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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Frank Daniel Vacek October 7 1941 January 3 1999 Golden Gate National Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Jill Rita Vacek June 23 1946 May 30 1966 Golden Gate National Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Milton John Vacek November 2 1927 October 24 1984 Fort Snelling National Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Jane J Horak May 24 1897 May 16 1984 Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery (Texas, United States of America)
James J Vacek September 25 1914 May 13 2001 Grave Saint Johns Cemetery (Nebraska, United States of America)
Robert Vacek 1923 1999 Person,Grave Calvary Cemetery (Nebraska, United States of America)
Bessie L. Novotyn June 1 1913 May 23 2002 Mount Clark Cemetery (Iowa, United States of America)
Jan Vacek 1822 1890 Saint Henrys Catholic Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Katerina Vacek 1822 1895 Saint Henrys Catholic Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Jan M. Vacek 1855 1910 Grave Saint Wenceslaus Cemetery (Nebraska, United States of America)
James J. Vacek August 15 1883 November 26 1956 Grave Saint Wenceslaus Cemetery (Nebraska, United States of America)
Clara M. Vacek August 18 1930 December 19 1946 Grave Saint Wenceslaus Cemetery (Nebraska, United States of America)
Mary B. Vacek 1907 1996 Grave Saint Wenceslaus Cemetery (Nebraska, United States of America)
Lloyd J. Vacek 1903 1986 Grave Saint Wenceslaus Cemetery (Nebraska, United States of America)
George Vacek September 1 1913 March 7 1986 Grave Saint Wenceslaus Cemetery (Nebraska, United States of America)
Eleonora Vacek January 21 1875 February 13 1954 Grave Saint Wenceslaus Cemetery (Nebraska, United States of America)
Joseph J. Vacek 1870 1923 Grave Saint Wenceslaus Cemetery (Nebraska, United States of America)
Mary C. Vacek 1881 1961 Grave Saint Wenceslaus Cemetery (Nebraska, United States of America)
Mary A. Vacek April 3 1888 January 31 1977 Grave Saint Wenceslaus Cemetery (Nebraska, United States of America)
Louis Vacek December 15 1881 March 22 1973 Grave Saint Wenceslaus Cemetery (Nebraska, United States of America)
Elsie Vacek 1906 1924 Grave Saint Wenceslaus Cemetery (Nebraska, United States of America)
Blanche A Vacek 0 November 25 2004 Mayflower Cemetery (Iowa, United States of America)
Joseph B. Vacek June 10 1924 December 5 2005 Grave Republican City Cemetery (Nebraska, United States of America)
Dorothea J. Vacek May 16 1950 May 1 2000 Parkview Cemetery (Nebraska, United States of America)
Mrs. J.H. Vacek 0 0 Riverview Memorial Gardens (Wyoming, United States of America)
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