|Birth: ||Apr. 17, 1880|
|Death: ||Jun. 22, 1947|
ALVINA C. FANTA
Mrs. A. J. Fanta, 67, of 831 North Eighth street died Sunday evening
at the home, following a several weeks illness.
Mrs. Fanta, nee Alvina Krainik was born in this city in 1880 and after
her graduation from high school was employed as a clerk in the post
office and was the first postal savings clerk in the state. She was
employed in the post office 17 years.
In 1917 she was married to Mr. Fanta. An active member of the Eastern
Star, she served as its matron in 1923, the first year the organization
met in the new Masonic Temple. She was a member of the Federation of
Surviving are her husband; three brothers, John and Charles of this city
and Emil of Milwaukee; two sisters, Mrs. A. J, Chermak and Mrs. Henry
Wilda of this city.
Private funeral services, conducted by a member of the First Church of
Christ Scientist, will be held at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Fanta home.
Friends are asked to omit flowers. The body will be moved to the home
Tuesday afternoon from the Frazier Mortuary.
Manitowoc Herald-Times Reporter, Monday, 23 June 1947
[Death certificate has Mrs. Alvina Fanta, female, white, married,
husband A.J. Fanta (age 78), died 6/22/1947, born 04/17/1880 in
Manitowoc, age 67y 2m 5d, parents: Wenzel Krainek [should be Krainik]
Bohemia & Ann Swoboda - town of Gibson, cremated in Milwaukee -
Vaclav Krainik (1846 - 1899)
Anna Svoboda Krainik (1851 - 1920)
Alois J. Fanta (1869 - 1961)*
Christina Krainik Fanta (1869 - 1915)*
Frank L Krainik (1872 - 1905)*
Emma L. Krainik Chermak (1875 - 1964)*
Anton Edward Krainik (1876 - 1935)*
Emil Bertram Krainik (1878 - 1967)**
Alvina C. Krainik Fanta (1880 - 1947)
Adeline H Krainik (1884 - 1926)*
Charles Krainik (1885 - 1971)*
Created by: Kent Salomon
Record added: Aug 11, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 95204252
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