FUNERAL SERVICE FOR
MRS. ALBERT KVETON
HELD HERE THURSDAY
Funeral services for Mrs.Albert Kveton were held Thursday afternoon at the Preibisch Home with burial in the Sealy Cemetery, R. A. Engelking, Sr., officiating.
Pallbearers were Paul Brune, R. W Hintz, J. K. Hillboldt, Otto Reichardt, Otto Michaelis and Richard Michaelis.
Music for the funeral was provided by the Sealy Choral Club.
Mrs. Kveton was one of the largest ranch owners and farmers in Austin and Colorado Counties, where she was very well known. She
was born at Millheim January 13, 1873 and lived there until her marriage to Albert Kveton 47 years ago, at which time she moved to Cat Spring.
She was Miss Theresa Sens prior to her marriage. After living 13 years in Colorado County, Mrs Kveton moved back to
Cat Spring, where she resided with her daughter, Mrs Estella Frazier, until her death. She died Tuesday afternoon at the
local hospital at the age of 70 years. 9 months and 6 days, following a brief illness. She had, until then, always enjoyed
Survivors are four sons, Herman, Hugo and Emmett of Cat Spring, and Leo, of Sealy; three daughters, Mrs. J. J. Batla, of Altair, Mrs Elsie Schultz, of Houston and Mrs
Estella Frazier, of Cat Spring; nine grandchildren; two brothers, Fritz Sens and Herman Sens of Sealy; and five sisters, Mrs.Lena Bielefeld, Mrs. Emma Hillboldt, Mrs.
Emelia (Emilie) Kersten and Miss Eliese Sens of Sealy, Mrs. Anna Bubak of Cat Spring. One grandson, Lee Kveton, is in
service somewhere in Canada.
NOTE: Theresa (Sens) Kveton died 19 Oct 1943.
Posted by Dennis Boatright
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