Obit: Stszeszynski, Peter #2 (1890 - 1955)
Piekarski, Sopiarz, Konieczny, Polnaszek, Tobola, Lesniewski,
Iwaience, Jacobson, Stcynski, Siler, Borowick, Lesnarski, Metry,
Cordes, Borsavage, Sours, Hertz, Marks, Gordon, Burzynski, Gawell,
Thompson, Jarocki, Lukas, Richter, Mann
Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 01/20/1955
Stszeszynski, Peter (29
July 1890 - 16 Jan. 1955)
Funeral services for
Peter Stszeszynski, 64, who died Sunday, were held Wednesday
morning at 10:00 o’clock at the St. Hedwig’s Catholic
chapel, at Thorp. The Rev. F. A. Piekarski officiated at the
requiem high mass and at the internment which followed in the
The pallbearers were
friends from Thorp, Joseph Sopiartz, Paul Konieczny, Thomas
Polnaszek, Joseph Tobola, Anton Lesniewski, and Adam
Peter Stszeszynski , born
July 29, 1890, at Thorp, was one of a family of five boys and five
girls. He received his education in Thorp and was married to Miss
Sophia Iwaience in Chicago, in August, 1917. The young couple lived
at Chicago and St. Paul for a few years and then moved to Thorp
where he operated the General Merchandise Store and later a tavern.
Five years ago they bought the 13 & 29 Club in Abbotsford.
Mr. Stszeszynski was
taken to St. Joseph’s hospital, Marshfield, Jan. 10 and
underwent surgery. Death occurred Sunday, Jan. 16 at 3:00
He is survived by his
widow and two children, George, and Mrs. Leslie (Eleanore)
Jacobson; three grand children, of Chicago, and four brothers and
Members of the immediate
family attending the funeral were the children, Mr. and Mrs. George
Stszeszynski and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jacobson and son, Robert, of
Chicago; the four brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Stszynski, mr. and
Mrs. Mike Stcynski, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stcynski, St. Paul; Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Stszeszynski, and children, Le Center, Minn.; the five
sisters, mr. and Mrs. John (Agnes) Siler, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
(Victoria) Siler, Mr. and Mrs. Peter (Mary) Borowick, Mrs. Helen
Lesnaski and two daughters, Helen and Mrs. Fred Metry and children,
St. Paul; and Mrs. Hattie Cordes, Wausau.
Other relatives here were
Ted Borsavage, Lewis Borowick, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sours, St. Paul;
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Borsavage and children and Mrs. Emil Hertz,
Wausau; Mrs. Harry Marks, Mrs. Phil Gordon, Mrs. Frank Burzynski,
Peter Iwaience, and Matt Gawell, Chicago.
Friends at the funeral services included Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jarocki, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lukas, and Mrs. Norman Lukas, Abbotsford; and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Richter and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mann, of Dorchester.
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