Frank Edward Tomczyk
LCDR FRANK EDWARD TOMCZYK, USN (Ret), of Honolulu, passed away peacefully on November 9, 2019, at the age of 89-years. He was born in Wallington, New Jersey, and was a decades-long resident of Niu Valley. He served more than 25-years in Naval Service, graduating from the Naval School of Hospital Administration at Bethesda, Maryland, with many and varied duty assignments. He earned the Navy Unit Commendation; National Defense Service Medal; Korean Presidential Unit Citation; United Nations Service Medal; Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Korea; FMF device; Korea Service Medal with two bronze stars; also, Good Conduct (three awards.) Frank retired as a Medical Service Corp officer, in 1976. His final tour in the Naval Service was as Administrative Officer for Naval Regional Medical Clinic, Hawai`i. Frank retired from the State of Hawai`i, Department of Health (Kalihi-Palama Mental Health Clinic) as Public Health Administrative officer after 29 years of dedicated public service. In the time of his youth, he loved playing sports; and, in the '50s took up bowling, to earn ABC recognition for his 700-series and 11 in-a-row strikes, for 290 score. He and his wife of 63 years traveled extensively. Of particular interest and enjoyment was cruising with his family. He was predeceased by son, Allan Frank, and loved and will be remembered by spouse, Werylend; daughters Lori Pi`ikea and Victoria Pamai (Franchot Cano) of Kaua`i. Frank leaves behind a wide circle of nieces and nephews in New Jersey, friends in Hawai'i, CONUS, and around the world. Private services, with full military honors conducted by the Navy Region Hawai'i Funeral Honor Guard, at Diamond Head Memorial Park. The family, along with many friends near and far, has lost a wonderful human being. Arrangements Provided By: DIAMOND HEAD MORTUARY

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