|Birth: ||1884, Poland|
|Death: ||Jun. 3, 1944|
Mrs. Tekla (Bilska) Grzyb, 58, mother of five sons in the armed forces, died Monday night at her home, 24 Chestnut Street, following a long illness. All five sons were home for a few days on emergency furloughs about a year ago, when their mother was taken seriously ill. They coming apparently gave her a new lease of life, and her condition improved.
Two of the boys are now overseas. In the service are Pvt. Theodore, Camp Maxey, Tex.; Pfc. Louis and Pvt. Adolph, overseas; Edward, second class gunner's mate, in the Navy and Henry, first class seaman, at Mayport, Fla.
Four other sons also survive, John, Frank, William and Anthony of Dudley; also two daughters, Mrs. Bernice Gelineau and Helen Grzyb of this town; a brother and sister in Michigan and a brother and three sisters in Poland, also eight grandchildren. Her husband, Vincent Grzyb, also survives.
She was a member of Sacred Heart Society of St. Joseph's Church.
Funeral services will be conducted Friday morning from the home, with a high mass of requiem in St. Joseph's Church at 9 o'clock. Burial will be in the family lot in the parish cemetery, in charge of Frank P. Brezniak.
Published Thursday, June 6, 1944 in the Webster Times, Webster, Massachusetts
Vincent John Grzyb (1878 - 1957)*
John W. Grzyb (1903 - 1974)*
Frank Grzyb (1904 - 1979)*
Louis Gryzb (1908 - 1908)*
Bernice Bronislaw Grzyb Gelineau (1909 - 1978)*
Theodore J Grzyb (1912 - ____)*
Anthony J Grzyb (1913 - 1958)*
Helen Grzyb Krupinski (1915 - 1984)*
Lou Grzyb (1916 - 1916)*
Edward Joseph Grzyb (1917 - 2000)*
Louis Charles Grzyb (1918 - 2008)*
Henry Grzyb (1921 - 1995)*
Adolph Grzyb (1922 - 1989)*
Saint Josephs Cemetery
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Record added: Apr 11, 2009
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