Mary J. (1862 - 1950)
Contact: George Plautz
Surnames: Jearersek, Trampush, Novak, Prepilue, Mokovic, Suda, Reinhart, Kebl, Martnik, Chantry, Debelak, Narthnick, Bauer, Prepulue, Kovatch, Mikusch
----Source: Frances Plautz Scrapbook Collection - Possibly From Greenwood Gleaner
Jearesek, Mary J. (28 Feb. 1862 - 6 Feb. 1950)
Mary J. Jearersek was born February 28, 1862 in Yugoslavia and received her education there and was married to Frank Trampush in 1903. They came to the United States in 1904 and settled in Illinois. In 1917 they came to Owen where they resided until 1931 when they moved to a farm 2 ½ miles northeast of Greenwood. For the past two years she has made her home in Minneapolis with her two daughters.
Mrs. Trampush passed away in Minneapolis on Monday, February 6, 1950 and the body was brought to Greenwood on Tuesday.
A Requiem Mass was read at St. Mary’s Catholic church on Thursday, February 9 with the Rev. J. Novak officiating. She was laid to rest in the Catholic cemetery.
The pallbearers were Frank Prepilue, Frank Mokovic, Matt Novak, Tony Suda, Frank R. Reinhart and Louis Kebl.
She is survived by her husband Frank and ten children: Mrs. Joe (Mary) Martnik, Stefi, Julia, Mrs. Robert (Frances) Chantry, all of Chicago: John, Milwaukee; Frank and Henry, Greenwood; Annie and Josephine, Minneapolis and Regina, Lake Forest, Ill. Ten grandchildren and a sister Mrs. Mat Debelak of Summit, Ill.
She was preceded in death by two sons, Mike in 1940 and a son, seven months old, two sisters and three brothers.
Out-of-town people attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Narthnick, daughters Theresa and Joan, Palos Park, Ill; Mr. and Mrs. John Trampush, Milwaukee; Mrs. Mat Debelak and son Joe, Summit, Ill; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chantry, Stefi and Julia Trampush, Chicago; Miss Regina Trampush, Lake Forest, Ill; Misses Josephine and Anna Trampush, Minneapolis, Minn.; Sylvester, Keneth, Rollie, Wallace and Arlene Bauer, Loyal; Mr. and Mrs. Matt Novak and sin, Frank Prepulue. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Novak, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kovatch, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mokovic Jr, Mr. and Mrs. Y. Kovatch, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reinhart, Owen; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mikusch, Lake Tomahawk, Wis.
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