Winona Republican Herald; 1 March 1954

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Winona Republican Herald; 1 March 1954 - Joseph Monahan Funeral services will be held...
Joseph Monahan Funeral services will be held Wednesday for Joseph Monahan, 52, 967 E. King St., who .was dead in his home Sunday evening. Coroner R. B. Tweedy found Monahan died, apparently Wednesday, Wednesday, of natural causes. Born April 26, 1901, Monahan was a lifelong resident of Winona. He is survived by three daughters, daughters, Mrs. Nyle (Collette) Blaschka, Blaschka, Beloit, Wis.; Genevieve, Kansas Kansas City, Kan., and Mrs. Bernard (Rose) Hennessy, Lewiston; three sons, Joseph Jr., serving in the Army in Greece; James, stationed with the Army in Germany, and Cornelius, Kansas City, Kan.; four sisters, Miss Elenor Monahan and Mrs. Earl (Gertrude) Seebold, Winona; Mrs. Leo (Florence) Jilk, Minnesota City; Mrs. A u g (Ann) Jilk, Stockton; two brothers, John, Altura, and Abraham, Good- view, and six grandchildren. Funeral services ha?e been set ;entatively for Wednesday at 8:15 a.m. at the Borzyskowski Mortu-1 ary and at 9 a.m. at the Ss. and Paul Church at Hart. The Rev. N. F. Grulkowski will offi-1 ciate and burial will be in St. I Mary's Cemetery here. j Friends may call Tuesday from to 9 p.m. at the mortuary Usgr. Grulkowski will say a Ros- ry at 8:30 p.m. ·

Clipped from The Winona Republican-Herald01 Mar 1954, MonPage 9

The Winona Republican-Herald (Winona, Minnesota)01 Mar 1954, MonPage 9
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