Irene-Adamcik-Obituary

Irene Adamcik

Victoria, Texas

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Dear Patti,
Al and I were sorry to hear about your mother. She was very dear and a true friend. We will all miss her dearly. God bless.
Margaret/Alexander

WHILE LIVING IN VICTORIA, MANY YEARS AGO,MY LATE HUSBAND ELTON AND MYSELF VISITED OFTEN WITH OTTO AND IRENE,IHAVE WONDERFUL MEMORIES OF THOSE VISITS.OTTO AND MY LATE FATHER-IN-LAW LOUIS. WERE COUSINS.MAY THE GOOD LORD HOLD ALL OF YOU IN HIS HANDS.GOD BLESS EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU.

Patti, I was so sorry to read about the death of your Mom. She lived a long and productive life. If she was anything like you, she was a wonderful person. I know you will miss her, but the memories will never go away.
Love and Blessings, Mary F.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Merrill & Doris Adamcik

I enjoyed meeting with Irene and visiting her on several occasions. She was a lovely lady and I thought so much of her.
Sincerely,
Bernice Keinarth

I always enjoyed talking to Mrs. Adamcik when she called for Julie. She was a lovely lady and one of the reasons Julie turned out so well because she was alot like her.
My sympathies to all of you. It is hard to lose our mothers.

I really never had the opportunity to know Irene very well, but knowing her children, I believe she was a kind and wonderful woman. Her daughter, Patti, must emulate her dedication to motherhood, for Patti herself has exhibited the same qualities. I know Irene must have blessed the lives of everyone she touched. My sincerest sympathy.

Growing up, "Mrs. Adamcik" was a second Mom to me, as her daughter Patti and I were rarely separated. Having lost my Mom this past August, I know a huge hole will be left in all her children's hearts.

Bob and family,
Kip and I were saddened to hear of your Mom's death. The wonderful childhood memories of your Mom and his growing up in Victoria with you and your family will be long remembered.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Mary Othold

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Irene Adamcik passed away in Victoria, Texas. The obituary was featured in Victoria Advocate on February 1, 2008, and Victoria Advocate on February 2, 2008.