Jack Frontz
1950 - 2020
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Jack Frontz

Coshocton - Jack E. Frontz, 70, of Coshocton passed away on Wednesday August 12, 2020.

Jack was born in Cambridge, Ohio on June 19, 1950 to the late Danny and Clara (Pipa) Frontz. He graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor's Degree and received his Master's Degree in Education from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Jack also completed two years of grad school at The Ohio State University.

He retired from Coshocton City Schools after teaching for 35 years and attended the NewPointe Community Church in Coshocton.

Jack is survived by his devoted wife Sheryl (Geis) Frontz who he married in 1973 and several nieces and nephews.

Per Jack's wishes, a cremation will take place, no services are planned at this time.

Memorial contributions may be directed to NewPointe Community Church 3950 OH-39, Dover, OH 44622.

The Miller Funeral Home & Crematory is serving the family. An online memorial is located at www.themillerfuneralhome.com






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Published in Coshocton Tribune from Aug. 13 to Aug. 14, 2020.
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August 15, 2020
Gonna miss my big brother. Love you always. Sheryl many prayers for you.
Bobbi Helmick
Family
August 14, 2020
Thoughts and prayers to Sheryl. I taught at the high school with Jack! R.I.P
Dan Arney
Coworker
August 14, 2020
Sheryl ....Dave and I are so saddened to learn of Jack’s passing. We remember the fun times with the pontoon boats,the cookouts,and the gourmet cooking! Jack furnished all of the Walleyes at Dave’s fish fry and of course supervised the whole process...He called awhile back and wanted to know how Dave recovered from surgery and how “Wolfie”was doing. We have fond memories and are thinking of you. Take CareCorrine and Dave
Corrine Doege
Friend
August 14, 2020
Sheryl- so very, very sorry for you- you're in thoughts and prayers. Love,
Jenn Hawkins
August 13, 2020
Firstly and most importantly, condolences to Sheryl for your loss.
As a School Resource Officer, got to know Jack. As it turned out, he and I had a lot in common....motorcycles!! We became good friends and had a lot of great rides together.
RIP my biker brother.
Don Devore
Friend
August 13, 2020
I’m so sorry for your loss Sheryl. I’ll never forget my senior year physiology class with Jack. We had a great time but worked hard too. We had to write a paper “The Complete Digestion of a Ham Sandwich and a Glass of Milk” for him, that explained
all the physiology of digestion. At the end of my paper, I referenced the textbook and a couple other sources. Jack wrote on my paper “And...what about the GREAT teacher?” :-) He was one of my favorites! You will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Jim Wiandt
Student
August 13, 2020
From the Pipa and Delik Family. Sheryl, this is Cousin Jane (Aunt Martha's , Daughter). I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers and thoughts are with you. Please remember the good times because that is how I remember Jacks mom and Jack when they came over. They would laugh and tell funny stories. They were never to hungry but they both could fill their plates and finish their meal by eating Moms little nut rolls. Aunt Clara would always pack a few extra nut rolls for Jack to take home. I'm not sure although if you got any. But Aunt Martha and Uncle Paul loved having him. Uncle Paul loved going in the Paul's Cave just to show Jack something. It wasn't to long before the boys were joking and laughing. That is how I will remember Jack. If there is anything you need just ask. I have already told Aunt Helen and Uncle George.
Jane Hannon
Family
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