Frederick T. Sulka Sr., 90, Crown Cork supervisor

September 06, 2002

Frederick T. Sulka Sr., a retired Crown Cork & Seal Co. supervisor, died Monday of a circulatory ailment at Lookout Manor in Westminster.

He was 90 and had lived earlier in Pasadena and Edmondson Village.

He retired from the Highlandtown bottle-top plant, where he worked in the closure, cork and can shops for 38 years.

Born in Austria, Mr. Sulka came to the United States as an infant with his parents.

He attended the old St. Mary's Industrial School on Wilkens Avenue.

Years ago, he was a three-time-a-week duckpin bowler on the Crown Cork & Seal team. He also enjoyed gardening.

He was a member of St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church in Taneytown.

His wife, the former Marie T. Weaver, died in 1948.

He is survived by a son, Frederick T. Sulka Jr. of Westminster; two sisters, Mary Cook of Shrewsbury, Pa., and Phyllis Bavis of Baltimore; a granddaughter; and a great-granddaughter.

Services were held yesterday.

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