Paul John Grisez1875 - 1946 (70 years)
Documents Paul John (P. J.) Grisez obituary 1946
Name Paul John Grisez Born 11 Apr 1875 Ohio Gender Male Died Mar 1946 Louisville, Stark County, Ohio  Buried St. Louis Catholic Church Cemetery, Louisville, Stark County, OH  Person ID I773 Larry and Carole King Murray Tree Last Modified 25 Apr 2019
Father Frank X. Grisez, b. 1846, Ohio , d. 1913 (Age 67 years) Relationship natural Mother Mary Cecelia Gerardat, b. 21 Sep 1849, Louisville, Stark County, Ohio , d. 11 Feb 1925 (Age 75 years) Relationship natural Family ID F11386 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Rose Louise Rebillot, b. Feb 1877, Ohio , d. 17 Dec 1946, Stark County, Ohio (Age ~ 69 years) Married 4 Jun 1901 Stark County, Ohio  Children 1. Helen Agnes Grisez, b. 25 Apr 1902, Louisville, Stark County, OH , d. 22 May 1994, Louisville, Stark County, Ohio (Age 92 years) [natural] 2. Josephine R. Grisez, b. 1 Jul 1904, Ohio , d. 21 Apr 1991, Pennsylvania (Age 86 years) [natural] 3. Margaret M. Grisez, b. Abt 1907, Ohio , d. 16 Jan 1958 (Age ~ 51 years) [natural] 4. John Paul Grisez, b. Abt 1908, Ohio , d. 22 Dec 1970, Alexandria, Virginia (Age ~ 62 years) [natural] 5. Thomas R. Grisez, b. 29 Nov 1910, Louisville, Stark County, OH , d. 28 Mar 1999, Ohio (Age 88 years) [natural] 6. Catherine R. Grisez, b. 1 Nov 1912, Stark County, Ohio , d. 17 Aug 1994, Bergen County, New Jersey (Age 81 years) [natural] 7. Richard Francis Grisez, b. 25 Feb 1916, Louisville, Stark County, Ohio , d. 11 Sep 1992, Stark County, Ohio (Age 76 years) [natural] 8. Living Grisez [natural] Last Modified 25 Apr 2019 Family ID F2954 Group Sheet | Family Chart
- Obituary published in the Louisville Herald on 3/7/1946 (pg. 1): P. J. GRISEZ, RETIRED RAILWAY CLERK, DIES 3rd District Chief Clerk Began Career In 1898 Paul J. Grisez, 71, a retired railway mail official associated with the postal railway service 46 years, died Sunday morning at his home at 218 W. Gorgas st, Louisville. Mr. Grisez entered the postal service in 1898, retiring two years ago. He had been chief clerk for the third district with offices in Crestline and was one of the best known railway clerks in this part of the country. Mr. Grisez was born near Maximo and spent the greater part of his life in that vicinity. He was a member of St. Louis Catholic Church and Holy Name Society and was a charter member of Louisville Council, Knights of Columbus. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Rose Grisez; four daughters, Mrs. Helen Michel of Louisville, Mrs. Catherine Woodin of the home, Mrs. Margaret Sluss of Alliance and Sister Mary Jude of Lourdes Academny, Cleveland; four sons, Thomas of Louisville, Richard and Ted of the home and John Grisez of Cincinnati; two sisters, Mrs. Frank Salerin of Alliance and Mrs. Linus Tournoux of Canton; three brothers, William of Cleveland, Frank of Louisville and Eugene Grisez of Alliance, and six grandchildren. A solemn requiem High Mass was sung Wednesday at 10 a.m. in St. Louis Church. Burial in St. Louis Cemetery.