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Lorenzo Molinar

Dec 03, 1968 - Nov 22, 2023

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Austin, TX

We come together today to honor and remember the life of Lorenzo Jr. Molinar, affectionately known as Charles, who passed away on November 22, 2023, in Austin, Texas. Born on December 3, 1968, in El Paso, Texas, Charles was a warm and vibrant presence in the lives of all who knew him, leaving a lasting legacy of kindness and dedication. Charles was the beloved son of Lupita Eisenmenger and stepson to Micheal Eisenmenger. His close-knit family included his sister, Lorraine M. Carter, along with m...Read More

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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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Andrew (Andy) Lawrence Meyer

Jun 07, 1928 - Feb 22, 2024

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Austin, TX

Andrew (Andy) Lawrence Meyer Andy passed in his sleep early Thursday February 22, 2024, from natural causes. He lived a full life and will be missed greatly by his family, friends, coworkers, and all that were fortunate to have met him.Andrew L. Meyer was born in Lake Charles Louisiana. He attended Lake Charles High School and graduated from Landry Memorial. At an early age, he was fascinated by aircraft and gained a keen interest in aviation. As a young man in Lake Charles, he managed to hop a ride in an open cockpit biplane trainer and the natural sequence of events found Andy entering the Airforce in July 1949. He was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant and began his pilot career. He flew aircraft such as the T-6 advanced trainer, B-25 twin engine bomber, the B-17 bomber, the RB-29 and the RB-50. His tour of duty was with the 55TH Strategic Reconnaissance Wing stationed out of Barksdale Airforce base near Shreveport Louisiana. It was at this station that Andy met his wife, of 73 years, Marjorie Montgomery. Andy and Marjorie were married in January of 1951. Tour of duty took Andy to different hemispheres of the globe. He was stationed in Louisiana, Kansas, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Alaska, Japan, England, and Germany. After several years of service, Andy separated from the Airforce and began family life, initially in Lake Charles and then moved to Shreveport and finally to Austin, Texas.Andy and Marjorie settled in Austin and raised a family of three boys and one girl. As a father and husband, he was a disciplined provider, loving companion and good buddy. He and the family enjoyed outdoor activities such as camping, boating, fishing, hunting and of course attending the local airshows. He was a “Longhorn” fan and followed the “Cowboys”. He coached his boys in little league baseball and attended their track meets and football games as well. Andy maintained a large collection of aviation history books and spent countless hours building aircraft models with his boys and explaining the physics of flight.Andy’s professional career saw him work for 38 years at Graybar Electrical, a nationally known top tier electrical solutions and component supply company. During his career with Graybar, he worked in both sales and warehouse supply. Coworkers remember him as a terrific leader in the office as he spent countless hours helping the newer employees with product knowledge and patiently explaining the proper ways to handle business. He was a great mentor and a great friend.Andy was an Airforce and aviation historian. He sought out and found other Airforce pilots and related associations around the country. He became a goodfellow of the “Quiet Birdmen” and a member of the “Order of Daedalians”. He and Marjorie would travel to various cities and towns within Texas and around the U.S. to participate in Airforce pilot reunions. Andy was known as one of the communicators that kept the ties between the retired airmen.Andy is survived by his wife Marjorie, his sons Kirk, Karl, Steven, and daughter Kathy. He has several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. His sister Florence lives in Lake Charles and has many children and grand kids, and all have been part of Andy’s wonderful life. Visitation 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm on Saturday, March 2, 2024 at Beck Funeral Home, 15709 Ranch Road 620, Austin, TX 78719 with Funeral Service to begin at 2:00 pm.Interment to follow at Capital Parks Cemetery, 14501 North IH 35, Pflugerville, TX78660.

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William Paul Wright

Jan 18, 1953 - Feb 23, 2024

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Austin, TX

William Paul WrightJanuary 18, 1953 – February 23, 2024On February 23, our angel, William Paul Wright, was called to be by God’s side as he had earned his wings and was lifted to the heavens.William (Beebo), 71, passed away suddenly after a brief illness. He was born in Corpus Christi and attended St. Patrick’s, Hamlin, and WB Ray High School. His early career started in the oil fields followed by a long standing career in construction specializing in painting and dry wall in the Corpus Christi and Austin area.He is preceded in his death by his father and mother, Paul and Emma Wright; sisters Teresa, Mary Kennie, and Michelle Wright; and Aunt and Uncle Nann and George Pritchard.Beebo enjoyed life and all of God’s creations. He shared in those each day with all his friends and family.He is survived by his daughter Shannon (Chris) Haywood, Austin; sons Shane and Shawn (Tian), Austin, and several grandchildren and great grandchildren. He is also survived by his sisters, Nann Wright, Leander; Barbara (Kevin) Kemp, Austin; brothers Fred (Kay) Wright, San Antonio; Paul Wright, Corpus Christi; Jay (Beverly) Wright, Conroe; Mark (Cristina) Wright, Mathis as well as many nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews.He will forever be remembered for his great sense of humor and his love of family which will now comfort him in God’s garden.Services will be held at Beck Funeral Chapel in Cedar Park at 10:00 a.m. Saturday with a Celebration of Life following at Serrano’s Restaurant, 1900 E. Whitestone in Cedar Park.

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Judy Louise Rogers Womack

Jul 20, 1938 - Feb 26, 2024

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Austin, TX

Judy Louise Rogers Womack, age 85, passed away Monday, February 26, 2024 in Austin. She was born July 20, 1938 in Houston to parents, William Coland Rogers, Sr. and Delia Merle Kleckley Rogers.Funeral services for Judy Louise 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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Alice Lorraine Garza

Dec 03, 1922 - Feb 24, 2024

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Austin, TX

Alice Lorraine Garza, age 101, of Austin, Texas passed away on Saturday, February 24, 2024. Full obituary to follow.

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Wilma June Sharon

Jun 13, 1941 - Feb 23, 2024

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Austin, TX

Wilma June Sharon, 82, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Friday, February 23, 2024, after her fight with Kidney Failure and Dementia. June was born in Waco, TX and raised in Austin, TX. Graduated from Stephen F. Austin High School in 1959 and attended The University of Texas from September of 1959 – May 1960. She retired after 31 years with Southwestern Bell (SBC). June went on to work at various places including Congress Avenue Baptist Church, The State of Texas, and Fellowship Church Austin. She loved working and spreading her love to all. June was loved by so many, and there wasn’t a life or heart she didn’t touch by her beautiful smile and genuine love for the Lord. He just flowed through her. In her spare time, June loved to sing and play games. She loved watching football and baseball. Her favorite teams were the Texas Longhorns, the Cowboys, and the Texas Rangers. June’s favorite saying was “If you pay attention, like I pay attention, you always pay attention”. But most of all she loved the Lord and her Family. June loved being Maw-Maw and Grandma Willie. June is preceded in death by her husband of 13 years, William “Bill” Sharon, her parents Harry and Ruth Pesnell, Sister Wynann Pesnell Martin, Brother Jim Pesnell, Brother Tom Pesnell. She is survived by her children, Jim Jordan, Jeffrey and Kari Jordan, and Janet Jordan Herrera. Grandchildren Alana Jordan, Ethan Jordan, Tristan Jordan, Kyle and Missy McConnell, Jeffrey and Hannah Jordan, Jordan Nitsche, Jackson Herrera, and Jessica Herrera; Great Grandchildren Ty McConnell, Jacob McConnell, Oliver Jordan and Atticus Jordan. Her Siblings Joyce Pesnell Rachuig and husband Robert, John Pesnell and wife Sandra, Brother-in-Law Kent Martin, Sister-In-Law Nita Pesnell, Sister-In-Law Linda Pesnell, and numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews. Her bonus family, Paula and Doug Meyers, Bill and Shannon Sharon, Margie and Jim Virdell, Brother-in-Law Larry Sharon and many Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren, whom she loved so much. Pallbearers are: Jim Jordan, Jeff Jordan, Kyle McConnell, Ethan Jordan, Jeffrey Jordan, Tristan Jordan, Jackson Herrera, Ty McConnell, and Jacob McConnell There will be a visitation held on Wednesday, March 6, 2024, from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home, located at 14501 North Interstate 35, Pflugerville, Texas. The funeral service will be held Thursday, March 7, 2024, at 10:00 am at Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home, located at 14501 North Interstate 35, Pflugerville, Texas. Committal will follow at Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Cemetery in Pflugerville, Texas.

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Suzy Millar Miller

Nov 24, 1948 - Feb 08, 2024

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Austin, TX

Suzy Millar Miller, 75, of Georgetown, Texas, passed away on Thursday, February 8th, 2024, at a hospital in Austin, Texas. She was the beloved wife of Chuck, and loving mother of Julie Ann and Carl “CC” Clinton Millar. Suzy retired from IBM as an auditor and technical writer. She kept busy in her retirement continuing as a Lifetime Member of the West Licking Historical Society, Pickerington-Violet Township Historical Society, as well as the Reynoldsburg-Truro Historical Society (RTHS), where she held the office for many, many decades as the Corresponding Secretary on the Board of Directors. Her five-part series “A Walk Down Main Street” was shared and read by over 28,185 people. She served as the pianist for the Reynoldsburg High School Chorus throughout her entire high school career and was the accompanist for the youth choir at the United Methodist Church. Music has always been an important part of her life. Suzy was a past Regent for the Mathias Ridenour Chapter of the National Society for the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR). She is very proud of her heritage as evidenced by the DAR emblem on the back of her tombstone. She met with Girl Scout Troop 505 whenever she came to town. They were formed in the 1950s when the girls were Brownies, and their leaders were Polly Cornell and Nina Bennett. After the girls flew from Brownies to Girl Scouts, they remained Scouts until they graduated from High School in 1966. Suzy’s mother, Maebelle was a Scout leader for the 1964 graduating class age group. Suzy’s claim to fame came in the form of a frog. February 2nd was known to all her friends and her entire family as the official Ground Frog’s Day. There was a celebration every year. After 40 years of Frog parties, the final Ground Frog Party was held on February 4, 2012. In her last newsletter story, she recommended that we should each start our own holiday. She said, “It can be about a collection of items, a special family date, or anything we choose. The important point is to keep it consistent and not a traditional holiday, so it becomes a personal time that reminds people of you and how you care for those around you.” Suzy is survived by her son, Carl Clinton Miller, nephews, Brian and Chris Millar, and many cousins, including Sharon (Cosner) Sellitto. She was preceded in death by her father, Paul Clinton Millar in 1984, her brother, Michael Paul Millar in 1991; mother, Maebelle Leona (Weber) Millar in 1998, her daughter, Julie Ann Miller in 2000, and her devoted husband, Charles (Chuck) William Miller in 2010.She will be buried in the Odd Fellows Cemetery, Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas, USA. A visitation will be held Saturday, March 2, 2024 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at Cook-Walden Davis Funeral Home, 2900 Williams Drive, Georgetown, Texas. In lieu of flowers, donations may be submitted in Suzy’s memory to: the Reynoldsburg-Truro Historical Society, PO Box 144, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068-0144 Suzy may be gone, but she will never be forgotten. Her legacy will live on forever. What she gave to this community is more precious than gold. She gave us her stories, her background, her memories, and most importantly, her friendship.

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James Lowell Zimmermann

Feb 03, 1935 - Feb 27, 2024

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Austin, TX

James Lowell Zimmermann, age 89, of Austin, Texas passed away on Tuesday, February 27, 2024. A visitation for James will be held Sunday, March 3, 2024 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Cook-Walden Funeral Home, 6100 North Lamar, Austin, TX 78752. A funeral service will occur Monday, March 4, 2024 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM at Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1500 W Anderson Ln., Austin, TX 78757. A graveside service will occur Tuesday, March 5, 2024 from 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM at Rehburg Cemetery, 4450 FM 1948, Burton, TX 77835.

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Mary Nell Gray Hall

Dec 11, 1925 - Feb 23, 2024

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Austin, TX

Mary Nell Gray Hall passed away on February 23, 2024, in Austin, Texas, after a joyous, full life of 98 years. Zane Bruce Hall, her loving husband of 64 years, predeceased her in 2013. She is survived by her brother, Henry Alton Gray (Billie); her children, Nancy Hall Einhorn (Kenneth) and Donald Roy Hall (Heather); her grandchildren, Daphne Einhorn, Lauren Einhorn, Charlotte Einhorn, Allison Hall, and Graham Hall; her sister-in-law, Joyce Gray; and numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews. Mary Nell was born in Lytle, Texas, on December 11, 1925, the second oldest of seven children. Her parents, Gladys Velma McNiel and William McMurrian Gray, both belonged to pioneering families in Atascosa County, Texas. After graduating from Lytle High School in 1942, Mary Nell worked as the Youth Director at Travis Park United Methodist Church in San Antonio. She met Bruce Hall there in 1946. They married on August 27, 1949. Both attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, and Mary Nell graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 1952. After graduation, Mary Nell worked for the personnel department of Texas Instruments in Dallas and New York City. Later she was Assistant to the President of the Graduate Research Center of Southwestern Medical Center. She also served as President of the Dallas Rose Society. After Mary Nell and Bruce retired, they settled in Austin and spent summers in Livingston, Montana. She worshipped at Northaven United Methodist Church in Dallas and Holbrook United Methodist Church in Livingston. She was a loving wife, caring mother, and beloved grandmother. She deeply valued her friends and nurtured many close connections for decades. She remained close with generations of Gray and McNiel family members and loved returning to visit the Gray family farm where she was born. A memorial service to celebrate her life will be held in Dallas later this year. Her remains will be interred alongside her husband Bruce at Greenwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts can be made to The Mary Nell Gray Hall Endowed Scholarship Fund at Southern Methodist University (giving.smu.edu).

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Ardelle Esther Mandell

Jul 22, 1927 - Feb 25, 2024

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Austin, TX

Ardelle Esther Mandell, 96 years young passed quietly in her Austin home on Tuesday, February 25, 2024. Ardelle was the daughter of Raymond and Erna Pett and is survived by her caring sister Barbara, her favorite daughter Lee, her loving daughters Beth, Kathleen, and Ela, her devoted sons-in-law Giovanni and Alfonso, her adoring grandchildren Alexa, Mercedes, Kinsey, Robert and Stephanie, her great grandchildren Luke and Olivia, her great, great grandchild Laila and several nieces; and nephews. Ardelle was born in Detroit, Michigan where she met the love of her life Robert Mandell - they were married in 1958 and enjoyed an amazing life together with their four daughters and their extended families until Robert's untimely death in 1979. Ardelle was an avid bowler, expert snow skier and for many years shared her love of reading by teaching adults to read through the Barbara Bush Literacy program. Ardelle was a kind, loving, gracious and caring wife, mother, sister, aunt, and friend to many. Family was one of the most: important things to Ardelle beginning with raising her brothers and sisters and caring for her father, to always ensuring that family stay connected whether through trips to Cedar Point and Perch Lake or hosting holiday gatherings. Ardelle loved her family a bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck. A celebration of life will be held at the Ottawa Hills Memorial Park in Toledo, Ohio at a later date. Ardelle requested that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Meals on Wheels Central Texas or to your local Meals on Wheels. A heart is not judged by how much you love but by how much you were loved by others. -The Wizard of Oz.

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