Janice May Prebilski

Janice May PrebilskiJanice May Prebilski, 54, of Texas City, passed away on Tuesday, April 8, 2014. She was born in Swinden, England on June 23, 1959 to Douglas and Margery Hughes. A longtime resident of Texas City, Janice was a member of the Queen of Peace Catholic Church, and worked as an Office Manager at Mainland Children’s Partnership in Texas City. She was also a member of the KJT, and the Ladies Guild.

Janice is preceded in death by her mother and father Douglas and Margery Hughes, and her mother and father in-law Bernard and Johnnie Prebilski. She is survived by her loving husband; Carl Prebilski, and her three daughters; Mandy Reznicek and her husband Allen of La Marque, Stacey Prebilski of Dickinson, and Morgan Prebilski of Alvin. Janice is also survived by her two sisters; Pam Grossman and her husband Raymond of Friendswood, and Gale Williams of Nacogdoches, and her “adopted” mother; Margarita Martinez.

Visitation will be held at the James Crowder Funeral Home in La Marque on Friday, April 11, 2014 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm, with a vigil and rosary starting at 7:00pm. A funeral service for Janice will be held at the Queen of Peace Catholic Church in La Marque on Saturday, April 12, 2014 at 1:00pm, with Father Chacko Puthumayil officiating.

Pallbearers will be, Allen Reznicek, Mike Reznicek, Dean Jones, Randy Sage, Raymond Grossman, and Sevren Grossman, with Curtis Herzog and Nicholas Hogan as honorary pallbearers. Janice’s family would like to thank the Methodist Hospital Cell and Gene Therapy Team and the St. John’s Hospital Staff. They would also like to extend a special thank you to Janice’s bone marrow donor, Debra Claypool, for giving them another seven and a half wonderful years with their beloved mother, wife, and friend.


  1. Some of my fondest moments growing up was being with some or all of my cousins at Hughes family gatherings. I was one of the “older” cousins and while Janice was of the “younger” set we all had good times together doing all those things cousins typically do together, being the children of our mom or dad’s Hughes lineage.

    I will always remember Janice as that perky cousin with a beautiful smile, boundless energy, continually active and always full of life. When she came to North Carolina in 2010 with Pam in Uncle Ben’s last days and ultimately to take him home for his final resting next to Aunt Margery, she still had that perkiness and love of life, despite her health challenges. Despite all of the difficulty and sadness during that time, she still had that beautiful smile.

    While geography, careers and raising families have prevented us from being as close as we were during our youth, my memories of Janice during those early years, our childhood roots, will still live on. We will all miss this very special, unique person with a beautiful smile – each in our own way.

    Bill Richardson
  2. I just found out of her passing. She was such a kind person. She was my fathers, brothers, sons wife. May she rest in peace.

    Laura Anne Pribilske

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