Michał HorstKatarzyna Milli

Józef BanasAntonina Horst

Wanda Walentyna Banas

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Children with:
Louise Theodore Litke

Siblings:
Katarzyna Helena Banas
Frederick Bronislaw Banas
Thaddeus Józef (Theodore) Banas

Children:
Theodore Teddie Litke
Louise Litke
Wanda Walentyna Banas
  • Born: 25 Feb 1918, Hartford Connecticut
  • Married 16 Sep 1939 to Louise Theodore Litke
  • Died: 7 Jul 2002, Hartford Connecticut. Mt. St. Benedict Cemetery in Bloomfield
  • Occupation: Old Saybrook and Hartford
  • Reference: chrzestni: Antoni Żuraw, Anna Kunc, ks. John P. Kowalski

    Chrzest w Kosciele SS. Cyryla i Metodego w Hartford. Podczas IIWW była wolontariuszką Czerwonego Krzyża. Członek Legionów Polskich pomocniczych postu amerykańskich weteranów kobiet 51, Członek Hartford Federation of Teachers, Parkville Seniorów i Rady Old Saybrook, była sponsorem kilku misjonarzy katolickich społeczeństw. Przeszła na emeryturę w czerwcu 2001 po 31 latach w Hartford w szkole jako nauczyciel biblioteki i specjalistycznych mediów i do grudnia 2001 roku, jako nauczyciel w Parkville Community School.
    Ukończyła Hartford Community College ze stopniem Associates w Art, University of Hartford z BA w edukacji, Central Connecticut State Univ. z MA w Bibliotekoznawstwa i mediów. Była członkiem SS. Cyryla i Metodego Kościół w Hartford. Była członkiem Hartford Partii Republikańskiej i była delegatem na konwencje Republikanów Connecticut State i pełniła Chairwomen do Republikańskiej państwa Komitetu Centralnego. Ona funkcjonuje jako głosu moderator Park St Fire House i inne miejscowości po wyborach w 2001 roku i prowadził kampanię na stanowisko przedstawiciela państwa z prezydentem Ann Ucello.
    Zmarła w w New Britain, pochowana Mt. St. Benedict Cemetery in Bloomfield.
    She was a Red Cross Volunteer during World War II, a member of Polish Legion of American Veterans Womens Auxiliary Post 51, the Hartford Federation of Teachers, the Parkville Senior Citizen's and Estuary Council of Old Saybrook and was a sponsor of several Catholic missionaries societies. She graduated Hartford Community College with an Associates Degree in Art, the University of Hartford with a B.A. in education, Central Conn. State Univ. with a M.A. in Library Science and Media. She retired June 2001 after 31 years in the Hartford School system as Library teacher and Media specialist and continued as a substitute teacher at Parkville Community School through December 2001. She was a member of SS. Cyril & Methodius Church in Hartford. She was a member of the Hartford Republican Party and served as a delegate to Connecticut State Republican Conventions and served as Chairwomen to the Republican State Central Committee. She functioned as a voting moderator Park St. Fire House and other localities through the 2001 election and campaigned for position of State Representative with Mayor Ann Ucello. She is survived by two daughters and their husbands, Louise and Chris Wilkinson of Middletown and Teddi and John Kopcha of Newington; her grandchildren, J.L. Kopcha of Saybrook, and Ted and Renee Kopcha in Phoenix, AZ; her adopted grandchildren, Keith Sullivan of East Hampton, and Lt. Vincent Chernesky U.S.N. in Hawaii. She leaves a sister, Catherine (Banas) Skiba of Hartford; and a brother, Fred and his wife, Helen Banas, of Wethersfield; a niece, Brenda and her husband, Raymond Dyson, of Marlborough; a niece and Godchild, Marsha Banas, of Hartford; a cousin, Stanley ``Dan'' Horst, of Hartford; and a special friend, Ruby Stewart, R.N. at the Medi-Plex of Newington. She was predeceased by a brother, Theodore and Vera Banas; and a brother-in-law, Frank X. Skiba. Funeral services will start Wednesday, 9:15 a.m. from the Talarski Maple Hill Chapels, 380 Maple Ave., Hartford followed by a Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. in SS. Cyril & Methodius Church in Hartford. Burial will be in Mt. St. Benedict Cemetery in Bloomfield.
    http://articles.courant.com/2002-07-09/news/0207082197_1_hartford-school-system-hartford-federation-saybrook

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