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201 from https://www.wiclarkcountyhistory.org/7data/141/141085.htm

Obit: Langiewicz, Richard J. #2 (1932 - 2019)

Transcriber: Robert Lipprandt
bob@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Felix, Freese, Gerzic, Gruba, Harder, Langiewicz, Lato, Markowski, Mertens, Peloquin, Peterson, Ramberg, Rhode, Rixford, Rogalski, Schneider, Schunk, Streit, Thielke

----Source: The Plombon Funeral Home (Stanley, WI) 4/04/2019

Langiewicz, Richard J. “Rich” (7 JUN 1932 - 30 MAR 2019)

Richard J. “Rich” Langiewicz, 86 of Stanley, died peacefully with his family by his side on March 30, 2019 at home. He was born on June 7, 1932 in Thorp the son of the late Alex and Eva (Rogalski) Langiewicz.

Rich grew up attending Eidsvold grade school and then joined the Army in 1953. After his discharge he married Virginia “Bunny” Markowski on August 23, 1955 at St. Anne’s Catholic Church-Stanley.

The couple farmed by Greenwood for a time and Rich and his brother ran a Gas Station in Greenwood. The family then moved to Minneapolis where Rich worked for Continental Bakery. In 1971 they moved to Stanley where they owned/operated Rich and Bunny’s Tavern. The couple also owned supper clubs; the Harmony House-Stanley and Hidden Haven-Thorp.

Rich was the love of Bunny’s life. He was a fun and loving father and grandfather. He was a talented bartender well known for his old fashioneds. A few of the things he most enjoyed were fishing, gardening, having camp fires, and spending time with his dog, Pierre. There are so many memories that will be forever cherished.

Rich is survived by his wife of 63 years, Bunny of Stanley, their children, Denise (Dick) Schneider of Waddell, AZ, Tamara (Bill) Peloquin of Boyd, Richard Langiewicz, Jr. and Kerry (Jane) Langiewicz both of Stanley and Michele (Bill) Thielke of Birchwood, 13 grandchildren, Jennifer (Dennis) Gruba, Jeffrey Streit, Joseph (Patz) Streit, Rachel (Anel) Gerzic, Heather Langiewicz, Colton Langiewicz, Sara (Mack) Schunk, Nicole Langiewicz, Josh (Brittney)
Langiewicz, Kelsey Langiewicz, Michael Mertens, Kelly Mertens and Kurtis Thielke, 11 great grandchildren, McKayla, Jeffrey, Zoey, Ela, Landon, Sydney, Addison, Harper, Haven, Ivy and Hazel and two sisters, Joanne (Roger) Freese of Withee and Audrey Peterson of Stanley.

He is preceded in death by his parents, his brothers, Alex, Valentine “Willie”, and Adam and his sisters, Delores Ramberg, Eve Rixford, Clarese Rhode, Henrietta Harder and Leona Lato.

A funeral mass will be held at 11AM on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at Holy Family Catholic Church-Stanley with Father William Felix officiating. Visitation will be from 4-8 PM on Tuesday at the Plombon Funeral Home with a 7:30 PM Rosary and one hour prior to services Wednesday morning at the funeral home. 
Langiewicz, Richard J. (I3804)
 
202 From MyHeritage notes

In 1879 a group of Polish people, mostly from St Paul and Hastings, settled in New Posen (now Edison Township, Swift County, Minnesota). By 1887 the little colony had grown to nineteen families and they decided to build a church. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Blahosky, Sr. donated five acres of land to be used for the site of Saint Joseph Church and Cemetery. In 1944 the church was moved into Holloway, which is in Moyer Township, leaving just the cemetery. Around 1990 the church closed in Holloway and consolidated with Saint John Catholic Church in Appleton, MN, who is now the custodian and maintains the cemetery grounds. The cemetery is in good condition. This is a complete list of tombstone inscriptions. However, as it is an old country cemetery, and have done extensive family research, I strongly believe the ** individuals are also buried in this cemetery. These speculations are derived from viewing either Death Certificates, tombstone placement or from the obituary listed in the local papers. - Marvin Klang 
Konieczny, George Albert (Wojciech) (I4364)
 
203 from Nowy Targ, Poland Czubernat, Antoni (I2639)
 
204 From Rose Szczech

Jan Mrowca came to US March 2, 1892. From Maruszyna (parish Szaflary). came with 3 other Gorale. Parents Jan and Katarzyna 
Mrowca, John (I1976)
 
205 from Rose Szczech Sopiarz, Rozalia (I1975)
 
206 from Sandy Miarecki genealogy:
?Ludwik Szczech // was the father of Ladislaus Jachymiak of Magdalena Jachymiak (from Rose in Fox Lake)
 
Szczech, Ludwik (I2021)
 
207 From the Eau Claire Leader Telegram


Peter L. Bridges, 83, of Eau Claire, crossed over on Saturday, April 28, 2012, at Dove Health Care and Rehabilitation under the care of St. Joseph's Hospice, with his family by his side.

He was born in Shawtown on March 19, 1929, to Benjamin and Ella (Yort) Bridges. He graduated from St. Patrick's High School with the class of 1948. Peter married his high school sweetheart, Beverly Bennett, on October 21, 1950, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Eau Claire. They enjoyed many years of dancing together.

Pete worked for 42 years at Sterling Pulp and Paper Company. He and Bev raised their family in Altoona, where they lived for 32 years. After retiring in 1991, Pete and Bev moved to Silver Lake in Trego, WI, where he enjoyed fishing and spending time with family. Due to health issues, after 11 years on the lake, Pete and Bev returned to the Eau Claire area.

Pete was very active in St. Mary's Parish in Altoona, and also was a trustee at St. Mary's Parish of Minong. He was also an active leader of the Boy Scouts of America, Troop 99 of Altoona, where he achieved the Order of the Arrow.

Pete is survived by his wife of 62 years, Beverly; children, Randy Bridges of Altoona, Vicki (Barry) Rice of Colfax, Mark (Nancy) Bridges of Eau Claire, Jami (Greg) Kotecki of Eau Claire; eight grandchildren, Angela (Mike) Kalina, Christopher, Kaycee, Kaitlin and Amanda Bridges and Andy (Kim), Nick and Megan Kotecki; two great-grandchildren, Liam Kotecki and Emma Kalina; two sisters, Rita and Beattie; two brothers, Ben (Ruth) and Jerry (Jean); sister-in-law, Eileen, and also by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his infant great-grandson, Wyatt; parents; six siblings, Louise, Catherine, Patricia, Marion, Beverly and Tom.

Memorial Services will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, May 2, 2012, at St. Olaf Catholic Church, 3220 Monroe St., in Eau Claire with Deacon Robert Chittendon officiating. Inurnment will be in Calvary Cemetery, Resurrection Mausoleum, in Eau Claire. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service, at the church on Wednesday.

The family would like to thank the staff at Dove South and St. Joseph's Hospice for their loving care.

Memorials may be directed to St. Olaf's Catholic Church.

Lenmark-Gomsrud-Linn Funeral & Cremation Services is serving his family.
 
Bridges, Peter (I2236)
 
208 From the Wolniak Funeral Home Obituary:

Rozalia Borzecka
August 18, 1926 - April 19, 2013



Visitation: Sunday 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm April 21, 2013 at Wolniak Funeral Home, 5700 S. Pulaski Rd., Chicago, IL
Funeral Service: Monday 9:00 am from April 22, 2013 at Wolniak Funeral Home, 5700 S. Pulaski Rd., Chicago, IL
Mass of Christian Burial: Monday Mass 10:00 AM, St. Joseph Church, April 22, 2013 at 4821 S. Hermitage, Chicago, IL
Interment: Monday, Resurrection Cemetery April 22, 2013 at 7201 S. Archer, Justice, IL


Rozalia Borzecka, age 86 Beloved Wife of the late Jan Borzecki. Loving Mother of Bruno (Rose) Szczech, John (Anna) Borzecki and Stanley (Mary) Borzecki. Fond Grandmother of Kristina Szczech, Cathy (James) Gawel, John (Marianne) Szczech, Joe (Rebecca) Szczech, Anna (Neil) Migut and Halina Borzecki. Great Grandmother of Noah Szczech, Emily Szczech, Kyle Szczech, Kara Szczech and Claire Szczech. Sister, Aunt, Cousin and Friend to many.
 
Szczech, Rozalia (I1800)
 
209 from: http://wiclarkcountyhistory.org/2data/53/53809.htm

Obit: Konieczny, Mary (1859 - 1949)
Contact: Stan
Email: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Konieczny, Neklewicz, Lee, Noren, Lang

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 07/14/1949

Konieczny, Mary (14 JAN 1859 - 5 JUL 1949)

Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Francis Piekarski at St. Hedwig’s Church here on July 9th for Mrs. Mary Konieczny, 91, who passed away at the General Hospital at Minneapolis on July 5th, 1949 of complication following a fracture hip.

Mary Neklewicz was born Jan. 14, 1859 in Poznan, Poland. She was united in marriage there on Sept. 1, 1878 to George Konieczny, who with three daughters, preceded her in death.

She came to America with her husband in 1886 and resided at St. Paul, coming to Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.) in 1898. She had spent the past nineteen years with her daughter, Mrs. Mary Lee in Minneapolis.

Surviving her are three sons, Frank and Joseph of Thorp, Mike of Denver, Colo., three daughters, Mrs. Mary lee and Mrs. Sophia R. Noren, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Joseph Lang of Thorp, twenty-three grandchildren and twenty great-grandchildren.

Burial was made in St. Hedwig’s Cemetery. Pallbearers were grandsons of the deceased, Frank, George, Victor and Ray Konieczny, Frank Bonczyk and Joseph H. Lee. 
Niklewicz, Mary Martha (I0155)
 
210 from: http://www.lenmarkfh.com/obituaries/Greg-A-Kotecki/#!/Obituary

Gregory A. “Pruitt” Kotecki, 56, of Eau Claire, passed away unexpectedly, on Wednesday, May 31, 2017, at HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Claire.

Greg was born on August 26, 1960, in Stanley, to Frank and Stephanie (Szczech) Kotecki. He grew up in Altoona and attended school at St. Mary’s, St. Patrick’s, and graduated with the Class of 1978, from Regis High School. On May 23, 1981, Greg married his high school sweetheart, Jami Bridges. Together they lived in Eau Claire for most of their married life and he was employed at Perkins Restaurant and Bakery for over forty years.

Greg enjoyed the outdoors and hunting, was a passionate fisherman, and was Lake Altoona’s unofficial fishing guide. He was also a life-long Brewers and Packers fan, and loved the challenge of a tough jigsaw puzzle. He always had an answer for questions from car repair, to food safety, to home improvement. He will be remembered for his work ethic, fish fries, boundless generosity, and late night sweet tooth. The next time you hit the water, cast your line in his honor.

The family would like to thank the doctors and the nursing staff who cared for Greg so compassionately at HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital.

Greg is survived by his wife of 36 years, Jami; three children, Andrew (Kimberly) Kotecki, Nicholas (Teresa Kasper) Kotecki and Megan (Ty) Fadness; four grandsons, Liam Kotecki and his brother on the way, and J.J. and Crosby Fadness; parents, Frank and Stephanie Kotecki; two brothers, Don (Roberta) Kotecki and Brian (Tracy) Kotecki; nieces, nephews, other relatives, his Perkins family and countless friends.

He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Frank and Vernie Kotecki; maternal grandparents, Joseph and Bernice Szczech; and parents-in-law, Peter and Beverly Bridges.

Visitation will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, June 4, 2017, at Lenmark-Gomsrud-Linn Funeral Home, 814 First Ave. in Eau Claire.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, June 5, 2017, at St. Olaf Catholic Church, 3220 Monroe St. in Eau Claire with Father Paul Hoffman officiating. Visitation will also be one hour prior to the Mass on Monday at the church. Entombment will be in the Resurrection Chapel Mausoleum at Calvary Cemetery in Eau Claire.  
Kotecki, Gregory Allen (I0058)
 
211 from: http://www.usgennet.org/usa/wi/county/clark/webbbs/records/index.cgi?read=23230
Thirty-three Men Leave To Join Armed forces.

The following men were accepted at the Induction Station, 234 N. Broadway, Milwaukee, Wis. in November 1943 from Local Board No. 1, Loyal Wis.

ARMY

John P Devine, Owen; James G. Caterina, Jr., Thorp; Norman A. Bakke, Curtiss, Rt. 1; Onnie Puro, Owen, Rt. 2; Carl E. Sillampa, Owen, Rt. 1; Emil E. Rohland, Withee, Rt. 2; John H. Skutak, Curtiss, Rt. 1; Harold M. German, Curtiss, Rt. 1; Sherrin L. Mack,Loyal; Edward T. Wolowik, Greenwood, Rt. 2
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Rohland, Emil (I1628)
 
212 Full list of cemetery

from: http://www.interment.net/data/us/mn/swift/stjoseph/index.htm

Saint Joseph Cemetery
Swift County, Minnesota
Lat: 45° 11' 02"N, Lon: 95° 53' 53"W
Edison Twp, R42W Sec 23
Contributed by Marvin Klang, Oct 13, 2005, last edited Nov 12, 2005 [mklang51@juno.com]. Total records = 78.

From Holloway, MN, cemetery is 5 miles south on Swift County Road 10, a paved road. (1/2 mile south of Junction Swift County Rd 10 and Swift County Rd 6, paved roads) Traveling south the cemetery will be on your left.

In 1879 a group of Polish people, mostly from St Paul and Hastings, settled in New Posen (now Edison Township, Swift County, Minnesota). By 1887 the little colony had grown to nineteen families and they decided to build a church. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Blahosky, Sr. donated five acres of land to be used for the site of Saint Joseph Church and Cemetery. In 1944 the church was moved into Holloway, which is in Moyer Township, leaving just the cemetery.

Around 1990 the church closed in Holloway and consolidated with Saint John Catholic Church in Appleton, MN, who is now the custodian and maintains the cemetery grounds. The cemetery is in good condition.

This is a complete list of tombstone inscriptions. However, as it is an old country cemetery, and have done extensive family research, I strongly believe the ** individuals are also buried in this cemetery. These speculations are derived from viewing either Death Certificates, tombstone placement or from the obituary listed in the local papers.
- Marvin Klang
Alexander, Mary, b. 1950, d. 1950
Blahoska, Rozalia, b. 11 Oct 1894, d. 14, Sep 1906
Blahosky, George, b. 5 Mar 1924, d. 10 May 1924 (1)
Blahosky, Joseph, b. 12 Jan 1929, d. 16 Feb 1929 (2)
Blahosky, Joseph, b. 1834, d. 28 Jan 1922
Blahosky, Julia (Glisky), b. 1854, d. 2 Nov 1925, w/o Joseph
Blahosky, Leon Robert, b. 9 Jan 1916, d. 5 Feb 1916 (2)
Blahosky, Roman, b. 22 Feb 1911, d. 22 Feb 1911 (2)
Filla, Anna (Wrobleski-Sadergaski), b. 25 Mar 1864, d. 6 Sep 1949
Glisky, Alice, b. 4 Feb 1926, d. 25 Feb 1926 (1)
Glisky, Clemens, b. 5 Jul 1910, d. 23 Dec 1910 (1)
Glisky, Frances, b. 1877, d. 31 Oct 1961, s/w & w/o Taffield Glisky
Glisky, Helen, b. 11 Nov 1905, d. 21 Jun 1917 (1)(3)
Glisky, Infant, b. 15 May 1915, d. 15 May 1915 (1)
Glisky, John, b. 5 Mar 1874, d. 28 Jun 1942 (1)(3)
Glisky, Joseph, b. 22 Dec 1881, d. 11 Mar 1942 (1)(3)
Glisky, Josephine (Kurkowski), b. 4 Mar 1845, d. 26 Mar 1927, w/o Mike
Glisky, Michael, b. 26 May 1883, d. 3 May 1887 (2)
Glisky, Mike, b. 1830, d. 28 Mar 1910(1)(3)(4)
Glisky, Taffield, b. 27 Jul 1865, d. 13 Feb 1926, s/w Frances Glisky
Glisky, Tillie Frances, b. 13 Sep 1878, d. 3 Oct 1944, w/o John, (1)(3)
Jazawski, Andrew, d. 2 Feb 1891, 8y 7m 1d, s/w Francey, Joseph, Leon
Jazawski, Francey, d. 23 Jan 1891, 9y 4m 27d, s/w Andrew, Joseph, Leon
Jazawski, Joseph, d. 5 Feb 1891, 4y 2m 24d, s/w Andrew Francey, Leon
Jazawski, Leon, d. 5 Feb 1891, 4y 2m 24d, s/w Andrew Francey, Leon
Kashmark, Victoria (Drsiewicka), b. 24 Dec 1853, d. 14 Mar 1938
Kashmark, Vincent, no dates, (spouse/Victoria) (4)(5)
Konieczny, Annie (Glisky), b. 10 Aug 1879, d. 8 Apr 1950, s/w George Konieczny
Konieczny, Barbara, b. 21 Feb 1906, d. 1 May 1906
Konieczny, George, b. 1872, d. 5 Dec 1931, s/w Annie Koniezcny
Kurkosky, Frank, b. 29 Jun 1946, d. 4 Dec 1946 (1)
Kurkosky, Joseph, b. 1871, d. 1962, s/w Verna Kurkosky
Kurkosky, Verna (Sadergaski), b. 1888, d. 1950, s/w Joseph Kurkosky
Kuyawa, Annie (Sadergaski), b. 1854, d. 1933, w/o George
Kuyawa, George, b. 1843, d. 1936
Lurbetzsky, Mary (Kashmark), b. 1888, d. 1934, w/o Vincent
Lurbetzsky, Vincent, b. 1885, d. 1947
Minchow, Andrew, b. 26 Oct 1918, d. 17 Nov 1918 (1)
Minchow, Frank, b. 9 Dec 1910, d. 3 Jan 1911 (5)
Minchow, Mary, b. 3 Jan 1922, d. 8 Feb 1922 (1)
Paulson, Paul W., b. 1900, d. 1906
Rudnick, Adey (Edward), b. 16 Aug 1911, d. 20 May 1918, s/w Paul Rudnick
Rudnick, Andrew, b. 1863, d. 1959, s/w Maggie Rudnick
Rudnick, Balbina (Sadergaski), b. 1910, d. 1963, s/w Mike Rudnick Jr.
Rudnick, Clarence B., b. 30 Apr 1933, d. 8 Jul 1987
Rudnick, Frank, b. 30 Apr 1933, d. 8 Jul 1987
Rudnick, Joe, b. 1905, d. 1977
Rudnick, John, no dates, (spouse/Marciana) (4)(5)
Rudnick, John J., b. 1902, d. 1973
Rudnick, Maggie (Sadergaski), b. 1867, d. 1942, s/w Andrew Rudnick
Rudnick, Marcina (Czisewski), d. 22 Dec 1911, 76y, w/o John
Rudnick, Mary (Sadergaski), b. 1865, d. 1945, s/w Mike Rudnick Sr.
Rudnick, Mike Jr., b. 1896, d. 1966, s/w Balbina Rudnick
Rudnick, Mike Sr., b. 1864, d 1958, s/w Mary Rudnick
Rudnick, Paul, b. 25 Jan 1890, d. 12 Mar 1919, s/w Adey Rudnick
Rudnick, Peter, b. 18 Jan 1910, d. 20 Jan 1981
Rudnick, Tony, b. 8 Mar 1913, d. 10 Nov 1989
Sadergaski, Edward, b. 16 Nov 1926, d. 13 Nov 1983
Sadergaski, Eleanor (Buczynski), b. 1901, d. 12 Jan 1957
Sadergaski, Emma, b. 1912, d. 1933
Sadergaski, Frank, b. 5 Jul 1890, d. 8 Apr 1925 (3)
Sadergaski, John, b. 7 Jan 186?, d. 21 Mar 1892, (h/o Anna Wrobleski Sadergaski Filla)(4)(5)
Sadergaski, Joseph, no dates, (spouse/Marciana)(4)(5)
Sadergaski, Marciana (Piotrowski), d. Jul 1912, 81y, w/o Joseph
Sadergaski, Marie (Konieczny), b. 1870, d. 1936, w/o Alex
Sadergaski, Peter, b. 5 Jan 1891, d. 24 Jun 1981
Scheft, Sophia Turner, b. 1831, d. 1908
Traeger, Arlene Elsie, b. 14 Jun 1936, d. 14 Jun 1936, (twin), s/w Irene Turner Traeger
Traeger, Audrey, b. 5 Sep 1934, d. 1 Jan 1935, s/w Irene Turner Traeger
Traeger, Irene Turner, b. 24 May 1908, d. 21 Jun 1936, s/w Audrey Traeger
Traeger, Ronald Darlene, b. 14 Jun 1936, d. 14 Jun 1936, (twin) s/w Irene Turner Traeger
Turner, Eugene, b. 10 May 1938, d. 7 Jul 1938
Turner, Frank, b. 17 Sep 1892, d 29 Oct 1892 (2)
Turner, Paul, 31 Oct 1903, d. 1 Nov 1903 (2)
Turner, Pauline (Glisky), b. 1876, d. 9 Mar 1930, w/o Stephen
Turner, Stephen, b. 18 Dec 1866, d. 6 Oct 1945
Zinda, Justina (Steep) , b. 1835, b. 1907, w/o Joseph
Zinda, Mary M., b. 1930, d. 1931

 
Konieczny, George Albert (Wojciech) (I4364)
 
213 Full Obituary
RICHARD F. WROBEL, SR., age 92, of Withee, peacefully passed away at home on Saturday, September 15, 2018. Funeral services will be held at 10am on Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at St. Mary's Polish National Catholic Church, in Lublin. Rev. Marion Talaga will officiate, and burial will follow in St. Mary's Cemetery. Pallbearers will be his granddaughters: Michele DuBois, Lisa Peterson, Sara Gornicke, Heidi Baka and Maggie Wrobel. Military rites will be conducted by the Lublin American Legion Post #547. Visitation will be held at the church, on Wednesday, from 9am until time of service.
Richard Frank Wrobel was born on December 11, 1925 in Chicago, IL, to Frank and Katherine (Radon) Wrobel. He was raised and received his education in the Chicago area, where he graduated from high school. After high school, Richard enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served on the USS Bouganville. He attained the rank of Quartermaster 3C and was honorably discharged in 1946. He returned to Illinois and was united in marriage to Harriet Mary Judycki on November 25, 1950 at St. Blase Catholic Church in Argo, IL. They lived in the Chicago area, where Richard worked for the Wrisley Soap Company, Motorola, and O'Boys. In 1969, they moved to Withee, WI and Richard worked for the Teledyne Post Company, in Owen, until retiring in 1989.
He enjoyed spending his free time with his family and friends, loved reading, watching Westerns, playing cards, building models and sweet treats.
Richard was a member of St. Mary's Polish National Catholic Church, and the Lublin American Legion Post #547, where he served as the chaplain from 2001 to 2011.
He will be dearly missed by his wife, Harriet, of Withee; his children: Christine (Dave) Konieczny of Medford, Richard, Jr. (Peggy) Wrobel of Thorp; 5 granddaughters; 8 great grandchildren; nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.
Richard was preceded in death by his parents; his daughter: Virginia "Ginger" Zaidel on September 6, 2014; his step-mother: Emily Whitenick; one brother: Raymond Wrobel; and one sister: Frances Nizolek. 
Wrobel, Richard Frank (I2437)
 
214 Gene record say born in Christdorf, Ostprignitz-Ruppin, Brandenburg, Germany Julkowski, Joseph Thomas (I2865)
 
215 Given first name Ludwika, according to PGSA DB for MN marriage records Haider, Louise (I0235)
 
216 Glab = Głąb Glab Gląb, Katarzyna (I1977)
 
217 Glab = Głąb Glab Gląb, Sebastian (I2404)
 
218 Godfather: (George) Adalberto Konieczny
Godmother: Julianna Wilczek 
Sztuk, Maria (I2392)
 
219 Godfather: Franciscus Danielski
Godmother: Josephina Zywicka 
Sztuk, Antoni (I2394)
 
220 Godfather: Frank Haider
Godmother: Bernice Lugiewicz 
Konieczny, Agnes Delores (I0025)
 
221 Godfather: Joannes Szuta
Godmother: Anna Szuta 
Sztuk, Felix (I2395)
 
222 Godfather: Joseph Wos
Godmother: Agnes Przeszutek 
Haider, Agnes Dorothy (I0104)
 
223 Godfather: Lucas Sztuk
Godmother: Francisca Nadolna 
Konieczny, Frances (I0226)
 
224 Godfather: Petrus Hajder
Godmother: Maria Lee 
Konieczny, Thomas Antony (I0021)
 
225 Godfather: Raymond Julkowski
Godmonther: Louise Haider
 
Haider, Marcella Angela (I0237)
 
226 Godfather: Raymond Julkowski
Godmother: Louise Haider 
Haider, Lorraine Delores Joan (I0236)
 
227 Godfather: Stephanus Wilczek
Godmother: Josephina Landowska 
Konieczny, Bernice (I0070)
 
228 godparents Józef Norwicki and Wiktoria Kilińska Rzetelny, Anna E. (I1599)
 
229 godparents Michał Kilinski and Maria Zaboka

Michał wife is Wiktoria Każimierska, in apr 1897 daughter Agnieszka. THey lived in Sobieski Park, source Rose S. 
Rzetelny, Martin G. (I0146)
 
230 godparents Wojciech Zagórski (wife is Maria Derenda) and Józefa Nogacka
 
Rzetelny, Josephine (I0170)
 
231 Godparents, Zacharias Fedyshyn and Anastasia Okonska
Delivered: Melania Hrycaj

http://dvasela.at.ua/photo/27-0-1712-3 
Kucharska, Katarzyna (I0013)
 
232 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Walkowiak, Teodozja (I4068)
 
233 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Taciak, Bożena (I4072)
 
234 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Taciak, Jan Marian (I4092)
 
235 Godparents: Janina Taciak; Bożydar, Franciszek Tomczak; Kromolice Tomczak, Henryka Maria (I4006)
 
236 Godparents: Wojciech Sztuk, wyrobnik i Marianna Konieczna, okupniczka; Antoni Konieczny i Dorota Sylwestrowa, wszyscy z Binkowa Wieszczyczyn, Śrem
June 14 1835

 
Sztuk, Antoni (I2388)
 
237 Greek Catholic Church, sponsors Михайло Гаврилишин, Марія Оконська
Michal Gavrilishn and Maria Okonska 
Hes, Ksenia (I1940)
 
238 Groom Father Stanislaus Slewdz
Groom Mother Apolonia Janik
Bride Father Franciszek Haider
Bride Mother Aniela Wos
Both baptized Minneapolis, MN
Witness 1: Duraj, Karol
Witness 2: Haider, Agnieszka 
Family F833
 
239 HARVEY "RED" HEIDEMAN
1932 - 2014 | Notice| Condolences
Harvey Red Heideman Notice
Heideman, Harvey "Red" Age 81, died on Tuesday, February 18, 2014, at his Muskego home. Beloved husband of Irene for 62 years. He was born in Wausau on September 1, 1932 to Bill and Emma (Zenk) Heideman. Harvey's positive attitude touched so many lives. He was generous with his time and skills and he could build or fix almost anything. He built numerous homes in the Muskego area with his son Patrick. Each day he was eager to start one of many projects that awaited him, including the refurbishing of a '66 Mustang and numerous farm tractors. Harvey was a supporter of Boy Scout Troop 18. Harvey was preceded in death by his sister Delores Weber and brothers Norman and Ralph Heideman. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his brother George (Ruth) and sister-in-law Nancy, all of Wausau. He will be dearly missed by his sons Perry (Jean), Milwaukee and Patrick (Kerry), Big Bend and daughters Christine (Jim) Karas, Lombard, IL, Lisa (Rod) Sayas, Greenfield and Kelly (Pete) Bognar, Muskego. He was blessed with 15 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. A memorial service will be held Saturday, March 8, at 1PM, at Unitarian Universalist Church West, 13001 West North Avenue, Brookfield, WI 53005. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to Muskego Boy Scout Troop 18.
Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Feb. 23, 2014 
Heideman, Harvey (I0086)
 
240 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Harris, Collin James (I4495)
 
241 His funeral was held at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery.

He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 
Julkowski, Raymond John (I0534)
 
242 House name Kalafut
she didn't get any land from brothers 
Szczech, Marianna (I2324)
 
243 House number 8 Krauszow

house name Kuba 
Gorz, Maria (I2302)
 
244 http://www.leg.state.mn.us/legdb/fulldetail.aspx?ID=12427

Julkowski, Raymond J.
Sessions Served red ball graphic Other Information
House 1935-38 (District 28); Senate 1939-54 (District 28)

Party when first elected: Nonpartisan Election

Counties Served: Hennepin

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
Date of Birth: 2/2/1908 Date of Death: 8/22/1989
Birth Place: Minneapolis, Minnesota Birth County: Hennepin Birth Country: United States
Other Names:
Gender: Male Religion: Catholic
City of Residence (when first elected): Minneapolis

Occupation (when first elected): Attorney at Law
EDUCATION
Minneapolis Parochial and Public Schools; Elementary School;
Edison High School, Minneapolis; Secondary; Graduate, 1926
St. Thomas College; B.A.;
St. Thomas College of Law; LL.B.; 1931

OTHER GOVERNMENT SERVICE
FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS
Spouse: Eleanor
Children: Four children: Gerald, Roger, Raymond, and Ronald (sons)
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:
GENERAL NOTES
He was of Polish ancestry.

He was a member of the Polish White Eagle Association, Polish National Alliance, and Knights of Columbus.

He died of a heart ailment at home in northeast Minneapolis, Minnesota. His funeral was held at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery.

He was a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Religion provided by his obituary.

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SESSIONS SERVED
58th Legislative Session (1953-1954) (second half of Senate term) Session Details
Body: Senate Elected: 11/7/1950 Term of Office: 1/2/1951 to 1/3/1955
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: President, 13th Avenue State Bank/Engaged in the Practice of Law
Party: Nonpartisan Election-Conservative Caucus
Committees:
Aviation
Banks and Banking
Cities of the First Class
Insurance (Chair)
Judiciary
Labor
Liquor Control
Taxes and Tax Laws
University
57th Legislative Session (1951-1952) Session Details
Body: Senate Elected: 11/7/1950 Term of Office: 1/2/1951 to 1/3/1955
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: President, 13th Avenue State Bank/Engaged in the Practice of Law
Party: Nonpartisan Election-Conservative Caucus
Committees:
Aviation
Banks and Banking
Cities of the First Class
Insurance (Chair)
Judiciary
Labor
Liquor Control
Taxes and Tax Laws
University
56th Legislative Session (1949-1950) (second half of Senate term) Session Details
Body: Senate Elected: 11/5/1946 Term of Office: 1/7/1947 to 1/1/1951
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: President, 13th Avenue State Bank/Engaged in the Practice of Law
Party: Nonpartisan Election
Committees:
Aviation
Banks and Banking
Cities of the First Class
General Legislation
Insurance (Chair)
Judiciary
Labor
Liquor Control
Taxes and Tax Laws
University
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55th Legislative Session (1947-1948) Session Details
Body: Senate Elected: 11/5/1946 Term of Office: 1/7/1947 to 1/1/1951
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: Lawyer
Party: Nonpartisan Election
Committees:
Aviation
Cities of the First Class
General Legislation
Insurance (Chair)
Judiciary
Labor
Liquor Control
Taxes and Tax Laws
University
54th Legislative Session (1945-1946) (second half of Senate term) Session Details
Body: Senate Elected: 11/3/1942 Term of Office: 1/5/1943 to 1/6/1947
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: Lawyer
Party: Nonpartisan Election
Committees:
Aviation
Cities of the First Class
General Legislation
Insurance (Chair)
Judiciary
Labor
Liquor Control
Public Welfare
University
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53rd Legislative Session (1943-1944) Session Details
Body: Senate Elected: 11/3/1942 Term of Office: 1/5/1943 to 1/6/1947
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: Lawyer
Party: Nonpartisan Election
Committees:
Cities of the First Class
General Legislation
Insurance (Chair)
Judiciary
Labor
Liquor Control
Public Welfare
University
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52nd Legislative Session (1941-1942) (second half of Senate term) Session Details
Body: Senate Elected: 11/8/1938 Term of Office: 1/3/1939 to 1/4/1943
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: Attorney at Law
Party: Nonpartisan Election
Committees:
Cities of the First Class
Insurance
Judiciary
Labor
Liquor Control
Public Welfare
University
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51st Legislative Session (1939-1940) Session Details
Body: Senate Elected: 11/8/1938 Term of Office: 1/3/1939 to 1/4/1943
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: Attorney at Law
Party: Nonpartisan Election
Committees:
Cities of the First Class
Insurance
Judiciary
Labor
Liquor Control
Public Welfare
University
50th Legislative Session (1937-1938) Session Details
Body: House Elected: 11/3/1936 Term of Office: 1/5/1937 to 1/2/1939
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: Attorney at Law
Party: Nonpartisan Election
Committees:
Appropriations
Cities of the First Class
General Legislation
Judiciary
Public Highways
Railroads and State Motor Transportation
University and State Schools
Workmens Compensation (Chair)
49th Legislative Session (1935-1936) Session Details
Body: House Elected: 11/6/1934 Term of Office: 1/8/1935 to 1/4/1937
District: 28 Residence: Minneapolis
Counties Represented: Hennepin
Occupation: Attorney at Law
Party: Nonpartisan Election
Committees:
Appropriations
Cities of the First Class
General Legislation
Judiciary
Public Highways
Temperance and Liquor Control
Workmens Compensation
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OTHER INFORMATION
Articles & Books About
"Raymond J. Julkowski, Former Legislator, Dies of Heart Ailment (Obituary). St. Paul Pioneer Press, August 24, 1989.

"Raymond Julkowski, Former Lawyer, State Legislator and Bank President (Obituary)." Star Tribune, August 23, 1989.  
Julkowski, Raymond John (I0534)
 
245 http://www.wiclarkcountyhistory.org/1data/37/37747.htm

Obit

Obit: Alger, Tracy L. (1977 - 2007)

Contact: Leon Konieczny
Email: leon@leonkonieczny.com

Surnames: Alger, Symbal, Knuston, Leo, Hawkins

----Sources: Leader-Telegram (Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, Wis.) Wednesday, 7 Nov. 2007

Alger, Tracy L. (21 June 1977 - 1 Nov. 2007)

Tracy Alger

NEW AUBURN - Tracy L. Alger, age 30, passed away Thursday, Nov. 1, 2007, in Iraq.

She was born June 21, 1977, in Chippewa County to Pauline Symbal. She was serving as a second lieutenant in the Army in Iraq at the time of her death. She enjoyed barrel racing and was a member of Wisconsin Girl's Barrel Racing Association, serving as president. In recent years, her focus has been on service to her country and her fellow comrades in arms.

She is survived by her mother, Pauline Knutson of New Auburn; one sister, Tanya (Chris) Leo of Colorado Springs; maternal grandmother, Bernice Symbal of Stanley; special friend, Rick Hawkins of Indianapolis; and numerous other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her maternal grandfather, Theodore "Ted" Symbal.

Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9, 2007, at Olson Funeral Home in Bloomer.

Private family services will be held at a later date, with burial in the Saint Mary of Czestochowa Cemetery in Stanley. 
Alger, Tracy (I2276)
 
246 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F292
 
247 https://www.cremationsociety-wi.com/obituary/Charles-A-Gutowski/Eau-Claire-WI/1735232

Charles A. Gutowski "Charlie" 59, of Eau Claire, WI passed away on June 16, 2017 at Clearwater Care Center in Eau Claire, WI.
Charlie was born in Stanley, WI on February 13, 1958 to Charles E. and Patricia (Hendricks) Gutowski. Charlie attended school in both Eau Claire and Stanley, graduating from Stanley-Boyd High School in 1977. After high school he attended the Courage Center of Golden Valley, MN. He lived and worked in Minneapolis, MN as a dispatcher at Metro Area Transit. Later in life he returned to Eau Claire to reside at the Clearwater Care Center.
Charlie was married to Jaunita Rea on May 22, 1993 and became a step-dad to Edward, Josh, and Lau-rie Rea.
He was an avid Packers, Badgers, and Minnesota Twins fan. He enjoyed playing cards and cribbage, western books and movies, cleaning and repairing guns and his country and blue grass music. His favorite thing to do was keeping up with his many friends and family through visits and phone conversations; reminiscing about people and events that meant a lot to him.
Charlie is survived by his dad Charles E. Gutowski of Stevens Point, WI; his sisters, Linda Headrick of Throp, WI and Violet Gutowski of Wisconsin Rapids, WI; his niece Laura (Brian) Wood of Plover, WI; his step-children, Edward, Josh and Lau-rie Rea; his brother-in-law Mike (Andy-Lu) Rea and Darrell Rea all of Minneapolis, MN. He is also survived by many beloved aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
Charlie is preceded in death by his wife Juanita, his mother Patricia, his grandparents Charlie and Bernice (Szczech) Gutowski and Gus and Liz (Boss) Hendricks. His aunt Sr. Mary Arlene Hendricks and uncle Richard Hendricks, his mother-in-law Esther Mundinger and brother-in-law Pat Rea also preceded him in death.
The family of Charlie would like to express a heartfelt thank you to Joan, Mary, Joe and especially Jim for always being there. They would also like to thank the staff, his caregivers and special friends at the Clearwater Care Center.
A family celebration of life will be held at a later date.
Online condolences can be left at www.cremationsociety-wi.com. Cremation Society of Wisconsin is serving the family. 
Gutowski, Charles August (I0690)
 
248 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F002
 
249 https://www.wiclarkcountyhistory.org/5data/114/114278.htm

Obit: Lato, John K. (1905 - 1966)

Contact: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Lato, Rogus, Haider, Kosik, Lasiuk, Grabowski

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 13 Oct 1966

Lato, John K. (3 MAR 1905 - 29 SEP 1966)

Funeral services were held at St. Hedwig's Chapel, Oct. 4th for John K. Lato, who passed away Thursday, Sept. 29th, 1966, at Victory Memorial Hospital, Stanley. Rev. Edward Masalewicz officiated at the ten o'clock service and burial was in St. Hedwig's Cemetery.

Pallbearers were neighbors of the deceased: Florian Sniegowski, Leonard Szymanski, Chester Rogalski, Anton Jacque, George Schmidt and Joe Lewien.

Mr. Lato, a retired farmer, was born March 3, 1905 in Lublin, Poland. He came to the states in 1925 to his father's farm. Later he bought a farm in the township of Reseburg (Clark Co., Wis.) and exchanged three different farms until 1963, when he sold his personal property and in 1965 selling his farm, except for 1 acre of land. On Aug. 8, 1913 he was united in marriage to Kathern Rogus at St. Hedwig's Parish, Thorp.

Surviving are his wife Kathern; four sons, Walter of Palos Hills, Ill., Edward of Brookfield, Wis., Leo of Clio, Mich., Sp. 4 George E. Lato, serving in Vietnam; two daughters, (Amelia) Mrs. Peter Haider, and Genevieve, both in Minneapolis; one brother Bruno of Lublin, Poland; three sisters, (Veronica) Mrs. Stanley Kosik, (Magdalene) Mrs. Stanley Lasiuk, (Stella) Mrs. Joe Grabowski; one uncle, Anton Lato; one aunt, Agnes Lato, and thirteen grandchildren.

Out of town relatives and friends attending the funeral were Mr. Ludwik Lato, Sask., Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kanesky, Barnum, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. John Lato, Menomonie, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Frantz, Neillsville, Wis., Mrs. John Rogus and son John, Gordon, Wis., Joe Lato, Stratford, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lato, Clio, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. George Hopkins, Mrs. Joe Karmowski, Mr. and Ms. Stanley Rogus, Mrs. Alex Shmigelsky, Mrs. John Kubiak and daughter, Mr. Wacek Lato, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lato and family, Palos Hill, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Letvinuck and son Chester, Lombard, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kosik, Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lato, Brookfield, Wis., Miss Genevieve Lato, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Haider and son, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Cisek, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haider, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ezucek, Mr. Robert Krause, Carole Hornug, Phyllis Dahlhemier, Janice Wilson, Jackie Haider, Mrs. Groeke and son Marcus, all from Minneapolis. Others were from Gilman, Greenwood, Stanley and Thorp.  
Lato, John (I4696)
 
250 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F1634
 

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