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					Descendants of Stanislaw Banach
Generation No. 1 1. STANISLAW1 BANACH1 was born Abt. 1826 in Slonawy , Szaradowo Parish, Posen2, and died September 28, 1866 in Slonawy , Szaradowo Parish, Posen. He married M ICHALINA MROZINSKA. She was born Abt. 1830 in Suchorecz, Kujawsko / Pomorskie, Posen, and died Aft. 1866. More About STANISLAW BANACH: Occupation: Operanus, Workman, Day Laborer Children of STANISLAW BANACH and M ICHALINA M ROZINSKA are:
2. 3. i. ii. iii. ANTIONETTE2 BANACH, b. June 12, 1851, Suchorecz, Kujawsko / Pomorskie, Posen; d. July 24, 1937, South Bend, IN @10:30 am. JOSEPH BANACH, b. March 1854, Slonawy, Poland; d. June 26, 1896, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. MARTIANNE MARCELLA BANACH3, b. May 19, 1862, Slonawy, Szaradowo Parish, Posen 4; m. HUSBAND CIESIELSKI5; b. Aft. 18506. More About MARTIANNE MARCELLA BANACH: God Parents: John Laworski, Juliane Mrozinska Residence: Chicago, IL6 4. iv. CONSTANCE BANACH, b. July 27, 1864, Mycielewo, Szaradowo Parish, Posen; d. June 21, 1953, Milwaukee, Wi.

Generation No. 2 2. ANTIONETTE2 BANACH (STANISLAW1)7 was born June 12, 1851 in Suchorecz, Kujawsko / Pomorskie, Posen8, and died July 24, 1937 in South Bend, IN @10:30 am8. She married JOZEF ANDRYSIAK9 November 08, 1874 in Szaradowo, Poland10, son of CASIMIR ANDRYSIAK and MARIANNE KUJAWA. He was born February 22, 1851 in Suchorecz, Kujawsko / Pomorskie, Posen10, and died May 28, 1932 in South Bend, IN10. Notes for ANTIONETTE BANACH: [Piech~52.ftw] Antionette was a memeber of St. Casimir's Roman Catholic Church and was a member of their Holy Rosary and Adoration Societies. More About ANTIONETTE BANACH: Burial: July 28, 1937, St. Joseph's Cemetery10 Cause of Death: 7 days illness with paralysis10 Cause of Death (Facts Pg): Apoplexy Ateriosclerosis Hypertension Emigration: 1879, from Obit10 Funeral: St. Casimir's10 Obituary: South Bend Tribune10 Residence: 1937, 714 So Walnut Notes for JOZEF ANDRYSIAK: [Piech~52.ftw] The Name Andrysiak comes from the first name Andrzej (the Polish version of "Andrew"), which over the centuries has appeared in Polish in many forms. To one of those forms, Andrys, the suffix -iak was added; it generally means "son of," so Andrysiak means "Andrew's son" (compare "Anderson" in English). Surnames formed from popular

first names are quite common in Poland, so it's not surprising that this name is reasonably common -- as of 1990 there were 1,793 Polish citizens by that name. I don't see any particular pattern to the distribution, which makes sense: this name could get started anywhere they spoke Polish and had guys named "Andrew" who had sons. The change to Andershock was probably just due to phonetics. Non-Poles found it hard to figure out how Andrysiak was pronounced, so someone started using a spelling that they could pronounce, one that still sounded similar to the Polish original. Andrysiak sounds kind of like "on-DRISH-ak," and if you said that out loud to an English-speaking person it could easily end up as "Andershock." This sort of thing happened to Polish names all the time, it's not unusual or surprising. JOSEPH ANDRYSIAK N I Vol 3 p 380 b] Mar 1851 Poland. Filed: 7 Apr 1884, age 33. Emigrated Hamburg, arrived Port of Philadelphia 29 Apr 1880. Witnesses: Valentine Andrysiak & Felix Wentland. 1896 Dir: moulder at Oliver's Chill Plow; h 705 S Union Wife: ANTONINA BANACH b] 12 Jun 1853 Poland, arrived USA 1879 Children: 1] Michael - b] 20 Sept 1875 Poland mar JOSEPHINE WENTLAND 1896 Dir: wks Smoger Brd; bds 705 S Union 2] Bronislaw [Bert] - b] Sept 1877 Poland 3] Catharine - b] 26 Oct 1881 Poland mar FRANK LUDWIKOWSKI 4] Mary mar CASPER SLISZ 5] Hedwig - b] Oct 1883 mar --- GLON 6] Franciszka - b] 20 Sept 1887 7] Zofia - b] Oct 1889 8] Stanley 9] Kazimierz - b] Oct 1895 mar ANNA WOLTMAN 10] Helen - b] May 1897 mar --- Leets 11] Kazimiera [aka Carrie, aka Ruth] - Mrs 1] UPTHEGROVE 2] STAGE of Detroit MI More About JOZEF ANDRYSIAK: Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery10 Cause of Death (Facts Pg): Lobar Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Pleurisy10 Emigration: April 07, 1884, Volume 3, pg 38010 Funeral: St. Casimir's10 Obituary: South Bend Tribune10 Residence: 1932, 717 S Walnut10 Children of ANTIONETTE BANACH and JOZEF ANDRYSIAK are:
5. i. ii. M ICHAEL3 ANDRYSIAK, b. September 18, 1875, Suchorecz, Kujawsko / Pomorskie, Posen; d. June 06, 1949, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. BRONISLAUS ANDRYSIAK, b. September 26, 1877, Suchorecz, Szaradowo Parish, Prussian Poland. More About BRONISLAUS ANDRYSIAK: Baptism: September 30, 1877, Suchorecz, Szaradowo Parish, Prussian Poland God Parents: Michael Banach, Josefa Andrysiak iii. 6. 7. 8. iv. v. vi. vii. CATHERINA ANDRYSIAK, b. October 18, 1879, Suchorecz, Kujawsko / Pomorskie, Posen; d. Bef. 1880, Suchorecz, Kujawsko / Pomorskie, Posen. KATHERINE ANDRYSIAK, b. October 26, 1880, Terra Coupe In; d. January 26, 1948, South Bend, In. MARY ANDRYSIAK, b. December 05, 1881, South Bend, IN; d. July 04, 1972, South Bend, IN. HATTIE G ANDRYSIAK, b. October 08, 1883, South Bend, IN; d. April 01, 1971, South Bend, IN. CASIMIR ANDRYSIAK, b. October 10, 1885, South Bend, In. More About CASIMIR ANDRYSIAK: Baptism: October 11, 1885, St Hedwig, South Bend, In God Parents: Andrew Andrysiak & Rosalia Katamaja

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FRANCESCA ANDRYSIAK11, b. September 20, 1887, South Bend In 12; d. March 20, 1907, South Bend In 12. More About FRANCESCA ANDRYSIAK: Burial: March 23, 1907, St Joseph Catholic Cemetary 12 God Parents: Joe Katamaja

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SOPHIA ANDRYSIAK13, b. October 10, 1889, South Bend In 14; d. January 26, 1911, South Bend In 14. More About SOPHIA ANDRYSIAK: Burial: St Joseph Catholic Cemetary 14 God Parents: Simon Duszynski Religion: St Hedwig

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x. CARRIE ANDRYSIAK, b. November 08, 1891, South Bend, In; d. May 15, 1959, Detroit, Mi. xi. STANLEY ANDRYSIAK15, b. October 22, 1893, South Bend, In16; d. April 15, 1963, Soldiers Home, Mathews Va16. Notes for STANLEY ANDRYSIAK: [Piech~52.ftw] Stanly's Mother's (Antoinette) obituary places Stanly in the US Army in Ohio in 1937. More About STANLEY ANDRYSIAK: Burial: Soliders Cemetery Mathews Va16 Emigration: 188016 Military service: Staff Sgt US Army 27 years 16 Naturalization: 16

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CASIMIR ANDRYSIAK, b. March 24, 1895, South Bend In; d. January 31, 1958, Fort Wayne, In. HELEN C ANDRYSIAK, b. May 09, 1897, South Bend, IN; d. March 31, 1988, South Bend, IN.

3. JOSEPH2 BANACH (STANISLAW1) was born March 1854 in Slonawy, Poland, and died June 26, 1896 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. He married JOSEPHINA PAWLAK in Poland. She was born March 03, 1856 in Prussian Poland, and died December 26, 1935 in South Bend, In. More About JOSEPH BANACH: Burial: June 28, 1896, Cedar Grove, Notre Dame In More About JOSEPHINA PAWLAK: Associations: Daugh. of Poland, PNA #21 Burial: St Joseph Catholic Cemetery, South Bend Education: 1900, Could read, but not write or speak english Emigration: 1881 Religion: St Casimirs, South Bend, In Children of JOSEPH BANACH and JOSEPHINA PAWLAK are:
12. i. ii. BOLESLAW W ILLIAM3 BANACH, b. November 24, 1878, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County; d. June 20, 1943, South Bend In. FRANK BANACH, b. September 30, 1881, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. More About FRANK BANACH: Baptism: October 01, 1881, St Hedwig God Parents: Joseph Andrysiak & Victoria Banach 13. iii. iv. FRANCIS BANACH, b. September 29, 1882, South Bend, In; d. June 21, 1965, South Bend, In. HEDWIG BANACH, b. October 09, 1885, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County; d. December 22, 1970, Chicago Il; m. HARRY ERICKSSON; b. Abt. 1885, South Bend, In. More About HEDWIG BANACH:

Baptism: October 09, 1884, St Hedwig God Parents: Andrew Andrysiak & Antionette Andrysiak Occupation: 1900, Seamstress v. MARIA BANACH, b. September 19, 1886, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. More About MARIA BANACH: Baptism: September 20, 1886, St Hedwig God Parents: Peter Andrysiak & Rosalina Katamja Occupation: 1900, Cigar Maker 14. 15. vi. vii. viii. M ICHAEL BANACH, b. September 08, 1888, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County; d. Abt. 1941, South Bend, In. STANISLAWA BANACH, b. November 15, 1890, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County; d. December 24, 1978, South Bend, In. JOHN BANACH, b. May 03, 1893, South Bend, In. More About JOHN BANACH: God Parents: Casmier Andrysiak & Marianna Janiszsek Religion: St Hedwig, South Bend, In ix. WILLIAM BANACH, b. Abt. June 1894.

4. CONSTANCE2 BANACH (STANISLAW1 )17 was born July 27, 1864 in Mycielewo, Szaradowo Parish, Posen18, and died June 21, 1953 in Milwaukee, Wi. She married THOMAS KAZMIERCZAK19 Abt. 1886 in Posen, Poland. He was born December 1861 in Posen, Poland20, and died February 07, 1920 in Milwaukee, Wi. More About CONSTANCE BANACH: Associations: Imaculate Conception Society Baptism: July 27, 1864, Szaradowo Parish, Posen Burial: June 24, 1953, St Adelberts Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wi God Parents: Adalbert Geryak, Maryanne Lichlinska Religion: St Stanislaus , Milwaukee Residence: 1957 So 8th, Milwaukee, WI20 More About THOMAS KAZMIERCZAK: Burial: St Adelberts Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wi Emigration: March 1887, Baltimore Naturalization: June 27, 1906, Cert # 12177 Children of CONSTANCE BANACH and THOMAS KAZMIERCZAK are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. PETER3 KAZMIERCZAK, b. Aft. 1886, Milwaukee, Wi. CLARA K AZMIERCZAK, b. Aft. 1886, Milwaukee, Wi. BIESKE KAZMIERCZAK, b. Aft. 1886, Milwaukee, Wi. THOMAS KAZMIERCZAK, b. Aft. 1886, Milwaukee, Wi. FRANK KAZMIERCZAK, b. Abt. 1891, Milwaukee, Wi; m. H EDWIG PEPLINSKI, October 10, 1911, St Casimir, Milwaukee, Wi; b. October 07, 1889, Milwaukee, Wi. ELEANORE KAZMIERCZAK, b. Abt. 1929, Milwaukee, Wi.

Generation No. 3 5. MICHAEL3 ANDRYSIAK (ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)21 was born September 18, 1875 in Suchorecz, Kujawsko / Pomorskie, Posen22, and died June 06, 1949 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. He married JOSEPHINE WENTLAND June 13, 1905 in St Hedwige South Bend In, daughter of M ICHAEL WENTLAND and ANNA GNATCIUSKA. She was born May 10, 1877 in Prussian Poland, and died June 30, 1967 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. More About M ICHAEL ANDRYSIAK:

Associations: St Joseph's League Baptism: September 19, 1875, Suchorecz, Szaradowo Parish, Prussian Poland Burial: St Joseph Cty, South Bend In Emigration: 1883, Prussian Poland God Parents: Wojciech Wojciechowski Naturalization: 1900, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County Occupation: Studebaker, Wagon Painter Residence: 1949, 340 So Scott More About JOSEPHINE WENTLAND: Burial: St Joseph Cty, South Bend In Residence: 1967, 340 Scott Children of MICHAEL ANDRYSIAK and JOSEPHINE WENTLAND are:
16. i. ii. LEO M ICHAEL4 ANDRYSIAK, b. April 11, 1906, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County; d. December 16, 1972, South Bend, In. HENRY J ANDRYSIAK, b. September 03, 1907, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County; d. May 06, 1940, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. More About HENRY J ANDRYSIAK: Baptism: September 04, 1907, St Hedwig Cause of Death (Facts Pg): Auto Accident God Parents: John Wauozon Religion: 1940, St Hedwige Residence: 1940, 340 So. Scott 17. iii. iv. EUGENE J ANDRYSIAK, b. August 10, 1909, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County; d. December 22, 1967, South Bend, In. FLORENTINA ANDRYSIAK, b. July 07, 1911, South Bend, In; d. October 12, 1912, South Bend In. More About FLORENTINA ANDRYSIAK: Baptism: July 16, 1911, St Hedwig, South Bend, In Burial: October 14, 1912, Ceder Grove Cemetery, Notre Dame In Cause of Death (Facts Pg): Paralysis God Parents: Unk Florkoroski & Unk Ohrgarowski v. ELISABETH ANN ANDRYSIAK, b. August 08, 1913, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County; m. EUGENE MOTT, June 25, 1938, St. Joseph, Indiana; b. Abt. 1913, South Bend , In. More About ELISABETH ANN A NDRYSIAK: Baptism: August 17, 1913, St Hedwig, South Bend, In God Parents: Stan Niedbalski & Francis Podelwig Religion: St Hedwig

6. KATHERINE3 ANDRYSIAK (ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)23 was born October 26, 1880 in Terra Coupe In24, and died January 26, 1948 in South Bend, In. She married F RANCIZEK LUDWILKOWSKI25 October 26, 1910 in South Bend, IN26, son of THOMAS LUDWIKOWSKI and ANNA M IKOLAJCZYK. He was born September 18, 1871 in Sedziszów Malopolski, Poland26, and died August 24, 1935 in South Bend, In. Notes for KATHERINE ANDRYSIAK: SBT 1-26-1948 Catherine was struck by a cab on the corner of Arnold & Westeren Ave. Death apparently was caused by a severe crush wound when the hood ornement came in contact with her back. Catherine apparently tried to cross the street from between two parked cars. The taxie driver swerved into Catherine when attempting to avoid another car. Her dark clothing hindered visability. No tickets or Charges were issued. More About KATHERINE ANDRYSIAK:

Burial: St Joseph Catholic Cemetery, South Bend Religion: St Casimirs, South Bend, In Residence: 1948, 714 South Webster More About FRANCIZEK LUDWILKOWSKI: Burial: St Joseph Catholic Cemetery, South Bend Children of KATHERINE ANDRYSIAK and FRANCIZEK LUDWILKOWSKI are:
18. i. ii. iii. 19. iv. v. HEROMIN L4 L UDWILKOWSKI, b. January 12, 1912, South Bend In; d. March 22, 1970, South Bend In. K LARA K LUDWILKOWSKI27, b. April 27, 1913, South Bend, In 28; m. HUSBAND TAJKOWSKI29; b. Abt. 1913, South Bend, In. HELENA LUDWILKOWSKI, b. Abt. 1914, South Bend, In; m. AUGUST DE KEYZER, September 18, 1937, St. Joseph, Indiana; b. Abt. 1914, South Bend, In. MATTHEW LUDWILKOWSKI, b. November 07, 1916, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County; d. August 30, 1972, South Bend, IN. GERTRUDE LUDWILKOWSKI29, b. May 17, 191830.

7. MARY3 ANDRYSIAK (ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)31 was born December 05, 1881 in South Bend, IN32, and died July 04, 1972 in South Bend, IN32. She married KASPER V ICTER S LISZ33 February 04, 1904 in St. Casimir South Bend, IN34, son of ANTONI S LISZ and MARYA STEC. He was born December 23, 1881 in Kolaczyce, Jaslo, Poland34, and died April 26, 1956 in South Bend, IN34. Notes for MARY ANDRYSIAK: [Piech~52.ftw] Oral History from Evelyn Piechorowski When I close my eyes an picture my mother, I think of how hard she had to struggle all her life. Never once in her life did she ever hold $100 in her hand. Never once. More About MARY ANDRYSIAK: Baptism: December 08, 1881, St Hedwig34 Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery34 Funeral: St. Adalberts34 God Parents: Joseph Banach & Francis Andrysiak34 Obituary: South Bend Tribune34 Occupation: 1900, Seamstress Residence: 1972, 54778 Edgewater Dr, South Bend, IN34 Notes for KASPER VICTER S LISZ: [Piech~52.ftw] Oral History from Evelyn Slisz Piechorowski: Granma talks about how Casper had difficulty showing affection (could be because of being abandoned by the second wife and Father) but the kidscould get him to do most anything when he had the money by soft soaping/coplimenting him (Did'nt Get That from his father) ....HE LOVED THROUGH THINGS AND ACTIONS.... Oral History from James Piechorowski: I remembered when I was very little he made me a "BAG full of Wooden Blocks" and Carried me on his Shoulders ..He was a BIG 6 ft plus man and with his dark hair and bushy eyebrows he was scary...he intimidated me but I never sensed that he would hurt me .... He taught Dad (Frank A. Piechorowski) how to hunt and fish (in those days for food not sport).... Casper worked at WHITE FARM (Oliver Corporation) for 25 years...so did my dad (35 yrs) and I worked there one summer!!! We all worked for a time ...on the same Machine "A HOT HAMMER" and I mean the same one ... this was the one

that the Die flew out and hit Granpa (Frank A.) in the knee in 1938/39 which started his knee problem ....when I worked on it every "FIVE HITS...You had to take a sledge hammer and beat the Die Keys in or it would come out and hit you." More About KASPER VICTER S LISZ: Baptism: December 26, 1881, Kolaczyce, Jaslo, Poland Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery34 Emigration: 1886, from Obit34 Funeral: St. Adalberts34 God Parents: 1881, Jan Kolbusz Naturalization: 1888, Pittsburgh PA, Allegheny County34 Obituary: South Bend Tribune34 Occupation: Oliver Corp34 Residence: 1914, 430 Kosciusko St34 Retirement: 1950, Oliver Corp34 Children of MARY ANDRYSIAK and KASPER S LISZ are:
20. 21. i. ii. iii. EDMUND I4 S LISZ, b. July 30, 1904, South Bend, IN; d. September 22, 1969, South Bend, IN. CLEMENT N ICOLAS S LISZ, b. December 04, 1906, South Bend, IN; d. November 12, 1980, South Bend, IN. IRENE S LISZ35, b. January 05, 1909, South Bend, IN36; d. February 16, 1910, South Bend, IN36. Notes for IRENE S LISZ: [Piech~52.ftw] South Bend Tribune - 2/18/1910 HORRIBLE BURNS CAUSE BABY'S DEATH ------------------------------Child 13 months old victim of brother playing with fire. Playing with fire in the absence of their mother, two children of Kasper Slisz, 430 Kosciusko Street, set fire to the clothing of their 13-month-old sister Wednesday evening, resulting in her death five hours later. The death of the child ws reported to the city health department yesterday afternoon. It appears that while the mother left the house on an arrand to a neighboing store the two children, two and four years respectivly, secured matches and putting paper in a stove in the sitting room, set it on fire. The baby sitting on the floor near the stove communicated the fire in some way to its clothing and in a few moments was ablaze. The older child ran from the house screaming and attracted the attention of neighbors who rushed in to find the child horribly burned. The flames were smothered with a blanket and Dr. N. G. Borisowicz was summoned. The child lived five hours. The funeral was held this morning at 9 o'clock at St. Casimier's Catholic church, Rev. Anthony Zubowicz officiating. Interment was in the St. Josephs Cemetery. More About IRENE S LISZ: Baptism (LDS): January 05, 1910, St Casimer, South Bend In 36 Cause of Death (Facts Pg): First Degree Burns 36 God Parents: January 05, 1909, Thomas Pietizak & Josepha Andrysiak36 22. 23. 24. iv. v. vi. vii. HENRIETTA H S LISZ, b. January 07, 1911, South Bend, IN; d. July 16, 1997, South Bend, IN. FERDYNAD S S LISZ, b. July 19, 1913, South Bend In; d. October 22, 2003, South Bend , IN. EVELYN R ITA S LISZ, b. March 13, 1916, South Bend, IN; d. May 21, 2004, South Bend , IN. ESTHERA S LISZ37, b. January 22, 1919, South Bend, IN38; d. October 25, 1919, South Bend, IN38. More About ESTHERA S LISZ: Burial: St. Joseph Cemetery, South Bend, IN38 Cause of Death: Could Not Take Milk38 25. 26. viii. ix. A LICE S LISZ, b. March 04, 1920, South Bend, IN. PHYLLIS M S LISZ, b. May 01, 1924, South Bend, IN; d. May 17, 2003, South Bend, IN.

8. HATTIE G3 ANDRYSIAK (ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)39 was born October 08, 1883 in South Bend, IN40, and died April 01, 1971 in South Bend, IN40. She married HENRY ANDREW GLON 41 May 30, 1904 in St Casmier, South Bend In42, son of JOSEPH GLON and FRANCIS DUSZYNSKI. He was born October 15, 1881 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County42, and died June 30, 1947 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County42. More About HATTIE G ANDRYSIAK: Burial: St. Joseph Cemetery, South Bend, IN42 Religion: 1971, St Hedwig Residence: 1970, 26140 Brush Tr, South Bend, IN42 Notes for HENRY ANDREW GLON: Notes for ANDREW GLON: Baptismal 15 October 1881 Source-L.D.S. #1617058 Church-St. Hedwig, South Bend, Indiana

Marriage Notes for ANDREW GLON and HATTIE ANDRYSIAK: Church-Saint Casimir's, South Bend, St. Joseph County, Indiana Source-L.D.S.#1617057 More About HENRY ANDREW GLON: Burial: St Josephs cemetary - st. joseph county Cause of Death (Facts Pg): Hit by an auto Religion: St Hedwig Children of HATTIE ANDRYSIAK and HENRY GLON are:
i. TED H4 G LON43, b. November 09, 1906, South Bend In 44; d. July 05, 1949, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. More About TED H G LON : Baptism (LDS): November 09, 1906, St Casimer, South Bend In 44 Burial: July 07, 1949, St Josephs cemetary - st. joseph county God Parents: November 09, 1906, Michael Andrysiak & Rosalia Glon 44 Residence: 1949, 116 So. Walnut ii. JOSEPH G LON45, b. September 13, 1908, South Bend In 46. More About JOSEPH G LON : Baptism: September 13, 1980, St Casimer, South Bend In46 God Parents: September 13, 1908, Stanley Glon & Catherina Andrysiak46 Occupation: South Bend Range 27. iii. iv. FRANK PAT G LON, b. December 30, 1910, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County; d. May 31, 1961, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. CASIMIR G LON , b. August 14, 1913, South Bend In. More About CASIMIR G LON: God Parents: Peter Shozewski 28. 29. 30. v. vi. vii. viii. IRENE MARIE G LON, b. October 13, 1914, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County; d. March 16, 1971, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. BENEDICT V G LON, b. February 14, 1917, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County; d. May 17, 1953, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. ESTHER G LON, b. July 18, 1920, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County; d. February 22, 2002, South Bend, Indiana. VIRGINIA G LON47, b. January 09, 1923, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County48; d. September 08, 2008, South Bend , IN; m. HAROLD L KOCH49, September 29, 1951, St. Joseph, Indiana; b. Abt. 1923, South Bend, In 50; d. 50. Notes for VIRGINIA G LON :

Koch, Virginia G. Jan. 9, 1923 - Sept. 8, 2008 SOUTH BEND - Today we lost our angel on earth to be our angel in heaven. Our beloved Virginia G. Koch (nee Glon) went to be with the God she so believed in. There is an emptiness in our hearts, but her memory will be with us always. Virginia was one of nine children born to Hattie G. Glon (nee Andrysiak) and Henry A. Glon. Preceding her in death were her parents, Hattie and Henry; her brothers, Theodore, Joseph, Frank, Casmier and Ben; sisters, Irene Szynski, Adeline Siders and Esther Heintzelman; and a nephew, Dean Heintzelman. Virginia worked at Bendix for 35 years before retiring. Virginia married the love of her life, Harold L. Koch, in September 1950. They had their own business, Lydick Tavern, for several years. They loved dancing and loved to travel and have been to almost all the states. Virginia was always busy. She did handwork, knit, crochet, needlepoint and ceramics. She took various classes, loved to read, garden and spend time with family. She was a Notre Dame fan and was able to see Notre Dame beat San Diego State. Virginia also liked to gamble. She loved to go to the boat, and if she won it was a great day, and if she lost, oh well, we had fun anyway. Her loving husband, Harold, survives along with nieces, Darlene Hite, Kathleen (Joe) Cornelis and Michaelene "Mickey" Lane; and a nephew, Joseph (Karen) Heintzelman. Darlene's children, Tim Austin of Texas, Christine Ann (David) Pilarski of Waunakee, WI, and Neal Patrick of Mishawaka; Kathleen's children, Melanie (Jim) Praklet of Edwardsburg, MI, and Jon (Gretchen) Cornelis of Granger, IN; Joseph's children, Leisa Heintzelman and Amy (Jeffrey) Dee of South Bend, Joel and Laura (Tony) D'Amico of Chicago, IL. Christine Ann's children, Adam, Alyssa, Amanda and Alex of Waunakee. Melanie's children, Justin, Rebekah, Moriah and Abigal Praklet of Edwardsburg, MI; Jon's children, Kaitlynn, Christian and Jeremiah Cornelis of Granger, IN; Joseph's children, Leisa Heintzelman and Amy (Jeffrey) Dee of South Bend, Joel Heintzelman and Laura (Tony) D'Amico of Chicago, IL; and Amy's son, Tate Heintzelman of Granger. Virginia was the guardian of her niece, Michaelene "Mickey" (Gerry) Lane. Mickey's children, April Suzanne and Eric Andrew (Trish) Lane, came to know Virginia and Harold as Grandma and Grandpa, and great-grandparents to April's children, Alexandra Bianca and Madeleine Louisa; and Eric's children, Jack Christian, Charles Andrew and Jensen Alexander Lane. Virginia was always there for us. Always there to listen, talk, to just hold a hand, or give a hug letting us know how much she loved us. She had a wicked sense of humor and almost never stopped moving. She was up before dawn, baked cookies, her famous "Robert Redford" cake, and her specialties of barbecued ribs and party potatoes. She had all her chores done before most people were even awake. Her Christmas dinners were something we looked forward to all year. Harold cared lovingly for Virginia during her illness and was a wonderful caregiver. He loved her dearly and was there for her tending to all her needs, with love, respect and dignity. We would like to thank The Center for Hospice and Palliative Care, for the wonderful care they gave Virginia and our family. Visitation for Virginia will be held from 4 to 8 PM Thursday, September 11, in the Kaniewski Funeral Home, 3545 N. Bendix Drive, South Bend. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 AM Friday in St. John the Baptist Church, with entombment to follow at St. Joseph Cemetery, South Bend. Memorial contributions may be made to The Center for Hospice and Palliative Care, Inc., 111 Sunnybrook Court, South Bend, IN 46637; or to Hello Gorgeous of Hope, 1130 Altgeld St., South Bend, IN 46614. To send online condolences, please visit www.kaniewski.com. More About VIRGINIA G LON : Baptism: January 14, 1923, St Casmire Burial: St Joseph Cemetery God Parents: Frank Andrysiak & Josepha Andrysiak More About HAROLD L KOCH: Occupation: Proprietor Lydick Tavern ix. A LICE G LON51, b. February 06, 1925, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County 52; d. January 18, 1999, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County; m. EARL S IDERS53, December 29, 1961; b. Unknown 54; d. 1982, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. More About ALICE G LON: Burial: St Josephs cemetary - st. joseph county Occupation: Bendix Religion: St Hedwig

9. CARRIE3 ANDRYSIAK (ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)55 was born November 08, 1891 in South Bend, In56, and died May 15, 1959 in Detroit, Mi. She married (1) HUSBAND UPTHEGROVE57. He was born Abt. 189058. She married (2) GLEN STAGE. He was born Abt. 1891 in Detroit Mi. Child of CARRIE ANDRYSIAK and GLEN STAGE is:

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SOPHIA4 STAGE, b. Aft. 1925, Detroit Mi; m. H USBAND PAGLIA; b. Aft. 1925, Detroit Mi.

10. CASIMIR3 ANDRYSIAK (ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)59 was born March 24, 1895 in South Bend In60, and died January 31, 1958 in Fort Wayne, In60. He married ANNA WOLTMAN January 31, 1922 in St John Cantius, Rolling Prarie In, daughter of LOUIS WOLTMAN and SEVERENIA KALAYAMG. She was born July 03, 1903 in South Bend, In, and died May 14, 1946 in South Bend In. More About CASIMIR ANDRYSIAK: Burial: St Joseph Catholic Cemetary60 God Parents: Casimir Andrysiak Occupation: Studebakers60 More About ANNA WOLTMAN: Cause of Death (Facts Pg): 2 month illness God Parents: Thomas Woltman & Francis Kotecka Religion: 1903, St Casimirs, South Bend, In Children of CASIMIR ANDRYSIAK and ANNA WOLTMAN are:
31. 32. i. ii. iii. iv. IRVIN JAMES4 ANDRYSIAK, b. August 13, 1922, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. RICHARD ANDRYSIAK, b. March 10, 1924, South Bend, In; d. February 13, 1994, South Bend, In. DOROTHY ANDRYSIAK61, b. Abt. 1925, South Bend, In; m. (1) H USBAND BORDEN61; b. Abt. 1925, South Bend In; m. (2) JOSEPH JOSWIAK, January 10, 1948; b. Abt. 1925, South Bend, In. DELORES ANDRYSIAK, b. February 27, 1928, South Bend, In; d. February 22, 2007, South Bend, Indiana.

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11. HELEN C3 ANDRYSIAK (ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)61 was born May 09, 1897 in South Bend, IN62, and died March 31, 1988 in South Bend, IN62. She married LOUIS LEETS63 May 11, 1924 in South Bend In64. He was born Abt. 1897 in South Bend, IN64, and died Abt. 1962 in South Bend In64. More About HELEN C ANDRYSIAK: Burial: St Joseph Valley Memorial Park, Granger In64 God Parents: Martin Rybak Occupation: Seamstress Wilson Brothers64 Children of HELEN ANDRYSIAK and LOUIS LEETS are:
i. ii. WILFORD4 LEETS65, b. Aft. 1924. ROBERT LEETS65, b. Aft. 1924.

12. BOLESLAW WILLIAM3 BANACH (JOSEPH2, STANISLAW1 ) was born November 24, 1878 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County, and died June 20, 1943 in South Bend In. He married P AULINA P RANKE June 17, 1908 in St Hedwige South Bend In, daughter of GUSTAV P RANKE and MARIA NOWAKOWSKI. She was born July 22, 1888 in Mariany, Pozen, Poland, and died October 10, 1955 in South Bend In. Notes for BOLESLAW WILLIAM BANACH: BOLESLAW J BANACH - AKA WILLIAM Born 25 Nov 1883; d] 20 Jun 1943, burial at Highland Cemetery. On 17 Jun 1908 mar PAULINE PRANKE. Children: Theodore of San FRancisco CA, Mrs Helen Janicki, Joseph F, Edward, Mrs Jane James of Hazelcrest IL, Robert B & John F Banach. [translated from Goniec Polski] More About BOLESLAW WILLIAM BANACH: Baptism: November 26, 1882, St Hedwig Burial: Highland Cemetery, South Bend, IN God Parents: Frank Katamja & Francesca Crecmer Occupation: 1900, Iron Molder, Oliver Corp Residence: 1943, 135 Pine

Notes for PAULINA PRANKE: MRS PAULINE BANACH - NEE PRANKE Born 22 Jul 1887 Maryonty Germany; d] 10 Oct 1955 of 315 S Pine at Memorial Hospital. Had lived here for 60 years. Buried at Highland Cem. More About PAULINA PRANKE: Baptism: 1887, 22 lipca Burial: Highland Cemetery, South Bend, IN Children of BOLESLAW BANACH and PAULINA PRANKE are:
34. 35. 36. 37. 38. i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. EDWARD4 BANACH, b. Aft. 1908. JANE BANACH, b. Aft. 1908, South Bend, In; m. LAWRANCE JAMES; b. Aft. 1908, South Bend, IN. THEODORE BANACH, b. December 24, 1910, South Bend, In; d. April 29, 1967, San Francisco Ca. JOSEPH F BANACH, b. May 24, 1912, South Bend, In; d. June 09, 1994, South Bend, In. HELEN BANACH, b. December 19, 1913, South Bend, In; d. December 20, 2003, South Bend , IN. ROBERT B BANACH, b. May 19, 1923, South Bend, In; d. December 23, 1993, Fort Wayne, In. JOHN F RANK BANACH, b. May 19, 1923, South Bend, In; d. June 25, 1965, South Bend, In.

13. FRANCIS3 BANACH (JOSEPH2, STANISLAW1) was born September 29, 1882 in South Bend, In, and died June 21, 1965 in South Bend, In. She married F RANK S ZYMCZAK November 20, 1899 in St Joseph County, Indiana. He was born March 05, 1875 in Poland, and died April 06, 1942 in South Bend, In. More About FRANCIS BANACH: Burial: Cedar Grove, Notre Dame, In Religion: St Casimirs, South Bend, In Residence: 1965, 1516 Poland More About FRANK S ZYMCZAK: Associations: Modern Woodmen Camp 6675 Burial: Cedar Grove, Notre Dame, In Emigration: December 25, 1896, Bremen to NYC Religion: St Casimirs, South Bend, In Residence: 509 W. Dunham Children of FRANCIS BANACH and FRANK S ZYMCZAK are:
i. ii. iii. iv. v. EUGENIA JEAN4 S ZYMCZAK, b. Aft. 1899, South Bend, In; m. EDWARD J H EMINGER, May 31, 1941, St Joseph County, Indiana; b. Aft. 1899, South Bend, In. LORRAINE S ZYMCZAK, b. Aft. 1899, South Bend, In. THADDEUS S ZYMCZAK, b. Aft. 1899, South Bend In. BERNICE S ZYMCZAK, b. November 16, 1901, North Liberty, Indiana; d. Bef. 2004, South Bend, IN. CLEMENTINE S ZYMCZAK, b. November 11, 1903, South Bend, In; d. December 27, 1995, South Bend In; m. (1) CASIMIR S WIATOWA, October 07, 1936, St Casimir; b. Aft. 1899, South Bend, In; d. April 15, 1946, South Bend In; m. (2) MELVIN H UMPHREY, Aft. 1946; b. Abt. 1903, South Bend In. STANLEY STEVE S ZYMCZAK, b. January 19, 1906, South Bend In; d. December 03, 1979, South Bend In. JOHN S ZYMCZAK, b. May 02, 1908, South Bend , IN; d. 1956, South Bend , IN; m. C ARRIE PEJZA , September 02, 1933, St Joseph County, IN; b. February 16, 1908, South Bend , IN; d. November 26, 2003, South Bend , IN. More About JOHN S ZYMCZAK: Burial: St Joseph Cemetery, South Bend IN More About CARRIE PEJZA : Burial: November 28, 2003, St Joseph Cemetery, South Bend IN Cause of Death (Facts Pg): Old Age Religion: Holy Cross viii. CLAIRE S ZYMCZAK, b. August 23, 1910, South Bend, In; m. STANLEY NOWICKI, September 17, 1930, St Joseph County, Indiana; b. Aft. 1899, South Bend, In.

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JOSEPH S ZYMCZAK, b. November 15, 1912, South Bend In; m. HENRIETTA OPACZEWSKI, October 12, 1935, St Joseph County, Indiana; b. Abt. 1912, South Bend In. x. KATHERINE S ZYMCZAK, b. July 01, 1914, South Bend In. xi. ESTHER S ZYMCZAK, b. December 15, 1916, South Bend, In; m. EDWARD J W IERANT, July 13, 1935, St Joseph County, Indiana; b. March 01, 1914, South Bend, In; d. March 08, 1980, South Bend In. xii. HARRIET S ZYMCZAK, b. July 18, 1919, South Bend, In; m. HUSBAND MATTHEWS; b. Aft. 1899, South Bend, In. xiii. LEO S ZYMCZAK, b. April 10, 1921, South Bend, In; d. February 12, 1923, South Bend, In.

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14. MICHAEL3 BANACH (JOSEPH 2, STANISLAW1) was born September 08, 1888 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County, and died Abt. 1941 in South Bend, In. He married C EILA JABLONSKI February 23, 1909 in St Hedwige South Bend In, daughter of FRANK JABLONSKI and ANNA GIECZYNSKI. She was born November 07, 1886 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County, and died December 12, 1961 in South Bend In. More About M ICHAEL BANACH: Baptism: September 09, 1888, St Hedwig God Parents: Michael Dyska & Anna Wozniak Occupation: 1900, Cigar Maker More About CEILA JABLONSKI: Associations: 1960, Army Navy Union Aux 146 Child of MICHAEL BANACH and CEILA JABLONSKI is:
i. CASS4 BANACH, b. Aft. 1909. More About CASS BANACH: Residence: 1961, Concord Ca

15. STANISLAWA 3 BANACH (JOSEPH2, STANISLAW1 ) was born November 15, 1890 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County, and died December 24, 1978 in South Bend, In. She married J OSEPH KOVATS August 13, 1909, son of GEORGE KOVATA and ROSALIE PASLAN. He was born March 30, 1887 in Austria Hungary, and died January 19, 1967 in South Bend, In. More About STANISLAWA BANACH: Burial: Highland Cemetery Religion: Holy Cross, South Bend Residence: 1122 Brookfield More About JOSEPH KOVATS: Burial: Highland Cemetery Religion: St Patricks Children of STANISLAWA BANACH and JOSEPH KOVATS are:
i. ERNEST4 KOVATS , b. Aft. 1909. More About ERNEST KOVATS : Residence: 1978, Chicago Il ii. ELMER P KOVATS, b. Aft. 1909. More About ELMER P KOVATS : Residence: 1967, Des Moines Ia

Generation No. 4 16. LEO M ICHAEL4 ANDRYSIAK (MICHAEL3, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1) was born April 11, 1906 in South

Bend, IN - St. Joseph County, and died December 16, 1972 in South Bend, In. He married ALICE A SOSINSKI August 26, 1930, daughter of FRANK SOSINSKI and LOTTIE URBANSKI. She was born September 09, 1909 in South Bend, In, and died February 15, 1982 in South Bend, In. More About LEO M ICHAEL ANDRYSIAK: Baptism: April 11, 1906, St Hedwig Burial: St Joseph Catholic Cemetery, South Bend God Parents: Steven Wentland & Catherine Andrysiak Occupation: Studebakers More About ALICE A SOSINSKI: Burial: February 18, 1982, St Joseph Catholic Cemetery, South Bend Occupation: Notre Dame Religion: 1982, St Mathews Children of LEO ANDRYSIAK and ALICE SOSINSKI are:
i. ii. PAUL5 ANDRYSIAK, b. Aft. 1930, South Bend, IN. DAVID ANDRYSIAK, b. Aft. 1930, South Bend, IN.

17. EUGENE J4 ANDRYSIAK (MICHAEL3, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1 ) was born August 10, 1909 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County, and died December 22, 1967 in South Bend, In. He married ANNETTE MARIE DAESANDRO September 18, 1943 in Chicago IL. She was born Abt. 1909. More About EUGENE J ANDRYSIAK: Baptism: August 12, 1909, St Hedwig, South Bend, In Burial: Highland Cemetery God Parents: Frank Szymczk Occupation: Chief Engineer, Tyler Refrigeration Residence: 1949, Niles Mi Children of EUGENE ANDRYSIAK and ANNETTE DAESANDRO are:
i. ii. iii. iv. JEANETTE5 ANDRYSIAK, b. Aft. 1943, South Bend, IN. THERESE ANDRYSIAK, b. Aft. 1943, South Bend, IN. LISA ANDRYSIAK, b. Aft. 1943, South Bend, IN. M ICHELLE ANDRYSIAK, b. Aft. 1943, South Bend, IN.

18. HEROMIN L4 LUDWILKOWSKI (KATHERINE3 ANDRYSIAK, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)65 was born January 12, 1912 in South Bend In66, and died March 22, 1970 in South Bend In66. He married LOUISE LASKOWSKI67 August 30, 1941 in South Bend In68. She was born Abt. 1912 in South Bend, IN. More About HEROMIN L LUDWILKOWSKI: Burial: March 25, 1970, Highland Cemetery South Bend In68 Military service: WW2 Army68 Religion: St Stephens68 Children of HEROMIN LUDWILKOWSKI and LOUISE LASKOWSKI are:
i. ii. ANN5 LUDWILKOWSKI69, b. Aft. 1941; m. H USBAND SCHMIEDER69; b. Aft. 1941. CAROL LUDWILKOWSKI69, b. Aft. 1941; m. H USBAND K ROJNIEWSKI69; b. Aft. 1941.

19. MATTHEW4 LUDWILKOWSKI (KATHERINE3 ANDRYSIAK, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, S TANISLAW1)69 was born November 07, 1916 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County70, and died August 30, 1972 in South Bend, IN70. He married E STHER KOBALAREK71 1938 in South Bend In72. She was born Abt. 1916 in South Bend, IN. Notes for MATTHEW LUDWILKOWSKI:

[Piech~52.ftw] Oral History from Evelyn Slisz Matthew was a good boy. He used to walk Henerita and I home from dances at ZB every weekend. He didn't have to. He was just that kind of guy. More About MATTHEW LUDWILKOWSKI: Burial: St. Joseph Cemetery, South Bend, IN72 Occupation: Laborer Bendix72 Residence: 1308 W Ford72 Children of MATTHEW LUDWILKOWSKI and ESTHER KOBALAREK are:
i. ii. JOAN5 LUDWILKOWSKI73, b. Aft. 1938, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County; m. HUSBAND S KLODOSKI73; b. Aft. 1938. GERALDINE L UDWILKOWSKI73, b. Aft. 1938, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County; m. HUSBAND S IMMONS73; b. Aft. 1938, South Bend, IN.

20. EDMUND I4 S LISZ (MARY3 ANDRYSIAK, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1 )73 was born July 30, 1904 in South Bend, IN74, and died September 22, 1969 in South Bend, IN74. He married (1) THELMA CORA GRIFFEN75 Bef. 193676, daughter of GEORGE GRIFFEN and CORA GRIFFEN. She was born Abt. 1917 in Madison, In76. He married (2) DOROTHY GARDNER77 July 02, 196178. She was born Unknown78, and died Aft. 196978. Notes for EDMUND I S LISZ: [Piech~52.ftw] Oral History from Casper "Casey" Slisz He was a hot tempered, bull headed Polish boy .... But he was my hero and I loved him. He loved to fish and we would do that together. Edward I Slisz July 30, 1904 to September 25, 1969 South Bend Tribune Families mentioned: Slisz, Novinich, Biritz, Gardner, Piechorowski, Maeyens Edward I Slisz of 644 N. Walnut St. died unexpectedly in his home. He was born July 30 1904, in South Bend and lived here all his life. He married, July 2, 1961 in Florida, Dorothy Gardner who survives. Also surviving are his mother Mrs. Mary Slisz of South Bend; sons Thomas, Casper, and two others of South Bend; Richard and Jerry at home and a step son Elvin Gardner; daughters Mrs. Phyllis Kuta of Laporteand two other , Jean Slisz at home and step daughters, Linda, Mary, Sandy, and Betty Gardner, all at home. Two brothers; Fred and Clem of South Bend ; four sisters Mrs. Henrietta Novinich, Mrs. Evelyn Piechorowski, Mrs. Elsie Maeyens, and Mrs Phyllis Biritz; all of South Bend. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in the St. Joseph Funeral Chapel where services will be held at 10 a.m. on Thursday. The Rev. John Moskal pastor of St Adalberts will officiate. Burial will be in St > Joseph Cemetery. More About EDMUND I S LISZ: Burial: September 25, 1969, St. Joseph Cemetery, South Bend, IN78 Cause of Death (Facts Pg): September 22, 1969, Cardiac Infarction78 Residence: 1969, 644 N Walnut, South Bend, IN78 Social Security Number: 307-16-1213a78 Notes for THELMA CORA GRIFFEN: [Piech~52.ftw]

Extract from Tape Recording Jean Slisz It would appear that Cora's parents did not approve of educating daughters in the family. Cora attended Liddy Middleton School in Madison IN for a while but for the most part learned to read and write from her brothers at home . Cora got good grades in art and the genes appear to have passed to her daughter Jean. Cora loved to play baseball and could always be found with a bat in her hands, she appears to have been a Tomboy in her early years. When she was sixthteen her father withdrew her from school. In retailation Cora ran away from home " I lived with a neighbor up on the hill" and eventually met her husband Ed Slisz at the Conservation Core in Clifty Falls In. Cora and Ed were married when she was 17 in the church at Madison In. In Cora's words "He was good to me".... Cora had her first child at the age of 18 and her last at 38.

South Bend Tribune 5-17-1954 Thelma Cora Griffen was the first wife of Edward Slisz and remarried John Podemski. NAPPANEE MOTHER HAS 11TH CAESAREAN SECTION Mrs Thelma Podemski, 38 of 434 S Harris was relaesed from St.Joseph Hospital this week after undergoing her 11th C-Section since 1935. Ten of the children born by C-Section are living. Physicians said they could recall only one similar case on record, a women in Rhode Island Mrs Podemski is the wife of Joseph Jackson Podemski, 54, a farmer. He is her second husband. As Mrs. Edward Slisz she had seven children born between 9-21-1935 and 12-14-1942. Mrs. Podemski and her first husband were divorced and the children were placed in the custody of the welfare department. Doctors said the C-Section was indicated in the first birth because the pelvis was smalland because the expectant mother had been in labor for three days. When this condition occurs the operation is indicated for all succeeding births. Children of EDMUND S LISZ and THELMA GRIFFEN are:
i. CHARLES5 S LISZ79, b. August 09, 1936, South Bend In 80; d. April 28, 1999, Hanover In 80. More About CHARLES S LISZ: Burial: April 30, 1999, Springdale Cemetary, Madison In 80 Cause of Death (Facts Pg): Anoxic Encephnopathy80 Occupation: Construction80 ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. PHYLLIS S LISZ81, b. Aft. 1936; m. H USBAND UNK S LISZ81. THOMAS S LISZ81, b. Aft. 1936; m. MARYANNS LISZUNKNOWN81; b. Aft. 1936. JEAN S LISZ81, b. Aft. 1936. MARGARET S LISZ81, b. Aft. 1936. CHRISTINE S LISZ81, b. Aft. 1936. LORETTA S LISZ81, b. Aft. 1936. CASPER CASEY S LISZ81, b. September 08, 1937, South Bend, IN82; m. (1) YOVONE WATSON83; b. , Tyuzonia Ar84; m. (2) DONNA PTRYNSKI85; b. Aft. 1937; m. (3) S HIRLEY STEVENSON85, March 17, 1968, St Joseph County, Indiana; b. Abt. 1937, South Bend, IN; m. (4) J ANIS CARTER85, February 04, 1974, South Bend In86; b. May 06, 1945, South Bend In 86. Notes for CASPER CASEY S LISZ: [Piech~52.ftw] Elkhart Truth April 20 1996 author: Marshall King

Casey Slisz will tell you that he made a mess of his life. He'll also tell you that he had a good life. Whatever he's had or done he's survived and more often than not singing a ditty as he works at Hart Housing Group in Elkhart. The 58 year old Mishawaka resident has seen the inside of reform schools, jails and three Indiana prisons. Between 1946 and 1984 he spent 24 years behind bars. He was eight years old when he burglarized Crystal Laundry in South Bend. He got caught but " they did'nt get it all" he said....He gave his mother money for food for the family. But after she spent it on alcohol, he had a bowling alley pay him in food instead of 5 cents a frame for setting pins. He spent time in Indiana Boys School in 1947 and four years in Whites Institute. At seventeen he enlisted in the Marines. The next three decades were stints in prison because of his drinking, burglaries and assults "Anything an Old Drunk can get locked up for" he said. Through it all his sisters stood by him. In 1984 he shot a man in the back with birdshot, for which he went to prison. In 1987 he went to Westville Penitentiary and did'nt have a drink for two years. When he got out he never went back to the bottle. " I made it through the first night and I said I don't need it !!! When I stopped drinking I started feeling better about myself " . His mother was an alcholic . Either his mother or Father tried to sell him for $1500 when he was 4 years old, he said. The other went back and got him. Casey does'nt blame anyone for what happened in his life..." I was eight years old, I was a thief. I knew it was wrong. He's know been married to his wife, Janice, for 22 years. He performs at the American Legion posts singing everything from Waylon Jennings to Frank Sinatra. " My Life is Good " He now says. Editors Note Jim Piechorowski 8-5-2000 I met Casey for the first time in my life two weeks ago when he visted my home after answering a letter I sent to all know Slisz's in the Area. Aside from his sister he was the only one to answer. I was impressed with Casey's in your face honesty... he is what he is and what you see is exactly what you get. But he has had the courage to take control of his Disease and a Day at a Time stay sober, support his wife and search for his family... I like Casey and I hope he stays sober and finds peace in his life! More About CASPER CASEY S LISZ: Military service: Bet. 1954 - 1958, USMC86 Occupation: 2000, Overland Motor Coach, Elkhart In 86 Residence: 2001, 135 Palau Dr, South Bend In 46545

Children of EDMUND S LISZ and DOROTHY GARDNER are:
ix. RICHARD5 S LISZ87, b. Unknown88. x. JERRY S LISZ89, b. Unknown90.

21. CLEMENT NICOLAS4 S LISZ (MARY3 ANDRYSIAK, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)91 was born December 04, 1906 in South Bend, IN92, and died November 12, 1980 in South Bend, IN92. He married GERTRUDE KUBIAK93 June 01, 1925 in St Adelbert, South Bend, IN94, daughter of V INCENT KUBIAK and CONSTANCE CELISHOWSKA. She was born February 07, 1908 in South Bend, IN94, and died October 24, 1987 in South Bend, IN94. Notes for CLEMENT NICOLAS S LISZ: Clement N Slisz December 04, 1906 to November 12, 1980

South Bend Tribune Families mentioned: Slisz, Piechorowski, Kubiak, DeCook, Mazurkiewicz, Novinich, Maeyens, Biritz,

Clement Nicolas Slisz 73, of 440 Chicago St. died at 4:00 p.m. Wednesday in Memorial Hospital after an extended illness. He retired from Bendix Corporation. He was born on December 4, 1906 in South Bend and lived here all his life. On June 1, 1925, in South Bend , he married Gertrude Kubiak. She survives with two daughters, Mrs. Eugenia Mazurkiewicz of Mishawaka and Mrs. Elaine DeCook of South Bend; two sons Daniel and Melvin both of South Bend; 11 grandchildren; five great grand children; four sisters Mrs. Henrietta Novinich, Mrs. Evelyn Piechorowski, Mrs. Elsie Maeyens, and Mrs Phyllis Biritz and a brother Fred Slisz of South Bend. Services will be at 9 a.m. Saturday at Holy Family Church, Rev Daniel Durkin will officiate. Burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 9 p.m. on Friday at the St. Joseph Funeral Home, where a parish rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Clem was a member of the Bendix Retirees Club. More About C LEMENT NICOLAS S LISZ: Baptism: December 05, 1906, St Casmier Catholic94 Burial: St. Joseph Cemetery, South Bend, IN94 Funeral: Holy Family Catholic Church94 God Parents: December 05, 1906, Aton Slisz & Antonia Andrysiak94 Marriage Wittness: January 01, 1925, Josephus Busalski & Jenocfa Kubiak & 94 Occupation: Bendix94 Residence: 1980, 440 S. Chicago, South Bend, IN94 Notes for GERTRUDE KUBIAK: Gertrude Kubiak Slisz February 07, 1908 to October 24, 1987 South Bend Tribune Families mentioned: Kubiak, Slisz, Glon, Soos, Nye, DeWitt, Mazurkiewicz, DeCook Gertrude Slisz age 79, of 440 S. Chicago St. died at 2 p.m. in Memorial Hospital, she lived here all her life. On June 1, 1925 in South Bend, as Gertrude Kubiak she married Clem Slisz who died in November of 1980. Surviving are two daughters, Eugenia Mazurkiewicz of Mishawaka and Elaine DeCook of South Bend; two sons Daniel of Ettersville, Ind. and Melvin Sr. of South Bend; 11 grandchildren, 11 great grand children; four sisters, Regina Glon, Betty Soos, Clementine Nye, Esther De Witt all of South Bend and two brothers Casimir Kubiak and Eugene Kubiak, both of South Bend. Friends may call from 2p.m to 9 p.m. Monday at the St. Joseph Funeral Chapel, where arrangements are being completed More About GERTRUDE KUBIAK: Residence: 1987, 440 S. Chicago, South Bend, IN94 Children of CLEMENT S LISZ and GERTRUDE KUBIAK are:
i. EUGENIA5 S LISZ95, b. Aft. 1925, South Bend, IN96; m. MATT MAZURKIEWICZ97, May 31, 1947; b. Aft. 1925, South Bend, In 98. More About EUGENIA S LISZ: Residence: 1980, Mishawaka, IN98 ii. ELAINE ANN S LISZ99, b. Aft. 1925, South Bend, IN100; m. (1) PAUL D ECOOK101; b. Aft. 1925, South Bend, In102; m. (2) THOMAS E PARTON, December 01, 1951; b. Aft. 1925, South Bend, In. More About ELAINE ANN S LISZ: Residence: 1980, South Bend, IN102 iii. DANIEL S LISZ103, b. May 28, 1927, South Bend, IN104; d. July 05, 2000, Ellettsville In 104; m. PATRICIA

GORKA105, August 16, 1947, South Bend, IN St. Adalberts 106; b. Abt. 1928, South Bend, In 106; d. Unknown106. More About DANIEL S LISZ: Burial: July 07, 2000, Chambersville Cemetary, Spencer In 106 iv. SR. MELVYN S LISZ107, b. January 21, 1931, South Bend, IN108; m. JOANNE MAY S IMCOX109, November 30, 1949, South Bend, IN110; b. February 04, 1931, South Bend, IN110; d. October 13, 1999, South Bend, IN110. Notes for SR. MELVYN S LISZ: Oral History: Randy Simcox, California; the son of Joanne's brother Bill remembers "Mel" as his favorite Uncle " Mel is such a Character... A Great Uncle...I remember his days as a little league umpire, Boy did he get into the role!!! And we used to compare bowling scoresover the phone; he was always a good bowler and has bowled as long as I have known him" More About SR. MELVYN S LISZ: Nickname: Popeye110 More About JOANNE MAY S IMCOX: Burial: Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens, Osceola IN110 Marriage Notes for M ELVYN S LISZ and JOANNE S IMCOX: [Piech~52.ftw] Joanne, met Melvin Slisz at a dance at the Ramona dance Hall in the summer of 1949 and they were married six months later. Joanne, loved to play bingo and go to the Blue Chip Casino.

22. HENRIETTA H4 S LISZ (MARY3 ANDRYSIAK, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)111 was born January 07, 1911 in South Bend, IN112, and died July 16, 1997 in South Bend, IN112. She married ANTHONY F NOVINICH113 February 10, 1934 in St Adebert, South Bend, IN114, son of ANTHONY NOVINICH and ANNA NOVAK. He was born January 07, 1914 in Chesterton In114, and died December 31, 1977 in South Bend, IN114. More About HENRIETTA H S LISZ: Cause of Death (Facts Pg): Lung Disease114 Marriage Wittness: February 10, 1934, Joseph Novinich & Francis Sinkovsc114 Occupation: Gilbert's Department Store114 Residence: 1997, South Phillipa St. South Bend, IN114 More About ANTHONY F NOVINICH: Baptism: January 07, 1914, Chesterton In114 Occupation: Driver, Tucker Freight Lines114 Residence: 1978, 522 So. Phillipa, South Bend In114 Children of HENRIETTA SLISZ and ANTHONY NOVINICH are:
i. ii. iii. LORRAINE5 NOVINICH115, b. Abt. 1934, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County116; m. JERRY LEKARCZYK117, September 17, 1955, St Adalbert, South Bend, IN; b. Abt. 1934, South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County 118. ROBERT NOVINICH119, b. Aft. 1934, South Bend, IN120; d. Unknown120; m. SANDY ZANKA121; b. Aft. 1934, South Bend, IN. JR. ANTHONY F NOVINICH121, b. November 30, 1947, South Bend In122; d. February 06, 1985, South Bend In 122. More About JR. ANTHONY F NOVINICH: Burial: February 08, 1985, Riverview Cemetary, Cremation 122 Occupation: Upholsterer122 Residence: 213 N. Niles, Mishawaka In 122

23. FERDYNAD S4 SLISZ (MARY3 ANDRYSIAK, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)123 was born July 19, 1913 in South Bend In124, and died October 22, 2003 in South Bend , IN. He married (1) IRENE BANASIEWICZ125 June 26, 1937 in St Adelberts, South Bend, IN126, daughter of FRANCISZEK BANASIEWICZ and MARYANNA WRZESZSYNSKI. She was born June 21, 1911 in South Bend, IN126, and died January 17, 1975 in South Bend, IN126. He married (2) FRIEDA

KEATING127 Abt. 1978 in St Adabert, South Bend, IN128. She was born Abt. 1913 in South Bend, IN, and died February 17, 2005 in South Bend, IN. Notes for FERDYNAD S SLISZ: [Piech~52.ftw] Fred is quite an athlete and played Softball for Roach Appleton's Championship team. He also enjoys fishing very much, especially ice fishing. According to his sister Evelyn " Fred does not like to eat fish" he just catches them and gives them away. Freds athletic ability seemed to rub off on his son Ralph who played Football for St. Adalberts. I played for Holy Cross and we my have played against each other being about the same age. More About FERDYNAD S SLISZ: Occupation: Bendix and Roach Appleton128 Residence: 2000, 505 S0. Liberty128 Notes for IRENE BANASIEWICZ: Mrs. Irene S. (Banasiewicz) Slisz June 21, 1911 to January 17, 1975 South Bend Tribune Families mentioned: Slisz, Banasiewicz, Sciglowski, Mrs. Irene S. Slisz, 64, of 505 So. Liberty St. died at 4:00 p.m. in Memorial Hospital after a two week illness. Mrs. Slisz, was a former Medical Arts Building employee. Born June 21, 1911, in South Bend, she had lived here for her lifetime. On June 26, 1937 as Irene Banasiewicz she married Ferdynad Slisz in St. Adalberts Church, who survives. Also surviving are two sons Ralph of South Bend and Thomas of Dunlap; two grandchildren;two brothers Walter and Marion, both of South Bend and two sisters Geneieve Sciglowski and Aurelia Banasiewicz of South Bend. Services will be at 9 a.m. Saturday in St. Adalberts Catholic Church, the Rev. Eugene Kasmierczsak will officiate. Burial will be in St. Josephs Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today in the St. Joseph Funeral Home. More About IRENE BANASIEWICZ: Burial: October 18, 1975, St. Joseph Cemetery, South Bend, IN128 Cause of Death (Facts Pg): Cancer128 Occupation: Medical Arts Building128 Religion: St Adalberts Catholic Chur128 Notes for FRIEDA KEATING: Death notice: Frieda A. Slisz (Vital Statistics: 2005/02/17) MISHAWAKA -- Frieda A. (Torzewski) Slisz, 90, of Regency Place Nursing Home, died Tuesday in the nursing home. Survivors include two sons, Joseph L. Torzewski of Granger and Jon Torzewski of Mishawaka. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in Hickey Funeral Homes & Crematory Services, 17131 Cleveland Road, where friends may call two hours before services. Children of FERDYNAD SLISZ and IRENE BANASIEWICZ are:
i. RALPH5 S LISZ129, b. October 13, 1938, South Bend, IN130. More About RALPH S LISZ: Education: Abt. 1957, Washington H.S. , South Bend Military service: US Army Germany Occupation: Postal Employee Residence: 1975130 ii. THOMAS S LISZ131, b. April 08, 1944132.

More About THOMAS S LISZ: Residence: Dunlap, IN132

24. EVELYN R ITA4 S LISZ (MARY3 ANDRYSIAK, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, S TANISLAW1)133 was born March 13, 1916 in South Bend, IN134, and died May 21, 2004 in South Bend , IN. She married F RANK A. PIECHOROWSKI135 August 05, 1939 in South Bend, IN136, son of LEON P IECHOROWSKI and KONSTANCYA JANOWIAK. He was born January 30, 1916 in South Bend, IN137,138, and died December 05, 1985 in South Bend, IN138. Notes for EVELYN R ITA S LISZ: Obituary: Evelyn R. Piechorowski March 13, 1916 -- May 21, 2004 Evelyn R. (Slisz) Piechorowski, 88, of Granger, Ind., passed peacefully away in her sleep at 10 p.m. Friday, May 21, in the Holy Cross Healthcare Center, Dugdale Road, Granger, where she had resided for the last few years. Evelyn was born on March 13, 1916, in South Bend, Ind., to Kasper and Mary (Andrysiak) Slisz, who preceded her in death. On Aug. 5, 1939, she married Frank A. Piechorowski in St. Adalbert's Church in South Bend. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank, on Dec. 15, 1985. Also deceased are three brothers, Edmund, Clem and Fred; and four sisters, Irene, Henrietta, Esther and Phyllis. Evelyn is survived by her sister, Alice Maeyens of South Bend; her son, James F. (Sharon) Piechorowski of Elkhart, Ind.; and two grandchildren, Frank D. of Memphis, Tenn., and Devon D. of Mishawaka, Ind. Evelyn and Frank were married for nearly 50 years, residing at Fir Road in Granger. They attended St. Pius X Church since moving to Granger in 1955. Their lives were punctuated by hard work, love of family and a zest for life. As a child of the Depression, Evelyn would feed any (man or beast) who wandered too near the home, and was renowned for always having that second turkey on hand for Thanksgiving Day if anyone was really hungry. She adored her grandchildren and was always on hand when needed to wipe a tear or sing their praises. Her last years were hard but she is happy now in the presence of her God and the love of her husband. Evie will be missed by all who had the good fortune to cross her path. A formal Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated for Mom at St. Katherine's of Alexandria in Brzyskorzystew, Poland, the church of our ancestors. Visitation will be from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, May 24, in THE ST. JOSEPH FUNERAL HOME, 1827 E. Ireland Road, where a Rosary will be prayed at 8 p.m. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday morning, May 25, in the funeral home, followed by burial at St. Joseph's Cemetery, South Bend. Oral History from Elsie: They were introduced by Aunt Elsie when she was fifthteen. She played basketball for St Adelbert's grade school.... Frank played ball on the men's team... Elsie and Evelyn used to go to dances and ZB Falcon's almost every Saturday night, and one night Elsie introduced them. Elsie's Husband Uncle Elmer was in CC Camp with Frank. Oral History from Evelyn: My mother used to say, when I was young, "That one's going to be a clean one", because when by the time I was old enough to pick up a rag, I was going around the house dusting. When I first met Frank, he didn't turn me on, he came over at least 3 times that night and asked me to dance, but I came up with an excuse each time. Several Saturdays after that he kept coming and asking me to dance, so finally I figured, what can it hurt, and I danced with him. We had the rest of that evening. He took me home and we made a date for next Tuesday because the Cole Brothers Circus was in town. That was our first date.

More About EVELYN R ITA SLISZ: Burial: May 25, 2004, St Joseph Cemetery, South Bend IN lot 427 pc7 Notes for FRANK A. P IECHOROWSKI: Obituary: Frank A Piechorowski 1-28-1916 to 12-5-1985 South Bend Tribune Families mentioned: Piechorowski, Slisz, Hechlinski, Janowiak, Floor, Prentkowski, Coryon, Siderits, Gumm, Harmon Frank A Piechorowski, 69 of 52166 Fir Road, Granger Indiana died at 4:35 pm at the St. Joseph Medical Center. Mr. Piechorowski retired in 1974 as a supervisor for the White Farm Inplement Company after 39 years of employment. He was born January 28, 1916 to Leon and Konstantia Janowiak Piechorowski in South Bend and was a lifetime resident of the area. On August 5, 1939 he married Elevyn Rita Slisz at St Adalberts Church in South Bend Indiana who survives. Also surviving are a son James F Piechorowski of Constantine MI, two grandchildren Frank and Devon and seven sisters, Sophie Hechlinski, Virginia Floor, Esther Prentkowski, Josephine Coryon, Irene Siderits, Clara Gumm and Betty Lou Harmon. Services will be at 10 am Monday Dec 9, 1985 in St Pius Catholic Church. Friends may call from 7 to 9 Saturday and 2 to 9 Sunday in the St Joseph Funeral Home. Burial will be in the St. Josephs Cemetery. Frank was a third degree Knight of Columbus, Father Baden Council Obituary: Frank A Piechorowski 1-28-1916 to 12-5-1985 South Bend Tribune Families mentioned: Piechorowski, Slisz, Hechlinski, Janowiak, Floor, Prentkowski, Coryon, Siderits, Gumm, Harmon Frank A Piechorowski, 69 of 52166 Fir Road, Granger Indiana died at 4:35 pm at the St. Joseph Medical Center. Mr. Piechorowski retired in 1974 as a supervisor for the White Farm Inplement Company after 39 years of employment. He was born January 28, 1916 to Leon and Konstantia Janowiak Piechorowski in South Bend and was a lifetime resident of the area. On August 5, 1939 he married Elevyn Rita Slisz at St Adalberts Church in South Bend Indiana, who survives. Also surviving are a son James F Piechorowski of Constantine MI, two grandchildren Frank and Devon and seven sisters, Sophie Hechlinski, Virginia Floor, Esther Prentkowski, Josephine Coryon, Irene Siderits, Clara Gumm and Betty Lou Harmon. Services will be at 10 am Monday Dec 9, 1985 in St Pius Catholic Church. Friends may call from 7 to 9 Saturday and 2 to 9 Sunday in the St Joseph Funeral Home. Burial will be in the St. Josephs Cemetery. Frank was a third degree Knight of Columbus, Father Baden Council 4263, and a member of the White Farm Management Club and St Pius 4263, and a member of the White Farm Management Club and St Pius Church. [Piech~52.ftw] When the depression hit he went into CCC Camp. Oral History from Frank D Piechorowski: He used to tell me stories of CCC camp. He worked as a baker there. He used to make the BEST pie crusts. He would mix them up right on the counter top, no measuring... did it all by feel. I remember he would take all the extra crust bits and cut them into strips and bake them with Cinnamon and

sugar. I can still taste them 20 years later. Once, he and the boys snuck out of camp one night and raided a local watermelon field, they brought all the watermelons back to camp and hid them all in the ceiling. The weight of the melons up there caused the ceiling to sag the commander noticed and had one of the men get a ladder and nail the ceiling back up. Well of course the when he tried to nail it back up, he hit a watermelon and this red liquid started to drip down on the floor, the commander though they had a body up in the ceiling. He said they got in SO much trouble. In another, he told me of one way they would "Initiate" the new guys. They would come in, in the middle of the night, and have a "Short Arm Inspection". One guy would act as the officer, and one as a doctor. The "Doctor" would have a can of black shoe polish. After they were "Inspected" they would get a dob of shoe polish on them. Of course, as soon as they saw their "doctor" in the ranks with them they knew they had been had, but shoe polish can't be washed off... It has to wear off. We know that Frank came to work for Ludwik (Uncle Louie) when his mother died, c. 1936 Oral History from Evelyn: Kasper Slisz, Evelyn Father taught Frank how to hunt and fish, in that time for food, not for sport. He married Evelyn and went to work for Oliver Corp. Oral History from James: 1938/39 - A die fell out of the "Hot Hammer" at Oliver Corp and hit Frank in the knee, casuing the begining of his knee problems. Frank was forced to retire from Oliver's in 1974 on disablility. In 1964 James worked at Olivers on summer vacation on the same hot hammer More About FRANK A. PIECHOROWSKI: Burial: December 09, 1985, St. Joseph's Cemetery, lot 427 pc 7138 Cause of Death: Heart Failure138 Funeral: St. Pius X, 12-9-1985138 God Parents: January 30, 1916, Stanley Janowiak & Maria Piechorowski 138 Medical Information: Frank suffered from Anklosing Spondlytius a fusing of the vertabrea of the spine from about 50 until his death. The drugs taken to relieve the pain did his heart no good. Obituary: South Bend Tribune138 Occupation: Oliver Corp138 Retirement: 1974, Oliver Corp138 Social Security Number: Social Security #: 311-09-3193139,140 Marriage Notes for E VELYN S LISZ and FRANK P IECHOROWSKI: [Piech~52.ftw] Oral History from Evelyn Piechorowski Frank took and purposed to Evelyn on Christmas eve, 1937. He bought a box of chocolates and put the ring in the box for her to find. When she opened the box she said "Ohhh Chocolate...", and was very disappointed because he had bought her candy for Valentines day. She thought, but didn't say "Am I ever going to be engaged to you?". Frank could see that she was disapointed so he let her stew for a few days and called her back asking if she had eaten the candy yet. She said she had had a few pieces. He told her to go have some more and tell him how she liked them... that's when she found the ring. Frank Earned the money to buy both Evelyn's engagement ring and their wedding ring with the help of Ludwik (Uncle Louie). Ludwik gave frank a plot of land on the farm that Frank was to grow and tend pickles on. All the money that he made from the pickles is what he used to buy the rings.

Child of EVELYN S LISZ and FRANK PIECHOROWSKI is:
i. JAMES FRANCIS5 P IECHOROWSKI141, b. September 25, 1942, South Bend, IN142; m. (1) PATRICA LEE DUNCAN143, 1966, St Joseph County, Indiana; b. January 28, 1947, Phoenix, AZ144; m. (2) S HARON METZLER145, May 01, 1988, St.Johns Episcopal, Elkhart In; b. March 31, 1949, Goshen In. Notes for JAMES FRANCIS P IECHOROWSKI: [Piech~52.ftw] Oral History from Frank D Piechorowski: I remember a story that GrandPa (Frank A Piechorowski) told me. When dad (James Piechorowski) was in grade school, he came home one day all proud and told his mom and dad "I get to be a 'Monitor'" in school, all happy and excited about this new resposibilty. When he told Grandpa, he asked "Do you know what a Monitor is?", "No" said Dad, "It's a shit house tender." Dad wasn't quite so excited after that Oral History James Francis Michael Piechorowski 2-2-2001 Friday, September 25, 1942 4 pm temp 30* and snowing "I was born" of Evelyn Piechorowski in Epworth Hospital (Memorial) South Bend In. Dad rode his Bike from Olivers in the snow to come and greet me as he did not own a car until the early 1950's. I would imagine that Mom began her life long obsession of feeding me as soon as she was able to clutch a bottle that same day. The doctors had to finally step in and stop her as I grew into a Fat little Guy to quickly. I have always attributed my life long battle with weight to moms insistance on force feeding anyone who entered the house. I spent my early years at 1417 Van Buren St South Bend In, attending Holy Cross Grade School, playing football which I was never very good at, and being forced to try to play the accordian which I hated and was even worst at. However I did survive and in 1955 we moved from South Bend to 52166 Fir Rd in Granger were the family home remains to this date. In 1956 I attended Washington Clay High School where I was a fair to Middle student, did some Wrestling which I liked "Team Captain" and discovered Girls which has been the " love of my life". But life was good and I would'nt trade or change a minute for all the money in the world. I graduated from Clay in 1960 middle of the class and went to IUSB where I nearly fluncked out until I was assured by the dean of men that I could get my act together or be certain that Siagon would be beautiful in the Spring. in addition dad put me to work at Olivers and insured that I had every crap job in the plant. You could always find me where it was hottest and dirtyest for the summer of 1962. I was on the honor role for three years after that experience never dropping below a 3.6 and nearly getting a 4.0 on an 18 hour load which was spoiled by a ROTC instructor who gave me a B+ for missing a parade. I loved IU Bloomington joined Sigma Phi Epslion Social Fraternity "Like I needed to be more social" and met and married your mother Patricia Lee Duncan in 1965 who was the great love of my early life. I finished under and grad school and went to work for Whirlpool in 1965, in 1973 I switched to Miles Laboratory where I have worked ever since. Frank came along in St Joe Michigan in 1966 and Devon followed him in Constantine Mi in 1976. The two of you have given meaning and substance to my life. I hope you will remember me as at least having tried to do my best and never / ever thought of deserting you irrespective of the circumstances we found before us . I love / loved you both dearly. Patricia and I divorced in 1978 and in about a year I remarried Carolyn Humphery in South Bend. The difficulties of trying to put two families together was more than we were able to handle and the marrige ended in 1984. I wish her well In 1987-88 after four years of Disco Duck and Ski Bumming I met and married Sharon Louise Metzler who cleaned up my act and lets me think I am running the operation. If I had a buck for every "Yes Dear" which somehow always ends up the way Sharon intended it I would be retired on the beach in St Thomas. After 13 years I have managed to hang on to this one and life is good. General comment for an Obituary...Piech's Life "From the Brim to the Dregs it Ran Sweet and Clear ... It was a very Good Year" More About JAMES F RANCIS P IECHOROWSKI: Associations: Viking Ski Club Degree: 1965, BS Transportation, I U Bloomington

Description: Damn Good Looking E-Mail / URL: Jamespiech@aol.com Occupation: Bet. 1966 - 1973, Whirlpool Corp, Transportation Management Religion: Respect Life / Help Others less Fortunate Residence: 2001, 55659 Rivershores Lane Elkhart In Telephone: 219-293-7460

25. ALICE4 S LISZ (MARY3 ANDRYSIAK, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)145 was born March 04, 1920 in South Bend, IN146. She married E LMER MAEYENS147 May 14, 1938 in South Bend, IN148, son of HUSBAND MAEYENS and ALISA MAEYENS. He was born November 05, 1915 in Michigan148, and died August 1981 in South Bend, IN148. More About E LMER MAEYENS: Funeral: St. Adalberts148 Military service: WWII Veteran148 Occupation: Bendix Corp148 Residence: 1981, 522 S. Falcon148 Children of ALICE S LISZ and E LMER MAEYENS are:
i. PATRICIA A LICE5 MAEYENS149, b. September 20, 1939, South Bend, In 150; m. CLEM T OTOLSKI151, June 11, 1960152; b. December 23, 1938, South Bend, In 152; d. March 08, 2002, La Porte, In. More About PATRICIA A LICE MAEYENS : Residence: 1981, La Porte, IN152 Notes for CLEM T OTOLSKI: Clem grew up in a simple Polish Neighborhood and attended Catholic Elementary and High School. He met Pat his wife of 41 years in Kindergarden. He was a man of family and faith, his office was adorned with pictures of his grandchildren. More About CLEM T OTOLSKI: Cause of Death (Facts Pg): Neuromuscular Disease Occupation: Publisher La Porte Herald Argus Religion: St Peters Catholic Church, La Porte, In Residence: 1310 No Adams ii. SHIRLY ANN MAEYENS153, b. July 06, 1943, South Bend, IN154; m. ROBERT W ILLIAMS155, June 10, 1967156; b. August 02, 1943, South Bend, IN156. More About SHIRLY ANN MAEYENS : Residence: 1981, Sidney, Austrailia156 iii. iv. v. SANDRA LEE MAEYENS157, b. September 23, 1946158; m. KENNETH PAUL M INDER159, September 26, 1964160; b. December 03, 1943160. DEBRA LYNN MAEYENS161, b. October 09, 1951, South Bend, IN162; m. LEONARD JOSEPH S MUDEY163, July 21, 1973164; b. July 17, 1953, South Bend, IN164. BARBARA ELLEN MAEYENS165, b. July 26, 1955, South Bend, IN166; m. (1) JAMES DALE S HINALL167, March 31, 1975168; b. August 26, 1956, South Bend, IN168; m. (2) W ILLIAM JOHN K LEMPAY169, April 23, 1983170; b. September 14, 1953, South Bend, IN170. More About BARBARA ELLEN MAEYENS : Occupation: Registered Nurse170 Residence: 518 Phillipa, South Bend, IN170 More About WILLIAM JOHN K LEMPAY : Occupation: Grinder170 vi. TERRY MAEYENS171, b. Unknown172; d. Unknown172. More About TERRY MAEYENS : Residence: 1981, South Bend, IN172

26. PHYLLIS M4 S LISZ (MARY3 ANDRYSIAK, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)173 was born May 01, 1924 in South Bend, IN174, and died May 17, 2003 in South Bend, IN. She married (1) W ILLIAM L RAIRDON175 July 13, 1946 in St Adabert, South Bend, IN176. He was born July 26, 1923 in South Bend In176, and died February 11, 1989 in Columbus Oh176. She married (2) FRANK P BIRITZ177 July 31, 1965 in South Bend, IN178, son of FRANK B IRITZ and KATHRYN BEIDINGER. He was born September 28, 1925 in South Bend, IN178, and died October 06, 1984 in Tuscon, AZ178. More About PHYLLIS M S LISZ: Burial: Sacred Heart Cemetery, South Bend IN Cause of Death (Facts Pg): Heart Attack More About WILLIAM L RAIRDON: Cause of Death (Facts Pg): Complications of Diabetis178 Residence: 2000, Columbus Oh178 More About FRANK P BIRITZ: Baptism (LDS): Our Lady of Hungary, Rev Gaza Gyorfy God Parents: Michael Wucovits Military service: World War II - Army Air Corps178 Residence: Bet. 1978 - 1984, Tuscon, AZ178 Child of PHYLLIS S LISZ and WILLIAM RAIRDON is:
i. RICHARD EDWARD5 RAIRDON179, b. August 12, 1947, South Bend In 180; m. (1) CAROL UNK RAIRDON181; b. Abt. 1947; m. (2) COLLEEN UNKNOWN181, November 29, 1975, Hawaii182. More About RICHARD EDWARD RAIRDON : Residence: 1984, Ceutu Spain 182 Telephone: 2000, 217-483-8552182

27. FRANK PAT4 GLON (HATTIE G3 ANDRYSIAK, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)183 was born December 30, 1910 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County184, and died May 31, 1961 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. He married REGINA F KUBIAK August 21, 1937 in Corpus Christi, South Bend In, daughter of VINCENT KUBIAK and CONSTANCE CELISHOWSKA. She was born July 23, 1912 in South Bend , In, and died November 24, 2003 in South Bend, IN. More About FRANK PAT GLON: Burial: St Josephs cemetary - st. joseph county Occupation: Stove Maker for So Bend Range More About REGINA F KUBIAK: Burial: St Joseph Cemetery Children of FRANK GLON and REGINA KUBIAK are:
i. ii. iii. iv. FRANK5 G LON, b. Aft. 1937. REGINALD G LON , b. Aft. 1937. LOUISE G LON, b. Aft. 1937; m. H USBAND S ZKLAREK; b. Abt. 1937. G LORIA G LON, b. Aft. 1937; m. H USBAND S MOLKA; b. Abt. 1937.

28. IRENE MARIE4 GLON (H ATTIE G3 ANDRYSIAK, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, S TANISLAW1)185 was born October 13, 1914 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County186, and died March 16, 1971 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. She married WALTER S ZYNSKI187 April 25, 1936. He was born March 25, 1910 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County188, and died May 05, 1971 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County188.

More About IRENE MARIE GLON: Burial: St Josephs cemetary - st. joseph county Occupation: White House Manufacturing Religion: 1971, St Adelberts Residence: 1971, 523 So Kosciuszko More About WALTER S ZYNSKI: Burial: St Josephs cemetary - st. joseph county Children of IRENE GLON and WALTER S ZYNSKI are:
i. ii. iii. iv. BARBARA5 S ZYNSKI, b. Aft. 1936; m. H USBAND TOTH; b. Abt. 1936. CECILLIA S ZYNSKI, b. Aft. 1936; m. H USBAND CARTWRIGHT; b. Abt. 1936. ELIZABETH S ZYNSKI, b. Aft. 1936. WALTER S ZYNSKI, b. July 16, 1939, South Bend, IN; d. September 04, 2005, North Liberty, IN; m. S ANDRA K SZUCZ, 1961; b. Abt. 1939, South Bend, IN. Notes for WALTER S ZYNSKI: Obituary: Walter S. Szynski Jr. July 16, 1939 -- Sept. 4, 2005

Walter S. "Wally" Szynski Jr., 66, of North Liberty, IN, passed away Sunday, Sept. 4, 2005, surrounded by his loving family. Wally fought a long and courageous battle with systemic sclerosis, a form of scleroderma. Wally was born July 16, 1939, in South Bend, to the late Walter S. and Irene (Glon) Szynski. In 1961, he married the former Sandra K. Szucs, who survives along with the children Wally was so very proud of, Tammi (Ron) Hamilton of North Liberty, Tina (Kevin) Hawk of Cape Coral, Florida, Lisa (Victor) Vukovits of North Liberty and Brent (Robin) Szynski of Granger. Wally had 12 grandchildren who loved him very much. Ronnie (a special angel for all of his help), Nolan and Carley Hamilton, Lance, Tyler and Conner Hawk, Blake, Loren and Jack Vukovits, Skylar, Camryn and Bradyn Szynski. Through his illness, the grandchildren would do whatever they could to help him by keeping him company and getting him whatever he needed when he couldn't do it himself. For the past 10 years, every Friday was family dinner night at Grandma and Grandpa's. Grandpa loved having the grandkids around, but when it was eight o'clock, he would yell "Curfew" and it was time to go home. We are so thankful that we had this special time together as a family. Also surviving are Wally's three sisters, Barbara J. Toth and Cecilia J. (Joseph) Cowsert of South Bend, Elizabeth S. (Michael) Kozloski of Granger, Uncle Frank "Bill" and Irene Szynski, and Aunt Virginia (Harold) Koch of South Bend, along with many cousins, nieces and nephews. Wally graduated from Washington High School in 1957, and joined the U.S. Marine Corps, stationed in California for three years as a combat engineer. In 1960 he joined the South Bend Police Department and was promoted to detective sergeant in 1971. During his police career he received many commendations, awards and he was a marksman. After 21 years on the police force, Wally retired. Wally worked several part-time jobs, helped Sandy with her photo business and helped to build the North Liberty Youth League baseball park. Wally was an avid sports fan, especially Notre Dame. He said that he wanted to see one more Notre Dame football game, and he did. Thank you, Notre Dame, for winning on Saturday night. Through your life, you meet wonderful and caring people. The family would especially like to thank Doctors David Varner, Brent Mohr (and Angie) and Walter Filipek (and Chrissy), Michael J. Anderson, Atty., Marilyn Wuthrich and Terri Wise of Martin's, the North Liberty Volunteer Ambulance Service and Aunt Dovie for the potato soup he loved so much. Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. today, Sept. 7, in Palmer Guisinger Funeral Home, 3718 S. Michigan Street, South Bend. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, in the Palmer Guisinger Chapel, officiated by Donald Cornelius, chaplain of the Fraternal Order of Police #36 and Captain Ed Friend of the South bend Police Department. Military graveside services will follow at Sumpton Prairie Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the North Liberty Volunteer Ambulance Service, 310 S. Street, North Liberty, IN 46554; or to the National Organization for Rare Disorders, 55 Kenosia Ave., PO Box 1968, Danbury, CT 06813.

More About WALTER S ZYNSKI: Graduation: 1957, Washington High School Military service: USMC Occupation: Soth Bend Police, Sgt

29. BENEDICT V4 GLON (H ATTIE G3 ANDRYSIAK, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)189 was born February 14, 1917 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County190, and died May 17, 1953 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. He married V IRGINIA JEAN STRYCHALSKI191 1941 in South Bend In192. She was born June 20, 1916 in South Bend, In192, and died May 13, 2003 in South Bend, In. More About BENEDICT V GLON: Burial: St Josephs cemetary - st. joseph county Occupation: Watch Repair Business More About V IRGINIA JEAN STRYCHALSKI: Burial: St Joseph Cemetery Children of BENEDICT GLON and VIRGINIA STRYCHALSKI are:
i. PATRICK LEE5 G LON193, b. Aft. 1941, South Bend, In194; m. LINDA BETH JOHNSTON195; b. Unknown196. More About PATRICK LEE G LON : Fact: Lives in La Fayette, Indiana ii. JAMES LOUIS G LON197, b. Aft. 1941, South Bend, In 198. More About JAMES LOUIS G LON : Fact: 2007, Lives in Nevada

30. ESTHER4 GLON (HATTIE G3 ANDRYSIAK, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)199 was born July 18, 1920 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County200, and died February 22, 2002 in South Bend, Indiana. She married WALTER HEINTZELMAN201 May 13, 1940 in St Joseph County, Indiana. He was born Abt. 1920 in South Bend, Indiana202, and died May 15, 1982 in South Bend, Indiana202. More About ESTHER GLON: Baptism: July 19, 1920, St Casmir Church Burial: St Joseph Cemetery God Parents: Joseph Dusyznski & Hedwig Johnson Occupation: Bendix, 35 years More About WALTER HEINTZELMAN: Burial: St Joseph Cemetery Children of ESTHER GLON and WALTER HEINTZELMAN are:
i. DARLENE V IRGINIA5 HEINTZELMAN, b. November 02, 1940, South Bend, In; m. (1) A RTHUR H ITE; b. Abt. 1940, South Bend, Indiana; d. January 22, 1989, Niles, Michigan; m. (2) G AYL A USTIN , April 1962, St Joseph County, Indiana; b. Abt. 1940, South Bend, In. M ICHAELENE H EINTZELMAN , b. December 16, 1945, Detroit, MI; m. GERALD LOUIS LANE, August 1965, St Joseph County, Indiana; b. Abt. 1945, South Bend, In. Notes for M ICHAELENE H EINTZELMAN : Description: Jim, I forgot to give you my info. I was born Dec 16, 1945 to Esther Glon and Walter Heintzelman, who was not my biological father. My Grandma, Hattie Glon raised me and I took her last name. I will try to remember what I can when I get a chance to see more of your tree. Mickey Glon Lane April 2007

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JOSEPH H ENRY H EINTZELMAN , b. February 15, 1947, South Bend, In; m. KAREN MOON; b. Abt. 1943, South Bend, In. More About JOSEPH HENRY H EINTZELMAN : Fact: adopted by paternal grandparents. Know as Joseph Heintzelman

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KATHLEEN ELAINE H EINTZELMAN, b. August 18, 1951, South Bend, In; m. GUSTAV JOSEPH CORNELIS, St Joseph County, Indiana; b. Abt. 1951, South Bend, In. DEAN B H EINTZELMAN, b. July 10, 1958, South Bend; d. December 02, 2002, South Bend; m. (1) N ANCY COIRO, St Joseph County, Indiana; b. Abt. 1958, South Bend, In; m. (2) M ELODY LEMON, September 30, 1995, South Bend In; b. Abt. 1958, South Bend, IN. More About DEAN B H EINTZELMAN : Cause of Death (Facts Pg): Auto Accident Occupation: County Building Inspector South Bend

31. IRVIN JAMES4 ANDRYSIAK (C ASIMIR3, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)203 was born August 13, 1922 in South Bend, IN - St. Joseph County. He married MARGARET M ILLER October 09, 1948 in St John Cantry, Rolling Prarie, In, daughter of JOHN M ILLER and HELEN PEKOFSKE. She was born November 14, 1923 in New Carlisle, Indiana, and died December 30, 2005 in New Carlisle, Indiana. More About IRVIN JAMES ANDRYSIAK: Baptism: August 14, 1922, St. Casimer Notes for MARGARET M ILLER: Margaret M. Andrysiak Nov. 14. 1923 - Dec. 30, 2005 Margaret M. Andrysiak, 82, of E. Chicago Road in New Carlisle, Indiana, passed away, Friday, December 30, 2005, in Hamilton Communities of New Carlisle. She was born on November 14, 1923, in New Carlisle, Indiana to John and Helen (Pekofski) Miller. Margaret retired from the New Prairie United School Corporation as a cook, after 25 years of service. On October 9, 1948, Margaret married Irvin J. Andrysiak who survives. Surviving with her husband are a daughter, Cynthia (George) Miller of New Carlisle, Indiana; sons, Gregory (Susie) Andrysiak of Canton, Michigan and Thomas Andrysiak of Hudson Lake, Indiana; grandchildren, Andrew, Amy and Amanda Tanner, Trish and Tegan Andrysiak, Kaleena and Shayna Miller; great-grandchildren, Nathan, Madeline, Jordan and Austin; sisters, Pat Kopchinski of Michigan City, Indiana, Augustina Zgoda of Chicago, Illinois; and a brother, Frank Miller of New Carlisle. Sisters, Genevieve Jozwiak, Dorothy Noveroske and brothers, Andrew and Floyd Miller all preceded her in death. Visitation will be held Monday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. (South Bend time), in the Kaniewski Funeral Home, 201 S. Filbert Street, New Carlisle, Indiana, where a Parish Rosary will be at 6 p.m. (South Bend time) in the funeral home. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. (South Bend time), in St. Peter Catholic Church in LaPorte, with entombment to follow in St. Joseph Cemetery, South Bend, Indiana. Mrs. Andrysiak was a member of St. Peter Catholic Church in LaPorte. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Peter Catholic Church, 1104 Monroe Street, LaPorte, Indiana 46350 or to the Alzheimer's Association, Greater Indiana Chapter, 9135 N. Meridian Street, Suite B4, Indianapolis, Indiana 46260. To sign the online guest book, please visit Kaniewsi.com. More About MARGARET MILLER: Burial: January 03, 2006, St Joseph Cemetery

Occupation: Bet. 1970 - 1974, Cook, Hudson Lake School Children of IRVIN ANDRYSIAK and MARGARET MILLER are:
i. ii. iii. GREGORY JOHN5 ANDRYSIAK, b. October 20, 1950, Rolling Prarie, In; m. MARY S UZANNE MARR, June 20, 1970, St. John Kanty, Rolling Prarie, In; b. October 16, 1946, La Porte County, In. THOMAS A LLEN ANDRYSIAK, b. May 21, 1952, La Porte County, In; m. DEBORAH KAY N ELSON, May 22, 1976, St John Kanty, Rolling Prarie, In; b. September 21, 1953, Niles Mi. CYNTHIA ROSE ANDRYSIAK, b. August 30, 1957, Rolling Prarie, In; m. GEORGE DENNIS M ILLER, October 02, 1976, St John Kanty, Rolling Prarie, In; b. November 17, 1953, Michigan City, In.

32. RICHARD4 ANDRYSIAK (C ASIMIR3, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)203 was born March 10, 1924 in South Bend, In, and died February 13, 1994 in South Bend, In. He married MARGARET KIPP August 24, 1957. She was born Abt. 1924 in South Bend, In. More About RICHARD ANDRYSIAK: Burial: St Joseph Catholic Cemetery, South Bend Military service: WW2 & Korea Occupation: VP Shippers Dispatch Child of RICHARD ANDRYSIAK and MARGARET KIPP is:
i. MARY5 ANDRYSIAK, b. Aft. 1957, South Bend, In.

33. DELORES4 ANDRYSIAK (C ASIMIR3, ANTIONETTE2 B ANACH, STANISLAW1)203 was born February 27, 1928 in South Bend, In, and died February 22, 2007 in South Bend, Indiana. She married S TANLEY A JOZWIAK203 April 23, 1948 in St Hedwig, South Bend, In, son of STANLEY JOZWIAK and HELEN HOFFMANN. He was born February 26, 1926 in South Bend, In, and died April 24, 2007 in South Bend, In. Notes for DELORES ANDRYSIAK: Delores M. Jozwiak Feb. 27, 1928 - Feb. 22, 2007 South Bend Tribune SOUTH BEND - Delores M. Jozwiak, 78, passed away at 7:54 a.m. Thursday Feb. 22 in Memorial Hospital, South Bend. She was born on February 27, 1928, in South Bend to the late Casimir and Anna (Woltman) Andrysiak. She was also preceded in death by her brother, Richard, and her twin sister, Dorothy Mathisen. On May 1, 1948, she married Stanley Jozwiak in South Bend. He survives, along with their two children, David (Maxine) Jozwiak and Jacqueline (Dennis) Freel, all of South Bend; four grandchildren, Michael (Amy) Freel, Denise Rajski, Christopher Jozwiak and Anna (Jarrod) Gerschoffer; four great-grandchildren, Ben, Tyler, Matt, and Ashley; and her brother, Irvin Andrysiak of Hudson Lake, IN. Delores was a member of St. Adalbert Catholic Church, and Purdue Extension Homemaker's Club. She enjoyed quilting, gardening, cooking and sewing. She also liked to spend time at the lake cottage. Visitation will be on Sunday, Feb. 25, from 2 to 5 p.m. in ST. JOSEPH FUNERAL HOME, 824 S. Mayflower Road, South Bend. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, Feb. 26 at 10 a.m. in St. Adalbert Catholic Church. Entombment will follow at St. Joseph Cemetery, South Bend. Memorial contributions may be made to the donor's choice. For those who are unable to attend the Funeral Liturgy, condolences for the family may be sent to www.sjfh.net. Notes for STANLEY A JOZWIAK: Stanley Jozwiak Jr. Feb. 26, 1926 - April 24, 2007 SOUTH BEND - Stanley Jozwiak Jr., 81, passed away at 6:55 p.m. on Tuesday, April 24, in Miller's Merry Manor Nursing Home, Walkerton. Stanley was born on February 26, 1926, in South Bend, to the late Stanley and Helen (Hoffman) Jozwiak Sr. On May 1, 1948, he married Delores Andrysiak in South Bend. He was preceded in death by his wife Delores on February 22, 2007, and by his brother, Joseph. He is survived by his two children, David (Maxine) Jozwiak of South Bend and Jacqueline (Dennis) Freel of South Bend; four grandchildren, Michael (Amy) Freel, Denise Rajski, Christopher Jozwiak and Anna (Jarrod) Gerschoffer; and four great-grandchildren, Ben, Tyler, Matt and Ashley. Stanley served in the United States Army during World War II, and then retired from Torrington

as a maintenance foremen in 1983. He was a member of St. Adalbert Catholic Church and of American Legion Post 284. Target shooting, spending time at the lake cottage and gardening were among some of Stanley's favorite pastimes. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. on Friday, April 27, in ST. JOSEPH FUNERAL HOME, 824 South Mayflower Road, South Bend. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 28, in St. Adalbert Catholic Church. Entombment will follow at Resurrection Gardens, St. Joseph Cemetery, South Bend. Memorial contributions may be made to the donor's choice. For those who are unable to attend the funeral liturgy, condolences for the family may be sent to www.sjfh.net. More About STANLEY A JOZWIAK: Associations: American Legion Post 284 Occupation: Torrington, retired Religion: St Adalberts Children of DELORES ANDRYSIAK and STANLEY JOZWIAK are:
i. ii. DAVID5 JOZWIAK, b. Aft. 1948, South Bend, Indiana. JACQUELINE JOZWIAK, b. Aft. 1948, South Bend, Indiana.

34. THEODORE4 BANACH (BOLESLAW WILLIAM3, JOSEPH2, STANISLAW1) was born December 24, 1910 in South Bend, In, and died April 29, 1967 in San Francisco Ca. He married JOAN FRANCIS Aft. 1930. She was born Aft. 1910 in South Bend, In, and died Bef. 1967 in San Francisco Ca. More About THEODORE BANACH: Burial: Woodlawn Memorial Park Ca Children of THEODORE BANACH and JOAN FRANCIS are:
i. ii. VERNETTA P5 BANACH, b. Aft. 1930. STANLEY I BANACH, b. Aft. 1930.

35. JOSEPH F4 BANACH (BOLESLAW WILLIAM3, JOSEPH2, STANISLAW1) was born May 24, 1912 in South Bend, In, and died June 09, 1994 in South Bend, In. He married ANN H TUBICSAK. She was born August 01, 1913 in South Bend, In, and died May 08, 1993 in South Bend, In. More About JOSEPH F BANACH: Burial: Highland Cemetery Military service: US Navy WW2 Occupation: United Conveyor Corp Plt Mgr More About ANN H TUBICSAK: Burial: Highland Cemetery Children of JOSEPH BANACH and ANN TUBICSAK are:
i. ii. JACQUELINE5 BANACH, b. December 31, 1940, South Bend, In; m. HUSBAND STORNETTA, September 05, 1970; b. Aft. 1935, Santa Maria Ca. PEGGY BANACH, b. October 18, 1947, South Bend, In; m. HUSBAND LYZUN, August 04, 1967, St Joseph Cty, IN; b. Aft. 1935, South Bend, In.

36. HELEN4 BANACH (B OLESLAW WILLIAM3, JOSEPH2, STANISLAW1) was born December 19, 1913 in South Bend, In, and died December 20, 2003 in South Bend , IN. She married S TANLEY JANICKI April 27, 1935 in St Joseph County, IN. He was born Abt. 1913 in South Bend, In, and died July 13, 1988 in South Bend , IN. More About HELEN BANACH: Burial: Highland Cemetery, South Bend Religion: 2003, Holy Cross Residence: 2003, N. College St

More About STANLEY JANICKI: Burial: Highland Cemetery, South Bend Children of HELEN BANACH and STANLEY JANICKI are:
i. ii. DENNIS5 JANICKI, b. Aft. 1935, South Bend , IN; d. Bef. 2003, South Bend , IN. RICHARD JANICKI, b. Aft. 1935, South Bend , IN; m. J UDITH ANN W HITEMAN , September 05, 1959, St Joseph County, Indiana; b. July 14, 1940, South Bend In; d. August 01, 2008, South Bend In. Notes for JUDITH ANN W HITEMAN : Janicki, Judy Ann July 14, 1940 - Aug. 1, 2008 GRANGER - Judy Ann Janicki, 68, passed away at 5 a.m. on August 1st in her home with her loving husband by her side after a courageous two-and-half-year battle against cancer. The youngest of four siblings, Judy was born on July 14, 1940, in South Bend, to David and Elizabeth Whiteman, both of whom preceded her in death. Also preceding her in death was her youngest beloved son, Jack. On September 5, 1959, she married the love of her life, Richard S. Janicki, who survives. Richard and Judy shared 48 years and 11 months of love and commitment to each other and their family. It was Camelot the whole trip. Along with her husband, Richard, other survivors left to cherish her memory include her children, Kymerly Lawton (Janicki) and her husband, L.J., Scott Janicki, and his wife, Debra, David Janicki and his wife, Janie, and Jill Toews (Janicki) and her husband, Rick. Also surviving are her 10 beloved and cherished grandchildren, Louis and Robert Lawton, Zachary, Lauren and Joshua Janicki, Victoria Bruce, Bo and Jasmine Janicki, Riley and Grady Toews, respectively. Also surviving are her brother, James Bay of California, along with many nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws, and a host of loving relatives and friends, and her new puppy, Baxter. Judy had achieved many personal accomplishments. Among them she oversaw the daily operation of the family's horse farm in Wakarusa, IN, for over 15 an 25 purebred, registered Arabians. An accomplished horsewoman herself, Judy won numerous awards throughout the Midwestern United States and helped other riders and enthusiasts perform to their personal best. Judy was also an avid and accomplished golfer whose passion for the game along with her skill enabled her to win the club championship at her country club in Florida. She thoroughly enjoyed both the competition and companionship of her many friends and teammates for the KCC Ladies 18-hole Golf League at the Knollwood Country Club, Granger, IN. She was a graduate of Riley High School and Indiana University of South Bend, IN, where she made the Dean's List during several semesters. He kindness, beautiful smile, forgiving nature, and easy-going personality will never be forgotten by those who love her. Judy was a kind, gentle and compassionate lady who spent her zest for life in the service of those she so passionately loved. An accomplished cook, Judy knew how to feed not only the body but the spirit and soul as well. She was a master seamstress who loved to sew, knit and crochet. She also loved to draw and paint, was an avid reader, and thoroughly enjoyed a good glass of red wine at the end of the day! How do I love Thee? Let me count the ways/.... Judy Ann was Dick's wife, lover, girlfriend, best friend, golf buddy, mentor, baker, cook, golf, swing instructor, part-time secretary, and the mother of their five beautiful children. She was a true lady. She was his port in a storm, his sunshine every day, his riding instructor, dancing partner, and gentle critic. She was the absolute joy of his life throughout their lives together. And their life together was, as all of their family knew and most friends recognized, a unique, true love story. Prior to her passing, Judy asked that in, lieu of flowers, contributions be made to Center for Hospice and Palliative Care of St. Joseph County, 111 Sunnybrook Court, South Bend, IN 46637; to The Regional Autism Center at Logan Community Resources of South Bend, 2505 E. Jefferson Blvd., South Bend, in honor of her grandson, Bobby; or to the YWCA Women's Shelter of St. Joseph County, 1102 Fellows St., South Bend, IN 46601. Family and friends may leave e-mail condolences at welshfh@yahoo.com. The family thanks and is especially grateful to Dr. Rafat Ansari, Toni and all of the hospice nurses and aides, especially Paula, Kelly and Amber for their loving and compassionate care of Judy during her courageous battle with cancer. Judy's family invites you to join them in celebration of her life at Welsheimer Family Funeral Home North, 17033 Cleveland Road, South Bend, today, Sunday, Aug. 3rd, from 2 to 6 p.m. A Catholic Mass in memorial of Judy will be celebrated on Monday, August 4, at 9:30 a.m. in the University of Notre Dame Basilica of the Sacred Heart. A procession will leave Welsheimer's Funeral Home at 9 a.m. Judy will be laid to rest at Southlawn Cemetery in South Bend next to her son, Jack. Rest now our beloved wife, mother and grandmother. Our collective hearts ache with loss, and as we pray for your eternal peace, we take comfort in the knowledge of those who have welcomed you back home. May God Bless you and Keep you, our love, until we meet again. Published in the South Bend Tribune on 8/3/2008 More About JUDITH ANN WHITEMAN : Burial: Southlawn Cemetery, South Bend, IN iii. BERNARD JANICKI, b. Aft. 1935, South Bend , IN.

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JERALD JANICKI, b. Aft. 1935, South Bend , IN. JEANINE JANICKI, b. Aft. 1935, South Bend , IN.

37. ROBERT B4 BANACH (BOLESLAW WILLIAM3, JOSEPH2, STANISLAW1) was born May 19, 1923 in South Bend, In, and died December 23, 1993 in Fort Wayne, In. More About ROBERT B BANACH: Burial: Veterens Cemetery Occupation: South Bend, In Fire Dept Children of ROBERT B BANACH are:
i. ii. iii. iv. ROBERTA5 BANACH, b. Aft. 1944, South Bend, In; m. HUSBAND LIPPENS; b. Aft. 1944, South Bend, In. KAREN BANACH, b. Aft. 1944, South Bend, In; m. HUSBAND HOLLETT; b. Aft. 1944, South Bend, In. MELISSA BANACH, b. Aft. 1944, South Bend, In; m. HUSBAND MOSHER; b. Aft. 1944, Pierceton, In. CHRISTOPHER BANACH, b. Aft. 1944.

38. JOHN FRANK4 BANACH (BOLESLAW WILLIAM3, JOSEPH2, STANISLAW1) was born May 19, 1923 in South Bend, In, and died June 25, 1965 in South Bend, In. He married HENRIETTA LIWOSZ. She was born Abt. 1923 in South Bend, In. More About JOHN F RANK BANACH: Burial: Highland Cemetery Children of JOHN BANACH and HENRIETTA LIWOSZ are:
i. ii. PATRICIA5 BANACH, b. Aft. 1944. JANE BANACH, b. Aft. 1944.

39. BERNICE4 S ZYMCZAK (FRANCIS3 B ANACH, JOSEPH2, STANISLAW1 ) was born November 16, 1901 in North Liberty, Indiana, and died Bef. 2004 in South Bend, IN. She married EDWARD ZAPALSKI. He was born Aft. 1899 in North Liberty, Indiana, and died Bef. 2004 in South Bend, IN. Children of BERNICE S ZYMCZAK and EDWARD ZAPALSKI are:
i. JOHN J5 ZAPALSKI, b. October 06, 1929, North Liberty, Indiana; d. July 12, 2004, South Bend, IN; m. C AROL A MAMULA, 1955, St Joseph County, IN; b. Abt. 1929, South Bend, IN. More About JOHN J ZAPALSKI: Associations: American Legion 357 Burial: Southlawn, South Bend IN Military service: US Army Korea Occupation: Laborer Religion: St Matthew Residence: 2004, East Chippewa ii. iii. iv. v. CASIMIR ZAPALSKI, b. Aft. 1929, North Liberty, Indiana; m. J ULIANNE PAKSI, 1956, St Joseph County, IN; b. Aft. 1929, South Bend, IN. LUCILLE ZAPALSKI, b. Aft. 1929, North Liberty, Indiana; m. C HESTER G ROHOWSKI, 1949, St Joseph County, IN; b. Aft. 1929, South Bend, IN. RITA ZAPALSKI, b. Aft. 1929, North Liberty, Indiana; m. STEPHEN J S IPOTZ, 1955, St Joseph County, IN; b. Aft. 1929, South Bend, IN. WILLIAM ZAPALSKI, b. Aft. 1929, North Liberty, Indiana; m. E STHER STOUP, 1957, St Joseph County, IN; b. Aft. 1929.

40. STANLEY STEVE4 S ZYMCZAK (FRANCIS3 B ANACH, JOSEPH 2, STANISLAW1) was born January 19, 1906 in South Bend In, and died December 03, 1979 in South Bend In. He married WANDA NOWICKI June 26, 1928 in St Stanislaus B & M. She was born Abt. 1906 in South Bend In, and died June 16, 1978 in South Bend In.

Child of STANLEY S ZYMCZAK and WANDA NOWICKI is:
i. WILLIAM L5 S ZYMCZAK, b. January 12, 1932, South Bend In; d. December 14, 2007, South Bend In; m. PATRICIA A. BANICKI, September 05, 1959, St Joesph Cty, Indiana; b. Abt. 1932, South Bend In; d. June 30, 2000, South Bend In. Notes for WILLIAM L S ZYMCZAK: Szymczak, William L. Jan. 12, 1932 - Nov. 14, 2007 SOUTH BEND - William L. Szymczak, 75, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 14, in his residence. William was born on January 12, 1932, in South Bend, to the late Stanley and Wanda (Nowicki) Szymczak. On September 5, 1959, William married Patricia A. Banicki, who passed away on June 30, 2000. Also preceding him in death was a brother, Eugene. Surviving William are a daughter, Diana M. (Richard) Rectenwal of South Bend; grandchildren, Richie, Tina, Alex and Jonnie Rectenwal, all of South Bend, and Sara Parmerlee of Mishawaka; and a sister, Delphine (Thomas) Malinowski of Dearborn Heights, MI. William served in the Korean War as a marine and was a member of the Marine Corps League and VFW 9820. He worked as a machinist for Torrington before retiring after 30 years of service, and was a driver for the City of South Bend Street Department. When his health was better he enjoyed attending his grandchildren's games and plays. He also enjoyed visiting rummage sales and thrift shops, looking for that perfect owl. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. today, Nov. 16, in ST. JOSEPH FUNERAL HOME, 824 S. Mayflower Road, South Bend, where a Rosary will be prayed at 4:30 p.m. Mass of Christina Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17, in Holy Family Catholic Church. Burial will follow at St. Joseph Cemetery, South Bend. Memorial contributions may be made to Holy Family Catholic Church, 56405 Mayflower Road, South Bend, IN 46619. For those who are unable to attend the funeral liturgy, condolences for the family may be made at www.sjfh.net. Published in the South Bend Tribune on 11/16/2007. More About WILLIAM L S ZYMCZAK: Burial: St Joseph Cemetery More About PATRICIA A. BANICKI: Burial: St Joseph Cemetery

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88. Piech. 89. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 90. Piech. 91. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 92. Piech. 93. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 94. Piech. 95. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 96. Piech. 97. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 98. Piech. 99. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 100. Piech. 101. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 102. Piech. 103. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 104. Piech. 105. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 106. Piech. 107. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 108. Piech. 109. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 110. Piech. 111. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 112. Piech. 113. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 114. Piech. 115. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 116. Piech. 117. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 118. Piech. 119. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 120. Piech. 121. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 122. Piech. 123. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 124. Piech. 125. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 126. Piech. 127. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 128. Piech. 129. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 130. Piech. 131. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 132. Piech. 133. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 134. Piech. 135. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 136. Piech. 137. Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 7, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Nov 7, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.112.7.63316.106 138. Piech. 139. Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 7, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Nov 7, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.112.7.63316.106 140. Piech. 141. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 142. Piech. 143. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 144. Piech. 145. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000. 146. Piech. 147. Piech, Date of Import: Oct 10, 2000.

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