Obit: Rembleski, Anton & Veronica – Killed in Car-Train Accident (1974)


Surnames: Rembleski, Brost, Kolasa, Webster, Polchinski, Gay, Bemann, Markowicz, Wilcenski, Bernig, Slama, Sieppe, Fijalkiewicz, Niteko

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 14 Feb 1974

Rembleski, Anton & Veronica – Killed in Car-Train Accident (1974)

Anton J. Rembleski, 71, and his wife, Veronica Rembleski, 58, died in a car-train accident at Gilman on Monday, February 11, 1974. Funeral services will be held at S.S. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Gilman, today, Thursday, February 14, ten a.m., with Father Frederick Brost officiating. Burial will be made in the Meadowbrook Cemetery.

Anton J. Rembleski was born April 5, 1903 at Thorp, Wis., and moved to Gilman at an early age. He was married to Veronica Kolasa at SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church on July 9, 1935. He was employed as a cheesemaker at Drangle Cheese Factory in Gilman, Wisconsin.

Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. (Virginia) Charles Webster, Gilman, 7 grandchildren; four brothers, John of Hanford, Calif., William of Chicago, Louis of Gilman, Edward of Hastings, Minn.; seven sisters, (Bernice) Mrs. Stanley Polchinski of Franksville, Wis., (Ann) Mrs. Edward gay of Gilman, Mrs. Frances Bemann of Milwaukee, (Josephine) Mrs. Frank Markowicz of Chicago, (Mary) Mrs. Aloise Wilcenski of Gilman, (Caroline) Mrs. Ben Bernig of Medford and Victoria Rembleski of Owen.

Veronica Kolasa was born February 26, 1915 at Lublin, and when a young girl moved to Gilman, where she resided the rest of her life. Besides being survived by the one daughter and 7 grandchildren, she is also survived by one sister, (Sophie) Mrs. Michael Slama of Billings, Missouri; three step-sisters, Helen Sieppe, Anna Fijalkiewicz of Milwaukee, and Sophie Niteko of Conrath, Wisconsin.



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