Benny R. Kubacak BORN: February 17, 1937 DIED: May 31, 2013 LOCATION: Jarrell, Texas Benny R. Kubacak, 76, of Jarrell, Texas passed away on May 31, 2013 inMessage 1 of 1 , Jun 3View Source
Benny R. Kubacak
BORN: February 17, 1937
DIED: May 31, 2013
LOCATION: Jarrell, Texas
Benny R. Kubacak, 76, of Jarrell, Texas passed away on May 31, 2013 in Temple, Texas. Benny was born on February 17, 1937 in Corn Hill, Texas to Anton and Mary Lefner Kubacak.
Visitation and Recitation of the Rosary will begin at 6:00 P.M. Monday June 3, 2013 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church ( 8626 FM 1105, Jarrell, Tx 76537) with Deacon Gene Davis officiating. The Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday June 4, 2013 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church with Fr. Sang Li Lee officiating.
Benny is survived by his wife, Dorothy Marburger Kubacak of Jarrell, children; James Kubacak of Jarrell, Kimberly (Allen) Tschoerner of Schwertner, Texas and Sherry Kubacak ( Jeff Stratton) of Jarrell. He also leaves behind his grandchildren, Alan and Melissa Tschoerner of Schwertner and his Brother, Raymond (Dorothy) Kubacak of Academy, Texas and his sister, Sybil Duncan of Garland, Texas and numerous nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
Benny was a man who loved God, his family and his church, Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Jarrell.
He met the love of his life, Dorothy at a dance at the SPJST in Taylor, Texas. It did take a few months for him to understand that he and Dorothy were a "them". They were married for 48 years. Benny started off working for Wilson Art in Temple. He was a co-owner of K& M Millworks with Harry Marburger from 1972-1998. He also continued to farm and work with wood .
Benny was a cabinet maker. He made a Baptismal Font and a Lectern for Holy Trinity. Benny wasn't limited to all things on the ground. He restored a two seat airplane while his kids were young and declined to tell his wife that he had done so even going a few steps further and not telling her that he had obtained his flying license. He found peace from a long day by flying around . He loved to hunt in Colorado and fish in Alaska or wherever there was enough water to wet a line. He was proud that he took several Antelope. If you know anything about hunting Antelope, it takes skill and patience. He loved to cook Brown Beans for the church when they had a church function.
Benny always wore Western Wear and pointy toe boots. His hair had to be just right. He was in style before folks knew what being in style meant.
He belonged to the Knights of Columbus, Moravian Club,RVOS and KJT # 55. Benny didn't live life, he LIVED life.
Honored to serve as pallbearers are Patrick Kubacak, Billy Meissner, James Nemec, Tommy Sladecek, Jerry David, Frankie Lefner and Paul Gonzales. Honorary Pallbearers are James Sybert, James Porfirio, Emil Danek, Harvey Benad, Frankie Vrabel, Anton Schwertner and James Jones. Burial will follow at Corn Hill (Holy Trinity).
Memorials may be made in his name to the Holy Trinity Cemetery Fund.
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