Obit: Kozlowski/Koslo, Wallace #3 (1910 - 1962)
Surnames: Kozlowski, Koslo, Dobrzynski, Molepske, Meach, Persik
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 02/08/1962
Kozlowski/Koslo, Wallace #3 (7 JUL 1910 - 27 JAN 1962)
The Rev. Edward Masalewicz officiated at the funeral services in St. Hedwig’s Chapel here at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 31 for Wallace J. Koslo, 51, a former area resident who died of a heart attack at St. Francis Hospital in Milwaukee on Jan. 27, 1962. Burial was made in the parish cemetery.
Pallbearers were Edward Dobrzynski, Bernard Dobrzynski, Donald Dobrzynski, Leonard Szymanski, Richard Szymanski and Steve Lato.
Mr. Koslo was born July 7, 1910 at Polley, Wis. and resided at the following places, Gilman, Owen, Thorp, Eau Claire and Hales Corners, Wis. On Jan. 17, 1932 he was united to Sophie C. Dobrzynski at Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.). Mr. Koslo was a sales mgr. at P & D Mfg. Co., Hales Corners, Wis. at the time of his death.
Surviving are his wife, Sophie; his father John Kozlowski, two sons, Wallace, Milwaukee, Harold, Hales Corners; one brother, William, Manitowoc; three sisters, Irene Molepske, Wis. Rapids, Josephine Meach and Alice Persik, both of Milwaukee.
Those attending the funeral were: Mr. John Kozlowski, Wis. Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. W. Koslo and Sharon, Manitowoc, Mr. and Mrs. S. Malepske, Wis. Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. M. Meach, Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. A. Persik, Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. R. Andres and Renee, Palatine, Ill., Mrs. Helen Kaiser, Hales Corners, Mr. and Mrs. W. Arazny and Bernice, Milwaukee, Mrs. Sophie Arazny, Milwaukee, Mr. J. Swinton, St. Paul, Mr. W. Swinton, St. Paul, Mr. R. Malepske, Watertown, Mr. and Mrs. E. Daber, Eau Claire, Miss Judie Papierniak, Marshfield, Mr. and Mrs. A. Swinton, Ladysmith, and Gerald Szymanski, River Falls.
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