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On August 14th, 2015 at 12:26 pm, Frank J."Frog" Zager Jr., 70, passed away due to heart complications, while surrounded by loved ones at Saint Luke's Northland Hospital. Frank was born May 2nd, 1945, at Providence Medical Center in Kansas City,KS to Sylvia( Goodack) and Francis J. Zager Sr. Frank was raised on Strawberry Hill where he attended Holy Family Grade School, and graduated from Bishop Ward High School. Frank went on to receive an Associate's Degree in Science from Donnelly College. Using his degree, Frank went on to be employed by Armour Swift Eckrich as a Production Incentive Accounting Clerk prior to being drafted to the U.S. Army. Frank served for two years, eventually obtaining the rank of Sergeant, and was honorably discharged due to injury. Frank would continue to work for Armour Swift Eckrich where he would receive numerous promotions. His final position at Armour was Senior Division Superintendent, and worked for a total of 26 years. Following that, Frank went on to consult for numerous meat processing facilities, in some cases acting as Plant Manager, before retiring. Preceding him in death were his parents and infant brother. Frank is survived by his wife Teresa Zager,to whom he dedicated his greatest affection; "his boys": Kyle Zager, Derek VanBrunt, and Patrick Zager, who were the focal point of his life; his two grandsons: Kevin Zager and Jackson VanBrunt; his ever loving sister Loretta Zager; and his lifelong friend, Don Cornish. Frank was foremost a man of principle, whose exemplary strength, certitude, and reliance delineated his personhood. His distinct character was personified by his nickname "Frog" and such peculiarities are wholly retained by all those who survive him. At Frank's request his body will be cremated and there will be no service, in accordance with his unobtrusive nature.Laku noc'.Condolences may be left at www.skradskifh-kc.com
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