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Milan Sulentic
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Birth: Mar. 20, 1886, Croatia
Death: Dec. 14, 1941
Des Moines
Polk County
Iowa, USA

Milan Sulentich, born March 20, 1886, Sveti Rok, Croatia, arrived Baltimore, MD from Bremen, Germany April 1905 with Nikola Sulentic, 18, on the Kaiser Wilhelm I. Milan stopped at DeKalb, IL before coming to Monroe County, IA where Milan Sulentich became Mike Sulentic. Milan married Ika Sulentich (maiden and married name the same) on July 22, 1911 at Albia, IA. Milan's brother was married to Ika's sister in Croatia but Milan and Ika first met after Ika arrived in the US in 1911. Milan suffered a cerebral hemorrhage on December 7, 1941 and died while being taken into surgery at Mercy Hospital, Des Moines, IA on December 14, 1941. In addition to the five children referenced in his obituary, Milan and Ika were also the parents of an infant daughter that died August 11,1918.
The Monroe County News
December 15, 1941

Mike Sulentic, 55, Dies in Des Moines

Mike Sulentic, 55, died yesterday morning at Mercy hospital in Des Moines, where he had been taken for treatment five days earlier.

Sulentic is survived by his wife; three daughters, Mary Sulentic of Washington, D.C., Mrs. Donald Paveglio of Chicago and Ann Sulentic of Albia, and two sons, Tom Sulentic of Albia and Tony Sulentic of Moline, ILL.

The body was taken from Humeston's funeral home this afternoon to his house on G avenue east, where it will remain until time for the funeral. Services will be held at the home Wednesday morning.
The Lovilia Press
December 18, 1941

Mike Sulentic, Former Resident, Died Sunday

Mike Sulentic, 55 years old, died Sunday at a Des Moines hospital, following a long illness. The Sulentic family lived here for a number of years, later moving to Albia. He was a coal miner.

Surviving are his wife, three daughters, Mary of Washington, D.C., Mrs. Donald Paveglio of Chicago and Anne of Albia; two sons, Tom of Albia and Tony of Moline. Funeral services were held at Albia Wednesday morning.

Family links: 
  Ika Sulentich Sulentic (1890 - 1973)*
  Mary S Sulentic White (1912 - 2002)*
  Anthony Sulentic (1913 - 1998)*
  Katie Sulentic Paveglio (1914 - 2010)*
  Anne Josephine Sulentic Scieszinski (1916 - 2007)*
  Thomas Sulentic (1920 - 2003)*
*Calculated relationship
Saint Marys Cemetery
Monroe County
Iowa, USA
Plot: SMA 443
Created by: zoey
Record added: Apr 11, 2012
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Milan Sulentic
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Milan Sulentic
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Milan Sulentic
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