|Louis Alfred Kula
Final Services Held On Monday Morning
|Louis Alfred Kula, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kula Sr. was born on September 11, 1890. He died, Friday morning at Mercy Hospital in Anamosa. He had spent his entire life farming in Jones County.
On April 20, 1914 he was united in marriage to Francis Holub.
Surviving are his wife and three sons, Leonard at Home, Marvin and Leroy of Anamosa. His brothers and sisters are Joe Kula Anamosa; George Kula, Anamosa; Mrs. Earl Martin, Anamosa, Mrs. Paul Whear, Anamosa; Mrs. Joe Holub, Anamosa; Mrs. Kenneth Butterfield, Anamosa; Frank Kula, Anamosa; Ray Kula, Anamosa; Robert Kula, Anamosa. One brother, Thomas, died in 1947.
Requium High Mass was sung at St. Patrick's Catholic Church on Monday morning at 9:30 with Rev. J. A. McMahon in charge. Burial was at the Holy Cross cemetery.
The Rosary was recited at the McNamara Funeral Home on Saturday and Sunday evening at 8:00. The McNamara Funeral Home had charge of the services.
Casket bearers were James Connelly, Tony Shada, James T. Remley, John W. McNamara, Albert Ament and Leonard Wagman.
Submitted by: Cathy Kula
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