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    This came from another list. LIDDIE ZEMANEK PAVELKA Graveside services for Liddie Zemanek Pavelka, 92, of Dallas, will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2005,
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      LIDDIE ZEMANEK PAVELKA

      Graveside services for Liddie Zemanek Pavelka, 92, of Dallas, will be at 11
      a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2005, at Hawley Cemetery near Blessing. She
      requested that all attend a Celebration of Life Reception at the Blessing
      Hotel immediately following the gravesite services.

      Mrs. Pavelka was born Jan. 8, 1913 in Guy, Tex. to Josef and Kristina Huff
      Zemanek. She died Sept. 10, 2005 at her home in Dallas.

      She is survived by her sisters, Martha Johnston, Sidney Bridewell, brother
      Joe Zemanek and wife Maurine, Victor's wife, Lydia and many nieces and
      nephews.

      She was preceded in death by her husband, James, and brother, Victor
      Zemanek.

      Liddie was a Sokol Gymnast under her father's instruction for 12 years. She
      graduated Salutatorian from Blessing High School and later from Shamburger
      Business College in Dallas. Liddie moved to Dallas at the age of 17. She
      worked for Louis B. Hosek as secretary and continued her gymnastics
      instruction. In 1933 she began working for General Electric Lamp Department
      retiring 30 years later as secretary/ assistant to the District Manager. In
      1959, James and Liddie founded Prudential Air Conditioning, Inc., which
      operated for 12 years. James was President and Liddie was
      Secretary/Treasurer. They retired at the age of 57 and enjoyed retirement
      for 26 years. Liddie was a member of Dallas Krouzek Circle of Czech Women
      for 35 years, Ennis Sewing Circle for 30 years, and Professional Secretary
      Chapter of Dallas for 48 years. Liddie was an avid reader. She loved flowers
      and animals. She lived as a spirited, independent, and self-sufficient
      person. She will be greatly !
      missed, but her love, kindness, and generosity to others will be remembered
      always. She was at peace her last days and was ready to be with the Lord
      when He called.

      She wished to thank everyone for the prayers, cards, phone calls, and visits
      during her illness. Special thanks to her caregivers: Nieces Linda Waldo and
      Cathy VandenEykel, brother Joe Zemanek, sister Sidney Bridewell, friend Paul
      Bilger, and Eunice Denenga. She thanks her special friends Freddy and Connie
      Schweizer, Elli Garrison, Esther and Bob Cunningham, and Micki Conway for
      participating in her life. Pallbearers were nephews Victor Joe Zemanek, John
      Zemanek, Robert Zemanek, Jerry Zemanek, David Bridewell and Jim Snyder.
      Honorary pallbearers were Rick Waldo, Ike VandenEykel, Ray Snow, Mark Nunley
      and Ernie Joe Huff.

      In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to: SPJST Fraternal Organization,
      Library, Archives, and Museum P.O. Box 100, Temple, Texas 76503.

      The Palacios Beacon
      September 14, 2005
      Matagorda County, Texas
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