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  • darlenbaker@cs.com
    The Bryan-College Station Eagle April 4, 2001 Henriette S. Ahrens Dec. 24, 1914 - April 3, 2001 BRENHAM — Services for Henriette S. Ahrens, 86, of Brenham
    Message 1 of 7 , Apr 6, 2001
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      The Bryan-College Station Eagle  



      April 4, 2001
      Henriette S. Ahrens
      Dec. 24, 1914 - April 3, 2001

      BRENHAM — Services for Henriette S. Ahrens, 86, of Brenham are set for 11
      a.m. Thursday at Eben-Ezer Lutheran Church of Berlin. The Rev. Roger Semmler
      will officiate. Burial will be in the church cemetery.Visitation will be
      from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Memorial Oaks Chapel in Brenham.

      Ms. Ahrens died Tuesday at Trinity Medical Center in Brenham.She was born in
      Welcome. She attended Welcome school and Blinn College School of Nursing. She
      was a retired licensed vocational nurse at Bohne Memorial Hospital. She was a
      member of Eben-Ezer Lutheran Church of Berlin, the American Legion Auxiliary
      and the Women of the ELCA.

      Survivors include her daughter-in-law, Arlene Ahrens of Brenham; three
      grandchildren and one great-granddaughter; her sister-in-law, Belle Schuette
      of Woodville, and numerous nieces, nephews and friends.

      Memorials may be made to Eben-Ezer Lutheran Church of Berlin.





    • darlenbaker@cs.com
      The Bryan-College Station Eagle Melvin M. Hronek Sr. Sept. 30, 1923 — April 4, 2001 COOKS POINT — Services for Melvin M. Hronek, Sr., 77, of Cooks Point
      Message 2 of 7 , Apr 6, 2001
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        The Bryan-College Station Eagle

        Melvin M. Hronek Sr.

        Sept. 30, 1923 — April 4, 2001

        COOKS POINT — Services for Melvin M. Hronek, Sr., 77, of Cooks Point are set
        for 2 p.m. Friday at Cooks Point Brethren Church. The Rev. Norman Haisler and
        the Rev. Joseph Polasek will officiate. Burial will be in the church cemetery.

        Arrangements are under the direction of Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home in
        Caldwell.  Mr. Hronek died Wednesday at St. Joseph Regional Health Center in
        Bryan. He was born in the Cooks Point community. He was a U.S. Army veteran
        of World War II and a retired dairy farmer and rancher.

        Survivors include his wife of 56 years, Lois Schoeneman Hronek of Cooks
        Point; two sons and daughters-in-law, Kenneth Sr. and Novella Hronek of Cooks
        Point, and Melvin Jr. and Janet Hronek of Sweeny, Texas; a daughter and
        son-in-law, Pamela Ann and Mickey Littlejohn of Somerville; a brother and
        sister-in-law, A.G. and Bernice Hronek of Cooks Point; six grandchildren and
        four great-grandchildren.





      • darlenbaker@cs.com
        The Victoria Advocate ANNIE J. HAHN PORT LAVACA -- Annie Jane Hahn, infant daughter of Dale and Linda Rokyta Hahn of Port Lavaca, died Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2000.
        Message 3 of 7 , Sep 5, 2001
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          The Victoria Advocate
          ANNIE J. HAHN

            PORT LAVACA -- Annie Jane Hahn, infant daughter of Dale and Linda Rokyta
          Hahn of Port Lavaca, died Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2000.
          She was born Aug. 8, 2000.
            Survivors: parents; sisters, Dottie Hahn and Emily Hahn, both of Port
          Lavaca; grandparents, Bill and Martha Hahn and Joe and Dorothy Rokyta, all of
          Port Lavaca.
            Private graveside services will be at Six-Mile Community Cemetery, the
          Rev. Anthony ``Casey'' DuBose officiating. Richardson Funeral Home, Port
          Lavaca, (361) 552-2988.

          Originally published on: August 10, 2000 on page 9A.


          **This little one was my cousin's baby.  This little Czech never had a
          chance.  Great grandparents: Joe and Lillie Rokyta , Mr./Mrs. Lesikar

          darlene baker
        • Melinda Sims
          This is the text of the full obit. for my mother as published in the Hallettsville Tribune-Herald 2/1/2006 on page 10A. L. Elizabeth H. Svetlik L. Elizabeth
          Message 4 of 7 , Feb 1 8:49 PM
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            This is the text of the full obit. for my mother as published in the
            Hallettsville Tribune-Herald 2/1/2006 on page 10A.

            L. Elizabeth H. Svetlik

            L. Elizabeth Hoehne Svetlik, 79, of Weimar, died Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006.

            She was born Oct. 4, 1926, in Cuero, to O. F. and Lonie McDonald Hoehne.

            Mrs. Svetlik lived in Hallettsville until the summer of 1969 when she moved
            to Spring Branch in Houston. Recently she resided at Parkview Manor in
            Weimar.

            On June 8, 1944 she married George T. Svetlik at Sacred Heart Church in
            Hallettsville.

            She was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church in Weimar.

            Survivors include six daughters, Betty Stepanek and husband, Eugene of
            Weimar, Virginia Grafe and husband, Bill of Hallettsville, Gayle Hoegemeyer
            and husband, Jack of East Bernard, Melinda Sims and husband, Mike of Katy,
            Cheryl Partney and husband, Keith of Houston, and Laura Neal and husband,
            Gary of Cypress; two sons, George T. Svetlik Jr. and wife, Patsy of
            Arlington and Gerald Svetlik and wife, Kim of Katy; 16 grandchildren, Carol
            Stepanek, Michele Stepanek, Donna Grafe Tucker and husband, Bud, Kelly Haas
            and husband, Rodney, Jason Grafe and wife, Kathy, Charlie Lozano and wife,
            Anita, Aaron Svetlik and fiancé, Adrienne Goudreaux, Sabrina Svetlik,
            Jennifer Rieger and husband, Scott, Jonathan Hoegemeyer and wife, Dalyn,
            Meagan Svetlik, Kathleen Svetlik, Devin Partney, Koen Partney, Maribeth
            Sims, and James Hoegemeyer, and 10 great-grandchildren, Jordan Hoegemeyer,
            Hayley Hoegemeyer, Kayla Rieger, Lauren Rieger, Hunter Rieger, Shelby Haas,
            Bailey Haas, Leena Lozano, Jared Grafe, and Baby Tucker.

            She was preceded in death by: her husband, George T. Svetlik, Sr. on May 18,
            1999; an infant son, her parents, and a brother, O. F. Hoehne Jr.

            Visitation began 4 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 31 at Kubena Funeral Home,
            Hallettsville.

            Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Kubena Funeral Home and at 1:30
            p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1 at Sacred Heart Church, Hallettsville.

            Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Sacred Heart Church. Rev. John
            Peters will officiate.

            Burial, under the direction of Kubena Funeral Home, will follow at Sacred
            Heart Cemetery.

            Pallbearers will be Jason Grafe, Charlie Lozano, Aaron Svetlik, Scott
            Rieger, Jonathan Hoegemeyer, Rodney Haas, O. F. Hoehne III.

            Honorary pallbearers will be Sabrina Svetlik, Devin Partney, Koen Partney,
            and James Hoegemeyer.
          • Linda Moore
            Doris Vondra Millican Mrs. Doris Vondra Millican age 72 of Huntsville, passed away Friday April 6, 2007 in the Huntsville Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Millican was
            Message 5 of 7 , Apr 13, 2007
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              Doris Vondra  Millican
               
              Mrs. Doris Vondra Millican age 72 of Huntsville, passed away Friday April 
              6, 2007 in the Huntsville Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Millican was born March 7, 1935 in Lovelady and had lived in Huntsville for the past 27 years. Mrs Millican was a member of the American Legion Post #618 in Willis and also a member of the Calvary Baptist Church in Crockett.
                  Survivors include her husband Billy Millican, of Huntsville; children Linda Smith and husband Melvin, of Grapeland, Norma Fuson and husband Gary, of New Waverly, Billy Jeffery Millican,of Georgia, James Rains and wife Ginger, of Huntsville, Calvin Millican and wife Tammy, of Crockett, Melinda Woolley and husband Bubba of Lovelady;
                Grandchildren Laurie, Melissa, Jason, Julie, Gary, Crystal, Billy, Marcus, Jamie Gail, Joshua, C.J., Danny, Ketrina, Tasha, and Chandra;
                Great-grandchildren Ashton, Veda, Alex, Keaira, Angel, Kirstyn, Ayden, and Kaylee;
                Brother Jimmy Vondra and wife Pat of Crystal Beach
                 Sisters Mary Ann Vondra Millican and Jean Vondra Davenport of Crockett.
                  Preceded in death by her parents Joe Vondra and Annie Rosenbaum Vondra Steffek; step-father Tom Steffek; brothers Charlie Vondra and Joe Frank Vondra Jr.
                  Funeral services for Mrs Doris Vondra Millican were held Monday April 9,at 2:00 p.m. in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel Crockett, Texas with Rev. Terry Gibson officiating. Interment followed in the Center Hill Cemetary.
                
               
               
            • Linda Moore
              Troy Krenek TROY KRENEK, 83, of Garwood, Texas passed away unexpectedly Sunday, November 30, 2008. Troy and his wife, Betty Humphrey Krenek, moved to Garwood
              Message 6 of 7 , Dec 20, 2008
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                Troy Krenek
                TROY KRENEK, 83, of Garwood, Texas passed away unexpectedly Sunday, November 30, 2008. Troy and his wife, Betty Humphrey Krenek, moved to Garwood in 1948 where Troy enjoyed a successful 30-year career as Vocational Agriculture Teacher at Garwood High School and later Rice Consolidated. Troy was a devoted family man and was always proudly showing the latest photos. He was active in the Garwood Lions Club serving a term as President and spending many years on the Board of Directors. He retired from teaching in 1983 after proudly teaching three generations of Garwood students. Troy was adamant in teaching youth about agriculture and giving them leadership skills. In 1956, this led to his involvement with the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. As a Lifetime Director, he was active with The International Committee, where he was honored with Diplomat status. He was also lifelong member of the Junior Commercial Steer Show Committee where his students excelled for many years and where his advice and counsel were always valued. He was an avid outdoorsman with a great love for hunting. His outdoor passion was guiding and teaching his children, grandchildren, and friends as they hunted the Garwood prairie. He was preceded in death by his parents, his loving wife Betty and his brother Bill. Survivors include: daughters Joyce Gouldie and husband Robert, Pam Talamantez and husband David, sons Jerry Krenek and wife Debbie, and William Troy Krenek and wife Mardi. He is also survived by special friend Dora Briscoe. He was the proud grandfather of nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Troy had a heart for God and as such lived a life of service to his family, his church, his community, and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Henneke Funeral Home will host a visitation from 6-8 pm on Thursday, December 4. The funeral services will be Friday, December 5 at 2 pm. at Henneke Funeral Home. Graveside rites will be at the Lehrer Memorial Cemetery Highway 71 (north of Garwood). Rev. Richard Dubroc will be officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Henneke Funeral Home, 1515 Montezuma, Columbus, Texas. Henneke Funeral Home Columbus, TX 979-732-2143
                 
                Troys parents were Adolph and Lottie Knox Krenek of the Lone Pine Community near Lovelady, Texas
              • gpatrick
                Thanks, rosemary, for the George W. Petrek, Jr. obit. This is my first cousin, Sonny , who was the son of Aunt Ella Petrek, a picture of which was posted
                Message 7 of 7 , Feb 2 3:46 AM
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                  Thanks, rosemary, for the George W. Petrek, Jr. obit.  This is my first cousin, "Sonny", who was the son of Aunt Ella  Petrek, a picture of which was  posted in an obit  a couple of years ago.
                   
                  George
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