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Frank A Kozlevchar

Frank A Kozlevchar

December 10, 1939 - July 2, 2020

Loving Father, Grandfather and Great-Grandfather. <br /> <br /> Born Dec. 10, 1939 in Coketon, W. Virginia to John Kozlevchar and Sophie Slugar. <br /> Died July 2, 2020 in The Villages, Florida. <br /> <br /> Frank resided in Wickliffe, Ohio <br /> Mayfield Village, Ohio and The Villages, Florida. <br /> <br /> Frank had a passion for restoring old cars and enjoyed playing golf. <br /> He retired from Eaton Corp. where he was a Information Systems manager. <br /> <br /> He was preceded in death by his parents, Brother John J. Kozlevchar and Son Jeffrey S. Kozlevchar. <br /> <br /> Frank was survived by Daughter Denise M. Landry, Grandson Jourdane W. Landry, Granddaughter Desirae C. Landry, Great-Granddaughter Leilani S. Landry and long time companion Joanne Urankar. <br /> <br /> Upcoming funeral mass to be announced at a later date.

Services by
National cremation society , The villages, Florida
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    I remember as a kid going over to Aunt Sophie's and watching the guys play cards and shoot the breeze. Christmas Eve was a party and Uncle Frank, Uncle John, Hardy and dad just having a good old time.
    Rest In Peace Uncle Frank!
    Steve Suder Jul 17, 2020
    We are so sorry for your loss. We will cherish our memories of Frank and be grateful for the time we had with such a special person.
    Sincerely, Kevin & Patty Bertelsen
    Kevin & Patty Bertelsen Jul 16, 2020
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    Frank was like a brother to me since we were young kids in Cleveland Ohio. My Mom and I were Lucky to have lived with Frank, his parents and his brother after my Father was killed in WWII. Frank watched over me, always. Cared about my health, called me often, together at family reunions, vacations together with my husband and I. Played golf with Dave, my husband, as we enjoyed some summer times together. He was quiet, kind, thoughtful and giving to family. I will truly miss our phone calls as we recaptured our memories and laughed, a lot! God Bless you, my Brother, Cousin. Loved you always.
    Patricia A. Moore Jul 14, 2020
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