BENDICK, Frank C. Age 84. Beloved son of the late John Bendick Sr., and Rosa Shinkovitch. Dear brother of the following deceased: Marie Stehura, Helen Boettcher, Rose Hammer, Johanna Bendick, John Jr., Catherine Deimling, Alice Bendick, Vera Vehonsky, and Paul. Loving uncle of Rose Marie Farabaugh, June Jacob, Barbara Lesiak, Hildegard Turek, Karen Stroh, and Regina Vehonsky. Dear friend to many. WWII US Army veteran and purple heart recipient.
MEMORIAL SERVICE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, AT 11:00 a.m. AT THE ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL RD., PARMA (BETWEEN RIDGE AND SNOW), PRECEDED BY ONE HOUR OF VISITATION BEGINNING AT 10:00 a.m.
Messages of Condolence
Barb and Jim – we were very sorry to hear about Uncle Frank, we know he has been a big part of your life and he will be missed. My your memories of him get you through this difficult time.
God Bless, Love –
Richard & Lori
We enjoyed hearing about Uncle Frank’s travels & his dogs over the years. We’ll miss him & his stories. He was blessed to live at home until the end. He’ll be in our thoughts & prayers Thursday. We’ll also light a candle at our church for his family during this difficult time.
Chris & Yvonne
Sorry for your loss. We lived next door to Frank for approx 13 yrs and always enjoyed talking with him. We used to help him around his building with small chores.
He will be missed
Sorry for you loss.We lived next door to Frank and always enjoyed talking with him. We used to help him around his building doing small chores. He will be missed.Take Care
Frank was my dear friend and neighbor for 20 yrs. Frank would take me out to eat often and I would have him over for a home cooked meal. We were good company for each other. I will miss him. Nancy Wilson.
Mr. Benick was the best landlord one could ever ask for. He was a really good man, Animal Lover, Freindly, He will be missed
May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed through the mercy of God, rest in peace Amen
deepest sympathy. I remember the old days as a neighbor and friend on laverne ave in parma . also the number of times you would take me to see john and dorothy.
Though my family has not have the honor of spending much time with Uncle Frank, we will remember him for being so spry and engaging in conversaton. The kind of person that we would like to be when we get to his age. The doors of heaven have opened and a grand celebration and reunion are taking place. Until we meet again, Uncle Frank…….
Christine, Eric, Paige and Sage