Sherrie & Family,
So many memories of Albert and Helen - gliding around the dance floor at the Hall, smiling and laughing as they greeted friends, joking with my mother, Dona Hubenak who traded cattle raising stories with them. While Albert left this life before her, I suspect Helen may already be waltzing somewhere with him. My prayers are with you.
So very sorry to hear about Mr.Kubala. Sincere regards to the family
Jerry & Cindy Legge
I am so sorry for your loss. to all the Kubala family.my deepest sympthies. Elsie Ivy Weatherford Texas
Dear Sherrie and Family,
Deepest condolence to you and your family. The messages posted speak volumes about your Dad, a pillar of the community, fun loving, caring man. My thoughts and prayers are with the family as you celebrate his life and the wonderful memories. God Bless & Keep You.
I met Albert of all places at a beauty shop on the North side of Ft Worth in about 2010 where Helen, and my wife Jewel got beautified every Friday. We come up from Hillsboro each Friday. We began a conversation and the subject of Pilot Point came up. I learned he was raised there as a young man, and since I lived there from 1951 until graduation 1956, we had things in common. He told me stories I could relate to. Our friendship grew as we would see each other every Friday. I have a superscription to the Point Signal and would take him the paper after I was through with them. He was so grateful to get them and read about things and people he knew. As his health failed they no longer came to the Beauty shop and I missed his stories and fellowship. Albert You will be missed and to Helen we say God bless you and your children. We were sorry the news reached us to late to be at his service.
Melvin & Jewel Splawn
Out deepest sympathies
Tara Kubala Boyle and Kellie Kubala
To my Godmother Helen, and my cousins Larry, Sheri, Roger, and Kem.
I know this is a very tough time for all of you, but I hope you know that we will always cherish the memories that we had together. All the polka dances at the club, 4th of July parties at your house, and probably the most fun of all was all dove hunts/frog gigging in Pilot Point. Man, I'm smiling now just thinking back, and the one guy that was behind it all was your father. He loved to have FUN and by gosh he wanted everyone else having FUN too. I always enjoyed listening to his stories growing up and I will miss seeing him and talking to him at our reunions, but most of all I will miss his LAUGH. If he was laughing you couldn't help but laugh too... Great times, Great memories, and most of all a Great man from a Great Family. GOD BLESS YOU ALL!!!!
On behalf of the Northwest Tarrant Chamber of Commerce, please accept our sincere sympathy for your family during this time. We have grown to love Sherrie and consider her a valued member of our Chamber Family. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Northwest Tarrant Chamber of Commerce
Lake Worth, TX
When I think of Albert Kubala, the first thing that comes to mind is how amazingly kind and what a good man he was. And that he was that same man every day, regardless of what the day brought, or who was there to see. Mr. Kubala was the real deal, genuine, the type of man that I pray my son grows up to be like. My deepest sympathy for his family for their loss.