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B4 Wednesday, June 23, 1999 Metro & State Austin American-Statesman Funerals and Memorials Funerals and Memorials are paid announcements. For information to place a paid announcement, please , call the Announcement Desk in ' Classified Advertising, 445-4005. Deaths, listed under Death Notices, and news articles about deaths and funerals are run at no cost by the American-Statesman. Information is frequently provided by the funeral j home. However, if you have any i nucbliuns duuui ucdui iiuuueb or news stories, please call the Metro Desk at 445-3650. - nuumu Ramirez Ramus T 1 l T 5 Roberto Ramirez Ramos, 79, of Aus-, tin, Texas, died at his home Monday, v Tiino 01 1QQQ oftor" o loncrfhtr hottta . against Parkinson's disease. He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Victoria Gomez Ramos; his aunt, Aure- lia Garcia of Beeville, Texas; and sisters, Juanita Soto, of California and Frances and Ninfa Ramos and Dubelsa and Mary Martin, all of Bloomington, Texas, also survive. He was the first of eleven children ' born to Silvestre and Agapita Ramirez s Kamos on December lb, 1919, in bkia-more, Texas. For 25 years, Roberto and Victoria farmed land that had once t u : . 1 , ,1 . u - UClUUKeU US 1113 lllcueilldl gl dUUlliUUlCI , Juanita Ramirez in Beeville. In 1963, he moved his family to Austin at the urging and with the help of his eldest son; Lupe, who had earlier made his . way to Austin and had recently gradu-ated from the University of Texas. Mr. Kamos was retired trom tne university of Texas after 20 years' employment. Roberto was preceded in death by his sisters, Thomasita Esquivel, Erminia Rodriguez. Felicita Vargas, and I.vrlia Morales and by his only brother, Jose . Ramos, who died 33 earlier. Mr. Ramos and his wife have 74 descendants. Their eleven children and their spouses are Guadalupe and Irene n rt 1 t 1 r i a i : ' namus, uiga aim iNasn uunzaieb, micia and Alex Mata, Yolanda Ramos and Roberta and Robert Morales of Austin, Cecilia and Roger Moisant of Ontario, California, Irene and Eulogio Sifuentez, Mario and Amy Ramos, Alvaro and Monika Ramos, and Robert and Melissa Kamos, oi raugervme, ana victoria and Fernando Martinez, of Del Valle. In addition there are 36 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends beginning at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 23, : 1999 in the Memorial Chapel at Cook-WaldenCapital Parks Funeral Home, 14501 North IH 35. A rosary will be said at 7:00 p.m. A mass of Christian burial will be held at 10:00 a. m., Thursday, June 24, 1999, with Reverend Tom Frank as celebrant at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church at 1520 North Railroad Avenue in Pfiugerville. Interment will follow at Cook-WaldenCapital Park Cemetery. Pallbearers will be grandsons, Eric Ramos, Nash Gonzales, Alex Mata, Derek Moisant, George Diaz, Gregory Sifuentez, Mario Ramos, Avi Ramos, Adrian Martinez and Robert Ramos. This hard-working, humble and gentle man will be missed forever by his loving family. David Men Nelson "To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord". II Cor. 5:8 David Arlen Nelson was born September 25, 1930, in Devers, Texas, to Flora and Joseph Nelson. He passed away June 21, 1999, at home in Austin, Texas. One of two children, David attended high school in Devers, and then college at Texas A&M. He met and married his sweetheart, Mary Ellen on December 27, 1952, and they had three children together. After joining the U.S. Air Force in 1952, he ultimately rose to the rank of Colonel. He served his country in both Korea and Vietnam, flying hundreds of missions as a recon pilot. David was a devoted Christian, loving father and husband, an avid hunter, rare coin collector, and world traveller. He loved animals, getting together with friends, and woodworking. He is survived by his wife, Mary Ellen; sons, Marc David and Anthony Arlen; daughter, Cynthia Ann;. sister, Marjorie Warner; five cherished grand-kids; and numerous extended family members. We all love you, Dave, and hope for the day that we'll meet again. Funeral services will be held at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, June 24, 1999, at the Church of Glad Tidings, and win be followed by FuU Military Honors at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery at 2:15 a.m. Cook-IWaiden. 6100 North Lamar 512464-5611 i . c - - - - - - - - -4 h ' - " i in i - Wu. Joseph I. Sonnenreich, Col.USAF(Ret) Joe Sonnenreich, formerly of New York City, now of Leander, Texas and West Shokan, New York, died of complications following a stroke in Austin on Friday, June 4, 1999, at the age of 82. He held BS and MS degrees from New York University, and was one of the first religious school teachers certified by the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Long associated with Temple Israel of the City of New York, he and his wife, Rena became members of Congregation Beth Israel in Austin. He served as a pilot in World War n, flying with the B-24 "Our Baby" crew, which he considered his "second family," in the 453rd Bomb Group, 2nd Air Division of the 8th Air Force. He elected to stay in the Air Force Reserve, without remuneration "because it was his civic duty." Eventually promoted to Colonel, he completed his service as Commander of the 9212th Air Reserve Squadron in New York City. He headed his own advertising agency, and was a Past President of the League of Advertising Agencies in New York City. A member of the New York Fencers Club, he served on its Board of Governors. Most important to him, however, was serving civic organizations dedicated to helping others, and he gave generously of his time - a past president and trustee of New York Lodge No. 1, B'nai B'rith; a member of ADL's National Commission; past chariman of the ADL New York Regional Board; past chairman of the Board of the Metropolitan Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty; a member of the Management Assistance Program of UJA-Federation of New York; and a Past President of the New York Society for the Deaf. Somehow, between his business, athletic and civic activities, he found time to marry Rena and spent 45 wonderful years with her. Beloved son of Minnie and WUliam (both deceased). Beloved brother of Manny (deceased) and his wife Fay. Cherished "Unk" of BUI and Fran Sonnenreich, Mike and Linda Sonnenreich. Granduncle extraordinaire of David and Sharon Sonnenreich, Wes, Diana and Peter Sonnenreich, Nina and John Gafni. Great-uncle of Rachel Sonnenreich and Adina Gafni. Held in great affection as "Uncle Joe" by Camp High Pointers. First, last and always, adored husband-partner-best friend of Rena. Interment was in the family plot at the Temple Israel Cemetery in Has-tings-on-Hudson, New York. Should you wish to do so, please contribute to an organization or charity of your choice in his memory. Martin M. Padwe Martin. M. Padwe, 88, of Las Cruces, New Mexico, died June 17, 1999, at his home. He was born September 15, 1910, in New York City, son of Samuel Padwe and Julia Kupferberg Padwe. Martin was a long time resident of Austin where he worked as a chemist and research librarian. He was a graduate of New York City University with a degree in Chemistry. He worked for the Academy of Medicine in New York. " During World War II he served as an army medic in the Pacific Front. After the war he worked for Jefferson Chemical Company and in 1950, he was transferred to the Jefferson facility at Austin where he worked until he retired in 1975. He especially enjoyed reading, travel adventures with his wife, and investing in the stock market He is survived by his daughter, Nancy Banks and her husband, Thomas G. Banks; his granddaughter, April E. Banks and her husband, Quincey Burk-halter; and a great-granddaughter, Katherine . Burkhalter. Other family members include his niece, Rhoda Dob-son, and nephews, Sanford Padwe and Stephen Padwe. He was preceded in death by his wife, Catherine Gergely. A memorial service will be held at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, June 24, 1999, in Zilker Park at the Austin Area Garden Center, Austin, Texas. A graveside service will be held at 11:45 a.m. Thursday, at Austin Memorial Park. Arrangements by Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home, 3125 N. Lamar, 452-8811. Edwin Buchhorn Edwin Buchhorn, 84, of Weir died Tuesday, June 22, 1999. Funeral services for Mr. Buchhorn jvill be held at 10:00 a.m. Friday, June 65, 1999, at Zion Lutheran Church in Walburg. Burial will be in the Zion Lutheran Church "Cemetery. A Christian Prayer service wUl be held at 7:30 p.m., on Thursday evening. Mr. Buchhorn is survived by his five children: Raymond Buchhorn and wife, Ellen, of Austin, Beatrice Loges and husband, Jim, of Ft Worth, Stanley Buchhorn, of Weir, Glenn Buchhorn and wife, Debra, of Bartlett, and Peggy Tschoerner and husband, David, of Bartlett; 12 grandchildren; seven greatgrandchildren; three brothers; one sister, and several nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to Zion Lutheran Church, River Haven Nursing Home, The American Cancer Society or Lone Star Hospice. 1 1 COOk- 2900 Williams Drive , HWalden. Georgetown, TX )aviS fm Homt 51 2863-2564 Bill Bryan Feille Bill Feille was born on December 30, 1919, in San Antonio, Texas where he lived until moving to Austin in 1970. He died Tuesday, June 22, 1999. Bill was a veteran of World War n and was wounded during the Georgia Campaign. He later attended the University of Texas. In San Antonio, he was an appraiser for 13 years at the Federal Housing Administration, he also worked as an announcer for both radio (KNOW, KONO) and television (KENS) and was manager of the radio station at Brooks Army Medical Center. In Austin, he served as Vice President of Capital Mortgage Bankers until he opened his own business as a real estate appraiserconsultant Bill was an avid hunter, a member of the National Rifle Association, and a member of the Capital Trap and Skeet Club. He was also a member of Wood-lawn Christian Church and Western Hills Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). BUI is survived by his wife of 54 years, Marian Holley FeiUe, of Austin; three sons, WUliam B. FeUle and his wife, Peggy, of Houston, Dr. Bryan FeUle and his wife, Reverend Laurie FeUle, of Fort Worth, Randy Feille, of Austin; two daughters, Glenda Vander Laan and her husband, Greg, of Austin, Kim Nielsen and her husband, Mitch, of Austin; and nine grandchUdren, BUI FeUle, of Houston, Robert FeUle and his wife, Andi, of Grapevine, Scott FeUle and Julie FeUle, of Fort Worth, Chris Vander Laan, Ryan Vander Laan, and Mary Vander Laan, of Austin, and Morgan Nielsen and Trent Nielsen, of Austin. . Pallbearers wul be grandsons and Bobby Hitt, of Austin. Honorary paU-bearers wUl be Raymond Galindo, Steve HaUiday, Charlie Jones, Claude Kuem-pel, Rector Lester, Ron Rosenfeld, and Don York. Special thanks to St. David's Reha- . bUitation (fourth floor), Anna Champion, HUda Ramero, Renee Harrison, RN, Robinson Creek Hospices, and Dr. Mark Springs. Contributions may be made to Robinson Creek Hospice of Austin (328-7606), the Arlington Heights Christian Church in Fort Worth (817-738-4789), or the Usher Syndrome Support Group in Austin (251-2550). Visitation 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. Thursday, at the funeral home. Services wUl be interpreted for the deaf and held at Cook Walden Funeral Home on Thursday, at 2:00 pm. BUl's daughter-in-law, Reverend Laurie FeUle, wUl conduct the service. Cook-sWalden. 6100 North Lamar 512454-5611 Evelyn B. Hill Funeral services for Evelyn B. HU1, 72, lovingly known as the "Goose" of Needville wUl be held on Thursday, June 24, 1999, at 10:00 a.m. at Davis-Greenlawn Funeral Home in Rosenberg with interment foUowing at Greenlawn Memorial Park in Rosenberg. A rosary service wUl be held on Wednesday, June 23, 1999, at 7:00 p.m. at Davis-Greenlawn Funeral Home in Rosenberg. Deacon David MitcheU will officiate the services. Evelyn was born August 9, 1926, in Red Rock, Texas, to Charlie, H. Barton and Mary Bartsch Barton. She passed away June 21, 1999, in Needville, Texas. She was a member of St Ignatius Catholic Church in Austin. She is preceded in death by her parents, Charlie 'and Mary Barton; sister, Lucy Meuth; and brothers, Max, Adolph, WUlie, and Joe Barton. She is survived by: daughter, Pam Blasingame and husband, Robert, of NeedviUe; sons, Richard HUl, Stephen HU1, and Keith HU1 and wife, Norma, aU of Austin; grandchUdren, Dalton Wallace of NeedvUle, BaUey Blasingame, of NeedviUe, Keith Alan HUl Jr., of Austin and Katelyn HUl, of Austin; sisters, : Eleanor Moore, of Austin, EUen Meuth of NeedviUe and Alma Clark, of Austin. For those wishing, memorial contributions may be made to Alzheimer's Association, Greater Houston Chapter, 6161 Savoy Drive, Suite 240, Houston, TX 77036. Visitation wUl begin Wednesday, June 23, 1999 at 6:00 p.m. at Davis-Greenlawn Funeral Home, 3900 B. F. Terry Blvd. (FM 2218 & Highway 59), Rosenberg. 281-341-8800. Pauline Arselea Montier Hoffman, Pauline Arselea Montier Hoffman, age 94, of Lockhart died Monday, June 21, 1999. She was born in Port Lavaca, Texas, on November 10, 1904. The daughter of Frederick Senator and Francis Gaines Montier. She was a member of Emmanuel Episcopal Church. She married Herman WUliam Hoffman on January 16, 1928, in Port Lavaca, Texas. She was preceded in death by her husband, Herman WUliam Hoffman and daughter, Jeanette Elizabeth. Survivors include her son, BUI Hoffman and wife, Joyce, of Austin; grandson, Brad Hoffman and wife, Gayle, of Austin; granddaughter, Jeanette Hoffman, of Gilbert, Arizona; numerous nieces, nephews and numerous other relatives and beloved friends. Funeral services wUl be 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 23, 1999, at Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Lockhart with Dr. Barry Thiering officiating. Burial wUl Mow at Lockhart City Cemetery. PaUbearers wUl be Jack Hoffman, BUI Koop, Bob Watson, Cy Rogers, George Matthews, David Neumann, Eddie Vogel, MUton Talbert Jr. Arrangements by McCurdy Funeral Home, Lockhart. 512-398-4791. f ' ... w. . , - i at- i - .. V -' J i . . . ' -". ' ... , ., . . ;? s .. . J' , fcijn, ,. ai t n.i.ii..ltil.l.ifl Caroline "Kara" Gracely Caroline "Karo" Gracely, 18, was suddenly taken from her loving famUy and friends on Sunday, June 20, 1999. Karo was born in San Antonio on December 16, 1980. She lived in San Antonio until 1989 when she and her famUy moved to Austin. Karo lived in Austin for eight years and attended Westlake High School where she was a Hyline Drill Team member. She moved to Katy in 1997 where she spent two wonderful years at Taylor High SchooL Caroline was a Pacesetter at Taylor High. She, also had a love for photography and exhibited an awesome creative talent. Karo graduated from Taylor on May 28, 1999 and was preparing for coUege at Texas Tech. She was a beauti-fuL caring and loving young lady who . touched the lives of so many. She is survived by her parents, Frank and Rhonda Gracely, best friend and older sister, Tiffany Marie Gracely; grandparents, Dreabon and May Cope-land of Houston, Frank and Virginia Gracely of San Antonio; aunts and uncles, Ray and Pam McGUl, Art and Becky Grider, Jeff and Suzanne Cope-land, Sherry and Andy Barbisch, Tony and Mary Gracely, and Cindy Gracely aU of Houston; and numerous cousins from San Antonio and Houston as weU as other loving relatives. VigU services wUl be held at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 23, 1999 at Epiphany of the Lord Catholic Church, 1530 Norwal Dr., Katy, Texas where the funeral liturgy will be held at 2:00 p.m., Thursday, June 24, 1999 with Reverend Monsignor Jack M. Dinkins Celebrant Entombment wUl foUow in the Mauso-leum of Memorial Oaks Cemetery. Glen G. (Pete) Egger Glen (Pete) Egger, age 53, died Tuesday morning in a local hospital. Funeral services are scheduled for Thursday, June 24, 1999, at 10:00 a.m. at Scott's Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Royce Cockrell and Gary Paxton officiating. Burial wUl foUow at Rest-land Cemetery. Mr. Egger was born December 6, 1945, in Brownwood, Texas, to Hermon Glen and Lois Wilkins Egger. He attended school in Flat, Texas. He married Sharon Taylor on August 19, 1965, and they made their home near Flat Texas. He was the owner of Industrial Rigging Service in Round Rock, Texas. He was a farmer and rancher in the GatesvUle area and he loved to hunt and fish. He was a member of the Gateway Baptist Church and a member of the GatesvUle Masonic Lodge. He was a loving husband and father. Survivors include his wife, Sharon Egger; son, Clinton Egger; his parents, Hermon and Lois Egger, son, Clinton Egger, aU of Flat, Texas; sisters, Cleda Fay Hale and Wanda Berry of GatesvUle, Texas. Memorials may be made to the Gate-way Baptist Church. In Memory of Nancy Robinson-Burke Gone Too Soon June 23, 1958- March 7, 1998 What I wouldn't give for five more minutes, even five seconds to see your smUe. It stiU doesn't seem real. There's so much I want to share with you. The world is a better place for having had you in it. Happy birthday, my sweet sister. Success To laugh often and much, To win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children, To earn the appreciation, of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends To appreciate beauty; to find the best in others! To leave the world a bit better; whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition. To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived This is to have succeeded. Ralph Waldo Emerson Gerald Michael Walker 1943 - 1994 You left us 5 years ago, you did not go alone - part of me went with you. Mom IJJ jIMl'U IJ11.1LMIII.III..PI --'-infiiiii ttrmtm' iffliii ffifrW i ' $395 4 - . " 0- I $1495 Local Showroom - " J ' . .. . V t - , ' . k ' V In Loving Memory of Thana J. Trevino November 9, 1981 June 23, 1998 Baby Joseph A. Balderramos July 17, 1997 -June 24, 1998 "When Tomorrow Starts Without Us" When tomorrow starts without us and we're not there to see; If the sun should rise and find your eyes, all filled with tears for us; We wish so much you wouldn't cry, the way you did today. While thinking of the many things, we didn't get to say. We know how much you love us, as much as we love you, and each time that you think of us, we know you'll miss us too; but when tomorrow starts without us, please try to understand, that an Angel came and called our names, and took us by the hand and said our place was ready, in heaven far above, and that we'd have to leave behind, all those we dearly love. But as we turned to walk away, a tear fell from our eyes, for all life, we'd always thought we didn 't want to die. We had so much to live for, so much yet to do, it seemed almost impossible, that we were leaving you. We thought of all the yesterdays, the good ones and the bad, we thought of all the love we shared, and all the fun we had. If we could relive yesterday, just even for awhile, we'd say goodbye and kiss you and maybe see you smile. But then we fully realized, that this could never be, for emptiness and memories, would take the place of us. And when we thought of worldly things, we might miss, come tomorrow, we thought of you and when we did our hearts were filled with sorrow. But when we walked through heaven's gates, we felt so much at home. When God looked down and smiled at us, from his great golden throne, He said"This is eternity, and all I've promised you. " Today for life on earth is past, but here it starts anew. I promise no tomorrow but today will always last, and since each day's the same day, there's no longing for the past. But you have been so faithful, so trusting and so true. Though there were times you did some things, you knew you shouldn't do. But you have been forgiven and now at last you're free. So wont you take my hand and share my life with me? So when tomorrow starts without us, don't think we're far apart, for every time you think of us we're right here in your heart Thana and. Baby Joseph, A year ago today, God gave you the gift of life in Heaven, where there is no pain and suffering, no tears and where the streets are made of gold. You are now beautiful angels in the presence of our Heavenly Father, surrounded by love, peace and joy. This past year has been very different without you. The pain is no less today than it was the day you left We miss your beautiful smUes, your laughter and your hugs. Thana, we miss your singing and seeing you dance around the house. Nikki still listens to your music everyday and we never stop talking about you both. Papacito, we see so many beautiful babies that remind us of you. There wUl be a memorial gathering in honor of Thana and Baby Joseph's one year anniversary, Saturday, June 26, 1999 at 5:00 p. m. at Assumption Cemetery, 3650 S. IH35 and a memorial Mass, Sunday, June 27, 1999 at 5:00 p. m. at San Francisco Javier Church, 9110 Hwy 183 South. We love you and miss you very much. Mom, Grandma, Nikki, famUy and friends. , : ' In Memoriam Esther C. Coy September 3, 1922 June 23, 1988 In loving memory of our beautiful wife and aunt It's been eleven years today that God caUed upon you. It seems just like yesterday. We miss you and your kindness and your thoughts and your beautiful smUes. We wUl never forget your laughter and the joy we always had together. We wUl always love you and have you on our minds forever and ever. Love always, Your husband, Alex Ramon Coy, Robert J. and Mary Ann, Jennifer, and Bobby Flores ADVANCED DENTURE CENTER 1nrSrVoFF" Fre Denture Consultation Including X-rays 11 121 lJ Same-day lab relines, repairs and extractions I SET OF DENTURES tab on Premises J Special Prices on Pardals . I Partial Dentures, Hablamos Espaiiol I Relines, Repairs, ! crowns and More. David Schade, D.D.S. 8c I Please Call For . . ' j Details Associates J Please present at time of .r-f t,..t .. c , I service - ' 1 ' " " ' i Not valid with other offers. ' L ?T'f 7299 T wlirtii :rri'v,irtiw.'. In Memory of Debra Campbell On Sunday, June 13, 1999, around 5.00 . p.m., Debra Campbell and her famUy went on a picnic to HamUton pooL Shortly after their arrival, her famUy swam ahead to reach the other side. After several minutes, they noticed that she was missing and began searching for her, but found no trace of Debra. It was as though she had vanished. Search teams found her body about an hour and half-later, 20 feet below HamUton Pool waters and there were no traces of a struggle. Speculations were made that she fainted and just went under without anyone noticing. Debra was bom in Austin, Texas on December 16, 1963. She did not have an easy childhood and faced many obstacles growing up, but you would never know it She brightened the lives of everyone around her with her beautiful smUe and bubbly personality. She never had a negative word to say about anyone. As a matter of fact, she always encouraged famUy and friends and could lift a person's spirits through her words of inspiration. Debra was special and had a unique relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. She truly had a gift of reaching out to others and touched so many lives. As a mother, she instilled in her son, Joshua, age nine, the importance of trusting in God and she made sure he was in church each week. In her final hour, her little boy even made the comment thaf'everything happens for a reason". Debra had recently been making plans to find a new home. She lived in Kyle, Texas and was looking for a place in Austin to settle down with her chUd. She had even considered moving to Tennessee to be near friends and famUy. Today she can rest for her search for home has ended and she has a new home with the God she had lived for so faithfully. Debra is survived by her nine year old son Joshua Campbell; Joshua's father, Bryan CampbeU and wife, Paula; brother, David Screws, along with wife, Valerie; mother, Peggy Slayton; sister, Fredna Slayton; brothers, George Slay-ton and Donnie McNeece; and numerous nieces and nephews. Special friends were Lars Helman, Lisa L. Green, Brett ScuUy, James Campbell, Alta Flem-ming, Vicky Burke, Terry Ramsey and so many others. She was also an admired co-worker for PPD Pharmaco, Scirex, Dr. Clark's Office in Buda, and most recent employer, Health Quest A memorial service was held on De-bra's behalf at Manchaca Baptist Church on June 17, 1999 at 3:00 p.m. and was represented by HarreU Funeral Home. A special fund has been set aside for her son Joshua and to take care of funeral expenses. If you would like to make a donation, please page GaU Ruiz at PPD Pharmaco, 622-4177 or Pastor Tom Gautier at Manchaca Baptist Church, 282-0875. For further information, you can page Lisa L. Green at 428-4589- God Bless By Lisa L. Green ' f y James (Seamus) Treanor April 25, 1929 -June 20, 1999 James (Seamus) Treanor, a long-time resident of Central Texas, passed away on June 20, 1999, after a lengthy illness. He was born in County Monaghan, Ireland, and was a graduate of St Patrick's CoUege in County Carlow. He came to the United States in 1955 and received a Master's degree in PhUoso-phy and completed Doctoral studies in PhUosophy at the Clairmont Graduate School in Pomona, California. He also had a certificate of completion from the Institute on Judaism conducted at Van-derbUt University in 1972. He was a founding faculty member of the Department of PhUosophy at SWTSU and was a weU-known scholar of phUosophy. He taught at SWTSU for 27 years before his retirement in 1994. He was an active member of the Catholic Church. He was preceded in death by parents, James Francis and EUen McKenna Treanor, and an elder brother, Francie. Survivors include his widow, Betty McKee Treanor, of Austin; and three sisters and two brothers, in Ireland, Mary Ryan of County Cork, Madge McCaffrey, of County Tyrone, EUeen Treanor, of Dublin and Peather and Sean Treanor, of County Monaghan. Funeral services wUl be held 11:00 a.m. Thursday, June 24, 1999, at Harrell Funeral Home in Austin. Interment wUl be in Carrickroe Church Cemetery, County Monaghan, Ireland. Funeral arrangements with HarreU Funeral Home in Austin, 443-1366.

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