MARSAK, Frank A. Age 79. Beloved husband of the late Evelyn (nee Trefney). Dear father of Lynne Weinberger (Charlie), and Nancy Ludwig (Joe). Loving grandfather of Charlie A., Evan, Elaina, and Michael. Loving companion of Marge Vargo. US Army Veteran.
The family invites his friends to attend a military service at Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery on Friday, February 13, at 2:00 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, Frank’s request was that friends book the next flight to Puerto Vallarta. Arrangements by The Zabor Funeral Home, 440-884-5035.
Messages of Condolence
My deepest sympathy goes out to Frank’s family. I thank him/Evelyn for presenting me with a beloved daughter in law. Love you Nancy.
Frank and I met at the Karlan Club and we became friends. Some time he needed help with his computer, so I would go to his house and help him out. We were good friends. You have our deepest sympathy. Donna and Rudy novotny
So sad to hear about your father….just thinking of you at this time. Victor Boschini
Perry and I are very sorry for your loss, Lynne and Nancy. Our condolences to your whole (and our) family, as to all of Frank’s loved ones and friends, as well. If we ever make it to Puerta Vallarta, I am sure he will smile and come with us spiritually! With Love, Perry and Annie
Dear Lynne, Chas, Charlie and Evan –
I JUST learned of your dad’s death and cannot tell you how sorry I am. I will keep you in my prayers and can only hope that you will find some comfort in all of the wonderful memories you have of him.
Sending you love,
My sincerest condolences to all of you – my wish is that you have many memories of all the love and time he shared with each of you. Your father lives on through his progeny, continuing to his grandchildren – how successful he was to have children who in turn had their own children – take comfort that each generation contains part of him… my thoughts are with you all. Love, Margaret
I only now (April 2016), thinking about getting in touch with Frank, “googling up” foud out about him passing away … 7 years ago.
My sincerest condolences.
When we escaped from at that time communist Czechoslovakia, making it to “Best location in the nation”, Cleveland, OH (actually Oberlin) and then on SVU (Czechoslovak Society for Arts and Sciences) congress in Cleveland, where I first met Frank. He arranged for my interview with Chief Structural Engineer at H.K. Ferguson, where Frank was very well regarded professional for many years. It was because of him that I got hired, yes, only as “Senior Drafsman, while I had MSCE in Europe but I and my family were very happy … I didn;t need to start as manual laborer. Heavy overtime and interesting projects (Anhauser Bush and Saudi Arabia) followed and soon – thanks such quick start and thanks to Frank – I become consulting engineer and moved on.
I visited Frank at his home last time in mid 2000s, thanking him for that huge help as he alsonavigated me through company’s politics etc.
Frank was one of those exceptional, good and talented people.
It was a privilege to know him.