November 26, 1931 ~ March 20, 2022

Born in: Frenstat, Texas
Resided in: Bryan, Texas

Aline Muzny, 90, of Bryan, passed away on Sunday, March 20, 2022, in presence of her devoted daughters and son-in-law after a short illness. Visitation will be from 5 to 6:30 with the Rosary recited at 6:30 pm at Callaway-Jones Funeral Center March 23, 2022. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 12 noon, Thursday, March 24, 2022, at St. Joseph Catholic Church with interment in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, Bryan-College Station

Aline Muzny was born on November 26, 1931, in Frenstat, Texas. Our dear mother was the most lovable human known to us as family and her friends. She learned the way of common sense early in life and would become the perfect cook for all occasions of family gatherings. Mom met the love of her life, our dad, Eugene Muzny at a local dance held in Frenstat. Soon afterwards they were married at St. Joseph Catholic Church on August 23, 1950. They were blessed with the birth of two daughters, Donna and Laurie. Mom enjoyed many things in life but gardening, dancing, cooking Czech recipes, and listening to the local Czech Radio Station were her favorites. However, some of the most cherished time was spent baking Lemon Meringue Pie for her beloved priest, Rev. Msgr. John McCaffrey. Mom will be most missed as we will no longer have her clever wit and quick humor as well as her special carrot and potato salads to share. When she and dad were together, they both loved preparing bar-be-que for family and friends, and tending to cattle on the home farm.  Her favorite polka band was Vrazels of Texas. Oh how she loved spending Saturday nights at the local SPJST Hall in Smetana for a good Polka dance. Mom was quiet in her faith but shared her love with all. She was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church and a member of the KJZT. 

Aline is preceded in death by her husband of  68 years, Eugene Muzny; her parents, Anton and Annie Fotjik; her brothers, Clement Fojtik, Lee Fojtik, and Anton (AJ) Fojtik Jr.; her sisters, Milderene Putz, Rosalee Fojtik, Lillian Charanza, and Angeline Garney.

She is survived by her daughters, Donna Muzny, Laurie and husband TJ Arias, and her numerous nephews and nieces; and close friends of the family. 

In lieu of flowers please make donations to St. Joseph Catholic Church or School in Bryan.

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  1. The Kuciemba siblings were sad to here of Aline’s passing. The neighborhood will change again. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this time. Eternal light shine upon her and may she rest in peace.

  2. I’m so sorry about the passing of your beloved Mom. I know that your Mom and Dad’s spirits will continue to inspire. They instilled in you, beautiful and admirable traits that you are able to continue to share with this world. We thank them for all that they gave to our world and for what you continue to share as dedicated and caring human beings. She is surrounded by love!

  3. Sincere condolences on the loss of your mom. I loved reading about her Czech spirit. I trust that the time you were able to spend with her over this last period was a great comfort to her, especially considering how much she loved and valued her family. Wishing you peace and lasting memories in this difficult time.

  4. Donna, I regret hearing of your mom’s passing. May you enjoy many warm memories in the days ahead. I hope that comfort and peace come to you and your family soon.

  5. Donna

    My condolences to you and your family. Your mother was a beautiful lady and sounded like someone we’d all love to have known. She left a beautiful legacy and her family and community will miss her deeply. I wish for peace for you knowing that she is at rest now.

  6. My condolences to you and your family during this difficult time. I hope that you find peace and happiness.

  7. We’ve only recently learned of the passing of Aline Muzny. I’m attaching a note written by my mother, Kay Bartel.

    When I learned that Aline and Eugene Muzny have passed away, I felt so very sad. They were a big part of my life for many decades. I am Eugene’s cousin. My mother was Augusta Russ Mikeska. Please know that I feel deeply about this. I love them very much. They were outstanding Christian people and a fine example to all of us.

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