Obit: Kokaly, Anton (1907 - 1948)
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----Sources: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wis.) 05/??/1948

Kokaly, Anton (6 JUN 1907 - 30 APR 1948)

Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.) - Funeral services were conducted Monday morning at 10 o’clock at Holy Family Catholic Church at Willard for Anton J. Kokaly, 40, who died April 30, 1948 at his home at Willard.

The Rev. Bernard Ambrozic officiated at the Requiem High Mass and burial was made in Holy Family Cemetery, Willard.

Pallbearers were Martin, Rudolph and Darwin Kokaly, Dan and William Boh, and Joseph Hardwig.

Anton Joseph Kokaly, son of Frank Kokaly, Willard, and the late Antonia Kokaly, was born at Sunnyside, Utah, June 6, 1907, and lived there and at Louisville, Colo., before coming to Willard in 1945 to engage in farming.

He was a member of the K.S.K.J. Society, which attended the funeral in a group.

Surviving besides his father and wife are four children, Carol, Anton Jr., William and Sylvia; three brothers, Martin and Darwin, both at home, and Rudolph, Hillsboro; and five sisters, Mary, at home; Mrs. Dan (Sylvia) Boh, Willard; Mrs. William (Ann) Boh, Greenwood; and Mrs. Joseph (Mathilda) Hardwig and Miss Carolyn Kokaly, Chicago.

Two brothers, Francis and Frank, are dead, and his mother died Oct. 24, 1930.

Out of town people at the funeral were Miss Carolyn Kokaly, Chicago; Rudolph Kokaly, Hillsboro; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hardwig and family, Chicago; Anton Kokaly, Janesville; Mrs. Lambert Bertzen, Chicago; Mrs. Frank Schnailmann, Evanston, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kranje, Waukegan, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Francel, Augusta; and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Francel Jr., Marshfield.



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