Response--Obit: Dusak/Dimler
Contact: Fred Pesek
Email: fcp89@aol.com

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Hi Janet: I did not make it to Neillsville today but to Tomah. As a matter of fact I am writing this from the Tomah public library. Maybe we can make it to Neillsville tomorrow. In any case you may have given me the information that I am looking for. Emil in 1928 may have been buried by himself in a different part of the cemetery. I have the numbers of the plots where Francis Dusak, Emil Dusak her son died in 1964 and her second husband Henry Dimler. I would need to know the plot number of where Emil (who died in 1928 is buried?) Hopefully we can connect and solve this mystery. Once I find Emil Sr. I will have completed my findings on the Sterba Family. I will hand it all over to you once I organize everything... Sterba was Frances Dusak maiden name. That is all for now... Thanks again... Fred

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