Frances Kubiak
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FRANCES EDDIE ATWOOD KUBIAK, 79, of Cypress, formerly of Kingsland, TX, went to be with our Lord Jesus Christ on November 6, 2015.

Graveside services were held on November 8, 2015, in Burnet, TX. Arrangements were entrusted to Klein Funeral Home, 9719 Wortham Blvd., Houston.

Frances was born in Abilene, TX, in July 1936. She graduated from El Reno High School, El Reno, OK, in 1954. She was married to Gerald "Jerry" Edmund Kubiak on November 11, 1964, in Clay County, TX. They were married 33 years.

Frances worked as an administrative professional for the Federal Aviation Administration for eight years before marrying Jerry and starting a family. In addition to ceramics, sewing, and needlework, her favorite activities included her grandchildren and of their school, extracurricular, and church events. She had also been actively involved in Peace Makers at Christ the Redeemer.

Frances is survived by daughters Gerrolyn Cervenka and Jackie Houston Vickers; sons-in-law Scott Cervenka and Paul Vickers; grandchildren Tyler Cervenka, Kyle Cervenka, Braden Houston, and Micaela Houston; stepsons Kevin and Pam Kubiak, Tim and Barbara Kubiak, and Brian and Becky Kubiak; sister Carol Atwood; and cousin Carrie Sinyard.

Frances was preceded in death by her husband, Jerry Kubiak; mother, Mollye O. Werger; father, Edgar L. Atwood; stepfather, Harvey D. Werger; sister, Marjorie Levon Atwood; and stepson, Gerald Kubiak.

For those who desire, memorial donations may be given to American Lung Association.

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Published in Cypress Creek from Nov. 24 to Dec. 7, 2015.
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