Earl Czapkiewcz Retired sheriff's deputy

December 04, 1990

Services for Earl Czapkiewcz, a retired sheriff's deputy and auto mechanic, will be held at 2 p.m. today at Bounds Funeral Home in Salisbury.

Mr. Czapkiewcz died of a heart attack Nov. 30 at Peninsula General Hospital in Salisbury. He was 65.

Born in Baltimore, Mr. Czapkiewcz was a deputy for the Baltimore County Sheriff's Department before serving in the Army during World War II in the Far East.

After the war, Mr. Czapkiewcz returned to his job with the Sheriff's Department. He left to open an auto glass business in Baltimore and then he moved to Princess Anne on the Eastern Shore in the late 1950s. He later became an auto mechanic and a deputy in the Wicomico County Sheriff's Department.

Mr. Czapkiewcz and his wife, Janice, moved to Salisbury in 1969. He retired more than a decade ago but remained active in Meuse Post 194 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

In addition to his wife, Mr. Czapkiewcz is survived by a son,

Michael Czapkiewcz of Salisbury; a daughter, Bonnie Adkins of Delmar; and two granddaughters.


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