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Page 4C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press January 6, 2010 OBITUARIES CARSON Aleta Dell Galbreath Carson, 84, formerly of Creedmoor, died Wednesday, December 30, 2009. Bom October 29, 1925, she was raised in Buda. Dell lived most of her adult life in Creedmoor tmti12003, when she moved into a nursing facil- ity in South Austin, Where she lived until her death. - She was preceded in death by her parents, Carl and Elizabeth Galbreath; husband, Claude Vernon Carson; eldest daugh- ter, Vema Dell Meyer; seve n siblings; and granddaughter-in- law, Kim Fluker. Dell is survived by youngest daughter and her husband, Claudette and Jerry Jennings; three grandsons; three grand- daughters; and numerous great-grandchildren. She retired from DelValle Independent School District in 1991 as a librarian assistant. After retiring, Dell enjoyed trav- eling, bowling, gambling and dancing with friends. Graveside services were held SatttrdaTfi January 2, 2010, at Live Oak Cemetery in Man- chaca. Memorials and guest- book online at wcfish.com CONNER Cecil Edwin Conner, 56, passed away on December 31, 2009, in Manchaca. He was born in Austin on May 6, 1953 to Everett and Lucllle Conner. Cecil was a member of the Woodrow Baptist Church. He was with the Mental Health Mental Retardation group of Austin. He worked as a bus boy at various restaurants in Austin. Cecil enjoyed bowling, fishing and watching children laughing, running and playing. One of his greatest achieve- ments was being an owner and operator of his own motor- cycle and he wanted to build a dnnebuggy. Surviviiag Cecil is his loving mother Lucille Conner; sisters Lillie Farris, Tillie Hawthorne, Sherran Gambrell, Brenda Prewitt, Denise Conner and Jo Tedford; brothers Everett B. Conner, Garry Conner and Virgil Conner. He Was preceded in death by his father Everett V. Conner and sister Joyce Conner. Ftinerai services were held Monday, Jan. 4, at Cook-Walden Funeral Home and graveside services were held the same day at Shady Grove Cemetery in Bumet. DAVILLA Emma Gonzales Davllla, 77, of Buda, went to be with our Lord onWednesday, Decem- ber 30, 2009. She was born in Ganado, Texas, and raised in Austin and attended Zavala Elementary and Allen Jr. High. She ,alas a military wife and a member of the NCO Wives Club. She attended Bastrop Christian Outreach Center in Bastrop. Emma was a very loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend. She will be greatly missed by all of her family and friendS. She was preceded in death by her sonWillie G. Davilia. She is survived by husband, Willie C. Davilla; Sons and daughters, Linda LaJennesse, Sandra Cart, Lor/aine Reasbeck, Danny DaviUa and Abel Da- villa; grandchildren, Michelle Latham, Steven LaJeunesse, Christopher Davilla and Sharon Hernandez, Marissa Cart and James Cart, Laura Kaululaau and JessicaReabeck, Austin Davilla, Alexandria DaviUa and Samuel Davilla; and five great-grandchildren; brothers and sisters, SarahHernandez, Hector Gonzaies, Virginia Ott, Ginnie (Betty) Davis and many other relatives and loved ones. Funeral services were held at Mission Funeral Home, Seren- ity Chapel on Sunday, January 3, 2010. To view memorial on- line visit www.missioumemori- als.com. / HEIMBURGER Richard Alan t-teimburger, 45, of Buda, passed away on December 31, 2009. He was born November 14, 1964, in Washington, D. C. to Arthur Ronald and Nancy (McDonald) Heimburger. He was preceded in death by his mother, Nancy Heimburger. He is survived by wife, Jen- nifer Sipe Heimburger; sons, Tyler and Preston Heimburger; daughter, Rachel Heimburger all of Buda; father, Arthur Ronald Heimburger; brothers, Steve Heimburger and Dave Heimburger and foster sister, Susie Begley. Memorial contributions in Richard's name may be made to the Church of Christ Library, 255 Saengerhalle, New Braun- fels, TX 78130. Graveside services were conducted on Saturday; Jan. 2, 2010, at Memory Lawn Memo- flal Park, Martindaie, with Mr. Lynn Parker officiating. Obitu- ary and guestbook online at www.penningtonfuneralhome. com LINEBARGER Wesley Dale Linebarger was born in San Marcos on AuguSt 15, 1969 and died in a tragic home fire in Round Mountain, Texas, on the night of December 26, 2009. He was 40 years old. Wes is survived by his mother, Martha Letbetter Durham of Staples and his fa- ther and stepmother, Dale and Libby Linebarger of Austin. He is also survived by his grand- mother, the Reverend Nell Linebarger of Staples and his brothers and sisters, Roger E. Linebarger of Staples, Rebekkah Lin6barger and her husband Chris Mock of New Bratmfels, Brent Bockhok and his wife Susan of Austin, David M. Hnebarger of Mountain Ranch, California and Annie Linebarg- er of Sydnefi NSW, Australia. He is also survived by one niece and seven nephews. In addition to his family, Wes is survived by his former wife, Natasia Linebarger of Round Mountain. In spite of their difficulties, they loved each other until the day he died, and had just spent a joyful Christmas together. Wes attended public school in Corpus Christi and San Marcos, graduating from San Marcos High School io 1987. Following high school, Wes attended college at Texas A&M University. In his early 20'S, Wes bought a shaved ice stand in Corpus Christi which he oper- ated profitably and successfully for a year or two. It was a proud day in his life when he repaid his dad the $20,000 he had bor- rowed to finance his business. After selling his business and moving to Austin, Wes went to work for his dad's law firm, beginning as a mailroom worker and later advancing to managing the firm's largest mailroom in San Antorffo. Wes was a good worker and earned his promotions. After leaving the firm in 2007, Wes moved to Round Mountain where he ran some cattle and pursued other business opportunities. Wes loved the family farm' on the San Marcos River near Staples. He lived there with his grandparents during his high school years and was mentored by his late grandfather, Roger Linebarger, who taught him the cattle business and how to nm a trot line. Manyhappy moments over many years were spent with our large family down on the farm and we will all treasure the time we had together. A private family service was held at the Staples United Metl3. odist Church on Decem- ber 31, 2009, following which the family gathered down by the river to spreadWes' ashes in the place he loved most. Goodbye, Wesley Dale, I love you. Dad Memorial contributions may be made inWesley's name to the CapitalArea Food Bank, 8201 South Congress, Austin, TX78745 PATRICK . " Charles Scott Patrick, 50, lost his courageous battle with cancer on Thursday, December 17, 2009. Scott was born in Tus- caloosa, AL. The family moved from Jackson, MS to Montgom- eryin i961. He attended Romeo and Juliet Kindergarten, Dal- raida El- ementat% Goodwin Junior High and gradu- ated from Robert E. Lee High School in 1978. He attended AUM, grad-. uafing in 1983 with honors and a degree in Political Science. He pursued a career in retail sales and managed several stores in the Montgomery area. Scott was preceded in death by a sister, Glenda Patrick in !961, his maternal grandpar- ents, Edna and Ed Montague of Kyle; his paternal grandparents, Charles and Lona Mae Patrick of Ozark, AL. He is survived by his parents Nell and Glenn Patrick of Mont- gomery, AL; a daughter, Rachel Patrick; former wife, Billie Shields Patrick and her daugh- ters, Alexis Tara and Railene of Wagoner, OK. . Graveside.services were held on December 20, at Woodlawn Cemetery in Ozark, AL with Rev. Burton Herring officiating. Contributions may be made to the Capitol Heights Methodist Church, Montgomery, AL. ROBERTS RubyV. Roberts, 85, passed away on Frida December 14, 2009. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Patricia Maples. She i s survived by two sons, Fred andVergll Maples; two sisters, Virginia Runer and Verdi Gillespie; eleven grandchildren; twenty great- grandchildren; nine great- great-grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews and family. Services were Wednesday, January 6, at Hays Hills Baptist Church in Buda. 'TomBs Crossword Solution From Odds & Ends Continued from pg. 1C The best news this week is that our sick are all ok. HuldaWi- sian is able to drive her car and all were glad to see her in church after recovering from surgery. to remove a kidney. Jean Collier said nothing tasted better than the Christmas turkey and dress- ing that did not come through a tube.We are so thankful that both these ladies are doing so . J well.All the other not so well are all doing ok. Thank yo OOO Congratulations to Raney Moore onmaking allXs on his grades since he started school this year. Keep up the good world Raney attends Barton Jr. High. Oh, he i.s also our great grandson. OOO Logan Crowell, who is a first grader in Clear Fork Elemen- tary in the Lockhart Schools, is also on the all '' honor roll. Congratulations to him also. Yes, you guessed it- he is also our great grandso Don't forget the St. John Lu- theran Men's Fellowship meets on Sat., Jan.9 at 9:00 a.m. at the rec center. Some late Christmas news: Dorothy Schneider entertained family on Christmas Eve with. a dinner and of course open- hag of gifts. Family enjoying the eveningwas son, Bruce and wife Natasha, son Michael and stepdaughter Yana, nephew Gary Schneider and niece Janet Sassman and husband Gordon. The group enjoyed the meal, eggnog, gifts and visiting. Dor- ' othy spent Christmas Day with the Bruce Schneider family. Bmee and Natasha planned a patio party for NewYear's Eve but the Blue Texas Northern changed their plans to a party in Sudoku Solutio00 LB. i6 i3 !Z ]L Z Fmm ,uzzle on page 2C the garage. The group of friends enjoyed the party. oeo The NewYearJs Eve dance at Club 21 was well attended, according to a report of where patrons had to park their cars. As long as I can remember, there was never a smallcrowd on NewYear's Eve at Club 21! Williaon an opening in January 2010 at 3201 S. Ausa'n Avenue, #105 in Georgetbwn Handicapped-accessible parking Most insurance plans accepted and filed Leading edge technology Expert Physicians, Ex00ptional Convenience * Neurointerventional surgery Neuroradiology Nuclear radiology Pediatric radiology