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Charles J. "buddy" Rother Sr. Sunday April 01, 2001 obit

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    Charles J. buddy Rother Sr. Sunday April 01, 2001 Victoria Adovcate on line Charles J. Buddy Rother Sr., 84, of Hallettsville, died Friday, March 30, 2001.
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      Charles J. "buddy" Rother Sr.
      Sunday April 01, 2001
      Victoria Adovcate on line

      Charles J. "Buddy" Rother Sr., 84, of Hallettsville, died Friday, March 30,
      2001. He was born on Sept. 5, 1916 in the Breslau Community in Lavaca County
      to Louis and Mary Stanzel Rother. On August 11, 1941 he married Grace Rektorik
      in Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Schulenburg. Survivors: wife Grace
      Rektorik Rother; daughter Sharon Rother Janak and husband Benedict A. Janak
      of Hallettsville; sons County Judge Charles "Typpy" Rother and wife Mary Ann
      Seidenberger Rother of Shiner, and Louis Frank Rother of Hallettsville;
      6-grandchildren Miranda Henke, Barron Janak, Marlene Irvin, Amy Adamek,
      Jennifer Machacek and Alice Rother; 6-great-grandchildren Casey Tucker,
      Garret Henke, Dustin Adamek, Mary Adamek, Abby Irvin and Anna Adamek; sisters
      Helen Rother Grafe, Viola Rother Chovanitz, Joyce Rother Wagner all of
      Hallettsville, Mildred Rother Polk of Schulenburg, Estelle Rother Baros of
      San Antonio; brothers Daniel Rother of Hallettsville, Weldon Rother of
      Victoria. Preceded in death by his parents Louis & Mary Stanzel Rother and
      brother Alois Anton Rother. He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church,
      Knights of Columbus, American Legion, Veteran of World Wars II, and a
      graduate of Blinn College. He was an avid baseball player of the Lavacans and
      was elected to the South Texas Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame. He was one of
      the founders of the Hallettsville Little League and served as President of
      the Little League. He worked for 45 years for Grafe Olds Co. and was a
      dairyman and rancher for most of his life.Visitation: 10am, Sunday at Kubena
      Funeral Home.Rosaries: 7pm, Sunday at Kubena Funeral Home;10am, Monday at St.
      Mary's Catholic Church.Funeral: 10:30am, Monday at St. Mary's Catholic
      Church.Pallbearers: Douglas Irvin, David Adamek, Russell Machacek, Barron
      Janak, Roman Henke, and William Billy Grafe.

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