Life Story / Obituary
Frank Raymond Majchrzak, 89, of Grand Rapids, MI, passed away on February 1, 2024. Frank was an honest, faithful, hard worker, always putting his family first. He coached Little League Baseball, participated in various singing groups, and sports activities, and took great joy in supporting his children and grandchildren in their interests. Frank is survived by his loving wife, Marie C Majchrzak, and their children: Lauria M Majchrzak, Martin R Majchrzak, Kyle C Majchrzak, Halle Mayes Majchrzak. He will also be dearly missed by his grandchildren: Jordan, Reagan, Luke, Braeden, and Tessa Majchrzak, as well as Marty and Carole Chirgwin, Erika Chirgwin, Christiana Chirgwin Kelley, and Ilene and Sharyl Bultema. He was preceded in death by his parents Frank and Helen Majchrzak, sister and brother-in-law Geraldine and Bob Liden. Frank was especially close with his "parents" Martin and Helen Chirgwin who lived next door. He learned from them and spent years together spending time together and caring for them along with Marie. Frank was an honorary member of Delta Sigma Phi. Frank served in the Army from 1957 to 1959, contributing to the nation's defense. After his military service, he dedicated 39 years of his life to the Grand Rapids Post Office. Starting as a mail carrier, Frank worked his way up through various positions until he was appointed as the Post Master of Jamestown, Michigan. Even in retirement, he remained active, taking on courier jobs and serving in numerous leadership roles and board positions at Wallin Congregational Church in Grand Rapids MI. He was a sports lover and shared that with his family! GO BLUE! Frank Majchrzak was a fighter his entire life and continued in this spirit to the end. He will be remembered for his unwavering dedication to his family, his strong work ethic, and his commitment to serving others. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him. The funeral service will be held at 3 PM on Sunday, February 4, 2024 at Heritage Life Story Funeral Home – Alt and Shawmut Hills Chapel, 2120 Lake Michigan Dr. NW. The family will receive visitors from 1 PM until the start of the service. Interment in Rosedale Memorial Park. Instead of flowers, donations can be made to Helen DeVos Children's Hospital, Bibles for U.S. Soldiers, or Folds of Honor. Please visit www.heritagelifestory.com to submit a favorite memory, photo or to sign the guestbook online.