Kubena, Bohumir Alois

Bohumir Alois Kubena

Floresville Chronicle-Journal, 25 Mar 1949


B.A. Kubena of Block Hill Community died at his home there at 1:30 p.m. Friday, March 18.

The body lay in state at Murray Funeral Home until Sunday a.m. at which time it was taken to Praha, Texas.

Rosary was said Saturday evening, March 19 at 8:30 at Murray Funeral Home. The Rev Leopold officiated.

Funeral services were held at the Catholic Church in Praha Monday, March 21 with interment at Praha Catholic Cemetery, Rev Vaclav Bily, a nephew of the deceased, of Blessing, officiated.

Mr. Kubena, born August 5, 1895, was a native Texan, having spent most of his life in Fayette County. He lived at Praha prior to moving to Wilson County. He had lived in the Block Hill Community for the past five years where he engaged in farming. He served with the Army in World War I.

Mr. Kubena was planting in his field when he suffered a stroke. Everything possible was done but he passed away without regaining consciousness. At the time of his death he was 54 years, seven months and 13 days.

Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Frances Kubena, three sons, John B. of San Antonio, Edwin and Joseph of Block Hill, four daughters Mrs. Agnes Remmers of Kenedy, Sister M. Lydia of the Nazareth Convent in Victoria, Lilly of San Antonio and Mary Ann of Block Hill and two sisters.

Obituary contributed by Matt Cross









Source: Fayette County Obituaries