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Vital Records (Newspaper) - January 30, 2002, Laurens, Iowa Jo PODUSKA age of died January at the Pocahontas Manor in Funeral services were on January at the Resurrection of Our Lord Catholic with Father Merle Kollasch Following the his body will be donated to the University of Iowa Medical Survivors include his Joe Sue Poduska of John Bonnie Poduska of Yara Philip Poduska of and Eric Poduska of Arizona Ellen Poduska of 1 Ruth Lawrence Powell of Ann of and Christine Dario Cordova Leyva of Colorado eight grandchildren and a brother Jerome Poduska of Paul was preceded in death by his parents and a Paul Joseph Poduska was born June in Pocahontas He was the son of and Agnes Kopriva He graduated Pocahontas High School in 1938 and attended Iowa State and Stanford Paul served from 1942 to 1946 in the Army during World War where he earned two Bronze On May Paul married Velma Johnson at The couple settled in Pocahontas where Paul farmed and worked as Clerk of Court for 16 retiring in Paul was a member of the Resurrection of Our Lord Catholic Church where he served as secretary for many He enjoyed collecting
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