Obit: Snedic, John
Sr. (1879 - 1941)
Surnames: SNEDIC KRNICAR HORVAT FON
----Sources: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wis.) 10/04/1941
Snedic, John Sr. (28 DEC 1879 - 18 SEP 1941)
A Requiem High Mass was read for John Snedic Sr. Monday morning, Sept. 22, at 9 o’clock at Holy Family Catholic Church, Willard (Clark Co., Wis.), with the Rev. Raphael Stragisher officiating.
Interment was made in the parish cemetery. Mr. Snedic died Thursday, Sept. 18, 1941, at his home in Willard, following an illness of a year.
The pallbearers were Mike Artac, Joseph Bukovec, Frank Kokaly, John Gregorich, Frank Perovsek, and Valentine Jeras. Flower girls were Pauline and Josephine Francel, Sylvia Kokaly, Mrs. William Boh, Dorothy Petkovsek, Christine Gregorich, Ann Champa, and Betty Arch.
Mr. Snedic was born at Krajn, Yugoslavia, and came to America to settle at Rockdale, near Joliet, Ill., in August 1906. He was married to Mary Krnicar in Rockdale on Sept. 26, 1907.
They lived there for eight years and on April 14, 1914, moved to Willard, where they had resided since.
Surviving are his wife, two sons, John Jr., Greenwood; and Paul, at home; four daughters, Mrs. Louis (Ann) Horvat, Willard; Mary, Josephine and Angeline, at home; three grandchildren, Billy, Jimmy, and Mary Ann Snedic, Greenwood; and one sister, Mrs. Angela Fon, Milwaukee.
Those from away who attended the funeral were Mrs. Angela Fon and daughter, Helen, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Snedic, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bostjancic, Mrs. Frank Zupancic and son, Albin, John Kamnbar and son, John and Joseph Juhont, all of Rockdale, Ill.
Re: Obit: Snedic,
John Sr. (1879 - 1941)
Contact: John Zaborsky
My grandfather was Joseph Snedic. He died on 10/16/1928. The Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Snedic of Rockdale Illinois were my aunt and uncle. I now live in Northeastern WI. Regards, John
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