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Eugene "Gene" Jurczewsky
May 31, 1934 - December 24, 2017

Gene Jurczewsky age 83, of Sioux Falls, SD, passed away Sunday December 24, 2017.

Eugene Dale Jurczewsky, son of Leo and Alice (Gramkow) Jurczewsky, was born May 31, 1934 in Avon, SD. He grew up there graduating from Avon High in 1953. He then moved to Sioux Falls, SD.

On January 15, 1954, he was united in marriage to Shirley Mofle in Sioux Falls. The couple made their home in Sioux Falls where Gene began working for John Morrell & Company. In addition to his career, Gene was active in the Lutheran Church; teaching Sunday School, being a church treasurer, volunteer with Project Car, and Meals on Wheels. He also was a Scout leader and enjoyed fishing, gardening and bowling. He retired in 1995 as a supervisor at Morrell’s. Shirley preceded him in death in 1996.

He was a member of Faith Lutheran Church and enjoyed working out at the Wellness Center with his friends Duane and Ron.

Grateful for having shared his life are his children, Craig Jurczewsky, and Diane (Kevin) Tschetter, all of Sioux Falls; his son in-law Michael Kedik and his wife Lorie and her daughter Taylor, Sioux Falls; his grandchildren, Bradley, Miranda, Jason (Kelly), Michelle, Travis, Matt (Melissa), Sam and Cal; 2 great grandchildren, Braxton and Estelle; his sister Mildred (William) Garner, Sioux Falls and his sister in-law, Phyllis Jurczewsky, of Kansas.

His parents, wife Shirley, daughter Janet, brothers Elmer, Rueben, Duane and LeRoy and sisters, Bernice, Leona, and Lavanda, and son in-law David Reed, preceded him in death.

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