Edward E. Germek
October 13, 2017
|Edward E. Germek, 85, of Dickson City, died Friday at his home after a brief illness. His wife is the former Theresa M. Backey.
Born July 30, 1932 in Scranton, son of the late Michael and Anna Smeriga Germek, Ed was an Army veteran serving from 1949 until 1952 during the Korean War. Ed was employed at Sugermans Eynon Drug for 37 years as assistant store manager, and after retirement, United Check Cashing, Scranton for 14 years.
He was a member of Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, Peckville, and was a life member of the VFW Shopa-Davey Post in Peckville. Ed was a proud member and past master of Moscow Lodge 504.
Ed was an antique auto enthusiast, an avid fisherman and loved flea markets. He was a gifted wood craftsman who made his own grandfather clock. Ed was known for his sense of humor, optimistic and friendly demeanor, and enjoyed his coffee klatch with his group.
Also surviving are his sons, Gregory E. Germek, Duryea; Jeffrey P. Germek, Scranton; William J. Germek, Dickson City; and Richard E. Germek and wife, Elaine, San Antonio, Texas; granddaughter, Helena Williams and husband, Joseph; two great-grandsons, Ayden and Ethen; and his nephew, Stanley Bordan.
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A Masonic service will be conducted at 7.
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