Clipped From Ironwood Daily Globe
Obituaries Antoni Kasieta Antoni Kasieta. 72, of 235 W. Norrie St., died Thursday at the Divine Infant Hospital where he bad been a patient for one month. Mr. Kasieta was bom in Pol- gne, Poland, Jan. 13, 1894, and came to the United States and to Ironwood in 1914, He worked in the local mines for a time and later engaged in the logging business until he retired hi the spring pf 1959. He was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Catholic Church. He was married to the former Stella Kasieta on July 28, 1928, at St. Michael's Catholic Church. He was preceded in death by his wife and one son, Anton. SEurviving are four sons and three daughters, Joseph, Frank and John of Ironwood, Stanley of Fairbanks, Alaska, Mrs. Clarence Clarence Singleton and Mrs. Burla Wilson of Ironwood, and Mrs. Conrad Fredrickson of Kenosha; 26 grandchildren and 18 great- grandchildren. Chappell - Zielinski Funeral Home is in charge of the funer al arrangements which are incomplete incomplete at this time.