Frank Z. Sabolich

Date of Death: October 27, 2011
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Frank Z. Sabolich, 83, of Lafayette, IN, died Thursday, October 27, 2011, at Indiana University Health. He was born January 1, 1928, in Kutina, Croatia, to the late Ivan and Teresa Petras Sabolich. Mr. Sabolich went to school in Croatia and Croatia Teachers College. He fought with the Partisans during World War II. On OctoberContinue Reading

Brenda Gause left a message on November 1, 2011:
Dear Sabolich Family,

Sending my deepest sympathy to the family on the loss of your dear Frank. May the God of all comfort surround you with peace, Love and courage.
For Barbara, may the love of Jesus and the prayers of our dear Mother and St Francis comfort you in the loss of your father.
You are remembered in my prayers.
With love,
Miriam McGuire Milligan left a message on November 1, 2011:
To Barbara and family,
Our thoughts and prayers have been with you during this difficult time. We know how very beloved Nonno was to all of you and what joy his memories will bring your hearts. We love you!
Miriam and boys
Michelle Cox left a message on October 31, 2011:
My prayers are with you all. Nonno will be missed. I remember very fond memories of Nonno as I visited my favorite Lenard ladies. I love you all very much and wish I could hug each of you and tell you in person.

Brian and Felicia left a message on October 30, 2011:
Nonna, Mamma, Uncle Berto, Aunt Linda, Adam and Anna:

Our hearts are with you.

I nostri cuori sono con voi in questi tempi difficili. Vorremmo essere pi vicini a voi. Vi invio il nostro amore e le preghiere. La famiglia unita nell&amore e ricordo di Nonno.

""The favors of the Lord are not exhausted. His mercies are not spent. Every morning they are renewed. Great is His faithfulness. I will always trust in Him.""
from Lamentations

Much Love,

Brian, Felicia, Maggie & Luke
The Dobbelstein Family left a message on October 30, 2011:
To Nonna, Mamma, Uncle Berto, and all the rest of my family:

Nonno would be so proud of all the things that you have accomplished over the last 6 months. Thank you for taking good care of a good man. Thank you for ensuring that his passing from this life onto the next was easy and painless. I wish I could ask what Nonno is doing now, what does he see, how does he feel, and I know that he would love to share it with all of us. Every time I see a tree blow in the wind or a leaf fall on water, I will remember him. I will always think of him. It was an honor and pleasure being his granddaughter.

I love you, Nonna. Thank you for loving your husband and children and your childrens& children and their children, too.

Uncle Berto, thank you for taking over the reins of patriach with kindness and graciousness.

Mamma, thank you for being an outstanding daughter to your father. He had great expectations, and in my opinion, you have exceeded ALL of them and in the meantime brought forth three daughters with six grandchildren, whole new families where there once were none. I love you.

We love you, Mr. Nonno.

With admiration and respect,

Monica, Christopher and Beatrice Dobbelstein
Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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