Henrietta (Kabula) Motl
Henrietta (Kubala) Motl, age 90, passed away Friday, March 28, 2008, in Wichita Falls. Christian wake services were held at 7 P.M. Sunday, March 30, 2008, at the Seymour Memorial Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral mass was held at 10 A.M. Monday, March 31, 2008, at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father Raymond McDaniel and Deacon Jim Novak officiating.
Interment was in the Bomarton Catholic Cemetery under the direction of Seymour Memorial Funeral Home.
Mrs. Motl was born August 26, 1917 in Baylor County, Texas, to Louis and Sophie Krenek Kubala. She married Jerome John Motl on November 28, 1939 in Seymour, Texas, and together they farmed their land until retiring in 1978. She was a long time member of St. John's Catholic Church in Bomarton where she was a member of the Altar Society and choir. After moving to Seymour, she became a part of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, where she was also active in the Altar Society and choir. She was a member and long time Secretary of KJZT Lodge #56. She worked at the Western Auto Store in Seymour for 20 years, and was known as one of the "Kolach and Bread" Queens from Bomarton.
She is survived by three daughters, Jerrie Ann Hutchison and husband, Bruce of Burkburnett, Texas, Patsy Jordan and husband, Gene of Iowa Park, Texas, and Sally Thornhill and husband, Chris of Snyder, Texas; by a son, Larry Motl and wife, Linda of Iowa Park, Texas; by nine grandchildren, Jonathan Holub, Melissa Varazlic and husband, Sasa, Melinda Rojas and husband, Oscar, Kelsey Motl, Le Ann Proctor and husband, Matt, Sandi Jordan, Jared Thornhill, Sara Thornhill and William Hutchison; by four great-grandchildren, Lynel Holub, Luka Varazlic, Alaina Rojas and Kolton Proctor; by a sister, Mary Matus of Red Springs; and by a brother, Louis Kubala, Jr. and his wife, Lucille of Seymour, Texas.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Jerome J. Motl on September 17, 2006; a granddaughter, Shonda Jordan; three sisters, Christine Kubala, Helen Kubala, and Vlasta Macik; and by a brother, Ben Kubala.
The family asks that memorials be made to the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Seymour, or to the Hospice of Wichita Falls.