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Page 2C COMMUNITY Hays Free Press * September 6, 2017 BOLES Willie Edward Boles, 84, of Buda, passed from this life on Saturday, Sep- tember 2, 2017 in Kyle, Texas at Legend Oaks Home Health Care Cen- ter. He was born on Janu- ary 19,1933 in Sparta, Tennessee to Hubert and Pearlie Boles. Edward was a machin- ist and a member of the Kingdom Hail of Jehovah Witness. He was preceded in death by his loving wife, Frankie Lou Boles on October 24, 2010. He is survived by his two daughters, Mary Craddock and husband Bruce of Clinton Town- ship, MI, and Deborah Flores and husband Rob- ert of Buda, TX, and son,' Mark Boles and wife Tina of McMinnville, TN, four grandchildren, one great- grandson and two sisters, Charlene Maynard, Ann Ball with several nieces and nephews. A private memo- rial service to be held at Debora Flores' home at later date. BRAWLEY Ianice Marie Burch Brawley, age 79 went to meet her Lord and Savior on August 13, 2017. She was born in Austin, Texas to Robert and Marie Burch onApril 11, 1938. She lived with her daughter, Molissa Welch and her grandson, Storm Welch in Kyle, Texas. She passed peacefully with her fam- ily by her side. Although an only child, her aunts and uncles adored her and treated her like their own. She was nicknamed "Tut" by her Aunt Emma and Uncle Roy Davis because she was so small. That nickname stuck with her for her entire life. She loved to dance, garden, help people and most of all, she loved to cook. Jan- ice owned and operated Buda Caf6 in the 60s in Buda, TX (where the Carrington Crossing building is today). She made the best hamburg- i ers, chicken fried steak and peach cobbler in the area. The locals flocked there to have coffee every morning. The sounds of her children running up and down the metal stairs on the side of the building could be heard and Becky would sneak down the stairs to sit with the regulars while they had their coffee and they would "hide" her so she wouldn't get sent back up to the living quarters. Janice's sweet smile, and kind heart won people over. Janice moved to Drip- ping Springs later in life where she raised her youngest children. She was the head cook at Hill Country Care in Drip- ping Springs There she would spend 14 years being a friend and men- tor to the employees and residents. She was survived by 7 children, Dale Lowden (Lanette) of Wimber- ley, TX, Mike Lowden (Laura) of Liberty Hill, TX, Gayle Carman (Larry). of The Colony, TX, Dar- rel Lowden (Debbie) of" Wimberley, TX, Becky Lowden-Knight (Tommy) of Driftwood, TX, Glen Welch (Michelle) of Clo- vis, CA and Molissa Welch of Kyle, TX; 14 grandkids, 2 step:grandkids, 17 great grandldds and 4 atep- grandkids and I great- granddaughter on the way (Storm's baby that he so desperately wanted her to meet). She is preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Marie Butch, many aunts, uncles and her favorite dog, Bridgette, May the angels sur- round you with Heaven's love until we meet again, Mama. We will be loving and missing you. Heaven will shine brighter with you in it. Although it is not tradi- tionai, following crema- tion, the services will be delayed until November so that all of her children can be together and in attendance. Mt. City Montage Continued from pg. 1C A most requested Noah a message using disaster relief item is a dove. In Texas, God new undies and bras, uses a hummingbird since used cannot be because if he sent a dove distributed. One way it:would be stuffed with to get a lot of bang fbr a jalapeno wrapped in the buck is by" going to bacon. the clearance racks at Eric Perucca posted department stores. When on FaceBook the photo size doesn't matter and of a big pile of fried dove. quantity does make a "The rewards of Dove difference, dollars tan Hunting." be stretched and the A couple weeks ago, recipients get quality that Eric posted on Facebook will probably make them his video of a rat snake feel special. ("chicken snake") he . An old wives' tale says, pulled from their chicken "Take down hummer coop and released, at feeders after Labor Day." night, in the field next to Not true. Leave feeders their house on Juniper. up and fill with syrup The rat snake quickly made from 1 part sugar slithered high into an oak to 4 parts boiling water, tree. Now is a critical time Eric attended the for migrating hummers August council meeting who will soon fly 500 with plans for the Board miles across the Gulf of of Adjustments for a Mexico. This year, many house he's remodeling of the feeders and nectar- for new owners on Ash. producing flowers in Monday, September and near Rockport and 1 lth, 7pm the City along the coastline were Council meets again destroyed, at City Hail. Each When the last meeting starts with an hummers seem to leave, opportunity for Citizen leave up at least one Comments. The agenda feeder and j~eep it clean will be posted on the and filled with fresh City's Message Boards syrup through the winter near the city entrances months. Mountain City and the City's website hosts wintering Rufous (http://mountaincitytx. Hummingbirds that nest com) at least 72 hours in in the NorthWest. For advance. me, it took a few years Each Montage ends before I saw my first with, "Send tidbits to wintering hummingbird, ptom5678@gmail.com Have you seen the new (subject: Tidbit) or 512 Facebook joke? After the 268 5678." Great Flood, God sent Thanks! Love, Pauline. ........ ~,, ~i:~:~il i~!:: ii:~::;~/~!~ i~:~,~i!), i;~ ~i,~ ~!i ......... COX James William Cox went home to be with the Lord, on Aug. 19, 2017. James Wdliam Cox was born to Lucille An- derson Cox and James E Cox, on Feb. 18, 1937 in Bastrop, Texas. He graduated fro.m MacCallum High School In Austin, Texas in 1955. He married Vivian Jeanette Whittington on January 19, 1957. He was drafted into the Army in 1960 and Served 6 years before receiving an honorable discharge in 1966 Vivian and JameS had one son, Ricky, who was born in 1963 in Austin. They have one grand- daughter, JenniferWhitney Cox, who lives in Round Rock They moved to Buda in 1986 and then to Kyle in 2004. They became mem- bers of the First Baptist Ch~lrch in Buda in 1995 and James was ordained as a deacon in 1997, a position that he loved dearly and served well. James never met a stranger and was loved by so many people. He faithfully served the state of Texas, as a Civil Servant for the Texas Senate for 19 years. He was preceded in death by his parents, brother George Cox, sisters Bonnie Brode and Char- lene Hutson. Survivors include his wife Vivian, son Ricky, granddaughter Jen- nifer, sister Betty Linam, brother-in-law James Car- rollWhittington, numer- ous nieces, nephews, the dog he loved, Friski, and numerous friends every- where. In lieu of flowe~, the family requests donations be made to the "Together We Build" fund at First Baptist Church Buda, 104 S. San Marcos Street, Buda, Texas 78610, or to the American Heart Associa- tion. Please visit www.Har- rellfuneralhomes.com to share a fond memory, pho- tograph, or condolence with James' family on his online memorial site. DUg rff Sharon Olive Duckett was born on July 23, 1941 to Milton G. Ander- son and Beulah G. Stordock. She.gradu- ated from Sidney High School in 1959. She earned a Bachelor's degree in English and French from the University of Colorado which she put to good use serving in the U.S. Peace Corps In Madagascar from December 1995 - November 1998. She also earned a Master's degree inVocational Education and a Minor In Human Resource Development from Colorado State University. She used this platform of knowledge to great effect touching many lives through her work with the San Diego County HouSing Author- ity, the U.S. Department of Labor in Philadelphia, the City of Missoula, the Texas Education Agency in Austin, andWorkforce Solutions in San Marcos. Sharon was a resident of Kyle, Texas where she passed on August 21, 2017. She is survived by her daughter, luliette Kroeger and two grandsons, Aidan and Owen Kroeger. 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