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Anna Mae (Busa) Vezurk, 91, of Anderson, passed away peacefully on Friday, June 10, 2022, surrounded by her loving family.

Visitation with family and friends was held Tuesday, June 14, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at St. Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Church in Anderson. A parish Rosary followed at 7:00 p.m. lead by Deacon Russell Pasket. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 15, at St. Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Church with the Rev. Elias Lopez as the celebrant. Rite of committal will follow in the church cemetery.

Serving as pallbearers are her grandsons, Brandon Borski, Blake Vezurk, David Borski, Matthew Borski, Bradley Wehmeyer, Clint Vezurk, Joseph Boehnke, and Christopher Boehnke.

Anna Mae was born in Stoneham on March 28, 1931, to Joseph and Francis Busa and was a lifetime resident of Grimes County. On October 25, 1952 she married Steve Vezurk at St. Stanislaus Catholic Church in Anderson, and they were married 64 years before his passing in 2016. Together they built a life around faith and family. She loved St. Stanislaus Church and was a faithful member for over 70 years. Her family was her life, and no matter how large it grew, everyone was always welcomed and loved.

Anna Mae leaves behind 5 children to cherish her memories, son Gary Vezurk and wife Gleneva of College Station, daughter Joanie Wehmeyer and husband Dennis, daughter Harriet Borski and husband Darrell, son Roger Vezurk and wife Deanie, all of Anderson, daughter Rose Boehnke and husband Mark of College Station, and daughter-in-law Debbie Johnson of Gunnison, CO; 12 grandchildren, Karen Alton and husband Chris of Gunnison, CO, Brandon Borski and wife Kary, Blake Vezurk and wife Melissa, Jaime Diehl and husband Frankie, David Borski and wife Jesslyn, Crystal Sechelski and husband Larry Jr., Matthew Borski and wife Kirby, Bradley Wehmeyer and wife Shannon, all of Anderson, Joseph Boehnke and wife Emily of San Antonio, Clint Vezurk and wife Kristin of College Station, Emily Mendiola and husband Adrian of San Antonio and Christopher Boehnke and wife Christy of Houston; 26 great grandchildren, Morgan Whitla, Taylor Alton, Carter Vezurk, Andrew Borski, Brinley Alton, Jacob Borski, Connor Vezurk, Evan Borski, Ayla Sechelski, Lauren Vezurk, Claire Borski, Dalton Sechelski, Maggie Borski, William Borski, Myles Borski, Beckett Borski, Christiano Mendiola, Brooks Borski, Demi Wehmeyer, Callie Vezurk, Austin Boehnke, Illiana Mendiola, Trenton Vezurk, Truitt Boehnke, Alex Boehnke and Brecklyn Borski; sister, Lucille Burzyinski, brother-in-law, Harold Wisnoski; and numerous nieces and nephews that she loved as well.

When she was younger, she was a seamstress for Turner and Pierce. Later, she helped cook at Trailriders Café in Anderson with her sister-in-law, Pearl Busa. This is where her legendary pies were made. After that, she found her true passion, caring for children, especially babies as she worked at Anderson Daycare with good friend, Marian Floyd until she was physically unable. If you truly wanted to see Grandma’s beautiful smile, then let her hold a baby for a few minutes.

Anna Mae was a wonderful cook and if you ever had a chance to try her cooking, you would not have been disappointed. She always had plenty for everyone to take home. She was known for her delicious pies and making each family member’s favorites, even if it was more than she had counter space for. She loved to gamble and trips to the casinos with her family were her favorite. Grandma spoke often of the trips she took with her sister and sisters-in-law to Las Vegas. She also loved her garden and especially fresh vegetables, even canning some squash a few days before she passed away.

She was preceded in death by her husband Steve; her parents Joseph and Francis Busa; brother and sisters-in-law, Alfred and Vicki Busa, Edmund and Verlyn Busa; sister and brother-in-law, Margaret and David Sechelski; sisters, Frances Lois and Janie Wisnoski; sister-in-law, Pearl Busa and her husband David; and brother-in-law Raymond Burzynski. All of whom she missed dearly everyday of her life.

The family would like to offer a special thanks to Brazos Valley Hospice for their loving care over the last 2 years, especially Jenny, Chevan and Pauline.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests all donations be made to St. Stanislaus Catholic CCE Building fund in her memory.

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