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      Obituary of Frank Anton Stryk Jr.

      Victoria Advocate Online

      29 Nov 2004

      Frank A. Stryk JR. - VICTORIA
        

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      November 29, 2004

      Frank Anton Stryk Jr., 87, of Victoria, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 2004.

      He was born July 27, in Flatonia, to the late Frank Joseph and Albina Emma Barta Stryk. He worked as an Automotive Technician for Master Mechanic for 45 years. He also worked for Brasher Motor Co. in Weimer and Atzenhoffer in Victoria until he retired. He was a veteran of World War II serving as a Tech-4 in the U.S. Army. He was in the 2nd armored division in Africa, Sicily, North Africa, Central Europe, and France. He received 6 bronze stars with oak leaf clusters and campaign medals, the European Victory medal, and the World War II Victory medal. He served for four years with Christ Kitchen, ten years with Food Bank, he was a member of VFW Post 4146, the KJT, and an honorary life member of the KC's. He was also a member of Our Lady of Victory Cathedral.

      Survivors: sons, Daniel Stryk and Stanley Stryk, both of Victoria, Andrew Stryk of Rowlett, Richard Stryk of Friendswood, and Lawrence Stryk of Richmond; sisters, Sister Bernard Stryk and Irene Orsak, both of Victoria, Helen Muras of Flatonia; brothers, Louis Stryk of Praha and Edwin Stryk of Victoria; 13 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

      Preceded in death by: wife, Anastasia Lev Stryk; daughters, Mary Stryk, Stacy Stryk, and Theresa Stryk; son, Frank Stryk; sister, Lillie Kalina; and brothers, Father Jerome Stryk and Bernard Stryk.

      A rosary will be recited 7 p.m. tonight at Rosewood Funeral Chapels.

      Services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at Our Lady of Victory Cathedral, Monsignor Michael Harrold officiating.

      Entombment with full military honors, under the auspices of the Victoria County Veterans Council, AL, CWV, VFW, DAV, MCL, MOWW, Ex-POW, MOPH, VVA, and the KWV, will be at Resurrection Cemetery. Rosewood Funeral Chapels, Victoria, 361-573-4546.

      Memorials: Rev. Jerome J. Stryk Seminary Burse, or Victoria Food Bank, or Victoria Diocese Masses.

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