Louis-Zaeske-Obituary

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Louis W. "Lou" Zaeske Jr.

Bryan, Texas

Dec 17, 1941 – Aug 30, 2011

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Born
Wednesday, December 17th 1941
Died
Tuesday, August 30th 2011
School
Texas A&M
School
Purdue University

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Memorial Funeral Chapel Obituary

Louis W. "Lou" Zaeske, Jr., 69, of Bryan, went to be with our Lord Tuesday, August 30, 2011, at St. Joseph Regional Health Center.Mr. Zaeske's Funeral Mass is planned for 11 a.m. Friday, September 2, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Bryan and will be officiated by Monsignor John...

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Mrs. Zaeske, Cheryl, Fred, and Family,

We are so sorry to hear about your loss. We send prayers for Christ's peace in your whole Family, as well as the repose of the soul of Mr. Zaeske. Lou was a dear man whom we admired for his love of his Catholic Faith, country, heritage, and his beautiful Family. He will be missed and thought of often when we hear of any Czech events going on in our community. May our Lord bless you and keep you all during your time of sorrow.

Joann and family,
We send our condolences to you. It seems as though Lou and I always ran in the same circles throughout the years. The Jaycees, A&M functions, Kolache Festival, etc. He was never at a loss for words. He loved life and especially his family and heritage.
He will be missed by many.

Tommy and Darlene Ryan

I just read about the loss of Lou Zaeske. I have worked with him for years promoting Czech heritage events and other cultural events in the community. It would be hard to find a more committed man. Although I never had the opportunity to meet his family, I would like to express my condolences on his passing. He will be missed.

In Sept of 1963, I was to report to Dorm 12, Squadron 13, to begin freshman Aerospace Engineering. I had never been on the campus, but my Dad, Class of 43, knew right where to go, pulling up on the Quad to end door of Form 12. As I opened the car door, the Dorm Door flew open, and something in gleaming senior boots stormed up. “Hi,” I said hesitantly. “Hi, hell! It’s ‘Howdy!!’ I am Lou Zaeske, your commanding officer. You will call me ‘Mr. Zaeske!’ Try it again.” I did. Lou says,...

To the Zaeske Family: Lou and I enjoyed many hours together playing tennis. We use to talk about our Fathers and who was the toughest.We will miss Lou. Our sympathy to Jo Ann and family.

Dear JoAnn, I am so sorry for your loss. I am so glad we got to see both of you at the Stevens reunion. God bless you and your family and help you through this difficult time.
Myra Whitlock

Dear JoAnn, I am so sorry for your loss. I am so glad we got to see both of you at the Stevens reunion. God bless you and your family and help you through this difficult time.

Jo Ann You and Your Family are and will be in my Prayers.

Jo Ann , we are so sorry may God comfort you and your family . Ruben and Vernell Oehlke