|Birth: ||Feb. 20, 1929, USA|
|Death: ||Oct. 4, 1985, USA|
died young but wise, owned his own tv repair shop and worked there almost to the end . also loved his jazz
often said " must be jelly cause jam dont shake that way "
his other love was his dog gypsy who went to work with him every day she was 18 yrs old when she took ill and died.
was a father of seven children and was married to erna
for over 30yrs . gone but not forgotten and in heaven
playing jazz for the lord with his best friend gypsy by his sideand his granddaughter leslie a searcy !!!! his wife erna ,his 3 boys donald, raymond &charles 4 daughters ella, susan carmen & debra 14 grandchildren gwendolyn, deidre,krista,daniel,lindsay,luke, leah, charles louis,justin, julie, elI,nicole,&lee [buddy}along with 7 great grandchildren, are still on this earth but will reunite when our lord is willing! in the mean time peace to all and god bless this world . served in the united states army, world war 2 and korean war. mr hlinak [our dad] enlisted in the army he wasnt waiting to be drafted our country needed him and he served. his older brother ed served and his 2 sons don and raymond served in the army during the vietnam conflict, they also served willingly no draft for them.
Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery
Oakville (St. Louis County)
St. Louis County
Plot: section w grave 156
Created by: carmen hlinak
Record added: Aug 02, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11466343