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Olga Dydynczyk Garrison
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Birth: May 2, 1913
Death: Jul., 1969

Mrs. Olga Kolbasook of 134 Seymour Street Was married yesterday afternoon at 2 to Frank Poole of Stephentown Center, N.Y. The ceremony was performed at St. John's Ukrainian Catholic Church by Rev. Michael Skordinsky. The couple were attended by the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Jankowski.
The bride's dress was pink crepe with high round neckline, short sleeves and full skirt. She wore a gray flower trimmed hat and a corsage of white gladioli. Her sister wore a brown suit, matching hat and a corsage of pink gladioli.
After a trip to New York, the couple will live in Stephentown Center. Mr. Poole is employed in the GE tank department.

Berkshire Evening Eagle, Tuesday, Aug. 3, 1948
 
 
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 Parents:
  Michael Dydynczuk (1889 - 1956)
  Mary Uliczna Dydynczuk (1893 - 1978)
 
 Spouses:
  Emerson C. Garrison (1924 - 1985)
  Michael Kolbasook (1890 - 1947)*
 
 Children:
  Michael Kolbasook (1931 - 1995)*
  Andrew Kolbasook (1933 - 2012)*
 
 Siblings:
  Sophie Dydynczuk Mikna (____ - 1964)*
  Olga Dydynczyk Garrison (1913 - 1969)
  John Dydynczuk (1914 - 1987)*
  Mary Dydynczuk Jankowski (1921 - 2012)*
  Anna Dydynczuk Halamaj (1924 - 2006)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Pittsfield Cemetery
Pittsfield
Berkshire County
Massachusetts, USA
 
Created by: af
Record added: Feb 08, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 84685626
Olga <i>Dydynczyk</i> Garrison
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Olga <i>Dydynczyk</i> Garrison
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