OBITUARY

Franklin Andrew Glavinick

May 30, 1934June 23, 2018

Franklin Andrew Glavinick, 84, son of Vide and Louisa (Sadar) Glavinick was born May 30, 1934 in Leadville, Colorado and died June 23, 2018 in Boise, Idaho. Married Jacquelyn Ann Gee August 23, 1959 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

He worked at several jobs throughout his life; Kaiser Steel in California, Suberban Gas Co in Colorado, the school district in Washington and Greeley meat packing company for 27 years retiring in 2009.

He liked tinkering with and fixing broken things, going for a car ride every day, going to casinos, and boats and water, taking an Alaskan cruise on their 50th Anniversary.

Survived by his wife Jackie; daughter Rita (Bill) Robinson Hirsch and son Dale (Caroline) Robinson and grandchildren Alex Hirsch, and Nathan and Selena Robinson; sisters-in-law Darlene Glavinick, Charlene Glavinick, Helen Glavinick, and several nieces and nephews. Preceeded in death by his parents and two sisters, Mary Carveth and Helen Louise Glavinick, and six brothers, Tony, Vide, Joe, John, and two others, John and George, who died as babies.

Memorial service at 11 a.m. Saturday June 30, 2018 at Stoddard Funeral Home Chapel, 3205 W 28th St, Greeley. Viewing will be from 10-11 prior to the service.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, June 30, 2018
  • Liturgical Service Saturday, June 30, 2018
  • Interment Monday, July 2, 2018
REMEMBERING

Franklin Andrew Glavinick

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Toni Piccinetti

June 29, 2018

I have a lot of great and fun memories of living in Greeley across the street from The Glavinick family. There was not many days or weekends where I was not hanging out with the family. You all were truly my second family in Colorado. As I got older and moved away from Colorado, I lost contact with most of you however I have never forgotten any of you.

Many "Thanks" to Jackie and Frank for always being there for my brother Joe while he remained living in Colorado. You treated him like your son. I was very appreciated of the kind things you did for him.

Franklin, I will never forgot your smile and especially your laugh. Rest in peace.




Melody Boyer

June 29, 2018

I only met you a few times and even had the pleasure of going with you and my dad to Black Hawk casinos.My dad thought alot of you and considered you a good friend.He loved working with you and thought you were even funny.He enjoyed coming over and mowing your lawn and you're visits..Now you and my dad can be together laugh together and tell your jokes.Heaven has another angel.Rest in peace Frank...lots of prayers for the family and all that knew him...


Joe Piccinetti

June 28, 2018

I have so many great memories of Franklin. I will always remember Franklin for his very distinct laugh, and smile. He had this look when he wanted something or for me to join him on one of his daily excursions. Those excursions meant going to a yard sale, Walmart or Kmart, for something he needed.

I will never forget Franklin & Jackie taking care of me during my rough college years. I would get a call from Uncle Franklin wondering if I was coming over for lunch or dinner that day? He would say "what else are you going to do"? So come on over! Franklin was so caring, and always looked out for me in so many ways. He always checked up on me daily, monthly, yearly.

If it wasn't for Franklin I would have never discovered Leadville, Colorado and the mountains for what they are to me today. Of course with Leadville came the Glavinick family up there. Mona, Sheila, and Johnny. The best memory I have of Franklin, and Leadville was the time we took up roofing tiles for Vidi's cabin near Halfmoon. I had the truck, and extra hands and Frank needed to get those tiles up to Leadville. So we loaded up that Isuzu pickup, and off we went crawling up the hills to Leadville. We finally pulled into town and got pulled over by the Leadville PD. Franklin was so upset that they just pulled us over to see what we were doing, and why? He told the cop "don't you know who I am"? Of course the police noted how dark my windows were tinted, and just sent us on our way. We laughed, and laughed as Franklin said " I sure told him".

Finally, as I said Franklin always was checking up on me. I was looking for a phone number the other day in an old phone to inform someone of Franklin's passing, and when I turned on the phone the voice mail screen was up. On the screen was an unheard voice mail from 11/17. That voice mail was Franklin checking up on me because he hadn't heard from me. Apparently he still is checking up on me.

FROM THE FAMILY