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Boroski, Joseph
B: 02 Feb 1921, Caribou Township, Kittson County, MN
D: 06 Sep 2003, Kittson Memorial Healthcare, Hallock, MN
M: (1) 07 Feb 1942, Olga Cerkowniak, at Lancaster, MN d. 22 Jul 1971
M: (2) Apr 1972, Joyce Flint d. Jun 1998.

FN: Walter Boroski
MN: Julia Horosamovich

Children of Joseph Boroski and -

Edward Boroski

David Boroski

Robert Borski
M: Dianne Unknown

Bernard Boroski
M: Sandy Unknown

Dorothy Boroski
M: Unknown Gantter

Rudy Boroski
M: Ted Olsonoski

Joseph Boroski

Obituary - Kittson County Enterprise, 17 Sep 2003

Lake Bronson, Minn.: Joseph Boroski, 82, Lake Bronson, died at the Kittson County Memorial Healthcare Center, Hallock, Saturday, Sept. 6, 2003.

Joe was born in Caribou Township, Kittson County, Feb. 2, 1921, son of Walter and Julia (Horosamovich) Boroski. He grew up in Caribou Township and attended country school. Joe served with the U.S. Army during WWII and was stationed in the Pacific Theatre.

On February 7, 1942, he married Olga Cerkowniak at Lancaster. The couple lived in California until Joe finished his military service. They returned to Minnesota and settled in Halma where they farmed for many years.

In addition to farming, Joe did carpentry work and continued with it after he retired from farming. Olga died July 22, 1971.

Joe married Joyce Flint in April 1972. She died in June, 1998.

He was a member of the Halma-Lake Bronson American Legion, and the Lake Bronson Lions Club.

Family members include four sons, Edward, Staples; David, Cannon City, Colo.; Robert (Dianne), Oslo; and Bernard (Sandy), Clarksville, Tenn.; two daughters, Dorothy Gantter, Andover, and Ruby (Ted) Olsonoski, Rogers; 12 grandchildren and one great grandchild; two brothers, John Boroski, Caribou, and Frank Boroski, Rockford, Ill.; three sisters, Mary Forfang, Hallock, Helen Mattson, Sterling, Ill., and Sophie Olsonawski, Lancaster; five step-children, Cathy (Richard) Englund, Lake Bronson, David Flint, Hutchinson, Judy (Roger) Davis, Lake Bronson, Danny Flint, Hutchinson, and Rita Flint, Warroad, as well as nieces and nephews.

Joe was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Mike and Anton and a sister, Angeline Praski.

Funeral services were held Monday, Sept. 8, 2003 at 10 a.m. in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Hallock.

Interment was in the Blessed Sacrament Cemetery, Greenbush.

Adamson-Austin-Hughes Funeral Home, Hallock, was in charge of arrangements.