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Est. 13 May 2009 by Dennis Bauer, publication 13 May 2009 at DVHH.org by Jody McKim Pharr.

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GARBER – Andrew (Andreas) Garber, of Frewburg, NY., died 23 February, 1972. Born 2 July, 1883 in Balinka/Palinka, Hungary (Eastern Bakony Forest/Hungarian Highlands). The son of late Andrew & Rosalia Stollar Garber and husband of late Anna Garber and brother of late Mrs. Frank Kozegi.  Survived by son, Charles Garber; daughters, Mrs. Michael Percy, Jr. of Frewsburg & Mrs. C. H. Larson of Binghamton; grandchildren, Michael Percy III, Carl Andrew Larson, Mrs. Joseph Ciolek, Jonathan Larson & Brent Larson; sister, Mrs. William Kohl of Garden City; and ten great-grandchildren. Buried in Maple Grove Cemetery. Jamestown Post-Journal. Submitted by Dan Larson.

GIES - Viola Gies Dienes , 86, of  Yardville, NJ, died 15 May 2009. Daughter of  late Anthony N. and Anna Remlinger Gies [Palankaer] and wife of the late Frank J. Dienes [Palankaer], and sister of the late Anthony J. Gies. Survived by two nephews, David A. Gies of Pennington, NJ and Stephen V. Gies (Godson) of Washington, DC; three nieces, Ann Taneyhill of Anaheim Hills, CA, Joan Cleven of La Crescenta, CA, and Patricia Urbanski of Trenton; one sister-in-law, Joan Gies of Pennington, NJ; a cousin, Miles J. Cannon (Godson) of Whiting, NJ, and many grand-nieces and grand-nephews. Buried at Our Lady of  Lourdes Cemetery. Palanka OSB Family #9621.  The Times, 16 May 2009 issue.

GIES - Viola Gies Dienes, 86, of  Yardville, NJ, died 15 May 2009. Daughter of  late Anthony N. and Anna Remlinger Gies [Palankaer] and wife of the late Frank J. Dienes [Palankaer], and sister of the late Anthony J. Gies. Survived by two nephews, David A. Gies of Pennington, NJ and Stephen V. Gies (Godson) of Washington, DC; three nieces, Ann Taneyhill of Anaheim Hills, CA, Joan Cleven of La Crescenta, CA, and Patricia Urbanski of Trenton; one sister-in-law, Joan Gies of Pennington, NJ; a cousin, Miles J. Cannon (Godson) of Whiting, NJ, and many grand-nieces and grand-nephews. Buried at Our Lady of  Lourdes Cemetery. Palanka OSB Family #9621.  The Times, 16 May 2009 issue.

GIESSE - Julianna Giesse died on October 4, 2007 at the age of 84. She was the widow of the late Franz, devoted mother and mother-in-law of Norbert and Noelle, dear Oma of Matthew, Lauren and Thomas, fond aunt of Georg Dauterman. Services were held at Trinity-St. Andrews Lutheran Church followed by interment in Cypress Hills Cemetery under the direction of the Hess-Miller Funeral Home, 64-19 Metropolitan Avenue, Middle Village. Hometown Crvenka. Times Newsweekly, Ridgewood, NY. October 11, 2007. Submitted by Noelle Giesse.
 
GLOCK - Konrad Glock of Ridgewood died on March 17, 2009 at the age of 87. A native of Cervenka, Yugoslavia, he was the beloved husband of Maria and devoted father of Sibylle Ajwani and Susanne Eisner; also survived by three grandchildren. Services were held at the Morton Funeral Home/Ridgewood Chapels, 663 Grandview Avenue, Ridgewood, followed by cremation in Fresh Pond Crematory. Times Newsweekly, Ridgewood, NY. March 26, 2009. Submitted by Noelle Giesse.

GOMOLA – Anton Gomola, 76, of Trenton, NJ, died 28 August 1961. [Born in Palanka, Austria-Hungary]. Husband of late Elizabeth Stumpf Gomola. Survived by daughter, Mrs. Anna Geiger, of Trenton; brothers, Jacob & Michael Gomola, of Trenton and John & Frank Gomola, of Canada; three grandchildren and a great-grandchild.  Palanka OSB Family #3623. The Trenton Evening Times, 29 August 1961 issue.

GRAEF – Hans W. Graef, 56, of Cleveland, OH, died 18 January 2012. Son of late Michael & Maria Graef. Survived by brother, Frank, Michael & Anton & late Lohar Graef; sister, Joanna; partner, Lynn Bugel; step-son, Kerri, Mizway; step-daughter, Sherry Mascol; grandchildren, Brandon & Devin; niece, Jennifer& Adam Graef; aunt, Magdalena Hanftaler; cousins, Robert Hanftaler & Renate Geisler. Palanka OSB #2855 & 3641. The Plain Dealer, 22 January 2012 issue.

GROSS – Elizabeth Gross Wiederman, 98, of Youngstown, OH, died 3 March 1995. [Born in Palanka, Austria-Hungary of  late Josef & Katharina Bernhardt Gross, wife of late Joseph Wiederman]. Palanka OSB Family #3744 & 13132. Social Security Death Benefit Index & Ohio Deaths 1958-2002, Ancestry.com.

GUTH – Joseph Guth, 61, of Trenton, NJ, died 20 Mar 1947. [Born in Palanka, Austria-Hungary], husband of Anna Scherer Guth. Also survived by son, Jacob Guth; daughter, Mrs. John Hoschek; sister, Mrs. Katherine Lorenz and five grandchildren. Funeral by George F. Ullrich. Palanka OSB Family #3816. The Trenton Evening Times, 20 March 1947 issue.

GUTHWEIN – Joseph Gutwein, of Chicago, IL, died 21 June 2012. Born 8 March 1926 in Palanka, Yugoslavia. Husband of Irene Gutwein. Survived by son, John & daughter, Rosemarie. Buried at Clarendon Hills Cemetery, Darien, IL. Palanka OSB Family #3844. The Palankaer Heimatbrief, November/December 2012 issue and Modell Funeral Home (www.modelldarien.com) web page..

 

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