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Frank Jack "Slick" Dercher, 98, passed away November 27, 2020 at home surrounded by his family. Frank was born November 21, 1922, in Kansas City, KS to Joseph and Theresa (Sopotnik) Dercher. He proudly served in the US Navy aboard the USS California battleship during WWII. Frank was a pattern maker for General Motors and retired in 1987 after 45 years of service. His devotion to his family and friends, his ethnic roots and his hobbies remained important to him throughout his lifetime. His love for Polka dancing, woodworking, gardening and cooking never went unnoticed. Frank was a lifelong member of the Don Lipovac booster club, Dons biggest supporter and everyones favorite dance partner. His love and pride for the Strawberry Hill community and his Slovenian ethnicity was unrivaled. Some of his numerous talents are still on display today in the Holy Family Church and Social Hall. There is not a home or yard in his circle of family and friends that Slick hasnt been a part of advising or perfecting. His many talents and handywork have been showcased in infinite ways over the years.
Frank was preceded in death by his wife Mary M. Dercher; two brothers (Joseph Dercher and Peter Dercher) and four sisters (Sr. Loretta Dercher, Sr. Maria Dercher, Ann Sachen and Mary Cigich).
Survivors include his daughters, Patricia L. Curran, Carol A. Kumpfer and husband Bill; grandchildren, Billy Kumpfer, Jessica (Heath) Brunton, Stephanie Curran and Natalie Curran; great- granddaughters, Adalynn and Lucy Brunton.
The rosary will be prayed at 9:30am followed by Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 am Wednesday, December 2nd at Holy Family Parish, 274 Orchard St., KCK. Interment will be at Mt. Calvary Cemetery, KCK. The family suggests memorial contributions to Holy Family Parish.