Dedicated to the Preservation of the
U.S. Air Force Helicopter History
Frank Zurawski, Sr. Amn., USAF (Fallen)October 16, 1971 – October 06, 1994
SRA Frank H. Zurawski, beloved husband of Elizabeth, nee Damerjian; loving father of Zachary; dearest son of Dennis and Terrie “Theo” Zurawski; fond brother of Daniel (Lynn) Zurawski; uncle of Kristen, Tammy and Katherine Caldwell.
Wisitation at the The M.J. Surerth Funeral Home, 6754 N. Northwest Hwy., Chicago, Friday from 2 til 9 p.m. Funeral Saturday at St. Hedwig Church, 2226 N. Hoyne, Mass 9:30 a.m.
In lieu of flowers, memorials appreciated to Muscular Dystrophy Assn., 2101 S. Arlington Heights Rd., Suite 112, Arlington Heights, IL, 60005. Interment Irving Park Cemetery.
For information, 312-631-1240 or 708-823-6540.
HH-60G #91-26404Joch Weon, Korea06 October 1994
An USAF HH-60G “Pave Hawk” #91-26404, TDY to Korea from the 33rd RQS at Kadena AB with the call sign “Jolly 04” crashed at Joch Weon, Korea. All of the aircrew members, Capt. Edward Karlson (P), Capt. William Alston (CP), Sr. Amn. Frank Zurawski (FE), Sr. Amn. Richard Setaro (PJ) and Sr. Amn. Jason Kutscher (PJ) were killed in the crash. The “Jolly 04” crew were TDY to Korea to provide search and rescue alert coverage for USAF fighter aircraft assigned to bases in the Republic of Korea. The flight profile on the night of the accident was a training night vision goggle (NVG) flight. “Jolly 04” flew into high tension wires and subsequently crashed. It is believed that all of the crew members died on impact.