Edmund Gajewski Born in the city of Detroit Nov. 26, 1920 Entered the Army in 1942 was in combat in Army Tanks in Africa and Italy Discharged in Oct 1945; was called back in Sept. 1951; was discharged in Sept. 1952. Worked for Truck Mfg. as Parts Mgr.
Edmund was born in Detroit, MI on November 26, 1920. His parent’s names are Anastaysia Pogorzelski his mom, and Hillary Gajewski, his dad. His mom was born in Poland, and father in Detroit, MI. Anastaysia was a housewife, and Hillary was a mason, and a metal finisher after the depression.
Edmund has one brother and four sisters. They had dogs for pets. He attended Saint Stanislis Catholic School, located in Detroit, MI. Edmund enjoyed practically all of the subjects in school. His first job paid $18.00 per week delivering truck parts. He married his wife, Julia in 1948 because he loved her. Julia was a secretary for the Board of Education in Detroit. She quit her job after their first daughter was born. Julia did not like it, but Edmund made her quit. They have two boys and two girls. Nancy, Jim, Mike and Sandra were all born in Detroit. The first three were born in Ford Hospital and Sandra was born in Zegra Hospital off Livernois and Michigan. Edmund was a Mechanic in the Automotive Industry. After Edmund got married, they moved to Dearborn, MI in 1950 for better education opportunities for their children. Family is considered to be very important to Edmund. His hobbies include woodwork. Edmund considers space travel to be the most significant development of the 20th Century. According to Edmund, war is never appropriate because it is a waste of manpower and natural resources. He also believes that the universe is never ending. Edmund has eleven grandchildren: Aaron lives in Howell and so does Steve; Rebecca and Sarah live in Commerce Township; Mark, Michel and Julie live in Howell; Faith, Matt, Angela, and Jessie live in Allen Park.