Dusek, Albert Joseph
Albert Dusek Heart Attack Victim At Houston
Funeral services were held here July 9 for Albert Joseph Dusek, 60, who died at his home in Houston July 7, of a heart attack.
His body lay in state in Earthman Funeral Chapel in Houston until the day of the funeral, when it was brought to Hubbard Funeral Chapel. At 2:30 that afternoon the funeral Mass was held at St. Michael's Catholic Church, and burial was in the Church cemetery.
Rev. O. B. Kahlich officiated.
Mr. Dusek was born June 20, 1913 in Fayette County, the son of Joseph and Mary Malinovsky Dusek. He married Miss Tillie Schenk on Octobner 1, 1935, and they lived in Weimar until about 1941, when they moved to Houston, where he worked as a welder. For the last 20 years he was associated with Kroger's.
His wife survives, along with a son and daughter-in-law, Capt. and Mrs. Eugene Dusek of San Antonio; four sisters, Mrs. Marcella Valla and Mrs. Emil (Agnes) Valla, both of Weimar, Mrs. Joe (Mary) Mazac, both of Houston; and three brothers, Emil and Joe Dusek of Weimar and Cyril of Schulenburg.
He was preceded in death by twin daughters who died in infancy and an infant sister.
Pallbearers were John Schenk, Joe Mazac, Franklin Valla, Edward Kusy, Emil Valla, Emil Dusek, John Mazac, and Charley Peterek.
Weimar Mercury, July 19, 1973
Submitted by Rosemary Ermis
Dusek, Anastasia (Valchar)
Final Rites for Mrs. James Dusek, 56, Held Saturday
Funeral services for Mrs. Anastasia Valchar Dusek, 56, wife of James Dusek, of the Bila Hora section, were held Saturday afternoon, Feb 2, at Hubbard Funeral Home.
Burial was in Masonic Cemetery. Rev. F H. Horak Jr., pastor of Weimar Evangelican & Reformed Church, officiated.
Mrs. Dusek died at her home on Thursday, Jan. 31.
Born April 25, 1900, she was a lifelong resident of the Bila Hora area and was an active member of the Czech Moravian Brethren Church at Vsetin until about three years ago when her health began to fail. She was married to James A. Dusek Oct 24, 1922.
Survivors in addition to her husband are her 84-year-old mother, Mrs. Theresa Valchar; one daughter, Mrs. Elgin Miculka of San Antonio; seven sisters, Mrs. Vlasta Voytek, Mrs. Theresa Voytek, Mrs. John L. Foyt, Mrs. John A. Foyt, Mrs. Frank Rosnovak, and Misses Martha and Agnes Valchar; two brothers, Jerry and Henry Valchar; and two grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Jaro Fojt, John Foyt, Jerry Valchar, Johnny Valchar, Frank Osina and Jon Dusek.
Weimar Mercury, February 8, 1957, page 1
TWIN BABY GIRLS TAKEN BY DEATH
Twin baby girls were born unto Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dusek Tuesday. The little darlings were too tender for this earth, and soon passed away. They were interred in St. Michael’s Cemetery Wednesday morning, with Rev. Jos. Szymanski officiating. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the bereaved parents in their deep bereavement.
Weimar Mercury, August 5, 1938, page 5
Dusek, Infant Daughter
CONTENT - NEW BIELAU NEWS
Sorry to report the death of a little baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dusek Thursday. The little, innocent body was laid to rest Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, in St. Michael's Cemetery. Many relatives and friends attended the funeral. Our sympathy goes out to the bereaved family.
Weimar Mercury, Friday, May 9, 1930
Contributed by Rosemary Ermis
Long, Long, Ago
May 9, 1930
A little baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Dusek of the New Bielau community--only a few hours old--died last Thursday and the little form was laid to rest in St. Michael’s Cemetery Friday.
Weimar Mercury, May 5, 2005
Dusek, Joseph J.
Final Rites for J. J. Dusek Sr. Held Nov. 23
Funeral services for Joseph J. Dusek Sr., 80-year-old retired farmer, were held Saturday, Nov. 23, at Hubbard Funeral Home and St. Michael’s Catholic Church here, with burial in St. Michael’s Cemetery.
Rev. Albert Hubertus officiated.
Mr. Dusek died at 2:10 p.m. Nov. 21 in Youens MemoriaI Hospital, where he had been admitted the previous day. He had been in failing health the past four years.
Born Aug. 15, 1888, at Cermo, Czechoslovakia, he came to this country with his parents, Joe and Annie Dusek, when he was 5. The family settled at Ammannsville.
He married Miss Mary Malinovsky in 1911 and they lived at Ammannsville until 1919, when they moved to New Bielau. Nine years ago they retired from farming and moved to Weimar.
Mrs. Dusek survives, along with four daughters, Mrs. Marcella Valla and Mrs. Emil (Agnes) Valla of Weimar and Mrs. Joe (Mary) Mazac and Mrs. John (Rosie) Mazac, both of Houston; four sons, Albert Dusek of Houston, Emil and Joe Dusek of Weimar and Cyril Dusek of Schulenburg; 15 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Ralph Broadstone, Ronny Dusek, Emil Valla Jr., Emil Dusek Jr., Franklin Valla and Gary Prater.
Weimar Mercury, December 5, 1968, page 10
Dusek, Martha (Anders)
Mrs. Dusek’s Funeral Held Here Monday
Funeral services for Mrs. Peter (Martha) Dusek, 64, were held Monday, Feb. 20, at St. Michael’s Catholic Church, with burial in the church cemetery.
Mrs. Dusek died at 2:15 p.m. Friday in M.D. Anderson Hospital, Houston, after a nine-day stay.
Born July 11, 1913, in Fayette County, she was a daughter of Joe V. and Mary (Sassin) Anders. She was married to Peter Dusek at Holman on Jan. 9, 1939. They farmed at Holman and later at Hostyn for 28 years before moving to Weimar, where Mr. Dusek did mechanic work. He died in May 1977.
Mrs. Dusek was a member of St. Michael’s Catholic Church, St. Ann Society, and the KJZT.
She is survived by four brothers, Eugene, Eddie J., Emil and Steve Anders, all of Weimar; two sisters, Mrs. Alfred C. (Vlasta) Beyer of Weimar and Mrs. Daniel (Margie) Lev of Rosenberg; and a number of nieces and nephews. One brother, Frank Anders, preceded her in death.
Pallbearers where James Anders, Joseph Steffek, Michael Lev, Eugene Hrachovy, Frankie Joe Dusek, and Johnnie Dusek.
The Weimar Mercury, February 23, 1978
Submitted by Sandra Long Anders
Dusek, Mary (Malinovsky)
Final Rites for Ms. Mary Dusek, 79, Held Friday
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary M. Dusek, 79, were held Friday, April 25, at Hubbard Funeral Home and St. Michael’s Catholic Church here, with burial in St. Michael’s Cemetery.
Rev. Oswald Kahlich officiated.
Mrs. Dusek died at 2:10 p.m. April 23 in Youens Memorial Hospital.
Born Sept. 12, 1889, in Moravia, Czechoslovakia, she came to this country with her parents, John and Mary Malinovsky, at the age of 12.
She was married to Joseph J. Dusek on Oct. 31, 1910, and they lived at Ammannsville until 1919, when they moved to New Bielau. For the past nine years she has lived in Weimar.
Mr. Dusek died in November 1968.
Surviving are four daughter, Mrs. Marcella Valla and Mrs. Emil (Agnes) Valla of Weimar, Mrs. Joe (Mary) Mazac and Mrs. John (Rosie) Mazac of Houston; four sons, Albert Dusek of Houston, Emil and Joe Dusek of Weimar, and Cyril Dusek of Schulenburg; 15 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Frances Hermes of Schulenburg and Mrs. Joe (Rose) Vanjura of Weimar.
Pallbearers were Ralph Broadstone, Ronny Dusek, Emil Valla Jr., Emil Dusek Jr. Franklin Valla and Otto Kocian.
Weimar Mercury, May 1, 1969, page 10
Dusek, Peter P.
Peter Dusek Funeral Held Here May 7
Funeral services for Peter Dusek, 64, of Weimar were held Saturday morning, May 7, at St. Michael’s Catholic Church here, with Rev. Charles Carolan officiating. Burial was in St. Michael’s Cemetery.
Mr. Dusek died May 5 in Youens Memorial Hospital, where he had been a patient only a few hours.
Born near Hostyn on Feb. 6, 1913, he was a son of Joseph and Mary (Srubar) Dusek. He married Martha Anders at Holman on January 9, 1939. They farmed at Holman and later at Hostyn for 38 years before moving to Weimar, where he did mechanic work until his illness began.
He was a member of St. Michael’s Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus 4th Degree, KJT and St. Joseph’s Society.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Martha Dusek; four brothers, Frank of San Antonio, Jerry of La Grange, Lad and Joe of Houston, and five sisters, Mrs. Annie Hrachovy of Hostyn, Mrs. Mary Shumbera of Hall, Mrs. Agnes Jurica of Houston, Mrs. Josie Matocha of La Grange, and Mrs. Martha Kovar of Houston.
Pallbearers were Frank Krotky, Allen Hoelscher, Johnnie Hajovsky, Anton Schindler, Joe Cernoch and Frank Klima.
Weimar Mercury, May 19, 1977
Dusek, Vaclav "James" Albert
Albert Dusek Funeral Held Here
Funeral services for Vaclav (James) Albert Dusek, 74, of San Antonio were held here Tuesday morning, July 16, from Hubbard Funeral Chapel with burial in Masonic Cemetery. Rev. Robert N. Crawford officiated.
Mr. Dusek died at 7:45 a.m. Monday, July 15, in a San Antonio hospital, where he had been a patient a short time. He had been ill about a year.
A retired farmer, he lived in this area most of his life, moving to San Antonio in his later years. He was born Feb. 26, 1900 at Ammannsville, a son of Joe and Annie Dusek He married Anastasia Valchar at Hallettsville on Oct. 24, 1922. She died in 1957.
Mr. Dusek is survived by his daughter, Mrs. Elgin (Martha) Miculka, and his son-in-law, Mr. Miculka of San Antonio; two grandchildren; and one brother, Charles Dusek of El Campo.
In addition to his wife, three brothers, Vince, Joe and an infant, and three sisters, Annie, Marie and Tillie, preceded him in death.
Weimar Mercury, July 18, 1974
Submitted by Rosemary Ermis