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Henry Maldonado

Dec 03, 1942 - Dec 03, 2023

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Austin, TX

Our beloved father, Henry Maldonado, 81, was called to heaven Nov. 15, 2023. Henry was born August 24, 1942 and raised in Austin,TX. He graduated from Austin High School then joined the US Air Force. He served in Guam during the Vietnam War in Strategic Air Command as a Military Police Officer guarding B-52 bombers. After his military service, He met his wife Beverly working at Tracor where she was the first female semi conductor operator. They married and transferred to California, then returne...Read More

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Eugene David Bednar

Sep 23, 1932 - Feb 19, 2024

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Austin, TX

Eugene David Bednar died peacefully surrounded by his family in Austin on February 19, 2024. After a long, full, life of wandering and returning home, Gene will return home one last time to Latium, Texas, Saturday, March 2, to be buried at Sacred Heart Cemetery after a 9am ceremony at Sacred Heart Church. Gene grew up on the Bednar family ranch near Latium with his two younger sisters Cornelia and Beatrice, his father Frank Bednar, and his mother Angelina Baron Bednar, also known as Mrs. Frank Bednar, author for 40 years of the weekly "Latium Gardening" column in the Banner-Press. Gene went to the one-room County Line School, then Bellville High, before graduating from Brenham High School in 1950. A month later, he enlisted in the Navy, where he served as a radio operator on the aircraft carrier USS Bennington for the duration of the Korean War. The wanderer then returned for the first time, using his G. I. benefits to be the first in his family to go to college, earning an Associate Degree at Blinn College and then an Electrical Engineering Degree at UT-Austin in 1959. From there, he followed the jobs to Houston, landing at Shell Oil, where he designed seismic equipment for oil exploration for the next 30 years. Making sure that equipment worked in the field sent him across the Americas, Europe, and Africa. Houston is also where he met Julia Marie Hueske, who grew up in Philadelphia, but whose father, Ernest Hueske, was from Brenham. Gene and Julia married on November 23, 1963, the day after JFK was assassinated. Gene and Julia were devoted to their five children (Barry, Robert, Susan, James, and Linda) and were deeply involved in the community of St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church and School and multitudes of child- and community-related activities. As their children left home one by one, Gene and Julia pursued their careers until 2000, when they retired and moved to Austin to be closer to the first of what would become ten grandchildren. In retirement, they were active grandparents, traveled the world together, and became integral members of LAMP at UT-Austin, where members cherished the 1,000s of photos Gene took documenting activities. Gene was a lifelong organic gardener and advocate for fine craftsmanship and scratch-made whole foods. He reveled in teaching anyone who was interested how things work and shared freely of the things he made, including his famous Czech Lager from his homemade kegerator. After suffering a heart attack in 2022, he concentrated on his family even more. He was delighted when family gathered from far and wide to celebrate his 60th wedding anniversary and his 91st Christmas, even cooking the beef tenderloin at the center of the meal. In his final moments, Gene placed his family first, summoning the strength to share individual moments with many of those who loved him. He even managed to give Julia one last kiss before saying goodbye. The family is grateful to Ascension Seton Hospital and Compassus Hospice for the loving care they provided during Gene’s final days. Memorial donations may be made to the Cockrell School of Engineering Area of Greatest Need Fund at UT-Austin. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Memorial Oaks Chapel, 1306 West Main St., Brenham. To post a tribute to the family, please visit www.memorialoakschapel.com.

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Leon Wayne Conner

Aug 21, 1971 - Feb 07, 2024

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Austin, TX

Leon Wayne Conner, 52, of Killeen, Texas, beloved friend and human being, went to his heavenly home on February 7 2024, at Ascension Seaton Medical in Austin, Texas. He was born on August 21, 1971, in Dallas, Texas. With heavy hearts, we mourn the loss of a truly remarkable individual who left an indelible mark on the lives he touched.Leon's journey through life was filled with unique experiences and adventures. Early on, he traveled with a carnival and embraced the excitement of the unknown. However, when fate brought him to Killeen, he decided to make it his home. Little did he know that this decision would shape his legacy as a pillar of love and kindness within the community and to his friends.Known for his good-natured personality and infectious smile, Leon had an incredible ability to brighten any room he entered. He cherished spending time with his friends, whether it was watching movies or engaging in games that brought laughter echoing through the air. His heart filled with joy whenever he had the opportunity to connect with loved ones - always ready to welcome visitors with open arms.A fresh haircut held a special place in Leon's heart as it provided him an extra boost of confidence. It was evident that he took immense pride in presenting himself with grace and style. A true gentleman at heart.One particular passion that ignited Leon's soul was his love for animals. Their presence brought him immense comfort and solace throughout his life. Whether it was playing or simply being in their company, there was an unspoken bond between Leon and all creatures great and small.May we not forget Leon's unwavering devotion to his faith. He was a religious man who held immense love for his Lord and Savior. This love radiated through every action he took and every word he spoke. His steadfast belief guided him through life's challenges and uplifted his spirit. Beyond his captivating personality and meaningful connections, Leon also found solace in the simplicity of life's pleasures. Scratching off lottery tickets and browsing through local stores brought him moments of joy. In these seemingly mundane activities, he found a sense of contentment that spoke volumes about his character. He was a simple man. Leon Wayne Conner was a quiet soul with a heart of gold. He was a truly good person who left an enduring impact on all fortunate enough to have crossed paths with him. His compassion knew no bounds, extending kindness to strangers and friends alike.As we bid farewell to Leon Wayne Conner, let us celebrate the extraordinary life he lived. Though our hearts ache with grief, may we find solace in knowing that his legacy will live on in the memories we hold dear.

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Judy Louise Rogers Womack

Jul 20, 1938 - Feb 26, 2024

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Austin, TX

Judy Louise Rogers Womack passed away peacefully in Austin, TX, on February 26, 2024. She was born in Houston on July 20, 1938, to William Coland Rogers Sr., and Delia Merle Kleckley Rogers. Judy graduated from Bellaire High School and pursued further education at a business college. She began her professional career as an executive secretary at Tidewater Oil Company and Getty Oil Company and in later life fueled her passion for helping others by volunteering her services at several local elementary schools.Judy was known for her strong faith in God and living in accordance with his teachings, integrity, intelligence, kindness, and humor. She had a talent for baking delicious desserts and enjoyed exploring country towns. Judy's caring nature extended to all, always offering a helping hand or a listening ear to those in need. She valued life and cherished memories, evident in her collection of souvenirs like photos, letters, old newspapers, and antique goods.Cooking, ceramics, health reading, and writing heartfelt emails to loved ones were among Judy's favorite pastimes. She was indeed one of a kind, and her presence will be deeply missed.Judy is survived by her daughter, Jill Michelle Womack; granddaughters, Gabrielah Marie Womack Mabbun and Mikaylah Marella Womack Teesdale; sisters, La Nell Rogers Dunay Delia, Jean Rogers Allred, and Brenda Sue Rogers Such; brother, Claude Earl Rogers; and many other family members and friends.She was preceded in death by her parents, Delia Merle Kleckley Rogers and William Coland Rogers Sr., and siblings, William Coland Rogers Jr. and Ruth Carolyn Jones, as well as other deceased family members and friends.Judy's favorite flower was the tulip, in all its colors. In remembrance of her legacy, we kindly request that family and friends bring tulips as a tribute to her unconditional love, a quality that defined Judy's life.Funeral services for Judy Louise Rogers Womack will be held at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, March 3, 2024 at the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel. Interment to follow at Glenwood Cemetery. Visitation will be Saturday evening from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Callaway-Allee Funeral Home.Online condolences may be left at www.callawayallee.comCALLAWAY-ALLEE FUNERAL HOME

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Lupe Castillo Ojeda

Nov 11, 1933 - Feb 25, 2024

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Austin, TX

Lupe Castillo Ojeda, age 90, of austin, Texas passed away on Sunday, February 25, 2024. Full obituary pending.

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Joyce Ann Kussad

Jul 27, 1947 - Feb 27, 2024

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Austin, TX

Joyce Ann Kussad, age 76, passed away on Tuesday, February 27, 2024. Services for Joyce will be held on March 6, 2024, at Cook-Walden/Forest Oaks Funeral Home and Memorial Park, 6300 W William Cannon Dr Austin, TX 78749. Visitation will begin at 12:00 PM, followed by the Funeral Service at 1:00 PM, then a Committal at 2:00 PM.

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Dannie T. Waddle

Jan 14, 1931 - Feb 26, 2024

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Austin, TX

Dannie "Dan" T. Waddle of Austin, Texas passed away on Monday, February 26, 2024 at the age of 93. He was born on January 14, 1931 in Dallas, Texas, where he grew up with his beloved sister, Ava Jane Waddle. Dan attended Texas A&M University and graduated from SMU in 1952 with a BA Degree. After college graduation, he was commissioned into the US Air Force, where he flew several Jet Fighters over his thirty-year career and retired as a Full Colonel. Dan was actively involved in Tarrytown United Methodist Church, The Walk to Emmaus, and AA, where he proudly celebrated his 34th year of sobriety as a member of AA on January 19, 2024. He is preceded in death by his parents, Mary Pearl and Thad Waddle. He is survived by his wife, Phyllis Francis Waddle; children, Scott D. Waddle and Michelle Waddle Bunch; four adult grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. The family would like to thank Kathy Cody, Westminster Nurse Practitioner, and Dr. Michael Pelligrini for the care and compassion they showed Dan in his final days. Family and friends are invited to attend a Celebration of Life to be held in the near future at Tarrytown United Methodist Church in Austin, Texas. Dan’s ashes will be spread at the High Meadow on Mt. Crested Butte, Colorado and in Dallas, Texas.

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Saúl López Salazar

Feb 26, 1961 - Feb 26, 2024

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Austin, TX

Nuestro amado Saúl López Salazar, de 63 años, fue llamado a nuestro Padre Celestial el lunes 26 de febrero de 2024. A Saúl le sobreviven su amada esposa, María del Rosario Rentería; sus padres, Antonio López Piña y Juanita Salazar; sus hijos, Eliza López (May Díaz), Juan Antonio López (Paloma) y Saúl López-Rentería; sus queridos nietos, Joanna Díaz, Michael Díaz, Ricardo López, Izabella López y Luis Antonio López; sus hermanos, Jovita López, Antonio López, Humberto López, Luciano López, Guillermina López, Rodolfo López, Teresa López y Fernando López, así como numerosas sobrinas, sobrinos y otros queridos familiares y amigos. El velorio se llevará a cabo de 5:00 a 9:00 p.m. con Recitación del Santo Rosario a partir de las 7:00 p.m. el jueves 7 de marzo de 2024 en Mission Funeral Home - South Side, 6204 S. First St., Austin, Texas. La Misa de Requién comenzará a las 10:00 a.m. del viernes 8 de marzo de 2024 en la Iglesia Católica Sta. Julia, Lyon y Tillery St., Austin, Texas. Seguirá el entierro en el cementerio Capital Parks, Pflugerville, Texas. -------------------------- Our beloved Saul Lopez Salazar, age 63, was called to our Heavenly Father on Monday, February 26, 2024. Saul is survived by his loving wife, Maria del Rosario Renteria; his parents, Antonio Lopez Piña and Juanita Salazar; his children, Eliza Lopez (May Diaz), Juan Antonio Lopez (Paloma), and Saul Lopez-Renteria; his treasured grandchildren, Joanna Diaz, Michael Diaz, Ricardo Lopez, Izabella Lopez and Luis Antonio Lopez; his siblings, Jovita Lopez, Antonio Lopez, Humberto Lopez, Luciano Lopez, Guillermina Lopez, Rodolfo Lopez, Teresa Lopez, and Fernando Lopez, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, other loving family and friends. Visitation will be held from 5:00-9:00 p.m. with Recitation of Holy Rosary beginning at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 7, 2024 at Mission Funeral Home - South Side, 6204 S. First St., Austin, Texas. Mass of Christian Burial will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, March 8, 2024 at Sta. Julia Catholic Church, Lyon and & Tillery St., Austin, Texas. Interment will follow at Capital Parks Cemetery, Pflugerville, Texas.

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Toni Faye Conditt (Smith)

Jun 05, 1940 - Feb 25, 2024

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Austin, TX

Toni Faye Conditt (Smith) was born June 5 , 1940 in Austin, Texas to her loving parents Lyster Lafayette Conditt and Faye Chaney. She peacefully passed away February 25, 2024 at the age of 83. Toni is preceded in death by both parents, her husband Edward Joseph Smith, her daughter Kari Lee Smith, she is survived by her sons Anthony and Shayne Smith, as well as her grandchildren Christopher, Emily, Orlando, Jennifer, Celeste, Michael, Edward Joseph Smith II and Adam Joseph Johnson along with numerous great grandchildren. Toni’s Celebration of Life will be held at a future date.

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Danny K. Dobbs

Oct 28, 1955 - Feb 24, 2024

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Austin, TX

Danny K. Dobbs, age 68, passed away peacefully at his home in Austin, TX on February 24, 2024. He was in the presence of family and loved ones. Danny was born in Corpus Christi, Texas where he graduated from King High School and played tennis. He earned a tennis scholarship and graduated from Baylor University where he also majored in business and pre- law. He captained and played #1 on the Baylor tennis team and even reached a #1 ranking in the state of Texas and was ranked nationally. Following graduation Danny played on the pro tennis circuit for two years before moving to Dallas to become a teaching pro. Following his teaching career he followed his passion for tennis and started his own company, Dobbs Tennis Courts. 40+ years later Dobbs Tennis Courts is still thriving with some of its original employees who have become family. DTC currently has offices in both Dallas and Austin and is still being run by the family. Danny had a magnetic personality with a happy zest for life and he strived to live every day to the fullest. He was a loving father, grandfather, and husband who took great pride in providing for his family and others. Danny is survived by; mother Helen Dobbs Gaines, wife Barbara Dobbs, sisters; Jan Marsh, Judy Dobbs Gondzur and Joy Wood; his children Chad Dobbs and Julie Forbes and 5 beautiful grandchildren; Ryder, Anna, Charlie, Andrew, and Jayden. Services will be held March 5th, 2024 at 10 AM at Seaside Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, please donate to Tennis Success, Inc. Corpus Christi or the Alzheimer's Association. To to the family, please

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Antonia Diaz Robledo

Jun 09, 1939 - Feb 23, 2024

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Austin, TX

Our beloved Antonia Diaz Robledo, age 84, was called by our Heavenly Father on February 23, 2024. She was born June 9, 1939 in Austin, Texas.Antonia, worked at Anthony's Cleaners & Laundry, where she was known as 'Toni'. She worked with her amazing boss, Charlotte, together hand in hand for many years. The customers loved her beautiful smile every time they came in. She knew all the regulars by name and exactly what they wanted, which they especially loved that she was on top of her game.Our beautiful Nana, loved music, dancing, tacos and Michael Salgado.She was always willing to extend a helping hand to all those around her and kept everyone on their toes with that precious, "Let me tell You finger" and that "You better listen look". Our boss was very straightforward and for that we are all very grateful. She leaves us with her trademark of the Peace fingers and her statement "Shit or get off the pot".She was preceded in death by her Parents, Jose Guadalupe and Amelia Ybarra Diaz, Husband, Crispin Robledo, her Son, Joe Almaguer, Son-In-Law, Eric Benavides, Brothers, Guadalupe Diaz, Max Diaz, and Sisters, Manuela Bessie Garcia, Reyes Martinez, Janie Salazar, Victoria BerronAntonia is survived by Sons, Ben Almaguer (Rita Ramon), Emilio Almaguer Jr., Robert Almaguer (Irma Wilborn); her Daughter, Barbara Benavides; Sister, Mary Olgine, 13 grandchildren, 31 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.Loved by many, gone to soon.This is not a goodbye, but definitely an I'll see you later.We Love You Mom, Grandma, Nana, Sister, Tia, you will forever live in our heart'sThe family will receive friends from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm on Thursday, February 29, 2024, at Harrell Funeral Home of Austin. A rosary will be recited at 6:00 pm.A graveside service will be held at 10:00 am on Friday, March 1, 2024, at Assumption Cemetery, Austin under the direction of Harrell Funeral Homes.

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