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Pamela Fawnette Ingram Hardin

Pamela Fawnette Ingram Hardin

Nov. 3, 1953~Feb. 6, 2016

                          

Pamela Fawnette Ingram Hardin was born Nov. 3, 1953, in Portales, New Mexico, to Fawnette and Eugene Ingram. She passed away Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016, in Round Rock, Texas. 

She is survived by: her husband of 33 years, Dwight Hardin, of Burnet; stepsons, Justin Hardin (Brittany and Ethan) of Paxton, Nebraska, and Jared Hardin (Andrea, Ava, Lane and Luke) of Sutherland, Nebraska; brothers, Kim Ingram (CiCi) of Lakeland, Florida, and Kevin Ingram (Charlene) of Longview, Texas; mother-in-law, Carolyn Hardin of Round Rock, Texas, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Pam grew up in El Paso, Texas, and her family moved to Austin during her senior year in high school.

She started working at Tracor in 1976 and, under the tutelage of Faye Word and Murray Shaw, eventually became the EEO officer for the company.

Fri
22
Jan

Paul David John McLean

Paul David John McLean

April 19, 1956~Jan. 19, 2016

 

Paul David John McLean, 59, was born on April 19, 1956, in Dallas, Texas, and died Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016, in Austin, Texas. 

Paul was a loving father, brother, son and friend to so many. 

He was filled with life, energy and laughter, always greeting others with a smile, and had a great quality of listening and making others feel special.

His greatest pride and joys were his daughter, Sara Patricia, and his granddaughter, Eva Ryan.

His love for his wife, Sandra McLean Gracia, knew no bounds.

Paul attended St. Bernards, Bishop Lynch and graduated from Bryan Adams in Dallas.

He decided to switch to Bryan Adams because they had the first computer class, which was going to be his passion for his career.

He attended East Texas State University and The University of Texas in Austin. 

Fri
22
Jan

Diana Jo Wood

Diana Jo Wood

Dec. 16, 1933~Jan. 17, 2016

 

Diana Jo Wood of Marble Falls, Texas, died on Sunday Jan. 17, 2016, following a long struggle with heart problems.

A memorial service will be held at 4 p.m. this Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016, at Trinity Episcopal Church in Marble Falls, where Diana was an active member.

Burial will be in the Kirkwood Cemetery in London, Ohio.

Diana is survived by: her children, Susan and husband, Mark, Carl, Kenneth and wife, Rhonda, Douglas and wife, Emma, Nancy and husband, Max, and Kathryn and husband, Bryan, and her grandchildren, Robert, Caitlin, Taylor Ann, Valerie, Jewel Nicole, Allison, Samantha, Kristin, Tori and Laura.

She was preceded in death by her parents and brother, Tom Wood.

Diana is the daughter of Olga and Frank Wood, early settlers of Marble Falls and founding members of Trinity Episcopal Church.

Fri
15
Jan

Duane Loyd Nobles

Duane Loyd Nobles

Dec. 18, 1933~Jan. 8, 2016

 

On Friday, Jan. 8, 2016, Duane Loyd Nobles of Tow, Texas, went home to be with his Lord Jesus Christ at the age of 82 years.

Duane was born on Dec. 18, 1933, in Wink, Texas, the son of L. Z. “Dick” and Octavia Nobles. He was the sixth in a line of 12 siblings.

Duane graduated from Wink High School and received a full four-year scholarship to Texas A&M University playing football. However, prior to completing his degree, he left A&M to join the U.S Army. 

After basic training, he was shipped to Germany where he continued his passion by playing football for the Army throughout Europe. 

While in the Army, he married Glenda Nell Stephens. 

After military service, the couple resided in Andrews, Texas, and had their son, Stacey. 

They lived there until 1961 when they moved to Odessa, Texas, where he was employed by Rexene Chemical Plant south of town. 

Fri
15
Jan

Robert Lee Glover

Robert Lee Glover

Dec. 16, 1940~ Jan. 1, 2016

 

Robert “Bob” Lee Glover was born Dec. 16, 1940, in Van Zandt County, Texas, to Leo and Adene Glover.

He passed away peacefully surrounded by family Friday, Jan. 1, 2016, at the age of 75 years.

Bob graduated from Kountze High School in 1958 and earned his Master's Degree in Education from Sam Houston State College in 1969.

Upon graduation he began teaching vocational agriculture and taught at Huntsville High School and Katy High School.

In 1985, Bob joined the Texas General Land Office where he served in many capacities including Director of Land Management until his retirement in 2003.

Bob enjoyed flying, boating, sailing, fishing, NASCAR, gardening and restoration projects.

He was a great friend and mentor.

He loved visiting and helping family, friends, neighbors and people in the community.

Thu
14
Jan

Emil Max Stieler

Emil Max Stieler

 

The greatest generation lost one of its finest members on Friday, Jan. 06 2016.

Emil Max Stieler exemplified what it means to be a family man and a true Texan.

He answered his country's call and served proudly in World War II in the South Pacific Theater with the U.S. Army.

Upon his return he spent many years ranching in the Texas Hill Country and took joy in teaching his granddaughters about life on the ranch.

He will be missed by many.

He was born in Gillespie County, Texas, the son of Gus and Mata Hart Stieler. They preceded him in death, as did his wife, Minetta Hope Stieler, five brothers, one sister and one daughter-in-law, Sandy Stieler.

He is survived by: his son, Ricky Wayne Stieler; six grandchildren, Natasha Stieler, Heather Marlow, Tommy Davis, Kenneth Davis, Stephanie Bass and Rick Morris; 14 great-grandchildren and many other loving relatives and dear friends.

Thu
14
Jan

Sherry Lee Pritchett

Sherry Lee Pritchett

July 22, 1944~Jan. 7, 2016

 

Sherry Lee Pritchett, 71, of Buchanan Dam, Texas, and formerly of Lampasas, Texas, died Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016, at her home.

Sherry was born July 22, 1944, in Lampasas, the daughter of Kellis Elder and Laura Smithwick Elder.

She attended local schools and after graduation attended the College of Cosmetology in Killeen to earn her beauty license.

She owned and operated Sherry’s Coiffeurs.

Sherry loved pets, shopping and arts and crafts.

Survivors include: her son and daughter-in-law, Randy and Debra Barker of Georgetown; daughter and son-in-law, Cindy and Chris Allen of Austin; grandchildren, Jennifer Rogers and husband, Mark, Ryan Barker and Brandi Allen, and, three great-grandchildren, Haelyn Rogers, Hope Rogers and Hunter Rogers, as well as close friend, Martell Biddle, of Buchanan Dam.

Thu
14
Jan

Dixie Ann Moore

Dixie Ann Moore

Feb. 26, 1953~Dec. 25, 2015

 

Dixie Ann Moore, 62, beloved mother and grandmother and a resident of Kingsland, Texas, passed away Friday, Dec. 25, 2015, in her home.

Dixie was born on Feb. 26, 1953, to Charles Adams and Ouida Young Adams.

Her parents preceded her in death, as did her spouse, David Moore.

She is survived by: sons, Tony Denbow of Kingsland, Chris Denbow and wife, BriAnna, of Amarillo and Benjamin Moore of Morristown, Arizona; sisters, Karen Davis and husband, Nolan, of Granite Shoals and Judy Cravens of Marble Falls; brother, Joe Adams of Marble Falls; eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

Memorials to Dixie may be made in the form of donations to The American Cancer Society or the Livestrong Foundation.

Thu
14
Jan

Jack Edward Caylor

Jack Edward Caylor

Sept. 7, 1930~Jan. 8, 2016

 

Mr. Jack Edward Caylor of Victoria, Texas, born on Sept. 7, 1930, in Jasper, Texas, to Chester and Lottie Caylor went to be with his Lord and Savior on Friday, Jan. 8, 2016, at the age of 85 years.

Jack retired after 34 years with Exxon.

His hobbies included fishing, gardening and hunting and he attended Faith Family Church.

Those who knew Jack were aware of his deep love and devotion to his wife of 65 years, his fond affection for his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, as well as his unwavering faith in God.  

Although he will be greatly missed, his family has been left with a legacy of love that far surpasses any grief felt by his absence.  

Our father built his life on things eternal and is now holding onto God’s unwavering hand.

Fri
08
Jan

Kenneth Gene Walker

Kenneth Gene Walker

Aug. 15, 1936~Dec. 30, 2015

 

Kenneth Gene Walker was born to Creola and Adolph Walker on August 15, 1936, and died on Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2015.

His family was by his side throughout the final days of his life and rejoice in the knowledge that they were able to hold and comfort him as he peacefully departed this earth. 

Ken grew up in Weslaco, Texas, and later served in the United States Air Force from 1954-1966.  He met and married his wife, Valerie, while stationed in Madrid, Spain. 

This union was blessed with two children, Steve and Sara. 

He later served in Thailand during the Vietnam conflict and upon leaving the service he resided in Austin, Texas, where he was a Texaco dealer for many years.

In 1979, Ken discovered Horseshoe Bay, Texas and this beautiful community on Lake LBJ became his retirement home for the remainder of his life. 

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