Raenata Kampp-Glazik

April 26, 1935 - March 22, 2021

Raenata Kampp-Glazik, 85, North Aurora, passed away Monday, March 22, 2021 at her home.  She was born April 26, 1935 in Chicago, IL the daughter of George and Ruth Lehman. 

Raenata’s life was fulfilled with Faith and Family.  She was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Batavia, IL.  Her desire to serve other through her Lord and Savior was big, she served as a Stephens minister, volunteered to cook for the Lazarus House and sang in the Spirit of Life Choir; just to name a few.  In her spare time, she loved spending time with her family.  The memories created while spending time with her family and friends; especially the time at her Lake Delevan Cottage will be cherished forever.   

She is survived by her husband, Eugene Glazik; her children, Kathy Balleto, Laura (Dewey) Jancik, Cynthia McCabe, James (Donna) Wagner, and Victoria (Ronald) McFarland; a son-in-law, Christopher Hogan, eighteen grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren; as well as her extended stepfamily, Connie (William) Pearce, Jeff (Rita) Glazik, Tony (Laurie) Glazik, Angie (James) Douglas; fourteen step-grandchildren; and eight step-great-grandchildren; a brother Ronald Lehman, and a sister Sheryl (Julie) Lehman.

In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her two children, Diane Hogan and Jill Wagner, a grandson, Dylan Wagner and her stepson Christopher Glazik.  

Visitation and funeral services will be held private.  Interment took place at St. Michael Cemetery, Wheaton, IL. 

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  • Anita Schmidt Rae was such a beautiful person she will be missed so much in this world, but I know she is not only with her lord, she is with her good friends, including my mother Pat, who loved her dearly. I imagine that right now they are reminiscing about their hilarious escapades together, like being "picture ladies" cramming to study the renaissance artists the night before presenting to the first grade class, with "butterflies in their stomachs." Or leading a troop of Girl Scouts to blaze a trail which resulted in the entire troop waiting at the entrance of the camp ground, with police standing by, for the their fearless leaders to find them by following the trail they blazed. I think we all got our badges in the end. They both deserve badges for heroism in motherhood and friendship. We love and miss you Rae. Love and hugs to your beautiful family.