- Anton Pustejovsky 93, of Rt. 2, Mt Calm died at 11:47 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 7, 1969, in a Hillsboro hospital.Rosary was recited at 7 p.m., Thursday , Jan. 9, 1969 at Kotch Funeral Chapel.Funeral services will be held at 9:45 a.m. Friday, Jan 10, in the Kotch Funeral Home Chapel, West, with a Requiem Mass following to be celebrated at 10 a.m. in St. Martin's Catholic Church in Tours with Reverend Marion Atomanczk. Burial will follow in St Martin's Cemetery in Tours.Mr. Pustejovsky was born in Czechoslovakia and had lived in the West-Tours area all his life. He was a retired farmer, a member of St Martin's Catholic Church and a member of SPJST lodge No. 6 in Cottonwood.He is survived by five daughter's, Mrs. August (Sophie) Podsedik and Mrs. John (Emma) Vrba of Rt. 1 Abbott,Mrs. Millie Snokhous, Mrs.'s Bertha Sager and Mrs. John (Annie) Cocek , all of West; three sons , Ed Pustejovsky and Albin Pustejovsky of Rt. 2 , Mt Calm and Adolph Pustejovsky of West; 12 grandchildren; 30 great-children;3 great-great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.Pallbearers are August Snokhous, Bill Jupe, Tommy Podsednik, Albin Pustejovsky, Tony Pustejovsky andAlphonse Polansky.This was in the Waco paper and was my Grandfather.Kay Polansky
- Steve all I have is an Funeral notice like you put up around town and it mentions it is at home. It is for my g-grandfather.Is this ok? Kay( Pustejovsky) PolanskyFuneral NoticeFriends and acquaintances are respectfullyrequested to attend the funeral ofGeorge JureckaBorn, October 16th, 1846Died, January 9th, 1925Funeral services at family residence, Bartlett,Texasat 2 p.m., Sunday , January 11th, 1925.Interment in Holy Trinity Catholic Cemetery, Corn Hillat 3 p.m., Sunday, January 11, 1925.I tried to type it as it is on the notice. Kay
- West NewsMrs. Victoria ( Snokhous) PolanskyMrs. Frank C. (Victoria) Polansky, 94, of Route 2, West,died Tuesday May 18, 1982 in a local hospital.Rosary was recited at 7 p.m. Wednesday at KotchFuneral Home Chapel.Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m.Thursday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, the Rev. BobHajovsky as celebrant. Burial was in St. Mary'sCemetery.Mrs. Polansky was born Dec. 14, 1887 inCzechoslovakia. She moved to West at the age of15 months and live in West the rest of her life. Shemarried Frank C. Polansky in 1909. He died in 1955.She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church ofthe Assumption, St. Mary's Altar-Rosary Society andKJZT Society No. 11.Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Alfred ( Mary)Brem, Miss Frances Polansky, Mrs. Jerry (Ruth)Kocurek, and Mrs. Vitus (Rosalie) Kolar, all of West;four sons, John W. Polansky, George R. Polanskyand Jimmy J. Polansky , all of West and Alphonse V.Polansky of San Antonio; two sisters, Mrs. August(Stevie) Pustejovsky and Mrs. Nat (Anna ) Mason bothof West; a brother , Louis J. Snokhous of West; 25grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren.The family has designated West Rest Haven or WestCommunity Hospital for memorials.Mother of Alphonse V. PolanskyMother-in-law of Kay (Pustejovsky) Polansky
- August " Gus" SnokhousFebruary 16, 1931 May 3, 1990Rosary will be at 8 p.m. Saturday May 5, 1990 atSt. Martin's Catholic Church in Tours, Texas.Mass of Christian burial will be at 2 p.m. SundayMay 6, 1990 at St. Martin's Catholic Church in Tours,Texas with Rev. Isidore Rozycki as Celebrant.PallbearersClint Mc HargueArnold Kasberg Barry HandEdward Podsednik Jack AnthonyAlbin Pustejovsky Jr.Honorary PallbearersMembers of the L.T.G. Water BoardJodie Grellhesl Johnny RoesslerLeander Berger Richard KuslerSteve Farmer Billy BettgeSydney Kalina W.H. JanesDonald Richter Danny RandolphJay JonesMembers of the L.T.G. Fire DepartmentInternmentSt. Martin's CemeteryTours, Texas
- Sophie (Pustejovsky) PodsednikJune 29, 1910 December 22, 1995Rosary will be at 1: 30 p.m. Saturday Dec. 23, 1995at St. Mary's Church in West, Texas.Mass of Christian Burial at 1:45 p.m. Saturday,December 23, 1995 at St. Mary's Church, West.Rev. Ed Karasek, CelebrantPallbearersTony PustejovskyTommie Podsednik Rich StachaGeorge Snokhous Gary StachaDouglas Snokhous Chris StachaDennis PustejovskyInterment St. Martin's Cemetery, Tours,Texas.Posted by Kay (Pustejovsky) Polansky
- Hi to all the group -First of all, hope everyone had a blessed and merry Christmas and here's wishes for a very happy and healthy new year.Has anyone seen an obituary for Michael J Bertsch, 55? He was my classmate, passed away Dec 22 in La Grange, TX. If anyone has seen an obit for him, would you please post it? We were able to attend the rosary Christmas Day in La Grange, but have not seen an obit for him anywhere yet. Perhaps in the Fayette County Record? We subscribe to the Schulenburg Sticker and Weimar Mercury, but it was not in the Mercury and we have not received the latest Sticker. Thank you very much!love, Julie & Wes
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- from the Del Rio News-Herald:
Peggy Halamicek Kinsey
Mrs. Peggy Halamicek Kinsey 65, entered into rest February 7, 2007 in Del Rio, Texas surrounded by many of her loved ones and closest friends. Mrs. Kinsey was born on February 9, 1941 in McCamey, Texas to Paul and Emma Halamicek and was married to Glenn “Buddy” Kinsey on August 15, 1962 in Llano, Texas. They had one son, David G. Kinsey.
She was a very devoted wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, sister, cousin and most of all a dedicated friend. Her passion in life was playing and teaching others how to play the piano. She spent the last 41 years teaching many students in Del Rio. She was an active member and the pianist of: the Del Rio Christian Church, was a Majority Girl in the International Order of the Rainbow, a member of the Del Rio Music Club and Del Rio Friends of the Arts.
She was preceded in death by of her parents, two brothers Richard Alan Halamicek and Paul Halamicek Jr., and one sister Anna Marie Halamicek. Left here to celebrate the life that she lived are: her husband Buddy, her son David and his wife Sue of Del Rio. Her four grandchildren: David Kinsey of Humble, Texas; Richard Kinsey of Big Spring/ Del Rio, Texas; Dustin and Douglas Kinsey of Del Rio. She is also survived by her brother Lynn and wife Maxine Halamicek of San Angelo, Texas; her sister Kay and husband Doyland Lewis of San Angelo, Texas; her sister-in-law Raye Halamicek of Brackettville, Texas; numerous nieces and nephews, cousins, friends and piano students.
Visitations will be Thursday, February 8, 2007, 5:00P.M. – 9:00P.M, at G. W. Cox Memorial Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral services will be Friday, February 9, 2007 at 4P.M, at the First Baptist Church with Pastor Jim Lewis officiating. Interment will be at the Rowena Cemetery, Rowena, Texas on Saturday, February 10, 2007 at 2:00P.M.
Pallbearers will be Peggy’s nephews: Dennis Lewis, Michael Halamicek, Benny Halamicek, Peter Perez, Greg Stone and close friend Gary Linebaugh with the honorary pallbearers being her four grandchildren: David, Richard, Dustin and Douglas and Butch Skelton and Bill Tyra.
In Lieu of Usual Remembrances Memorials sent to the Val Verde Hospice or the Del Rio Christian Church.
Funeral arrangements with G. W. Cox Memorial Funeral Home, of Del Rio LTD, 114 Fletcher Drive, Del Rio, Texas. 78840 Ph: 830.775.2000
Published February 8, 2007
Posted by Greg & Louisa Halamicek Stone
- If any of you folks around Bryan-College Station see the obituary for Milton
Marek please post. The funeral is Saturday but the notice might be in
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Marek, Milton E. View/Sign Guest Book May 9, 1945 ? July 17, 2007
Milton Edward Marek, 62, died peacefully at home on July 17, 2007, after a long and courageous battle with several debilitating illnesses. He was cared for lovingly by his wife, daughter and Hospice Brazos Valley.
The roots of Milton's family run deep in Burleson County, but his daddy had a job with "the college," so they moved to College Station, and Milton was born on May 9, 1945 at the old St. Joseph Hospital in Bryan. He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church and graduated from St. Joseph Catholic School and A&M Consolidated High School, where he participated in FFA, track and pole vaulting. Since the age of 4, he has been a member of the Czech Catholic Union of Texas (K.J.T.).
Milton was honorably discharged from the U.S. Army Reserves in June 1971. He was a claims adjuster for most of his professional life and was a loving provider for his family. Milton made friends wherever he went. He had a generous nature and anyone who knew him will remember that he loved to talk, cook and have people over to enjoy a big pot of chili, stew or pinto beans, a scrumptious brisket on the pit or just whatever he might be cooking that day.
He was preceded in death by his beloved parents, Joe G. and Marcella Machovsky Marek.
Survivors include his wife of 32 years, Vicki Ferrell Marek; brothers, Joe D. Marek and Patrick G. Marek and wife, Desiree; sons, David Marek, Darrell Marek and wife, Melissa, and James Marek and wife, Crystal; daughter, Renee Marek; parents-in-law, Turner and Josephine Ferrell; brothers-in-law, Stanley Ferrell and wife, Mindie, and Glenn Ferrell and wife, Pat; granddaughters, Katelyn Marek and Leanne Marek; step-grandsons, Cody and Tyler Flanagan; six nieces; one nephew and many more relatives and friends.
A funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 21 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, with Monsignor John McCaffrey officiating. Visitation will be from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, July 20 at Memorial Funeral Chapel in Bryan, with a remembrance service at 7 p.m. Visitation will be from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, July 21 at the funeral home.
Pallbearers will be Patrick A. Marek, Brian McMullin, David Zimmerman, Chris Bomnskie, David Moss and Don Gustavus.
Milton will be deeply missed by his family and friends, including his best buddy, Tuffy, the family dachshund. Milton often expressed his appreciation for the care that he received during his illness.
Memorials may be made to Hospice Brazos Valley, 502 W. 26th St., Bryan, Texas, 77803.
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- Hi -Has anyone seen an obituary for Lillian Janacek, 78, of the La Grange area (funeral was today)? On the KVLG website, they just had that she died, but they do not post any details. If anyone sees it, would you please send it to me? Thank you. Julie
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