Obit: Gesicki, Leo J. (1891 - 1961)


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Surnames: Gesicki, Neubecker


----Source: Madison Capital Times February 9, 1961


Leo J. Gesicki (1 Apr 1891 - 1961)


 — Obituaries —


Leo J. Gesicki


Was La Follette Progressive Leo J. Gesicki, 70, Dies; Once Lincoln Co. Lawmaker Word hat been received here of the death at Merrill of Leo J. Gesicki, 70, a member of the State Assembly from Lincoln County in the 1931 Legislature. Mr. Gesicki was born in Cassel Township, Marathon County, in 1891. He was raised on a farm and received his education in Marathon County. He amended three years of college at Prairie du Chien. In his early days he was employed as a clerk in a hardware store in Spokane, Wash., and was later engaged for seven years in the general store business in Marathon County, Wisconsin.


He was a state deputy oil inspector for six years and later was engaged in the life insurance business at Merrill. Mr. Gesicki, once a member of the old LaFollette Progressive Party (R), ran for the. State Senate on the Democratic ticket in 1956. Mr. Gesicki is survived by his wife; a daughter, Mrs. Mark Neubecker, Fresno, Calif., and a son, Leon J., of Wausau.


*Leo J. Geisicki died in Merrill, Lincoln, Wisconsin.  He was married in 1907.


1942 WW II Draft Registration, Merrill, Lincoln, Wisconsin, United States


Leo Gesicki, 51 yrs.
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 01 Apr 1891

Address: 305 Pier, Merrill, Lincoln, Wis.

Nearest Relative: Mrs. Anna Gesicki,

Employer: Standard Adv. & Co., Port Scott, Kan. Newton Mfg. Co., Newton, IA - North Half Wis., Merrill, Wis.


1920 Federal Census, Weston, Marathon, Wisconsin, United States

Father's Birthplace: Poland
Mother's Birthplace: Poland

Household Members
Leo Gesicki Head M 29 (1891) Wisconsin
Anna Gesicki Wife F 36 (1884) Wisconsin
Leo Gesicki Son M 2 (1918) Wisconsin
Loraine Beatrice Gesicki Daughter F 1 (1919) Wisconsin



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