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Deniese Ramlochan

Jul 24, 1966 - Nov 11, 2023

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Cedar Park, TX

Deniese Sue Ramlochan was born on July 24,1966 to Willis and Sally McCain as 5 of 7 children. In 1984 Jai and Deniese met working at square pan pizza. It took 3 tries before Deniese said yes to adate with Jai, and after that first date, the rest was history. On May 14,1985, they married and soon after gave birth to their first daughter Stephanie Lynn Ramlochan on August 18, 1985. Almost two years later they welcomed their second daughter Stacy Renee Ramlochan on May 09, 1987. They then took a lo...Read More

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Mary Lu Bonsal

Oct 28, 1935 - Feb 16, 2024

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Cedar Park, TX

Mary Lu Bonsal, a beloved mother, grandmother, sister, and friend, peacefully passed away on February 16, 2024, in Cedar Park, Texas, leaving behind a legacy of love and cherished memories.A celebration of Mary's life will be held at 10:00 AM Wednesday, February 21, 2024, where friends and family will gather to honor her memory and share stories of her remarkable life, at Carmichael-Whatley Colonial Chapel in Pampa with Rev. Byron Williamson, pastor of First Baptist Church of Pampa, officiating. Burial will follow in Fairview Cemetery in Pampa. Arrangements are under the direction of Carmichael-Whatley Funeral Directors and Crematory. Mary was born on October 28, 1935, in Pampa, Texas, to Augustine "Gus" and Patsy Greene. Mary was a member of Crestview Baptist Church in Georgetown, Texas and had previously been an active member of First Baptist Church in Round Rock, Texas. Her faith was an integral part of her life, guiding her actions and providing her with strength and comfort. Mary was known for her sense of humor, unwavering love for her family and her passion for creating lasting memories. She delighted in taking her grandchildren on camping adventures and cherished every moment spent with them. Her love for the mountains, particularly in Wyoming, reflected her adventurous spirit and appreciation for the beauty of nature.An avid University of Texas fan, Mary found great joy in attending football, basketball, and volleyball games, cheering on her beloved Longhorns with enthusiasm. Her dedication to UT was unwavering, and she shared her passion for sports with those she loved.Professionally, Mary excelled as an accountant, demonstrating diligence and precision in her work. Her commitment to excellence was evident in everything she pursued.Following her retirement, Mary volunteered her time at the Round Rock Area Serving Center, where she selflessly worked to support those in need. Her compassionate spirit and willingness to give back to others exemplified her character and left a lasting impact on those around her.Mary Lu Bonsal will be remembered fondly for her kindness, generosity, and unwavering faith. She touched the lives of all who knew her and leaves behind a legacy of love that will continue to inspire for generations to come.She was preceded in death by her daughter, Susan, her parents, Augustine "Gus" and Patsy Greene, and her sister, Sue Jones.Mary is survived by her three adoring daughters, LuDonne Hartzell and husband Bob of Georgetown, Dora Tidwell and husband Jim of Lubbock, and Grace Bonsal of League City. She was also a loving sister to Lem Greene and wife Shirley of White Deer. Mary's memory will be cherished by her seven grandchildren: Chelsey Hershey and husband Matt of Dripping Springs, Christen Horner and husband John of Llano, Tucker Ross and wife Laurie of Idalou, Taylor Ross and wife Taylor Anne of Floydada, Joshua Smith and wife Chanel of League City, Hunter Henderson of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Nathaniel Henderson of League City; nine great-grandchildren: Finnley Hershey, Jacob Horner, Brennan Horner, Loren Horner, Aaryn Jae Ross, Sloan Ross, Parker Ross, Levi Campbell, and Kyah Smith; one niece, Patricia Jones of Dallas, and two nephews, Shaun Greene and wife Kristen of Rockport and Mark Greene and wife Julie of Kyle.In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Round Rock Area Serving Center in Round Rock, Texas. https://www.rrasc.org/donate/.

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Maj. Lenard E. Tucker USMC (Ret)

Jul 01, 1924 - Jan 26, 2024

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Cedar Park, TX

Maj.. Lenard E. Tucker USMC (Ret), 99, formerly of Kerrville, passed from this life on Friday, January 26, 2024 at the Sundance Memory Care Center in Cedar Park Texas.. A 40 year resident of the Tierra Linda Ranch, Len and his wife Louise were very involved in ranch and airport activities. Len was a certified flight instructor and ran a flight school at the Tierra Linda Ranch airport. He was airport manager at one time. Len was preceded in death by his wife of 75 years, Louise, in 2019. A joint memorial service will be held in their honor. Service details will be announced at a later date, and a more detailed obituary will be published. Arrangements are under the direction and personal care of the professionals at Kerrville Funeral Home. (830) 895-5111

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Karolyn Wells Rose

Mar 04, 1938 - Feb 23, 2024

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Cedar Park, TX

Karolyn Wells Rose of Cedar Park, Texas, formerly of Waco, passed away on February 23, 2024. Granting her wishes, Karolyn was cremated and no services were held. Burial was at Oakwood Cemetery in Waco. Karolyn was born March 4, 1938, in Waco, Texas, to Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Howard Wells. She was graduated from Waco High School in 1956, attended Texas University and Sam Houston State, where she was graduated with a B.S. in 1961. Karolyn married Loy Rose on November 16, 1956. Her long career as an Educator began as a teacher at Waco ISD and Robinson ISD where she taught for many years. Karolyn continued her education at Baylor University, earning an M.S. degree in Education, as well an M.S. in both Counseling and Special ED, in 1971. While still an Educator, she took on another path. Karolyn was a Special Education Counselor at Connally ISD, Midway ISD, and LaVega High School, until she retired in 1999. She always cared deeply for her Students. Karolyn was a longtime member of The Texas Counseling Association. She was a Catholic. Karolyn was preceded in Death by her Parents, and two brothers, Wm. Howard Wells and Walter D. Wells. She is survived by her Husband of 68 years, Loy Rose. Her Son, Glenn H. Rose of Round Rock, TX. Daughter Loyanne Kelley of Abilene, TX. Three grandsons, Loy O’ Kelley of San Antonio, Dr. Walt Kelley M.D. of Abilene, and Will Kelley of Abilene. She is also survived by Great Granddaughter, Blake Kelley of Abilene.

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Patricia Ann Dodge

Jun 06, 1926 - Feb 27, 2024

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Cedar Park, TX

| | | Patricia Ann Dodge, 97, passed away on February 27, 2024, in Cedar Park, Texas. The services for Patricia are currently pending. Please check back for a full obituary and service details ... We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time.

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David Daniel Kresta

Jul 20, 1947 - Feb 24, 2024

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Cedar Park, TX

David Daniel Kresta, of Cedar Park, Texas, passed away February 24, 2024, at the age of 76.Obituary is pending.

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Georges Ego

Jan 01, 1942 - Feb 24, 2024

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Cedar Park, TX

We regret to announce the passing of Georges Ego, on February 24, 2024. Georges peacefully passed away surrounded by his loved ones. Georges was predeceased by his wife and his son. He is survived by his son, and his two daughters, their spouses, and his 5 grandchildren. He will be greatly missed. May he rest in peace.

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Gretchen S. Mickler

Nov 01, 1942 - Feb 17, 2024

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Cedar Park, TX

Gretchen S. Mickler, born on November 1, 1942, in New Orleans, Louisiana, was granted her angel wings on February 17, 2024. She passed peacefully with her son, David Mickler, and daughter-in-law, Anissa, at her side. Gretchen was a beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She was predeceased by her husband, Bob Mickler, their daughter, Sabrina, as well as her mother, Eudelle, and sister, Elaine.Gretchen's journey began on her family’s dairy farm in the Atchafalaya River Basin before they moved to Austin, Texas, where she was raised alongside her two sisters. A graduate of McCallum High School, Gretchen held various certifications in interior design and horticulture. She blazed trails as a female homebuilder in Texas at a time when women did not have some property rights. Beyond her professional triumphs, she advocated for others in her fight for the Texas Equal Legal Rights Amendment of 1972. She was a conservationist, political activist, and a lifelong member of the Presbyterian Church. Her activism extended to serving as an active member of the Precinct Two Williamson County GOP Chair.Survived by her son David, her grandson Zachariah, and her great-granddaughters Juniper and Isadora, Gretchen's legacy goes beyond her familial ties. She lived a life of activism, exploration, and travel, always reminding those around her of the preciousness of life. Gretchen's vivacious spirit and boundless energy were evident in everything she did. She never backed down from a fight if it was for something she believed in. Gretchen loved her fried shrimp and fried fish, and her family celebrated their every birthday at Catfish Parlor for decades. She enjoyed sewing, long talks with her close friends and traveling - even if it was for just a day. It would not be unusual for her to hop in the car and drive out to Goldthwaite for the day just for some Texas Hill Country pecans. She also loved her pickup trucks, her antiques, her photo albums, her Bill Hickey Weather Reports and her flow blue plates.However, of everything she did, she most cherished her Bible Study Group. Gretchen's devout religious faith was a guiding force throughout her life. Her unwavering commitment to her beliefs served as a source of strength and comfort, shaping her actions, and guiding her path with unmatched grit and perseverance.Gretchen's departure leaves a profound void, yet her legacy of love, devotion, and unwavering spirit continues to inspire all who were touched by her presence. She will be deeply missed, but her beautiful smile, stories, and fiery spirit will live on in the memories of those who knew her.A celebration of Gretchen's life will be held at the Andice Presbyterian Church on Saturday, March 9th at 10:30 am. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Project Coyote, Father Flanagan's Boys Home, or the Presbyterian Children's Home, honoring Gretchen's commitment to causes close to her heart. May she rest in peace, knowing that she was loved deeply and will be cherished always.

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Billie Jo Morris

Nov 18, 1939 - Feb 20, 2024

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Cedar Park, TX

Billie Jo Morris, 84, passed away on February 20, 2024 in Cedar Park, Texas. Obituary pending.Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Beck Funeral Home Cedar Park, 1700 E Whitestone Blvd Cedar Park, TX 78613, (512) 259-1610.

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Beverly Brawner

Feb 25, 1942 - Feb 20, 2024

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Cedar Park, TX

Memorial services are pending at this time for Beverly Brawner, 81 of Cedar Park, Texas. Beverly was born on February 25, 1942, in Childress, Texas to E.R., Jr. and Mary Jeanne (Price) Blair. Beverly joined the love of her life, Eddie, in heaven on February 20, 2024.Beverly adored animals, especially her horse named Prince. She had numerous animals including dogs, cats, a ferret, birds (even a crow), hamsters, a squirrel, and horses. She was a TRUE animal lover. Beverly loved to shop at flea markets with her friends and family to get good deals. She collected bears, figurines, and stuffed animals as well. She traded and collected lapel pins with a friend she made at a local store. Beverly had a very quick wit and loved to laugh.Beverly and Eddie lived in Florida for many years and after moving to Stratford, Oklahoma they took many extended trips back.Beverly moved to Austin, Texas to live closer to her caregiving family in June of 2023 following the death of her husband. She desperately loved her Eddie. They were best friends and lifelong loves.Beverly is survived by her stepdaughters Valerie Heim and Debbie Phillips; her sisters Nancy "Jane" Buckman and husband David and Carol Ann Blair; her brother Colonel Hall Rankin Blair and wife Laurie; sister-in-law Shirley Creekmore and husband Doug; and numerous nieces, nephews, step-grandchildren, and close family friends whom she loved very much.Beverly was preceded in death by her husband of 55 years, Eddie Brawner.

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Zarina Sabjali Maredia

Jul 01, 1952 - Feb 19, 2024

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Cedar Park, TX

Zarina Sabjali Maredia, age 71, of Cedar Park, Texas passed away on Monday, February 19, 2024. A funeral service for Zarina will be held Thursday, February 22, 2024 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM at Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home, 14501 North Interstate 35, Pflugerville, Texas 78660, followed by a graveside service from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM.

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