|John Koshuba and Family, Stephen and Helen Koshuba 1924|
Feodor (Fitko) Kociuba was born around 1858. Fitko married Maria Kleviak around 1878-1879. Neither Feodor or Maria immigrated to the United States.
The surname Kocuiba was Americanized to Koshuba. Feodor and Maria had six children.
John (1880-1940) and came to the Boston MA area around 1908. He married Pauline Rychlyj (1898-1997) in 1916, in Minneapolis MN. They had three children: Walter Joseph, (1917-2002,) Julia Mary, (1918 -2007), and Joseph Fred, (1920-1957). He owned several businesses in St Paul MN, including a window washing Company and a restaurant in downtown St Paul. He was a founding member of St Michael's Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Minneapolis, MN, and was active with his wife, Pauline, in the Ukrainian community in the Twin Cities.
|Teckla (Maria) Koshuba Wons|
Joseph was born in 1885, came to the US around 1906, and died in St Paul, MN, in 1919. He married Florence Holmberg (1894-unknown) in 1913. They had three children: Frederick, (1914-1941), Catherine Florence (1915-unknown); and Marie Olga (1917-1993). Joseph also owned a window washing company in St Paul.
|Peter Wons, Joseph and John Koshuba c.1915|
|Anna Koshuba Graskow|
Stephen, born in 1899, came to the US with Anna in 1914. He married Helen Rychlyj in 1924, they divorced in 1932. He married Sally Popko, in 1932-33, they later divorced. In 1947-8, he married Eugenia (maiden name unknown). Stephen and Helen had one child, Evelyn Eve (1925-1976) . Stephen was a businessman and owned, a bar and restaurant, in downtown St Paul, with his brother John; and later owned a hotel and bar near downtown St Paul. He retired to Wheat Ridge CO, and owned a liquor store in Golden Co. He died in Colorado in 1982. He was very active in the Ukrainian community in Minnesota.
|Stephen and Eugenia Koshuba|
|Stephen and Sally Koshuba|