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Page 2C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press May 29, 2013 + + GREENWOOD Travis Charles Greenwood, 22, beloved son, grandson, and brother, passed away on May 26, 2013. Trav- is was born August 18, 1990, in Austin, to Charles Green- wood and Jane Greenwood. Growing up, Travis enjoyed playing Manchaca Little League Baseball, playing foot- ball at Ojeda Middle School, and playing freshman, IE, and varsity football at Del Valle High School. He was a proud member of Del Valle F.E& and Creedmoor 4-H. He was a 2009 graduate of DelValle High School, and he was employed by LCRA. Travis loved bull rid- ing, fishing, hunting, barbecue cook-offs with his dad, and his Harley. More than anything, Travis loved life, and he did not waste a minute of it. Whether bringing to light his next big idea or helping someone else find the light within them- selves, he fit a lifetime of love and laughter into his brief 22 years, and he shared it with a lifetime of family and friends who dearly loved him. He is survived by his father, Charles Greenwood, of Buda; his mother, Jane Greenwood, of Austin; his brother, Edward Urias, of Austin; uncles Mark Greenwood (Anne) of Conroe and Richard Lawler of Leckhart; his "Nana" Carolyn Greenwood, of Buda; and many other relatives in Texas, Missouri, and Tennessee. He is predeceased by his matemal grandparentsWilbur and Billie Lawler, his paternal "Papa," Chuck Greenwood; and his aunt Carol Alba. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, May 29, 2013, at Harrell Funeral Home in Austin. Memorial services Hill be held at Harrell Funeral Home on Thursday, May 30, 2013, at 1 p.m., Reverend Don Long, officiating. Inter- ment Hill immediately follow at Haynie Chapel Cemetery, Garfield, Texas. LEHMAN Laurence Lincoln Lehman, Jr., age 82 of Buda, passed away Thursday, May23, 2013. Larry served in the Air Force and played in the Air Force Band. He attended the Diesel Mechanic Training at Oklahoma A & M University and began working for the Western Company, an oil well service company, When he and LaVern relocated to Austin, he started his own business, Larry's VACU-Clean, Inc. for the last 25 years. He and LaVem were members of Manchaca Baptist Church for many years and currently are members of WestoakWoods Baptist Church where he also enjoyed singing in the choir. He was a volunteer with Heart to Heart Hospice for the past 1 1/z years and served at the Baptist soup kitchen for many years. Larry was an avid fan of OU and Texas A&M. Larry is survived by his wife of 38 years, LaVem Lehman, of Buda. He is survived by his daughter, Linda Barbour of Houston; son, Laurence L. Leh- man, III & wife Lisa of Houston; son, John Laurence Lehman & wife, Erica of Leander; step-son Philip Porter and wife Vicky of McKinney, Texas; six grandchil- dren; and a large number of extended family. Funeral services were held Wednesday, May 29, 2013 at WestoakWoods Baptist Church in Austin, TX. Burial followed at 2 p.m., Wednesday, May 29, 2013 at Fort Sam Houston Na- tional Cemetery; San Antonio. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to WestoakWoods Baptist Church or a charity of your choice. LOCKHART Bruce John Lockhart died May 23, 2013, after fighting cancer for 18 months. He is survived by his wife, Deborah, and two sons, Frank and Mark, as well as his sisters, Ann Lock- hart and Dorothy Lawrence. He has two grandchildren and many family members. The family is having a me- morial service at 2:30 p.m. June 1 at Grace Lutheran Church in Lockhart followed by food and fellowship at 68 Grist Mill Road, Kyle. Please bring chairs. Casual dress is requested. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the American Can- cer Society or Heart to Heart Hospice. MALLORY Charles Drake Mallory, age 12, became an angel in heaven on Thursday, May 23, 2013. He was bom in Austin on November 10, 2000 and resided in Buda for most of his life. Drake was the bright- est, most creative, dedicated and motivated kid we've ever known. Teachers always told me he was the unique student who "thought outside the box". He attended Carpenter Hill Elementary and Dahlstrom Middle School in Buda. He was on the Elite Cheerleader Team as a Level 5 - Hellcat, 2nd Class Boy Scout in Troop 967, recently selected to be in the Wind En- semble Band as a saxophone player at DMS, and past jump rope team member at CHES. His hobbies and interests were endless...Drake loved to knit, crochet, weave and work with his hands. He was an ori- gami wizard, cup stacker, duct tape crafter, magician, gar- dener, hunter, artist, aspiring inventor, roller coaster rider, snow skier (black diamonds), skateboarder and more ... Needless to say, Drake was very well rounded and always busy!. Drake loved spending time with his family, cousins, grandparents and friends. He was always our "go to" guy for any eleOxonic questions and set up. Drake would read "How to" books cover to cover just to teach himself a new skill. He and his sister, Bethany, watched countless episodes of Myth Busters and How It's Made because he was always intrigued and wanted to know how everything worked. If you asked Drake what he wanted to be when he grew up, he always answered confidently, "an Aero- space Engineer". He is survived by his loving parents, Dawn Mallory and Chris Harkrider (Hark); sisters Bethany ("B") Harkrider, Holly Harkrider and brother Ryan Harkrider; grandparents Dianne (/VleeMaw) and Milton (Paw- paw) Mallory and Grandmother Wanda Harkrider; Uncle Mouse (Scott) Mallory, his wife Tracy and cousins Grace, Paige and Wyley Mallory. Drake is sur- vived also by the entire loving, extended Harkrider family. The family will have a private visitation for all their family and friends at Harrell Funeral Home in Kyle, Friday May 31st from 4 to 7 p.m. Memorial ser- vices Hill be at Hays Hills Bap- tist Church, 1401 FM 1626 in Buda at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 1, 2013, followed by a recep- tion at Ruby Ranch Lodge and Celebration facility. For those unable to attend the service, you may sign the"Guestbook" at www.harrellflmeralhomes. com. Pall bearers Hill include best friends Dylan Adams, Grant Yeakey, Jacob Vargo, Cousin Paige Mallory, "Uncle Mouse", PawPaw, "Hark"- Dad (Chris Harkrider) and Brother Ryan Harkrider. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Drake Memorial Fund to benefit organizations, charities and programs that Hill allow Drake to continue to touch the lives of others and make a difference in this world. I Hill miss you dearly "Drakey Boy", Love Mom! TENORIO Willie Tenorio, Sr., 85, a life- long resident of Kyie, passed away May 24, 2013. Willie was married to his wife, Adelfa Tenorio, for 46 years. Hewas a loving husband, wonderful father and a caring grandfather. He Hill be dearly missed by his family and friends. At the age of 13, Willie began working in local grocery stores. In 1951, at the age of 23, he opened Tenorio's Station Grocery and Ice with his father, Roberto. Later, his business property, Tenorio's Village, included his grocery store, a barber shop and dance hall. Shortly after retiring from his retail businesses in 1979, Willie went to work at the Marbridge Foundation as a driver and houseparent for 16 years. He was well liked and respected by the residents of Marbridge who called him Uncle Willie. On his days off, he would often bring a resident over to his house to share a meal and time with his own family. Upon retiring, he enjoyed sit- ting on the front porch visiting with family and friends. Willie loved to spend time with his grandsons Wtll, Josh, and Ben and grand-daughter Natalia. He is preceded in death by his father and mother. Roberto and Cayetana Tenorio. and his siblings Roberto Tenorio Jr, Jesusita Tenorio, Mike Teno- rio, Sam Tenorio, Sr. and Susie Fuentes. He is survived by his wife, Adelfa and his brother, Blas Tenorio of Kyle, and many nieces, nephews and cousins. He was a devoted father to his sons and daughters-in- laws: Willie Tenorio, Jr. and Daphne of Kyle, Mario Tenorio and Heidi of Austin, and Robert Tenorio and Karolyn of Kyle. Public visitation was held on Tuesday, May 28 at Harreli Funeral Home (Kyle) followed with a rosary at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Kyle in the evening. Funeral Mass was cel- ebrated Wednesday, May 29, at St. Anthony's Catholic Church with internment following at St.Vicente Cemetery (Kyle) on Old Stagecoach Road. VILLALOBOS Our beloved Alice S. Villa- lobos, age 78, resident of Kyle, was called by our Heavenly Father on Sunday, May 19, 2013. She was preceded in death by par- ents Jesus and Ramona Soto; husband Rudy T. Villalobos; son Robert Villalobos; sister Ernestina Rangel; grandsons Christo- pher Contreras, Christian Guerrero and granddaughter Angel Marie Martinez. She is survived by children Lydia Cervantes (Mike), Irene Fabian (Henry), Marilyn Villalobos, Daniel Villalobos (Gloria), Richard Villalobos (Stella); daughter-in-law AnitaVillalobos, 19 grand- children; 34 great-grandchil- dren; numerous nieces and nephews; brother Jesse Soto (Frances). Mass of Christian Burial was held Saturday, May 25 at Santa Cruz Catholic Church in Buda followed by Interment at Onion Creek Memorial Park Cemetery in Manchaca. "7 Small Business Accounting Et Consulting MAXIMIZE PROFITS .......... Quickbooks Accounting, Bookkeeping, Budgeting, Jan Husonin 512-745-6332 austtnaccountinghelp.com ElectriciW purchased during peak-use times - between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. from June through September -- costs PEC twice as much as off-peak power. 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