| Michael Wytrwal|| January 21, 1970|
Michael J. Wytrwal Wikipedia
Wytrwal was born on September 12, 1882 in Kraków, Prussia, and attended public schools there through the age of 14. In 1896, he sought out adventure and opportunity, immigrated to the US through Liberty Island, initially settling in Scranton, Pennsylvania. He stayed there for six months and then moved north to Amsterdam, New York.
Wytrwal was married twice — first to Ms. Mamie Brudzdowski on October 26, 1904, who died on February 26, 1906. He was remarried on May 24, 1907 to Ms. Josephine Bruzdowski. He had a total of 7 children — one son from his first marriage, and another son and five daughters in his second marriage.
Wytrwal died on January 21, 1970 at the age of 81 in Amsterdam, NY. He is survived by 5 generations of offspring.
Notable descendents of Michael Wytrwal include the late Dr. Raymond Wytrwal of St. Johnsville, NY; former New York Lieutenant Governor Mary Anne Krupsak, an attorney and entrepreneur, who was one of the leading pioneers of women’s rights in the 1970s; and Army Colonel Edmund Luzine, Afghan and Iraq veteran, professor and pioneer global emerging markets banker.
Wytrwal International, LLC — is a consulting and advisory firm with offices in New York and Virginia, focused on finance, economics, natural resources, energy, commodities, defense, and managed by Ed Luzine, Michael Wytrwal's great-grandson.