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Death note: Funeral of Andrew Palubicki
"Perham, May 27, 1914 -- The funeral of Andreas Palubicki who died at the state hospital at Fergus was held here Friday from the St. Stanislaus church. The deceased was over 80 years of age and was for many years a resident of this vicinity. He is survived by seven sons, Jacob, John, Andrew, Leon, Michael, Paul and Frank and five daughters, Mrs. Mike Sazama, Mrs. Jos. Kunza, Mrs. Vincent Zbulski. Mrs. Perszyk, and Miss Mary Palubicki."

Perham Enterprise Bulletin
Perham, Otter Tail County, Minnesota
Arthur A. Palubicki
Perham Minnesota
Arthur A. Palubicki, 80, Perham, died Friday, May 11, 2001 in the Elders Home, New York Mills, Minnesota. Mr. Palubicki was born March 6, 1921 near Perham. He entered the U.S. Navy in 1942 and served during World War II as a radio operator on numerous PT boats. After his military discharge, he traveled. He married Delas Lubitz November 26, 1951. They lived in Perham, where he worked 33 years as a milk truck driver for Perham Creamery.
He is survived by his wife; four sons, Steven (Tammy), Jeffrey (Deborah), Ronald (Mary), Russell (Sandra) all Perham; a daughter, Julie (Dennis Skjonsby, Albercrombie, North Dakota; a brother, Clarence (Betty), Perham; a sister, Margaret Kremer, Perham; a stepbrother, Ramond (Cay) Dulski, Stanchfield, Minnesota; and 12 grandchildren.
Visitation: Today from 4-8, with a prayer service at 7, in Schoenberger Funeral Home, Perham.
Funeral: Wednesday at 11 in St. Henry's Catholic Church, Perham.
Burial: St. Stanislaus Catholic Cemetery, Perham.
Perham Enterprise Bulletin
Perham, Otter Tail County, Minnesota
Obituary: Arthur Palubicki
Arthur A. Palubicki, age 80, of Perham, Minn., died peacefully on May 11, 2001 at the Elders Home in New York Mills, Minn. Funeral services were at St. Henry's Catholic Church on Wednesday, May 16, 2001 with the Reverend David Rieder officiating. Burial was in St. Stanislaus Catholic Cemetery, Perham, Minnesota. Art was born March 6, 1921, in Corliss Township, rural Perham, Minn., the oldest son of Clemence and Martha (Sczygiel) Palubicki. He reported for active duty for the U. S. Navy on September 9, 1942, where he served as a radio operator on numerous PT boats in World War II until being wounded in action in the southwest Pacific Ocean. Art received a Purple Heart Medal and was honorably discharged on January 13, 1946. After his service, Art spent several years traveling and working throughout the country as well as in Greenland. On November 26, 1951, Art married Delas Lubitz. They settled in Perham, Minnesota where Art worked as a milk truck driver for the Perham Creamery for thirty-three years. Art enjoyed talking with people, gardening, dancing, and helping his sons on the farm. Surviving Art is his wife, Delas, of Perham, Minn.; four sons, Steven (Tammy), Jeffrey (Deborah), Ronald (Mary), and Russell (Sandra), all of Perham, Minn.; one daughter, Julie (Dennis) Skjonsby of Abercrombie, N.D.; one brother, Clarence (Betty) of Perham, Minn.; one sister, Margaret Kremer of Perham, Minn.; one step-brother, Ramond (Cay) Dulski of Stanchfield, Minn. and twelve grandchildren as well as a great host of family and friends who will miss him dearly. Preceding Art in death are his parents and his brother, Jerome. Schoeneberger Funeral Home, Perham, Minn., was in charge of the arrangements.


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