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John Bacevicius V

March 8, 1953 November 12, 2017
John Bacevicius V
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John Anthony Bacevicius V died on November 12, 2017. He wrote and taught under the name "John Bace."
A son, John A. Bacevicius VI, of East Longmeadow, Massachusetts, survives him.
He was a graduate of Zion Benton Township High School (1971); Rockford College (1975); Northwestern University (1982); and John Marshall Law School (2008). He was accepted into candidacy for a PhD at The Union Institute and left ABD in 1991.
He worked as a journalist for United Press International, WCFL, WIND, and WBBM-AM all in Chicago. At IBM Corporation, he worked in public relations and market research in Chicago and New York. He spent eight years teaching at Northwestern University; three years part-time and five years full-time at the Medill School of Journalism. Finally, the last job in his work life was as a writer, researcher, and analyst at IT research firm Gartner, INc. for 13 years. He retired as Vice President and Research Direction in July 2011.
As an Eagle Scout (his self-professed greatest accomplishment), a contribution to the Boy Scouts of America is requested in lieu of flowers. Please contact the Northeast Illinois Council, 2745 Skokie Valley Road, HIghland Park, IL 60035 (telephone 1-847-433-1813) to donate.

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Saint Casimir Lithuanian Cemetery Final Resting Place

4401 West 111th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60655

4401 West 111th Street Chicago 60655 Illinois
United States

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