Austin Obituaries

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  • 4 hrs ago | via Daily Mail 

    Nurse, 46, dies after falling from hoist on medical ...

    Kristin McLain became detached from the hoist Monday night while retrieving a woman who had fallen in the Barton Creek Greenbelt A nurse has died after falling from a hoist on a medical helicopter while rescuing a woman from a hiking trail in Austin, Texas. Kristin McLain, 46, became detached from the hoist Monday night while retrieving the woman who had fallen in to the Barton Creek Greenbelt.


  • 8 hrs ago | via PR Log 

    Doorway Into Light: a Talk with Rev Bodhi Be

    Death talk on Maui ... you don't hear about this combination everyday. Tune in as we talk about what Bodhi is up to - The Death Store, ocean burials, living ... just to name a few things.


  • 20 hrs ago | via The Beaumont Enterprise 

    1880s serial killer still haunts Austin

    Mollie Smith , 25, was murdered at 901 W. Pecan Street, at the residence of W.K. Hall.


  • Friday Apr 24 | via Austin American Statesman 

    Austin artist Francis Tsai, who worked on despite AL...

    Francis Tsai works on a piece of digital art in his Austin home in 2013. Photo by Ralph Barrera / AMERICAN-STATESMAN Digital artist Francis Tsai, who for the last years of his life used eye-tracking technology he helped refine to continue creating his science fiction-themed artwork, has died.


  • Tuesday Apr 21 | via KXAN-TV Austin 

    Andrea Sloan a Right To Trya bill approved in House

    The Republican-controlled House on Tuesday preliminarily passed "Right to Try" legislation that would give patients access to drugs awaiting approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The Senate has already approved a similar measure.


  • Sunday Apr 19 | via 

    Samantha Amy 'Sam' Michaud, 17

    A celebration of her life will take place Wednesday, April 22 at Amazing Things Arts Center on Wednesday, April 22. She was a gifted artist who loved music, singing, playing the piano, keyboards and drums, and performed in several events at Beacon High School. Her warm heart and positive spirit blessed all who came in contact with her.


  • Sunday Apr 19 | via The Indianapolis Star 

    Natalie Ann McClelland Tobin

    Natalie was born December 10, 1940 and lived in Speedway, IN and Indianapolis, before moving to Austin 6-1/2 years ago.


  • Friday Apr 17 | via Herald-Citizen 

    William Walters

    A Celebration of Life service for William Stokes "Willie" Walters Jr. will be held from 4-7 p.m. on Saturday, April 18, at 206 W. Hoyt, Monterey. A prayer service will also be conducted at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, with Dr. Charles McCaskey officiating.


  • Wednesday Apr 15 | via KCBD-TV Lubbock 

    Homeless men clean Lubbock playa lake

    However, when he got laid off recently and after his wife passed away, he found himself homeless on the street. He made his way to Lubbock and pitched camp at a playa lake behind Stripes on 50th St. and Ave A about a month ago.


  • Tuesday Apr 14 | via PR Log 

    'Meet Me By the River' - Aliyah Alexander

    Diagnosed in 2003 with a progressive form of multiple sclerosis, Aliyah is a quadriplegic. She recently published her book describing her healing journey describing her regenerative experience of living with a degenerative illness.


  • Monday Apr 13 | via 

    O. Herve Fortin

    O. Herve Fortin, age 86, and lifelong resident of New Bedford, died unexpectedly of natural causes Thursday, April 9, 2015 in New Bedford, surrounded by his loving family. He was the son of Ovila and Blanche Fortin.  Mr. Fortin was a member of St. Lawrence Parish and the Howland Chapter of the Veteran's association and served over 30 years in the Army National Guard.


  • Monday Apr 13 | via CultureMap 

    Austin City Limits founder Bill Arhos dies at age 80

    KVUE - Longtime KLRU station executive and Austin City Limits founder Bill Arhos has died. He was 80 years old.


  • Monday Apr 13 | via KUT-FM Austin 

    Austin City Limits Creator Bill Arhos Dies at 80

    Arhos said he produced the show's initial for $12,000 after writing a proposal to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Austin City Limits co-founder Bill Arhos, who was instrumental in the development of the longest-running music program in the nation's history, passed away over the weekend.


  • Monday Apr 13 | via Myrtle Beach Online 

    John Legend launches campaign to end mass incarceration

    Be sure to include your name, daytime phone number, address, name and phone number of legal next-of-kin, method of payment, and the name of the funeral home/crematory to contact for verification of death. Legend says FREE AMERICA is a multiyear initiative.


  • Friday Apr 10 | via 

    Survivors of 2009 Fort Hoodattack receive Purple Hearts

    AUSTIN, Texas- A top Army commander says he hopes that Purple Hearts awarded to dozens of survivors and relatives of soldiers who died in the 2009 Fort Hood shooting gives them closure. The ceremony Friday took place on the sprawling Texas military post where an Army psychiatrist opened fire on unarmed soldiers and killed 13 people.


  • Thursday Apr 9 | via The Daily Herald 

    Carl Louis Gessner

    Carl Louis Gessner, 92, of Delphos passed away peacefully Wednesday at St. Rita's Medical Center surrounded by his loving family. His Family... He was born Dec. 28, 1922, in Delphos to Carl F. and Gertrude Gessner, who preceded him in death.


  • Wednesday Apr 8 | via Missourian 

    Stephen M. Goodwin loved hot air ballooning, the St....

    He served in the U.S. Navy Reserves on the USS Princeton for two years. He worked as a night supervisor for the Columbia Municipal Power Plant for the last 25 years and was a member of the Boone County Fire Protection District.


  • Wednesday Apr 8 | via The Cuero Record, Cuero, Texas 

    Edythe Marie Gansow Lemke

    Edythe Marie Gansow Lemke of Yorktown passed from this world Easter Sunday, April 5, 2015.


  • Tuesday Apr 7 | via Visalia Times-Delta 

    Schonauer, Alvin Ray

    March 14, 2015 Tulare Alvin "Al" Schonauer passed away Saturday March 14, 2015 at the age of 90. He was born to Harvey D. and Bertha Schonauer July 5, 1924 in Coshocton, Ohio. Al served his country for 5 years in the US Navy and was part of the recovery at Pearl Harbor and Midway Island.


  • Monday Apr 6 | via The London Free Press 

    Arkansas woman dies at 116 after 6-day reign as worl...

    Gertrude Weaver is pictured Camden, Arkansas in this undated handout photo obtained by Reuters April 1, 2015. REUTERS/Silver Oaks Health and Rehabilitation Facility/Handout via Reuters AUSTIN, Texas - Gertrude Weaver, who last week became the world's oldest-known living person, has died at the age of 116 at a senior care facility in Arkansas, officials said on Monday.