Thomas Franklin Krafczyk

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Thomas Franklin
Krafczyk

Krafczyk , Thomas F. “Tom”

April 15, 2014 age 71 years. Beloved husband of Penny ( nee-Hunt). Loving father of Laura and Cindy. Dear uncle of Adam (Jess) Hunt and Kate (Jeff) Sorensen. Great uncle of Clara and Vincent Dyson Hunt. Further survived by other relatives and many good friends. Please gather with the family Wed April 23, 2014 at ST. VERONICA CHURCH 4001 S. Whitnall Ave. 5:00 pm until time of MEMORIAL MASS AT 6:00pm. Memorials to The Wisconsin Humane Society or Fr. Marks wish list at St. Veronica Church appreciated.

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Past Comments

D'Anita

My deepest sympathy to all in your family for the loss you have suffered. May you find comfort in your family, friends and the future promises in God’s word. He has promised to end death forever and reunite us with our dear loved ones (Rev 21:4 & John 5:28, 29) May you continue to remember the fond memories of your loved one

D'Anita

My deepest sympathy to all in your family for the loss you have suffered. May you find comfort in your family, friends and the future promises in God’s word. He has promised to end death forever and reunite us with our dear loved ones (Rev 21:4 & John 5:28, 29) May you continue to remember the fond memories of your loved one

Lauren Lewis

Tom, my little buckwheat is gone but will not be forgotten. He was always in the windowing waving good morning or to say good night to you. Let the heavens rejoice as they received a kind hearted man. It was a pleasure to work with Tom. Lauren Lewis

Linda Stumpf

Tom, a wonderful brother-in-law to have had. A kind and gentle soul with a startling sense of humor. His passion for auto racing brought him alive like nothing else accept his family. His family held his heart and would never let go. A good man leaves our company.
Linda Hunt Stumpf

Adam Hunt

My uncle Tom was one of the most kind and wonderful people I’ve ever known. His love for his family is an inspiration for all of us. He put everything into loving and taking care of Penny and his girls. As a father of two children of my own, I will always look up to Tom, and I only hope I can do as good of a job as he did raising a family. I’ll always treasure the memories of his peaceful nature and watching Thanksgiving football together. It is a rare and unique opportunity to know and spend time with such a calm and caring man.

He will be missed more than words can describe.

Adam, Jessica, Clara, and Vincent

Glenn Menzia

Tom was the nicest person I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Gregarious and always upbeat. Tom was someone who cared more about others than himself. He often spoke fondly of his wife and daughters. I’ll always remember the time we shared working together and especially calling in while out of the office and Tom saying, ” You are looking good today!!”
He will be truly missed. What a great person. God bless Tom and his family.
Glenn Menzia, Jacobus Energy Co-Worker

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