Annie F. Holub

  • Born: July 26, 1921
  • Died: February 22, 2014
  • Location: Garwood, Texas

Triska Funeral Home

612 Merchant St
El Campo, TX 77437

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Tel. (979) 543-3681

Tribute & Message From The Family


Annie F. Holub, 92, of Garwood, formally of Hillje, passed away on February 22, 2014. She was born on July 26, 1921 in Pierce, Texas to the late Joseph and Veronica Kopecky Prochazka. She was a homemaker and a member of Christian Mothers in Nada.

Survivors include her daughters Janie Bucek and husband David of Wharton and Lillian Eggemeyer and husband Edwin of Garwood, son John Victor Holub of Houston, 8 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, and sister Janie York of Crosby.

Annie was preceded in death by her parents, husband Victor E. Holub, sisters Betty Bronikowski and Patsy Pechacek and brother Joe Prochazka.

Visitation will be held on Tuesday February 25 from 2 pm to 6 pm at Triska Funeral Home. A rosary will be recited on Wednesday February 26 at 9:30 am at St. Andrew's Catholic Church in Hillje. Funeral services will follow at 10 am with Rev. Clement Quainoo officiating. Burial will follow at St. Andrew's Catholic Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be David Bucek Jr., Jeffrey Bucek, Ian Harris, Allen Eggemeyer, Jason Eggemeyer, and Keith Kresta. Memorial donations in memory of Annie Holub may be made to St. Andrew's Catholic Church.

Condolences for the family may be left online at www.triskafuneralhome.com
Triska Funeral Home El Campo, Texas 979-543-3681


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Rest in peace Annie.. may our good Lord look over you! Your cousin, Karen

Posted by Karen Lee Pechacek - Centreville, VA - cousin   March 02, 2014

Lil and Family: Our Deepest Sympathy for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Posted by Danny and Irene Hurta - Needville, TX - Friend   March 01, 2014

Dear Janie, Lilly and John:

Hugs to all of you because sometimes words are just not enough.
I remember visiting your farm and your mother having a poppy seed cake with lemon filling. It seems she had it whenever we came and yet she didn't know we were coming
I remember play there and once I was on the shed with metal roof and electric line above which we were not to go on and I reached up and got a shook. That was probably good I didn't get hurt. I never told anyone since I was not to be there. And daddy would have had a fit.
But I remeber enjoying visiting the farm very much. Your mom was so nice and the kids had the run of the place.
She will surely be missed. Even though my mom was 88 and debiliated by a bad stroke I could still see her as a young mother and great friend and slowly at 80 her memory started to go so she moved to Dallas. I am sure that you rember your mother as I do mine. One does reach an age and physical health has declined so much that the Lord takes you with open arms. Their is a season to be born and a season to return to the earth. A season to mourn and a season to rejoice.
May the Lord hold you in the palm of His hand.
I will not be able to attend. All of you were so good about being at my father's, Patty's and mother
s funeral. I will be there in spirit.
Love, Peace, Joy and Hope

Posted by Susan Holub Cummings - Durham, NC   February 25, 2014