Mike's bro Nick obit
(MICKEY> HRft. BIK. 52, husband of Anna Sender Hrebik, of 252 Crowley Ave., Buff a ID, N. ¥., passed away in Buffalo on Saturday, October 30, 1965, Born In Tragger, Pa., he was a son of John and Mary Mindek Hrebik. In addition to his widow, mentioned above, he is survived by two daughters: Magdaline and ar hara, both at home; four .brothers: John, of Nesquehon- , p ft Steve, of New Derry; Michael, of Clymer; Joseph, of Buffalo, N.Y.; two sisters: Mrs. John Sasala, and Mrs. James Malinowski, both of BuffaO. ^ sister. Mrs. Mary Cybak, 'preceded hirri in death. Friends may pay their fespect cve " in * , fron ? 1 to , 9f °' clo <* J on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P- m - at Robinson - L y tle 's, i Indiana, where Parastas serv- ices will be conducted at 7 p.m. on both Monday and Tuesday evenings, Following brief services at the funeral home on Wednesday at 9 a "hi., a Requiem High Mass will be celebrated in St. Mary's 'GreeK Catholic Church in Horn- City at 9.30 a.m. The Rev. (rr John j Baycura will be the r_^ u A /,„_,,, ,„,„ K- celebrant and interment will made in St. Bernard's Cemetery at Indiana.