Frank H. Blotnick, Jr. of Wickliffe passed away on March 27, 2015. He is survived by his loving wife Anna M. (nee Yauneridge); sons Frank H. III (wife Virginia) of Mentor, John L. of Texas and James M. (wife Lisa) of Huntsburg; daughter Cheryl A. Gaidelis (husband James) of Maple Heights; grandchildren Brian (wife Debby) and Matthew Blotnick; Anthony Weybrecht; Amanda Weybrecht; Nicholas Weybrecht (wife Christina) and Great grandchildren, Tyler and Ariana; and sisters Vaughn Bentley and Elizabeth DeMarco. Frank was preceded in death by his parents Frank H. Blotnick Sr. and Mary Blotnick (nee Canyock); and sisters Clementine Miller, Helen Gillespie, Reta Hurley and Ethel Rettig.
Frank was employed as a millwright at Republic Steel for over 30 years. He was a handyman who loved to build and fix things. He also loved to go camping and fishing and was a man who loved his cars and motorcycles. Mostly, he will be remembered as a giving and hardworking man who loved his family.
Christian Prayer Service Tuesday March 31, 2015 at 11:30 AM at the DeJohn-Flynn-Mylott Funeral Home of Willoughby Hills, 28890 Chardon Road (between Bishop Road & Rt. 91), Fr. Thomas Behrend of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church will be officiating. Cremation following by DeJohn Crematory. Family will receive friends to pay tribute to and celebrate the life of Frank Monday 4-8 at the FUNERAL HOME.
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Mimi (Hurley) Tramte
Rest in Peace Uncle Frank! My thoughts and Prayers are with all of the family. He was such a great man. I loved his simple humor and I will always remember his kindness.
William &Richard Weiss
Dear Annie & Family, Our deepest condolences & prayers are with you in this time of sorrow. Frank will be missed. Love, Bill & Rick
Bob & Gayle Rettig
Sweet Aunt Annie and Family, We forever treasure Uncle Frank’s and your affection and upbeat spirit. We pray you’re surrounded by God’s love, comfort and reassurance that He is with you and has Uncle Frank in his eternal care. Love you, Bob and Gayle
Karen Bentley Tisor
I have such great memories of Uncle Frank growing up. He was always a softie (to the nieces and nephews anyway) and let us do what we wanted at his beautiful home (thanks to Aunt Annie for the awesome decor). I always had fun there! I’m so grateful he is enjoying a new “pain free” body and partying with Jesus. See you in heaven Uncle Frank! Love you, Karen …Psalm 23
We will truly miss this fine man. He meant everything to the Richard’s family. I am sure he is saying hello to Big Red and Mae. Good journey sweet prince.
My prayers are with the family in this time of need. He’s remembered to as a sweet, loving man. God bless you Frank, it’s time to rest now.
sue corrigan and family
Frank we know how much you loved your dad.. Our hearts and prayers are with you at this sad time.
Freddie & Victoria Jaros
Cheryl. Amanda and Jim..Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. Find comfort in your memories …
Dad, i will always remember you and love you.