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Adam Czech: How You Can Help His Family

In the final week before his passing, Adam asked his wife Julianna  to see if we could possibly do something to help with his boys' education. Of course, he didn't have to ask - we will always be here for our CHTV family members.

A GoFundMe Campaign has been setup to mainly help with the boys' education and also one other thing. Adam and Julianna often spoke of taking their boys to Lambeau Field once they were a bit older. Julianna wants to keep that promise, so some of the proceeds will also be used to help with that when the time comes.

Click here to make a donation. 


Also, Wisconsin company Honor Canvas is offering a 10% discount on any order plus they will contribute $25 from every order to Adam's Fund. Use the code ADAMSPACK at checkout. Honor Canvas makes Commemorative items to honor the Service Veteran in your life. They even have a Lambeau "Salute to Service" Canvas. Check them out here.


For anyone asking, here are the funeral arrangements:

The visitation for Adam will be at the O’Halloran and Murphy Funeral Home (575 South Snelling Avenue, St. Paul) on Friday, November 25 from 3-7 pm.
The funeral will take place on Saturday, November 26 at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, (700 Snelling Ave South, St. Paul). There will be a one hour visitation prior to the service from 1-2 pm. The funeral service will begin at 2 pm and be followed by a time of fellowship downstairs.
A Catholic committal service will be held Sunday, November 27 at 12:30 pm in Sobieski, MN.

Finally, here is another tribute to Adam written by his boss at the Minnesots Corn Growers Assn.



"Jersey Al" Bracco is the Editor-In-Chief, part owner and wearer of many hats for and He is also a recovering Mason Crosby truther.  

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Clay the 1st's picture

Thanks for posting this!

At the very minimum he and his family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Go Pack Go!

ricestillfumbled's picture

Really puts things into perspectove. Absolutely heartbreaking.
On a far, far, lighter note. He owned one badass packers jacket, totally seems like a guy that would own that.

jasonperone's picture

I had a chance to visit with Adam and his family last week. His Mom told the story of his Packers Starter jacket that he had since he was younger. When he got his tickets to this game, he asked her if she still had the jacket and, like most Mom's do with sentimental items from their kids growing up, she kept it. And there you have it. And that's totally Adam. He wore it because it meant so much to him. It wasn't a fashion show and it didn't matter what was "in style". So uplifting

J0hn Denver's Gavel's picture

my thoughts and prayers go out to the Czechs. I loved his passionate yet professional writing style. He's up there arguing with Reggie White about the age of the earth.

EdsLaces's picture

He's been on my mind since the weekend. Still thinking of ya and praying for your family Adam. So sorry for the family....cancer sucks...

Lphill's picture

God Bless

jgando12's picture

If we can stay pretty healthy, Gutes has assembled a much more athletic, solid core. Come playoff time, it will come down to coaching...Lafleur vs. McVay, Payton, hopefully Reid or Belichek. The coaching staff will have to stand up to those more established regimes.

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