Obit: Sedlachek, Helen A. (1906 - 1979)

 
Contact: Ken Wood

 

Surnames: Sedlachek, Passehl, Kusek, Mancl, Frankland, Wesley

 

----Source: Marshfield News Herald, Marshfield, Wood Co., WI, Mon., 26 Mar. 1979

 

Sedlachek, Helen A. (7 June 1906 - 24 Mar. 1979)

Miss Helen A. Sedlachek, 72, of 208 N. Cedar Ave., died at 11:14 a.m. Sat.in the emergency room of St. Josephís Hospital.

Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Tues. at St. Johnís Catholic Church. The Rev. George C. Passehl will officiate. Committal services will be at 1:30 p.m. Wed. at Resurrection Cemetery, Chicago, where burial will follow.

Friends may call beginning at 2 p.m. today and until time of services Tues. at Rembs/Kundinger Chapel. A parish rosary will be at 7:45 tonight.

Miss Sedlachek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob (Sophia Kusek) Sedlachek, was born June 7, 1906 in Chicago. As a child she moved to the town of Milladore where she attended school. She returned to Chicago as a young woman and was employed there by Roscoe Dry Cleaning Firm until her retirement. She and her sister, Miss Lillian Sedlachek, came to Marshfield in 1976.

She was a member of St. Johnís Catholic Church.

Surviving besides her sister, Lillian, are two brothers, Matt of Marinette and Edward of Oshkosh; and a sister, Mrs. Herman (Elizabeth) Mancl of Marshfield.

Two brothers, a sister and her parents predeceased her.

Pallbearers will be Alfred, Francis and Marvin Sedlachek, Gerald and Ronald Mancl and James Frankland. Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Wesley will provide music.

 

 


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