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Page 4C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press April 17, 2013 + To schedule an appointment, call 512-694-1746 + ARELLANO I Mafia Cristina Mfirqu~z Arellano of B~da was called to be with the Lord on TuesdaF April 9, 2013, at the age of 93. She was born in E1 Paso, Texas, on July 23, 1919. Maria Cristina, or Tola, as her family knew her, will always be remembered for her unyield- ing spirit and her steadfast faith in God. Her life was filled with love of family, and her home always welcomed any- one needing a shoulder to rest upon or a helping hand. Natu- ral;y, in her younger days; she devoted a great many years to the field of nursing. Tola is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Mary Lou and Steve Vasquez; granddaughter, Berenice, and her husband, Dr. Jason Craig; great-grandchildren, Alex Ehlers and Michaela Craig. She is also survived by one older brother, Lufs Mfirquez Arellano, and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father Nic61as Mfirquez Zezati and Fermina Arellano, as well as ten brothers and sisters. The Rosary was recited at Sunday, April 14 at Harrell Funeral Home in Kyle with Deacon Rey Garza reciting. A Mass was celebrated Monday, April 15 at Santa Cruz Catholic Church in Buda with Father Charlie Garza as the celebrant. Mom/Abuelita/Tia Tola will be greatly missed and forever loved. gOU Hazel Couey, formerly of Woodcreek, passed away peacefully onApril 13, 2013, at her home in Pear- land, Texas. Ha- zel lived a wonderful 94 years, saying her own per- sonal goodbyes to family and friends before her passing. In 1969, Hazel married Rich- ard Couey and they resided in Wmabefley for over 20 years. She had many friends there, was a member of Wtmbedey Baptist, and played golf at Woodcreek on a weekly basis. After Dick's passing in 1997, she moved back to Houston to be close to family. Hazel was a wonderful, popular, and inspiring woman with an irresistible kindness. She loved to play dominoes and card games, particularly when she won. Above all else, Hazel was a faithful servant to the Lord her entire life, lead- ing Bible studies and Sunday School classes wherever she resided. Her Christian faith inspired all who knew her, including those in Houston, WLmbefley, and more recently in Pearland, where she lived with her daughter, Kay, who provided loving care for her in her final six years. Going on before Hazel were her parents Branton A. Dur- dern and Bessie Durden, sister Doris Brennan, brother Bran- ton, Jr., and husband, Richard Couey. Cherishing her memory are her children: Dr. Marcus Haggard and wife, Rosarme, of League City, TX; Michael A. Haggard and wife, Joyce, of Colliery;lie, TN; Rusty Haggard and wife, Cherie, of Kyle; and Kay Haggard of Pearland, TX. She also leaves behind stepson, Dr. Richard Couey and wife, Elray, of Waco. Grandchildren include Brett Haggard, Scott Haggard, Amy Haggard, Alison Malone, Dr. Ann Haggard, Jake Aziz, Clay Aziz, and Adam Aziz. Great-grandchildren include Madison Haggard, Halle Malone, and Hunter Malone. Her extended family inWest Texas and in Georgia will also remember her as a beauti- fully and wonderfully unique person. GARNER Ewen M. Garner,88, bom January 20, 1925, passed away April 2, Seton Medical Center in Kyle. Ewen served in the Navy in the Pacific Theater dur- ingWWlI, from 1943 to 1945. Hewas trained at the naval base at Far- ragut, Idaho, and was then sent to operate a water purification facility for the Naval Air Station at French Frigate Shoals. There- after, he worked as a fireman in Walla Walla, Washington, until he joined the Air Force and served an additional 18 years, being stationed variously in lapan, Okinawa, Montana, and Ontario. During this time, he was a regular member of base pistol teams, being a Master Shooter with the military caliber 45 pistol. After retiring from the Air Force in 1970, he went on to another career as a long haul independent truck driver. He was a skilled water facility operator, electrician, fire fighter, pistol shot, missile man, and big rig driver. He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Norma; five children: Stephen, Ronald, David, Susan and Gary. He is also survived by nine grandchildren, two great grandchildren; sister, Lola, and brother, Richard. Ewen lived in Kyle since 2004, where he en- joyed dominoes and barbeque right up to the end. The family wishes to thank Hospice of San Marcos for the many hours spent making Ewen comfort- able. His ashes will be interred with the family plot in Echo, Oregon. WrJl Maria De Jesus Perez, 62, was called home to our Heavenly Father on April9, 2013 peace- fullyat her home in , Kyle. Maria wasbomin Kyle to Juan Zapata and Femanda Romem. She mar- ried Juan Antonio Perez on December 4, ~971. Maria heldh position of Supervisor for the Marbridge Foundation for 17 years in Manchaca. When not working she loved spending time with her family and friends as well as visiting many garage sales and thrift shops when she could. Mafia is survived by her three sons, Mark Anthony, Juan Antonio Jr., & Adrian; five granddaughters; two sisters, Michaela Flores and Martha Lyons and a brother, Carlos Zapata St; also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Maria was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; big sister, Carolina Ramirez; brother, Juan Ramon Zapata and sister in law, Rosa Zapata. The Rosary was recited Thursday, April 11 at Harrell Funeral Home, Kyle. The Mass was celebrated Friday, April 12 at St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Kyle with Father Juan Carlos Lopez as the celebrant. The family would like to thank Davita Dialysis for the care she received and to Heart to Heart Hospice of San Marcos for their professional- ism and care to our mother and sister while she made her journey home. TURNER Frances Jean Gibson Turner, 70, of Buda, died Saturday, Turner and husband Brian and many dear cousins, and friends that ~ miss her as well. She is predeceased in death by her parents, Orval and Mary Gibson of Pleasanton. Visitation with the fam- ily Hill be held Friday April, 19 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Hurley Funeral Home in Pleasanton. Funeral service Hill be held on SaturdayAprli 20 at 10 a.m. at the funeral home. There will be a graveside service at the Pleasanton Cemetery immedi- April 13, ately following. 2013, in Kyle, after LOZANO a brief Esperanza Cavazos "Hope" battle with Lozano, 91, of Kyle, died Fri- cancer, day, April 12, 2013. Rosarywill Jeannie, as be at 7 p.m.,Wednesday, April everyone 17, at Harrell Funeral Home in called her, Kyle. Services Hill be at 12:30 was born p.m. Thursday, April 18th at August 3, Santa Cruz Catholic Church 1942, in in Buda. Burial Hill follow at Pleasanton, Texas. She was a Fort Sam Houston National graduate of Pleasanton High Cemetery in San Antonio. School Class of 1960 and Draughons Business College. She and Charles Turner were married in January of 1966 and were long time resi- dents of the Austin/Buda area. Jeannie Hill be greatly missed by husband Charles Turner, stepdaughter Suzanne Schuchart and husband Pat, their children Christopher and Katie Schuchart, her sister Dotty Meredith and husband Jerry, and nephew Dustin Mer- edith. She also leaves behind brother-in-law Curtis Turner and wife Carolyn, niece Carri MALOTT Myrtle A. Malott, age 78, of Kyle, was born May 9, 1934, and passed awayWednesday, April 10, 2013. Graveside ser- vice was held Saturday, April 13, 2013, at the Barton Cem- etery in Buda. JACOBSON Edwin (lake) Jacobson, born Jan. 26, 1945 died on March 24, 2013. Burial of ashes will take place at Assumption Cemetery in Austin. ADWARE SPYWARE ,._ MALWARE VIRUSES On-Site Removal (requires broadband COMPUTERWERK5- internet access) Norton Internet Security and Anti-virus 2OlO Mfr. Rebates Available to Previous Owners 122 Main Street Downtown Buda at the traffic light 468-4451 Open every day 295-6008 Looking for a , newworship experience? Come to the New Life Fellowship (Disciples of Christ) gathering for mustc, devotion, Bible lesson, and Communion each Thursday at 6:30-7:30 p.m. We currently meet in the study room at Living Word Lutheran Church in Buda, 2.3 miles out on FM 967 from Main Street. Join us in this new church start-up. Be involved at the ground level. Contact Pastor JD Elshoff at (512) 638-6312 or Jelshoff@earthlink.net for more Information. 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