Reynolds Hamrick Funeral Homes & Crematory

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Frank Robert Wojcik

January 6, 1938November 8, 2019

Frank R. Wojcik, better known to his family and friends as “Fran”, of Fishersville, VA, formerly of Milford, PA, passed from this earth to be with his Holy loving Father on November 8, 2019. His loving wife, JoAnne M. Wojcik, by his side.

Frank was born in Wilkes-Barre, PA to Angela and Frank Wojcik on January 6, 1938. He attended Marymount High School, Trenton State College and Mercer County Community College. He was active in the Navel Reserves where he served for two years before transferring to the Coast Guard as an ensign, where he served in active duty during the Vietnam War. Upon discharge, Fran worked for Plasma Physics Laboratory in Princeton, NJ as an electrician. He was “bit” by the apiary bug after being given a hive of honeybees and his business, “Jinglestone Honey Farm”, was born. He ran his business until retiring and going to work for the state of NJ and Rutgers University doing honeybee research. Frank was a lover of God’s creation, enjoying gardening, fishing, hunting, camping and being outdoors. Frank was an active member of the NJ Beekeepers Association, US Coast Guard Auxiliary and the Presbyterian Evangelical Church in Milford, PA, prior to moving to Virginia.

Additionally, Frank was a facilitator at the America’s Keswick Colony of Mercy in Whiting, NJ, hospital chaplain, and bible teacher. He founded and narrated the “Lampstand Radio Program” which featured music and scriptural commentary weekly on WYRS-NJ 97.1FM radio.

Frank is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 60 years, JoAnne (Slavinski); daughter, Suzanne Knudsen and her husband, Mark of Stockton, NJ; daughter, Judy Smith and her husband, Wesley of Fishersville, VA, and son, Robert Wojcik of Middlebury, VT, and three grandchildren, Wesley, Maximilian, and Krystian.

A service of celebration will be held at Zion Lutheran Church in Waynesboro, VA on November 13, 2019 at 10 am with internment to follow at the church cemetery.

The family wishes to thank family and friends for their support and prayers including the members of Zion Lutheran Church and Legacy Hospice for their loving, supportive staff caring for Frank and his family.

In Lieu of flowers, the family asks donations be made to Zion Lutheran Church in celebration of Frank Wojcik.


  • Memorial Service Wednesday, November 13, 2019


Frank Robert Wojcik

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Mary Ann Dougherty

November 13, 2019

Dear JoAnne and Family
Thinking of you and sending our deepest sympathy to you at this sad time.
Keeping you in our prayers!
Mary Ann and Family

Mary Ann Dougherty

November 12, 2019

Dear JoAnne and Family,
Thinking of you and sending our deepest sympathy and prayers.
Mary Ann and Family

Laraine Kensicki

November 11, 2019

How great is the Father's love for you. His comfort and peace be yours.

Nancy Stasyshyn

November 11, 2019

Frank and Joann are dear friends in Christ. I loved them like parents since mine passed away before I was 36. Frank had a quiet and strong spirit. He loved the Lord, he spoke what was on his mind and shared from the heart and his long life experiences.

Although I spoke of keeping in touch these past years, I did not and for that I am sad. I know he is celebrating and praising the Lord right now and for that I am grateful.

With love and hugs to Joann and her dear family.

Don and Nancy Stasyshyn
Milford, PA

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