Allan L KuchAge: 88 years1889–1978
- Allan L Kuch
|Birth|| February 13, 1889|
|Census|| 1920 (Age 30 years)|
Source: 1920 US Federal Census
|Death of a wife||Hilda Marie Jensen|
April 2, 1974 (Age 85 years)
|Burial of a wife||Hilda Marie Jensen|
after April 2, 1974 (Age 85 years)
Note: Restlawn Memorial Park Cemetery: Find A Grave Memorial# 50698918
|Death|| January 19, 1978 (Age 88 years)|
Source: Texas State Vital Records
|Burial|| January 23, 1978 (4 days after death)|
Note: Restlawn Memorial Park Cemetery; Find A Grave Memorial# 50698892
Restlawn Memorial Park Cemetery; Find A Grave Memorial# 50698892
In the 1920 US Federal Census for Kelly Field, Bexar, Texas, 31-year-old Michigan-born Allan L Kuch is a corporal in the US Army. Hes married but his wife is not living on base. He is literate and speaks English, His parents were born in Germany.
Allan L Kuch, born 13 Feb 1889 in Michigan, died 19 Jan 1978 in Midland County, Texas. His last address of record was Midland, Midland, Texas 79701 and his last benefit was paid to Coffeyville, Montgomery, Kansas 67337. He had applied for his Social Security number in Kansas before 1951.
Allan L Kuch is buried in Restlawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Coffeyville, Montgomery, Kansas.
Obituary Coffeyville (Kansas) Journal, January 20, 1978, page 2 Allen Kuch Allan L. Kuch, 90, of Midland, Texas, a former resident of Coffeyville, died Thursday afternoon at his home. Allan L. Kuch was born Feb. 13, 1887 in Jackson County, Michigan, in a log cabin, the son of William L. and Marie (Mohr) Kuch. He was an active player for the Akron Bulldogs which later became the Green Bay Packers. He enlisted in the U. S. Cavalry in 1913. He served in the First Tank Corp. under the command of General George Patton and fought in three major battles. He was discharged in 1919. He married Hilda Marie Jensen on July 8, 1919 at Rockford, Ill. The couple moved to Sedalia, Mo. shortly after their marriage and to Coffeyville in 1929. He worked for Robinson Packing Co., OCS and was a machinist for Jensen Bros. Mfg. Co. He retired in 1954. Mrs. Kuch [word missing; died?] April 2, 1974 in Midland. He was a member of the Coffeyville VFW Post No. 1002. Survivors include a son, Allan L. Kuch, Jr., Midland; two daughters, Mrs. Henry (Vynetta) Hudson, Erie, Pa., and Mrs. Gordon (Audrey) Shifrin, Malibu, Calif.; 12 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the Ford Funeral Service Colonial Chapel with burial in Restlawn Memorial Park Cemetery.