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Atkinson, Holt County, Nebraska
January 23, 1953

THEODORE KUBART, LONG TIME RESIDENT HERE, DIES SUDDENLY; WAS 74

Funeral Monday at 10

Theodore Q. KUBART, 74, who spent most of his life in this community, died suddenly Thursday afternoon at his home in Atkinson.

Mr. KUBART had been suffering with a heart ailment for quite a long time, but he had not been ill recently and his death came unexpectedly while he was at the table for his mid-day meal.

Funeral arrangements are for solemn high mass Monday morning at St Joseph's Catholic Church here. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery.

Mr. KUBART is survived by his wife, Effie, 3 daughters, Mrs Leo F. (Josephine) KRAMER of Atkinson, Mrs Harvey (Eva) THOMPSON of Bassett, Mrs. Edward (Helen) COUFAL of Stuart; one son, Father Francis KUBART of Norfolk. Father KUBART who was ordained in 1949 and recited his first mass at St. Joseph's in Atkinson on May 5 of that year, arrived from Norfolk late Thursday afternoon.

Also surviving are a brother, James KUBART of Atkinson and sisters, Mrs. Adolph PACHA, Mrs. Frank LeMUNYAN and Mrs. Joseph MLINAR, Sr., all of Atkinson.

The KUBART family was among the early settlers of this community. Theodore was born in Chicago on March 30,1878 and came here with his parents, the late Joseph and Anna KUBART, in about 1885, when he was 7 years of age. He grew up on the farm in this vicinity and after his marriage to Miss Effie PACHA he and his family continued to live on the farm.

They moved to town 29 years ago, but Mr. KUBART never severed connections with farming interests. For many years he dealt extensively in the hay business and was one of the principal shippers from this hay center.

Mr. KUBART took an active interest in many of the town's activities and organizations, among them the Atkinson Volunteer Fire Department. He joined the department shortly after he moved to town and served continuously for 24 years. While on the department he served in various offices, including that of fire chief.

A man of good nature, he enjoyed being with his friends and he had many of them in this community.

Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, June of 2010

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