The Death of Michael J. Danko, Jr.

My uncle, Michael J. Danko, died in 1981 from prostate cancer.

The Death Record for Michael J Danko Jr

The Death Record of Michael J. Danko, Jr.

SOURCE: The Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Registry of Vital Records and Statistics. Standard Certificate of Death. City of Worcester. 1981. Volume Unknown. Page 50576. Michael J. Danko.

Click on the link for a PDF copy of the Death Record of Michael J. Danko.  The records states:

  • Michael J. Danko, a white male, died on 19 Nov 1981 in his home at 15 Marion Avenue, Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts
  • His Social Security Number was 034-09-2107, he was a veteran of WWII
  • Michael was 68 years old at the time of death; he was born 13 Sep 1913 in Worcester, Massachusetts
  • He was married to Jean B. Skowronski; he was a carpenter in the carpentry industry, and he lived at 15 Marion Avenue, Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts 01604
  • His father was Michael Danko and his mother was Mary Dziwrzynski, both born in Poland
  • The informant was Michael’s wife, Jean B. Skowronski, of 15 Marion Avenue, Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts 01604
  • Michael was buried in Notre Dame Cemetery, Worcester, Massachusetts on 21 Nov 1981 by Henry V. Karolkiewicz of the Henry Funeral Service, 33 Ward Street, Worcester, Massachusetts
  • Michael died within 5 minutes of cardiopulmonary arrest due to uremia from which he suffered for 3 years, due to prostatic cancer from which he suffered for 8 years
  • No autopsy was performed and the case was not referred to the medical examiner
  • Michael’s death was certified on 19 Nov 1981 at 6 AM by Howard J. Alfred, M.D. of 119 Belmont Street, Worcester, Massachusetts 01605
  • The Burial Permit was issued 19 Sep 1981 by Arnold Gurwitz, MD, the Commissioner of Public Health
  • The Death Certificate was received and filed in the city of Worcester by Robert J. O’Keefe on 20 Nov 1981

Michael Danko’s Death Certificate shows that he was a veteran of World War II.  During that war, he served as a Shipfitter First Class in the United States Navy.

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