Frank John Pawluc

January 28, 1937April 1, 2012

Frank John Pawluc Born January 28, 1937 Lynn, Massachusetts Passed April 1, 2012, Burbank, California

Parents Julian and Mary Pawluc

Married Cecile September 3, 1965

When Frank passed on Palm Sunday, he was at home with his wife Cecile at his side surrounded by family. Children; Anthony, John, Donna, granddaughter Brittney Sister Blanche Tibbitts, Brothers-in-law Lewis Tibbitts, Roger Mercier and Bob McPherson with several nieces & nephews.

Professionally, Frank was a Savings & Loan Executive Vice President. He also worked with Steven Pawluc Realty, performed his own Real Estate Development projects, was a skilled Carpenter, and started his own Private Charter Business “J. A. F. Travelers” after he retired.

Honorably discharged from the U.S. Army 1966 University of Buffalo & Indiana

City of Burbank Planning Board, Burbank Elks, Roving Antlers, Burbank Exchange Club, Glendale Moose, American Legion, March of Dimes, played/managed countless Burbank and Toluca Lake Softball and Bowling teams. For over 20 years, Frank coached Little League Baseball and Soccer teams. Frank was a strong, positive, proud man who loved and worked hard for his family. He was a good friend, neighbor and counselor. When he entered a room, you always knew he was present.

He loved his dogs and played ball with them daily.

Right up to the end, Frank “did it his way” and at his emphatic request, he will be cremated and return home with no public funeral. A Celebration of Life will be held on April 22, 2012. To RSVP, email or call 818-843-3155 In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made in Frank Pawluc’s name to the Oncology Department at Providence Saint Joseph Hospital or the Motion Picture and Television Fund.


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April 10, 2012

Dear Cissy, John & Anthony, I am truly sorry for your loss! Frank was a wonderful person and he will always hold a special place in my heart. My prayers are will you all...always.

Kathi McGeorge

Bill & Jill Hardash

April 6, 2012

Dear Cecile, John and Anthony,

Frank was a great guy, a good friend and a great first baseman. He will be missed a lot.

April 5, 2012

Connie & Paul Brochu from Maine & Florida

Cecile, Regret not being with you at this
time, You are in our thoughts and
prayers. Our deepest Sympathy