Stanislaw LASEK
 

Stanislaw was deported to Siberia with his family, where his brother Wojciech, and sisters Stefania and Rozalia died.  The family were released on 'amnesty' and 2 brothers joined the Polish 2nd Corps.  The surviving family members were repatriated  to  Poland  after  the  war.  Stanislaw  later  emigrated  to  Canada  to  join  his  brother.

Wojciech Lasek, 1916, Wola Zabiezowska, pow. Bochnia, woj. Krakow
Parents Zofia & Wojciech Lasek, 1941, Siberia, Archangielsk
Parents Wojciech and  Zofia Lasek, 1941, Permohraja Zapad camp, Kotlas region, Archangielsk
Political course in the Polish military, 1950, Warsaw, Pyry
Iron Ore Mine, Aczasaj, Sergo, Kazakhstan, 1944, friend Irena with Stanislaw and sister Anna Lasek
Halina and Bogdan Lasek, Szczaw Zdroj, pow. Walbrzych, 1957
Stanislaw Lasek with a friend, 1945
Stanislaw Lasek, Sept 1946, Grynia Oksywiec
Security Committee, Walbrzych, W.S.W., Wroclaw 1952
Tobacco farm at Joe Popowicz, Port Hope, 1961
Brother-in-law's daughter's 1st Communion, Miedzylesie, 25 May 1967
Stanislaw's children, Boleslaw and Halina, Oshawa, 1968
25th wedding anniversary of Felicja and Stanislaw Lasek,  1975
Stanislaw Lasek awarded 125th Anniversary medal, 1993
Award for community work from W. Reymont Foundation, 2005
Awarded the Polonia Restituta medal by Polish Ambassador Kosiniak-Kamysz, 28 August 2011
Stanislaw with his brother, at the 60th anniversary of the end of WWII, Toronto, 6 May 2005
Polonia Restituta medal, awarded in 2011
Veteran's Day, 28 August 2011
Veteran's Day, 28 August 2011
Stanislaw with his wife and daughter