Frank Joseph Zacek

Born: Thu., Jun. 4, 1936
Died: Sun., May 5, 2019

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Frank Zacek passed away May 5, 2019 at the hospital in Ronan, MT. Frank was born in Lindsay, Nebraska on June 4, 1936, the son of Peter and Violet Zacek. The family moved and resided in Niobrara, Nebraska where his father ran the family business, Sanitary Meat Market. Frank graduated Niobrara High School in 1954. After high school, Frank joined the Army and served from 1956-1962.

He married the love of his life Josephine H. Lingle on December 7,1957. After being married they moved to California and in 1972 they resided in Elk Point, South Dakota before retiring in Ronan, Montana in 2014. They remained happily married for 62 years.

Frank was in the Painters Union and worked for Tri State Drywall for many years and then had his own dry wall company in Elk Point, SD.

He is survived by his wife Josephine of Ronan, MT, two daughters; Vicki Sundleaf(Rodney) of Tacoma, WA, Jayne Hoffman(Charlie) of Ronan, MT, five grandchildren; Courtney Murphey, Rhiannon McCrea(Robert), Steffen Rosenbaum, Hayley Salois, Trinity Rosenbaum, his twelve great grandchildren that brought him much joy, his sisters Irene Blackford, Francis Lingle(Charles), and  brother Donald Zacek(Marlene), many nieces and nephews that he loved very much and his beloved pets Frankie Jo, Buck, and Squirrel.

He is preceded in death by his parents Peter and Violet Zacek, his son Gregory, his sister Genevieve Baker, and brothers Robert, James, and William Zacek.

A service and celebration of Frank’s life will be held at a later date.

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Kevin Bliss
   Posted Wed May 08, 2019
My sincerest condolences. I worked with Frank in the late nineties and always enjoyed having him on the job. He was a real gentleman. I will never forget our conversations over coffee during breaks. He shared his knowledge of his trade as well as a laugh with me. He is always remembered with a smile.


Dave & Rhonda Lingle
   Posted Wed May 08, 2019
Our deepest sympathies to the entire family. We are thinking of you all and sending our love.

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