Eddie Fleming Obituary, Death, Funeral Information

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Eddie Fleming Obituary: John Wockenfuss, who played for the Detroit Tigers and was known for his unique batting stance and ability to field virtually any position in the field, passed away on Friday. He was 73. After spending parts of ten seasons with the Tigers, Wockenfuss, who is regarded as one of Delaware’s all-time most accomplished athletes, worked his way up from being a backup catcher who was rarely used to becoming an important pinch-hitter and utility player for the team. After eventually managing in the lower levels of the organization’s minor leagues, he was involved in a pivotal trade that helped the team win the championship in 1984. His batting average rose from.222 in 1976 to.274 in 1977, when he hit nine home runs, while his home run total remained the same at three. As his playing time increased throughout the course of the following season, Wockenfuss, who is also known by the nicknames “Fuss” and “Johnny B.,” began to play in the outfield. Even though he hit 15 home runs in just 87 games the season before, Wockenfuss’ best season was 1980. That year, he achieved or tied career highs in games (126), home runs (16), RBIs (65) and OPS (.839) Despite this, 1980 was Wockenfuss’ best season. In the early 1980s, in addition to catching and playing outfield, he was one of the best pinch-hitters for the team and also played designated hitter, third base, and first base. He also played the outfield.   Full Obituary

Eddie J. Zrzavy Obituary: Eddie J. Zrzavy, 76, of Abilene, passed away on April 8, 2022. A memorial service will be at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, April 13 at The Hamil Family Funeral Home, 6449 Buffalo Gap Road. Eddie Zrzavy was born in Pearsall, Texas on July 31, 1945.  He went to school and graduated in his hometown, then attended Southwest Junior College. Eddie was a Vietnam veteran, serving in the U.S. Air Force. He spent 50 years perfecting his trade as a welder, building and creating original works all across the country. Over the last four years, Eddie spent his time and attention developing the Zrzavy Ranch with his brother, Ted. Eddie loved the hot sauce, photography, wildflowers, ranching, and people. He especially loved traveling and cruising with his wife, Jan, and their dear friends Danny and Beverly Stevens, Terry and Veda Monroe, and Bill and Robin Starks. Eddie was preceded in death by his mother, Pauline Ayers Hurt, and stepfather, Charlie Hurt; his daughter, Rhonda Zrzavy; and his son, Bret Zrzavy.   Full Obituary

Edward John Tarnowski Obituary: Edward John Tarnowski passed away on Sunday, February 20, 2022, with his loving family at his side. Edward was known as “Eddie” and was just 36 years old. He will be forever missed by all. Eddie was born to Rosemary and Edward Tarnowski on July 7, 1985, in Utica. Eddie accomplished and did so much in his shortened life of only 36 years. Eddie told his mother Rosemary every day “I love you, Mom.” He had just accomplished one of his many goals of getting his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from SUNY Polytechnic Institute. Eddie was multi-talented and could do almost anything he took on. He enjoyed carpentry and inherited his remarkable skills amazingly from his father. Eddie was a kind soul and made friends quickly wherever he went. Eddie’s business, a construction company, Progressive House Development, brought him happy to see the finished homes. His talent for organizing home and ability to stage a room or house was an amazing God-given gift. Eddie loved to create dance music. He made friends while traveling the world as he visited fellow music lovers in places like Miami, South Beach, California, the Bahamas, and Spain.    Full Obituary

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