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Dorothy Gola Kaderka

20 novembre 19387 juin 2021
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Dorothy Gola Kaderka went up to the angels on June 7, 2021 at 12:58 pm with her husband, Raymond Kaderka, by her side. Dorothy was born in Taylor, Texas on November 20, 1938. Dorothy graduated St. Mary’s Catholic High School in 1956 where she met Raymond. She is survived by her husband Raymond Kaderka of 64 years, daughter Jan Youngbloom and husband Richard of Caldwell, Texas, her son Jim (Buckshot) Kaderka of Austin, Texas, and her daughter Missy Kunze and husband Kent of Taylor, Texas, and son-in-law, Tommy Morgan of Granger, Texas. She was preceded in death by her oldest daughter, Becky Morgan of Granger, Texas and her mother Marie T. Gola and father, Louis Gola of Taylor, Texas and grandmother, Julia Ruzicka of Taylor, Texas. Dorothy has eight grandchildren: Courtney Hartgrove and her daughter Bailey, and son Hayden; Matt Hartgrove and wife Shea, their children, Peyton and Hudson; Amanda Brown and husband Kendall and their children, Camille, Zane, and Kenna; Blake Allen; Kayla Brown and her husband Caleb and their children, Kase, Kreece, and Lori Jo; Justin Allen and wife Lorena, and infant son Torin Jackson (TJ); Rachel Shelton and husband Bryan, and baby Leona; Garet Allen; and her extended grandchildren, Celese Bishop and husband Andy, and children Jaden and Stella; Trisha Amescua and children Abigail and Avery; Kody Kunze and son Kase. Dorothy had numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and friends who she dearly loved.

After her marriage to Raymond, they started their family and she raised her children which was her greatest accomplishment. Dorothy also babysat many children of friends, neighbors, and family until they started school. After babysitting, she found her dream job fulfilling her passion to do God’s work at St. Louis Catholic Church and then retired after 37 years. She often spent her spare time sewing, reading, and doing yardwork and loved dancing with her husband. Her passions were playing Bunco, watching Dallas Cowboys, and Texas Longhorn football. Please join us on June, 15, 2021 at 4 p.m. for the viewing and a rosary at the Cook-Walden Funeral Home on North Lamar. The service will be held June, 16, 2021 at 2 p.m. at St. Louis Catholic Church on Burnet Road with the burial at the Cook-Walden/ Capital Parks Cemetery in Pflugerville, Texas. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.

  • PORTEURS

  • Matt Hartgrove, Active Pallbearer
  • Blake Allen, Active Pallbearer
  • Justin Allen, Active Pallbearer
  • Garet Allen, Active Pallbearer
  • Hudson Hartgrove, Active Pallbearer
  • Zane Brown, Active Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation

    mardi, 15 juin , 2021

  • Rosary Service

    mardi, 15 juin , 2021

  • Funeral Service

    mercredi, 16 juin , 2021

  • Graveside Service

    mercredi, 16 juin , 2021

Souvenirs

Dorothy Gola Kaderka

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Brian Meyer

20 juin , 2021

Dorothy used to take care of me as a very young child. I do have vary fond memories of her. Even though we were not family I always grew up calling her Aunt Dorothy. She will always hold a special place in my heart. She will truly be missed.

Brian Meyer

Naomi Quick

15 juin , 2021

I will always remember playing Bunco with Dot. At the end she may not have been able to keep up with the game, but she still could roll sixes and Bunco’s. She always had a smile and a great sense of humor. I will miss her.

Nila Stephens

15 juin , 2021

My memories of Dorothy are from many bunco games that I shared with her and the bunco family! Dot was a gracious resilient lady with a great sense of humor.

Patricia Seibert

13 juin , 2021

Our Bunco group when we were much younger! Christmas dinner at a restaurant. Memory or not Dot could still roll sixes til Covid halted our group. Dot is in red dress. Good times..great friends!!! 🥰

Linda Kutach Strmiska

10 juin , 2021

My condolences to the family. One of my favorite childhood memories is going to the Kaderka’s house to play with Jan. Mrs. Kaderka was always welcoming.

Margaret “Maggie” Hanna

10 juin , 2021

At an early age, Dorthy visited my home in Smithville, with her Aunt Tillie and Uncle Jerry Ruzicka. They were friends of my parents. Little did we know that in 1963, now married, we would be neighbors on Madison Ave. in Austin. Neighbors that became lifelong friends, but more as family. Dorthy was loving, caring and always ready to help anyone. A devoted wife to Raymond and the best Mother to her children. I love her dearly and will miss knowing she is not there when I call, but she is at peace and suffers no more. She has left wonderful memories for us. Love and prayers to Raymond and family. From the Hanna Family.

Diane Christy

10 juin , 2021

I am very saddened by the death of Dorothy. I played bunco with her for years and always enjoyed her company. She was a kind and loving person and will be sorely missed by many. I know that she is in heaven with our Lord and Savior and I will keep her and her family in my daily prayers. May you rest in peace Dorothy!

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