Obit: Prebil, Frank Anton #2 (1906 - 1960)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon


Surnames: Prebil, Sajanz, Klancher, Petkovsek, Van Tatenhove, Zimmerman, Evans, Winkenwerder, Jenz, Matkovich, Crotzer, Lesar, Champa, Perko, Perme, Madic


----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) January 5, 1961


Prebil, Frank Anton (8 April 1906 –23 December 1960)


Frank Anton Prebil, 54, died at his home in Boyceville.  He had been ill with a heart ailment for some time.


He was born April 8, 1906, in Ely, Minn.  In 1918 he moved with his parents, Frank and Mary (Sajanz) Prebil, to Willard, where they settled on a farm two and one-half miles west of Willard.  He received his education in the Willard schools.


On January 15, 1927, he was married to Alice Klancher in Chicago, Ill.  Until recently the Prebils operated a store at Boyceville; prior to that they operated taverns at Willard and Granton for many years. They have resided in Boyceville the past five years.


They are members of the Catholic Church in Menomonie.


Besides his wife, Mr. Prebil is survived by three daughters, Mrs. William (Dorothy) Petkovsek of Willard, Mrs. Virginia Van Tatenhove of Los Angeles, Calif., and Sandra, at home; and a son, Richard of Milwaukee; eight grandchildren, four sisters, Mrs. William (Mary) Zimmerman of Beaver Dam, Mrs. Walter )Frances) Evans of Chicago,  Ill., Mrs. Roy (Pauline) Winkenwerder of Watertown, and Mrs. Michael (Elsie) Jenz of Beaver Dam; and a brother, Anthony (Bill) Prebil of Willard, also survive.


Funeral services were held December 27 from the Holy Family Catholic Church in Willard. The Rev. Aloysius Madic officiated.  Interment was made in the church cemetery.


Pallbearers were: Louis Matkovich, Gerald Crotzer, John Lesar, Louis Champa, Louis Perko and John Perme.



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