Ruth Cecilia Jarzombek Kutac
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Ruth Cecilia Jarzombek Kutac
Ruth Cecilia Jarzombek Kutac
Ruth Cecilia Jarzombek Kutac was born the oldest child to Jacob and Annie (Sekula) Jarzombek on November 26, 1916. As a young child, Ruth lived on a family farm in Poth, Texas. She attended school in Poth and did what most children at that time did -- she worked hard in the fields along side of her brother, Alfred, and her sisters Pearl, Eleanora, Sylvia, and Magdalen. As a young woman, she worked in San Antonio as a housekeeper.

On August 21, 1949, she married Lee Kutac after he returned from service

in World War II. Ruth and Lee had five children (Including twins) in five years -- Aileen (Ernest) Jendrusch, Raymond (Jackie) Kutac, Leroy Kutac, Dianne (Wilfred) Dziuk, and Agnes (Edwin) Moy. Then came 15 grandchildren -- Brandon, Craig and Douglas Jendrusch, Cody and Chance Kutac and Candice Shrout, Jason and Jonathan Kutac and Marcia Bordovsky, Kevin, Kory and Kimberly Dziuk and Jill Pawelek, and Lindsay Griffith and Kayci MacLauchlan and 20 great grandchildren -- Lauren, Caden, Abigail, Ashlyn, Gentry, Kevin and Kynzie Jendrusch, Lola Shrout and Coy Kutac, Kelsey and Kurt Bordovsky, Kaleb and Kylee Kutac, Tyler, Audrey and Kaylee Pawelek, and Brianna, Marissa and Dylan MacLauchlan, all of whom she loved dearly.

Lee and Ruth raised their own animals and grew their own garden, canning the vegetables to provide for their family. Ruth was known for her homemade noodles, kolaches, chiffon cakes, cookies, pies, and chicken and dumplings, She also made beautiful hand-pieced quilts and baby quilts.

Ruth was a devout member of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church. She spent countless hours volunteering her time as an Altar Society Member. She also volunteered at the Floresville Nursing and Rehab Center where she later became a resident.

Ruth and Lee were both charter members of the Wilson County VFW Post 8555 and the Ladies Auxiliary. They volunteered many hours supporting their members and the community.

In 1995, Ruth entered the Floresville Nursing and Rehab Center where she lived for eight years. During those years, the residents and the staff became a part of her extended family.

Ruth left this world late Saturday, January 18, 2014 at the age of 97. Ruth is also survived by her sister and brother, Eleanora Young and Alfred (Proxie) Jarzombek. Ruth was preceded in death by her parents, Jacob and Annie Jarzombek; her husband, Lee Kutac; her sisters, Pearl Kroll, Sylvia Skloss, and Magdalen Suchy; her great grandchild, Kade Bordovsky; and her brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Willie, Annie, August, Emil and Justina Kutac; Bessie and Frank Ullmann, Lillie and Tony Wilchek and Adela and Clarence Roberts, John Kroll, Clyde Young, Joe Skloss, and Johnny Suchy.

Visitation began at 5:30 P.M. Tuesday, followed by the recitation of the rosary at 7:30 P.M. Tuesday, January 21, 2014, at Vinyard Funeral Home Chapel in Poth. Funeral Mass was celebrated at 10:30 A.M. Wednesday, January 22, 2014, at Blessed Sacrament Church in Poth, officiated by Father Grzegorz Szewczyk. Interment followed at Blessed Sacrament Cemetery in Poth, Texas. Serving as pallbearers were Ruth's grandsons, Brandon, Craig, and Douglas Jendrusch, Cody and Chance Kutac, Jason and Jonathan Kutac, and Keven and Kory Dziuk.


Poth, Texas


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