Frank Sanchez

Frank C. Sanchez Jr.

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Frank C. Sanchez Jr., age 61, of the town of Nekimi, passed away on May 26, 2021 from complications of Covid-19. Frank was born on November 11, 1959, in San Antonio, Texas, to Frank C. and Mary T. Sanchez Sr. of Omro, WI. Frank Jr. married his high school sweetheart Shari L. Thums in 1980, and they spent 40 very eventful years together. Frank and Shari lived in Germany for two years while Frank served his country in the U.S. Army as a truck Mechanic. Frank wore many other hats in his lifetime; in fact, he kept all his different hats in his truck to change into depending on where he was going. He was proud to be the Fire Chief of the Nekimi Volunteer Fire Department for 20 years. He also served as the Service Director for the Nekimi First Responders; it didn’t matter how late or how bad the weather was you would always hear “Tom-100 for Nekimi responding” on the radio. Frank was also a Chief Steward for the Local UAW 578 Union and spent many long hours representing his fellow workers. Frank worked for Oshkosh Corporation for 37 years where many people knew and respected him. Frank loved all forms of music. Frank and Shari built their own D.J. business over the years (Rhythm of the Night) and he loved playing music for any occasion, even big bonfire parties at their home. There are so many people that will miss his kind heart and beautiful smile.

Frank is survived by his heartbroken wife, Shari: daughter, Christina (Johnny) Sanchez; son, Andrew (Crystal) Sanchez; and the treasures of his life, granddaughter MacKenzie and grandson Camden. Frank is also survived by his parents, Frank C. and Mary T. Sanchez Sr.; sisters: Nina (Jeff) Woods, Diana (Bill) Hasch, Nancy (Tom) Behlke and Norma (Gary) Sanchez; brother, Jaime (Shanna) Sanchez; and many nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles. Frank Jr. is preceded in death by his infant son, Randall, who was always on his mind. Frank Jr. will be greatly missed by many, too numerous to list.

A service will be announced at a later date.

The family extends a special thank you to the staff in the I.C.U. at Mercy for their wonderful care.
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Aaron Lapoint

Posted at 01:56pm
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Deborah A Shadduck

Posted at 04:20pm
My deepest sympathy to my cousin Frank Sanchez Jr. Family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Frank Jr. was truly a man of many hats and willing to help any one out. Frank was a great DJ and DJ'd my wedding, my daughter's wedding and our parent's 50th (his Uncle Lupe & Aunt Beverly).
May the memories you have of Frank be dear to your heart that he will always be with you.
Love Deb and Joe Shadduck

Jose L. Trevino Sr.

Posted at 08:18pm
Our brother Frank lived for something—“Family” and Mankind. He always did good, and he left behind a monument of virtue that the storms of time can never destroy—he wrote his name in kindness, love, respect, and mercy on the hearts of thousands with whom he came in contact with year by year. He will never be forgotten. His good name and deeds will shine as the stars in heaven keep reminding us that he is at peace in the House Of The Lord. AMEN! Our most heartfelt sorrow for his family, love ones and friends. His Extended Trevino Family: Joe & Mary Trevino—San Antonio, Texas Joe & Chris Trevino—Oakland, California Bella Trevino GIGI Trevino Albert F. Trevino—University City, Texas Michael Andrew Trevino Aaron Trevino Sergio & Valerie Trevino—Bourne, Texas Ian L. Trevino Ava L. Trevino Teresa & Robert Trevino—San Antonio, Texas Nataniel T. Trevino Nadar T. Trevino Nicole T. Trevino Raymond Robles Trevino—San Antonio, Texans Alicia Trevino Reyes—San Antonio, Texas Joe Trevino Garcia LisaTrevino Garcia (Deceased) Mary & Frank—we love you and share your sorrow. Signed: Jose L. Trevino Sr.

Diane Handrich

Posted at 09:18am
I worked at Winnebago County Sheriff’s department as a patrol deputy. Whenever I ran into Frank on the job, he always had a smile on his face. One winter day he helped me out with a family who lost their luggage in between the median walls. The luggage was on top of the car and when they hit the median wall that is where it ended up. They were headed to the airport to get back to Texas. Frank helped get the luggage out from between the walls. Great person!!

Cindy Martinez

Posted at 11:05pm
My deepest condolences...I remember Frank from the restaurant RIP Cindy Martinez

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