Obituaries

Thu
18
May

STRATTON FLETT

Stratton was born on May 13 in Kansas City, Missouri, to Loretta June (Gilmore) Flett and Monte Randolph Flett. He is pre-deceased by them.  He is survived by his wife, Shannon Malloy-Flett, daughter, Misty Eranae Flett-Singleton, and husband Bryan, two grandchildren, Lilah and Loretta Quinn, all of Springfield, Oregon, and son, Stratton James Flett of San Francisco, California. Stratton leaves a brother, Randy (Norma) Flett, Seattle, Washington, and four nephews Eric, David, Brian, and Adam Flett.   Stratton’s sister, Cathy (David) Frost, Utopia, Texas, and two nephews and a niece, Caine and Travis Frost and Courtney Marcrum, hold memories of trips to Texas to visit Uncle Stratt. Stratton also leaves four additional nephews and four other nieces from South Dakota and Colorado.

He was employed as a roofing representative for Tremco, Inc., later RPM from December 5, 1984 until April 30, 2016.

Fri
12
May

Obits May 11, 2017

 

Patricia Eldridge, a resident of Wimberley, passed away Sunday, March 26, 2017 at the age of 62. Her family held a memorial service in her honor on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at Old Glory Ranch (3633 River Rd.) in Wimberley. For more information, call Thomason Funeral Home at (512) 847-2226 or visit www.thomasonfuneralhome.com to sign the guest book.

John “Jack” Robert Martin, Jr., a resident of Bellville, Texas, passed away Monday, April 1, 2017 at the age of 89. His family held a mass of Christian burial at Saint Mary Catholic Church in Wimberley on Thursday, April 4, 2017. Interment followed at Saint Mary Catholic Cemetery. For more information, call Thomason Funeral Home at (512) 847-2226 or visit www.thomasonfuneralhome.com to sign the guest book.

Thu
07
Jul

Carter, HC

Carter, HC

HC Carter, 82, passed away in his sleep and slipped into eternal life with the Lord on Sunday Eve the 26th of June 2016.  He was born July 17, 1933 in Mexia, Texas.  

 

Sun
05
Jun

Barbara Dees

Barbara Lynn Dees

Barbara Lynn Dees 55 of Driftwood, TX lost her battle with Pulmonary Fibrosis on May 22,                        2016 in the comfort of her home surrounded by family and friends. Barbara was born October 3, 1960 in Ojai, CA to Kenneth Albert Dees and Marjorie Jean Jasper both preceded her in death.

Barbara's greatest joys, and she would say her greatest accomplishments, were being a Mom, Grandma, Sister, Aunt and Friend. She loved her family with all her heart and loved having everyone together for food, fun, games, and Cake! She was a huge supporter of the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation and the work they are doing to find a cure for Pulmonary Fibrosis.
She loved to buy and sell vintage and antique jewelry and find interesting pieces to give to her family and friends.

Wed
23
Mar

Susan Q. Lehr

Susan Q. Lehr died March 1, in Austin, Texas at the age of 88.  She is survived by her husband, Marvin, of almost 60 years of marriage; sister Cecelia and husband Joe of Bolton Landing, NY, sons, Ted and wife Joanna of Dripping Springs, TX, Steve and partner Richard of Starksboro, VT; Mike and wife Kathy of Bath, OH, and Bob of Austin, TX; grandsons Janek and wife Zeineb of Austin, TX; Robert of Dripping Springs, TX and numerous nieces and nephews.

 

Wed
13
Jan

Elaine Helen Sherrell

Elaine Helen Sherrell, age 79, of Dripping Springs, TX, passed out of this life into the arms of her Lord on Saturday January 9th at South Austin Medical Center in Austin, Texas.

She was born to Ted and Mae Wojtowicz on March 8th, 1936 in Chicago, Illinois.

She grew up in Chicago, Illinois, but has also lived in Michigan, California, Colorado, Alaska, and Texas. She raised three children, and is also loved and claimed by three step-children. She surrendered her life to Christ in 1976 and has faithfully served in numerous ministries and churches throughout the Austin area. Most recently, she has served with her husband at Blanco First Assembly of God in Blanco, TX, and supported her husband’s involvement with Honor Bound Motor Ministries.

Wed
13
Jan

Commander Wayne L. Hughes

In Memory of 

Commander Wayne L. Hughes

Date of Birth: June 26, 1928

Date of Death: Dec 31, 2015

 

The following was written by Craig Kissock of Travis Settlement

 

For me to honor Bud, one must first understand the kind of relationship we shared. I’m sure that anyone that ever overheard any of our phone conversations would have thought “how in the world do two guys find that much to laugh about’” Let’s just say that we experienced more laughs than any two guys should ever be able to have, when they are stone cold sober. So, everyone better put on their seat belts. Bud would not have wanted it, any other way.

Wed
04
Nov

Julien Mastelotto

Julien Mastelotto of Dripping Springs, Texas passed unexpectedly in a single-car crash early Wednesday morning (October 21, 2015). 

 

Born in Chico, California, Jules’ love of the beach and surfing brought her to Sydney, Australia for more than twenty years where she worked as an actress, model and voiceover artist. Eventually she moved to Dripping Springs, Texas to be closer to her cherished family. Using her unique vision of beauty, she had a refined selection of clothing in her boutique store: Mermaid from Bohemia located in Lone Star Gifts on Mercer Street. Soft spoken and kind hearted Jules was a treasure to the community, also taking care of several children as a nanny, and doing volunteer work for the elderly. 

 

Wed
07
Oct

Michael Robert Quay

Michael Robert Quay passed away on September 27, 2015. He was 28 years old.  Michael was born to Susan Elizabeth Quay and Michael Edwin Shaffer of Schenectady, NY in 1986. 

Wed
07
Oct

Burton Collier Andrus

Burton Collier Andrus was born on April 27, 1930 to Nelson and Mildred Andrus in Pierpont, South Dakota. He died at home, surrounded by the people he loved on September 26th, 2015.  He was preceded in death by two brothers and a sister; Nelson (Bud), Clinton and Kathryn. 

      As a young man, Burt kept beehives and enjoyed giving and selling honey in Minneapolis.  He never liked school but remembered everything he learned. He studied agriculture at the University of Minnesota, worked cattle in South Dakota, was a combat veteran of the Korean War, and founder and president of Andrus Equipment in Southern California. Along the way, he had a crush on Sonya, loved Elsie, but married the right one from Texas, Mary Wheaton.  They were married for 59 years and both would have loved more.

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