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Smith Funeral Home

404 West Bobkat Street, Moulton, TX

OBITUARY

Susan Jasek

December 1, 1959February 18, 2020
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Susan Jasek, age 60, of Moulton, Texas passed away on Tuesday February 18, 2020. Susan was born December 1, 1959 in Shiner, Texas to Daniel and Helen Valis Bohuslav.

She is survived by her husband, Allen Jasek; sons Byron Jasek (Johnna) of Moulton, Texas and Gavin Jasek (Brittany) of Hallettsville, Texas; brothers Bobby Bohuslav (Sharon) of Kansas and Kenny Bohuslav (Deanna) of Moulton, Texas; and five grandchildren, Alexis, Alyssa, Peyton, Hunter and Pyper.

Susan was preceded in death by her parents, Daniel and Helen Bohuslav.

Visitation for Susan will be Friday, February 21, 2020 starting at 11:00 AM at Smith Funeral Home, Moulton, Texas. Rosary will be Friday, February 21, 2020 at 7:00 PM at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Moulton, Texas. Funeral mass will be Saturday, February 22, 2020 at 10:00 AM at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Moulton, Texas and burial will follow at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Moulton, Texas.

Words of comfort can be sent to the family at www.smithfuneralhomemoulton.com

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

  • FAMILY

  • Allen Jasek, Husband
  • Daniel Bohuslav, Father (deceased)
  • Helen Bohuslav, Mother (deceased)
  • Byron Jasek (Johnna), Son
  • Gavin Jasek (Brittany), Son
  • Bobby Bohuslav (Sharon), Brother
  • Kenny Bohuslav (Deanna), Brother
  • Grandchildren -- Alexis, Alyssa, Peyton, Hunter and Pyper
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Mike Janecek, Active
  • Keelan Bohuslav, Active
  • John Meisetschleager, Active
  • Ronald Roznovsky, Active
  • Gary Valis, Active
  • Gary Bohuslav, Active

Services

  • Visitation Friday, February 21, 2020
  • Rosary Friday, February 21, 2020
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, February 22, 2020
  • Burial Saturday, February 22, 2020

Memories

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Glen Jasek

February 22, 2020

The thing that stands out for me about Susie is that she was always so joyful and happy. Her face and eyes radiated with her smile. And she always had nice things to say. I know that she is now resting in Jesus’ loving hands. Prayers to Allen and the family as you go through this difficult time.

Randy and Karen Jasek

February 19, 2020

Please accept our deepest condolences. We are thinking of you and your family during this difficult time.

Mary Lynn Migl Brehm

February 19, 2020

Our deepest condolences to you and prayers for blessings of comfort.
MaryLynn & Allen Brehm

Robert & Kelley Moeller

February 18, 2020

Our sincere sympathy to Susan’s family & friends. She was a beautiful soul. May she Rest In Peace.

Pam Cinadr

February 18, 2020

My deepest sympathy to all family. Prayers of strength and healing go out to you.

John & Kathy Koch

February 18, 2020

We pray for comfort at this time of your loss of such a beautiful lady. You have our deepest sympathy.

Mary KALISEK

February 18, 2020

My Heartfelt sympathy to her husband Allen her family her father Daniel Bohuslav may our awesome God guide and protect you and be with you in this time of sorrow

Dorothy Young

February 18, 2020

Sincere sympathy, so sorry for your loss.

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Biography

If anyone ever cared, really cared for someone else it would have to be Susan Jasek. She was a warm hearted and well liked individual, and these wonderful traits came easily to her because she was such a sociable and amiable person, someone who was always making certain that those around her had whatever they needed. Susan was a talkative person who was tactful at all times but typically said what she meant.

       She was the daughter of Daniel and Helen Valis Bohuslav. Susan was raised in Moulton, TX. During her childhood she learned to be reliable and respectful. Susan was an obedient child who wanted to win the favor of others. She found it easy to show sympathy and to perform kind acts for others. These admirable qualities would become a part of Susan's personality throughout her life.

      Though Susan was frequently the one to initiate games and activities with her family, she was also quite often the family member who took the role of referee. Susan was a peace-maker with an ability to resolve all sorts of family conflicts. In fact, Susan worked conscientiously to keep those typical family spats at bay. Susan was raised with two siblings. She had one older brother, Bobby and one young brother, Kenny. Susan and her siblings had the typical rivalries while growing up, but they cared deeply for one another.

      As someone who reveled in the sheer joy of her experiences, Susan was always enthusiastic about new adventures. Although she had an exacting nature, Susan was always tactful. One thing Susan will certainly be remembered for is that, when she got up in the mornings, she was ready and raring to go. As a young girl, Susan had a number of interests and was an active child. Susan took part in band and was a basketball manager.

      For Susan, the school routines were never a problem although she generally preferred variety to structure. She seemed to be able to start a project and work right through to its completion. And she was able to do it quickly and efficiently. Susan was also adept at details. Susan was very observant and was generally quick at picking up new things. She graduated from Moulton High School in 1978. She enjoyed some courses more than others, having favorite classes and teachers. The teacher she enjoyed learning from the most was Mr. Hinze.

      There was one thing that all of Susan's friends knew and will still remember, and that is that she was a talker. She could pretty much talk to anybody about anything. This quality is one of the primary reasons that Susan was such a popular person throughout her life. But Susan was also dependable, loyal and trustworthy. Susan was the kind of person who simply radiated good fellowship. While she maintained personal standards and her own personal values, Susan was very accepting of others. With a distinct skill for working things out, Susan was often the person who would organize events. In fact, Susan was fairly comfortable playing the role of “host” for just about any occasion. When Susan made friends, she made true and lasting friendships. While growing up, some of her best friends were Leo Luksovsky, Yolanda Nieto Bartos, Sheryl Technik and Marla Dolezal along with all her classmates. Later in life, she became friends with Lorrie Janecek and Betty Roznovsky.

      Susan was a faithful and loving person. Some would even call her sentimental and a romantic at heart. Her kindness and consideration radiated an aura of warmth to those around her. Susan cared for what others thought and carried that into her marriage. On July 5, 1980 Susan married Allen Roy Jasek at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Moulton, TX. Compassionate and devoted, Susan worked hard to make her new life partner happy.

      Harmony was important to Susan and she made every effort to maintain it with her family. Susan was blessed with two children, two sons, Byron Daine and Gavin Scot. They were also blessed with five grandchildren, Alexis Michelle, Alyssa Madilynn, Peyton Elizabeth, Hunter Gage and Pyper Helen. Susan was always conscious of the feelings others had. She was reasonable and understanding. As a result, Susan was quick to solve disputes and did so without much fuss. Her secret of success in this area was simple: Susan would listen before she would act.

      Taking her work seriously came naturally to Susan, and she expected the same from those around her. Susan was a good team player, someone who was born to cooperate with others. She was what some would call a “people person” and it was demonstrated in her good communication skills. Susan was a steady worker, one who was realistic about schedules. The kind of details that would give family members and work colleagues fits were situations that Susan handled well. She could understand the details without getting lost in the broad “big picture.” Her primary occupation was a business owner and book keeper. She was employed for 39 years with Bohuslav Trucking, 14 years with South Star Bank and 2 years with Bohuslav Grain, Inc. She brought harmony to her work environment, doing what was necessary in order to get the job done, while always maintaining respect for her colleagues.

      A methodical woman, Susan enjoyed spending time working on her various hobbies. She had no problem following all of the steps and instructions on a given project and was proud of the fact that she could have something to show for her efforts. Her favorite pursuits were taking care of her grandchildren, gambling in Coushatta and flowering.

      Susan was one of those people who took pride in constantly putting forth her best effort. Nowhere was that more visible than in sports. Susan was always enthusiastic and a great team player. Susan also liked being a sports fan and enjoyed following her favorite teams whenever she got the opportunity. Tops on her list were Houston Astros baseball, Dallas Cowboys football and all sports her grandchildren participated in.

     Her keen interest in things that affected the lives of other people led Susan to become actively involved in professional and community organizations. Because she was outgoing and worked well with others, Susan did her fair share of volunteer work. And she wouldn’t shy away from taking the lead on committees or events, either. She was a born list maker and was great at creating and sticking to schedules. In high school, Susan was a member of the high school band, a basketball manager and participated in UIL.

     Her high moral standards and traditional values served Susan well with her faith. Religion and faith were important to her. She was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church for 60 years. During that time, she was a Eucharistic Minister for a couple of years. She was well respected because she was such an outgoing individual who sought to help in any manner she could.

      Not only did Susan enjoy traveling, but she also seemed to enjoy planning all of those trips and vacations. She was a facilitator who could easily make up a near perfect schedule of all of the things to do and see. She rarely tired of going back and revisiting her favorite places. Favorite vacations included family vacations to the coast, cruises, skiing in Colorado and gambling in Vegas.

      Susan was a lover of animals and cherished her pets. Some of her favorites were Cane and german shepard Roscoe, who was a best friend for 3 years. Her family was rounded out by her cats and tropical fish.

      Susan passed away on February 18, 2020 at Hospice of South Texas in Victoria, TX. Susan fought a brave battle against cancer for almost 2 years. She is survived by her husband Allen, sons Byron and wife Johnna & Gavin and wife Brittany and 5 grandchildren; Alexis, Alyssa, Peyton, Hunter and Pyper. Services were held at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Moulton TX. Susan was laid to rest in St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Moulton, TX.

      Susan was a fantastic conversationalist who could engage just about anyone in a discussion. And whenever she said something, she meant it. Susan was a down to earth person, outgoing and gregarious. She was without question the type of person who enjoyed experiencing things first hand. She was practical and sensible, but what friends and family will remember her for most is the fact that she was so understanding and kind. Everyone whose life she touched will miss Susan Jasek.