Biographical Sketch of Frank J. Ulchek

Ulchek, Frank J.; manufacturer; born, Bohemia, Jan. 4, 1871; son of John Ulchek; educated, public schools, Bohemia, graduating at the age of 12; two years at Manual Training School; learned tool-smithing at Storian Mills, 14 to 16; married, Cleveland, July 3, Mary Birhanzl, issue, two sons, and one daughter; Feb. 4, 1895, started as blacksmith with one helper; 1900, moved to a larger shop, 8023 Central Ave., employing six men; was burned out in 1909; re-established business in new and larger quarters, 19709 Quincy Ave.; incorporated business in 1913; employs sixty-five men, and is contemplating enlarging plant; pres. and gen. mgr. The Ulchek Tool Co.; member St. Anthony Literary Society, I. K. J., Gilmour Council, K. of C.



The Book of Clevelanders: A Biographical Dictionary of Living Men of the City of Cleveland. Burrows Book Company. 1914.

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