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Daniel Jason "Suds" Sudeikis

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Daniel Jason "Suds" SudeikisDaniel Jason "Suds" Sudeikis

    Daniel — Kay "Kay Bo" Cannon. [Group Sheet]


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Daniel Joseph "Dan" Sudeikis

    Daniel — Kathryn "Kathy" Wendt. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Kathryn "Kathy" Wendt
    Children:
    1. 1. Daniel Jason "Suds" Sudeikis
    2. Kristen A. Sudeikis
    3. Lindsay Sudeikis


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Stanley Philip Sudeikis, Jr. was born 26 May 1915, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; was christened 2 Jun 1915, Church of the Holy Cross, Chicago, Cook Co., IL (son of Stanley Walter Sudeikis, Sr. and Michalina "Minnie" "Emma" Bielska); died 16 May 1948, Cook County Hospital, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; was buried 19 May 1948, Saint Casimir Lithuanian Catholic Cemetery, Chicago, Cook Co., IL.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Cook County, Illinois, Birth Certificates Index, 1871-1922
    Name : Stanley Sudeikis
    Birth Date : 26 May 1915
    Birth Place : Cook, Illinois
    Ethnicity : American
    Gender : Male
    Race : White
    Father Name : Stanley Sudeikis
    Father's Age : 22
    Mother Name : Minnie Bielska
    Mother's Age : 20
    FHL Film Number : 1288353

    Christened:
    Illinois, Chicago, Catholic Church Records, 1833-1925
    Church of the Holy Cross, Baptisms 1914-1915, p. 115, #894
    Stanislaus Philippus, filius, 4608 Wood Str., Chicago, Ill.
    Baptized : 2 Juin 1915
    Born : 26 Mai 1915.

    Parents :
    Stanislaus Sudeika, born Lithuania
    Michalina Bielska, born Lithuania

    Witnesses:
    Casimirus Filipavice
    Theda Bielska

    Baptized by Casimir Skrypko

    He married Edna V. Gay, Sept. 25, 1945 at St. Rita Church, 6243 So. Fairfield, by Rev. John P. Reidy, osa.

    Name:
    His middle name "Philip" appears in his baptism record in Holy Cross Church.

    Stanley married Edna Veronica Gay 25 Sep 1945, St. Rita of Cascia Catholic Church, Chicago, Cook Co., IL. Edna (daughter of George Ervin Gay and Anna Josephine McCall) was born 25 Oct 1911, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died 25 Oct 1996, Overland Park, Johnson Co., KS; was buried Aft 25 Oct 1996, Resurrection Catholic Cemetery, Lenexa, Johnson Co., KS. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Edna Veronica GayEdna Veronica Gay was born 25 Oct 1911, Chicago, Cook Co., IL (daughter of George Ervin Gay and Anna Josephine McCall); died 25 Oct 1996, Overland Park, Johnson Co., KS; was buried Aft 25 Oct 1996, Resurrection Catholic Cemetery, Lenexa, Johnson Co., KS.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Cook County, Illinois, Birth Certificates Index, 1871-1922
    Name:Edna Veronica Gay
    Birth Date:25 Oct 1911
    Ethnicity:American
    Gender:Female
    Race:White
    Father Name:George Irving Gay
    Father's Birth Place:La Mont, Illinois
    Father's Age:31
    Mother Name:Anna Josephine Mccall
    Mother's Birth Place:Chicago, Illinois
    Mother's Age:31
    FHL Film Number:1288222
    ______________________________

    Cook County, Illinois, Birth Certificates Index, 1871-1922
    Name:Edna Veronica Gay
    Birth Date:25 Oct 1911
    Ethnicity:Canadian
    Gender:Female
    Race:White
    Father Name:George I Gay
    Mother Name:Anna J McCall
    FHL Film Number:1315051

    1930 Census:
    Ward 15, ED 588, sheet 33A
    6234 South Francisco Avenue
    Gay, George     Head   M  W  49   Md  24   Illinois    IL                        IL                            Shipper - Ry Ex Agency
    ---, Anna           Wife     F  W  49  Md  24   England  Irish Free State  England  1882 Na
    ---, George         Son    M  W  21  S           Illinois      IL                        England                 Stock Clerk - Auto Motors Mfg
    ---, Elinor            Dau     F  W  20  S           Illinois      IL                        England                 Stenographer - Life Insurance
    ---, Edna             Dau     F  W  18  S           Illinois      IL                        England
    ---, Louise          Dau     F  W  12  S           Illinois      IL                        England
    ---, Virginia         Dau    F   W    7  S           Illinois      IL                        England

    Buried:
    Gram, Section Charity Gdn, Row 08

    Notes:

    Married:
    There is a notation on Stanley's baptism record in Holy Cross Church that he and Edna Gay were married on 25 September 1945 in St. Rita Church.

    Children:
    1. Anne Louise Sudeikis was born 13 Feb 1945; died 23 Dec 1998, Berwyn, Cook Co., IL; was buried Aft 23 Dec 1998, Resurrection Catholic Cemetery, Lenexa, Johnson Co., KS.
    2. 2. Daniel Joseph "Dan" Sudeikis

  3. 6.  George Robert Wendt, Sr. was born 8 Jan 1923, ____, Cook Co., IL; died 15 Jun 1993, Newport, Newport Co., RI; was buried 19 Jun 1993, St. Mary Cemetery, Evergreen Park, Cook Co., IL.

    Notes:

    Obituary:
    George R. Wendt, Realtor

    George R. Wendt, a South Side Realtor and veteran Navy officer who was the father of George Wendt Jr. of TV's "Cheers," died Tuesday in Newport, R.I. He was 70 years old.

    The Beverly resident was attending the Naval War College's annual current strategy forum at the invitation of the secretary of the Navy.

    Mr. Wendt owned William H. Wendt Inc., a realty firm at 9933 S. Western that was founded by his father in 1921. His son, who played Norm Peterson in the former sitcom, once worked there.

    "He worked with me in real estate and hated it," Mr. Wendt once told a newspaper reporter. "Then he went to Second City and enjoyed that."

    The elder Mr. Wendt appeared in several "Cheers" episodes, something his family said he was very proud of.

    Mr. Wendt's naval career spanned five decades, and he retired as a captain. He joined the Navy while attending the University of Notre Dame. As an ensign during World War II, he served with the South Pacific fleet and participated in the Okinawa invasion.

    He returned stateside in February, 1946, and married Loret, the daughter of newspaper photographer Tom Howard. Mr. Wendt was sent to Europe 30 days later and served in naval intelligence until being discharged in December. For the next 37 years, he served in the naval reserves, retiring in 1983.

    In 1992, the Illinois Vietnam Veterans Leadership Program named him its man of the year.

    A graduate of Leo High School, he earned a degree in business administration from Notre Dame after his military hitch.

    Mr. Wendt was commander of the Illinois Commandry of the 100-year-old Naval Order of the United States. His other memberships included the Illinois Naval Militia, Navy League of the United States and Naval Order of the United States. He was a director of Beverly Bank.

    Besides his wife and son, he is survived by four daughters, Kathryn Sudeikis, Loretta Jolivette, Marty Doherty and Nancy Healy; two other sons, Tom and Paul, and 19 grandchildren.

    Visitation will be from 3 to 9 p.m. today at Kenny Brothers, 3600 W. 95th St., Evergreen Park. Mass will be offered at noon tomorrow at Christ the King Catholic Church, 9235 S. Hamilton. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, West 87th and South Hamlin, Evergreen Park.

    George married Loretta Mary "Loret" Howard Feb 1946. Loretta was born 5 Dec 1922, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died 25 Jul 2010, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; was buried 30 Jul 2010, St. Mary Cemetery, Evergreen Park, Cook Co., IL. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Loretta Mary "Loret" Howard was born 5 Dec 1922, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died 25 Jul 2010, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; was buried 30 Jul 2010, St. Mary Cemetery, Evergreen Park, Cook Co., IL.

    Notes:

    Obituary:
    Loretta M. Wendt
    Wendt, Loretta M. (nee Howard), age 87, beloved wife of the late George R. Wendt. Loving mother of Kathryn (Dan) Sudeikis, George R. Wendt, Jr. (Bernadette Birkett), Loretta (Greg) Jolivette, Marti (Jim) Doherty, Nancy (Bill) Healy, Thomas Howard Wendt (Linda Metz), Paul (Cathy) Wendt and the late baby Karen and baby Mary Ann Wendt. "NANA" was most especially loved by her 23 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. Loret was a dedicated supporter of Little Company of Mary Hospital who was honored at the Crystal Heart Ball in 2003 for over 50 years of fund raising efforts and volunteer work. Family and friends will gather at Christ the King Church 9235 S. Hamilton Ave. On Thursday July 29th for visitation from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Mass of the Resurrection at 6 p.m. Committal service and Interment Friday 11 a.m. at St. Mary Cemetery. Memorials to Little Company of Mary Hospital Foundation 2800 W. 95th St. Evergreen Park, IL 60805 are most appreciated. For Information: Heeney-Laughlin Funeral Directors 708-636-5500.

    Obituary:
    LORETTA WENDT: Mother of actor George Wendt
    Grandmother of 'SNL' writer, performer known for her practical jokes
    July 29, 2010
    BY MIKE THOMAS Staff Reporter

    Loretta Wendt was the go-to person for parties and church events, says son George Wendt.

    If Loretta Wendt had been born in a different era, the longtime Beverly resident might have become a celebrated comedienne like Tina Fey, according to her famously funny son, actor George Wendt of "Cheers" renown.

    Mrs. Wendt -- Loret or "Nana" to those who knew her -- died Sunday at home, surrounded by many members of her family, to whom she had dispensed a few bits of final wisdom and then bade individual goodbyes.

    "She was the go-to person for skits or song parodies or things like that for birthday parties and parish events at Christ the King," George Wendt said, referring to the South Side church to which his devout mother belonged for many decades.

    When it came to funny business, Mrs. Wendt could receive as well as she gave.

    "While she certainly was tremendous in her output of doing funny things, I always benefitted more from her appreciation of funny things and funny people," said her grandson Jason Sudeikis, a writer and performer on NBC's "Saturday Night Live." "She was just a really good laugher."

    An enthusiastic practical joker, too. Even food held pranking potential -- and sometimes footwear. Mrs. Wendt, 87, was known to bury an old shoe inside a plate of spaghetti or a cake or a tray of lasagna that she'd made for friends.

    And those friends would reciprocate -- a gag that went on for years.

    On occasion, Mrs. Wendt liked dressing in traditional nun's garb, as she did last fall for one of her son's book-signings.

    But while Mrs. Wendt was lively and witty and fun-loving, "She was nobody's fool," George Wendt said. "If you got on her bad side, she had a very sharp tongue."

    An only child and the daughter of celebrated newspaper photographer Tom Howard -- who spent part of his career at the Chicago Sun-Times and was famous for sneaking an ankle-mounted camera into the 1928 Sing Sing electric chair execution of murderer Ruth Snyder -- Mrs. Wendt was born at St. Bernard Hospital in the Englewood neighborhood.

    She moved as a young girl to Washington, D.C., where her father became chief White House photographer, and then to Detroit before settling back in Chicago. In February 1946, having graduated from Academy of Our Lady (also known as Longwood Academy) and Mundelein College, she married the late George R. Wendt Sr. They had nine kids, two of whom died as infants.

    Mrs. Wendt began volunteering at and doing fund-raising for Little Company of Mary Hospital in Evergreen Park. She continued doing so for more than half a century. In addition to working with young mothers and helping organize philanthropic events, she was instrumental in the hospital's humor program -- as a financial donor and otherwise.

    Mary Jo May, a friend and executive director of the hospital's fund-raising foundation, said Mrs. Wendt "was a consummate people person, and she loved having people around her."

    That was true to the end. After making sure that a priest stopped by to administer the last rites and doing some video Skyping with her grandkids, after saying many farewells and eating her regular evening snack of sliced canned peaches and cream cheese and blue-corn chips, Mrs. Wendt began reciting a favorite prayer and died soon after.

    Her famous son joked: "She stage-managed the whole thing."

    Other survivors include daughters Kathryn Sudeikis, Loretta Jolivette, Marti Doherty and Nancy Healy; sons Thomas and Paul; 23 grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.

    Visitation will be from 3 to 6 p.m. today at Christ the King Church, 9235 S. Hamilton, followed by a mass at 6 p.m.

    Children:
    1. 3. Kathryn "Kathy" Wendt
    2. George Robert Wendt, Jr.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Stanley Walter Sudeikis, Sr. was born Abt 1893, Žvingiai, Šilal?, Taurage, Lithuania; died Unknown.

    Notes:

    Birth:
    Both his 1900 ship passenger list, and his 1914 church marriage record, mention that he came from Zvingiai, Lithuania. That is probably his place of birth. (PJB)

    Name:
    Does anyone know where the middle name "Walter" appears? (PJB)

    Stanley married Michalina "Minnie" "Emma" Bielska 20 Aug 1914, Chicago, Cook Co., IL. Michalina (daughter of John Bielskis and Anna Genduain) was born Abt 1897, Raseiniu, Raseiniai, ____, Lithuania; died 30 Sep 1947, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; was buried 4 Oct 1947, Saint Casimir Lithuanian Catholic Cemetery, Chicago, Cook Co., IL. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Michalina "Minnie" "Emma" Bielska was born Abt 1897, Raseiniu, Raseiniai, ____, Lithuania (daughter of John Bielskis and Anna Genduain); died 30 Sep 1947, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; was buried 4 Oct 1947, Saint Casimir Lithuanian Catholic Cemetery, Chicago, Cook Co., IL.
    Children:
    1. 4. Stanley Philip Sudeikis, Jr. was born 26 May 1915, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; was christened 2 Jun 1915, Church of the Holy Cross, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died 16 May 1948, Cook County Hospital, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; was buried 19 May 1948, Saint Casimir Lithuanian Catholic Cemetery, Chicago, Cook Co., IL.
    2. Michalina Sudeikis was born 20 Jan 1921, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died Bef 1930.

  3. 10.  George Ervin Gay was born 4 Jul 1879, Sag Bridge, Cook Co., IL; was christened 20 Jul 1879, Lockport, Will Co., IL (son of Thomas Gay and Mary Connors); died 26 Mar 1950, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; was buried 1 Apr 1950, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Alsip, Cook Co., IL.

    Notes:

    Christened:
    Will County, Illinois, Saint Dennis Catholic Church Vital Records, 1852-1951
    Name:George Irving Gay
    Record Type:Baptism
    Birth Date:4 Jul 1879
    Baptism Date:20 Jul 1879
    Baptism Place:Lockport, Will, Illinois
    Father's Name:Thomas Gay
    Mother's Name:Mary Connors

    1910 Census:
    Ward 30, ED 1315, sheets 1A-1B
    5407 La Salle St.
    Gay, George E.        Head  M  W  30        M1  4           IL            IL          IL                       Conductor - Express Wagon
    ---, Anna                  Wife   F   W  29        M1  4  3  3   England  Ireland  England   1900
    ---, Margaret             Dau   F   W    4         S                 IL            IL          England
    -----  Sheet 1B  -----
    Gay, George E.          Son  M  W  2           S                 IL            IL          England
    ---, Elinor F.                Dau   F  W      4/12  S                 IL            IL          England
    McCall, Philip J.  Bro. Law  M  W  27         S                 IL            Ireland   England                Constructor - Ry Signal
    ---, Mary A.        Sis. Law  F   W  22         S                 IL            Ireland   England                Operator - Telephone

    World War I Draft Registration:
    George Ervn Gay, age 38, White, Native born, born July 4, 1880, Sagg Bridge, Ill.
    Res: 424 W 23rd St, Chicago
    Occ: Scaiffer T. RR Express, American R R Express, 31 W. Monroe St., Chicago.
    Nearest Relative: Mrs. W. W. Wiley, Sister, Seattle, Washington
    Physical: Right ear deaf

    1930 Census:
    Ward 15, ED 588, sheet 33A
    6234 South Francisco Avenue
    Gay, George     Head   M  W  49   Md  24   Illinois    IL                        IL                            Shipper - Ry Ex Agency
    ---, Anna           Wife     F  W  49  Md  24   England  Irish Free State  England  1882 Na
    ---, George         Son    M  W  21  S           Illinois      IL                        England                 Stock Clerk - Auto Motors Mfg
    ---, Elinor            Dau     F  W  20  S           Illinois      IL                        England                 Stenographer - Life Insurance
    ---, Edna             Dau     F  W  18  S           Illinois      IL                        England
    ---, Louise          Dau     F  W  12  S           Illinois      IL                        England
    ---, Virginia         Dau    F   W    7  S           Illinois      IL                        England

    World War II Draft Registration:
    George Ervin Gay, age 62, Born July 4, 1879, Sagg Bridge, Ill.
    Res: 6234, So. Francisco Ave. , Chicago, Cook Co., IL, Telephone Hemlock 8239
    Contact Name: Al. Stoller (Grocer) 63rd between Franciso & Richmond, Chicago
    Employer: Railway Express Agency, 817 So. Wells Str. Chicago.

    Obituary:
    George L. Gay
    George L. Gay , late of 6234 S. Francisco avenue, beloved husband of the late Anna, nee McCall; loving father of Margaret Mudlaff, George J., Elinor Krieger , Edna Sudeikis, Louise O'Keefe, and Virginia Haas, fond brother of Edna Wiley. Funeral Saturday, April 1, at 10:30 a.m. from parlors, 2701 W. 63d street at Washtenaw avenue to St. Rita's church. Interment Holy Sepulchre. PRospect 6-8300.

    Died:
    Cook County, Illinois Death Index, 1908-1988
    Name:George Gay
    Death Date:10 Feb 1952
    Death Location:Cook County, IL
    File Number:6008996
    Archive collection name:Cook County Genealogy Records (Deaths)
    Archive repository location:Chicago, IL
    Archive repository name:Cook County Clerk

    George married Anna Josephine McCall 11 Oct 1905, Chicago, Cook Co., IL. Anna (daughter of Peter McCall and Margaret Ann Leavy) was born Abt Mar 1881, Manchester, Lancashire, England, UK; died 16 Jul 1948, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; was buried 19 Jul 1948, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Alsip, Cook Co., IL. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Anna Josephine McCall was born Abt Mar 1881, Manchester, Lancashire, England, UK (daughter of Peter McCall and Margaret Ann Leavy); died 16 Jul 1948, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; was buried 19 Jul 1948, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Alsip, Cook Co., IL.

    Notes:

    1900 Census:
    Town of Lake, Ward 30, ED 941, sheets 12B-13A
    5812 Union Avenue
    McCall, Peter      Head  M  W  June  1846  53  Md  24            Ireland    Ireland  Ireland    1882  18  Na   Caterer?
    ---, Margaret       Wife   F  W  Feb    1855  45  Md  24   5  5   England  Ireland  Ireland    1882  18
    -----  sheet 13A  -----
    McCall, Bernard   Son   M  W  Feb    1880  20  S                    England  Ireland  England  1882 18          Teamster
    ---, Anna              Dau   F  W  Mar    1881  19  S                    England  Ireland  England  1882 18           Armiture Maker
    ---, Philip              Son   M  W  Mar    1883  17  S                    Illinois     Ireland  England                           Laborer
    ---, Peter              Son  M   W  Feb    1885  15  S                    Illinois     Ireland  England                          Messenger A.D.T.
    ---, Mary Agnes   Dau   F  W  June   1887  12  S                    Illinois     Ireland  England                          At School

    Obituary:
    Anna J. Gay , nee McCall

    Anna J. Gay , nee McCall, late of 6234 S. Francisco avenue, beloved wife of George loving mother of Margaret Mudlaff, George, Elinor Krieger , Edna Sudeikis, Louise O'Keefe and Virginia Haas, fond sister of Phillip, the late Bernard, Peter and Mary McCall. Funeral Monday, July 19, at 9:45 a.m., from parlors, 2438 W. 63rd street, to St. Rita's chapel, 63rd and Oakley avenue. Interment Holy Sepulchre. Prospect 8300.

    Notes:

    Married:
    Cook County, Illinois, Marriages Index, 1871-1920
    Name:Anna McCall
    Age:24
    Gender:Female
    Birth Year:abt 1881
    Spouse Name:George E. Gay
    Spouse Age:25
    Spouse Gender:Male
    Marriage Type:Marriage
    Marriage Date:11 Oct 1905
    FHL Film Number:1030392

    Children:
    1. Margaret Mary Gay was born 21 Jul 1906, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died Unknown.
    2. George Joseph Gay was born 27 May 1908, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died 8 Sep 1981, ____, Cook Co., IL.
    3. Elinor F. Gay was born 7 Dec 1909, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died 5 Oct 2004, Elmhurst, DuPage Co., IL; was buried 12 Oct 2004, Saint John Catholic Cemetery, Joliet, Will Co., IL.
    4. 5. Edna Veronica Gay was born 25 Oct 1911, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died 25 Oct 1996, Overland Park, Johnson Co., KS; was buried Aft 25 Oct 1996, Resurrection Catholic Cemetery, Lenexa, Johnson Co., KS.
    5. Louise Theresia Gay was born 6 Jun 1917, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died Unknown.
    6. Virginia Marie Gay was born 15 May 1922, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died Unknown.
    7. Mildred Gay was born 15 May 1922, Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died Unknown.