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Anne Darilek

November 24, 1976March 7, 2020
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Anne Darilek, age 43, of Moulton, Texas passed away on Saturday March 7, 2020. Anne was born November 24, 1976 in Houston, Texas to Bill Rohrbach and Kathy Cherek Rohrbach.

Anne is survived by her husband, Michael Darilek; son Anthony Guzman of Moulton, Texas; daughter Angelina Guzman of Moulton, Texas; and step daughter Chelsey Cisneros of Shiner, Texas; parents Bill and Kathy Rohrbach of Sugar Land, Texas and father-in-law Frank J. Darilek of Moulton, Texas; brother Ryan Rohrbach of Moulton, Texas; sister Jenna Harris of Rosenberg, Texas and numerous nieces and nephews.

A rosary will begin at 10:00 AM on Thursday, March 12, 2020 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Moulton, Texas and a Memorial mass will follow at 10:30 AM with Father Gabriel Maison officiating.

Words of comfort can be sent to the family at

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


  • Michael Darilek, Husband
  • Bill Rohrbach, Father
  • Kathy Rohrbach, Mother
  • Frank J. Darilek, Father-in-law
  • Anthony Guzman, Son
  • Angelina Guzman, Daughter
  • Chelsey Cisneros, Step Daughter
  • Ryan Rohrbach, Brother
  • Jenna Harris, Sister
  • Liam Cisneros, Grandchild
  • Sophie Cisneros, Grandchild
  • Anne also leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews to cherish her memories.


  • Rosary

    Thursday, March 12, 2020

  • Memorial Funeral Mass

    Thursday, March 12, 2020


Anne Darilek

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David Harris

September 16, 2020

Auntie, I don’t know where to begin. You were a shining ray of light on my life, and I can’t believe you’re gone. You always made me feel less alone because you always knew how to read me through and through. You were such a good mother and you raised two fine children who are going to do such amazing things because you loved them so much. I hope there are lots of animal print and heels in heaven for you! Sleep with Angels Auntie.

“Nothing’s gone forever only out of place, so when you need her touch or loving gaze, gone but not forgotten is the perfect phrase.”

Angela Zumwalt

March 12, 2020

Angelina: I am sure you remember that I was widowed at 30 and so I understand what you are all going through. Please, don't lose your dream to come home and take care of anyone. It will be hard, but your Dad will be okay in time. Your brother will be cared for by his friends and family here in Moulton. Your mom would have wanted you to pursue your dreams without missing any time from it. Work is healing for you all. I have lived it myself. Love you, sweet girl. Please contact me if I can help in any way. Angela Zumwalt

grace roller

March 12, 2020

My dear sweet, loving niece - your passing leaves a heartache that no one can heal. But love and happy memories no one can steal. You will be sorely missed. To your family and friends I pray for your healing, strength and peace during this painful time.

Linda Chapman

March 11, 2020

Sweet Anne, you were one of my new friends in Moulton that I made in the past 4 years of being there. You always had a radiant smile to greet me and made me laugh. I wish we had more time to hang out together. You have so many friends and family that will be missing you dearly and will tell tales to keep your memory present in their lives. Your spirit will always surround your 2 children as they go through life. Your signs to them will show them that you never left. Thank you for the time you gave me, Anne. Your beautiful journey through heaven's wonders is just beginning! ♡ LOVE ALWAYS REMAINS

Melissa and Jeff Dearinger

March 11, 2020

Anne was such a loving and caring person. We remember the stories of the sandwiches that she would made for Mike's lunch! Even today, they make us laugh!
Anne loved her husband and cherished her children. She was a loyal friend, a fellow animal lover, and a true Dallas Cowboy's fan!
Rest in peace!

Elisa Poole

March 10, 2020

I had the luck of meeting & working with Anne at the law firm of SJR&M. What I remember most was her positive outlook & ability to bring laughter to the most stressful, intense situation. Her fresh, young insight was a delight and made each day that much better. We all need that person in our life that brings laughter, someone like Anne.

Danielle Ramirez

March 10, 2020

Our family would like to thank each and everyone of you for sharing your memories with us. In lieu of flowers Anne’s husband, Mike, and children, Angelina and Tony, have chosen an organization to they would like to support. This organization supports scleroderma research. Please donate to
Dr. Maureen Mayes
UT Health Department of Rheumatology
6431 Fannin MSB 5270
Houston, TX 77030

Norma & Mark Pritchard

March 10, 2020

Dear Anne, we are still trying to process your passing. We are so thankful for your friendship and everything you and Mike did for us. You always made us laugh and we will never forget how happy you were every time we ran into you in town. I will never forget you were the only one that called us big popo, lil popo, and Lawson was baby popo. We love you Anne, until we meet again... We extend
our deepest sympathies and most heartfelt condolences to your family throughout this difficult time.

Donna Mordini

March 10, 2020

We are so very sorry for the loss of Anne, my godchild.
I wish I had gotten to know her better .
My heart goes out to all who knew her, especially her husband and children and my brother Bill and Kathy Rohrbach.

Jim French

March 10, 2020

I met Anne and Mike at Kloesel Steak House. She loved motorcycles, she wanted a ride, I asked Mike if it was ok, he said yes, so I gave her a ride a little ways down 532. She liked to go fast.🙂 That's a good memory I have with her. She was a sweet lady that always put a smile on my face. RIP Anne. God needed someone to brighten things up.



Anne Darilek was a natural leader whose winning presence allowed her to take control of various situations with ease. Equipped with a clear and calculating focus, she possessed a tough-minded, “take charge” attitude. She had the ability to make even routine situations seem exciting, and she was at ease with the role of playing problem solver. Anne always sought out the scene of where the action was. Sociable, analytical and pleasant, Anne was an individual who enjoyed life’s challenges.

       Her parents were Bill and Kathy Rohrback. Anne was raised in Sugar Land, Texas. Always able to express herself well, Anne possessed strong interpersonal skills. She was optimistic in her outlook on life and was able at all times to be open and direct in her communication. Armed with a great wit, Anne was raised to be accepting of others and to implement a strong personal work ethic.

      Blessed with a balanced attitude, Anne was able to relate well with others. Her occasional role as family mediator gave her the opportunity to ease tense situations when they occurred. Anne was raised with two siblings. She had one sister Jenna and one brother Ryan. Anne had a strong desire to be treated fairly and would readily offer others the same fairness in return.

      As a young child, Anne showed her creative ability in many ways. She was outgoing and animated. Anne enjoyed new activities and pursued a variety of interests. She took part in gymnastics and swimming.

      On July 6, 2013 Anne exchanged wedding vows with Michael Darilek in her parents back yard in Moulton, Texas. Anne was attentive to Michael's feelings, and she charmed Michael and others with her gift for being able to give freely and generously. A good listener with an engaging personality, Anne was able to bring pleasure and unexpected humor to the relationship.

      Very much like a kid herself, Anne identified with the inquisitive and creative side of her children’s personalities. She was able to direct her energy and spontaneity towards helping her children acquire added common sense skills. Anne was blessed with two children, daughter Angelina, son Anthony, step-daughter Chelsey, step-son Shayne. They were also blessed with four grandchildren, Liam, Sophie, Brayden and Mckenzie.

      Anne was a flexible worker who was able to draw the best from others around her. A persuasive individual who was quick to make necessary decisions, Anne’s strengths included being able to think on her feet. She could be a leader who sought impact for her decisions. Gifted with an incredible ability to read body language, Anne was able to positively manipulate situations and motivate others in order to get a task completed. She was a good negotiator who enjoyed new challenges. Anne could multi-task, and she was endowed with entrepreneurial spirit, allowing her to think beyond standard norms when it came to resolving issues in her work environment. Her primary occupation was book keeper. She was employed for 6 years at Kloesel's Steak House.

      Anne enjoyed her leisure time by taking part in various hobbies. She had something of an artistic flair in many of the things that she did. She put this creativity toward all of her pastimes. Her favorite pursuits were music and dancing. She was content to enjoy her hobbies alone but was also willing to share her interests with others.

      Because she liked to take risks, Anne was a perfect match for athletics and exercise. She was enthusiastic and confident about these activities. Anne was also something of a sports fan and enjoyed watching her favorite events whenever she got the opportunity. Tops on her list were football and basketball.

      Anne was a lover of animals and cherished her pets. One of Anne’s favorites was Magnum, a German Shepherd and Colt a Boxer. They were best friends for 14 years with Magnum and 3 years with Colt.

      Anne passed away on March 7, 2020 at St. David's North Medical Center in Austin, Texas. Anne had 2 common viruses and 2 common bacterias. She is survived by her husband, parents, children, grandchildren, brother and sister. A Memorial Service was held at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Moulton, Texas on March 12 2020 at 10:30 AM.

      Anne was the kind of person who could win others over easily. A concrete communicator, she relied on her senses to increase her involvement and awareness of others. She was always able to provide amusing repartee to her friends and acquaintances, offering a seemingly endless supply of quips, anecdotes, jokes and stories. If Anne had a theme song written about her, it might well have been “Don’t Worry, Be Happy.” She enjoyed her life and the experience of living it. This is how everyone will remember Anne Darilek.