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S. Mihalik Obit 4-5-1960
Mr. Frank V. Lofberg, the Jo- Jowas | in of Stefan Miludili. BRIDGMAN. -- Stefan Mihalik, Mihalik, 67. of North Church street, BridRinan, died at 6:35 p. m. Monday in the Willow Fair home, Baroda, where he had been for about two years. Mr. Mihalik was born on 2, 1892. in Czechoslovakia, and came to Chicago in 1909, and Bridgman in 1925. His wife died in October of 19-19. He is survived by three sons. Stefan. Jr., of Miami, Albert, of Stevensville, and William of St. Joseph; two daughters. daughters. Mrs. William (Olga) Lepsi, of Cicero. 111. and Mrs. Walter ( A n n a ) Benko, of Bridgman. Also a step son, Walter Duchay, Duchay, of Chicago; two sisters. Mrs. Rosa Blatterman, of Tenafly, Tenafly, N. J. and Mrs. Teresa cyzk, of North Bergen, N. J.; and 13 grandchildren. He was a member of the National Slovak Society of America, America, and the Olivet Congregational Congregational church, here, where funeral funeral services will be held at 2 p. in. Thursday, with the Rev. Frederick Williams, pastor, of- ficating. Burial will follow in Greenwood Greenwood cemetery, Bridgman. The family has requested that those who wish may make contributions to the Olivet church, in memory of Mr. Mihalik. The body is at the Boyd fu- , neral home, Bridgman, where j friends may call until 10 a. Thursday, when the body will taken to the church.