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Page 2C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press June 19, 2013 + www.Wasted Rent Money.com 1-866-232-9929 ID# 1001 + CARRILLO Gus A. Carrillo, 82, of Buda, joined Christ peacefully sur- rounded by his lov- ing fam- ily on the morning of Tues- day, June 11. Fol- lowing retirement from Civil Service at Kelly AFB TX, Gus and his wife of 58 years were dynamic in their service to the Santa Cruz Catholic Com- munity in Buda for over 11 years. Through dedication to his faith, he touched the lives of countless people. A true servant in Christ, he will be greatly missed. Gus is survived by his wife, Alice C. Carrillo; his daughter Alice C. Garcia and her hus- band Raul D. Garcia; his son Gus A. Carrillo and his wife Debora K. Carrillo; his siblings Alice Martinez and Alfred Car- rillo; and four grandchildren; Denise and Michelle Garcia, and Victoria and Catherine Carrillo. The Rosary was held at Santa Cruz Catholic Church in Buda, on Thursday, June 13 and the funeral Mass was Friday, June 14 also at Santa Cruz. CRUMLEY Nova Jane Crumley, 88, resident of Buda, passed away on June 12, 2013 at home. She was born near John- son City to Katherine Tennessee and Lee Roy Bond on May 3, 1925. Born as "Baby Bond," many called her Babe throughout her life. She helped pick out her own name when she was five. Nova Jane grew up in the hill country of Texas. Her fam- ily and friends admired her strong will and unmistakable grit. Her family enjoyed lis- tening to her tell stories of her childhood adventures. She loved to learn. When she was young, she convinced her dad to let her go to school a year early, and in her later years she had her own library. Nova Jane had a passion for plants. She turned their empty prairie homestead into a gardener's paradise. In 1965 she opened D.E. Crumley Grocery with her husband. They were well known for their yearly Christ- mas light display that was visible to everyone who drove down 1-35 south of Austin. She is survived by her husband, D. E. Crumley; her sister, Ruth Adams; her son, Kevin D. Crumley and wife Nancy L. Crumley; her daugh- ter, Kasandra P. Wood and husband Robert O. Wood; her granddaughter, Kimberly M. Norton and husband ]eremy R. Norton, and their two chil- dren, Jackson and Jared; her granddaughter, Katherine T. Sevon and husband Matthew J. Sevon; her granddaughter, Tana R. Harper and husband Joshua T. Harper; and her granddaughter, Eileen L. Crumley. She will be dearly missed. A Memorial Service was held Sunday, June 16, 2013 at Weed-Cofley-Fish Funeral Home in Austin. Interment followed at White Rock Cem- etery, Bee Caves, Texas. Arrangements byWeed- Cofley-Fish Funeral Home, 2620 S. Congress, Austin, TX 512/442-1446. You may view memorials at www.wcfish. com. HABERER Gilbert Frederich Haberer, age 98, retired farmer/rancher of the Kyle area, passed away June 10, 2013 in the Regent Care Nurs- ing Center in San Marcos. He was born March 24, 1915 to Alfred John Haberer and Lydia Johanna Schletze in Kyle. He was baptized August 8, 1915 by Pastor Herman Barnofske in what is now St. John Lutheran Church. Gil was the inveterate farmer, proud of what he was doing and enjoying it. After his grandparents died a decision was made to sell the farm and place it on the market and advertise for buy- ers. Gilbert and his younger brother purchased the farm with two Veterans Land Board loans and some pooled sav- ings. This was a tremendous opportunity to keep the farm in the family and allow con- tinued visits by all the uncles and aunts who were born and raised there, a sort of mini- homecomings to everyone's enjoyment, including all the cousins from the cities, some- times staying for weeks at a time. Another big plus was that their farm was to qualify for entry in the Texas Family Land Heritage Program for continuous ownership and operation for over a century. This ceremony was in January 1993, and every participant received their certificate from the then Agricultural Com- missioner, Rick Perry. Survi- vors include a brother, Alfred Haberer of San Marcos; niece, Mary Ann Haberer Arnold and husband, Milton; great-neph- ew, Jason Michael Arnold and wife, Cherrie Ann Bennett; great-niece, Jennifer Michelle Arnold and husband, Greg Dreiss and their children, Colton Michael Dreiss and Chelsea Elizabeth Dreiss, all of New Braunfels. Survivors also include cousins, LaVerne Haberer Eilers of Lockhart and her sister, Dorothy Hab- erer Henderson of Wimberley; and Lottie Krueger Smith of Austin. He is preceded in death by his parents; grandparents, Johann Haberer and wife, Louise Marie Tietze of New Braunfels; brother, George Herbert Haberer and wife, Ellen Emma Luersen and their son, George M. (Sonny) Haberer of Buda; and numer- ous aunts, uncles and cous- ins. Graveside Services were held on Saturday, June 15, 2013, at the Live Oak Cem- etery in Uhland, with the Rev. David Goeke officiating. Arrangements by Pennington Funeral Home, San Marcos. HUNTER Donnie Ray Hunter passed away on Friday, June 14, 2013. He was born in Austin, on June 7, 1935, to James Warren Hunter and Mu- riel Preece Hunter. He was a graduate of Travis High School in Austin. He married Norma Hammack in Janu- ary 1958 and that same year, he was drafted into the U.S. Army where he became a military policeman. This was the beginning of a 33-year career in law enforcement. Upon discharge from the Army, he returned to Austin where he joined the Universi- ty of Texas Police Department. He subsequently worked for the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, Hays County Sheriff's Department, Chief of Security at the Texas State Treasury Department and retired as a Texas Capitol police officer with the Texas Department of Public Safety. He also worked several years for Calhoun Smith Texaco Distributing in Austin. A longtime resident of Buda, he was a member of the Masonic Lodge #800 for over 30 years. After retirement, he and his family relocated to Lockhart, where he achieved his dream of owning land to raise cattle and horses. An avid horseman, he competed in rodeos in his younger days and enjoyed breaking, work- ing with and trading horses most of his life. He also loved fixing cars and reselling them. In addition to his wife of 55 years, he is survived by daughters Cheryl Hunter West & husband Mark, Cindy Hunter, Carol Hunter Fluker & husband J.R. and son Donnie Ray Hunter II, grandchildren Brandi Evans, Holly Evans, Travis Stalnauker, Lauren Rae West, Jonathan Hunter, Kristen West, Emily Knight Hunter, Colton West, Thomas Knight Hunter, Robert Heck, Elizabeth Heck, Carson Fluker, Donnie Ray Hunter III and great-grandson Colin Ray Craven. He also leaves behind several sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews and numerous other extended family and friends. Donnie was predeceased by his parents, sister Lois Harri- son, brothers Carroll Hunter, Richard "Red" Hunter, James W. Hunter II, Arlo Hunter and nephews David Hunter and Clinton Hunter. Funeral services were held Tuesday, June 18 at Harrell Funeral Home in Kyle, fol- lowed by burial at Live Oak Cemetery. JACOBSON On June 12, 2013 at the age of 73, Clarence "]ake" Willard Jacobson passed away peace- fully in the arms of his wife and surround- ed by his family and friends. He was a proud south Austin native and Travis High School Rebel. After graduating high school, he honorably served in the US Military, after which he moved to Houston where he met the love of his life, Norma. On the third date he proposed, and the two were happily married for 43 years. Jake worked for 25 years in the auto parts business. He returned home to South Aus- tin in 1983, when he and his family moved to Onion Creek and started a family busi- ness. Jake was a man of strong moral character, deep family values and profound faith. He never met a stranger and was loved and admired by all who had the opportunity of meet- ing him. His favorite pastimes were fishing, dove hunting, playing pool, poker, or just sitting back and drinking a beer. Jake is survived by his wife, Norma; daughter Cheryl Keene and her husband Carl Cook of Liberty Hill; daugh- ter Candace laeckle and her husband T.J. Jaeclde of Austin; daughter Chelsa Woods and her husband Adam Woods of Buda. He is also survived by his grandsons Cody Keene, Joseph Jaeclde and Jacob Woods. Services were held at Santa Cruz Catholic Church in Buda on Saturday, June 15th. In lieu of flowers, memo- rial contributions can be sent to Santa Cruz Catholic Church Building Fund, 1100 Main Street, P O Box 187, Buda, TX 78610,santacruz@ austin.rr.com. LATHAM James "Eddie" Latham of Manchaca, died peacefully in the arms of his wife, in the last minutes of the night on Sunday, June 9th, 2013 at the age of 56. His life was well- lived and he will be dearly missed after his two-year fight for his life with lung cancer. Eddie is preceded in death by his father, IT" Brownie" Latham and mother, Iva Lee Newland Latham. Eddie is survived by wife, Tina Jean Latham and her son, Brendon Hendrix, daughter, Brook Greenberg, her husband Brandon Greenberg and was blessed with granddaughters, Presley Faith and Sawyer Grace Greenberg. Eddie was the baby brother of his surviv- ing siblings, his older sister, Jean Ann Smith and husband Frank, brother Tommy Ray Latham and wife, Patricia and sister Betty Fay Puckett and husband Jay and many other surviving relatives. Eddie was born in Crosby- ton, Texas on December 27, 1956 and his family moved around to a few small Texas towns then settled in Clifton, Texas where he experienced his childhood and adoles- cence. He worked with his dad around town, drove a truck for his dad, graduated from Clifton High School, tried a year of Junior college and decided to take a differ- ent direction in life. Eddie became a successful business man when he found his niche as a sales person. He traveled the states chasing weather storms and working for roof- ing companies, then settled in Austin, and took roots with his roofing company, Long- horn Roofing for a success- ful twenty years. He sold his company and retired to his real estate business to keep him from getting bored. Eddie loved shooting pool, fishing, his Corvette, his yard, reading, baseball and most of all his family and friends. Eddie was baptized in March of 2013 and was at peace with his life. He was blessed with the time to reach out to all his friends and fam- ily before leaving this life. He is breathing gently and will be waiting for all of us with open arms. A Memorial Service to cel- ebrate Eddie's life and honor him was held Tuesday, June 18; 2013 at Weed-Cortey-Fish Funeral Homes, Austin. Me- morials and guestbook online at www.wcfish.com MOORE After a short battle with prostate cancer, Don Allen Moore, 62 of Man- chaca, went home on June 13, 2013. Don was born April 25, 1951 in Austin to Buddy and Lorene Moore. He is preceded in death by his parents, broth- er Clyde and sister Beverly. He is survived by his wife of 39 years, Monica of Manchaca, sons Craig and wife Margaret Anne of Austin, Bryan and wife Kristy of Kyle. He is also survived by five grandchil- dren, Parker, Camden, Mylie, Adyson and Brody. Brothers, Bill Moore and wife Fran of Georgetown, Gary Moore and wife Marilyn of Austin, Dennis Moore and Kenneth Moore See OBITUARIES, pg. 3C St. Albans Episcepalghurch Sunday Worship: 9 a.mi' ili15 a.m: Celebrate the Fourth with Us on Sunday, June 30th at 5p:m: 5|2J 282;5631 Patriotic Musica Favor tes, Flag-Waving, www, s|alba~s'dli:org ..... 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VlP (abbr.) 9 TXism for "old man" 15 Monte __, TX 16 TX stunt pilot Tom Danaher took part in 1 st transfer in film "Cliffhanger" 18 TXism: "struck "(successful) 20 "Cave Without a Name" near Boeme " pretty to name" 22 test the ore again? 27 once a Cotulla FM 28 works the dough 29 England inhabitant 30 TX Reeves' "Am You ?" 32 TX actress "l'ierney (init.) 33 in Tyler Co, on 69 36 leave out 37 7-11's Slur 38 Cowboys' play in recent years 39 Kentucky Derby winner purchased by King Ranch in '71 :" I1" 41 .___hart, TX 42 get the youngsters in the house (2 wds.) 45 TXism: "he tall in the saddle" 46 Boerne's historic Kendall Inn" 47 seat of Jackson Co. 48 TXism:" in the hole" (reserve) 49 Rice provost ('86:92) 52 TXism: "esta 53 TXism: "high as popcorn __ _ picture show" 54 __. Kay Granger 55 ex-Cowboy Emmitt (init.) DOWN 1 "Gone to TX" came to mean "on the 2 UT grad Wallach 13 3 film for TX-bom Ethan Hawke: 14 "Dead Poets ......... "('89) 15 4 Pappadeaux Cajun eatery in 16 Metroplex (2 wds.) 8 'Henrietta is seat of this county 17 9 prominent fashion- able urbanites 19 10 TXism: "come hell __ high water" 11 Bob Lilly's old21 position (abbr.) 22 12 song: "Is Anybody 23 Antone?" 24 149 "put your mind at " TX Kristofferson's ex-wife Coolidge TXism: "flat as former name of Dallas bldg. "Energy Plaza":" Tower" Hammerstein's sidekick TXism: "got as much to do as a hibernating bear" bone prefix notorious TX Judge Bean (init.) TXism: "let' ..... rip!" a general's assistant by Charley & Guy Orbison Copyrigh~ 2013 by Otbison Sros P-1120 25 TXism:" bought" 26 disagreeably 28 Wichita Falls FM 31 song:" Old Cowhand" 34 alien (abbr.) 35 "' the season to be jolly..." 37 this Gent wrote "North Dallas Forty" 40 TXism: "it'll warm your gullet" 43 TX Benson film: "to Billy Joe" 44 TXism: "loud as boot heels ...... floor" 50 TX-born Steve Martin film:" of Faith" ('92) 51 TXism: "strong enough to float .._ anvil" (strong coffee) See Solution, see pg. 3C