Obit: Nozar, James (1912 - 1964)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon



Surnames: Nozar, Kozar, Fulayter, Berke, Bogie, Seebandt, Saibold, Thompson, Buddinger, Kellin, Thompson, Kulchar, Heintz, Sebak, Heintz, Gomolski, Reed, Unger, Meyer, Misfeldt, Kolodziej, Haase, Fetter, Kronberger, Schecklman, Schmidt, Richmond, Flohr, Richardson, Foldy, Bergner, Drescher, Harder, Slone, Bird, Tichy, Diercks, Nichols


----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) October 22, 1964


Nozar, James (19 November 1912 - 13 October 1964)


Funeral services were held Saturday from the Neillsville Methodist Church for James Nozar, 51, who died suddenly of a heart attack at his farm home in the Town of York October 13.  The Rev. David Kellin of the Greenwood Methodist Church, and the Rev. Oscar Nichols officiated.  Burial was made in the Neillsville City Cemetery.


James Nozar was born November 19, 1912, in Chicago, Ill., the son of J. and Julia (Kozar) Nozar.  He received his education in Chicago. After finishing school he was employed in the steel mills.


He was married February 1, 1936, in Chicago to the former Elizabeth Fulayter. They came to Clark County in 1946, locating on a farm near Thorp. In 1950, they moved onto the former Bill Diercks farm in the Town of York, which they purchased.


He was a member of the Christie Methodist Church.


Survivors include his wife; two sons, Sgt. Jon Nozar of the USMC at Camp Lejeune, N. C., and James Nozar, at home; a daughter, Carol Ann, at home; a sister, Mrs. Alex (Irene) Berke of Chicago; and three brothers, Martin and John Nozar and Joe Bogie of Chicago, Ill.; and a grandchild.


Pallbearers were Leon Metcalf, Henry and Herman Seebandt, Walter Saibold, Roy Thompson and Douglas Buddinger.  "What a Friend we have in Jesus" and "Servant of God, Well done" were sung by Mrs. David Kellin, accompanied by Mrs. T. N. Thompson.


People from Chicago attending the services were: Martin Nozar, Mr. and Mrs. John Nozar, James R. Nozar, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fulayter, Mrs. Louis Kulchar, Mrs. Elizabeth Fulayter, Mrs. Ger. Heintz, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bogie, Mr. and Mrs. John Sebak, Mr. and Mrs. David Sebak, Barbara Heintz, Adrain and Judy Gomolski.


Others attending were Benheart M. Fulayter of Detroit, Mich.; Steve Fulayter of Allen Park, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reed and Jeffery of Rhinelander; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Unger of Owen; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Meyer and family of Thorp; Mr. John Misfeldt and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kolodziej and son of Thorp; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence P. Haase, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fetter of Eau Claire; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kronberger, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schecklman and Henry Schmidt of Loyal; Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Richmond, Jr., and Carole of Granton; Mrs. John Nozar and son of Camp Lejeune, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Flohr of Glen Flora; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flohr of Hawkins; Eunice Richardson, Lewis Foldy and Pearl Bergner, all of Stanley.


From Greenwood attending were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Drescher, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harder, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Slone, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bird and Robert Tichy.


Funeral arrangements were made by the Georgas Funeral Home.




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