In memory of Chuck. Proud Marine, dedicated farmer, husband and father.
  • 54 years old
  • Born on January 19, 1951 .
  • Passed away on September 26, 2005 .

In memory of Charles D. "Chuck" Janecek for his service to our country, as part of the Veterans Memory Park in Dodge, NE.

Chuck was born January 19, 1951 to Frank and Marita (Ernesti) Janecek. He grew up on the family farm north of Dodge and attended St. Wenceslaus Catholic Grade School. He graduated from Dodge High School with the class of 1969. On September 24, 1971 he married Jeri Ann Hilbers at St. Leo's Catholic Church in Snyder. Chuck served his country with the United States Marine Corps from 1969 until 1973. He returned to the farm where he spent his life farming.

He was a proud member of the Dodge American Legion, St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church and had served the local community in various positions. He loved fishing, hunting, football and farming.

Survivors include his wife, Jeri of Dodge, daughter Jennifer (Mitchell) Schmidt of Omaha, granddaughters Lauren and Abigail Schmidt and son Joel of Broken Bow. Also, his sisters Connie (Allan) Johannes of Omaha, Patricia (Ron) Coufal of Howells, and Barbara (Rick) Podany of Clarkson. 

Thank you for taking the time to visit this site and share your memories of Chuck with all who knew him. This site is a living memorial to Chuck, a proud and loyal Marine, hardworking farmer, husband and father.

Please upload photos, stories and memories and help everyone remember Chuck Janecek.

Songs:
Whisperin' Pines by Johnny Horton (one of Dad's favorites)
The Marine Corps Hymn
Queen of the Silver Dollar by Dave and Sugar (Dad's all-time favorite)
The Star Spangled Banner
The Battle of New Orleans by Johnny Horton (another favorite)
The Marine Corps Hymn by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Page designed by Joel Janecek

Posted by Donald Collie on 6th December 2018
I was straighten up my books in the bookcase and I saw a piece of paper sticking out of an old notebook. When I open the notebook i found an old envelope with a Christmas card in it from Chuck and Jerri. We use to exchange cards every year. I always wondered why I stopped getting them. Anyway, I thought I will go online and see if I could find Chuck. I entered his name and Dodge, NE. His obit immediately popped up and I am sitting here stunned. We had so much fun together in Japan. He was the most homesick person I ever met. We talked a lot about home and family. He was a great person...salt of the earth type of person. Rest in peace my friend.

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