Obit: Krych, Agnes (1885 - 1964)


Surnames: Krych, Dudkiewicz, Yorkowsky, Grzenia, Sumiec, Jakowicz, Sokolski, Panek, Nowik

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 04/09/1964

Krych, Agnes (29 DEC 1885 - 30 MAR 1964)

Father Roy Mish officiated at the funeral services held for Mrs. Andrew Krych of Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.), as Celebrant of the Mass at ten o'clock Wednesday morning, Apri. 1st, at St. Hedwig's Chapel, Thorp.

Mrs. Krych passed away at the hospital at Stanley March 30, 1964 at the age of seventy-eight years, three months and one day.

The former Agnes Dudkiewicz was born in Poland on Dec. 29, 1885. She came to America with her parents at the age of four years and resided in Chicago until eighteen years of age, at which time the family moved to Thorp. She was united in marriage to Andrew Krych at St. Hedwig's Church here on May 10, 1905. She and her husband farmed in the Town of Thorp for nearly forty years and moved to the village of Thorp about twenty years ago.

Besides her husband, she is survived by twelve children: five sons, Steve, Joseph, Frank and Leonard of Chicago, and Edmund of Minneapolis; seven daughters, Mrs. Theresa Yorkowsky, (Ann)Mrs. Matt Grzenia, (Louise) Mrs. Joseph Sumiec, (Delores) Mrs. Stanley Jakowicz, of Chicago; (Ceil) Mrs. Jack Sokolski of Green Bay, (Rose) Mrs. George Panek and Katherine Krych of Thorp; two brothers, Louis and Phil Dudkiewicz of Green Bay, and one sister, (Marie) Mrs. Chester Nowik of Chicago; 26 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

She was laid to rest in New St. Hedwig's parish cemetery. Pallbearers were grandson, Robert, James and Mitchell Grzenia, Daniel Sumiec and Steve Krych of Chicago, and Ray Sokolski of Green Bay.

Persons from out of town here to attend the funeral were from Chicago, Green Bay, Norridge and Posen, Ill., and Minnesota.



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