Photo courtesy of Kapala-Glodek Funeral Home

Edward Andrajack

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Sep 2, 1926 - Jan 29, 2011

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Miss you everyday!

I wrote the following as a tribute to my dad. When we were little an he would come home from work with his boots covered with cement and mud. Us kids would take them off for him. I found myself doing the same thing about a month ago. I statred thinking about what those boots did and where they had been and thus I wrote the following.

Those Boots

Those boots were an example of what hard work meant.
Often they came home covered with mud and cement.
They were not...

Tom,& Family
Your dad will truly be in my thoughts and prayers.
Nordeast Mpls.

Anne, Etch, Peggy and the Andrajack Family: My thoughts and love go out to you all during this difficult time. May you have many memories of the wonderful times your family shared with Ed.

Dear Anne & Family,
You are in our thoughts and prayers. Ed was such a great example of husband, father, friend. We'll always remember the friendship and compassion he showed our dad and family, while Ed would come to visit dad in the nursing home. What a great sense of humor, too; he will be remembered & missed dearly.
The Cisek Family

Anne and family,
I remember all the laughs we had with you and Ed in Slovakia, it was such a great time. Ed had a wonderful sense of humor such a kidder! We are sure his memory will be treasured by family and friends. Our sympathy goes out to your family and we will keep you in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Pop, did allot of things for people, over the years, and many times, all he wanted was a good job and some gratitude.The good feeling that he received, inside, was payment enough and he will be rewarded for his generosity.It always seemed to me that he helped people, not just because he could but because he felt he should.
His legacy will live on in all of us.I'll miss you Pop.
Number three son.

Anne, I admire you for all the love and care you showed to Ed all his life. Ed, I miss you and the Sunday afternoons we spent with the kids in your flower filled yard. We all knew you were a soft hearted man always trying to hide that fact behind a gruff exterior. You were sort of a "salty dog" . You made the boys laugh and the girls blush. I love you much.

I won the jackpot when I got Ed for my father in-law.
Ed loved his family more than anything else. Anne was the love of his life and all of the children, grandchildren and great grandchildren were a testimony to that love.
He bravely fought this cancer that took his life, unwilling to admit defeat. It saddened us to watch him slip away from us, but I am so happy that he's not suffering any more.
It's going to be hard to go on, knowing that we can't enjoy his company any more,...


Edward's Obituaries

Edward J. Andrajack Sr. Andrajack, Edward J., Sr. Of Mpls, died on Sat., 1/29. Preceded in death by his parents and 8 siblings. Survived by wife, Anne; children, Edward, Jr. (Peggy), Stephen (Kathy), Tom (Linda), Tim (Jordyn), Mickey (Dale) Zimmer; 11 grandchildren; 7 great-grandchildren; and...

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