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+ Page 2C COMMUNITY Hays Free Press April 5, 2017 BURCH Kacey Michalle Bauer Burch, age 29, was born on July 27, 1987 and died Satur- day, March 25, 2017. Kacey was a loving, devoted firefighter wife, mother, daughter, sister and granddaughter. Kacey loved her family more than anything. A view- ing was held on Saturday, April 1, 2017. Services were held Sunday, April 2, 2017 at Eikon Church. Burial was at the Haynie Cemetery located in Del Valle, TX. Kacey was preceded in death by her grandpar- ents Arnold & Virginia Bauer and grandfather Delbert A. Griffith aka "Papaw". Survivors include husband Billy Burch, daughter Kylie Mae Burch and stepson Lane Burch of Kyle, TX, parents Jimmy & Dellean Hartmann of Taylor, TX, father Thomas Bauer and wife Marie of Corpus Christi, TX, sister Mallory Englemohr and husband Brady of Pala- cios, TX, brother Austin Bauer of San Antonio, TX, sister Leeah Marie Bauer of Corpus Christi, TX, stepmother Lisa Bauer of San Antonio, TX, Father- and mother-in-law Bill and Debbie Butch of Kyle, TX, brothers-in-law Bryan Burch and wife Emily of Fort Worth, TX, and Bran- don Butch and Brittany Pavel of Davenport, IA. Kacey was the grand- daughter of the late Arnold &Virginia Bauer of Pleasanton, TX, Mikelean Griffith and the late Del- bert A. Grfffith of Hutto, TX and James and Joan Hartmann of Floresville, TX. Kacey had numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins and tons of friends. Please send your loving memories, a fond pho- tograph, or condolence to Kacey's family at www. Harrellfuneralhomes. com. CALDWELL Mary Ellen "Randy" Caldwell passed awayApril 3, 2017 at 90 years of age. She was preceded by her be- loved hus- band offif- W-eight years RA. "Dec" Caldwell. Randy spent her entire married life living in Crittenden County, Arkansas and moved to Buda, Texas to live with family in 2014. She maintained a keen inter- est in the people of Crit- tenden County, especially her church family at First Presbyterian Church, 8th Street Mission for Jesus Christ, Friends of the Mission, andYoung Life which she helped estab- lish. In Texas, she at- tended Hays Hills Baptist Church of Buda making many new friends. She is survived by her three children, Bob, wife Peta, Randall, Vivian, husband Chip, as well as 4 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. A memorial service will be held in the Now and Forever Garden at Hills Hills Baptist Church, Buda, TX at 11 a.m. Thursday April 6, 2017. In lieu of flowers memorials should be do- nated to 8th Street Mis- sion for Jesus Christ in West Memphis, Arkansas or Young Life Marion- West Memphis. A life well lived. FIFE Jerry B. Fife of Kyle, He was born November 29, 1950 in Canyon, TX, to James Brooks and Doro- thy (Neely) Fife. His father preceded him in death. He is survived by his mother; his wife of 18 years, Violeta (Solar) Fife; son, Justin B. Fife of Kyle; daughter, Phoebe Wargny and husband, Steve of California and their three children, Sebastian, Rex and Juniper; two sisters, Donna Langley and husband, Dave of Ama- rillo, and Sue McGee and husband, Lynn of Hot Springs, Arkansas. Jerry was a skilled auto technician and worked for the Austin Police Depart- ment. He enjoyed fishing and watching football, es- pecially the Cowboys and the Longhorns. He was devoted to his family and will be so dearly missed by all. A Celebration of Jerry"s Life will be held at 4 p.m., Sunday, April 9, 2017, at the Immanuel Baptist Church in Kyle, TX, with Pastor Rodney Coleman officiating. Memorial contribu- tions may be made to the Immanuel Baptist Church, 4000 E. FM 150, Kyle, TX 78640. FRIES Carroll Douglas Fries went home to be with the Lord March 30, 2017 at the age of 77. He was born August 9, 1939 in Blanco, Texas to the late Andrew Adolf Fries and Bertha Georgia (Dyer) Fries. Survivors include his wife of 57 years, Penny (Forbes) Fries, daugh- ters Cathy Hawes and husband Gerald; Kim Syring and husband Jeff; 4 grandchildren, Jacob Syring, Kaleb Syring, Micayla Hawes, and Justin Hawes; his sister Faye Dechert; numerous nieces, and a host of other family and friends. A casual celebration of his life will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday, April 10 at Dripping Springs Ranch Park located on RR 12 north of Dripping Springs across from Drip- ping Springs Elementary School. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the Dementia Society of America. HUTCHINSON John Wayne Hutchin- son was born on Sep- tember 18, 1943, to John William and Bernice Morea Parnell in Warren, Arkansas. He spent the first 14 years living with his mother and grand- mother inWarren. In 1957 the family moved to Fort Worth, Texas. He attended Ft. Worth Technical High School and joined the Ju- nior ROTC program which inspired his brother to join the Army. In 1960, mother and dad moved to Everman, a suburb of Ft. Worth. He met his longtime friend, Tony Clark. Many a good time was had racing on the streets of FortWorth. John Attended Everman High School and gradu- ated in 1962. He went to work with his dad build- ing trailers. His first car was a 1961 Dodge. He grew interested in cars and it became a life- long obsession. Mom and Dad were very patriotic and raised their sons to be the same. John tried to join the Navy in 1966 but was rejected due to flat feet. In 1971, John met Paula Haney and on February 1, 1974 they were married. In October 1978 Tabitha TX, loving Hope Hutchinson, his husband, daughter, was born. In father, 1982 John went to work grandfather at General Dynamics. He and broth- was very happy working er, passed on F16 fighter aircraft. He away on worked the night shift and April 3, operated an automated 2017, at the lathe. age of 66. He also enjoyed work- ing on his 1968 Plymouth GTX. He completely rebuilt the engine and put a two four runnel ram on the engine. In 1988, Pania and he divorced. In 1991 John was laid off at Lockheed. He moved in 1992 to Dripping Springs to live with his brother. In 2003 while driving home from playing pool, a drunk driver turned in front of John. He suffered a spinal injury and was paralyzed from his stomach down. A church service was held on April 4, 2017 at Sunset Canyon Baptist Church. He was laid to rest at Laurel Land Cem- etery in Fort Worth, Texas on April 5, 2017. SCHMELTEKOPF Addle Maurine Schmelt- ekopfwas born to Neal and Cloyse Kelly on November 15, 1932 in Hamilton, Texas. She passed away on March 29, 2017. She was preceded in death by husband, James Sr.; her parents; one brother, Bruce Kelly and wife Margie; one sis- ter, Mary Lois Nickell; brothers-in-law, Jesse Harden and Jack Turner; and sister-in-law, Gayle Kelly. She is survived by her five children: Peggy Grantham and husband, John, ofTallahassee, FL; Martha Jennings and husband, Billy, of Newark, TX; Weldon Wright and wife, Billie, of Snyder, TX; James Jr. and wife, Nadine, of New Braunfels; Donna Clark and hus- band, Gary, of Dripping Springs, TX; grandchil- dren Shane Duncan, Jennie Armstrong, Dennis Tichavsky, SonnyWright, GreggWright, Margaret Schmeltekopf, Michael James Clark; and 10 great grandchildren; and 5 great-great grandchildren. Additionally, sisters Nena Harden, Myrtle Turner, Carrel Kelly and brothers Cecil Kelly and wife Ruth, R.B. Kelly, and Harrol Kelly and wife Ann; and brother-in-law, Wayne Nickel]. Addle and James, Sr. married in 1960 and moved their family to New Braunfels in 1966. Addle studied bookkeep- ing and accounting at Nixon Business College in Austin. After a few bookkeeping jobs around the San Antonio area, she joined Ditch Witch of Central Texas in 1975 and worked there for over 25 years. Her time at Ditch Witch and the relation- ships there were very special to Addle. Addle was the epitome of the "Greatest Genera- tion". The example she set for her family was far stronger than she ever realized. She served God throughout her life by teaching bible study classes and, most enjoy- ably, singing in every choir she could join in her years of member- ship at Oakwood Baptist and FBC New Braunfels. She was an excellent cook and baker, showing her love for her family through special recipes that involved "a pinch of this, and a handful of that and cook it until it's done". She loved to sew and quilt and ministered to younger women through her church-quilting club. She taught us to serve God, love and serve oth- ers, work hard and "don't complain." It has been a joy in recent days to hear from those outside our fam- ily whom our mother touched: It is a true tes- timony of the subtle but powerful impact of her life.In lieu of flowers, do- nations may be made to Oakwood Baptist Church Building Fund. Funeral Services were held 10 a.m. Monday, April3, 2017 inNew Braunfels, TX. 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