The Columbus (Nebraska) Daily Telegram, January 3, 1928, page 6
Succumbs to Illness -- Frank C. Kudron, 1810 Twelfth street, Burlington track department employee, died at St. Mary's hospital yesterday of typhoid pneumonia. He was taken ill a month ago and had been at the hospital the past two weeks. Funeral services were held at 10 o'clock this morning at St. Anthony's church, Rev. Fr. Sigismund, officiating, and burial was made in the Catholic cemetery. He was born in Poland, June 20, 1901, and came to America with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kudron in 1907. On Feb. 11, 1924, he married Miss Rose Czarnek, at Krakow. He is survived by his wife and one daughter, Valoria (sic). He also leaves his parents, two brothers and three sisters, Andrew, of Sioux City, John, of Genoa, Mrs. Stanley [Martha] Galus of Monroe, Mrs. Joseph [Katherine] Spes of Clearwater, and Mrs. Charles [Anna] Tragarz of Shelby. The pallbearers were: Charles Kula, John Boro, John Podgurski, Jake Armatis, Martin Shotkoski and C. Kula.