Their love produced Felix, Pauline &
Victor all of whom enjoyed the
love of their parents. They were born in Wroconta, Krasno, Galicia Poland. Whatever made the children decide to leave their
native soil and love of their parents we perhaps will never know. They did decide to leave at an early age and like so many
other immigrants they began a frieghtening journey into a land where people neither understood them or their language.
did however, eventually find other people like themselves all immigrants trying to start a better life in a new
together they made America stronger.
Felix, Pauline and Victor arrived in Chicago, Illinois; where Felix met and married
Mary Piotrowska. Pauline never married to my knowledge and it is unknown as to what had happened to Victor. The family story
is that one day Felix and Victor had an argument and Victor left, never to see his brother again.
Felix (January 18, 1891 - July 15, 1947) and Mary (Piotrowska)
September 08, 1892 - October 07, 1945) had four children they were:
Thaddeus Isadore Stojak (August 15, 1916 - February
Helen Irene Stojak (September 24, 1917 - September 07, 2002),
Stanley Victor Stojak (July 15, 1919 - July
11, 1996) &
Edwin Maurice Stojak (December 02, 1930 - May 27, 1975).
Thaddeus never married, he led a solitary
life and had a great love for baseball. He was the catalyst that kept the family together. He made sure all the family members
were kept notified of family marriages & deaths.
Helen married Matthew Stano and together their children were:
Patricia Marie Stano &
Robert Matthew Stano.
Stanley married Orabelle (Clemmons) and together their
Kristina Stojak &
Kristina married Thomas Polak,
Edwin married Yolanda (Frulla) and together their children were:
Michael Stojak married ?
Marie Stojak married John Banks &
Edwin Joseph Stojak married ? & had two children