Obituary of Aleen Girndt Hanak
- Obituary of Aleen Girndt Hanak
Colorado County Citizen Online
31 Aug 2004
Aleen Helen Hanak, 65, of Columbus, passed away August 25 at her
She was born in Columbus Nov. 29, 1938, to Alfred and Annie Girndt
and married Joe Emil Hanak, Nov. 7, 1959.
She was a homemaker, wife and grandmother. She loved to travel,
garden, fish and prepare treats for her family and friends. She was
an active member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church, where she was an
Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion and a member of the Altar
Society. She participated in the Columbus Garden Club and the
Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary Chapter 72.
She is survived by her husband; mother; son and daughter-in-law, Joe
John and Rebecca Hanak; daughters and sons-in-law, Elizabeth and Jim
Echols and Deborah Hanak and Andy Goldsmith; grandchildren JoBeth and
Annabelle Hanak; and sister, Shirley Petrosky.
Funeral services were conducted Aug. 28, at St. Anthony's Catholic
Church in Columbus with Father Dan Kahlich officiating under the
direction of Henneke Funeral Home.
Pallbearers were John Henry Girndt, Jeremy and Zachary Hanak, Joe
Potter, Dennis Petrosky and Mark Ludwig.
Honorary pallbearers were Wilfred Wick, Harry Supak, David Hengst,
Edgar Stancik, Manuel Schneider and Chris Shivers.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice Support, P.O. Box 1417,
El Campo, TX 77437 or St. Anthony's Altar Society, 1602 Bowie St.,
Columbus, TX 78934.