March 4, 1894 - Nov. 4, 1988
9/18/1891 - 8/20/1972
Married Sept. 16, 1919
Anna, as a child, helped her mother sell goods in small villages in Austria where residents did not have access to shopping centers. Her wit and charm were traits which her customers adored.
Anna was a member of the Boston University Women's Council and a member in the Dean's committee.
Anna Immigrated in 1904
At 1570, she Immigrated to the U.S. from Slovakia, along with a host family, and was left on the New York docks to find her way. The church helped her find work and a home at 901 Sixth Ave in NY, NY.
Later, she found a foster home. Anna's foster parents in Harlem were the Burkhardts.
Anna became a US citizen in 1913.
Anna was a home missionary to Hungarians in Bridgeport, CT and Czechoslovaks in New York City and she was President of the Womens League of the Hungarian Baptist Union,
Anna Lukacs' Family
Janos Lukace (6/24/1855)
& Katerina Rohacek (1/2/1863)