Rose Jambor, 103, of David City, died Monday, June 6, 2022, at St. Joseph's Villa in David City.
Mass will be live streamed on Kracl Funeral Chapel Facebook page
PLEASE NOTE DATE AND TIME
Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, June 18, 2022, 10:00 A.M.
St. Mary's Catholic Church, David City Rev. Jay Buhman, Celebrant
Visitation 9 A.M. Saturday with a Rosary at 9:30 A.M.
Lunch at the Event Center immediately following Mass
Committal at Sts. Cyril and Methodius Cemetery, Plasi
Memorials in care of the family for future designation
Rose Jambor, 103, left this world for Eternal Life on June 6, 2022. She was born near Brainard on August 10, 1918, to Emil and Ella (Hajek) Pernicek, lived in the Octavia area and graduated from Schuyler High School in 1936 with a teaching certificate. She taught in Colfax County, District 6 and Butler County Districts 6, 46, 53 and 54. On October 20, 1943, she married Albert Jambor, son of Joseph and Emily (Ostry) Jambor, at Sts. Cyril and Methodius Catholic Church, Plasi. They made their home on a farm near Prague. Rose loved to garden and raise flowers, especially roses. Her love of family and her Czech heritage inspired her to research and organize family histories. Writing letters and sending greeting cards gave her great pleasure. Above all, family and her faith were closest to her heart. Her compassion and kindness will be remembered by many.
Rose is survived by her daughter, Jeanne (Albin) Jakub of Schuyler, two sons; Allen (Carmen) Jambor of Lincoln and Galen (Alice) Jambor of Prague, 11 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and 3 step great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Albert in 2003, brothers Leonard and Mary Ann Pernicek, Ernest and Gladys Pernicek and Alberts 7 siblings and spouses.