Marc Hladovka Identity
Name Marc Hladovka
Full name Marc Jón Krabec Hladovka
Sex Male Male
Born March 7, 1880, Flag of Slovakia Bratislava
Deceased October 18, 1959, Seal of Hurbanova Hurbanova
Home Seal of Hurbanova Hurbanova
Functions Mayor of Hurbanova,
Governor of Oceana
Languages Slovak, Oceana, English
Roman Catholic

Marc Hladovka (Bratislava, 1880 - Hurbanova, 1959) was mayor of Hurbanova from 1900 to 1908 and the second governor of Oceana from 1907 to 1909. He went to Lovia in 1884, when he was only three years old. His father was unemployed in Slovakia, but he heard stories about Hurbanova and decided to go. He soon found a job in the coal mines and brought his family over to Lovia.

Realizations Edit

He made the Oceana language an official state and town language. He approved the plans of the Rashlit Askolit' IV Mine near East Hills.

See also Edit

Seal of Oceana
Governor of Oceana (1907 - 1909)
Goyne/Governors: KelovýMarc HladovkaKaunas Berghe-Hrád
Ebgoyne/Deputies*: Shaun Eastwood ← Shaun Eastwood → John Oldham
Arrow right See also: List of Governors of Oceana, List of Mayors of Hurbanova, State Elections in Oceana.