Adrian Frank Sebek
1928 - 2014
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Adrian Frank Sebek
September 20, 1928 - March 23, 2014

Adrian Frank Sebek, 85, of Park City, left this world peacefully on March 23, 2014, surrounded by his beloved family, after fighting a heroic battle for his life,
Adrian was born Sept. 20, 1928 in Fremont, Neb. Adrian moved to Southern California at the age of 14, when he took on his middle name of Frank, and graduated L.A. High School, Class of '46. He met his wife Jeanne at the beach, and they married in 1953. He was a proud member of the United States Air Force, stationed in Chandler, Ariz., during the Korean War. His love of airplanes continued through his entire life. Frank and Jeanne raised their four children in Newport Beach, Calif., next to the beloved ocean they both adored. Frank worked as a salesman for building and plumbing supplies in the early years, and later opened All-Check-Cashing in Tustin, Calif.
Once retired, "Hawk" (the name he became affectionately known by), moved to Park City, Utah in 2004. An abstract, one-of-a-kind, incredibly unique, smooth talking, lover of... music, dancing, good-lookin' ladies, great hats, unique people, family and plain ole' having fun. He was loving, generous, and kind. He held close to his heart his beloved family and the extended family he formed during his ten years in Park City. Hawk lived a full life and enjoyed it right up until the end, calling every day, his BEST DAY EVER! He had enormous vigor and vitality and shined brightly to all those who knew him. We will miss his, "BADA BING, BADA BOOM" smooth moves, enthusiastic stories and deciphering his most original "Hawk-eeze" language in daily emails. YAH-FER-SHUR your memory will always put a smile on our face. GROT-ZEE Hawk for brightening our world with your fun loving, carefree spirit, and showing us by example, how to live a joyful, yet simple, life.
Adrian Frank Sebek (aka Hawk) is survived by his sister, Sue (Stanley) Jones of Payson, Ariz., and his four children; John (Debbie) Sebek of Park City, along with Lynn (Bill) White, Jeff (Ann) Sebek, and Patti Fisher, all of Southern California. In addition, he leaves behind five loving grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and his "adopted" French son, Michel Cochet. A Celebration of Hawk's Life is scheduled for Memorial Day weekend in Park City. He will be dearly missed, but Hawk's memories will continue to soar, and never be forgotten.

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Published in The Park Record from Mar. 29 to Apr. 2, 2014.
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September 21, 2014
Happy Birthday my friend, will always be thinking of the good times ! You keep a eye on us down here ! Give us A SHAKE ONCE AND A WHILE ! Keep Dancing My Friend !!
fred shaw
September 19, 2014
Sorry to just find out about this ... totally unique, God broke the mold after Adrian ... now I know why the world seems less merry since Spring ... condolences to the Sebek Clan, but smiles too, knowing what a wonder it must have been to have him in your life!
Rex Bobinette
May 5, 2014
Happy Trails Hawkster!
Jeff S
April 7, 2014
Hawk,Thank you for being my friend and part of your Family my Friend. Will never forget all the talks and good times ! You were an Inspiration to us all!! You will always be in my Thoughts with a Big Smile My Friend! RIP
Fred Shaw
April 6, 2014
April 6, 2014
You will be dearly missed Pop's! You were a bright shining star to us all! oxoxo
Robin
Robin Keel
April 6, 2014
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April 6, 2014
April 6, 2014
Pops you always greeted us with a kiss, made us feel loved and welcome and taught us to enjoy the "moment"! I hope to meet you again with a grand kiss and with your dancing shoes ready to go! Best Day Ever! Love you, Sandy xoxo
Sandy Schnakenburg
April 6, 2014
April 6, 2014
April 6, 2014
My dear fun friend, I will never stop missing you!
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