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  1. Samuel5 Marvin ORECK: Birth: 13 JUL 1909 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota. Death: 20 JUL 1996 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California

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  3. Irene5 ORECKOVSKY: Birth: 3 JUN 1914 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota. Death: 5 MAR 1974 in Northridge, California


Sources
1. Title:   World Family Tree European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1
Page:   Tree #0447
Author:   Br�derbund Software, Inc.
Publication:   Release date: September 15, 1997
2. Title:   OneWorldTree

Notes
a. Note:   [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Mar 11, 2003]
  John immigrated to America 1886. 1891 Duluth City Directory: JOHN ORECKOVSKY, laborer, boards 111 rear 116 1st av E [with his parent 1901 Duluth City Directory: JOHN ORECKOVSKY, driver, Silberstein & Bondy Co., boards 712 W. Superior [with parents] MARRIAGE RECORD (Microfilm, Book 332 or T32, Pg 262, Duluth): John Orekovsky and Bessie Batonick were married in Duluth, MN on 14 June 1908 by Rabbi I.S. Teplitz. The record was signed in the presence of J. Helperin and L. Casmir. 1920 U.S. CENSUS: John's family is not found in Minnesota or California. In 1921, John shortened his name to ORECK. John and Bessie moved to Los Angeles in 1922. 1924 Los Angeles City Directory: JOHN ORECK, salesman, h. 4136-1/2 Woodlawn av John was a salesman for the Paddock Saddlery Company in Los Angeles for many years. "Uncle John had a wonderful, wonderful sense of humor. I just loved him." (Lillian Steinberg Alpert, Is Alpert's wife, 1994)
  "My grandfather, John, was a wonderful man. He was a quite kind and gentle. His wife, Grandma Bessie, was my best friend. I always took my dates by to meet her." (Stuart Oreck, 1994) CERTIFICATE OF DEATH: John N. Oreck, about 71, d. 22 April 1952, Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, Los Angeles, CA; b. about 1881, Russia; married, Bessie Oreck; salesman, men's wear; father, Israel Oreckovsky, b. Russia; mother, Sarah Shapiro, b. Russia; informant, Sam Oreck; cause, thrombosis abdominal aorta, due to resection of terminal aorta, thrombo obliterative atheromatosis; autopsy revealed thrombo-atheromatosis obliteration; buried Beth Olam Cemetery, Los Angeles, 24 April 1952 [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Mar 22, 2003]
  John immigrated to America 1886. 1891 Duluth City Directory: JOHN ORECKOVSKY, laborer, boards 111 rear 116 1st av E [with his parent 1901 Duluth City Directory: JOHN ORECKOVSKY, driver, Silberstein & Bondy Co., boards 712 W. Superior [with parents] MARRIAGE RECORD (Microfilm, Book 332 or T32, Pg 262, Duluth): John Orekovsky and Bessie Batonick were married in Duluth, MN on 14 June 1908 by Rabbi I.S. Teplitz. The record was signed in the presence of J. Helperin and L. Casmir. 1920 U.S. CENSUS: John's family is not found in Minnesota or California. In 1921, John shortened his name to ORECK. John and Bessie moved to Los Angeles in 1922. 1924 Los Angeles City Directory: JOHN ORECK, salesman, h. 4136-1/2 Woodlawn av John was a salesman for the Paddock Saddlery Company in Los Angeles for many years. "Uncle John had a wonderful, wonderful sense of humor. I just loved him." (Lillian Steinberg Alpert, Is Alpert's wife, 1994)
  "My grandfather, John, was a wonderful man. He was a quite kind and gentle. His wife, Grandma Bessie, was my best friend. I always took my dates by to meet her." (Stuart Oreck, 1994) CERTIFICATE OF DEATH: John N. Oreck, about 71, d. 22 April 1952, Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, Los Angeles, CA; b. about 1881, Russia; married, Bessie Oreck; salesman, men's wear; father, Israel Oreckovsky, b. Russia; mother, Sarah Shapiro, b. Russia; informant, Sam Oreck; cause, thrombosis abdominal aorta, due to resection of terminal aorta, thrombo obliterative atheromatosis; autopsy revealed thrombo-atheromatosis obliteration; buried Beth Olam Cemetery, Los Angeles, 24 April 1952 [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Dec 30, 2003]
  John immigrated to America 1886. 1891 Duluth City Directory: JOHN ORECKOVSKY, laborer, boards 111 rear 116 1st av E [with his parent 1901 Duluth City Directory: JOHN ORECKOVSKY, driver, Silberstein & Bondy Co., boards 712 W. Superior [with parents] MARRIAGE RECORD (Microfilm, Book 332 or T32, Pg 262, Duluth): John Orekovsky and Bessie Batonick were married in Duluth, MN on 14 June 1908 by Rabbi I.S. Teplitz. The record was signed in the presence of J. Helperin and L. Casmir. 1920 U.S. CENSUS: John's family is not found in Minnesota or California. In 1921, John shortened his name to ORECK. John and Bessie moved to Los Angeles in 1922. 1924 Los Angeles City Directory: JOHN ORECK, salesman, h. 4136-1/2 Woodlawn av John was a salesman for the Paddock Saddlery Company in Los Angeles for many years. "Uncle John had a wonderful, wonderful sense of humor. I just loved him." (Lillian Steinberg Alpert, Is Alpert's wife, 1994)
  "My grandfather, John, was a wonderful man. He was a quite kind and gentle. His wife, Grandma Bessie, was my best friend. I always took my dates by to meet her." (Stuart Oreck, 1994) CERTIFICATE OF DEATH: John N. Oreck, about 71, d. 22 April 1952, Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, Los Angeles, CA; b. about 1881, Russia; married, Bessie Oreck; salesman, men's wear; father, Israel Oreckovsky, b. Russia; mother, Sarah Shapiro, b. Russia; informant, Sam Oreck; cause, thrombosis abdominal aorta, due to resection of terminal aorta, thrombo obliterative atheromatosis; autopsy revealed thrombo-atheromatosis obliteration; buried Beth Olam Cemetery, Los Angeles, 24 April 1952


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