Obituary of Erwin Adolph Pavlik
- Obituary of Erwin Adolph Pavlik
Lexington Leader Online
2 Jan 2003
Erwin Adolph Pavlik
July 29, 1934 Dec. 21, 2002
Erwin Adolph Pavlik passed away on December 21, 2002, at his
residence. Funeral services were held at the Phillips & Luckey
Funeral Home in Giddings, Texas with burial in the Atkinson Cemetery
in Chappell Hill, Texas.
Mr. Pavlik was born in Weimer, Texas, on July 29, 1934, to Adolf and
Millie (Kunetka) Pavlik. He graduated from Texas A&M University and
was employed by the U.S. Soil Conservation. Mr. Pavlik enjoyed
genealogy. He was president of NARF for District 15, Chapter 1492.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
Surviving relatives include: longtime friend and companion, Julia
Tarr of Brenham, Texas; sons, Lt. Col. Greg and Patti Pavlik of San
Antonio, Stan Pavlik of Snyder, Roger Pavlik of Snyder and John
Pavlik of Irving; the mother of their children, Shirley Jilek Pavlik-
Snyder; three grandchildren, Andrea Pavlik of Snyder and Joshua &
Jeffery Pavlik of San Antonio; sisters, Irene and W.C. Duncan of
Houston, Marilyn and Daniel Treybig of Houston; brothers, Bennie and
Rita Pavlik of Schulenburg, Jimmy and Lillian Pavlik of Schulenburg,
and Bobby and Pat Pavlik of Schulenburg; Julia's daughters, Jeannette
Tarr-Winston of Salem, North Carolina, Patty Poole and husband, Danny
Ogg of Houston, and Barbara Notari of Duncanville.
- I had the pleasure of meeting Erwin Pavlik at the state meeting in Fayetteville.I had written Erwin an e-mail after he had post a message about having family research done by a researcher in the CZ. Rep.Erwin brought the information to the meeting for my review as to what type information he had received.We spoke in great detail about research.I visited with Erwin at the Granger meeting.He was a very nice friendly person.TJ SlanskySurnames: SLANSKY/BOROS HAVRAN/MARTIS STEPAN/KAHANEK
- I have been out of town for the past few days, and as everyone else was shocked to see Erwin's Obituary. He and I kept in constant contact as we are cousins and worked together to get our ascestors history from the Czech Republic. He was a true Czech if there every was one.