Albina Manak Muzik was 95 years of age at the time of her death in the home of her daughter and son-in-law. Albina was a full-time housewife devoting her life to her husband Willie and her only child Betty. She enjoyed cooking and baking, and definitely gardening, and was an every Sunday type of churchgoer. In her younger days, she even loved to go dancing with her husband and sister, and she also liked going to church bazaars.
Albina is survived by her daughter and son-in-law Robert Arnold and Betty Muzik Arnold. She is also survived by four grandchildren: Robert C. Arnold of Nacogdoches, Texas; Megan Arnold of Bryan, Texas; Jeannette Bilski Loury of Biscayne Park, Florida; and Ryan Bilski of Round Rock, Texas; and also by five great grandchildren; Andrew Bilski; Ethan Bilski; Addison Bilski; Leah Loury; and Olivia Loury. She is also survived by three step grandchildren: D.C. Sweeten; Cathy Sweeten; and Jennifer Sweeten.
She is preceded in death by her parents Peter Manak and Albina Stanko Manak, and her sisters, Annie Fojtik, Mary Lyons, Ludmilla Neumeyer, and brothers, Frank Manak, August Manak, Paul Manak, Joe Manak and Anton Manak. The last of this group left living is the youngest brother Pete Manak of Sealy Texas.
Albina lived most of her younger life in Rosenberg, Texas, and then in later years she moved to Sealy, Texas. The last approximate 16 years of her life were spent living with her only daughter and son-in-law Robert and Betty Arnold of Houston, Texas.
A funeral mass for Albina was held on Thursday, Oct. 6 at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Sealy, Texas.