Jak se Mas Family and Friends.
With love and mercy, God took Siddie Osward Orsak from us Sunday evening,
July 1, 2007. Sid was a 20-year resident of Boling, Texas
. He moved to
Boling with his loving wife, Bessie, of 22 years, who preceded him in death.
We will never forget his quick wit and amazing ingenuity. His
steadfastness and never-tiring nature was an inspiration to all who knew him.
Mostly, we will never forget our love for him.
Sid was born in Hallettsville, Texas
, in 1924 to Frank William and
Frances Prilucik. They moved to Bay City, Texas
, where Sid spent most of
his life. There, Siddie's love for fishing and boat-building kept him
entertained for many years. He was a WWII veteran and fought on the Pacific
front from the USS St. Paul. He worked and retired from Valero as a mechanic.
Sid was always redesigning or inventing something. In his later years, he used
his talents to build radio-controlled airplanes, which contained unique features
designed by him for which he won many awards. He was well-known for his
practical jokes and well-respected for his mechanical genius. His imprint on
those around him is everlasting. We will all miss him dearly.
Siddie is survived by three daughters, Vicki Allen and Edward of San
Saba, Patty Wenckens of Houston and Yvonne Bartz and Phil of Minto, North
Dakota; two sons, Danny Orsak of Houston and Ronnie Orsak of Houston; sister,
Edna Mae Lynn Wright of Nevada; grandchildren, Kim White and Cash, Jennifer
Stephenson and Joe, Jamie Nguyen and Bo, Joshua Orsak and Angelique, and
Jeremiah Orsak; great-grandchildren, Katrella and Audrey Stephenson, and Taylor
and Morgan Nguyen, stepdaughter, Mary Patterson of Angleton; stepgrandchildren,
Cheryl Gardovsky, and Bo and Billy Ed Patterson; and stepgreat-grandchildren,
Amber Sprague and Sara Patterson.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Bessie Patterson Orsak; sisters,
Mildred Hahn and Willie Ollie Junek; brother, Archie Orsak, and stepson, Billy
We welcome you to join us in celebrating his life. Services will be held
at 2:00 p.m. Friday at Palms Funeral Home in Angleton, Texas
849-4343, with a short graveside service to follow in the Angleton Cemetery.
Visitation was held from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Thursday at Palms Funeral
We would like to give heartfelt appreciation to all those who visited our
father during his last days. It was a blessing to us. A prayer of thanks to his
niece, LaVerne, whose angelic voice and loving touch guided him peacefully to
the hand of God.
Arrangements by Palms Funeral Home Angleton, Texas
condolences may be sent at www.palmsfuneralhome.com.