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  • Rosemary Ermis
    Weimar, Tex., April 16.-Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Verunac, 59, widow of the late Frank Verunac, prominent Weimar business man, and a 40-year resident
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      Weimar, Tex., April 16.—Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Verunac, 59, widow of the late Frank Verunac, prominent Weimar business man, and a 40-year resident here, whose death occurred Sunday morning in a Shiner hospital, were held here Tuesday morning from St. Michael’s Church, with Mgr. Joseph Szymanski of Weimar, Msgr. L. P. Netardus of Shiner, and Rev. Edmund Bily of Shiner officiating.

       

      Survivors include four sons, Frank of Chicago, Ill,, Justin of Kelly Field, San Antonio, Joe and James of Weimar; five daughters, Mrs. A. P. Kallus of Reutersville, Mrs. James G. Bartosh, Mrs. Rudy Kloesel, Mrs. Phillip Kloesel, and Georgie Verunac, all of Weimar; five brothers, Dr. Frank Wagner of Shiner, Dr. Martin Wagner of Houston, Louis of Cistern, John of Floresville, and Joe Wagner of Moulton; five sisters, Mrs. Max Walla of Schulenburg, Mrs. Frank J. Jaks, Mrs. Alfonse Grill, Mrs. Frank Dusek, Mrs. Charles Miculka, all of Shiner, and her father, John Wagner, of Shiner.

       

      Burial was in St. Michael’s Cemetery.

       

      Galveston Daily News, Wednesday, April 17, 1940

       

      Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Verunac, 59, long-time Weimar resident and widow of the late Frank J. Verunac, prominent Weimar business man, were held here Tuesday morning at St. Michael’s Church, with Msgr. J. J. Szymanski of Weimar, Msgr. L. P. Netardus of Shiner, Rev. Edmund Bily of Shiner and Rev. Louis Blinka of Weimar officiating.

       

      In ill health for several months, Mrs. Verunac expired Sunday morning at 3:25 at the Shiner Hospital.

       

      Mrs. Verunac, nee Anna Wagner, was a native of Shiner where she was born in June of 1888, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wagner.  In 1889 she was married to Frank J. Verunac and shortly afterward moved to Weimar.  In 1935, her husband, who for many years was one of Weimar’s prominent business men, expired.  The following year, her mother, Mrs. John Wagner, passed away.

       

      A resident of Weimar for approximately forty years, Mrs. Verunac had made many friends.  Diligent and affable, she was a fine mother and reared a family of nine children, each of whom has become respected and worthy citizens of the various areas where they reside.  Six of her children are well-known residents of Weimar.

       

      A brother, Dr. Frank Wagner, is an eminent surgeon of Shiner and heads the Wagner Hospital there.  Another brother, Dr. Martin Wagner, is a Houston dentist.  Her father, John Wagner, who is 83 years of age, is one of Shiner’s oldest residents.

       

      Survivors include:  four sons, Frank of Chicago, Illinois, Justin of Kelly Field, San Antonio, Joe and James of Weimar; five daughters, Mrs. A. P. Kallus of Rutersville, Mrs. James G. Bartosh of Weimar, Mrs. Rudy Kloesel, Mrs. Phillip Kloesel and Miss Georgie Verunac, all of Weimar; five brothers, Dr. Frank Wagner of Shiner, Dr. Martin Wagner of Houston, Louis of Cistern, John of Floresville, and Joe of Moulton; and five sisters, Mrs. Max Walla of Schulenburg, Mrs. Frank J. Jaks, Mrs. Alfonse Grill, Mrs. Frank Dusek and Mrs. Chas Miculka, all of Shiner, and eleven grandchildren.

       

      Burial was in the St. Michael’s Cemetery.

       

      To sorrowing family members and relatives, the Mercury publisher extends sincerest sympathy.

       

      Weimar Mercury, Friday, April 19, 1940

       

      Submitted by Rosemary Ermis

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