This is only the beginning of what is meant to be an
open line of communications, keeping all of the
family across the nation closer. Over the years, some
of us have lost touch, others don't even know where
others are. Families have expanded and we all have
relatives we don't even know exist. All from year and
years of marriages and new families starting out and
those with new or grown children (If you go back far
enough into the family tree, even President Nicolas
Sarkozi, of France, is a relative).
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Welcome To The
Sharkozy Family Website
Dan Sharkozy
4th and youngest son of
Frank and Jane Sharkozy
As explained above, this is only the beginning of a long
thought of website. As we continue to expand the site,
just the same your contributions will make it grow. As
you can see this is a work of art in the making. At this
time many areas are blank as the site continues to
progress. Any stories, family updates, pictures, recipes,
etc. you would like to share, please email them to
d-kozy@execpc.com
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& Hungarian
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Grandma & Grandpa
Hermes (1916)
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Dan & Peggy's first picture
together, May 1969.  Notice
how brown Dan is, just home
from Arizona.
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Last Updated:
09-012-09
Meet Kayleigh -- Born 5-07-09
and her mom, Christen Sharkozy
Click on either of  these pictures
to take you to the 5th Generation Page.
See Fifth Generation Page
Mrs. Jane Sharkozy of 2135 N.
Newman Road celebrated her
90th birthday with family at Oak
Ridge Care Center in Union Grove.

The former Jane Hermes was
born Sept. 1, 1919, in Kenosha.

She married Frank Sharkozy on
April 25, 1938, in Racine. He died
Aug. 26, 1992.
Sharkozy, 90th birthday
Racine Journal Times - 9-12-09
Mrs. Sharkozy was employed by Belle City Malleable Iron
during World War II in addition to various jobs throughout
her working years to help raise her children. Her efforts
helped her do what she has always enjoyed - putting her
children and family ahead of herself.

Mrs. Sharkozy is a member of St. John Nepomuk Catholic
Church.

She has four sons: Frank (Judy), David (Jean), Steve
(Barb) and Dan (Peggy), all of Racine.

Mrs. Sharkozy has 13 grandchildren, 31
great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.