American Metalcraft pays tribute to its “hardest worker” who lost battle with cancer

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American Metalcraft, a restaurant supply store, has paid tribute to Thomas Jursich, Sr. who passed away on Saturday, March 16 after losing his battle with cancer.

Jursich had been with the company for 47 years and was 56 years old when he died.

The company said: “Tom Jursich, Sr. our director of warehouse lost his battle with an aggressive form of cancer. Known to all as the hardest working person at American Metalcraft, Tom was an enigma. He was firm yet flexible.

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“He wore multiple hats at AMC and really did look out for everyone. We were so lucky to have him in our lives and the world was a much better place with him in it. He was and will always be, the heart of this company.”

In lieu of flowers, his family would like a donation to be made in Jursich’s name to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

Obituary of Thomas J Jursich Sr.

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