Obit: Rosolack, John George (1886 - 1932)
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Surnames: Rosolack, Wolfe, Eckermann, Jack

----Sources: Humbird Enterprise Newspaper (Humbird, Wis.) July 9, 1932

Rosolack, John (28 Feb. 1886 - 1 July 1932)

Adolph and Will Rosolack and their sister, Mrs. Wolfe, from near La Crosse, who were summoned to the bedside of their brother, John, at Muskegon Heights, Mich. last Thursday night, arrived there Friday about the time he passed away. John had been in poor health for the past three years, and recently submitted to an operation, septic poisoning resulting in his death soon afterward.

John George Rosolack was born Feb. 28, 1886 at Watertown, So. Dak. (South Dakota) and moved to La Crosse with his parents at the age of eight years. After seven years in that city, the family moved to Alma Center and vicinity where he grew to young manhood.

Twenty years ago he went to Muskegon, Mich. where he obtained employment in machine shops, and that city had since been his home.

He was married sixteen years ago to Miss Augusta Eckermann of that city, who survives him. His death is mourned by his father, Frank Rosolack, and two brothrs, Adolph C. and William M. of this village; and two sisters, Mrs. Louise Wolfe, La Crosse, and Mrs. Mollie Jack, of Chicago.

Deceased was well known and much respected by a large circle of friends in this vicinity.

Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, and burial was in the cemetery at Muskegon. Mr. Rosolack attained the age of 46 years, 4 months and 3 days.

 

 


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