Edward E. Kobernusz – Colonel, United States Army

Administrative Law Judge

From a contemporary press report:

Edward E. Kobernusz, 92, who retired from the Interstate Commerce Commission as an Administrative Law Judge, died of congestive heart failure January 13, 2003, at Asbury Methodist Village in Gaithersburg, Maryland.

Colonel Kobernusz was born in Spencer, South Dakota. He graduated from the University of South Dakota and its law school. In 1935, he moved to Washington and began his federal career with the FBI.

During World War II, he served in the Army in the Pacific and received Silver and Bronze stars. He remained in the Army Reserve after the war, retiring as a Colonel after 28 years of military service.

In his civilian career, he worked in legal-related positions for the FBI and later at the Interstate Commerce Commission, where he retired as an administrative law judge about 1970.

His wife of 65 years, Lois, died in January 2001.

Survivors include a son, E. William Kobernusz of Parrish, Florida; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.


KOBERNUSZ, EDWARD E
COL   US ARMY
VETERAN SERVICE DATES: 01/14/1942 – 07/01/1969
DATE OF BIRTH: 06/08/1909
DATE OF DEATH: 01/13/2002
DATE OF INTERMENT: 02/25/2002
BURIED AT: SECTION 5-J  ROW 7  SITE 5
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

KOBERNUSZ, LOIS B
DATE OF BIRTH: 03/22/1911
DATE OF DEATH: 01/28/2001
DATE OF INTERMENT: 03/01/2001
BURIED AT: SECTION 5-J  ROW 7  SITE 5
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
WIFE OF KOBERNUSZ, EDWARD E  COL US ARMY

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