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Francis A. “Frank” Prochaska

Francis A. “Frank” Prochaska, 67 of Conrath, died unexpectedly on Saturday, August 5th, at his home.  He is survived by his wife Diane, 1 son, Scott of Racine, 1 daughter, Robin Santos of Racine, 4 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren with 1 more on the way, his Mother, Mary Prochaska of Racine, 1 brother, Edward of Conrath, 4 sisters, Mary Behringer of Racine, Margaret Schwab of Burlington, Barbara Petri and Diane Cacciotti both of Racine. 1 sister-in-law, Patricia Prochaska of Delavan.

A Memorial Visitation for Frank Prochaska will be held from 4 PM until 7 PM Friday August 11th, at Nash-Jackan Funeral Home in Ladysmith.

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