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Obituaries > KACZENSKY, EDWARD S.

FISHERS, Ind. — Edward S. Kaszans, formerly of Denville, died on Friday, Jan. 19, 2007 at River Walk Nursing Home in Noblesville, Ind. He was 84. Mr. Kaszans was born in Danville, Conn. and resided in Jersey City, as well as Denville, until moving to Fishers,...

Obituaries > KALIX, JOHN F.

KITTERY POINT — John F. Kalix, 53, of Gerrish Island Lane, a retired Portsmouth Shipyard employee and World War II veteran, died unexpectedly yesterday [June 3, 1973]. He was born in Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 16, 1919, the son of Paul and Sophia (Spline) Kalix. He had...

Obituaries > KAMINSKY, ALBERT G.

Albert Kaminsky, age 96, of Lowell, formerly of Whiting, passed away on Monday, November 8, 2010. He is survived by one son, Alan (Sherri) Kaminsky of New Carlisle, IN; two daughters: Alane (Bob) Walk of Lowell and Annette (Gerry Sr.) Stevens of San Diego, CA; eight...

Obituaries > KANDALL, CLIFFORD M.

Services were held December 8 for Clifford Kandall, 520 Parkside Circle, Streamwood, in St. Matthews Lutheran Church, Chicago, with interment in Randhill Cemetery. He died December 5 [1959] at the age of 37 and leaves his wife, Betty Jean and three...

Obituaries > KANE, CHESTER J.

Chester J. Kane, 82, of Toms River, died Thursday, May 20 [2004], at his home. He was an aircraft assembler for Grumman Aircraft Corp., Bethpage, N.Y., for 25 years, retiring in 1977. He then worked for Admiral Farragut Academy, Pine Beach, as a carpenter. He was a...

Obituaries > KAPLAN, ERVIN

Dr. Ervin Kaplan was chief of nuclear medicine at Hines VA Hospital for nearly four decades and invented a body imaging device to assist in diagnosing tumors, fractures and other medical conditions. Dr. Kaplan, 93, who fought in the South Pacific in World War II, died...

Obituaries > KARLIK, JOHN

John Karlik, age 59, of 143 Maple Manor Dr., November 18, 1974. Survived by his wife, Mrs. Catherine Held Karlik; three daughters, Mrs. Sharon MacGallister, Miss Trina and Miss Lisa Karlik; four sons, Robert, Donald, Michael and John Karlik; two sisters, Mrs. Ann...

Obituaries > KARR, GEORGE J.

BARBERTON—Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Paul L. Mills Funeral Home for Cpl. George Johnston Karr, 21, who was killed in action on Okinawa April [2], 1945. Before enlisting, Cpl. Karr lived at 536 Yale St., Barberton. The family home now is at 74...

Obituaries > KASPARY, ROBERT J.

On Friday, Nov. 24, 1972, Robert (Jake) Kaspary of 813 Miller Ave., Clairton. Husband of Lydia Morris Kaspary; father of Michelle Alice and Robert Joseph Kaspary; son of William C. and Magdalen Rausch Kaspary; brother of Mrs. Alda Allen and William Charles Kaspary Jr....

Obituaries > KATOS, PETER M.

Services for Peter M. Katos, 47, of 5300 South Shore Dr., owner and operator of the Eagle Restaurant, 5311 S. Blackstone Ave., will be held at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow in St. Constantine Orthodox Church, 7351 S. Stony Island Ave. Mr. Katos died Monday [August 9, 1971] in...

Obituaries > KAUFFMAN, RALPH L.

Ralph Lewis Kauffman, 31, drowned in the Smith River Saturday afternoon [June 19, 1954] while fishing. He resided at 1316 Gross Street, Indianola. He had completed two years at Humboldt State College where he was studying business administration. He was a member of...

Obituaries > KAUFMAN, ROBERT L.

The Navy today announced the names of 63 additional casualties in the Navy, Coast Guard and Marine Corps, including 12 dead, six wounded and 45 missing. The new list included: Robert L. Kaufman, Pvt., Marines, dead [July 10, 1943]. Mother, Mrs. Ella M. Kaufman, 2824...

Obituaries > KEATING, JOSEPH P.

Joseph P. Keating, 90, of Port Richey, passed away March 13, 2012. He was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and was a retired police officer for Nassau County, NY. He is survived by his wife, Irene; sons, Kevin, John; daughters, Kathy, Georgeanne; 5 grandchildren and 7...

Obituaries > KEAVNEY, JAMES G.

On September 5, 1972, James G. Keavney, beloved son of the late Thomas B. and Katherine Casey Keavney; beloved father of Bernadette Koch, Gerard, Ann, Mary Edith and Michael Keavney; beloved brother of Frank, John, Thomas, Joseph A., John C. and Raymond F. Keavney and...

Obituaries > KEBLISH, WILLIAM A.

Corp. William A. Keblish of the Marine Corps, listed in the Navy Department’s casualty list as killed in action [September 14, 1942], was a native of Whitestone and lived there all his life until he enlisted in 1940. He was a graduate of Newtown High School. His two...

Obituaries > KEIHL, DARREL J.

Darrell J. Keihl, 86, of Karns City, died Friday, April 22, 2005, at Armstrong County Memorial Hospital in Kittanning. Born Jan. 21, 1919, in Pansy, he was the son of Farrel J. and Margaret F. Baughman Keihl. Mr. Keihl was a veteran of World War II, serving as a...

Obituaries > KEISNER, DELMER

Services will be held Monday for Delmer M. Keisner, who died Feb. 3, 1993, in Fortuna at age 66. He was a resident of Fortuna. A life-long resident of Humboldt County, Delmer was born and raised in Rohnerville. He had lived most of his life in the Rohnerville area....

Obituaries > KELCHNER, EVAN R.

Memorial services for Corporal Evan Robert Kelchner were held in the Ayrshire Methodist Church at 3 o’clock last Sunday afternoon, June 3. Corporal Kelchner, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Kelchner of Ruthven, was killed in action on Okinawa Island on April 15th [1945],...

Obituaries > KELLERMAN, HUGH W., JR.

Casualties announced yesterday by the War and Navy Departments included 13 dead and 6 wounded from Southern California. The men and their next of kin are: Dead [November 9, 1943]: Pfc. Hugh W. Kellerman Jr., Tehachapi; father, Hugh W. Kellerman Sr., Long...

Obituaries > KELLEY, FRANKLIN T.

A letter from Lt. Col. James Roosevelt, who had commanded the battalion of Marine Raiders to which Pvt. Franklin T. Kelley belonged, gave Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Kelley of 316 N. Evaline St. their first details of their son’s death. The 22-year-old Marine was killed on...

Obituaries > KELLEY, JOHN E.

DAUPHIN – John E. Kelley, age 82, of Dauphin, died Saturday, August 20, 2005 at Holy Spirit Hospital, Camp Hill. He was a retired employee of United Water Company, Harrisburg. He was a Marine Corps veteran of World War II, and a Marine Raider, serving in the South...

Obituaries > KELLOGG, BRUCE L.

DeRidder, Nov. 25 (Special) – The body of Bruce Lamar Kellogg, corporal, USMC, arrived from Patuxent River, Maryland, Friday. Cpl. Kellog, 24, died Nov. 21 [1954] in a motorcycle accident. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. with the Rev. S. R. Brooks...

Obituaries > KELLY, FRANCIS E.

PHILADELPHIA, Sept, 15—(AP)—Francis E. Kelly tried for nine months to squeeze his five-foot-two frame into the Marine Corps, but repeatedly the recruiters rejected him for lack of height. Finally he obtained a special waiver and enlisted. Today the Navy Department...

Obituaries > KELLY, RAYMOND J.

Washington—(AP)—Eleven New Jersey servicemen were listed by the Navy today among 312 naval forces casualties. They were: Raymond J. Kelly, private first class, Marine Corps Reserve. Dead [July 22, 1944]. Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Kelly, E54 Newark Ave., Jersey...

Obituaries > KELLY, RICHARD L.

BUFFALO – Richard Lee Kelly, 65, of Route 1, Mud Bridge Road, died of natural causes June 9, 1987 He retired from the U.S. Army and was a veteran of World War II and the Korean Conflict. He was a former ROTC instructor at Sims High School and Union High School....

Obituaries > KELLY, ROBERT J.

MELBOURNE ” Robert J. Kelly, 88, passed away Sunday, October 5, 2008 in Viera, Florida. He retired from the New York Transit Authority in 1970 after 25 years of service. Robert and his wife, Mary, then moved to Melbourne Florida. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps...

Obituaries > KELSO, JAMES P.

Sheridan, Wyo., Jan. 21—Word has been received of the death in action [December 26, 1943] in the South Pacific area of James P. Kelso, 18, son of Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs. E. Bryan Kelso of Big Horn. He was a private in the Marine Corps, enlisting in December 1942....

Obituaries > KEMMITT, ROGER T.

Kemmitt, Roger T. 86, of Acton, a native of South Boston, Jan. 20, 2011. Beloved husband of Martha M. (Sheehan) Kemmitt. Loving brother of the late Mary Knapp, Helen Farley, Kathleen Mahoney, Margaret Hiscock, and Jean, Eileen, John, James and Francis Kemmitt. Also...

Obituaries > KEMP, FRANK A., JR.

Frank Alexander Kemp died peacefully on April 8, 2013, at age 91 after a long illness. He was known for his quiet strength, integrity and generosity of spirit. He was a great Marine, a true man of the West, a loving husband, father and grandfather, and he will be...

Obituaries > KEMP, FRED E.

Fred E. “Fritz” Kemp, born on May 1, 1912, passed away of natural causes on June 25, 2004 in his Studio City residence. Fritz was a WWII Marine Corps Veteran serving in the attached Carlson’s Raiders unit. Funeral service has been scheduled for Thursday,...

Obituaries > KENDALL, RAY L.

Ray L. Kendall, 72, of Yondota St., died Friday [March 19, 1993] in Flower Hospital. Mr. Kendall was a Marine Corps Veteran of WWII and was employed at the Jeep Corporation for over 20 years, retiring in 1983. Surviving are his wife, Irene L.; son, Richard of Toledo;...

Obituaries > KENNEDY, JOSEPH H.

Joseph H. Kennedy of Orient died Dec. 5 [1987] at Eastern Long Island Hospital from complications from diabetes. He was 65. Mr. Kennedy was born in New York City on Jan. 8, 1922. He served with Edson’s Raiders in the U.S. Marines during World War II, seeing action in...

Obituaries > KENNEDY, ROBERT C.

Robert Cushing Kennedy, a wounded World War II veteran, passed away peacefully in his Murray home early in the morning of Oct. 24 [2008]. He was 88. Kennedy was a member of the U.S. Marine Corps’ elite Edson Raiders Battalion in the South Pacific. Robert was...

Obituaries > KENNEDY, ROBERT D.

Robert D. Kennedy, 84, of Leominster, and Ormond Beach, Fla., died Saturday night, July 13 [2002], in Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, of complications following heart surgery. He was born July 16, 1917 in Chicopee Falls, the son of Daniel F. and Josephine...

Obituaries > KENNEDY, WALTER F.

A Mass of Christian Burial was offered Saturday, March 23, at Corpus Christi Church in Chatham Township, for Walter F. Kennedy of Riverside, Conn., father of a Chatham resident, who died Wednesday, March 20, 2002, at the Francis E. Parker Memorial Home in Piscataway....

Obituaries > KENNEY, JAMES R.

Jim Kenney, age 87, a resident of the Colorado Springs area since 1950, passed away on Friday, October 3, 2008 at a local care center. He was a retired accountant for an automobile dealership. James Robert Kenney was born on August 24, 1921 to the late Robert and Mimi...

Obituaries > KENNEY, THOMAS J.

TALLMADGE – Thomas John Kenney, 75, passed away Feb. 19, 1998. He was born in Canton, and was a resident of Tallmadge for over 30 years. He was a superintendent at the Ruhlin Co. for 10 years, retiring in 1984, served with the U.S. Marines during World War II, and was...

Obituaries > KENNY, MAHLON D.

GREENSBORO – Mahlon Day Kenny, 92, passed away Friday, November 29, 2013. A memorial service will be held at 3:30 PM Tuesday, December 3, 2013, at St. Francis Episcopal Church. The family will receive friends following the service. Mahlon was born August 17,...

Obituaries > KENT, RODMAN J.

Rodman J. Kent, 63, of Hudson, died Wednesday [May 20, 1987] at St. Thomas Medical Center. He was preceded in death by his sister, Alberta M. Blowers; and is survived by niece, Charlyn Nichols; nephews, Kent Blowers, Rodman Blowers, and Harry Wallace; and he was the...

Obituaries > KERNS, JOHN I.

Pvt. John I. Kerns, son of F. W. Kerns and the late Mrs. F. W. Kerns , has been reported missing in action [August 16, 1942] with the U.S. Marine Corps. Pvt. Kerns was born in Port Arthur and attended the local schools. His father taught music in the Port Arthur...

Obituaries > KERPER, GRIFFIN H.

On Dec. 23, 1972, of Huntington Valley, Pa., Griffin H. Kerper, husband of Mary (nee Kelly); father to Paul H., Mrs. Nancy Shilling, Christine M., Carol A., Karen A., & Kenneth R. Kerper. Relatives & friends are invited to service Thurs. 10 a.m., Craft...

Obituaries > KESKITALO, WALTER W.

Walter W. Keskitalo, age 83, of Plymouth, passed away on December 16, 2004. He will be deeply missed by his wife of 61 years, Marcella; their children, Robert (Candy), Duane (Vicki), and Kay Belille (Kevin); grandchildren, Megan, Michael, Katrina and Danielle;...

Obituaries > KEY, EUGENE M.

The body of Lt. Eugene M. Key, former Amarillo High School student who was killed [August 7, 1942] in the invasion of Tulagi during World War II, was returned to this country recently and will be interred at Bryan. Lt. Key was a son of Dr. Ira F. Key, former pastor of...

Obituaries > KEY, ROY D., JR.

Roy Daniel Key Jr., 81, of Columbia passed away Sunday, July 8, 2007, at his home. A funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Friday, July 1, at St. Louis Catholic Church in Memphis, Tenn. Visitation is from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Memphis Funeral Home. Mr. Key was born Jan....

Obituaries > KEYS, DOC G.

Doc Goodall Keys, decorated war hero and a well-known local woodworker, died Monday night [February 2, 2004] at Community North Hospital. The 78-year-old Indianapolis resident started Doc G. Keys & Son Construction in 1952. During World War II, Keys served as a...

Obituaries > KIENAST, JOSEPH P.

MASON CITY – Joseph P. Kienast III, 82, of Alhambra, Calif., and formerly of Mason City, died Tuesday [September 24, 2002] at the Lutheran Health Facility in Alhambra. A funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Family Catholic Church, 714 N. Adams,...

Obituaries > KILCOYNE, ROBERT J.

Robert was born on November 3, 1922, in Cleveland, OH, and passed away on Friday, May 21, 2004, in Fresno, CA, at the age of 81. In 1959, while bowling with Lou Gentile at Cedar Lanes, Louie introduced him to Betty Jane Bennett. Bob and Betty were married at Our Lady...

Obituaries > KILGORE, CHARLES L.

Charles Lee Kilgore, 82, died May 12, 2003, born August 1, 1920 in Stillwell, OK, the son of Virgil Victor and Lena Lee (Hopper) Kilgore. Served in the United States Marines during World War II. Retired after 27 years from the Oklahoma Highway Department as an...

Obituaries > KILGORE, CHARLES L., JR.

Charles L. Kilgore Jr., 61, 4723 Round Lake Road, a Downtown Merchants Association official, died Friday [July 2, 1982] in Methodist Hospital. He was a member and officer of the Downtown Merchants Association since 1975. He served on the board of directors for Morris...

Obituaries > KILGORE, JAMES R.

James Richard Kilgore, 72, of Medford, died Sunday, Sept. 5, 1993 at his home. No service is planned. He was born Aug. 17, 1921, in [Rock Island], Ill. A builder of residential homes, Mr. Kilgore also was a building inspector for the city and county of Las Vegas for...

Obituaries > KILLGORE, WILLIAM G.

Navy war casualties as released by the Office of War Information included the following from this area: Navy Dead [May 22, 1945]: Pfc. William Garland Killgore, USMCR; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Casey Killgore, Route 1, Arp.

Obituaries > KINANE, JOSEPH D., JR.

GUILDERLAND – Joseph D. Kinane Jr., 76, of Guilderland, died Sunday, April 21, 2002 in the Inn of Community Hospice after a brief illness. He was born in Brooklyn and was a graduate of Kingston High School. Mr. Kinane was a World War II veteran having served with the...

Obituaries > KINERSLY, JAMES C.

A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 24, 2000, in St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church in Beaverton for James Clifford Kinersly, who died Aug. 2 [2000] at age 78. Mr. Kinersly was born April 3, 1922, in The Dalles. During World War II, he served in the...

Obituaries > KING, CARL D.

Carl Dean King, Sr. 98, of Benton, died Thursday, November 12, 2015 at Conway Health and Rehab. He was born October 12, 1917. Carl was retired from The Benton Fire Department and a Marine Corps veteran serving during WWII. He was preceded in death by his wife, Wanda...

Obituaries > KING, GEORGE H.

SEGUIN, Oct. 31—The body of Cpl. George Henry King, USMC, 21, killed in action at Okinawa, May 21, 1945, has been returned to Seguin for reburial services which were held Monday. Full military honors were accorded. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George...

Obituaries > KING, JOHN H., JR.

SAN JOSE, Dec. 23—(AP)—John H. King Jr., Marine private first class, stationed at Moffett Field, was killed and his companion, Cpl. Lawrence C. Byerly was severely injured today [December 23, 1944] in a collision of their car and a truck on Bayshore Highway. Byerly...

Obituaries > KING, MERION L.

Merion L. King of Commerce City, a retired manager, died Dec. 20 [1999]. He was 76. Graveside services were Thursday at Highland Cemetery. He was born March 26, 1923, in Pickrell, Neb. He served in the Marines during World War II. On Feb. 20, 1946, he married Helen M....

Obituaries > KING, RALPH K.

FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP)—Patrolman Ralph King, 39, of Taunton, drowned yesterday [May 4, 1964] when a rowboat capsized on the choppy waters of South Watuppa Pond. John Hickey, 28, of Taunton, was rescued after the boat overturned and tossed him and King into the...

Obituaries > KING, ROY W.

GROVETOWN, Ga. – Entered into rest August 26, 2005 at the residence, Mr. Roy W. King, 81, husband of Mrs. Helen Moore King. Mr. King was born in Hoakie, Ark. He was a member of Berea Baptist Church. Mr. King served with honor in the U.S. Marines during WW II and...

Obituaries > KING, STANLEY H.

Stanley H. King, age 86 of 12334 Williamsport Pike, Greencastle, Pa. died at 10:40 P.M. Monday, December 27, 2010 in the Chambersburg Hospital. Born September 23, 1924 in Washington D.C., he was the son of the late William King and Ethel (Woodbury) King Gunnell. He...

Obituaries > KING, THOMAS A.

Thomas A. King of 410 Solomon Towers died Tuesday [May 20, 1980] in the Veterans Administration Hospital, Fayetteville, after a recent illness. He was born in Wilmington on Oct. 30, 1905, the son of the late Herbert H. and Attie Rowan King. Mr. King served with the...

Obituaries > KINNAMAN, NORVELL L.

Norvell L. Kinnaman, 44, auto salesman, died at 2:30 p.m. Sunday [February 17, 1963] at his home, 1917 Connor Avenue, Joplin. He had been ill four years. Born at Picher in 1918, an a graduate of Grove High School, Kinnaman had resided in Joplin 15 years. He was a...

Obituaries > KINNEY, HOWARD M.

Howard M. Kinney, 63, passed away June 7, 1982. Survived by father, Harry M. Kinney of Tucson; son and daughter-in-law, John H. and Jacque Kinney of Lakeside, Az.; brothers, Robert and Richard Kinney, both of Tucson; two grandchildren. Memorial service 4 p.m.,...

Obituaries > KINNEY, ROYAL W.

Royal W. Kinney, 52, of 32 N. 22nd St., died Sunday [June 16, 1974] in Leila Hospital after a long illness. He came to Battle Creek from Kalamazoo in 1965. Born in Decatur, Kinney had worked for White House Ice Cream Co. and Thomas Solvent Co. as a truck driver. He...

Obituaries > KINSER, DAVID E.

David E. Kinser [November 28, 1976], age 57, of Glen Ellyn, beloved husband of Janet; fond father of James (Darlene), Joseph, Judy, Jack, Jill (Mike) Golovin, Jay and Jan; dear son of Ella Kinser; grandfather of three; also survived by five sisters and four brothers....

Obituaries > KIRKLAND, GEORGE W., JR.

George W. Kirkland Jr., 79, of Tallahassee died Monday [December 31, 2001]. The service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Abbey Funeral Home, with burial at Tallahassee Memory Gardens. Family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Memorial...

Obituaries > KIRKPATRICK, JOHN H.

Washington, D.C. (AP)—The Navy listed today as dead [July 27, 1944] Pvt. John H. Kirkpatrick of Sharon, Ia. Historian’s note: John H. Kirkpatrick held the rank of private first class when he was KIA on Guam.

Obituaries > KITCHIN, MARK G.

Rolfe ” Mark G. Kitchin, age 80, died on December 29, 2005, at his home in Rolfe. A prayer service was held at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, January 2, 2006. at the Powers Funeral Home in Rolfe, with the Rev. Charles Miller officiating. Burial will be in Woodbury, Conn. Mark...

Obituaries > KJELLAND, GEORGE K.

George K. Kjelland, 74, Edgerton, formerly of Mineral Point, died Sunday, March 19, 1995, at the Edgerton Memorial Hospital from complications following surgery. He was born on a farm near Valley City, N.D., Oct. 11, 1920, the son of Lewis and Gina Kjelland. He...

Obituaries > KLASEN, ROBERT E.

Robert (Bob) Edward Klasen, 86, born May 18, 1924 in Oak Park, Illinois passed away July 8, 2010 in Houston, Texas following a pulmonary and respiratory illness. He is survived by his wife Sandra Klasen, her children Cathy Buckley and Brian O’Neill, Bob’s...

Obituaries > KLEIN, EARL C.

Earl [July 28, 2016] was born in Auburn, WA to Otto and Mary Klein. He joined the Marine Corps at 18 and proudly served his country, battling on many islands and in China. His bravery earned him the Bronze Star, Purple Heart, and a commendation from the President of...

Obituaries > KLEIN, HAROLD G.

Marine M/Sgt. Harold G. Klein, 42, a Southtown resident all of his life, died in Oahau, Hawaii, Monday [November 26, 1956] following a heart attack. The Marine, one of the Carlson Raiders of World War II fame, had been in the Marines 18 years and was to retire in two...

Obituaries > KLEIN, HAROLD T.

Dr. Harold Todd Klein passed away on April 21, 2017. He was born in Chicago, Illinois on September 22, 1913. He was the son of Samuel and Sayde Levee Klein. He was 103 years old. He leaves his wife, Jeanne Grace Sosnowitz Klein, his son, Robert Klein and daughter, Sue...

Obituaries > KLISZ, LEO E.

Leo Edward Klisz, 75, of 252 Glenwood Ave., Syracuse, died Thursday [July 1, 1999] at home. Born in Syracuse, he was a Marine Corps veteran of World War II. He was a press operator at Carrier Corp. He was a communicant of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, a member of Sheet...

Obituaries > KLOCK, EDWARD J.

Edward J. Klock [August 18, 2009] was born on February 7, 1925 in Rama, Nicaragua, C.A. to Sofia Hunter Klock and Nathan P.A. Klock. His birth was registered with the American Consulate in Blue Fields, Nicaragua. The family returned to New Orleans in June of 1939. He...

Obituaries > KLOS, STEVE M.

Steve M. Klos [October 19, 2009], beloved husband of Theresia; loving father of Theresia (Gregory) Stewart and Sandra Klos; dear grandfather of Brian (Laura) Stewart; proud great-grandfather of Katie Stewart; cherished brother of Wanda and the late Frank and Joseph;...

Obituaries > KLOTZ, ROBERT J.

KETTERING Robert J. Klotz, who was involved in reconnaissance at Guadalcanal during World War II, died Saturday [March 22, 1997] at his home here. He was 73. A Marine Raider, he served as an elite scout in four major campaigns and received three Purple Hearts. Mr....

Obituaries > KLUNK, WALTER E.

Walter E. “Wally” Klunk, 86, Green Bay, died peacefully on November 26, 2010, at his residence with family by his side. Born on Aug. 24, 1924, in Sheboygan to the late Edward and Julia (Kramer) Klunk, he is the oldest of two brothers, Wilmer and Marvin....

Obituaries > KNAUFT, EUGENE C.

Mrs. William Conner, 161 W. Locust St., has been informed of the death of her son, M-Sgt. Eugene Knauft, [September 6, 1964] in a Naval hospital at Camp Pendleton, Calif. He was buried in the St. Louis National Cemetery. In addition to the mother, the wife and two...

Obituaries > KNIGHT, EDWIN G.

Edwin Gordon Knight died on his 87th birthday, Oct. 25, 2011 at Hemet, CA. The son of Nancy Viola (Martin) and Charles Leo Knight, Ed was born in 1924 in OK City, OK. Ed Knight served as a Cpl. in the Marine Corps Inf. in WW II as a Demolition Spec. in the 2nd Bn.,...

Obituaries > KNIGHT, HOWARD P.

Howard P. Knight, Sr., retired USN HMCS, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his loving wife of 63 years and daughter Debra on January 1, 2010, at the age of 85. He was predeceased by a son, Gary Richard Knight, and survivors include Wayne A. of Winter...

Obituaries > KNIGHT, HUGH R.

Hugh Richard (Dick) Knight died Thursday [April 14, 1977] at his Novato home after a long illness. He was 57. Born in Denver, he moved to California 1965 and to Novato in 1972. He was a sales representative for Lee’s Carpets, San Francisco. Knight served with the...

Obituaries > KNIGHT, RAYMOND R.

Raymond Richard Knight, 74, of Winchester died Saturday, Jan. 29, 2000, in Winchester Medical Center. Mr. Knight was born Sept. 5, 1925, in Everman, Texas, the son of James Vernon and Myrtle Halford Knight. He had been a part-time employee of Boscawen Gold and Silver...

Obituaries > KNOX, STUART C.

Stuart C. Knox, a psychiatrist who founded and for many years led the child guidance clinic at Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center and who also was chairman or member of many of Los Angeles’ most prestigious mental health and substance abuse committees, is...

Obituaries > KNUTSON, ALVIN H.

Alvin H. Knutson, 82, died in December 16, 2003. John and Pat Erwin of Reno, Nevada, stopped in Victorville, California, where Al lived, to call on him and were informed of his passing. Al was born September 15, 1921. Al “Swede” Knutson, a resident of...

Obituaries > KOBAL, JOHN

John Kobal, 63, of Lehighton, R.4, died Thursday [January 5, 1984] in the Lehigh Valley Hospital Center. He retired in 1981 after 34 years as a conductor for the now Conrail Railroad. Born in Lehighton, he was a son of the late Stephen and Mary (Hrenko) Kobal. He was...

Obituaries > KOEHLER, MELVIN F.

Melvin F. Koehler of Bourbon, passed away Thursday, June 27, 1996 at the age of 72 years. Mel as he was known by family and friends was born October 29, 1923 to the late Fredric and Louise (Lobby) Koehler at Chicago, Illinois. For three years he served his country in...

Obituaries > KOEHLER, RALPH I.

FORT ATKINSON—Ralph I. Koehler, 56, of 334 Grove, died Tuesday afternoon [May 27, 1980] in Fort Atkinson Memorial Hospital after suffering an apparent heart attack. Bron March 8, 1924, in Ellinwood, Kan., he married Harriet Tousignant on Oct. 20, 1949, in Gwinn, Mich....

Obituaries > KOEPKE, ROY R. F.

New casualty lists released by the War and Navy Departments, in which heartening news of the many Bay area men released from German prison camps is also included, has been compiled and follows: Navy Dead [March 8, 1945]: Roy R. Koepke, Pfc., USMCR, father of Miss...

Obituaries > KOEPPEN, MILTON C.

ELKHART — Milton C. Koeppen, 90, of Elkhart, died at 8:42 a.m. Sunday, January 30, 2011 at home. He was born June 26, 1920, in LaPorte, to Paul and Viola (Wilken) Koeppen. He married Mae Cuff on April 19, 1942, in LaPorte. She died April 8, 2009. Surviving are...

Obituaries > KOLEMBER, NICHOLAS

Nick Kolember, age 83, passed away November 28, 2007. He is survived by his loving wife, Genevieve “Jean”; daughter, Laura (Greg) Quasny; sons: Michael (Henriett) Kolember and Nick (Debra) Kolember; loving grandpa of Douglas and Suzanne Quasny and Andrew...

Obituaries > KOLOINI, ANTON T., JR.

Anton T. Koloini, age 89 of Fairview Park, Oh passed away January 5, 2012. Loving father of Kerry (Dawn), Kathy Hunter (Tom) and Kirk (Ella). Devoted grandfather to Megan Blosser (Renick), Kevin (Julie), Kyle, Jessy, Kara and Kristopher. Doting “Big Pa” to...

Obituaries > KOMLENIC, DANIEL T.

Daniel Komlenic, USMC (Ret.), WWII Marine Raider, died suddenly at his home September 14, 1990. Captain Komlenic was a Veteran of three wars. He served in the 1st and 2nd Marine Raider Battalions in WWII. Participated in action against the enemy on Bougainville, the...

Obituaries > KONDRACKI, STANLEY F.

WWII Gunnery Sergeant Stanley F. Kondracki, Sr. of Blauvelt, died at home with his family on December 1, 1999. He was 81. Stan was born in Hudson, PA on May 20, 1918 to Frank and Francis Yamrowski Kondracki. Stan served his country with honor in the U.S. Marine Corps...

Obituaries > KONIKOW, JULIUS

Julius “Buckles” Konikow, 81, died Monday [January 13, 2003] at Riverside Community Hospital. Born in the Bronx, N.Y., Mr. Konikow lived in Riverside 44 years. He was a toolmaker for 45 years. Mr. Konikow worked at Northrop Aircraft in Hawthorne for 10 years before he...

Obituaries > KONOPKA, CHARLES

Charles Konopka, 28, of 21 Second Street, Larksville, who served during the war with the First Marine Raiders and was wounded on Iwo Jima and at Guadalcanal, died yesterday morning [November 23, 1947] at 11:30 at the home of a brother, Benjamin Konopka of...

Obituaries > KONRICK, DONAL L.

Donal Leo Konrick, born September 16, 1924, age 85, passed away on Monday, May 10, 2010 at his home. He was preceded in death by his wife Maxine F. Konrick; his parents August and Francis Konrick; brother Lyle Konrick and sister Alison Mason. Survivors include his...

Obituaries > KORCH, FRANK J.

Frank J. Korch, 85, of Browns Mills, passed away on Tuesday, December 16, 2008 at home. Born in Camden, NJ, Frank was a resident of Browns Mills for 28 years. Frank was a Veteran of the U.S. Marines, having proudly served his country during WWII. Frank retired from...

Obituaries > KORSMEYER, NORMAN R.

RUSHVILLE, IL – Norman R. Korsmeyer, 94, of Rushville, died Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015, at Passavant Area Hospital in Jacksonville, Ill. He was born July 12, 1921, in Cass County, the son of Louis and Amelia Fricke Korsmeyer. He married Betty Lamb on Dec. 16, 1951,...

Obituaries > KOSISKY, JOHN J.

John J. Kosisky Sr., of Main Street, Inkerman, and Main Street, Port Griffith, both sections of Jenkins Township, died Monday [December 18, 2000] at the Wilkes-Barre General Hospital. Born in Port Griffith, he was a son of the late Andrew and Catherine (Bancas)...

Obituaries > KOSLOSKI, WILLIAM C.

William C. Kosloski, 70, Lathrop, Mo., formerly of Kansas City, died Jan. 21, 1992, at Liberty Hospital. He was born in Plymouth, Pa., and lived in Kansas City from 1946 until he moved to Lathrop in 1981. Mr. Kosloski was a truck driver for Byers Transportation, later...

Obituaries > KOTOWSKI, LEONARD P.

Leonard Peter Kotowski, 91, of Kenosha, died on Sunday, Nov. 6, 2016, at Brookside Care Center. Born in Kenosha on Aug. 6, 1925, he was the son of the late Peter P. and Blanche E. (Bonkosky) Kotowski. He was a graduate of St. Casimir Grade School and Mary D. Bradford...

Obituaries > KOTTEMANN, WILLIAM P.

William “Bill” P. Kottemann, D.D.S., 82, of 3035 Sweet Briar Ave. died Friday, July 2, 2004, in Greenwood Manor Care Center. A memorial service will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 26, at the Izaak Walton League in Iowa City. The body was donated to the UI...

Obituaries > KOWALIK, CASIMIR T.

Casimir T. Kowalik, fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church, on Tues., Aug. 7, 2001; loving husband of Virginia (nee Kurowski) Kowalik; loving father of Barbara (Skip) Magruder, John (Diane), Kenneth (Mary), Bob (Jan), David, Daniel (Kathy) Kowalik; dear...

Obituaries > KOWALIK, JOHN G.

John G. Kowalik [June 23, 2014], WWII Marine Corps Veteran; John was a Pearl Harbor Survivor, Carlson Raider (Long Patrol), Guadalcanal, Kwajalein and Saipan; beloved husband of the late Anne W. (nee Fuja); loving father of Dr. Michael (Linda) Kowalik, Joan (Michael)...

Obituaries > KOWALSKY, ARTHUR L.

WASHINGTON, Jan. 19—(AP)—The Navy Department today listed the following Michigan Marines as casualties: Dead [November 20, 1943]: Pvt. Arthur L. Kowalsky, son of Mrs. Lucille Kowalsky, of 4772 Williams, Detroit.

Obituaries > KOZIAR, MYRON L.

Myron L. Koziar, 52, of Fanwood, brother of Theodore Koziar, of Cranford, died last Wednesday [February 12, 1969] in Overlook Hospital, Summit. A requiem mass was celebrated Saturday in St. Bartholomew’s Church, Scotch Plains. Mr. Koziar was an assistant art...

Obituaries > KRAEMER, GEORGE S.

WILLIAMSBURG ” George S. “Bud” Kraemer was a decorated Marine who survived fighting in World War II to serve as a drill sergeant during the Korean War. Afterward, he was a police officer for the city of Norwood for 26 years. He was a generous soul who did...

Obituaries > KRAUT, ROBERT K.

YORK – Robert K. Kraut, 91, passed away at his home on Sunday March 25, 2012. He was the husband of the late Freda L. (Fahs) Kraut, with whom he shared nearly 60 years of marriage. Born January 2, 1921, in York, he was the youngest of four children to the late James...

Obituaries > KRELL, GEORGE F.

Four Schuylkill County boys were reported killed in action, several others, including the husband of a former Ashland girl, were reported wounded or missing by the War Department yesterday. Killed were: Marine Warrant Officer George Krell, Tamaqua, killed [October 5,...

Obituaries > KRISHA, EDWARD C.

NEW LONDON, Feb. 9 – The body of Edward C. Krisha, 19, who was killed in action in the South Pacific, will arrive at the Fitch Funeral Home here Thursday afternoon, where friends may call. The youth entered the Marine Corps on March 9, 1943 and went overseas Dec. 3...

Obituaries > KROG, GERALD W.

Gerald W. Krog died Feb. 20, 2005. He was a former Prineville resident. He was born on Aug. 5, 1924, to parents William and Agnes (Parker) Krog in Bend. He lived in Prineville most of his childhood. He died in Salem. Mr. Krog graduated from Crook County High School in...

Obituaries > KROPIDLOWSKI, ALPHONSE L.

Alphonse Kropidlowski, D.D.S. [April 5, 1979], beloved husband of Charlotte, nee Kaczmarek; dear father of Thomas H. and Celeste; fond brother of Van; loving uncle of nieces and nephews. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m. from Pomierski and Son Funeral Home, 1059 W. 32nd St.,...

Obituaries > KRUEGER, JEROME R.

Jerome Ralph Krueger, 57, a 13-year resident of Redlands, passed away November 7, 1982. He was presently the owner and operator of the Orange Show Golf Course, former Head Professional at the Redlands Country Club for 10 years, a member of the Professional Golfers...

Obituaries > KRUSA, EDWARD T.

Edward Thomas Krusa, age 70, of Ogden Dunes, passed away Thursday evening, July 15, 1993 at his residence. He was born March 10, 1923 in East Gary, and was a lifelong resident of the area. He was preceded in death by his parents, Kiemens and Catherine (Louches) Krusa...

Obituaries > KRYSZTOFIK, JOHN J.

WEST RUTLAND – John J. Krysztofik, 74, died suddenly Monday morning [June 24, 1996] in West Rutland. He was born in West Rutland, Sept. 4, 1921, son of Boleson and Stephania (Stanuliewicz) Krysztofik. He was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran of World War II and was a member...

Obituaries > KSIOSZK, FELIX B.

Fifteen-year-old John Ksioszk, a student at Antioch Community High School, is being held in the County jail after shooting and killing his father, Felix. B. Ksioszk, Rt. 2, Antioch, last Friday [July 26, 1963]. State’s Attorney Bruno Stanczak said Judge Minard...

Obituaries > KUFFNER, FRANK

BLUEFIELD, Va. — Frank Kuffner, 83, of 2040 Lee Ave., Bluefield, Va. 24605, passed away Saturday afternoon, Sept. 23, 2006 at his home with his family at his side. Born June 5, 1923 in Maybeury, he was the son of the late Anton and Yelka Kuffner. He was a 1941...

Obituaries > KUHN, ARTHUR G.

Mr. Arthur Gesa Kuhn, 84, died Saturday, July 5, 2003 at his residence, 124 Basswood Drive, Aiken, where he lived for the last five years with his children and grandchildren. Born in Homestead, Pa., he was a longtime resident of West Mifflin, Pa. Mr. Kuhn worked as a...

Obituaries > KUJAK, ROMAN E.

DODGE, Wis. – Roman E. Kujak, 78, of Dodge, died Wednesday, June 27, 2001, at Franciscan Skemp Healthcare Center in Arcadia, Wis. He was born Nov. 16, 1922, in Pine Creek, Wis., the son of Stanley and Anna (Wantoch) Kujak. He married Anna M. Eichman Sept. 23,...

Obituaries > KUNKLE, KENNETH K.

A memorial service for Kenneth K. Kunkle was held Saturday, January 27 [2001], at 11 a.m. at the Roller Funeral Home Chapel in Mountain Home. Corporal Kunkle and 20 other Marines died [August 17, 1942] nine months after the United States entered World War II, when the...

Obituaries > KUSMICK, FRANK

Frank Kusmick, 75, of 802 Broadway, Bethlehem, died Thursday [July 7, 1994] in St. Luke’s Hospital. He was the husband of Margaret J. (Horvath) Kusmick. They were married 45 years this month. He was an expeditor in the beam yards of the Bethlehem Steel Corp. for...

Obituaries > KUSY, STANLEY J.

WORCESTER – Stanley J. Kusy, 92, of Worcester died Friday, January 24th [2014] in St. Vincent Hospital. His wife of 62 years, Mary B. (Rutkiewicz) Kusy died in 2009. He leaves a son, Alan R. Kusy and his companion JoAnne Morris of Worcester; two granddaughters,...

Obituaries > KUTSCHER, KURT H.

Kurt H. Kutscher, beloved husband, father, grandfather. Age 85 yrs. Res. St. Paul on Nov. 23 [2007]. Preceded in death by sisters Laura, Hildegard & Margaret, Brothers Richard & Walter, & granddaughter Sarah Gerth. Beloved husband of Mary Ann for 62...

Obituaries > KWIATKOWSKI, EDWARD C.

Edward C. Kwiatkowski, 50, of 409 Winston Ave., Elmhurst, died yesterday [March 13, 1975] in General Division after a short illness. Mr. Kwiatowski was an air conditioner mechanic at St. Francis Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Virginia S.; a son, Edward J., and...