Adolph Vodrazka

Adolph Vodrazka

Tuesday, June 28th, 1927 - Friday, March 20th, 2020
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Adolph “Mr. Vod” Vodrazka, 92, of Pottsville, passed away Friday, March 20, 2020, at the Dardanelle Nursing and Rehab Center. He was born June 28, 1927, in Dardanelle, son of the late Adolph, Sr. and Bessie Pfeifer Vodrazka. He was a veteran of World War 2, graduate of the University of Arkansas, and taught Vocational Agriculture at Pottsville Schools for 34 years. He enjoyed raising cattle and being on the farm. He was a member of the Pottsville United Methodist Church, the Pope County Cattleman’s Association, a retired volunteer firefighter, served on the Pottsville City Council, and was a member of the Pottsville Masonic Lodge #333 for 67 years.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife of 66 years, Josephine Vodrazka; infant son, Randolph Vodrazka; brother, Frank Max Vodrazka; and son-in-law, Larry Harris.
He is survived by 2 daughters, Debby Harris of Russellville, and Jana Lawhorn (Vernon) of Pottsville; grandchildren, Amanda Ivey (Jim McCoy) of Ohio, and Kenneth Lee Lawhorn of Pottsville; great-grandson, Zander Ivey of Ohio; sister, Agnes Alford; several nieces, nephews, other family and friends; and a host of former students.
Private burial with Masonic rites by Pottsville Lodge #333 will be held in Oakland Cemetery north of Atkins with Rev. David Downum officiating. Services are under the direction of Lemley Funeral Service of Atkins. Public visitation and memorial services will be announced at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorials in his honor may be made to the Oakland Cemetery, P.O. Box 440, Atkins, AR 72823.
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Teresa Johnston Culpepper

Posted at 10:13pm
My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

david and kim leggett

Posted at 10:30am
I am truly sorry to hear of uncles passing he will be missed. but never forgotten. Prayers for the family

Daniel Jordan Leggett

Posted at 08:26pm
Sadden of the news of Uncle A’s passing. Thoughts are with The Girls, family and friends.


Posted at 08:03pm
Vocational Agriculture, class of 1985, Pottsville. I think it was every Thursday, bring your knife to school to sharpen in AGRI. Hot summer months and all the bottled cokes you can drink walking along a tailor throwing square bails up on Vods trailor. Hay bails 5-10 cents a square bail. Though we were young, Less we not forget. Fond memories now, and then. Steve

Ken Bowden

Posted at 10:38am
Praying for the Family in your time of loss Mr. Vod was more than a teacher, he cared for his students in and out of school he was always sharing life skills. Mr. Vod helped my family out in our time of need but putting us to work hauling hay, we hauled many thousands of bales and I never forgot it, I ask him how could I ever repay hi, he said help someone else. I remember him as a pastor in Kansas ever time I help someone in their time of need. God Bless your family during this time of loss but Heavens gain.
Pastor Ken Bowden

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