Louis J. Przybylski
Company A 1st Battalion 22nd Infantry
4th Infantry Division
Louis J. Przybylski was born on
November 12, 1914 in New Carlisle, St. Joseph County, Indiana.
His home of residence was listed as South Bend, St. Joseph County, Indiana.
His religion was listed as Catholic.
He entered the Army on October 15, 1943.
Private First Class Przybylski
was killed in action in Germany in an area south of Weinsheim
on March 3, 1945.
PLANNED FOR BROTHERS
The bodies of two brothers will be returned from Europe for re-interment here. They are Pfc. Louis J. Przybylski,
of 2633 West Dunham street, and Pfc. Frank J. Przybylski, 126 North Brookfield street. They are the sons of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Przybylski, 126 North Brookfield street. Friends may call in residence of the parents, after 2 p.m.
Saturday, and until double memorial rites at 9 a.m. Monday in St. Adalbert's Catholic church. Rev. Ignatius Gapczynski,
pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in St. Joseph cemetery. Military honors will be accorded the two brothers at the grave
by Schuyler Colfax post 3194 V.F.W.
Frank was born in New Carlisle, this county, Dec. 11, 1920, and Louis was born there Nov. 12, 1914. Both attended
St. Adalbert's and Harrison school. Frank entered service in Nov. 1942, going overseas to England in December of 1943.
He was wounded in action in France, July 15, 1944, and died Sept. 8, 1944. Louis entered service in October of 1943,
going overseas in December of 1944. He was wounded in Germany in February, 1945 and died March 3, 1945.
Louis was married on Nov. 19, 1938 in South Bend to Miss Rose Golubski, who survives. Besides the parents ,
and the widow of Louis, the two brothers are survived by four brothers, Walter, Joseph, jr., John, and Stanley,
and four sisters, Mrs. Edmund Gorka, Mrs. Frank Sniadecki, Alice and Harriet, all of South Bend.
Published in the South Bend Tribune; 11/10/1948
From the Find A Grave website
Louis J. Przybylski was buried
in the temporary U.S. Military Cemetery
Foy Cemetery, Bastogne, Belgium and some time later his remains
were returned to the United States where he was
reinterred in Indiana in 1948.
Saint Joseph Cemetery
St. Joseph County
Final burial information from the Find A Grave website
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