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  • Rosemary Ermis
    Funeral services for Joe R. Krejci, 88, who died at 8:30 this (Thursday) morning at his home south of Weimar, will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 2, 2010
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      Funeral services for Joe R. Krejci, 88, who died at 8:30 this (Thursday) morning at his home south of Weimar, will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at Hubbard Funeral Home.
       
      Rev. Frank Svoboda of Tyler will officiate.  Burial will be in the Weimar Masonic Cemetery.
       
      Mr. Krejci's health has been steadily failing the past six years, but until very recently he had been active for a man his age.  Wednesday night he lapsed into a coma which ended in his death 12 hours later.
       
      Born October 7, 1865, in Czecho-Slovakia, he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Krejci.  He married Miss Anna Cerny there Sept. 29, 1893, and they emigrated to America to 1911, settling near Weimar.  Last fall they had held open house for a large number of relative and friends, celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary.
       
      Mr. Krejci was a member of the Evangelical & Reformed Church here and the SPJST lodge.
       
      Surviving in addition to his wife are three daughters, Mrs. Ad. Shumbera and Mrs. Aleridge Rosenbam of Weimar and Mrs. Willie Krizak of Baytown; one son, Emil Krejci of Rosenberg; one brother, Frank Krejci of Weimar; 21 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
       
      Weimar Mercury, Friday, July 23, 1954
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      Among those from other towns who were here for the funeral of Joe Krejci last Saturday were the following:
       
      Rev. F.D. Svoboda of Taylor; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Braikovich, Galveston; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Helmcamp, and daughter, Jeannette, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Gray and children, Sharry and Darrel, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Cox and children, Bonnie Sue and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hensley and daughters, Bonnie Jean and Anita Kay, all from Houston.
       
      Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Littlefield and children, Billy Joe, Jill Lynn and Bobby Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny R. Gray and children, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Krizak and family, all of Baytown; Mr. and Mrs. George Henry Krejci and children, Raymond Daniel, Kathy Ann and David, and Mrs. Adolf Raska, Needville.
       
      Mr. and Mrs. Emil Krejci and son, Emil Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Krejci and children, Norbert Joe, Dorothy Jean and Clarence Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. D.G. Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Bennett of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mayes, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hoffmann and son, Oakland.
       
      Mr. and Mrs. John J. Fojt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dusek Jr. and children, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Melnar and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fojt, all of Hallettsville; Mrs. John Kunetka and Mr. and Mrs. Bright, Columbus; Mr. and Mrs. August Schlebach and Edmund Kunetka, Schulenburg.
       
      Weimar Mercury, Friday, July 30, 1954
       
      Submitted by Rosemary Ermis
    • Rosemary Ermis
      Funeral services for Joe R. Krejci, 88, who died at 8:30 this (Thursday) morning at his home south of Weimar, will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at
      Message 2 of 2 , May 21, 2012
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        Funeral services for Joe R. Krejci, 88, who died at 8:30 this (Thursday) morning at his home south of Weimar, will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at Hubbard Funeral Home.
         
        Rev. Frank Svoboda of Tyler will officiate.  Burial will be in the Weimar Masonic Cemetery.
         
        Mr. Krejci's health has been steadily failing the past six years, but until very recently he had been active for a man his age.  Wednesday night he lapsed into a coma which ended in his death 12 hours later.
         
        Born October 7, 1865, in Czechoslovakia, he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Krjci.  He married Miss Anna Cerny there Sept. 29, 1893, and they emigrated to
        America in 1911, settling near Weimar.  Last fall they had held open house for a large number of relatives and friends, celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary.
         
        Mr. Krejci was a member of the Evangelical & Reformed Church here and the SPJST lodge.
         
        Surviving in addition to his wife are three daughters, Mrs. Ad. Shumbera and Mrs. Aleridge Rosenbaum of Weimar and Mrs. Willie Krizak of Baytown; one son, Emil Krejci of Rosenberg; one brother, Frank Krejci of Weimar; 21 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
         
        Weimar Mercury, Friday, July 23, 1954
         
        Submitted by Rosemary Ermis
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