Edward James Psencik  July 11 1934  October 29 2019

Edward James Psencik July 11 1934 October 29 2019

July 11 1934 October 29 2019
Edward’s Obituary Edward James Psencik, 85, of Kaufman, Texas passed away peacefully in Ennis, Texas on October 29, 2019. Ed was born on July 11, 1934 in Kovar, Texas to Emil and Lily Psencik. On November 3, 1984 Ed married Mary Dorough at Trinity Baptist Church in Kaufman. Ed was the manager of the JC Penney retail store in Terrell for 33 years before his retirement in 1994. He loved many things including gardening, hunting and fishing but nothing more than his precious grand kids. He has been a long time member of the Terrell Noon Lions club since 1972. Ed served proudly in the Unites States Army. Ed is survived by his loving wife Mary Psencik of Kaufman, Sons: Mike Psencik of Dallas, Matt Psencik and wife Mickie of Arkansas, Paul Dorough of Kaufman, Daughters: Donna Hardin of Kaufman, Paula Heather of Kaufman, Sisters: Lonnie Myers of Arlington, Gladys Kana of San Antonio, Grandchildren: Blake Hardin, Chase Hardin, Brittani Dorough, Cheyenne Psencik, Lake Psencik, Great Grandchild: Tucker Hardin. Ed is preceded in death by a brother Bill Psencik. Read More

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Edward James Psencik July 11 1934 October 29 2019.

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Death notice for the town of: Kaufman, state: Texas

death notice Edward James Psencik July 11 1934 October 29 2019

obituary notice Edward James Psencik July 11 1934 October 29 2019

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