John Andrew Mikiluk
Colonel, United States Army
|From a contemporary
John Andrew Mikuluk, 87, an Army colonel and hospital administrator who retired in 1972 as executive officer of the reserve recruiting center in Rockville, Maryland, died of pneumonia August 19, 1999 at Bethesda Naval Hospital. He had been a resident of the Washington area since the 1950s and lived in Rockville, Maryland.
Colonel Mikuluk was born in New York. He attended Ohio State University, graduated from Wesleyan University and received a master's degree in health administration from Baylor University.
He worked for Standard Oil in Ohio and served in the Ohio National Guard before joining the Army at the start of World War II. He served in the Medical Service Corps in Europe, India and the South Pacific during the war and later was posted to Austria and Okinawa.
In the Washington area, he was assigned to Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Fort Detrick and Fort Meade. His honors include a Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal and Army Commendation Medal.
Colonel Mikuluk was a Mason and a member of St. Mark's Eastern Orthodox Church in Bethesda and Beta Theta Pi social fraternity.
Survivors include his wife, Catherine Mikuluk,
and son, John Michael Mikuluk, both of Rockville; and three sisters.
MIKULUK, JOHN ANDREW, COL, USA (Ret.)
On Thursday, August 19, 1999, of Rockville,
MD, beloved husband of Catherine Mikuluk; loving father of John Michael
Mikuluk; loving brother of Marya Mikuluk, Julie Krell, Ann Smith and the
late Andrew Mikuluk. Friends will be received at St. Mark Orthodox Church,
7124 River Rd.,
Posted: 29 August 1999