Sunday evening, and it will take place every week. Angie was a member of two Serbian religious organizations, the Circle of Serbian Sisters and the St. George Serbian Orthodox Church, at one point or another in her life. Both of these groups are considered to be Serbian in origin.