Re: OBIT: Hejl, Mildred Helen Skrabanek
- You're welcome Mike. Thanks for the info on your Uncle Jim. I just
love to hear about men in their nineties who are still driving and
interested in genealogy. It gives me hope.
-- In TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com, "Mike" <mike.hejl@...> wrote:
> Joe -
> Thanks for posting the obituary of my Aunt Mildred. Also thanks
> correcting her father's surname and adding the name of her husband,still
> James Leopold (Jim) Hejl. By the way, my Uncle Jim is age 93,
> driving his car, and is a avid genealogist.wrote:
> Mike Hejl
> --- In TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com, "texasjoe43" <texasjoe43@>
> > Mildred Helen Hejl
> > Services for Mildred Helen Skrabanek Hejl, 88, of Little River
> > be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Temple Brethren Church in Templewith
> > the Rev. William Rinderknecht, Dr. Larry Koslovsky, the Rev. W.John
> > Baletka and the Rev. James D. Hejl officiating.Hejl.
> > Burial will be in Hillcrest Cemetery.
> > Mrs. Hejl was born in Caldwell to Frank J. and Helen Gavenda
> > She was an honor graduate of the 1936 class of Caldwell HighSchool.
> > She was a 1939 graduate of the Scott and White School of Nursingin
> > Temple. She had worked as a floor supervisor for Scott andWhite. In
> > 1941, while her husband was in the service, she was a civiliannurse
> > at Foster Field Hospital near Victoria. She and her family movedto
> > Temple in 1947, where she was employed by the Bell County Health22
> > Department of Temple as a public health nurse. She retired after
> > years in 1979. She was active in Temple Brethren Church. Shetaught
> > Sunday school for more than 50 years. She was church pianist fromSociety
> > the 1940s to 1960s and was a member officer. She was devotional
> > leader for the Temple Brethren Christian Sisters and member of
> > Church Women of Temple. She was a member of Czech Heritage
> > of Texas, Texas Czech Genealogical Society of Texas, and thealumni
> > Association of the Scott and White Memorial Hospital School ofHome
> > Professional Nursing.
> > Visitation will be 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at Scanio-Harper Funeral
> > in Temple.
> > Published August 28, 2007 Temple Daily Telegraph online
> > Note: This obit has things a little mixed up. Her parents were
> > Frank J. and Helen Gavenda Skrabanek. She was married to James
> > Leopold Hejl according to the Texas Birth Index. - Joe