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Frank George Urbaneck, Jr.



Frank George "Cuz" Urbaneck Jr. Obituary

Frank George Urbaneck Jr., "Cuz", born December 12, 1955 went to be with our Lord July 11, 2012 at the age of 56. Frank beat his battle with cancer last year only to lose the battle this year, after he married off both of his children. He was so looking forward to grandchildren. Frank was big hunter and fisherman. He enjoyed every trip he made to the coast and the deer lease. Frank worked for Best A/C for 18 years, prior to that he worked in the oil field. He survived by his wife of 31 years, Yvonne Urbaneck, daughter Amanda M. Drzymalla and husband Joseph, son Frank G. Urbaneck III and wife Nichole, brother Marshall L. Urbaneck, 2 grandchildren Alicia and Madison Drzymalla. Visitation will begin Monday, July 16, 2012 from 6:00PM - 9:00PM at Chapel Hill Funeral Home. Funeral service will be 10:00AM, Tuesday, July 17, 2012 at Chapel Hill Funeral Home. Interment will follow in Chapel Hill Memorial Park. Services entrusted to:

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08/25/14 05:51 PM #1    

William Truesdale Cox, Jr.

Frank was really a good solid guy.  

I remember first working with him in my freshmen shop class.  He was my partner.  There was a metal lathe that I wanted to use and the teacher, Mr. Wallace, did not even know how to use it.  Still, Mr. Wallace did encouraged us to try. The first thing we had to do was repair the lathe and then acquire some cutting tools.  We did get it running, and we did make a few things.  Frank was competent and fun to work with.  I still remember his laugh.  

Frank went on to work in the oil fields for a while but later became an HVAC technican.  My wife always relied on Frank to assure our system was running properly, until Frank lost his battle with cancer a couple of years ago.

People that knew him appreciated him.

08/26/14 09:44 PM #2    

Theodore David Ball

Frank and I were friends for many years, rooming together in college, then worked and roomed together in the oilfield for several years.

We kept in touch after I moved to Wyoming and I would make a point to visit he and his family any time I was near SA. He managed to make a trip to Wyoming for a deer and antelope hunt many years ago. He was a hoot to be around, always in good humor, and always willing to help out when and where he could.

Yes, he was indeed a solid man and I too miss his laugh. No matter how long between our get togethers or long distance talks nothing ever changed with Frank.

He is sorely missed.


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