Wenceslaus "Jim" Pavlicek
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Wenceslaus "Jim" Pavlicek

Silverdale, WA - It is with sadness that we announce that Jim, 81, of Silverdale, WA passed away peacefully Thursday October 22, 2020.

Jim was preceded in death by his son James and sisters Judy Kilwein and Joan Hawkins. He is survived by Patricia, his wife of 59 years, daughter Tracy Raymond, sons Jeff (Jackie) Pavlicek and Jerry (Teresa) Pavlicek, grandchildren Andrew, James, Kyle, Hannah, Matthew, John, David, Joshua, Jesse, 5 greatgrandchildren, brother Raymond Pavlicek, sister Connie Pavlicek and many nieces and nephews.

Jim was born in New Hradec, ND on February 4, 1939. He joined the Navy in 1956 and retired as a Senior Chief Missile Technician. He went on to work at NUWC Keyport where he retired in 1995 after 20 years. After retirement he stayed active in the community by volunteering for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Upland Bird program for 15 years as well as the Boy Scouts of America for 8 years.

He deeply loved and enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren. Jim was a Harley-Davidson enthusiast. Some of his other interests were being outdoors, spending time with his dogs, raising pheasants and peacocks, hunting, and being a ham radio operator.

Jim will be buried at Ivy Green Cemetery where his son James is interred. Arrangements are being handled by Tuell-McKee Funeral Home, Bremerton, Wa.

In lieu of flowers those wishing to make a memorial donation are encouraged to support the Wounded Warrior Project or the American Cancer Society in his name.




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Published in Kitsap Sun from Oct. 27 to Oct. 29, 2020.
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October 30, 2020
He was just a charm! I work at the pharmacy at NHB and there was never a time in the last 11 + years that I have worked there that I didn't hope he was called to my window. He was so full of life and joy and completely gracious during our remodel.
This is a guy who when he recognized you he would give you a huge cheesey grin and could make you smile and cheese it up with him even on your worst days! When I saw this I was at work and I cried. I cried knowing he will never show up just when I thought my day had gone down hill and make me smile and laugh. He was such a blessing, and the world (at least mine) doesn't quite shine as brightly as it once did.
Sending healing light to his family and please know he will be thought of often and well.
Angelina Reynolds
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