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Obituary of Anna Holub Brosch

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  • Matt Cross
    Obituary of Anna Holub Brosch Schulenburg Sticker Fri., 16 Jul 1954 Pioneer Lady Interred at Praha Tuesday Funeral services for Mrs. Frank Brosch Sr. of Praha,
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 1 1:41 PM
      Obituary of Anna Holub Brosch
      Schulenburg Sticker
      Fri., 16 Jul 1954

      Pioneer Lady Interred at Praha Tuesday

      Funeral services for Mrs. Frank Brosch Sr. of Praha, were held from the
      family residence on Tuesday, July 13, 1954 at 8:30 o'clock in the morning
      with continued services at the Praha Catholic Church at 9:00. Rev Julius
      Petru officiated at the last rites and burial was in Praha Catholic
      Cemetery.
      Mrs. Brosch, nee Annie Holub, was born in 1867 in Czechoslovakia as the
      daughter of Kasper and Veronica Holub. At the age of two and one-half years
      she immigrated to this country with her parents and settled in Fayette
      County. In 1887 she married Frank Brosch at Praha and the young couple
      settled in that area and engaged in farming. Twelve children were born to
      the union, three of which preceded her in death, the first child, a
      daughter, and two sons, Emil, who passed away 25 years ago and Frank who
      died two years ago. Her husband preceded her in death five years ago. She
      was a member of the Praha Catholic Church.
      Deceased had reached the ago of 87 years and four months. She had been ill
      at the Youens Hospital in Weimar for the past 17 days. She was feeling
      better on Sunday, July 11 and taken home where she passed away a few hours
      later.
      Survivors are six daughters, Mrs. Frank (Marie) Faltisek, Flatonia, Mrs.
      Jim (Laura) Tupa, Ganado, Mrs. Joe (Emma) Rybak, Houston, Miss Millie
      Brosch, Praha, Mrs. Louis (Adella) Grieve, Flatonia, Mrs. Chas (Hattie)
      Pilat, Flatonia, three sons, Willie of Flatonia, Fred and Henry, Praha, a
      sister, Mrs. Josephine Pastusek, Oklahoma, two brothers, Joe Holub of
      Schulenburg and Charles Holub of Chicago, 27 grandchildren and 15
      great-grandchildren.

      Submitted by Larry Berkenhoff
      Posted by Matt Cross

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