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Obit: Jerome John Miculka

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  • Ron New
           Funeral services for Jerome John Miculka, 79, an almost lifelong resident of Weimar, were held        Wednesday afternoon at Hubbard Funeral
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 10, 2013
             Funeral services for Jerome John Miculka, 79, an almost lifelong resident of Weimar, were held
             Wednesday afternoon at Hubbard Funeral Home, with burial in the Masonic Cemetery.
             The Rev. George Fuchs, pastor of Weimar United Church of Christ, of which he was a member, officiated.
             Mr. Miculka died Tuesday morning, Nov. 21, 1961, at Youens Hospital. He had been in ill health several years.
             Born June 3, 1882, at Praha in Fayette County, he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Miculka. He married
             Miss Emma Breitkreuz here on Oct. 28, 1912. Mr. Miculka’s first trade was blacksmithing, but for many
             years later he was employed at the Boettcher Co. in charge of the ice plant’s machinery. For a few years
             before he retired he was employed at the Texas Pickle Co.
             He had been a member of the local volunteer fire department more than 50 years.
             Surviving him in addition to his widow are two sons, Lester of Weimar and Elgin of San Antonio; two
             daughters, Mrs. Oscar (Josephine) Henicke of Columbus and Mrs. Dave (Mabel) Merrill of Sinton; 6
             grandchildren; one brother, August, of Weimar; and three sisters, Mrs. Annie Drapela of Houston, Mrs.
             Agnes Vasek of La Grange and Mrs. Janie Fojtik of Granger.
       
             Weimar Mercury   November 23, 1961
       
             Submitted by Ron New
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