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I + Page 2C FISH Richard Fish, 64, died on Oct. 24, 2011 at Hospice Aus- fin's Christopher House after a short but determined fight against small-cell lung cancer. He graduated from Robert E. Lee High School in San An- tonio and studied journalism at the University of Texas at Austin. He was a well-kn0wn State Capitol reporter and during an 18-year career re- ported for the Austin Amer- ican-Statesman, Houston Chronicle and Dallas Morning News. He married his wife, Jane Allen Fish in 1984 and he left journalism to join her in business ventures. Most of their pursuits centered around their love of dogs. The Fishes own Onion Creek Boarding Kennel in Buda. Rick is survived by his wife Jane, his daughter Kather- ine Rush, son-in-law Jason Rush; grandsons Alex and Wyatt Rush all of Bristol, TN.; stepsons Terrence Lynch and James Lynch, both of Ausfin; daughter-in-law Stephanie Lynch, and granddaughter Zoe Lynch of Austin. A celebration of Ricks life will be held at a later date. The family wishes that those wanting to honor Rick and his extraordinary life consider a donation to Lucy's Legacy Rescue Fund, Smiling Blue Skies Canine Cancer Fund, St. David's Episcopal Church, or ProPublica Journalism Fund. For more information on Ricks illness and death and Ricks favorite charities, please visit Caringbridge.org/ visit/RickFish. Obituary and memorial guestbook available online at www.wcfish.com GILLESPIE Ann Gillespie, aka "Tilla", 73, a longtime resident of Kyle passed away Sunday, Octo- ber 23, 2011 in Kyle. She was born in Freer, Texas on May 7, 1938. In March of 1963 she married the love of her life, Fred Gillespie, of E1 Paso, who passed away July 27, 2011 at the age of 73, after 48 years of marriage. Ann is survived by her daughters, Marcia Mae Thur- mend of Austin and Ruthie Timberlake of Jourdanton, Texas; son, Jayce Gillespie of San Marcos; four grand- children, Christy Miller, Jake Milam, Clayton Milam and Jody Dvorak; and five great- grandchildren. She is also survived by a brother, Joe Thurmond. Ann is preceded in death by one brother, Jimmy Thurmond. Graveside Services were held at Resthaven Cemetery in Kingsville, Texas on Friday, October 28, 2011. MARTIN Norma Lillian Lawler Mar- fin, 91, passed away on Friday, October 21, at Hospice Austin's Chris- topher House in Austin. Norma was born in Chi- cago, Illinois on September 17, 1920 to Victor Frank and Lillian Lindley. At age 12, Norma moved to Houston with her father, a furniture salesman, where she attended Sam Houston High School, and she later attended the University of Texas at Austin. After college, Norma and her husband and their young daughter, Nancy, resided in Houston. Norma was later employed by Reed Roller Bit in Houston Read Week Buda Bits Continued from pg. 1C A new baby girl is at home in Buda. Annie Jean Lincoln was born Friday, October 28, 2011, weighing a healthy eight pounds, 13 ounces and measuring 20.5 inches long. Annie is the daughter of Dr. Anna and Dan Lincoln and little sister to Wiley, Daniel and Georgia. Grandparents are Wiley and Carol McManus of Buda and Dennis and Deborah Lincoln of Michigan. Mom, baby and all the family are doing great. Glad to hear that Al Thig- pen is back home after having surgery and spending time at a local rehab facility. At last re- port, Eleanor Earley was back in Seton-Hays. Birthdaywishes go out to Nancy Thayer and Claudette Waiters on Nov. 4; Sheila Schwartz, Delton Hudson, Jr. and Martha Haberer along with her twin sons, Shawn and Paul on Nov. 5; Evelyn Meyer and Bodie Sanders, Nov. 6; David Haffelder and Gall Mansour, Nov. 7; Janet Santos, Nov. 9; Sybil Ellison, Richard Harlow and Martha Robinson, Nov. 10. Falcon International Bank and Buda Area Chamber of Commerce are joining forces to sponsor aVeteran's Appre- ciation Breakfast on Thursday; Nov. 10 at 9:30 a.m. at the bank. Buda Health Center will host a grand opening on Thursday, Nov. 10 from 4:30 until 7 p.m. The new center is located at 203 Railroad Street in Suite 3C. eeo See you Thursday eve- ning for "First Thursday" in downtown Buda. Activities get underway at 6 p.m. all along Main Street. dog Don't forget to Vote! Elec- tion Day is Tuesday; Nov. 8. Buda Parks & Rec Continued from pg. 1C with various Winter Wonder- land scenes and themes from local businesses, churches, neighborhoods and organi- zations. The City of Buda is seeking sponsorships for the Trail of Lights to make this year's event more extrava- gant. If your business is/or organization would like to have a display or interested in sponsoring, please contact the Buda Parks and Recre- ation Department at (512) 312-0084. 468-4451 Open Every day 295-6008 NEIGH BORS OBITUARIES where she met and mar] her long time friend and panion. She and her hu~, moved their family to Q Lake where they started Canyon Lake Informatk Office and a Real Estate ness. Norma later moved tc Antonio and was emplo by Auto Convoy where s worked until retirement retirement, she moved t Wimberley, and more re cently, to Stonebrook Se Living in San Marcos wt she resided at the time passing. Norma loved life and it to the fullest. Her inte ests included her family friends, traveling, playii bridge and dominos, an to casinos throughout t] Norma was preceded in death by her father mother, Victor and Lilli Lindley, her husband, R Phipps; and other loved Wilbur Lawler, Louis Cr Leonard DeFriend, Mer led corn- band nyon the n 8usi- San red 3e After ior ere ,fher Jved and g d trips m US. Ld in ones, )sson, in n. her ka .gh- 8ra 'and ld lne Thomas and Leon Mart Norma is survived by sister, Barbara Konvaiin of Fox Lake, Illinois; dat ter, Nancy Starr of Band and sons, Woody Lawle: wife Carolyn of Buda, Rick Lawler and wife Di of Littleton, Colorado. S~e is also survived by her gra~ad- children, Rick Starr, Del~bie ok, Misty st, awler; a and :hil - Yates and husband Chu Paul Starr, Wendy Hicks Ham and husband Erm Katie Lawler and Matt I nine great grandchildre three great-great grand, dren. Funeral services were on Saturday morning, ( at Thomason Funeral E A graveside service and was held at Earthman F haven Cemetery in Hot on Saturday afternoon. Contributions may b held ~ct. 29 ome. burial est- ston Tex and Sut ACROSS t plant found at Caddo Lake 5 TXism: "quick a~ York minut~ 6 gazelle bred in 7 TXism: !'best t ever wrapped around" 8 TX~: "ugly as homemade 9 Amarillo's" - State Fair" t2 TXism: "fillies" 17 TX BJ.'s "Play ________ Somei ody Done Somebod Wrong Song" 19 TXism: "if true, there ain't cow in Texas" 2t let out of jail 22 Laguna Madre h a big one 23 longer version o TX film:" : _ _ Director's Cut" 28 lawman Wyatt Hays 29 TX VP Garner s ~id his job" _~ wor :h a bucket of warm ~pit" 30 TXism for "boss 31 property of this actor Welles wa auctioned off in FX 35 TX Notan's '99 honor: Hall of _____ 36 TXism: "put _ (calculate) 42 TXism: "checkim fo I ks" (napping', 44 Lake O' The _ _ made to Central Texas Medi- cal Center in San Marcos or Hospice Austin's Christopher House in Austin. PICKLE Beryl Bolton McCarroll Pickle, 93 died Friday, Octo- ber 27, 2011. She was born in 1917 in Rusk, Texas to Hazel Chessher Bolton and Tracy Lamar Bolton. In 1936, she mhrried James Graham Mc- Carroll, who was the Parts Manager at Cherokee Motors in Jacksonville. Their son, RiChard Tracy McCarroll, was b0rn in 1943. A second son, David Graham McCarroll, was born in 1947. Tragedy struck the family the next year, when James Graham McCarroll died suddenly at the age of 35, leaving Beryl a 30-year-old widow with two little boys. At the encouragement of Beryl's sister, Frances Benson, and cl~ildhood friend, Sue Stearns, Beryl left the security of her home in Jacksonville and courageously moved her sons to Austin in 1952 to start a new life. In Austin, Beryl first worked for the Great National Insur- ance Company, and then for many years worked for the Texas Motor Transpor- ta'tion Association. After a whirlwind courtship of eight years, in 1960 Beryl married James Jarrell "Jake" Pickle of Aflstin, a widower with one daughter, Peggy. At first, Beryl anticipated a quiet life as a wife and the mother of three teenagers. Things changed quickly in 1963 when Jake was elected to the United States Congress representing Texas' 10th Congressional District. Beryl, a small-town East Texas girl, suddenly found herself on a national stage, attending political functions in Wash- ington D.C. and Texas, and traveling the world. Although at first hesitant about their complicated new life, Beryl adapted quickly and became one of Jake's greatest politi- cal assets. She gave him an enormous gift: the freedom to work long hours and devote his considerable energy to his constituents. When Jake retired from Congress in 1995, he devoted himself to local projects and served on multiple boards. Beryl con- tinued to be his mainstay. She reminisced fondly about their 31-year career in Washington, but said often that she didn't miss the cold winters or the flying back-and-forth. Jake Pickle died in June 2005. Beryl is pre-deceased by sisters Barbara Bolton Salmon and Frances Bolton Benson. She is survived by her children, Richard Tracy (Dick) McCarroll and his wife, Missy; David Graham Mc- as Crossword !oku sponsored by | 46 TXism:" .................. his own juice" 48 TXism: "__ some away" (saved) ,, 49 poet's product x so san ___, TX 51 Galveston structures 52 ~ Tin Tin 53 TX Meat Loafs" ................ 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A memorial servio held at First United iV odist Church, 1201 L~ on Thursday, Novemt 2011 at 2 p.m., follow, reception in the chur, lowship hail. Interme Texas State Cemetery private. Memorial co~ tions may be made tc Speech Labs, 7800 Sh Creek Blvd., Ste. 240 TX 78757 or the First Methodist Church of tin, 1201 Lavaca, Ausl 78701. Obituary and ai guestbook availabl at www.wcfish.com :.:%:.:=::::: ..... !6 See Solution, page 4C AS by Charley & Guy Orbison Copyright 201 i by Ofoison Bfos, ers Lois :ar- unny) aville; r great- ~willbe eth- vaca ~er 3, ;dbya :h fel- ~t at the will be ttribu- Austin )al , Austin, Jnited ~us- in, TX nemori- online 39 38 Arian I 39 TXism: "keep saddle __ 40 musical begir 41 43 34 TXism: "good ...... ' 45 boy .... Olive Oyl" (ir 86 this Muhammad 47 took ttt~e from TX George Foreman in '74 "Rumble in 48 TXism: the Jungle" yarn" (lie) 37 "on __ and 55 needles" inspector +