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Thomas Robert Korchak, First Lieutenant- WWII, dies at 95.
Thomas was an artist; a loyal, charismatic man who simultaneously advertised for Aristocrat and Hafkemeyer Motors, designed the “Bomb Pop”, bricked his own drive, built his own bridge/ garden shed, and charmed the ladies, while remaining devoted to his loving wife, Janice, for 68 years.
Tom, P-47 fighter pilot, took off for the Heavenly skies on Saturday night, February 6th, 2016 at 11:22 pm. He left our world from the comfort of his home. Mission Accomplished.
He was a God-fearing man, a mentor to many, and was among one of the world’s first joggers, never without a dog by his side. He loved life; painting, singing, dancing, eating, and flying his Bi-Plane! Mr. K was absolutely adored and remembered by everyone that crossed his path.
He will be missed by all who knew him.
He lovingly leaves: His wife, Janice McIntosh-Korchak; daughters, Claudia Korchak, Christie “Cree” Korchak, and Jennifer Korchak-Stull, son in law, David Stull; grandchildren, Marissa, Kyle, Trevor, Kyra, and Caroline; great-grandchildren, Kymani, and Stephen.
His son, Scott, preceded Tom in death.
The memorial service will be at Old Mission Methodist Church on February 27th, at 10:30 am.