Obit: Pazdernik, Anna (1890 – 1939)

Contact: Linda Mertens

Surnames: Pazdernik, Garvue, Staliman, Bliss

----Source - Anna Johnson's Scrapbook

Anna Pazdernik (3 Jul 1890 – 23 Mar 1939)

Mrs. Edward Pazdernik, 48, Rhinelander, the former Anna Helen Garvue of the town of Mayville, Clark county, died last Thursday of burns received March 11 when a stove she was lighting with kerosene in her farm home three miles south of Rhinelander exploded, igniting her clothing and setting the house afire.

Mrs. Pazdernik, although she was fatally burned, made three trips into the flaming house to save the household goods. The house was destroyed by the blaze.

Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at Rhinelander, with the Rev. O. Olson officiating. Internment was at Rhinelander.

Mrs. Pazdernik leaves her husband; five children; and four brothers. Children are June, who teaches near Rhinelander; Alice May, who is a student at the normal school; and Kenneth, Donald and Ruth at home.

Brothers are Gilbert Garvue of Dorchester; Thomas of Mobridge, South Dakota; Jack of Marshfield, and Andrew of Minneapolis, Minn. Another brother Ollie of Marshfield died June 5, 1938.

Anna Helen Garvue was born at Dorchester July 3, 1890. She was married to Edward Pazdernik May 20, 1913 at Rhinelander. The couple came to the county in 1913 and to the present home in 1914.

She was a member of the Trinity Lutheran church.

She worked as a telephone operator for some time in Dorchester.

Out of town relatives and friends present at the funeral were Gilbert Garvue of Dorchester; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Garvue of Mobridge, S D; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garvue of Marshfield; Andrew Garvue of Minneapolis; Mrs. Ollie Garvue of Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Anton Staliman and daughter Leona of Corinth; John Pazdernik of Bessemer, Mich; and Ed Bliss of Detroit, Mich.



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