Kuhar, Thomas

From Helderberg Hilltown Biographies
Jump to navigation Jump to search


Thomas was born June 10, 1932 in Rensselaerville, the son of the late John Kuhar and Susan Casper.[1] His siblings were:

  • Mrs. Robert (Marie) Vogue of Stratford, Connecticut
  • William Kuhar of Berne
  • John Kuhar of Rensselaerville
  • James Kuhar of Rensselaerville

Military Service

His obituary states he was a veteran of the Korean Conflict.[1]


He died August 19, 1987 at his home in Rensselaerville.[1]


Mr. Kuhar was buried August 22, 1987 in the Rensselaerville Cemetery.[1]

Additional Media

Thomas Kuhar, 55, of Rensselaerville, died suddenly August 19 at his home. He was born in Rensselaerville June 10, 1932, son of the late John and Susan Casper Kuhar. He was a veteran of the Korean Conflict, a member of Clark White Post 589 American Legion, the Rensselaerville Rod and Gun Club and the Rensselaerville Volunteer Fire Co. Mass of Christian Burial was held August 22 at St. John the Baptist Church, Greenville, with interment in the Rensselaerville Cemetery. Clark White Post 589 conducted services at the Cunningham Funeral Home Friday evening.

Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Robert (Marie) Vogue of Stratford, Connecticut; three brothers--William Kuhar of Berne, and John and James Kuhar, both of Rensselaerville; five nieces; four nephews; two great-nieces and two great-nephews. Those who desire may contribute in his memory to the Rensselaerville Ambulance Squad or to the Rensselaerville Volunteer Fire Co. Published in The Altamont Enterprise, Page 9, 27 Aug 1987 Issue. Sources