Updated: 01-07-16
It is with great sadness we inform you of the unexpected passing Victor D. Quilici late in the day on 12/11/2015.

Victor D. Quilici, Esq.; Beloved husband of Mary Jo (Coduto); Wonderful father of Victor, Gina Bauer and Lena (Charles) Roy; Proud Grandpa of Jimmy and Jaclyn Bauer and Isabella, Charles, and Nicholas Roy; Dear uncle to many nieces and nephews. Fond Brother in-law of Janet (Michael) Healy. Vic was preceded in death by his parents Luigi and Lena Quilici and 6 brothers and sisters.

Quilici was one of the principal litigants among those who brought actions against the Village of Morton Grove in 1981 to combat the then famous, or infamous, handgun ban-- depending on your point of view.

He was General Counsel for the Illinois State Rifle Association (ISRA), one of the foremost state association of its kind in the United States. Quilici also served as legal counsel in Illinois for the Collector Arms Dealers Association (CADA), one of the largest gun collectors association in the country. His legal work has included pro bono representation for the National League of Families of the American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia (MIA/POW) and the American Legion. When an outcry arose over abuse of the American flag, he helped organize supporters and wrote the petition against flag abuse which was ultimately signed by hundreds of thousands of patriotic Americans.

Victor D. Quilici is a veteran of the Korean War.

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