RAUPUK, Edward Joseph* 10378
- Born: 30 Aug 1922, Baltimore, MD 10057,10058,10378,10379,10380
- Marriage (1): CAMPBELL, Mary Margaret Patricia Ann*
- Died: 27 Sep 2015, Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel Co, MD
- Buried: 2 Oct 2015, Crownsville, Anne Arundel Co, MD
Other names for Edward were Ed, RAUPUK, Edw. J.,11559 RAUPUK, Edward 10057,10058,10063 and RAUPUK, Edward J. 10379,10380,10626,11554.,11560
Noted events in his life were:
• Alt. Birth, 31 Aug 1922, Baltimore, MD. 10061
• Census, 12 Apr 1930, Baltimore, MD. 10057
1) Raupuk, Sigmond, head of household, owns his home at 503 Newkirk Street, home valued at $3750, age 34, married, first married at 21, can read and write, born Poland, parents born Poland, spoke Polish before coming to U.S., immigrated to U.S. in 1912, citizenship status "Pa" [First Papers], speaks English, Rougher at Steel Mill
2) Raupuk, Sophia, wife, age 27, married, first married at 15, can read and write, born NJ, parents born Poland, no occupation
3) Raupuk, Leo, son, age 11, attends school, born PA, father born Poland, mother born NJ
4) Raupuk, Albert, son, age 9, born NJ, father born Poland, mother born NJ
5) Raupuk, Edward, son, age 7, attends school, born MD, father born Poland, mother born NJ
6) Raupuk, Jenevieve, daughter, age 6, born MD, father born Poland, mother born NJ
7) Raupuk, Milton, son, age 3 2/12, born MD, father born Poland, mother born NJ
8) Bialik, Charles, boarder, age 43, widow, can read and write, born Russia, father born Poland, mother born NJ, immigrated in 1909, Alien, speaks English, laborer in steel mill.
• Education: a Polish Catholic school. Half the classes were taught in English, half in Polish. Whenever a student gave an answer, the nun could ask that the answer be given in either language. Discipline at the school was very harsh, and Ed's parents took him out of the school after a nun broke his arm for not attending church. (recollections of Ed)
• Census, 6 Apr 1940, Baltimore, MD. 10058
1. Raupuk, Sygmund, head of household, owns his home at 503 Newkirk Street, valued at $2000, age 43, married, completed 4th grade, born Poland, alien, lived in same house on 1 April 1935, worked 32 hours of private or non-emergency Govt work during week of March 24-30, occupation roller in tinplate industry, a wage or salary worker in private work, worked 40 weeks in 1939, $1900 wages in 1939, no other income.
2. Raupuk, Sophie D., wife, age 37, married, completed 6th grade, born NJ, lived in same house on 1 April 1935, engaged in home housework, worked 0 weeks in 1939, $0 wages, received other income.
3. Raupuk, Leo, son, age 21, single, completed 8th grade, born PA, worked 40 hours of private or non-emergency Govt work during week of March 24-30, occupation laborer in nail mill, a wage or salary worker in private work, worked 32 weeks in 1939, $730 wages in 1939, no other income.
4. Raupuk, Albert, son, age 19, single, completed 2nd year of high school, born NJ, was seeking work during week of March 24-30, unemployed for 4 weeks, occupation "bale" in pipe mill, a wage or salary worker in private work, worked 28 weeks in 1939, $800 wages in 1939, no other income.
5. Raupuk, Edward, son, age 17, single, attending school, completed 3rd year of high school, born MD, in school, worked 0 weeks in 1939, $0 wages, no other income.
6. Raupuk, Jeanette, daughter, age 16, single, not attending school, completed 8th grade, born MD, was seeking work during week of March 24-30, unemployed for 52 weeks, new worker, worked 0 weeks in 1939, $0 wages in 1939, no other income, father born Poland, mother born NJ, Polish spoken in home in earliest childhood, not a child of a veteran, does not have a Social Security number, usual occupation waitress in cafeteria.
7. Raupuk, Milton, son, age 13, single, attending school, completed 5th grade, born MD.
There is a married couple, not related to Raupuks, paying rent at the same address, so possibly Sygmund and Sophie are renting out a room.
• Occupation: employee at Fairfield Ship Yard, 1942, Baltimore, MD. 10380
• Residence: 503 S. Newkirk Street, 1942, Baltimore, MD. 10380
• Appearance in Document: WW2 Draft Registration, 29 Jun 1942, Baltimore, MD. 10380
Edward J. Raupuk, resident of 503 S. Newkirk, Baltimore, MD, age 19, born 30 Aug 1922 in Baltimore, MD, contact Mrs. Sophie Raupuk, same address, employer Fairfield Ship Yard, Fairfield, MD, Baltimore, date 29 June 1942.
• Occupation: Shipfitter at Sparrows Point, bef Nov 1942, Baltimore, MD. 10378 Was ship fitter prior to World War II
• Military Service: Army Enlistment, 29 Dec 1942, Baltimore, MD. 11560 Name: Edward J. Raupuk, Birth Year: 1922, Race: White citizen (White), Nativity State or Country: Maryland, State of Residence: Maryland, Enlistment Date: 29 Dec 1942, Enlistment State: Maryland, Enlistment City: Baltimore, Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers USA, Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers USA, Grade: Private, Grade Code: Private, Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law, Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men), Source: Civil Life, Education: 4 years of high school, Civil Occupation: Unskilled contruction occupations, n.e.c., Marital Status: Single without dependents, Height: 67 Weight: 154.
• Occupation: Army soldier, Dec 1942. 10378 In US for 2 yrs, then Europe for a year, France, Germany, Czechoslovakia. Received Bronze Star. Got out in Mar 46.
• Occupation: Electrician at Bethlehem Steel at Sparrows Point Shipyard, Mar 1946, Baltimore, MD. 10378
• Residence: 503 S. Newkirk, 1950, Baltimore, MD. 11554
• Occupation: Maintenance man at bottle top factory, 1950. 11554
• Census, 6 Apr 1950, Baltimore, MD. 11554
1) Raupuk, Leo A., head, 31, never married, b PA, lives in house at 503 Newkirk, other work, not seeking work
2) Raupuk, Edward J., brother, 27, never married, b MD, worked 40 hrs as maintenance man at bottle top factory
3) Mellinger, Joseph, lodger, 51, separated, b Hungaria, naturalized citizen, worked 40 hrs as gas engineer at steel mill.
• Occupation: Electrician at US Coast Guard, 1956, Baltimore, MD. 11559 [Worked at Coast Guard yard, was not a member of the Coast Guard]
• Occupation: Electrician for City of Baltimore: Baltimore, MD. After working at Bethlehem Steel.
• Occupation: Electrician for State of Maryland: Baltimore, MD. After working for City of Baltimore.
• Residence: Brooklyn neighborhood, 1959, Baltimore, MD. Was living there when first daughter was born.
• Residence: 2787 Wegworth Lane, 1961, Baltimore, MD. Family moved to Lakeland neighborhood in 1961, 2 months after second daughter was born, day before Thanksgiving. Peggy couldn't cook the turkey she had because the oven wouldn't work. They had hot dogs instead.
• Residence: 2737 Wegworth Lane, 1984, Baltimore, MD. 10379
• Residence: 6604 Rapid Water Way Unit 101, 1992, Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel Co, MD. 10379 After all the children had left home, in Jan 1992 Peggy moved out of the house at Wegworth Lane and into her own condominium in Pasadena, Maryland. Soon after, Ed sold the house on Wegworth Lane and moved to an apartment in Glen Burnie, Maryland.
• Religion: Catholic. 10378
• Obituary, 28 Sep 2015, Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel Co, MD.
Edward Joseph Raupuk, 93, of Glen Burnie passed away on September 27, 2015. Edward was born in 1922 in Baltimore, Maryland. He served in the US Army during World War II in the front line Infantry during the European Campaign. Edward was also a recipient of the Bronze Star. He later worked for the State of Maryland, from which he retired after 40 years of service. Edward was a member of the VFW. He was an avid Baltimore Orioles and Baltimore Ravens fan.
Mr. Raupuk is survived by five daughters, Terry Lindley and her husband Les, Helen Mulford and her husband Michael, Trudy Sweet and her husband David, Sandra Galloway and her husband Kip, and Nancy O'Neill and her husband Kevin; seven grandchildren, David Sweet, Jr., Matthew Sweet, Joseph Galloway, Robert Sweet, Brian Galloway, Michael P. Mulford and Sandra Sweet; and one great-granddaughter, Morgan Sweet.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Zygmund and Sophia Raupuk and his siblings.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to a Veterans Charity of your choice.
[This obituary was posted at the Singleton Funeral & Cremation Services site http://www.singletonfuneralhome.com/obituaries/Edward-Raupuk/#!/Obituary ]
Edward married Mary Margaret Patricia Ann* CAMPBELL, daughter of Thomas Edward* CAMPBELL and Mary Joseph Agnes* KINSEY. (Mary Margaret Patricia Ann* CAMPBELL was born on 17 Mar 1933 in Washington, DC 10086,10370,10371 and died on 27 Sep 2013 in Baltimore, MD 5649.)
Noted events in their marriage were:
• Story. Ed met Peggy on blind date. (recollections of Ed)