obit: Richard Naiser - mom Vasicek
Funeral services for Richard R. Naiser, 72-year-old father of Mrs. Joe Neiser [as printed] of Weimar, were held Tuesday morning at the family home at Mullin's Prairie, with continued services at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church, Holman.
Rev. Adolph Janda was celebrant of the Requiem Mass. Rev. J. R. Till of San Antonio delivered an English sermon and Rev. John Hanacek of Shiner spoke in Czech.
Burial was in the Catholic cemetery at Holman.
Mr. Naiser, a lifetime resident of this area and a prominent farmer in the Mullins Prairie section, died at his home early Sunday morning. He had recently undergone an operation and had been released from the hospital at La Grange only the previous afternoon.
Born at Ammannsville, son of Charles and Frances Vasicek Naiser, European immigrants, he married Miss Ottilie Bohac at Ammannsville on Nov. 15, 1905.
Surviving in addition to his wife are five daughters, Mrs. Emma (Joe) Neiser of Weimar, Miss Edna Naiser of Austin, Mrs. Annie Thrash of Wichita Falls, Mrs. Martha Heinrich of Houston and Mrs. Alma Holub of Schulenburg; five sons, Alfons and Albert naiser of Baytown, and Edward, Emil and johnnie naiser of La Grange; three sisters, Mrs. Annie Nelson of California, Mrs. Frances Bohac of Ammannsville and Mrs. Elizabeth Stavinoha of Rosenberg; and 12 grandchildren.
Pallbearers were members of the Knights of Columbus, La Grange council.
Weimar Mercury, Friday, November 12, 1954
[Note: Naiser and Neiser used in obit -- RE]