Henry Sacora 1865-1945
SACORA, PAVLISTA, BAHNSEN, LAFFERTY, HANSEN, BRADLEY
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Date: 6/10/2021 at 08:14:41
9 August 1945 - The Anamosa Journal
OXFORD JUNCTION - Funeral service was held Friday afternoon in the Hayden funeral home for Henry Andrew Sacora, 80, who died Wednesday afternoon at Mercy hospital, Anamosa, where he had been taken six weeks ago with a hip fracture. The Rev. George Warinner of the Dayton Valley church had charge of the service, and hymns were sung by Mrs. Fred Lasack, Mrs. Fred Sacora and Miss Earline Huston, accompanied by Mrs. G. J. Bees at the piano. Those serving as pallbearers were John MacGregor, Louis Kula, Michael Souhrada, Antone Hurda, Victor Tatak and Frank Kolarik. Interment was in the Mayflower cemetery.
Andrew Sacora was born near Monmouth, March 4, 1865, and with the exception of five years, which he spent in Dakota, he had lived in Oxford Junction. He was united in marriage to Josephine Pavlista, who died in 1914. He was a painter and mason by trade.
Surviving are six children, two sons, Ira, Cedar Rapids; and Fred, Oxford Junction; four daughters, Mrs. Justis Bahnsen, Maquoketa; Mrs. A. W. Lafferty, Milford, Mich.; Mrs. Hans Hansen, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Lillian Bradley, Iowa City; 19 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
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