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Adolph Leon Dziadek

21 March, 19342 September, 2021
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Adolph Leon Dziadek of Moulton, Texas passed away on September 1, 2021 at the age of 87. He was born March 21, 1934 to Gustav and Angelina Dziadek.

He is survived by five children, Darlene(Dolly) Etzler and husband Gary of Hallettsville, Carolyn Etzler and husband Daniel of Moravia, Richard Dziadek and wife Karon of Moulton, David Dziadek and wife Christina of Katy, and Janet Foster and husband James of Hallettsville.

Adolph is survived by twelve grandchildren, Candice Camarillo and husband Luis of Hallettsville, Shawna Miranda and husband Noe of Hallettsville, Holly Neubauer and husband Nick of Sweet Home, Brady Etzler and wife Lindsey of Jarrell, Gunnar Janak and wife Haley of Lochart, Preslie Foster of Hallettsville, Ricky, Ayeshia, and Dzian Dziadek of Moulton, Whisper, Jonathan and Jenna Dziadek of Katy and 10 great grandchildren with one on the way. He is also survived by one sister Doris Johnson of Weimar.

Adolph was preceded in death by his wife, Georgia Olsovsky Dziadek of 62 years, parents Gustav and Angelina Dziadek, one son-in-law, Russell Janak, two brothers, Gus and Ernest Dziadek and one sister, Vlasta Dziadek.

Adolph was retired from the Texas Department of Transportation, a U.S. Navy veteran and a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Moulton, Texas.

Rosary will be recited at 6:30 pm on September 9, 2021 at Smith Funeral Home in Moulton, Texas. The Funeral Mass will be held at 10:00 a.m. on September 10, 2021 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Moulton, officiated by Father Gabriel Maison. Burial to follow at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetary in Moulton, Texas.

Pallbearers were Brady Etzler, Gunnar Janak, Jonathan Dziadek, Ricky Dziadek, Luis Camarillo, Noe Miranda and Nick Neubauer.

Memorials may be made to donor’s choice.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Dziadek family.

Smith Funeral Home - 404 West Bobkat Drive, Moulton, Tx 77975 Phone #361-596-4631


  • Georgie Ann Dziadek, Wife (deceased)
  • Gustav Dziadek, Father (deceased)
  • Angelina Klanika Dziadek, Mother (deceased)
  • Darlene (Dolly) Etzler (Gary), Daughter
  • Carolyn Etzler (Daniel), Daughter
  • Richard Dziadek (Karon), Son
  • David Dziadek (Christina), son
  • Janet Foster (James), Daughter
  • Candice Camarillo (Luis), Grandchild
  • Shawna Miranda (Noe), Grandchild
  • Holly Neubauer (Nick), Grandchild
  • Brady Etzler (Lindsey), Grandchild
  • Gunnar Janak (Haley), Grandchild
  • Preslie Foster, Grandchild
  • Ricky Dziadek, Grandchild
  • Ayeshia Dziadek, Grandchild
  • Dzian Dziadek, Grandchild
  • Whisper Dziadek, Grandchild
  • Jonathan Dziadek, Grandchild
  • Jenna Dziadek, Grandchild
  • Ten, Great Grandchildren
  • Doris Johnson, Sister
  • Russell Janak, Son-in-law (deceased)
  • Gus Dziadek, Brother (deceased)
  • Ernest Dziadek, Brother (deceased)
  • Vlasta Dziadek, Sister (deceased)

  • Brady Etzler
  • Gunnar Janak
  • Jonathan Dziadek
  • Ricky Dziadek
  • Luis Camarillo
  • Noe Miranda
  • Nick Neubauer


  • Visitation

    Thursday, 9 September , 2021

  • Rosary

    Thursday, 9 September , 2021

  • Funeral Mass

    Friday, 10 September , 2021

  • Burial

    Friday, 10 September , 2021


Adolph Leon Dziadek

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Johnathan Dziadek

10 September 2021

I always knew my grandpa was a fighter, and I knew he fought hard against everything he went through. He was a great man and a great grandpa to everyone. I miss him a lot. I'm going to miss how happy he got when we visited him and how he'd always take an interest in our lives, whether it was about work or school. I always appreciated the time I had with him.

David Dziadek

8 September 2021

When I heard the news, my father was very Ill, I had shared the news with my family, of course their initial thoughts were “oh no hope he gets better”. Then when he had passed, we had talked about how much we missed Grandma and now will miss Grandpa too. My children will miss the farm, the cows, the geese, the dogs, cats, and those conversations with Grandpa about how school and the jobs were going. He never failed to ask. I will miss the smile on his face when we showed up to visit, he was always happy to see us and spend time with us.
I will always have those remembrances as a child when he would arrive home from work everyday at ten to five. I looked forward to seeing what surprise he had hidden in his lunch box. I also remember him teaching me to mow with the riding lawnmower, then the big tractors. I remember helping him repair and maintain the vehicles and tractors, he was the ultimate do it yourselfer and was never scared to tackle anything even when it was our dreaded haircuts.
Also, some things that are quick to come to mind are teaching me to drive, and those conversations about our cars, lawnmowers, appliances and which we thought were better and why one was better than the other.
He loved talking about his cows and when one would have a calf and would be quick to offer up for sharing once they were grown.
But most of all I will miss him for the father that he was, and honest and caring man who seemed wiser to me with every passing year and now in some ways see myself like him. Love You Dad

Mava Jalufka

6 September 2021

Mr. Dziadek will be missed. He has been our neighbor for as long as we have lived here. When I first met him, I thought he was a bit gruff. I soon found out that he had a great, giving heart and was always willing to help if we asked. He was a hard worker and loved his farm. I could see him running around his property on his red tractor, he was always busy. RIP Mr. Dziadek, you have run and won your earthly race, now enjoy your eternal rest.

Dorothy Young

4 September 2021

Sincere sympathy, so sorry for your loss.

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