Notes for Frank Walkush: Obituary Notice: Frank WALKUSH : Oct. 9 and 12, 1961, Stevens Point Daily Journal. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Stanislaus' Catholic Church for Frank Walkush, 68, of 842 Center St. Burial will be made in Guardian Angel Cemetery. Mr. Walkush died Saturday night at 11:30 o'clock at St. Michael's Hospital. He was admitted there Saturday afternoon. He had been a patient for a heart condition for the past three years. The body is at the Dzikoski Funeral Home. The rosary will be recited there this evening and Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. At 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday the American Legion ritual will be conducted there by members of Berens-Scribner Post No. 6 Mr. Walkush was a member of the post. He was born Jan. 3, 1893, in the Town of Hull, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walkush. He attended St. Mary's School at Torun and remained at home until he went into military service in World War I. He served with the 21st Company of the 6th Provisional Battalion. He was in service from May 25, 1918, until Jan. 4, 1919. He was a member of Stevens Point Barracks No. 1782 of the Veterans of World War I, as wll as the local American Legion post. After he was discharged from service he worked in Milwaukee for a time and then moved back to Portage County and operated a tavern in the Town of Dewey, where he served as assessor for about 12 years. On May 23, 1924, he married Regina Platta at Polonia and they lived in Dewey until 15 years ago, when they moved to Stevens Point. When he retired three years ago he was an employe of Lullabye Furniture Corp. He is survived by his wife; a son, Barney, Town of Hull; four daughters, Miss Eleanore, at home, Mrs. Ernest (Irene) Helminiak, 834 Center St., Mrs. Paul (Dolores) Klish, 533 S. Minnesota Ave., and Mrs. Carl (Gladys) Buetow, Fort Wayne, Ind.; two grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. John (Clementine) Hintz, 921 Portage St.; and Mrs. Balbina Hintz, Wausau, and three step-brothers, Joseph and Leo Breske, both of Wausau, and John Breske, Schofield. He was preceded in death by his parents, six brothers and four sisters. =========================================================================
Mr. WALKUSH'S Funeral The Rev. Francis Piekarski conducted funeral services at St. Stanislaus' Catholic Church Wednesday morning for Frank Walkush, 68, 842 Center St., who died Saturday. Present in the sanctuary was the Rev. Francis Brzostowicz of St. Casimir's Catholic Church in the Town of Hull. Burial took place in Guardian Angel Cemetery. Pallbearers were Alex Zoromski, Nick Platta, Joseph Lemke, Joseph Fox, Myron Walkush and Peter Konkol. Military services were conducted at the cemetery by Berens-Scribner Post No. 6, American Legion. Mr. Walkush, a World War I veteran, was a member of the post. Ted Schulfer was in charge of the firing squad, whose other members were Gary Mrozinski, Chester Winiecki, Don Merdan and Thomas Helminski. Barney Stroik and R. B. Lewis were the color guards, and Leo Tetzlaff, the bugler. Relatives and friends attended from Fort Wayne, Ind., Milwaukee, Madison, Wausau, Schofield, Ringle, Hatley, Galloway, Junction City, Wisconsin Rapids, Wautoma, Bevent, Kaukauna and the Stevens Point area. ========================================================================== = OBIT: BURIED: Walkush, Frank 3 Jan 1893 - 7 Oct 1961 Guardian Angel (Sec 4) -------------------
More About Frank Walkush: Burial 1: Oct 1961, Stevens Point, Portage, Wisconsin; Guardian Angel Cemetery.497 Burial 2: 12 Oct 1951, Stevens Point Daily Journal.497 Burial 3: 09 Oct 1961, Stevens Point Daily Journal.497
More About Frank Walkush and Regina Platta: Marriage 1: 13 May 1924, Polonia, Portage, Wisconsin; Sacred Heart Chruch. Marriage 2: 13 May 1924, Polonia, Portage, Wisconsin.