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Anastasia Ballou and Adam Kebalka
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Anastasia (Kebalka) Ballou, 88, died at her home in Holiday, FL, on May 29, 2014. She was born in Claremont on August 10, 1925, the daughter of Konstanty and Annie (Koms) Kebalka, emigrants from Vilna, Lithuania. Stacia had four siblings, and Adam was one of them.


Stacia was married and had a daughter. When she became a widow, she moved to Florida to live with her daughter, where she eventually died from old age. While Stacia resided in New Hampshire, she attended Holy Resurrection Orthodox Church in Claremont and was an active member of the Sisterhood.


She was buried in Meadowlawn Memorial Gardens, New Port Richey, FL.


Adam Kebalka, 80, died at his home in Claremont, NH, on February 21, 1998. He was born in Claremont on January 10, 1918, the son of Konstanty and Annie (Koms) Kebalka, emigrants from Vilna, Lithuania, Adam had four siblings, and Stacia was his sister.


He graduated from Stevens High School, Class of 1958, and attended the Bentley School of Accounting. He was a Sgt. in the U.S. Army during WWII.


He was employed at Joy Mfg. as an inspector before retiring in 1971. He went to work for the U.S. Postal Service as a letter carrier and retired from that position in 1983.


He was a member of the American Legion Post No. 29 and the VFW, Oliver LaCasse Post No. 808. He was an active member of Holy Resurrection Orthodox Church and its Brotherhood, and was the president of the parish council. 


He married Anita Rouillard on November 2, 1952, in Claremont.


He was preceded in death by his brother William in 1990.


He is survived by his wife; five sons David Kebalka of Cornish, NH, Peter Kebalka of Lebanon, NH, Michael Kebalka, Jeffrey Kebalka, and Christopher Kebalka, all of Claremont; two daughters Karen Hartford of Nashua, NH, and Lisa Maheu of Ascutney, VT; brother Konstanty Kebalka Jr. of Titusville, FL; two sisters Helen Wikeen of Charlestown, NH, and Stacia Ballou of Canaan, NH; and fifteen grandchildren.


Burial with full military honors was held in Mountain View Cemetery.

Memory Eternal to sister and brother!

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