Martha Clara Dubcak

November 18, 1922January 17, 2021

Martha Clara (Hejl) Dubcak, age 98, of Red Ranger, Texas passed away on Sunday, January 17, 2021 at a local hospital. She was born on November 18, 1922 in Seaton, Texas the daughter of Joe W. and Frances (Ondrasek) Hejl.

A visitation will take place on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 from 5:00pm – 7:00pm at Ocker Brethren Church 17454 TX-53 Zabcikville, Texas 76501.

A graveside service will be held on Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 10:00am at Ocker Brethren Cemetery 17454 TX-53 Zabcikville, Texas 76501.

Those who plan on attending will need to abide by Bell County COVID protocol and wear masks as well as practice social distancing.

She married Joe Jerry Dubcak on May 19, 1945 in Temple, Texas.

Martha was a member of Ocker Brethren Church in Temple and a member of the Ocker Brethren Christian Sisters.

She is survived by her son Glenn Dubcak and wife Tracy of Georgetown, TX, daughters, Nancy Posvar of Meeks, Judy Jeske of Red Ranger, and Sandra Dubcak of Red Ranger, 6 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren, and 1 great-great grandson. She is also survived by her brother Ed Hejl of El Paso, Texas.

Martha was preceded in death by her husband Joe Jerry Dubcak, her parents, a granddaughter Denise Posvar, a great-granddaughter Molly Posvar, 5 sisters, Emily Mull, Frances McNeill, Georgia Ellis, Virginia McHan, and Ruth Butler and 3 brothers, Bill Hejl, Rudolph Hejl, and Raymond Hejl.

In lieu of flowers memorials to the Ocker Brethren Church or to the Rogers Volunteer Fire Department would be appreciated.


  • Glenn Dubcak, Son
  • Nancy Posvar, Daughter
  • Judy Jeske, Daughter
  • Sandra Dubcak, Daughter
  • She is also survived by 6 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren, 1 great-great grandsonand her brother Ed Hejl of El Paso, Texas.


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, January 20, 2021

  • Graveside Services

    Thursday, January 21, 2021



Martha Clara Dubcak

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Kim Dillard

January 21, 2021

One of our pastors at Ocker Brethren Church used to have members of the congregation give a prayer during the worship service. Several years ago, I remember Mrs. Dubcak offered a prayer and it was the most beautiful prayer ever. She was truly a woman of God and her life was such a blessing to many, mine included!

irene kostroun

January 20, 2021

My heart breaks for the family, I have such good memories of going to their home, Nancy and I are friends and we always had so much fun on the farm. I remember one day Mrs. Dubcak had made butter and her son climbed up on the cabinet and stuck his foot in it, we just knew we would all be in trouble, but no, she was a true lady and Mr. Dubcak was a kind and gentle man, You are all in my prayers