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Page 4C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press February 3, 2010 IIII BROWN Joleen B. Brown, age 62, of City of Hays, Texas, passed away on Saturday, January 30, 2010. Brothers Tommy and Tim Pruett; daughters Tracy Jane Brown and Tanea Radel; son-in- law Matthew Radel and grand- daughters Ciarra Sage Brown and Halley Elizabeth Radel survive her. She was preceded in death by granddaughters Mercedes and MacKenzie. Joleen was an employee of Hays County for 15 years and served on the City of Hays City Council for over 12 years, eight of those as Mayor. The family would like to ex- press their sincerest gratitude to w%Yand all medicalpersonnel o went above andbeyond to help Joleen. Due to Joleen&apos;s love of children, the family requests that donations be made to Children's Diabetes Fund in lieu of flowers Graveside services will be held at 1 p.m., Saturday, Febru- ary 6, at Live Oak Cemetery. CAVENDISH On 21 January 2010, after 87 years, Dorothy Jeanette Bradley-Cavendish passed away, leaving behind two sons, James B. Cavendish and his wife, Tanya, of Austin, Texas and Robert L Cavendish and his wife, Nano, of Buda, Texas. Dorothy belonged to what Tom Brokaw called "The Great- est Generation," those who en- dured the Great Depression and the SecondWorldWar.While attending college in Monroe, Louisiana, she met and married Lt. R. J. Cavendish, St., an Army Air Corps navigation student at Selman Field in Monroe. At the conclusion ofWorldWar II, following his return from a pris- oner ofwar camp in Germany, she and her husband traveled across the United States to his duty assignments with the U.S. Air Force. Dorothy returned to college in 1959, a single mom with two sons to raise. By 1962, she completed her degree from OBITUARIES IIIIII lllll I Northeast Louisiana State Col- lege and entered the medical records profession, becoming a Certified Medical Records Librarian at Glenwood Hospital inWest Monroe, Louisiana. Dorothy was one of Hospital Corporation of America's first women executives and enjoyed wide esteem throughout HCA for her professional ability and accomplishments. Her career success led to several promo- tions and job assignments from Macon, Georgia to London, England. She retired from HCA in 1991, moving to Austin, Texas to be closer to her immediate family, especially her beloved five grandsons [Brandon, Col- lin, John, Andrew andWflliam]. In addition to her sons and their families, Dorothy is survived by her brother, James B. Bradley, Jr., of West Monroe, Louisiana. Before her most re- cent illness, she was a member of Hyde Park Baptist Church. Burial will be a private grave- side service commemorating the life of a mother and pioneer woman executive. FOSTER Monta David Foster, 85, of Kyle and formerly of Yoakum, died Tuesday, January 26, 2010. He was born on January 19, 1925 in Chelsea, Okla. to Dewey Bryan Foster and Bramlett Cullum. He served in the U.S. Army and graduated from Texas A&M. Monta was employed and retired from Central Power and Light. He is survived by his daugh- ter, Nita Rico of Kyle; grandchil- dren, Toye Tanner Stanaland and husband Beau, Jessica Rico Salinas and husband Jason and Angela Rico Mireles and husband David; great-grand- children, Braxton Rico, Foster Rico, Baleigh Mireles, Luke Sta- naland, Jarrett Salinas and Jorja Salinas; sister, Sue Woodman; and many nieces and nephews. His wife, Mildred Hobbs Foster; parents; brothers and great-grandson Jaxxon Saiinas preceded him in death. Funeral services were held on Saturday, January 30, at Faith Assembly of God in Buda with burial at Salem Cemetery in Hallettsville. Memorial contributions may be given to S.P.J.S.T. Scholarship Fund, P O. Box 100, Temple, TX 76503 MANGRUM WiUiam Ronald Mangrum, 68, of Kyle, passed away Sun- day, January 31, 2010. He was born in McKinney, Texas on De- cember 12, 1941 toW'flliam Rex Mangrum and Billie Frances McCandles Mangrum. He is survived by his lov- ing wife, Patricia DeWeese Mangrum of Kyle and all his lovingfamily. Visitation will be held from 2 - 6 p.m., Saturday, February 6, at Harrell Funeral Home Chapel, Kyle. M,UR Joseph (Joe) Marion Man- sour, 79, of Manchaca, passed away Sunday, January 24, 2010. A graveside service was held Friday, January 29 at Oak Grove Cemetery on Spicewood Springs Road in Austin, with Pastor Stephen Warren of the First Baptist Church of Buda officiating. Joe was born December 13, 1930, in Kentwood, LAto Joe and Nina Mansour. He aduated from Kentwood High hool, attended college for a short time, and later served in the Unites States Air Force. Joe is survived by his pre- cious wife of thirty years, Gall Mansour; daughter Debbie Holder and husband Don- nie; son Ronnie Mansour and wife Yvonne; grandson Aaron Holder, wife Samantha and great-grandson Carter. Joe was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Marguerite Pritchard. RODELA Rudy Rodela, 52, of Buda, was called by our Heavenly Father on Thursday, January 28, 2010. He is survived by his lov- ing wife Julia Tristan; son Michael Rodela; daughter Enica Tristan; granddaughter Alazeiah Rodela; grandson Nicolas Degollado; sisters Teresa Rodela and Diana Rodela; nieces and nephews; aunt and uncles. Funeral servile was held on Monday, February 1, at Mission Funeral Home Seren- ity Chapel. Interment fol- lowed at the cemetery. The family would like to extend special thanks to the 9th floor Cancer ward staff at University Medical Center at Brackenridge Hospital and to the staff of Hospice Austin. SAUER Lillian Weiss Saner passed away Sunday, January 31, 2010, in Austin at the age of 94. Her husband Harold Sauer preceded her in death. She is survived by her children, Dr. Edward Sauer and wife, Kim; The Honorable Judge Beth Smith and hus- band, Everett; grandchildren, Hollyn and Britney Saner, Shane and Lori Smith, Tiffany and John Curnutt, Crystal and Jason Dixon; great- grandchildren, Johnathan Curnutt and Lillian Smith, along with other relatives and friends. Visitation was February 3 in the Chapel of Woodlawn Funeral Home, Houston, with funeral services following at 2 p.m., Rev. Elliott Scott offi- ciating. Interment in Wood- lawn Garden of Memories. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Shriners Hospi- tals for Children, 800-241- GIFT (4438), www.shriner- shospital.org; CTMC Hospice, San Marcos; or charity of your choice. Odds & Ends Continued from pg. 1C and completed by the end of the year. Some congestion and traffic hazards will be experienced so be careful and patient as they do their job to improve the water system. Oscar Villareal, Jr, son of Oscar and Melissa Daugherty ViUatreal, Sr., of Killeen cel- ebrated his first birthday with his grandparents, Jimmy and Jill Daugherty of Kyle, Denise Daugherty, Oscar Sr.'s parents of Frio, great-grandparents, Ed and Lois Daughtery of Kyle and sister Alexus Dennen of Kileen. He enjoyed his birth- day cake and gifts. A note of interest, he was born on his late great-great grandmother, Lena Heideman Franke's 104th birthday on Jan. 31. Gladys Sorrells spent a couple of weeks in Dallas, a guest of her niece, Dim Garonzik and husband I While there she attende( Ln great nephew Mark Kelly's cub scout pine car derb, Mark won a prize for big. "homemade" car. GladY4 .also enjoyed going to two moes. She recently had eye surt iery and is doing well after he R&R. oee Speaking of eye surger Hnda Leop had a cornea transplant. She is doing  311 and we send her our goo, wishes. OeO Birthday wishes go oull to Clarence Heideman on Fb. 5, Trey Tanzer on Feb. 8 a td Emma Saxon on Feb. 12. BettyWisian had a birthd y on Feb. 1st, hope itwas a "happy one" even if we at e a bit late. Station & ANTIQUES FURNITURE GIFTS FLOWERS JEWELRY T-SHIRTS IRON WORKS &: MORE Open Everyday Downtown Buda at the signal light. 295-9444 295-6008 Buda Bits Continued from pg. 1C Sunday, Feb. 7 is a "super day" not only for the big football game, but also it is the 102nd birthday of our friend DorothyWhite. Dorothy now resides at Redwood Springs in San Marcos after moving from Buda several years ago. Happy birthday, Dorothy! Kara Huesser celebrated her 35th birthday last Sat. with husband Denny and many of their friends by having din- ner out and boot scooting to country and western music. Kara's actual birthday is Feb. 3. More birthday wishes go out to Lori Hinkley on Feb. 5; Carol Gordon on Feb. 6; 85 year-old Viola Roach on Feb. 7; and Tammy Gray on Feb. 9. eee Also on Super Sunday, there will be another Buda song sharing circle at Buda Grocery and Grill from 3 until 5 p.m. Bring your instruments and join in or just sit back and listen. OO So great to report that Ken =onley is now home from the aospital. Conley is getting aome health care and therapy md doing well. There is still time to make he "footsie" tournament It the Onion Creek Senior ]itizens Center on Fri., Feb. ;. Registration time is 9 a.m. vith starting time at 9:30 t.m. The "42" tournament at )nion Creek Senior Citizens is cheduled for Fri., Feb. 12. To ign up to play, contact Nolan unkel at 312-5582. Both ,vents are free. The monthly meeting of the ;uda Chamber of Commerce rill be Wed., Feb. 10, at Good hepherd Ministries, 401 RM 67. The meeting starts at oon. The program will con- ern the newWindows 7. BUY, SELL. TRADE. FRIDAY- SATURDAY- SUNDAY ONLY' SEMINARS - SPECIAL DEALS - DEMOS - NEW PRODUCTS REMINGTON* HOME/FIELD COMBO 12 or 20 ga./3" chamber/includes home-defense and 26" field barrel Was'449.99 823986/946 CABELAS EXCLUSIVE MARLIN* MODEL 60 RIFLES .22 LR/pink or blue laminate stock. Stainless barrel. Was 9.99 02823949/950 JUST FOUND MOSIN NAGANT 7.62x54R RUSSIAN SURPLUS RIFLES EXCELLENT CONDITION s99,99 REG. '149.99 MFS 7.62X39 . Brass case . 122 or. FMJ Per 20 Was =10.99 02883271 PMC .223 REM. Brass case 55 gr. 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