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NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press December 18, 2013 Page 2C + OBITUARIES MARTIN Everett L. Martin, St. age 98, passed away on Dec. 1, 2013. He was born in Cheyenne, Oklahoma on March 14, 1915 to John and Mabel Martin. He was preceded in death byhis wife of 68 years, Modean Tolbert Martin. He is survived by his two sons, Melvin Martin (wife, Sandra) of San Antonio, and Luke Martin (wife, Laurie) of Kyle; four grandchildren, Kevin Martin, Kim Martin Till (husband Matt), John Martin and Abigail Martin; and two great-grandchildren, Madeline Till and Cameron Till. Everett was a farmer in the Rio Grande Valley all of his life. He and Modean moved to Kyle in 1994. He had resided at Regent Care nursing center in San Marcos for the past two years. He was a good and humble man. RILEY Don Alan Riley, 59, was born on Nov. 30, 1954 in San Antonio, Texas. He was raised in San Marcos and gradu- ated from San Mar- cos High School where he played football, basket- ball and baseball. He went to Angelo State University on a football scholarship, major- ing in education. While lixng in San Angelo, he started a cotmtry band named the Coo- lie Hand Band. His band was very popular in the area and drew large crowds. Don loved playing his guitar and singing. Many people have enjoyed his music through the years. Don married Dolores Mil- ligan on June 16, 1979 and they resided in San Marcos, where Don completed his Bachelor degree and began his career as a teacher and coach at Good- night Junior High and his alma mater, San Marcos High School as a varsity football coach. Don and Dolores then moved to Kyle, Texas where Don started a weight and conditioning class and coached varsity football at Hays High School. He was also the head track coach for the Rebels. Don built strong relationships with his students and athletes on the field and off and tried his best to help young people have confidence and believe in themselves. One of his athletes shared, "I am one of his players who was forttmate enough to have been coached by him both on and offthe field. Myproud- est moment was receiving the all-district defensive tackle award and having Coach shake my hand, telling me how proud both he and my father, who had passed away, would be because of my accomplish- ments. I send my thanks to his family for allowing Coach the sacrifices and commitment it takes to be the greatest coach any player could ever have." Don and Dolores would have been married for 35 years this coming June. Don was a very loving husband. He and his wife enjoyed the outdoors, traveling throughout the U.S. Don and Dolores enjoyed hik- ing together in the mountains, tubing down the river, and sightseeing. Don was a wonderful dad and grandfather "Coach". His four grandchildren brought him much joy. Don is survived by his wife Dolores Riley; his children Kristen Jansen and Clint Riley; his son-in-law Blake Jansen; his grandchildren Tyler Bree Jansen, Riley Jansen, Blakely Jansen, and Bennett Jansen; his mother JoAnn Moore; his father Charles P Riley; his brother, Randy Riley; two sisters, Kim Whitbeck and Jill Ralph; brothers-in-law Biii Whitbeck and David Ralph; and his nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held on Tuesday; Dec. 17 atThe Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter Day Saints chapel in Kyle, Texas. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Don Riley Memo- rialAthletic Scholarship. More information about the funeral service and donations can be found at http://www.penning- tonfuneralhome.com/obituar- ies/don-riley. WINZEL My beloved husband, Cecil RayWmzer, Sr. passed away in Kyle, Texas, on Dec. 11, 2013. He was born to Clar- ence and Merdie W'mzer in Goose Creek, Texas on March 30, 1947. We were married on Aug. 15, 1969 in Bacliff, Texas. Cecil was a loving, devoted father who inspired our chil- dren to be kind, respectful and loving adults. He put every- thing he had into his children and instilled discipline, hard work, ambition and integrity into their lives. His five children and thirteen grandchildren are his legacy. His children are: Lora Heath and spouse Austin, CecilWin- zer, Jr. and spouse Aileen, Mary Morgan and spouse Heath, ClarenceWinzer III and spouse Sara, LisaVeltri and spouse Josh. His grandchildren are: Jordan Winzer, Austin Heath, Alec Rodriguez, Tanner Heath, CadenWinzer, Ads Morgan, Josephine W'mzer, CecilyWm- zer, Ham W'mzer, Jakob Winzer, CrewVeltri, ColeVeltri andTy Winzer. Our children, their spouses, our grandchildren and our puppy Be will cherish his memory forever. Cecil will be greatly missed by his mother, Merdie Wmzer; his brother, Walter Winzer; and his sisters, Barbara LaCour, Bonnie Cooke, Joyce Raines, Brenda Fugate, and Linda Yarcho. They remember him as a loving, protective, big brother who often looked for adventure far from home. Cecil served in the Army from 1966-1969 and was sta- tioned in Germany. He had a 30-year career with Lockheed Martin and then went on to work for the Hays Independent School District and retired from there in December 2010. Cecil fought a courageous battle right up to the end and passed peacefully surrounded by his family. My family and I would like to thank the nurses and staff at Seton Hays. We watched them fight hard to save him and then provided compassionate support in his last moments. In lieu of flow- ers, please consider a donation to the Sustainable Food Center in his name. My darling Cecil, thank you for 44 years of happiness and adventure. Though you are no longer with me physically, you will be present in my heart for the rest of my life; with my deepest love always, your wife, Pauline. Funeral services were held Saturda Dec. 14 at Harrell Fu- neral Home in Kyle. Interment followed at the Onion Creek Memorial Park located at 11610 Chapel Lane, Austin, Texas. John A. Hall and James Davidson Attorneys & Counselors At Law 130 Hail'Professional Center Kyle TX 78640 512-268-6425 COLLECTIONS/BUSINESS LAW/WILLS/TRUSTS/PROBATE/FAMILY LAW DIVORCE/CUSTODY/CONSUMER LAW/DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICES ACT PROPERTY LAW/LANDLORD-TENANT LAW/PERSoNAL INJURY/DWl CRIMINAL DEFENSE/DEBT/DEFENSE/GENERAL CIVIL LITIGATION Ask ('00hris: Composting is King 't is a gardener's secret ingredient, known as 'black .gold' by some. We concoct it from a distinctly unpromis- ing collection of scraps: potato peelings, squishy tomatoes, grass clippings, leaves .... and manure. It is compost, of course, and some gardeners, with a bit of a Midas touch and a green thumb, are able to nourish their plants and gardens to as- tounding levels of productivity and beauty. However it is more a matter of simple care and craft than magic or wizardry. With little effort or expense, you can start using nature's best soil condi- tioner, plant food and mulch, and join the compost clan. Compost works because it feeds the soil by adding beneficial bacteria and micro organisms. If your soil has too much clay in it, compost will help to break it down and make the garden drain better. If your soil is too sand compost will help to retain moisture. Compost is the key to making plants healthier and harvests more abundant. This means superior vegetables on the kitchen table, better fam- ily health, and savings at the grocery store. If you want to buy ready- made composts, look for ones from organic sources. Some of the best contain farmyard products such as manure and dairy products. Composted manure is high- ly effective for soil condition- ing, and adds a little fertilizer boost too. Vegetable-based composts from alfalfa and cotton gin trash are also good. (Be sure your cotton compost comes from cotton that has not been defoliated with arsenic.) Your plants will also enjoy any composts made from earth worm castings and bat guano. If you want to start your own compost, pick a site out of view and close to your garden. To make a permanent com- post bin, simply nail together three 4 foot by 4 foot pallets. You can then add compost materials through the open front of this three-sided bin. To get started, you will need dry leaves and grass clippings. With all leaves falling offthe trees right now, this is a great time begin your compost pile. Layer one part grass clippings to two parts dry leaves in the compost bin and mix them together. Continue this process until the pile is 2 to 3 feet high and 2 to 3 feet wide. Then simply add water and beneficial bac- teria from a 'compost starter' available at most nurseries. Within days, the compost- ing process will heat up and will start breaking down the organic matter you have added. Don't add meats, disease infected plant material, and weeds with a lot of seeds on them. The right amount of water- ing is important to successful compost. Water enough to keep the compost pile damp. By turning the compost over once a week, the compost should be ready in a couple of months. Compost is finished and ready to tum into the garden when it no longer feels warm and the original ingre- dients are no longer recogniz- able. Happy gardening everyone! 0oo If you have a question for Chris, send it via email to iathyme@yahoo.com. 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