OBITUARY

Jolene P. Pospisil

September 4, 1937May 29, 2021

Jolene P. Pospisil, age 83, passed away Saturday, May 29, 2021. She was born September 4, 1937 in George West, Texas to Anton Jim and Prebble (Houston) Poncik. On December 29, 1956, Jolene married the love of her life, Dominic Pospisil, in Belton, Texas. He preceded her in death in 2017. Jolene retired from the Internal Revenue Service after 40+ years of dedicated service. She was a longtime active member of St. Ignatius Martyr Catholic Church. She enjoyed her volunteer work at the church and doing arts and crafts; however, her greatest joy came from spending time with her family.

Jolene is survived by her daughter, Jennifer Pospisil Morrison and her husband David; sons, Dennis and Thomas Pospisil; granddaughter, Cassidy Pospisil Anderson and her husband Roger; great grandson, Rome Jacob Anderson; numerous other relatives and a host of friends.

Visitation will be held Saturday, June 12, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the Mausoleum Chapel at Cook-Walden/Memorial Hill Cemetery (IH 35 North at Howard Lane). Graveside services will immediately follow at Cook-Walden/Memorial Hill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Jolene’s memory can be made to the food pantry ministry at St. Ignatius Martyr Catholic Church (https://st-ignatius.org/).

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, June 12, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, June 12, 2021

Memories

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Jenny & Scott Hall

June 11, 2021

Jo will be missed. We met her through garage sales at our parents home, because she was invited by my sister - Van - her friend and coworker at IRS. Jo became part of the annual garage sale tradition. She was always so friendly, so kind and loving to all but especially our Mom, would do anything to help and we so enjoyed her company. We will all miss her.

Sincere sympathy to the family but we know Jo lived life well and is with others in heaven..... at peace.

Danni Dankworth

June 5, 2021

Joleen was a beautiful loving person and I enjoyed working with her at our Ladies club workshops. She will be missed but our memories will hold her dear and near in our hearts.

Tiffani Griffard

June 1, 2021

Never saw Jo without a smile on her face or a laugh in her conversation. I will never forget her and am thankful she will live on through her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. She will always be remembered as a warm hearted, kind soul.

Melissa Lawrence

June 1, 2021

My Beautiful Aunt Jo, although out spoken your heart was pure as gold. The relationship you and Savanah had only comes once in a lifetime and I’m so glad she had that bond with you. Savanah was equally crazy about you as you where her! Aunt Jo your girl is going to finish collage you always said you where going to be there ever step of the way and now you will be looking down from above and pushing her along. Her Angel on earth and now in heaven. I’ll miss our visits, rides and talks but most of all I’ll miss my fun crazy Aunt! Love you Missy ❤️

Though I would post a picture with you and your siblings

Savanah Lawrence

May 31, 2021

My Aunt Jo. The memories I will hold so dear to my heart forever. You left your mark on me when I was only 3 weeks old. If you knew Jo you knew she was never to fond of babies but for some reason she liked me. She unknowingly gave me chicken pox at three weeks old and since then I’ve had my scar. I’m grateful I have that forever now. You always found a way to live your life the way you wanted, no matter what anyone else thought. In Anything you did you found the joy, I admire that. Although you couldn’t drive or cook very good You were an amazing listener, provider, and leader. I will miss our summer getaways. Weather we were doing arts and crafts really bad, dancing while uncle Dominic played the accordion, getting licked by cows on a safari trip, shopping at Walmart (if you knew Jo you knew she hated Walmart but she went because of me), building a bear at ‘build a bear’ every year, holding on for dear life as we were driving to the capital, eating exotic hamburgers at some restaurant on the side of the road, failing to make chocolate covered strawberry’s, or simply making crustless sandwiches; I enjoyed every minute of it. I find comfort in knowing you’re with uncle Dominic and I know you are dancing to his accordion in Heaven. I am heartbroken you were never able to see me accomplish great things or see me graduate but Aunt Jo, I did it. And I will now live and pursue my dreams for you as well. You never failed to tell me how proud you were, and how you knew I was going to do great things in life. If I become half the woman you were then I’ll do just fine. This summer and every summer I’ll go get another build a bear in honor of you, I got to keep the tradition alive. I know you’re rooting for me in Heaven, but don’t go too crazy up there. I love and miss you so much. Till we meet again. - Savanah ❤️🐘🐞

Donna Hagens

May 31, 2021

Jennifer, Tom, and Dennis, your mother Jolene was my friend. We met in 2013 in Europe and she was a blessing to me throughout that tour. Jolene never stopped talking about each of you over the years. She was so proud of her family. Her heart was full of love and she was a wonderful woman and a great friend. I will miss my sweet Jolene. May God's peace and comfort be with each of you.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY