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Friends Remembered Home | Friends Detail

Ernie Jeican (WB2ASL)


February 16, 2008


Ernest G. Jeican February 16, 2008 WATERTOWN, N.Y. Ernest G. Jeican, 77, of 134 E. Hoard St. died Saturday morning at his home. Born April 24, 1930, in Watertown, son of Constantine and Helen Szobo Jeican, he graduated from Watertown High School in 1947. He later enlisted in the Air Force where he served for three years. He married Charmaine Files on Dec. 1, 1947, in Watertown. She died June 1999. He was a member and past president of both the Jefferson County Radio Amateur Club and the North Side Improvement League. He was also a member of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church. Mr. Jeican was an engineer for the state Department of Transportation retiring after 25 years. Surviving are three daughters and their husbands, Elisa and Michael Stokes and Patricia and Patrick Campbell all of Watertown, Cynthia and Melvin, Sherwood, Fla.; two sons and a daughter-in-law Timothy and Michele Jeican, Watertown, and Steven Jeican, Calif.; seven grandchildren, several nieces and nephews. A daughter, Tammy Jeican, three sisters, Madeline Comstock, Helen Jeican, Elsa Mitchell, and a brother, Constantine Jeican, all died before him. A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Reed & Benoit Funeral Home. There are no calling hours. Burial will be at Glenwood Cemetery in the spring. Rest well Ernie, we'll all miss you.

Contributed by: Mike Elcsisin (KC2FTN)


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