Lorenz V Ferk 001 obit
Lorenz V. Ferk Caller-Times News Service ROBSTOWN -- Lorenz V. 62, farmer in the Robs town and Violet communities for 35 years, died unexpectedly at .his home in Violet at 8:20 p.m. yesterday. Ferk was a native of Germany and came to the United States when he was 7 years old. He resided in Bastrop County for | 19 ^ years before moving to ~ ' ' ' ed Foster as saying tanker unqualified r e e with that Robstown. area. Surviving are his wife, Mary; live daughters, M r s . Lorene Whitley and Mrs. Nora Trochaz- ka, both of Corpus Christi; Lavera Gregorcyk, San Patricio; Mrs. Nbrma Cernoch, Quanlico, f ' ^ _ t B T T * ! f *1-**- X Â» H _ M . l . 1*1,* *J V i l C / V L J. L . Va., and Mrs Clara Wilson of San Antonio; two sons, Eugene and Charles Ferk, of Violet; five sisters, Mrs. Annie Rabel, Ida Hoyt and Mrs. Katy all of San Antonio; Mrs. May Friesenhahn, New Braunfels, and Mrs. Lissie Rabel of Rosenky, Texas; three brothers, Joe and Johnnie Speckmiear, San Antonio, and Louis Speckmiear, Inglewood, Calif., and 18 grandchildren. Rosary will be recited at the Robstown Funeral Home at 8 Sunday. A*, Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Monday at St. Church in Violet with the William H. Hennol officiating. Fork's nephews will serve as pallbearers. B u r i a j wiu be ; n Robstown Me- rnorial Park Cemetery.