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    Obituary of Julie Novak Dirba El Campo Leader-News Online 30 Apr 2003 Julie Dirba Julie E. (Novak) Dirba, 70, of Richwood, died Wednesday, April 16, 2003. She
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      Obituary of Julie Novak Dirba
      El Campo Leader-News Online
      30 Apr 2003

      Julie Dirba

      Julie E. (Novak) Dirba, 70, of Richwood, died Wednesday, April 16,
      2003.
      She was born May 27, 1932 in Fayetteville to the late John W. and
      Julia Chovanec Novak. Mrs. Dirba retired from Brazoswood Ind. School
      Dist.
      Mrs. Dirba was preceded in death by her parents; infant daughter,
      Rosemary Dirba; infant brother, Edwin Novak; and her in-laws, Martha
      Prokop and Frank Dirba.
      Survivors include her loving husband of 49 1/2 years, Jerry F. Dirba
      Sr. and her loving sons and daughter-in-laws, Jerry F. Dirba Jr. and
      Monica of Pflugerville and Danny Dirba and Pam of Clute;
      grandchildren, Matthew, Derek, Joel and Danika Dirba; brothers and
      sisters, John J. Novak Sr. (Josephine) of Port Lavaca, Ludvik Novak
      Sr. (Mildred) of Needville, Frank Novak (Marie) of Houston, Theresa
      (James) Todd of Scott, La., Annie Mae (Joe) Stransky and Tonie
      (Wilburn) Kramer of Needville, Anton Novak (Patsy) of Manvel, Evelyn
      (Pete) Waterloo of Crosby, Tim Novak (Bernadette) of Needville,
      Martha (Emil) Matura of Houston, Mary Andel of Sugarland, Joe Novak
      (Nancy) of El Campo, Adela (John) Wadephul of Orchard, and Frances
      (Robert) Marshall of Alvin; aunt, Albina Chovanec of La Grange;
      numerous nieces and nephews; great-nieces and great-nephews; and two
      great-great nieces.
      Mrs. Dirba is also survived by her husband's brother, Charlie (Irene)
      Dirba of Lake Jackson; and sisters, Delores Hinckley and Irene
      (Leonard) Cerny of El Campo.
      A Rosary was recited Sunday, April 20 at Lakewood Funeral Chapel in
      Lake Jackson at 5 p.m. with viewing of the body from 3-6 p.m. Funeral
      services were held Monday, April 21 at 10 a.m. at St. Jerome's
      Catholic Church in Lake Jackson with Father Jim Lynes officiating.
      Pallbearers were her grandsons: Matthew, Joel and Derek Dirba; her
      nephews, John J. Novak Jr., Mark Novak and Anthony Stransky; and
      nephew, Eddie Dirba.
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