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Rudolph A. Kubik

Rudolph A. Kubik, 96 1/2 years old of Grandbury, Texas, passed away on Monday, February 5, 2013. "Rudy" was born in Binghamton, New York, on May 25, 1916, to John and Mary Kubik. His family later moved to Chicago, ILL., then to Wisconsin where he served in the Civilian Conservation Corp at the ages of 18-19. At the age of 92 he attended the 75" Anniversary of the CCC's in Bastrop, Texas. He earned a degree in Chicago at a Technical Training School, which gave him the tools to become a Sales Service Representative for Continental Can Co... May 17, 1941, he married Mary Broz and they were married almost 59 years. He and Mary were transferred to Michigan, and then on to Wisconsin. When he retired from Continental Can Co. after 36 years of service, he and Mary moved to Lake Kiowa, Texas and after 22 years they moved to The Woodlands,Texas. His hobbies included golf, fishing, pig roasts, cards and family. While in Lake Kiowa he served as a Volunteer Fireman. His last few years in the Woodlands he was a member of the Bullshooters Group, Senior Pals at the Cathlic Church, Neighborhood Men's Coffee and The Texas Czech Genealogical Society. In October of 2011, he moved to an Assisted Living Residence in Grandbury, Texas, up until his death. His wife, Mary, and brother's Joe, John, Ernie, Stanley and Tony, and sister, Mary, all preceded him in death. He is survived by his daughters, Roberta Ziegler and(Don) of Granbury, Texas and Judi Quaife (Clay) of Ft. Worth, Texas. His Grandchildren, Deb Willis (Kirk), Desiree Jucha, Jennifer Hardin (Shane), David Jucha (Sandi), Heidi Quaife, and Scott Quaife (Shannon); 12 Great Grandchildren; and 1 Great-Great Grandchild. Donations may be made to The or The .



Published on yourwoodlandsnews.com from Feb. 7 to Feb. 24, 2013
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