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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Theodore Mendrek July 15 1914 August 12 1991 Fort Custer National Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Apolonia Mendrek April 15 1875 April 30 1951 Notre Dame Cemetery (Massachusetts, United States of America)
Henry H. Mendrek November 12 1927 November 25 2003 Grave New Calvary Catholic Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Muriel L. Mendrek December 26 1929 April 26 2004 Grave New Calvary Catholic Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Margaret Mendrek 1951 1951 Alamosa Municipal Cemetery (Colorado, United States of America)
Joseph A Mendrek March 17 1915 November 15 1987 Grave Davis Memorial Park (Nevada, United States of America)
Edwin John Mendrek 1933 1996 Maryhill Catholic Cemetery & Mausoleum (Illinois, United States of America)
Walter J Mendrek August 22 1912 November 20 1958 Grave Northview Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Elizabeth J. Mendrek May 13 1994 Mater Dolorosa Cemetery (Massachusetts, United States of America)
Adele T. Barna 1918 June 25 2010 Saint Stanislaus Cemetery (Massachusetts, United States of America)
I Raymond Mendrek December 3 1923 July 8 2011 East Linwood Cemetery (Illinois, United States of America)
Marta Mendrek July 29 1884 January 16 1964 Evergreen Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Michael Henry Mendrek May 31 1936 January 24 2009 Grave Oak Ridge Cemetery (Massachusetts, United States of America)
Elizabeth Mendrek July 10 1995 Evergreen Cemetery (Massachusetts, United States of America)
Elizbaeth Mendrek July 10 1995 Evergreen Cemetery (Massachusetts, United States of America)
Helen Mendrek 0 November 10 1925 Grave Roselawn Cemetery (Colorado, United States of America)
Oswald Mendrek September 26 1918 Dachau KZ (Bavaria (Bayern), Germany)

 

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