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Page 2C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press February 27, 2013 + + DYE Christine Edmonds Dye, 88, of Buda, went to be with the Lord Friday, February 22, 2013 inAustin. Funeral ser- vices were held at St. John's Pres- byterian Church in Manchaca on Monday, February 25, with Pastor Scott Sandahl officiating. Burial followed at Driftwood United Methodist Church. Christine was born on June 5, 1924 in Hillsville, Virginia to William and Bessie Edmonds and raised on a farm with her six brothers and sisters. After graduating from high school at 16 she attended several years of business college. Christine's love of life and adventure relocated her from her home inVirginia to California. While there she worked, and volunteered for the U.S.O. She will be missed greatly on this earth, and is most at home with her Father. Those who have known her are enriched by her being a part of their lives. After Christine raised her own children she was blessed and delighted to play a powerful role in the loving and nurturing of her grandchil- dren. Mothering is something that she loved most and it continued up until the day her physical body would cooperate no more, but her mental ability never strayed beyond keeping them ever close to her heart. Christine is survived by her five children; LyndaWade and her husband Robert and Isabella of Driftwood, Carol Paulk of Pasa- dena, Jack Dye and his wife Cathy of Pasadena, Bill Dye and his wife Karen of Spicewood, and Sally Hughes and her husband John of Buda. She is also survived by her grandchildren; Jeff Paulk, Matt Paulk, Nicole Ohlendorf and her husband Ryan, Amber McIntyre and her husband Josh, Court- ney Bukowski and her husband Beau, Samantha Ireland and her husband Dan, and Danielle Dye. Nanny was blessed to have four great-grandchildren whom she loved dearly; Miller Ohlendoff, Bleu Bukowski, Cody McIntyre, and Lake Ohlendorf. Christine was everyone's "Nanny." HALL The angels came for our precious "Gigi" age 72, on Wednesday, February 13, 2013 in Driftwood, Texas. She was born Argie Lou Hall on March 6th, 1940 to L.E and Loueila 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, retiring in 1994. She is survived by husband Sonny Hibbs, broth- ers Laurel and wife Lynn and Larry Hall of Driftwood, daugh- ters Kim Straub and husband Joe of Austin, Karen Cortrado and husband Alexander 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. 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 Method- ist) Church, Driftwood Commu- nity Center, or Driftwood Cem- etery at EO. Box 159, Driftwood, Texas 78619. KaJIT David L. Hart, of Kyle, Texas, was born on February 2, 1955 to Floyd and Malinda Hart. After a long, hard, battle, sur- rounded by his loving family at his daughter's home, he was called homeby our heav- enly Father on February 25, 2013. David loved to BBQ and cook for others and es- pecially liked a well done steak. He enjoyed camping, fishing, working on cars, and spending time with his family and friends. David was always willing to help anyone with his time, talents, and generosity. He is survived by his loving wife of 38 years, Melody Meek; his three children, TammyTorres and her husband Paul, David Hart Jr., Joshua Hart and wife Teresa Gonzales; 15 grandchildren, Paul Tortes Jr. and Kayla Medellin, Jose Torres, AamnTorres, CassidyTor- res, Gabriel Tortes, Andrew Rodri- guez, Joshua Hart Jr., Andrew Hart, Jakob Hart, Alexis Hart, Devin Hart, Brian Hart, David Hart Jr.; two great grandchildren, Gabriella Tortes and Paul Tortes III; brother, Steven Hart and sister, Carolyn Reid; 5 nieces and 8 nephews and many others who he considered family and loved as his own. David was a hard working, proud man, with a big heart who loved his family immensely as family is what was most important to him. He is greatly missed and forever loved by us all. Special thanks to Hospice Austin and an extra special thanks to his Nurse Jackie and Doctor Brian who provided him and our family with a tremendous amount of care and support. Visitation at 9 a.m. and Services at 10 a.m. by Harrell Funeral Home in Kyle, Texas on February 28, 2012. Burial will follow at the Kyle Cemetery. 2 Timothy 4:7. I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. HURST Adell Fox Hurst was bom August 12, 1933 in Buffalo Springs Texas, the Daughter of Earl and Opal Fox She attended elemen- tary school in Buffalo Springs and Midway, Texas. After moving to the Texas Panhandle in 1941, Adell gradu- ated from Lelia Lake High School at the age of 15. Her dream of entering the nursing school at Midwest- em University in Wichita Falls was stopped short by her father, who considered her too young to leave home. When her father said she would enroll in Clarendon College, her tears did not change his mind. She later pursued her dream by enrolling in Midwestem University and entered the nurs- ing program at General Hospital. A handsome airman interrupted that dream. Only months after meeting, Adell and Coyett married on January 6, 1951. Together, they crisscrossed the country (and the globe) for 20 years, living on Air Force bases from Texas to Goosebay, Labrador, to South Carolina, to Mississippi, to Massa- chusetts, before finally returning to their beloved Texas in 1970. In San Marcos, Coyett and Adell raised six children. She began a career with Family Planning. After retiring in 1995; Coyett and Adell relocated to scenic Lake LBJ. To be closer to their children, the couple moved to Kyle in 2003. Adell became involved in numer- ous volunteer activities, including Meals onWheels, CTMC Hos- pice Care and Seton Hospital. In addition, Adell worked to help establish the Kyle Area Senior Zone. She also volunteered for the Friends of the Kyle Library. Coyett and Adell enjoyed nearly 58 years of a very blessed marriage until his death in 2008. Adell died on February 20, 2013 at the age of 79. She is preceded in death by her beloved husband, Coyett, her parents, Earl and Opal Fox, her brother Lee Fox and sister Janell Taylor. Adell is survived by her sons, Steve and his wife Lisa; Greg and his wife Deb; Jeff, and Mark, and by daughters, Vicki and Abbr. Adell and Coyett were blessed with grandchildren and (great- grandchildren): Amy and her husband Scott (Hunter and Jake); Brandi and husband John (Mena and Heidi); Kasey and her husband Larsen (Garett, Hay- lee, Carsten, Lacey); CJ and his wife Meme (Samma); Marissa; Michael; Ashley and her husband Steven; and Scotty:. Adell's family thanks the staff of CTMC Hospice Care; her passing was peaceful, comfortable, re- spectful, dignified and pain-flee. Dr. Moore, Ann, Sylvia, Linda, Ed, Cindy, Annette, Sarah, Margarita, Abel, Michael, Enoch, Velinda, Lisa and all the people behind the scenes, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. To all the hundreds of community mem- bers from KASZ, United Method- ist Church, First Lutheran Church and other friends; the outpour- ing of food, cards and prayers is greatly appreciated. Adell was blessed to have such supportive friends. Peggy Cox, beloved friend of our family, thank you for your constant support. A celebration of Adell's life is scheduled for Sunday, March 3 at 1:30 p.m. at Plum Creek Golf Club, 750 Kohlers Crossing, Kyle. Contributions may be made to CTMC Hospice Care, 1315 IH 35 North, San Marcos 78666, Kyle Area Senior Zone, PO. Box 204, Kyle 78640 or Kyle United Meth- odist Church, PO. Box 69, Kyle 78640 or flowers may be accepted at 480W. South St., Kyle. Plum Creek is unable accept deliveries. BELL Funeral services for Robbie Nell Forrest Bell, 79, of Spring, Texas were held Saturday, Febru- ary 23, 2013 at the Nail-Haggard Funeral Home Chapel with burial in the Spring Hill Cemetery.. Mrs. Bell was born December 19, 1933 in Providence and died Wednesday, February 20, 2013 in Houston. Robbie Nell was a former member of First Baptist Church in Daingerfield. She attended Dalngerfield Schools and gradu- ated from Hughes Springs High School in 1951.Robbie also graduated from Parkland Hospital School of Nursing in 1954. She and Dr. Bell were former residents of the Buda/Kyle area. Survivors include her husband of 59 years, Dr. Charles D. Bell of Spring; son and daughter-in-law, Greg and Denise Bell of Spring; daughters and son-in-law, Beverly Bell ofAubrey, Tx., Barbara and George Oliver ofWtrtz, Va., Carolyn Bell ofRosan~r, T~; sister and brother-in-law, Pat and Johnny Richardson ofEverett, Wa.; brother and sister-in-law, Gilbert and Johnette Betts ofTrinadad, T~; 11 grandchildren, Christopher Bell, MalloryYartym, Cameron Bell, Emily Meischen, Michael Meis- chen, Jonathan Meischen, Mar- shall Foster, Justin Foster, Kathryn Taylor, Kelly Oliver and Tyler Oliver; seven great-grandchildren. Online condolences may be made at ROYSTON Billy Joe Royston, 68 of Buda, died Monday, February 18, 2013. He was preceded in death by his parents, two broth- ers and one sister. He is survived byhis former wife Alberta, of San Marcos, a stepson Charles (Paz) Green, a stepdaughter Berta (Levy), six sisters, Laura (John) Morris, Eddie Hill, Drosie Brown, Alicstine Swan, Janie Royston and Janettee Swan all of Buda, one step-grandchild, two step- great-grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews. Home going service was held Saturday, February23, 2013 at Center Union Missionary Baptist Church, Buda followed by inter- ment at Clearview Cemeter~ Hills Prairie, Texas. Thyme How to Install and Maintain a Sus inablle .... and Economic Garden .... Learn howto use soils with water-retaining gels, drip ..... ..... irrigation and how to cho0se the right plants with ..... :Acclaimed landscape architect C.L. Williams ..... 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