February 28th, 2017 3:15 PM
Elisia Mae Rattazzi, 77, who lived most of her life in Oak Park, died on Feb. 6, 2017. Born to Attilio and Rose Rattazzi in Kansas City, Kansas on May 23, 1939, she graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and retired from the Art Institute. She achieved her dream of being a professional artist.
Elisia is survived by her children, Susan Bohanon and Mark Bohanon; her ex-husband and friend, Jack Bohanon; her granddaughters, Kyrian Good and Ever and Fey Good; her sister, Judy (Jerry) Brownawell; her nephew, Jay (Melony) Brownawell and their children, Zach and Eliza; and her niece, Jamie Brownawell (Brett) Oswald and their children, Adalyn and Declan.
Services will be held in Sedona, Arizona.
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