Obit: Budzinski Frank (1883 - 1966)


Surnames: Budzinski, Kryzanski, Piecuski, Egan, McGowan, Hodes, Weiler, Kosiba, Suter

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

Budzinski Frank (5 OCT 1883 - 1 JAN 1966)

Frank Budzinski, 82, formerly a Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.) area resident, passed away in Chicago on Saturday, Jan. 1st, 1966.

Mr. Budzinski was born Oct. 5, 1883 in Poland. He came to the states in 1885 with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Joe Budzinski, settling in the town of Withee. He later moved to the town of Reseburg, and in 1943 moved to Chicago, where he worked for Ryerson's Steel Co. for several years. On Oct. 7, 1904 he was united in marriage to Mary Kryzanski, who preceded him in death, at St. Hedwig's Church, Thorp. On May 28, 1954, he was married to Mary Piecuski in Chicago.

Funeral services were held at DeNicolo Funeral Home, Chicago, with services at St. Anne's Church on Wednesday, Jan. 5th at ten a.m. Pallbearers were all grandsons of the decease: Eugene Budzinski of Thorp; Robert and Walter Egan, Dave McGowan Jr., jerry Suter and Larry Kosiba, all of Chicago.

Surviving are his wife Mary; 2 sons, John of Thorp and Frank of Wheaton, Ill.; three daughters, Mrs. Louise Egan, Mrs. Dave (Mary) McGowan Sr., Mr. Helen Hodes, all of Chicago; three step-daughters, Mrs. Ray (Gene) Weiler, Mrs. Andy (Frances) Kosiba, Mrs. Joe (Charlotte) Suter; three brothers, Stanley of Gilman, John of Tarzana, Calif., and Joe; four sisters, Josephine, Rose, Mary and Katherine, all of Chicago.

Preceding him in death also, are one daughter, Bernice, one son, Joseph, one brother Toney, and one sister, Frances.



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