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Page 2C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press January 23, 2013 + CHERRYHOLMES J. Edward Cherryholmes, 81, of Denton, TX, born July 25, 1931, Colum- bus, OH, died Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 4 Seasons Hospice. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather, and to many a thoughtful and caring pastor and friend. He was a 1950 graduate of South High School, Colum- bus, OH, Otterbein College, Westerville, OH and United Seminary, Dayton, OH. He was also a retired United Methodist minister who for over 43 years served churches in Ohio, Michigan and Texas. He served First United Methodist Church of Kyle from 1992- 1997. His column "Perspectives" has appeared in the Hays Free Press, he was the author of "Eyewitness to History," a book about the Kennedy Assassination, an accom- plished vocalist, active in drama, having appeared as Willy Loman in "Death of a Salesman," and an avid sports enthusiast, especially Ohio State football. Preceded, in death by his parents, Joseph and Ruth Cherryholmes, daughter, Lee Ann Cherryholmes, sister and brother-in-law, Patricia and Sid Smart. Survived by his loving wife of 34 years the Rev. Eleanor Cozad Cherryholmes, son, Charles (Susan), Lincoln City, OR, step-son, David Under- wood (Claudia), LaPorte, IN, step-daughter, Annette Underwood, Confier, CO; grandchildren Bradley Nichols, Breanna Shrode, Charles Cherryholmes, Mal- lory Cherryholmes, Amber Underwood, Brandon Kaiser, three great grand-children, three nieces, Becky Bechtel (Larry), Brenda Tyler, Beverly Groth; four great-nieces, three great-nephews, one great-great-niece. Service to Worship God and in memory of Ed will be 1 p.m., Saturday, January 26 at Amlin United Method- ist Church, 5441 Cosgray Rd., Dublin, OH. In lieu of flowers the family request memorials to Patricia and Sid Smart Scholarship Fund, West High School Alumni Club, c/o Bob Roach, P. O. Box 28056, Columbus, OH, 43228. GUERRERO Mary Luz Reyna (Lucy) Guerrero of Manchaca born May 6, 1931 in Nieder- wald, went to be with the Lord Jesus on January 15, 2013. Lucy was a loving wife, a caring mother, a super grandmother, a great- grandmother and a fun cousin and aunt. She was an excellent seamstress and was very hospitable. She will be missed, but her legacy continues. Lucy was preceded in death by her sister Esther Cermeno; her parents, Salva- dor Reyna Sr. and Consuelo Reyna; brothers, Rudy Reyna and Salvador Reyna Jr.; and her great-granddaughter, Kadence Guerrero. Lucy is survived by her loving husband of 55 years, Gregorio N. Guerrero, and seven children; Mary Gladys Guerrero, Oscar and Betty Guerrero, Diana and Mike Barron, olanda Garrison, Orlando and Irma Guerrero, Hector and Annette Guerre- ro, Joe and Shelly Guerrero, 18 grandchildren, and 18 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at Angel Funeral Home on Saturday, January 19. Internment was at Onion Creek Memorial Park on Chapel Lane. The family thanks Austin Hos- pice and FC Home Health Agency for their compas- sionate care. MENDOZA Ruben John Mendoza, age 65, of Kyle, passed away Fri- day, ]anuary 11, 2013. Ruben was born on August 20, 1947 to Ruben and Lola Mendoza and grew up in Pacoima, California, the oldest of eight children. Immediately after gradu- ating from San Fernando High School in 1966, Ruben began working at Lockheed in Burbank, California, as a Production Control Supervi- sor. On September 19, 1966, when he was 19 years old, Ruben enlisted in the Army. He proudly served in the Overseas Service European Command in Germany as a Sergeant from 1967 to 1969. During his time in the Army, Ruben enjoyed playing on the Army baseball team. When he was discharged from the Army, Ruben re- turned to Lockheed where he proudly worked as a dedicated employee for the next 30 years. After retiring from Lockheed, he worked at various companies such as Sears, the United States Post Office as a contract provider, and was also co-owner of The Links in La Vernia Golf Course. His grandchildren loved watching movies with their grandpa and looked forward to learning to play golf just like grandpa. Ruben loved to golf with his wife, his nephews, and his friends. For several years, he played in tournaments with his brother, Steve, and boasted a single digit handicap. As a very friendly and caring person, everyone loved him just as much as he loved everyone. He would always go out of his way to help others and befriend all who crossed his path, just like his father. Ruben volunteered as a Big Brother in Austin and also with the Texas Special Olympics in San Marcos. Ruben joined his father, Ruben Mendoza, and other family members and friends in Heaven on ]anuary 11, 2013. He is survived by his mother, Lola Mendoza, his wife, Dee, daughter, Yvette, son Ruben, It. (Erin), grand- sons, Quashawn and An- gel, brothers, Rod (Olivia), Steve (Karen), Randy (Vibi- anal sisters, Shirley Perea, Adrienne Moreno (Tony), Georgia Smith (Dan), Norma Herrera (Greg), and numer- ous nieces, nephews, great- nieces, great-nephews, and friends too many to name. Ruben will be missed, but his legacy lives in all of us. Memorial services were held Saturday, January 19, 2013 at Kyle United Method- ist Church. 201 If you have obituary information the Hays Free Press may not have access to, please email news@ haysfreepress.com or call (512) 268-7862. To all Christians: As a minister with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), I am pursuing the idea and desire of starting a new church in the Buda, Texas, area. In 0rder t0 do so, I need to first identify persons in the community who are looking for a church home, and who are,,dlling to assist me in this initial stage. The Oi~iples of Christ is a moderate denomination that welcomes everyone to the Communion table, as Jesus welcomed us. One of our founders used a phrase that aptly describes us: =No creed but Christ;, no bo0k but the Bible; In addition,we do not have a central policy oN current political issues, as we respe~ each others' beliefs. East Pecan Street, Lockhart, Texas 78644 (512)376-9686 rernplus@att.net www.remplusmonuments.com Our membership is yen/diverse, having welc0med thousands from other denominations. Our traditional form of baptism is by immer- sion, but we respect the traditions of those who have been baptized by other methods, Please drop me a note via U.S, Mail or by email if you are interested in assisting me or in providing me some positive insight in this new and exciting venture as we begin the new year. Thank you very much. Rev. J.D. Elshoff 1105 Grandview Drive San Marcos, TX 78666 jelahalf@earthlink.net + COURTESY PHOTO Martin Luther King Day celebrated with National Day of Service Emily Demmer, left, and Mary Fowler from the youth group at St. Alban's Episcopal Church in Buda volunteered at the Hays County Food Bank Monday. The event, organized by food bank volunteer and church mem- ber Kathy Luckett, was part of the National Day of Service, which coin- cided with Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. 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