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Anton Bozich Family

Mr. Anton Bozich and Miss Margaret Copp were emigrants from Europe. They met and married in Calumet, Michigan, in 1907. Eventually, they moved to High Bridge, where Anton was a coal miner, and they ultimately moved to Madrid. The Boziches had seven children: Tony, Albert, Rose, Ann, Frances, Emil, and Dolly.

Tony, now deceased, was a miner, and a World War II veteran. He received the Purple Heart during the War.

Albert has retired from Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, and he and his wife, Helen, reside in Madrid. They have a daughter, Margaret Neimier, also of Madrid.

Rose Cerretti and her husband, P. J. Cerretti, live in Granger. They have two children: Carol Stevens of Dearborn, Michigan, and Richard, of Des Moines. They formerly owned a grocery store in Granger.

Ann Bozich is the owner and operator of Ann's Beauty Shoppe in Madrid. Ann provided care for her parents and brother, and has always been very supportive of her entire family.

Frances Cerretti is married to Lon Cerretti of rural Madrid. They are the former owners of Lon's Confectionary. Their son, Bob, and his wife, Bertha, live in Madrid.

Emil Bozich and Georgia were the former operators of the Iowa Theatre in Madrid. Emil is a former professional baseball player, and is now an inspector for John Deere, in Ankeny. They have two children: Pam, of West Des Moines, and Bill, of Madrid.

Dolly Sundberg and her husband, Robert, live and farm in Caldwell, Idaho. Their children are Dennis, Jeffrey, and Danette.

There are 9 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild of the Boziches.

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