Daughter of Genia Sztok and Wolf
Sztok. Sister of Mitka
Sztok. Was around 8 to 10 years old during the occupation. Has moved to Israel and continues to live
there. Married, took name Arad. Has two daughters.
Husband of Janina Kreisler. Good friend of E.D. Klinghoffer. Was a doctor of chemistry, used to work in the refinery. After the
war he moved back to his hometown, Vienna. Later he moved to Gliwice, Poland.
Wife of Gustaw Kreisler. Had a son from previous marriage with a Goy.
The son is still alive, living in Australia.
Father of Ludka Herzig, brother of Zygmunt Herzig. His wife died before he was brought to the cellar. Saved from deathcamp-bound train by his brother. He died in the refugee camp shortly after the war ended.
Mother of Julian Tepper, wife of Maksymilian Tepper. After the war she moved with Sława and Izydor Wołosiański to
Wroclaw (Poland). In 1968 emigrated to Canada, where she died. She kept in touch with Sława until death.
Son of Halina Tepper and Maksymilian Tepper. Was about 12 years old during the occupation. After the war he moved with his family and Sława and Izydor Wołosiański to Wroclaw (Poland), in 1968 emigrated with his family to Canada. Married to Millicent, they have 2 children — Michael and Tracy. Lives in Toronto.
Single during the occupation. After the war moved to Chrzanów (Poland) and married a Pole. Took name
Prof. Joseph Reinhold
Single during the occupation. He was a cardiologist and a psychiatrist. After the liberation he was assisting
with the management and development of Truskavec and Jesenik spas. He died because of heart attack on
November 3, 1947 in Jesenik.