Jackie M. Frankevic
On the early morning hours of Saturday, October 7, 2017, Jackie M. Frankevic was called home to be with the Lord. She was born in Waynesboro, Tennessee, on November 23, 1939, to John and Lona Minton. They moved to Toledo when Jackie was just 6 years old. She attended Woodward High School, and in 1956 met her soulmate and future husband, Ronald Frankevic. Ron and Jackie dated for two years before they married on November 15, 1958. They completed each other in every way possible and although they may be separated here on Earth, their love is eternal. Jackie knew her strengths well and went on to earn a license as a managing cosmetologist. Even if you were unaware of her profession, it became clear almost immediately after meeting her due to her perfectly styled hair. Jackie’s favorite job and the one she was most proud of was being a mother to her three sons, Steve, Larry and John. Her heart became completely full when she became a grandmother to her six beautiful grandchildren. Devon, Adisyn, Keegan, Gage, Reid and Holden Frankevic. Jackie is preceded in death by both of her parents, John and Lona; stepfather, Jess Conklin; sisters, Marvella and Betty; brother, John, and sonin- law, John Cereso. She is survived by her loving husband, Ron; sons, Steve (Marla), Larry, and John (Michelle); her six grandchildren; sister, La-Verne (Denny) Brewer, and brother, Roy (Cathy) Minton. As a mother, grandmother and overall remarkable woman, Jackie had a wonderful combination of warmth, kindness, laughter and love. She overlooked all faults, encouraged dreams, praised every success, and loved unconditionally. Friends and family will be received today, October 11, at the Witzler-Shank Funeral Home, 222 East South Boundary Street, Perrysburg, OH 43551 (419-874-3133) from 2 to 8 p.m., with a prayer service to begin at 7 p.m. A funeral mass will take place on Thursday, October 12, at 10:30 a.m., at St. Rose Catholic Church, 217 East Front Street, Perrysburg, with burial to follow at Fort Meigs Union Cemetery in Perrysburg. In lieu of flowers, consider a donation to Hospice of Northwest Ohio. Online condolences may be sent at witzlershank.com.