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Hays Free Press January 4, 2017 COMMUNITY Page 3C MUELLER Nell K. Mueller, of Kyle, was born Feb. 18, 1929 on a farm on Old Bluff Road just east of Pleasant Hill Elementary School in Travis County, in the days when Austin was just a sleepy town. Thursday, Dec. 22, Nell peacefully left this earth to meet her Lord and savior. Nell was preceded in death by her parents; Sidney Klingemann and Amanda Nowotny Klingemann; her siblings, Louis Herry, Bruce Klingemann, John Klingemann; sister-in-law, Mary Ellen Herry; and son- in-law, Graham Phares. Nell is survived by her loving husband of 67 years, Walter (Dub) Mueller; daughter, Anne Phares; sons, Sidney Mueller (Shirley) and Rodney Mueller (Sandi); and sister, Dorothy Klingemann Wende (Fred). In addition, Nell leaves a legacy of love and faith to her grandchildren: Mandy Mueller Taylor (Richard), Dena Mueller Jansen (JP), Chris Phares (Nichole), Robin Phares Foerster, Joshua Mueller (Cassie) and Kelcy Mueller Palmer (Ian). Great-grandchildren Asten Phares, Deven Phares, BDub Foerster, Parker Taylor, Mallory Taylor, Trace Jansen, Elizabeth Jansen, Madeline Mueller and Oliver Mueller will miss the warm welcoming hugs of their MeeMaw. A compassionate, caring friend always ready with a listening ear, kind word and helping hand, Nell leaves behind many dear friends especially at St. John Lutheran and St. Peters Lutheran Church in Marble Falls. Also mourning her loss are extended family members; Wanda and Bill Raby, Peggy Benson, Betty and Jerry Mueller, Ruby and George Sellstrom and Bernice Mueller Brooks (deceased). She also leaves behind many nieces and nephews that will feel her loss. Nell was devoted to God and her family and her church. She served as church secretary at St John Lutheran for ten years and as an assistant minister for thirty years. As a young woman, Nell was a buyer for Scarboroughs then studied for Pharmacology for a short time. But love and family took her down a different path. When Dub returned from his Navy service, he and Nell started an electrical business in their little house on Redd Street. That business still thrives in the hands of Anne, Sid and Rod and grandson, Josh. Countless happy memories were made in that little house on Redd St. that Nell and Dub turned into a home. Later in retirement, Nell and Dub moved into a home they built themselves in Granite Shoals. This allowed for more memories to be made fishing, skiing, fish fries', playing on the shell beach and just generally relaxing around the lake. Nell was fond of gardening and especially loved the butterfly garden Dub helped her create. Over the years, she also enjoyed sewing, needle crafts and crochet. But Nell's true calling was as a wife and mother. She was completely devoted to her husband Dub. They shared a deep and abiding love within a marriage of 67 years. Through their love, they raised three children who continue to share the loving examples they learned with their own families. We will all miss Nell, but are eternally grateful for the time we shared with her and hold dear our memories of her loving ways and passionate faith. A funeral service was held Thursday, Dec. 29, 2016, at St. John's Lutheran Church, 409 W. Ben White Blvd., Austin, Texas. Interment followed in Forest Park Memorial Park, Austin. Condolences may be posted at www. HarrellFuneralHomes.com. TYLER A "Celebration of Life" will be held at Madeline Manor, 1014 S. Old Stagecoach Road in Kyle) on Saturday, Jan. 7, 2017 to honor and remember the life of Nancie Jones Tyler (Jan. 4, 1940-Nov. 27, 2016). Friends and family are encouraged to join together for a noon luncheon and visitation where memories of this lovely lady will be shared. Please bring your special stories and photographs of your times spent with Nancie. Sudoku Solutio 8 3 i !i i ii 8 iii i :i i :=:: 9 I 7 3 8 4 625 N N N _S4 :279 136 Sudoku Puzzle, from page 2C Toxas Crossword Texas Crossword, from page 2C I Buda, Texas 15300 S. 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