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Page 2C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press April 3, 2013 + To schedule an appointment, call 512-694-1741 + CARRICO Irene A. Carrico, bum June 24, 1928, in Tulia, Texas, to Lydia and James Watt Kiker, passed from Earth on March 28, 2013, surround- ed by fam- ily. Irene, a resident of Kyle, Texas, gradu- ated from 1hlia High School, attended McMurray College, and became a registered X-Ray technician. She loved music, reading, needlework, bird watching and gardening. A memorial service will be held at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 2128 Barton Hills Drive, Austin, on Saturday, April 6 at 2p.m. Irene was predeceased by her parents; sister, Kathryn McKin- ney McClanahan, and brother, Frank Kiker, both of Tulia; twin sister, Allene Carter Kilcrease, of Lubbock; and grandson, Evan Michael Smith, of Buda. She is survived by her beloved husband of 43 years, Herschel Carrico, of Kyle; sister, lean McKinney O'Malley, of McKin- ney; brothers James W. Kiker II and Charles Kiker, both of Ttflia; children Glenn Gardner of Pla- ne, Janet Huston of Driftwood, Dennis Luther of Albuquerque, Martha Smith of Buda, and Kaye Larberg of Cypress. Other survivors include grandchildren Jason Craig of Austin, Erin HustonYtuarte of Houston, Katie Nelson of Katy, Eric Smith of Buda, Cody Luther of Albuquerque, and Chris, Jennifer and Jordan Nuspel of Piano; great grandchildren Evan Annette Nelson of Kay, and Shannon and Gavin Nuspel of Piano, as well as much-loved nieces, nephews, and their children. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Grace Hospice, 7800 Shoal Creek Blvd, Suite 116W, Austin, TX 78757. DINDERMAN Steven Graham Dinderman, 72, of Buda, beloved husband, father, grandfa- ther, and brother passed away on March 14, 2013.He was born on Sep- tember 28, 1940, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa to John and Elaine Dinder- man. In 1958, he graduated from Jefferson High School. It was there that he met the love of his life, Marsha Erickson, whom he married on Octo- ber 6, 1962. He enlisted in the Army National Guard in 1963, and was honerably discharged, with the rank of Sergeant, in 1969.Ten years later, the family relo- cated to Austin. Steve was a dedicated U.S. Postal Service Letter Carrier for 37 years. In 1984 and again in 1994, he received Special Achievement Awards for his excellent performance. He retired from there in 2003. Following his retirement, he enjoyed working part time at ERA Millenium Reality, and presently was working for Ge- han Homes. Throughout his life, Steve loved music, playing his guitar, golfing, playing pool and poker. He also had a passion for Classic muscle cars, especially his '72 Olds Cutlass. All his life, he loved riding motorcycles and owned several. Spending time with family was the thing he loved most. Other than that, he was happiest riding through the Hill Country on his Harley. Steve is survived by and will live forever in the hearts of his wife Marsha of 50 years, son Dane and his wife Debbie, of Houston; daughter Dyan Weber of Buda; son Derek and his wife Kelley, of Austin; grandchildren Erica, Dalton, Danae, Sean, Danielle, and Ramona, and younger broth- ers Mike of Iowa and Gregg of Massachusetts. A memorial service will be held on Sat. April 6 at 3 p.m. at Harrell Funeral Home in Kyle. In lieu of flowers, Contri- butions to the Connection Church, PO Box 2225, Kyle TX 78640 would be greatly ap- preciated. HARMS Our beloved Mary Anne Harms, age 65 of San Leana, was called by Our Heavenly father on Wednes- day, March 27, 2013. Survived by her beloved husband; Michael S. Harms, daughter; Melissa Cadena and husband David, son; Russell Harms and wife Ask Chris Continued from pg. 1C and purslane. 5. Plant perennials- Choose some of your favorites from the extensive lists available, or visit your neighborhood nursery and browse. Look for the many varieties of drought toler- ant and showy lantanas and salvias. Also blackfoot daisies, skullcaps, purple coneflowers, black-eyed Susan, plumbagos, columbines, rockrose, mella, and verbena. 6. Ornamental grasses- Native varieties are best due to their heat and drought tolerance. My favorites are big muhley, coastal muhley and the malden grasses. For a short grass in a very dry place, you might like Mexican feather grass. It is blond-colored, reaches 1.5 foot in height, and makes a beautiful accent plant that moves so gracefully with the slightest breeze. 7. Fertilize lawn- Use a slow release organic fertilizer. A 3-1-2 ratio is best. Allow 10 pounds of fertilizer for every 1,000 square feet of lawn. Mowing height should be 2.5 inches for St. Augustine grass and 2 inches for Bermuda and zoysia. I like to return the grass clippings to the turf. These clippings act as a mulch and help to reduce weeds. Water infrequently and deeply to encourage a deep root system. This practice will train your lawn grass to be more drought tolerant and help to conserve water. 8. Fertilize shrubs, trees- Mulch with a compost-mulch blend to provide nutrients and conserve water. Deep, infrequent watering of shrubs and trees will encourage deep, drought tolerant root systems. Remember to seal pruning cuts on oak trees. It might save them from oak wilt. Happy springtime gardening everyone! If you have a question for Chris, send it via email to iathyme@yahoo.com or mail a postcard to It's About Thyme11726 Manchaca Road, Austin, TX 78748 www.itsab- outthyme.com ]essica, six grandchildren, one great-grandchild, two sisters and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral Service was held TuesdayAprll 2, 2013 at First United Methodist Manchaca (where Mom's lazzercise was). Burial service followed at Onion Creek Memorial Park, which is 3/4 of a mile, 5 blocks from our family home, where she would want to be. We have picked a beautiful location under a maple tree where we will place a granite bench to visit. In lieu of flowers, we are accepting donations in my Mother's memory at The Austin Humane Society, which she was so fond of. LUKE Daniel Richard Luke, 56, passed away on Tuesday, March 26, 2013, at St. David's Hospital of South Austin after a long brave battle with cancer. He was born in Rochester, N.Y. on November 18, 1956 to Mr. & Mrs. Richard Luke. On September 22, 1990, he married Carla Sue Willis. Daniel was an avid golfer. He collected nickels and went to multiple coin shows. He was a member of the Numismat- ics Society (EU.N.) He loved to cook and was into Astrol- ogy. He enjoyed technology and built computers. He was employed at AMD as a Senior Mask Layout Designer for 25 years. He was given the Spotlight Award from AMD for going above & beyond the Normal duties of a Mask Layout Designer. He enjoyed cooking and placed several times in the Chili Cook Off with AMD. He is survived by his wife Carla, two daughters; Lorren and Shelby Luke, sisters; Tri- cia Bishop, Doreen Edwards, LaurieVasquez, Kathryn Miller, Brother Mike Luke and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents. Funeral services were held Saturday, March 30, 2013 at Harrell Funeral Home in Kyle followed by graveside services at Kyle Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family request that contributions to made to the American Cancer Society for multiple myeloma. RAMIREZ Carolina Zapata Ramirez of Kyle passed away peacefully at home on March 27, 2013 at the age of 67. She was bum on July 26, 1945, in Kyle, to Juan and Femanda Zapata. Car- olina marriedVicente Ramirez in 1965 and were blessed with their daughter Sandra who re- sided and cared for her parents until their homecoming. Carolina had a thirty-nine year career in the Culinary arena. She was part of the Cafeteria Staff at Hays ISD for 15 years and then joined Mar- bridge Foundation-Villa. She retired in 2007 after 24 years as the Dietary Head Cook. Baking was her true passion, and the gift of a homemade cake from Carolina was very much appre- ciated by anyone lucky enough to receive it. Carolina will be always be re- membered and missed by her family, friends and co-workers. She was preceded in death by her husbandVicente, her parents Juan and Fernanda and her brother Juan Ramon Zapata. The Rosary was recited Tuesday, April 2, 2013 at Harreli Funeral Home In Kyle. The Mass was celebrated at 10:00 &M. onWednesday, April 3, 2013 at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Kyle. The family would like to thank everyone for their bless- ings and support during this period, including a very warm thank you to Heart to Heart Hospice. , : ADWARE SPYWARE MALWARE VIRUSES On-Site Removal (requires broadband internet access) Norton Internet Security and Anti-Virus 2010 Mfr. 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