Austin Obituaries

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  • 7 hrs ago | via Lockhart Post Register 

    Lawrence Schaefer

    Lawrence Schaefer, 80, of Lockhart, passed away on Feb. 27, 2015. He was born on Nov. 27, 1934 in Niederwald, Texas to Egon and Lillie Schaefer.He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Yolanda Schaefer; two brothers, Rudolph and Hilbert Schaefer; and sister, Lillian Schaefer.


  • 11 hrs ago | via Mount Vernon Optic-Herald 

    Dudley M. Thomas

    Funeral services for Dudley M. Thomas will be at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 8 at the First United Methodist Church of Mount Vernon.


  • Wednesday | via 

    Adelina G. Pena

    San Diego, Texas- Adelina G. Pena, lovingly known as "Lillie", joined her husband and daughter in the heavenly journey with our Lord on March 2, 2015 after celebrating her 95th birthday. Lillie, a loving and giving wife, daughter, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt and friend, was born on March 1, 1920 in the ranch community called "La Copita" in Concepcion, Texas to Ramon D. and Leonor S. Garcia where she grew up and went to school.


  • Wednesday | via The Wilson County News 

    Lloyd Allen Luker

    Found: Male Heeler dog, on County Road 307, La Vernia, very friendly to people and other dogs. If he's yours call 830-391-5046.


  • Wednesday | via Burnet Bulletin 

    Jessie D. Martin

    Jessie D. Martin, 91 passed away on Feb.18, 2015. She was born in Pottsboro, Texas, on Aug. 18, 1923, to parents George and Virginia Mattheuss.


  • Sunday Mar 1 | via The Daily Gazette 

    Charles E. Stomberg

    He was born Jan. 24, 1953, in Oregon, the son of Charles and Donna Jean Stomberg. He was a longtime maintenance employee at Woodhaven Lakes near Sublette.


  • Friday Feb 27 | via Austin American Statesman 

    Richard Finnell, early Shiva's Headband drummer, die...

    Richard Finnell, who played drums with pioneering Austin psychedelic rock band Shiva's Headband in the late 1960s before embarking on a journalism career that included many years as the adviser of the University of Texas student newspaper The Daily Texan, died Saturday, Feb. 21, at his home in Austin. He was 69. Born in McAllen, Finnell graduated from the University of Texas and was a member of Shiva's Headband when the group recorded "Take Me to the Mountains," a 1969 release on Capitol Records that was one of the first major-label releases to come out of Austin.


  • Thursday Feb 26 | via Insight News 

    Reflections: James Shelton Jr.

    Mr. Shelton, Jr. was born Nov. 12, 1937 to the late James Shelton, Sr. and the late Alma Shelton of Metarie, La. Formerly married to Joyce Berfect Shelton, Shelton Jr. is survived by their five children William Welden , Monica Wendell, Alicia Warren and Wolanda Shelton.


  • Thursday Feb 26 | via Lockhart Post Register 

    Wanda Crozier

    On Feb. 20, 2015 our beloved Mother, Grandmother and Sister, Wanda "Jolene" Crozier, departed this earth.Left behind to cherish her memory are her sons, Robert C. "Bob" Walker of Cedar Park and James "Jim" Walker of Round Rock.


  • Monday Feb 23 | via Cleveland Daily Banner 

    Hazel G. Bacon

    Hazel G. Bacon, 90, a resident of Georgetown, went home to be with her Lord and Savior Thursday morning, Feb. 19, 2015. She passed away at a local health care facility with her loving family by her side.


  • Sunday Feb 22 | via Cleveland Daily Banner 

    Hazel G. Bacon

    Hazel G. Bacon, 90, resident of Georgetown, went home to be with her Lord and Savior, Thursday morning, Feb. 19, 2015. She passed away at a local health care facility with her loving family by her side.


  • Saturday Feb 21 | via The Daily Record 

    Rebecca Moore, 95, Wooster

    Rebecca P. Moore, beloved wife of the late Ralph H. Moore; dear mother of Roland T. Moore of Cleveland, Rosalie "Rosie" Moore of West Vancouver, B.C., Canada and Kent, and Ruth E. Moore of Austin, Texas. Suggested donations in her name to The Cleveland Orchestra, Severance Hall, 11001 Euclid Ave., Cleveland 44106 to honor her love of music; or The Judson Foundation, Judson Park Annual Fund, 1890 East 107th St., Cleveland 44106 to honor her love for the community where she lived and thrived since 2001.


  • Wednesday Feb 18 | via KPLC-TV Lake Charles 

    Police: Boyfriend of Longview woman found dead in Au...

    An East Texas woman was shot and killed Tuesday in Cedar Park, and Wednesday night, police made an arrest in the case. Adam Richard Solis was arrested Wednesday in the death of Katie Lanell Eager, 24, of Longview, who was found dead in her apartment of apparent gunshot wounds.


  • Tuesday Feb 17 | via Lockhart Post Register 

    Annmarie Niemann

    Annmarie Niemann was born in Staten Island, N.Y., on March 28, 1947. She graduated high school and went to college to receive her real estate license.


  • Thursday Feb 12 | via 

    University Leaders Disagree on Allowing Guns on Campus

    As Texas lawmakers kicked off a hearing on two high-profile gun bills, they heard dueling views from the chancellors of the state's two flagship university systems on whether allowing concealed handguns would affect campus safety. A crowd of Second Amendment rights activists, survivors of gun violence, students, concerned parents, and law enforcement officers showed up at the Texas Capitol By late afternoon, testimony had gone on for six hours and the Senate State Affairs Committee hearing wasn't over.


  • Monday Feb 9 | via The Advocate 

    Benson granddaughter Dawn says family dispute over S...

    Advocate staff photo by MATTHEW HINTON--New Orleans Saints owner Tom Benson and Gayle Benson waves to the crowd before a preseason game between the New Orleans Saints and the Tennessee Titans at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, La. Friday, Aug. 15, 2014.


  • Saturday Feb 7 | via KXAN-TV Austin 

    Beloved Austin musician, actor Tim Curry dies

    A beloved local musician has died following a short battle with cancer. Tim Curry died early Saturday morning in San Antonio, friends told KXAN.


  • Tuesday Feb 3 | via People 

    Monty Oum, Animator for Rooster Teeth, Dies at 33

    Monty Oum, an admired Web animator known for his work with Rooster Teeth , died on Sunday, 10 days after having a severe allergic reaction to a medical procedure, the production studio said. He was 33. Rooster Teeth honored Oum, famous for his work on the Web series Red vs. Blue and RWBY , with a post on their website .


  • Jan 28, 2015 | via Republican-Leader 

    Marjorie Flaby, 84, of Preston

    She graduated from Austin High School and completed one year at Austin Community College. She then worked as a secretary for Hormel.


  • Jan 7, 2015 | via Marin Independent Journal 

    Ted Oa Connell, guitarist with the Treble Makers ban...

    The Marin music community was shocked and saddened by the unexpected death of Ted O'Connell of San Anselmo, a guitarist with the popular Treble Makers band. Mr. O'Connell's body was found in his bed on Saturday, hours before the Treble Makers were to play their regular Saturday morning gig for the bicycle and breakfast crowd at Marin Coffee Roasters in San Anselmo.