Miss you Dad. Mom can be with you now. Take good care of her.
Dear Ralph and Roseanne,
Your dad's obituary was very well written. He achieved so much, experienced so much, over so many decades, covering thousands and thousands of miles, as a member of the armed forces during WW II and also as a traveller in the U.S. I'm glad I had the opportunity to pay my respects to a great American. Again, condolences on your loss.
Dear Dr. Pajka & Family
I always enjoyed visiting your Dad at the nursing home. He was always joyful & caring of your Mom. May he rest in peace. Florence Izzo, from St. Charles Legion of Mary.
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time of loss.
John and Linda,
We are sorry to hear that your father passed away.
Jon and Patty Warner
Your father will always be remembered as being kind, brave, and just enjoying life. He was truly from the great generation. Please accept our deepest sympathy for your family's loss.
Dear John and Linda,
I am very saddened to hear of your loss. Your father lived a remarkable life and my thoughts are with you and your family.
To to Stan, Jean, Claire and Joe:
We send you our deepest sympathy and love during this difficult time. Your Dad sounded like an amazing man!!
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.
It always makes me sad, to see the passing of one of the brave men who helped keep our nation free. And especially during such a horrible war, that took so many lives - and so few are left with us, to remind us of that time. Deepest sympathy and thankfulness, to you all, for sharing Mr Pajka's "history" with us, reminding us of our duty - and honor in doing it - to be thankful to him. God bless.
Mr. Pajka was an inspiration to all generations. His legacy will live on. Prayers for the family.