Frank Bistyga obituary 10/27/59
Frank J. Bistyjsa Frank J Bistyga. 44. 101 E. Big Run St., died suddenly at 11:45 p m. Monday of a heart attack which he suffered at home He was dead on arrival at the New Castle Hospital where he was rushed by ambulance. Born in New Castle, Sept. 3, 1915, he was the son of the late Jacob and Aniela Biel Bistyga and he snent his lifetime in New Castle He was married in 19.*>1 to the former Bernice Dudoic who survives him, A member of SS Philip and James Church, he also belonged fo the Slovak Club, Tow Jagiellv Club, Casimir Pulaski Club and the Oakland Sportsman’s Club He was employed as a moulder by the New Castle Refractories. The late Mr. Bistyga was a veteran veteran of World War II, serving as a Pfc. with the U.S. Army from February 1942 to October 1945 He saw- action on Guadalcanal, the northern Solomon Islands, tl C Island of Luzon, P. I., with Company Company F of the 35th Infantry. He was the holder of three Bronze Stars for his service. Surviving is his wife: Mrs. Bernice Bernice Bistyga and one daughter Judy Ann Bistyga at home; four sisters: Mrs. Eleanor Carroll, E Liverpool, O.: Mrs. Joakim (Mary): Kuczor; and Mrs. Walter MuliaV Jendrysik, both in New Castle: Mrs.. Michael (Josephine^ Klamar. Mt. Jackson; two half-brothers: Walter and Edward Bistyga; a half-sister, Mrs. Stella Bruno, all three of New Castle, and his stepmother, stepmother, Mrs. Agnes Szuber, in New Castle. Services will be conducted Thursday at a requiem high mass: to be held at 9:30 a.m. in SS Philin and James Church. Rev. V V. Staneelew'ski will be the celebrant. Short blessing services services will be held at 9 a.m Thursday Thursday prior to the mass in the Noga Funeral Home, S. Mill at Reynolds Reynolds Sts. Friends will be received at the :funeral home today 7-9 p.m. and ion Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p m.