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1: Our Family History | "Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow."

4: George Robert Putnik April 23, 1936

5: Bob, Margaret, Kata, & George Putnik

7: George & Jackie Evancovich April 1947

10: Bob Putniks cousin, Tadija Proich

11: George Evancovich boys. Were killed on their way home | Mary Evancovich

12: Mike Ockray 1933 | Barbara Muren | Annie Kerin

13: Rosa Stepan family | Mary Evancovich & AuntBeceick at the house on 6th street | Marge & Nick Beceick | Mr & Mrs Joseph Stepan. FatherKerin's sister. | Stepan relations | Rosie Stepan

20: Marge, Pat, Cheri, Paul | Grandma Marge washing the outside of the house on Utah ave | Grandpa Bob, Aunt Kata & Grandma Marge | Aunt Kata | Grandma Marge, Great Grandma Mary, Aunt Kata & Uncle Glen | Grandpa Bob | Aunt Emma, Kata, Cheri, Pat | Grandma Marge, Grandpa Bob, Aunt Kata

21: Grandma Marge, Grandpa Bob, George & Kata

22: Grandma & Grandpa Putnik

23: Uncle Glen | Josephine Thomas

29: Rebel without a cause

30: School Days 1950-1952

85: Unrelenting death visited the US department number here is 406 per second time within 2 weeks this time on January 8 Joseph was a good strong gentle and peaceful nature in company with friends always knew was reasonably behave and to do so was appreciated by all. Leaves behind a wife Marabeth father Joseph. Brother of John, two sisters, Pauline and Mary, Mary Ivankovich grandmother, one uncle, aunt and four relatives still further under the auspices of his department. According to Roman Catholic ritual through the local church of St. Margaret, the presence of many friends and sympathizers on January 11, buried in the local cemetery here in the last respects, legions of military veterans fired three guns over his grave, a military trumpet is announced last goodbye. His department and the nice decorate his grave with beautiful garlands and on behalf of the department grave and the last letter pronounced by brother John Visher. Brother Joseph then you is easy country and some eternal, and your precious in the name of our department. Condolences

86: Mom & Dad 1968 (Mom has a bun in the oven!)

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