Joseph M. JURCAK, age 75. Beloved husband of 48 years to Jacqueline (nee Sekerak). Dearest father of Jason (Melissa), Jeff, and Julianne “Julie” Hughes (Tom). Loving grandfather of Payton, Ryan, Olivia, and Evan.
Joe was a retired Fire Captain for Cleveland Hopkins Airport Fire and Rescue with over 30 years of service. He was also a US Air Force Veteran & a member of the Eagles, Aerie 4204, Parma.
A Memorial Funeral Mass will be held at St. Bridget of Kildare Parish at 10am on Friday, February 10th preceded by visitation starting at 9:30am at the Church.
Messages of Condolence
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you
Know that you are all in my prayers. Heaven is rejoicing for another blessed soul. Sending much love.
My ‘BIRTHDAY BUDDY” will ALWAYS be in my heart and prayers..
He will be greatly missed here at the the “Eagles”.
Wishing his beloved family peace and comfort during this time.
To Jackie, Jason Jeff and Julie
I’m am so very sorry! Joe was such a wonderful man. I have known him
Since Jackie met him. My love to all of you. My heart breaks for you
I have such wonderful memories of Joe with Jackie. We spent so much time together. One of my best friends. May God comfort you at this time
All my love and prayers
I was so shocked hearing of Joe’s passing. We were great friends and golfing buddies. I will really miss him. I’m so sorry for your loss.
To Jackie, Julie, Jeff, and Jason,
WE are so sorry for your loss. Joe was a good man and the love he had for his family was obvious. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Cousins Kathy and Dave
Dear Jackie, Julie, Jeff and Jason, WE are sorry for your loss. Joe was a good man and his love for his family was obvious. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Cousins Kathy and Dave
I was extremely shocked to hear of his passing. We had many fun times at work and away from work. I am really glad I was able to know him as well as I did.
Well Mr J,
We had allot of fun…I’ll hold dear to the memories and thank you for being a part of my life. Who would have thought that those steak nights with your sons would turn into brotherhoods for life. We shared many stories and always laughs over the years… you always fretted me with open arms and your classic smile.. you are missed. Rest for now… you’ll need it for when we get there with you… it wouldn’t hurt to put in some good words for us too!
Jackie and family
I am so sorry for your loss. Joe was such a nice person. Loved all the good times we had boating. He will be missed. Linda Kennedy