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Page 2C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press February 20, 2013 + + + Buda Bits: New Senior Center now open Continued from pg. 1C Birthday wishes go out to Linda Doherty and Doro- thy Smith on Feb. 22; Linda Reeves on Feb. 23; Billie Franke on Feb. 24; Jacinto Castro on Feb. 26; Harold Christian, Kayrin Jones and Frankie Haberer on Feb. 27; 91-year-old Jud Brodie on Feb. 28. Best wishes go out to Alex and Irene Barrera of Kyle as they celebrate their 67th wedding anniversary on Feb. 24. Precinct 2 county offices in Kyle will be closed begin- ning at noon on Thursday, Feb. 21 and all day on Friday, Feb. 22 so that the offices can be moved to the new county building. The new building is on FM 2770, just south of Barton Middle School. The Buda Tax Office has not moved yet and WILL be open for vehicle registra- tion and other tax business. The Buda office is located at 500 FM 2770 (Jack C. Hays Trail). Start looking for the first bluebonnet and let us know where you see it. Don't miss the annual Buda Elementary School Carnival this Saturday from 1 la.m. until 4 p.m. There will be food, tons of games, live perfor- mances, karaoke and the ever popular silent auction. Bring the family for all the fun and support Buda Elementary School. AYERS Ann EskewAyers, 89, of Kyle, Texas passed away Sunday, February 17. She was born on June 1, 1923 in Austin, Texas, and was the eldest daughter of John Thomas and Ruby Bonner Eskew. Ann graduated from Austin High School in 1942 and married the love of her life, the late John Howard Ayers on September 26, 1942. Ann was proud to be an em- ployee of the State of Texas for 33 years. She worked her way through the ranks and retired as the Administrative Assis- tant to the Section Head of the Planning Survey Division of the Texas Department of Transportation. Upon retire- ment, she subbed for many years, and in various capaci- ties, for Hays Consolidated Independent School District. She was proud to be a life member of the Creedmoor Chapter No. 607, Order of the Eastern Star. Ann was equally proud of being part of one of the pioneering families of Travis County, with properties being in the family for over 100 years. Ann grew up in the Man- chaca Methodist Church and has been an active member of the Kyle United Methodist Church since 1977. She loved participating in every activity held in conjunction with the church, whether it was the "Over 50" Lunch Bunch, the Fall Festival, or simply Sunday morning services. Ann is survived by daughter Beth Lawhon and husband, Dewey, of Ponce, Puerto Rico (formerly of Kyle), Nancy Jahnsen, of Kyle, and son Tom E. Ayers and wife, Mary, of Kyle. She is also survived by grandsons Jon Claeton and Tom S. Ayers of Kyle, Chad Jahnsen of New Braunfels, granddaughters DeAnn Seider of Cedar Park, Dalice Lewis and husband Will, of Dale, and Sheri Harder, of Geronimo. Additionally, she is survived by five great-grandchildren, Ridge and Presley Brents, Elijah, Ezekiel, and Brodie Claeton, and a host of nieces, nephews, and friends. Visitation will be held on Friday, February 22, 2013, at Harrell Funeral Home in Kyle, Texas, from 6-8 p.m. Funeral services will be Saturday, February 23, 2013, 2 p.m. at Harrell Funeral Home. Im- mediately following, there will be a graveside service at Kyle Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Kyle United Methodist Church, P. O. Box 69, Kyle, Texas 78640 HALL The angels came for our precious "Gigi" age 72, on Wednesday, February 13th, 2013, in Driftwood, Texas. She was born Argie Lou Hall on March 6th, 1940 to L.E and Louella Hall, who both preceded her in death. She attended Buda High School, graduating in 1958. She spent a busy 32 years at the Texas Highway Department, retir- ing in 1994. She is survived by husband Sonny Hibbs, brothers Laurel and wife Lynn and Larry Hall of Driftwood, daughters Kim Straub and husband Joe of Austin, Karen Conrado and husband Alex- ander Cone of Austin, two stepsons Stan and Jim Hibbs of Elgin, grandchildren Aaron and Ethan Conrado, Jake, Jessica, and Justin Straub, two nieces and their families, three step-grandsons, one step- grand-daughter, and three step-great-grandchildren. Gigi enjoyed sewing and vacuuming, "piddling" in the garden, caring for her "crit- ters" (as she called them), the little town of Driftwood, her cabin in Pagosa Springs, and above all else, cherished time spent with her family. She was extremely proud of her southern heritage and loved to camp with family and friends annually at the Camp Ben Mc- Culloch Confederate Reunion, which she attended all 72 years of her life. Gigi admired and thought the world of her husband, and was crazy about (and so proud of) her grand- kids and loved keeping up with all that they were doing. She will be remembered for her great sense of humor and heart of gold. She was a little ball of fire and will be greatly missed. Funeral services were held Sunday, February 17, 2013 at the Driftwood Church in "downtown Driftwood," just down the road from her home. In lieu of flowers, she would have loved for you to direct all contributions to either the Driftwood (United Methodist) Church, Driftwood Com- munity Center, or Driftwood Cemetery at P.O. Box 159, Driftwood, Texas 78619. CAMPBELL Scott Edward Campbell, 58, of Buda, went to be with the Lord on Monday, February 11. Scott attended school in Rock- springs, Paint Rock, and Sonora and gradu- ated from Angelo State Uni- versity in 1977 with a bach- elor's degree in journalism. He worked as a photographer and Ag Editor at the San Angelo Standard Times and later was the owner and publisher of Ranch and Rural Living Magazine in San Angelo. Scott served as the State Repre- sentative for District 72 from 2003-2007. Most recently he worked as the State Coordina- tor for Farm and Ranch Lands Conservation at the General Land Office of Texas. Scott had many passions, including photography, writ- ing, golf, and researching Native American history. He recently completed a book about his family's ranch in Paint Rock. Of his many ac- complishments, he was a nationally recognized pho- tographer of Texas agriculture and a graduating member of Class 2 of the Texas Agri- cultural Lifetime Leadership (TALL) program. He was a devoted family man and was preceded in death by his grandparents, Mary and Ned Campbell and Ellen and Ben Sims. He is survived by his parents, Fred and Kay Campbell of Paint Rock, wife Christine, daughter Jill Reed and husband Luke of San Antonio, son Steven and wife Haley of Tyler, the chil- dren's mother DeAnna Hester, brother Bill and wife Judy of Eden, two nephews, Auggie and John, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and his special 4-legged angel Gabby Scott especially cherished his role as "Pop" to 2-year-old granddaughter Sophie Cora Reed, and was eagerly await- ing the arrival of new grand- son, Rollins Scott Campbell, due in March. The family received friends Friday, February 15, 2013 at Harrell Funeral Home, Austin. Funeral service was held Saturday, February 16, 2013 at Christian Life Church. Burial to followed at the Texas State Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the fam- ily requests that memorial donations be made to Breck- enridge Village of Tyler, 15062 CR 1145 Tyler, TX 75704, or the Cancer Foundation for Life, P.O. Box 8257, Tyler, TX 75711 or the cancer charity of your choice. SCHLADWEILER Eugene Irvin Schladweiler, 68, of Buda was born on Janu- ary 30, 1945 in Plum City, WI. and passed away on Monday, February 11, 2013. He is survived by his wife, Jennie "Janet" Schlad- weiler; children, Leticia and Craig; mother, Margaret Schladweiler; sisters, Rose- mary Huppert and Joann Allivato; brother, Kenneth Schladweiler; grandchildren, Abbi and Robby; and other family members and friends. He was preceded in death by his father, John and brother, Joe Schladweiler. A private, memorial service will be held at a later date by the family. Texas Crossword and Sudoku sponsored by It Thyme FREE LECTURE WITH "ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT GROWING TOMATOES" LEARN ABO~T SOIL PREP, COMPOST, ORGANIC FERTILIZERS, AND BENEFICIAL ........ .... BACTERIA. I:'~!% ~'i~VlN WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE TO I O~$~ONSATTHE;~RYONSAT"fiEB~3 ~J ........ AND ~'~EB,~ ~.THE L~TURE.) 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