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Frank M. Zelencik

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Zenska Jednota

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Loving father of Frank (Christine) Carper, late Deborah Carper, Danny (Laura) Carper, twins, Judy (Eric) Ehlin and Trudy (Larry) Reyna.Frank M. ZelencikSon, Frank Zelencik.Frank was employed at Inland Steel for over 35 years.He graduated from East Chicago Roosevelt High School in 1930 and earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Oglethorpe University in 1938, served as Chief Petty Officer at the Great Lakes Naval Station and served in the Navy during WWII from 1942-1945.A member of Zenska Jednota, American Legion Post #20 Crown Point and St. Mary Catholic Church for 54 years.Frank was inducted into the East Chicago Athletic Hall of Fame, the Oglethorpe Athletic Hall of Fame and played for the 1939 Chicago Cardinals Football Team.Frank loved his country, his family, his music and sports.He was a good neighbor and will be missed by his family and many friends.In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to the Northwest Indiana Lupus Foundation, the American Lung Association or the charity of your choice.For information call 219-663-2500 or visit www.geisenfuneralhome.comBack to top | Return to homepageMore stories from Obituaries:Obituaries (A - J)Obituaries (K - Z)


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