Rezac, Albert.


Rezac, Albert. (Regac, Rezak); b. April 20, 1893, Brezova Hora, Czechoslovakia, Naturalized citizen July 1928, Chicago, Illinois; Czechoslovakian American; 8th grade education; Married Anna Stopka (1896-?) on February 13, 1918 in Denver, Colorado, daughter Magarethe Rezac (1917-2004) and son Edward Rezac (1924-1932); Baker; CP 1931, unit organizer; Received Passport# 5024 Chicago series on April 27, 1937 which listed his address as 1648 West 20th Street, Chicago, Illinois; Sailed May 7, 1937 aboard the American Farmer; Arrived in Spain on June 6, 1937; Served with the XV BDE, Mackenzie-Papineau BN in Training; To front as a draft to XV BDE (?), August 12, 1937-January 1 or 24, 1938; Sent to rear due to illness; Served at Quinto, Belchite, Fuentes del Ebro, and Teruel; Returned to the US on September 24, 1938 aboard the President Harding; d. October 5, 1972, Hickory Hills, Cook County, Illinois, buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Barrington, Illinois.
Sources: Scope of Soviet Activity; Cadre; Mac-Paps; RGASPI; L-W Tree Ancestry; Find- a-Grave #205791063. Code A1