In memory of
John M. Hrankowski
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In memory of
John M. Hrankowski
Hrankowski, John M. Greece: March 22, 2011. He is survived by his wife, Mary Ann Natalie-Hrankowski; son, David P. Hrankowski; sister, Mary Ann (Donald) Weather; brother, Robert (Patricia) Hrankowski; in-laws, Matthew (Livia) Natalie; beloved nieces and nephews; faithful pup "Baci". John was a survivor of the assault on the U.S.S. Liberty, and a recipient of the Purple Heart. Anyone who inquired John told the story of the attack on the U.S.S. Liberty and considered all he met his friend. A highlight of his life was the dedication on 6/12/2010 of a Memorial Monument at Ontario Beach Park for the Ship and crew sponsored by the VFW Healy Post. He was a life member of the Vietnam Veteran Chapter 20 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Thomas Healy Post 16, Liberty Veterans Association and the Knights of Columbus Cardinal Slipyj Council #10949. John remained faithful to his church, family, with a special devotion to Blessed Pope John Paul II. John retired from the Monroe County Sheriff Office in 1989 Courts Division. The family will receive friends on Thursday 9:30 AM at the lower level of St. Josaphat's Ukrainian Catholic Church, where his Funeral Liturgy will be offered at 10:30 AM. Special gratitude to his great physicians; Drs. Tim Mathew, David Cheeran, Stephen Ettinghausen, Paul Bernstein, G. Oleyourryk, James Maxwell, John Phelan and Thomas Arnone. Donations may be made to St. Josaphat's Church or a charity of your choice in his memory. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
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In memory of
John M. Hrankowski
Hrankowski, John M. Greece: March 22, 2011. He is survived by his wife, Mary Ann Natalie-Hrankowski; son, David P. Hrankowski; sister, Mary Ann (Donald) Weather; brother, Robert (Patricia) Hrankowski; in-laws, Matthew (Livia) Natalie; beloved nieces and nephews; faithful pup "Baci". John was a survivor of the assault on the U.S.S. Liberty, and a recipient of the Purple Heart. Anyone who inquired John told the story of the attack on the U.S.S. Liberty and considered all he met his friend. A highlight of his life was the dedication on 6/12/2010 of a Memorial Monument at Ontario Beach Park for the Ship and crew sponsored by the VFW Healy Post. He was a life member of the Vietnam Veteran Chapter 20 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Thomas Healy Post 16, Liberty Veterans Association and the Knights of Columbus Cardinal Slipyj Council #10949. John remained faithful to his church, family, with a special devotion to Blessed Pope John Paul II. John retired from the Monroe County Sheriff Office in 1989 Courts Division. The family will receive friends on Thursday 9:30 AM at the lower level of St. Josaphat's Ukrainian Catholic Church, where his Funeral Liturgy will be offered at 10:30 AM. Special gratitude to his great physicians; Drs. Tim Mathew, David Cheeran, Stephen Ettinghausen, Paul Bernstein, G. Oleyourryk, James Maxwell, John Phelan and Thomas Arnone. Donations may be made to St. Josaphat's Church or a charity of your choice in his memory. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
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