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In loving memory

Rosary – Thursday, January 31, 2019, at 6-8pm, Meador Chapel, Gainesville

Funeral Mass – Friday, February 1, 2019, at 10:00am, St. Peter’s Catholic Church, Lindsay

Internment – St. Peter’s Cemetery, Lindsay

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Victoria Mary Kuntz Bezner of Dallas, Texas, passed away at home on January 28, 2019.  Vicky was born August 19, 1925, in Gainesville, Texas, to Al and Clara Loerwald Kuntz.  She attended the Lindsay school in Lindsay, Texas, before moving in 1942 to Valley View, Texas, with her family.  That same year, Camp Howze took over her parents’ farm in the Wolf Ridge area.  Vicky graduated from Valley View High School in 1943, and went on to attend Durham’s Business College in Ft. Worth.  She later worked at a bank in California as a Bookkeeper and Assistant Supervisor.  Vicky married Hubert P. Bezner on September 7, 1954, in St. Peters Church in Lindsay, Texas.  She is survived by one son, Richard Bezner (Linda) of Dallas, TX, and three daughters; Janet Bezner (Nancy Lesch) of Austin, TX, Sharon Bezner of Dallas, TX, and Dolores Bezner Hickam (Alan) of Olive Branch, Ms.  Vicky has two granddaughters, Hallie Bezner and Carla Kay Hickam, and two grandsons, Cole Bezner and Phillip Hickam, and numerous nieces and nephews.  She is preceded in death by her parents, brothers John, Al and Eugene Kuntz, and sisters Frieda Billingsley, Anna Mae Hacker, Hulda Hefner, Rose Kuhn, Louise Langston, and Elizabeth Plumlee.  Vicky was a dedicated member of St. Rita Catholic Church of Dallas, Texas.  One of the highlights of Vicky’s life (besides her children and grandchildren) was a trip she and Hubert took to Rulzheim, Germany, in 1973.  There she met and visited with her father’s family and many relatives.  She also saw the home where her father was born and raised. The Rosary will be recited at Meador Funeral home in Gainesville, TX on Thursday, January 31, from 6:00pm-8:00pm. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Lindsay, TX, on Friday, February 1, at 10:00am.  Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or to the charity of your choice.