Harold returned to Bismarck, enlisted in the National Guard and in February 1941 was activated. Following his basic training in Louisiana, he was stationed in Australia and Guadalcanal, seeing over 600 days of combat during World War II. He was honorably ... (The Bismarck Tribune)
Mr. Michael Allen Lisak, 64, of La Porte, Indiana, died Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015 at his home. He was born Oct. 24, 1950, in Michigan City, Indiana, the son of Chester Lisak and Beatrice (Brueller) Lisak. (La Porte Herald-Argus)
Laura was the sixth of seven children in her family of origin and was the last remaining of her generation. She was born in La Junta, Colo., on Feb. 4, 1933, and shortly thereafter moved to Paw Paw, Mich., where she grew up and graduated high school in 1952. (kdminer.com)
She was a member of Southside Baptist Church and volunteered with the AWANA program. Joyce worked as a manager of the Craft Department at Wal-Mart in Louisiana. She was a dedicated wife, sister and aunt who enjoyed spending time with her family. (Ashtabula Star-Beacon)
Ronald is survived by wife Bobbie Schmid of David City; daughters Lisa (Larry) Ward of Louisiana and Marla (Robert) Bock of Bellwood; sons Aaron (Jackie) Schmid of Bellwood and Eric (Chandra) Schmid of Bellwood; grandchildren Ashley Bock and Melinda Justus ... (Columbus Telegram)
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