Obit: Tobola, Anna (1892 – 1969)


Surnames: Tobola, Klick, Hedler, Koskinen, Kmieciak, Chilicki, Miller, Ciolkosz, Soli

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 02 Oct 1969

Tobola, Anna (2 JUL 1892 – 19 SEP 1969)

Mrs. Joseph Tobola (Anna Klick), 77, a resident of Thorp (Clark Co.), Wisconsin, passed away Friday morning, September 19, 1969, at Sacred Heart Hospital, Eau Claire. She was born July 2, 1892 in the village of Krakow, Poland, and came to America with her parents at an early age. She was married to Joseph T. Tobola on February 2, 1909 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, after which she move to Wisconsin and resided in the Thorp area until the time of her death.

The deceased was a member of the Polish National Alliance, Women’s Catholic Order of Foresters, Holy Rosary Society and American Legion Auxiliary. Shew as a respected neighbor and a loving wife, mother and grandmother.

Those left to mourn her passing are, her husband, Joseph; two daughters, Mrs. Leo Hedler (Mary) of Thorp, Mrs. Hans Koskinen (Helen) of Eau Claire; three sons, Thomas of Cadott, Leo of Chippewa Falls, William of Thorp; thirteen grandchildren, twenty great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Mary Kmieciak, and one brother, Frank Klick, of South St. Paul, Minnesota.

Funeral services were conducted at St. Hedwig’s Chapel Monday morning, September 22 by Rev. Fr. Connie Chilicki.

Serving as pallbearers were six of her grandsons, Joseph Tobola, Richard Tobola, Jerome Hedler, Phillip Miller, Lawrence Ciolkosz, and Bruce Soli. Mrs. Tobola was laid to rest in the family plot of St. Hedwig’s Cemetery.



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