Jalufka, Julius G.

Victoria Advocate, Saturday, June 21, 1969 Advocate News Service

Julius G. Jalufka

HALLETTSVILLE—Julius G. Jalufka, 78, a retired Hallettsville banker, died at 2:45 a.m. Friday in a San Antonio hospital.

Mr. Jalufka was born April 6, 1891, in Moravia, Tex. He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus Council 2433 and the SPJST Lodge. He was preceded in death by his wife, the former Miss Mary Pustejovsky.

Funeral services will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. at Kubena Funeral Home Chapel and 3:30 p.m. at the Moravia Catholic Church with burial in Moravia Catholic Cemetery.

A Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home chapel.

Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Frank Polasek of Hallettsville; Mrs. James Bradecky Jr. and Mrs. Otto Petter of El Campo and Mrs. Alley Vsemer of Fredericksburg; a son, Lawrence A. Jalufka of LaGrange; five sisters, Mrs. Helen Mikulenka and Mrs. Ollie Brauner of Hallettsville, Mrs. Lillian Blahuta of Moravia, Mrs. Carrie Ford of Houston and Mrs. Willie Mae Maxora of El Paso; two brothers, Jerome Jalufka of Robstown and Jim Jalufka of Kerrville; nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Obituary submitted by Rosemary Ermis

Source: Lavaca County Obituaries


Jalufka, James


Funeral services for James Jalufka, 90 of Kerrville, were held Wednesday in Kerrville Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Raymond E. Wilson officiating.  Burial was in Garden of Memories.  He passed away late Monday night.

Mr. Jalufka was born in Moravia and had been a resident of Kerrville more than two years.  He was a Spanish-American War veteran and veteran of World War I.

He is survived by his wife Mrs. Hilda Jalufka, a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Dayhuss of Santa Rosa, California, two stepdaugthers, Mrs. Betty Jo Morgan and Mrs. Mary Lou McCarty of Corpus Christi.  A stepson, Carl Echols of Portland, one brother and five sisters.

Source: Kerrville Mountain Sun-December 3, 1969


Jalufka, Jerome W.


Jerome W. Jalufka, 90, of Violet, passed away October 8, 1988 in a local hospital after a short illness.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Jewel Jalufka in November 17, 1984.  He was born in Moravia, Texas, and moved to Violet in 1923 when he started his own business, Violet Grain and Gin Company.  He was president of Violet Grain and Gin Company where he was active until his death.  He was past president of the Texas and National Cotton Ginners Association.  He was a vice-president with the Corpus Christi Board of Directors, and was a member and past president of the Rotary Club.  He was a Nueces County Judge in 1958.  He was a graduate of Texas A&M in 1916.

He is survived by two daughters, Barbara Williams of Violet, and Mary Frances Studer of Arlington, Texas; two sons, Jerome E. Jalufka of Corpus Christi, and Earl Davis Jalufka of Violet; four sisters, Carrie Ford of Kingsland, Texas, Ollie Brauner of Hallettsville, Helen Mikulenka, also of Hallettsville, and Willie Mae Maxem of El Paso, 14 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.

A Rosary was recited at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Violet.  Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 3 p.m. Monday at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church.  Burial will follow in St. Anthony’s Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be David, Stephen, John, and James Williams IV, Robert, John Lyle, and Jerry Jalufka, David Ebert, and Wes Bevly

In lieu of flowers memorials may be sent to the St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Violet or to a favorite charity.

Source: Maxwell P. Dunne Funeral Services-Corpus Christi, TX


Jalufka, Kyle Louis


Kyle Louis Jalufka, 20, of Hallettsville was called to heaven on July 29, 2012.

He was welcomed into the world on January 29, 1992 by his father Daniel Louis Jalufka Jr., his mother Deborah Kaiser Jalufka, and his big brother Jason Jalufka. As a young child Kyle always tried to bring a smile to everyone around him and in 2010 he graduated from Hallettsville High School. Kyle was a very creative soul. He expressed his creativity by drawing portraits, playing the guitar, and tattooing himself along with many of his best friends. His organs were donated to help others to survive.

He is survived by: Parents Daniel Louis Jalufka Jr. and Laura Castro of Hallettsville, and Deborah and Justin Shaw of Woodward Oklahoma; Grandparents, Mary Kaiser, Theresa and Daniel Jalufka Sr.; Brother Jason Jalufka and wife Amy Jalufka; his two nephews Rylan and Raiden Jalufka; his Uncles, Tony and Randy Jalufka and Daniel Kaiser of Shiner; Aunts, Michelle Drozd, Lisa Moore, Stacey Berger and husband Ernie of Shiner, April Romero of San Antonio; and numerous cousins and many friends.

Kyle joins his Uncle Wayne Jalufka, Grandmother Bonnie McBroom and Grandfather John Leslie Kaiser in heaven.

Memorial Mass Service: 7 pm, Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2012, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Hallettsville, TX. Officiate: Rev John Peters. Memorials (In Lieu of flowers): the family asks that donations be made to an account in Kyle’s name at Peoples State Bank. This will help to defray expenses.

Source: Kubena Funeral Home-Hallettsville, TX