|Birth: ||Oct. 7, 1910|
|Death: ||Nov. 26, 1983|
Louis was born to Hungarian parents that had immigrated when they were young people. He had four brothers,one of which died young due to an accident. He was an electrician, and a very hard worker, at an automobile company. He served his country during the War. He loved his family. When his father died, his mother Amelia had four sons, and eventually remarried and had three daughters. His mother was widowed a second time, and Louis stayed in the family home with her and took care of her. She lived to be 75 years old. Louis was a very caring son, brother and uncle. He enjoyed spending time with his dog, dancing with the ladies, playing the lotto, and most of all the time he spent with his family. He truly had a heart of gold. His older brother's name was Charles (Chuck), who moved out west as a young adult, and ended up in California. His other brothers were Adolph and David. I do not know that name of the brother who died young. Louis never married or had any children. He was especially close to his sister Olga, who visited him often and helped him a lot in his older years.
Unfortunately, there is no grave stone of any kind at this time. He is very close to his mother's grave, Amelia (nee Kiraly) Pinkoczy, linked below. He is near the road.
IMP.NOTE: There is some confusion on a very popular ancestry site that I belong to; with another man by the same name, approximate age, and location, who did have a wife and family. It is possible that they were related, or cousins. I have been in contact with one person that is researching the other Louis, on that site. They seem to feel that my uncle was married with a family. Since Louis was my uncle, and we were very close to him, I am absolutely sure of the fact that my Louis never married, or had children. Other than having firsthand knowledge about Louis, his brothers (who were all my uncles)and their wives and children, I do not know anything more about their father (Mr. Kulscar), or his ancestors at this time. If the other researcher is correct about the name, and other details, maybe my uncle Louie had a cousin by the same name. It seems extremely unlikely that their birthdates and death dates would have been the same though. Kulscar does not seem to be a common Hungarian name.
Amelia Kiraly Pinkoczy (1887 - 1962)
Charles R Kulscar (1909 - 1991)*
Louis Kulscar (1910 - 1983)
Adolph J. Kulscar (1913 - 1987)*
David J. Kulscar (1917 - 1990)*
Grace E Pinkoczy Parragh (1918 - 2013)*
Rose Ethel Pinkoczy Kulberg Pedersen (1919 - 1982)*
Olga Matilda Pinkoczy Ellis (1925 - 1978)*
Grand Lawn Cemetery
Plot: Sect. 23
Created by: Curious
Record added: Aug 11, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 95165363
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You recently had your heavenly birthday. You are missed and remembered with love.|
Added: Oct. 12, 2014
God bless you, uncle Louie, for your loving and generous heart, and your work ethic, and your love of family.|
Added: Nov. 12, 2013
To my beloved uncle Louie, you are remembered with love.|
Added: Aug. 11, 2012