Richard Edwin KosakAge: 8719222010

Name
Richard Edwin Kosak
Given names
Richard Edwin
Surname
Kosak
Romanized
Richard Edwin Kasak
Birth December 5, 1922 25 20
Note: Richard Edwin Kosak
Christening December 5, 1922
Note: 127/1922 Paten: Johann Kosak, Robert Neumann, August Zansinger, Emil Zansinger, Emma Zansinger, Martha Kosak, Pastor: Wiemer
Emigration 1927 (Age 4)

Military
United States Army

Note: He served his country honorably in the United States Army, serving in World War II. Richard was the company carpenter for the 4th Platoon of 277th Signal Pigeon Company.
Note: http://www.missouriveteranstories.org/searchresults.cfm?searchtype=quick&searchtext=kasak
Birth of a sisterErna Ruth Kasak
August 18, 1929 (Age 6)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Dee Ann Kasak
November 18, 1950 (Age 27)
Death of a paternal grandfatherJohann Hermann Kosak
December 23, 1952 (Age 30)
Note: 8:30 Am
Death of a fatherEmil Ernst Kosak
March 11, 1967 (Age 44)
Death of a motherEmma Emilie Zansinger
May 6, 1976 (Age 53)
Death of a sisterErna Ruth Kasak
March 18, 1994 (Age 71)
Death of a wifeNathalie June White
September 6, 2004 (Age 81)
Death August 11, 2010 (Age 87)
Burial August 13, 2010 (2 days after death)
Cemetery: Memorial Park Cemetery
Note: St. Paul's Lutheran Church
Note: Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery, Sedalia with Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #2591 conducting full military honors at the graveside.
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father
mother
7 years
younger sister
Erna Ruth Kasak
Birth: August 18, 1929 32 27Pettis County, Missouri
Death: March 18, 1994Pettis County, Missouri
brother
Family with Nathalie June White - View family
wife
daughter
Dee Ann Kasak
Birth: November 18, 1950 27 27Sedalia, Missouri
Death: June 7, 2014Sedalia, Pettis County, Missouri
daughter

Birth

Richard Edwin Kosak

Christening

127/1922 Paten: Johann Kosak, Robert Neumann, August Zansinger, Emil Zansinger, Emma Zansinger, Martha Kosak, Pastor: Wiemer

Military

He served his country honorably in the United States Army, serving in World War II. Richard was the company carpenter for the 4th Platoon of 277th Signal Pigeon Company.

Military

http://www.missouriveteranstories.org/searchresults.cfm?searchtype=quick&searchtext=kasak

Burial

St. Paul's Lutheran Church

Burial

Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery, Sedalia with Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #2591 conducting full military honors at the graveside.

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