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 - 1HONWOOD, MICHIGAN. an the toys a and A....
1HONWOOD, MICHIGAN. an the toys a and A. Kazaritv 11, Retired Tailor, Dies Here {oday Alex Kazarin, 77, of 315 E. St., retired tailor, died this morn ing at his home, following a long illness. / He was born March 1, 1881 Poland. As a young man he wa a member of the Polish Army when told he must serve in th Russian Army he skipped from Poland and came to the Unite* States in 1905 to join a brothe who was living at Gile. Mr. K a z a r i n began' when he was 12 years old and carried on this trade to Hurley and later to Ironwood at his Tailo Shop on East Ayer Street, unti 1952 when he retired because o ill health. He was married to . Rosali Shontell Sept. 2, 1946 fa- Ironwood He was a member of the Firs Presbyterian Church and the Iron wood Masonic Lodge, and of th Ironwood Municipal Band for years, retiring hi 1954. Surviving are his wife ,and seven foster children, Mrs.,. Claude Nel son -of New Bedford, HI.. Elme Bobbins of Bruce, Wis., Mrs Frank Pairolero of Ramsay, Mrs John Leinonen of Cary, Walte Robbins of Butte, Mont., Mrs James Bertolino of Stevens Point, and Roy Allen of Milwaukee. Funeral services will be heli Friday at 2 p.m. at the Firs Presbyterian Church with the Fred Schilling officiating. Inter ment will be at Riverside Ceme tery. The McKevitt-Kershner Funera will be open to friends be ginning at 7 Thursday night the remains will be taken to the church Friday at 11 to lie in until the hour of service.

Clipped from Ironwood Daily Globe25 Nov 1958, TuePage 10

Ironwood Daily Globe (Ironwood, Michigan)25 Nov 1958, TuePage 10
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