Obit: Lukasz, Michalina (1871 - 1957)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon


Surnames: Lukasz, Delewski, Danielski, Wojtowski, Freda, Pailicka, Szcwczyk, Diehn, Pashkervitz, Suminski, Nych, Weisensel, Hanutke, Jagielo, Jaromin, Matajzele, Mozdzier, Reshel, McKoskey  

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) August 8, 1957 

Lukasz, Michalina (16 April 1871 - 30 July 1957) 

Mrs. Joseph Lukasz, Sr., 86, of City Point, died July 30, at her home of old age complications. 

A requiem high Mass was read Saturday morning in City Point, with the Rev. Richard McKoskey officiating.  Burial was made in the parish cemetery.  A general rosary was said Friday evening at the Bergemann Funeral Home. 

Michalina Delewski was born April 16, 1871, in Poland. She received her education in Poland and was married to Anthony Danielski. In 1899 they came to America, living in Michigan or two years.  Following the death of her husband in 1908, the family moved to Milwaukee, where on February 14, 1910, she was married to Joseph Lukasz. In 1921 they moved to City Point, which had been her home until her death.  

She is survived by three children from her first marriage: Mrs. Stella Wojtowski, Mrs. Peter (Helen) Freda, and Anton Danielski, all of Milwaukee; and two children from her second marriage: Joseph Lukasz, Jr., and Miss Rose Lukasz, both of City Point.  Other survivors are nine grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. 

Pallbearers were: Leo Hanutke, Paul Jagielo, Adam Jaromin, John Matajzele, Stanley Mozdzier and Frank Reshel. 

Out of town people attending were: Mrs. Stella Wojtowski, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Freda, Anton Danielski, Peter Wojtowski, Miss Rosemarie Pailicka, Joseph Szcwczyk, Lottie Diehn, Mrs. Anna Pashkervitz and Thomas Suminski, all of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Nych, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Elais Weisensel, Sun Prairie. 



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