Kenneth Lee Pekar, age 62, handed away unexpectedly Sunday, August 2, 2020 whereas on a visit together with his good good friend Chris at a ranch close to Del Rio, Texas; doing what he beloved in a spot he known as “God’s Nation”.
He was born August 26, 1957 in Yoakum, Texas to Louis and Ella Hanus Pekar and was raised in Candy Dwelling, Texas, dwelling of the Queen of Peace Catholic Church.
32 years in the past he married the love of his life, Lewdelle Watson in Candy Dwelling. They’d one daughter, Calli (married to John Christian Heinen), one son, Colton Lewis Pekar, who together with his granddaughter, Emerson Lee Heinen, all survive him.
He’s additionally survived by his sisters, Edith Pruitt (Zane), Bernie Cashman (Terry), Dottie Blaha (Leon), and Pat Hrabovsky, brother, Joseph (Nelda), sisters-in-law, Angie Pekar, Louise Pekar and Lynn Watson, mother-in-law, Mondelle Watson Grube, together with 98 nieces and nephews. Preceded in dying by mother and father, Louise and Ella, sisters, Mary Ann Lauer (Joe), Agnes Foeh (Jimmy) and child Ella Pekar, deceased brothers, Louis Pekar (Lillie), James Pekar and Krvin Pekar, deceased brothers-in-law, Kenneth Blaha and Lewis Watson.
He retired from Exxon Mobil after 35 years of service. He took nice delight in his profession and gained many lifelong buddies alongside the way in which.
Probably the most joyous instances of Ken’s life had been spent with household and buddies at his childhood dwelling in Candy Dwelling. Though he beloved being a father and husband, he was cherishing his new position as PoPo, a grandfather to Emmy.
He beloved the outside and sharing his data of looking to the youth. He believed that each youngster ought to learn to hunt. He spent many weekends within the woods raccoon looking together with his hound canine and deer looking together with his buddies.
Along with his love for looking, serving to folks and dealing on small engines had been a few of his favourite pastimes.
He shall be deeply missed by his buddies, household, and all he fashioned a particular bond with. Tuffey, his little facet kick will miss him essentially the most.
Graveside service 3:00 p.m. Thursday, August 13, August 2020 at Queen of Peace Catholic Cemetery in Candy Dwelling (nook of F.M. 318 & County Street 378a, 77987) with Rev. Matthew Huehlefeld officiating. Celebration of Life meal to comply with beneath the bushes at Candy Dwelling Neighborhood Heart.
Pallbearers: Christian Heinen, Chris Garcia, Chris Hanus, Joey Pekar, Shawn Blaha, Tyler Mitchan, Steve Polumchek and Terry Van Orum. Honorary pallbearer: Brett Hrabovsky.
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