Clarence Maruska, 60, Former Resident, Dies
Funeral services for Clarence (Jol) Maruska, 60, were held April 8, in St. Paul. Mr. Maruska died at a St. Paul hospital April 5.
He was a former Cresco resident, having been active in sports when he attended Cresco high school. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maruska.
Mr. Maruska is survived by his wife, five sons and daughters. He is also survived by one brother, Roger of Milwaukee; and four sisters, Mildred Boettcher of Milwaukee, Regina Maruska of Milwaukee, Mrs. Austin Wentworth of San Jose, Calif., and Anges Hruska of Cresco.
79. "Times Plain Dealer," "The Crest" - Cresco High School paper, Wednesday, April 16, 1969, Vol. #9, Iss. No. 17, Page 2, Sec. 3, Col. 2, Microfilm Roll # 549-H, July 31, 1968 to October 29, 1969, Cresco Public Library, Cresco, Iowa - Howard County.
MARUSKA - Clarence F. (Tiny)
April 5th. Res. 917 Juno. Survived by his wife Bernice M., 5 sons and 5 daughters, Terrence L., James J. Jeannie A., Lee F., Mark A., Mary Kay, Jay R., Ann Marie, Joan, and Julene, of St. Paul. 1 brother and 4 sisters, Roger, Mrs. Mildred Boettcher, and Miss Regina Maruska of Milwaukee; Mrs. Austin Wentworth, of San Jose, Calif., and Mrs Agnes Hruska of Cresco, Iowa. Also survived by 2 grandsons. Funeral from the KESSLER & MAQUIRE FUNERAL HOME Tuesday, 10;30 a.m. Requiem Mass, St. James Church 11 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Friends may call after 3 p.m. Monday. Parish Vigil Monday 8 p.m.
95. "Saint Paul Pioneer Press & Dispatch (morning & evening editions)," Sunday, April 6, 1969, Monday, April 7, 1969 (morning & evening editions), Vol. 120th year, No. 344, Page A-Notices, Col. 2, Newspaper Microfilm - April 1 to April 15, 1969, Minnesota History Center - Library - microfilm room, St. Paul Pioneer Dispatch (morning paper) / St. Paul Pioneer Press (afternnoon/evening paper).
CLARENCE F. MARUSKA
Services for Clarence F. (Tiny) Maruska, 817 Juno Ave., who died of heart condition Saturday in St. Joseph's Hospital, will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday in St. James Catholic Church, View and Randloph, with burial at Resurrection Cemetery.
A St. Paul resident for 25 years, Mr. Maruska was manager of Building Specialties Co. for 5 years. He was also a ticket salesman for the Twins baseball team.
140. "St. Paul Pioneer Dispatch (morning edition)," St. Paul, MN, Monday, April 7, 1969.
Bernice Mary Frantzen Maruska
1918–2006 (m. 1941)
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