JACKUNAS FRANK, died July 6, 2013, age 72, in New Mexico under the loving care of his wife of 35 years Patricia, and children. Proud father of Gregory, Jolie, Kevin, Saule, Christopher, Katie and David. Known to his grandchildren as Papa Frank. He will be missed by all of us, and remembered by all he met. He was a great man, may he rest in peace & remain in our hearts forever.
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So sorry to hear of Frank' s passing. I will notify other U of D grads who knew and played football with Frank. A great player and a greater guy. My heartfelt sypathies to the whole family
I will miss you daddy, I love you very much!!
I am so sorry to read about Frank's passing. He was a teammate of mine at Assumption High School-football- 1956- my protector as it were- Frank at centre-me at QB. He was a great person and a wonderful athlete. My sincerest condolences to his wife, Patricia, and their children and grandchildren. He was indeed a great man.I have notified many of the team of ohis passing. So sorry.
I played football with Frank in 1956 at Assumption High School in Windsor Ontario. He was a terrific player and a quiet and studious student. My condolences to the family.
I so sorry to hear my Cousin Frank passed away. He is in my prays. His Aunt Dela, Krajewski also is sorry to hear this.
We are working on plans for a gathering; please email me your contact info if you are interested email@example.com Thank you for all the kind words :) he will be dearly missed!
Pat, I am so sorry to hear about Franks passing. I remember the fun times we had, when our family would go to Wolf Lake for a week in the summer! Those were the good old days! He and his sister Annie, were the only cousins I knew. I also remember when I was in High School, and my girl friend and I went to see him play football at Assumption!! He was the greatest! He will be missed!
I remember Frank trusting Kevin and me as teenagers with his beautiful vintage car years ago - he always seemed like a really great guy; very cool and very generous. My deep condolences to his entire family.
It was pleasure to be frank's mailman all these years. I'll miss him coming out to the box with his dog to meet me and chat. God bless you frank, and all your family in their grief.