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Metro State Austin American-Statesman Nationworld deaths The Rev. David Griffith Col-well, 84, a football star at Yale who became one of Seattle's leading advocates for the homeless, died Saturday of complications from a fall. Colwell founded Plymouth Housing Group in 1980 to provide housing for poor people. Michael Lazare Katzev, 62, a marine archaeologist who led efforts to preserve a ship off Cyprus, died Sept. 8 in Southport, Maine, after suffering a stroke. He also helped found the Institute of Nautical Archaeology at Texas University. Gerald Mayer, 82, a successful film and television director who was part of one of the most powerful families in the entertainment industry, died Friday in Los Angeles of complications from pneumonia. He was the son of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studio manager Jerry G. Mayer and nephew of the company's magnate, Louis B. Mayer. He directed scores of television episodes of "Gunsmoke" and "Bonanza." Victor Keung Wong, 74, the snowy-bearded actor cast in several films as a wise old man and grandfather, died Sept. 12 in Locke, Calif. Wong, who was born in San Francisco's Chinatown, starred in such films as "The Joy Luck Club," "The Last Emperor" and "The Golden Child." In the 1950s and 60s, the then-store window-display manager, artist and amateur actor was a fixture of San Francisco's "beat" scene. Wong's first art exhibit was hosted by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, owner of City Lights Bookstore. Wong, Ferlinghetti and writer Jack Kerouac were friends, with Ker-ouac mentioning Wong in his book "Big Sun." Funerals and Memorials B4 Thursday, September 27, 2001 1 fi .1 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 home. However, if you have questions about death notices or news stories, please call the Metro Desk at 445-3650. 1 I.I.JS ft I ') 1 I tMJMM Patricia Leigh (Patti) Wilson Patricia Leigh (Patti) Wilson, age 49 of Buda died unexpectedly Monday, September 24, 2001. Patricia was born in Wheeling, West Virginia, on October 8, 1951, to Paul and Janice Poe. She received her B.A. degree in Special Education from the University of Arkansas and her Masters Degree in Counseling from the University of Virginia. She was employed for 23 years at the Texas School for the Deaf and most recently as the Guidance Counselor. She leaves behind her loving husband, William (Bill) Wilson and three children, eight year old twins, Billy and Juliana and eleven year old Rebecca; her mother, Janice Poe of Buda; and brother, Douglas Poe of San Bernadino, California; father-in-law, William Woodrow Wilson and mother-inlaw, Alberta Wilson and their families. She will be dearly missed by her cousins, aunts, uncles, many friends and coworkers. Visitation will be Thursday, September 27, 2001, from 6:00 8:00 p.m. at Harrell Funeral Home in Austin. Funeral services will be Friday, September 28, 2001, at 11:00 a.m. at the Buda United Methodist Church. Burial will follow at Live Oak Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Douglas Poe, William Woodrow Wilson Ronald Fuchs, George Timko, Woody Lawler and Brian Pulis. Memorials contributions may be made to the Texas School for the Deaf Scholarship Fund in Austin, Attention: Superintendent's Office, P. O. Box 3538, Austin, TX 78764, or to the Building Fund of the Buda United Methodist Church, P. O. Box 1196, Buda, TX 78610. Additionally, an Education Fund has been established for the Wilson children and is being handled through The Buda United Methodist Church. Contributions to this fund may be made to: "Buda United Methodist Church-Wilson Education Fund" at the above address. Arrangements by Harrell Funeral Home (Austin) 512-443-1366. n. Consuelo "Connie" Candelas "Happy Birthday Mom" Today on earth, we acknowledge and remember your birthday. In heaven you celebrate your day with God. What a wonderful Birthday Present. Love always, Paul Candelas Family. -d frtmiri rfi JhMteMM MMI janmawin UmM Call 416-5700 and enter 4-diqit code: When death occurs a The importance of planning Funeral prearrangement Children and death Veterans benefits Why have a funeral Embalming Cremations Personalized funerals 4400 4401 4402 4403 4404 4405 4406 i 4407; 4408 I Wittrit I A I -ft Charlotte Bohlmann Charlotte Bohlmann died on Monday, September 24, 2001, in Austin, at age 84. She was born on January 19, 1917, in Mission, Texas, and was preceded in death by her parents, Tom and Charlotte Elizabeth Gill; a sister, Denley Boone; and by her husband of 40 years, Victor Bohlmann. She is survived by her daughter, Carol Ann Bohlmann Ross and husband Gordon Ross; by grandson, David Parker Ross and wife, Marianne, and their children, Sammy, Shannon, and Sam; by grandson, Donald Bohlmann Ross, all of Austin. She is also survived by her sisters, Claris Melcher of Chillicothe, Ohio, and Tommie Jean Langley and husband, Ralph, of Kerrville; as well as by a number of nieces and nephews. Prior to Charlotte's moving to Austin in 1982, she and her husband, Victor, were longtime residents of San Antonio, where they were charter members of Northwood Presbyterian Church. In Austin, Charlotte was an active member of Tarrytown United Methodist Church where she enjoyed her many friends and activities in United Methodist Women. Charlotte's family wishes to express their gratitude to Dr. Paul Harvill, to the staff and caregivers at Brighton Gardens Assisted Living Community, and to the residents at Brighton Gardens for their care, concern and friendship for Charlotte in her latter years. Her family is especially grateful for the love and companionship extended to Charlotte by Margo Henderson and Effie Washington. For those desiring to do so, the family suggests that memorial contributions be made to the Memorial Fund at Tarry-town United Methodist Church or to a charity of choice. Entombment services will be held at Sunset Memorial Park in San Antonio at 11:00 in the morning on Thursday, September 27, 2001, where Charlotte will be laid to rest next to her husband Victor. A memorial service will be held the same day at 3:30 in the afternoon at Tarrytown United Methodist Church in Austin. 1 'is Maggie L. Hemphill Wingwood Maggie L. Hemphill Wingwood, age 63, went to be with the Lord on Saturday, September 22, 2001. She leaves to celebrate her life her husband of 32 years, John H. Wingwood; one daughter, Rochelle D. (Sam) Jackson; three sons, James W. (Nancy) Jones, Donald M. Jones and Jon Fredrick (Jennell) Wingwood; 12 grandchildren; sisters, Ella Jackson (Ted), Jessie Mae Blaine (George), both of Austin, Texas and Edna Lou Dove (Amiel) of Elgin, Texas; brothers, Sirnester Hemphill (Gloria) Dallas, Texas, Billy Joe (Barry) Hemphill, William (Goodie) Greene, and David Greene, all of Austin, and Reverend Horace Greene (Brenda) of East Orange, New Jersey and a host of other relatives and friends. Services will be held Saturday, September 29, 2001, 1:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 4805 Heflin Lane. Interment in Evergreen Cemetery. The public may view Friday, September 28, 2001, from 1:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Fuller-Sheffield Funeral Services, Austin, Texas. Cook-yalden. Funeral 1 Ionics Cemeteries With 5 locations to serve you. Your Exclusive Digtiihf" Provider Payment Plans Aimlable with Aiipmved Credit. (512) 454-5611 i Robert E. Lindberg "Grandfather, you must be so very proud as you watch this family grow, for the love you first gave long ago became the love we know." Robert E. Lindberg passed away after a sudden illness on September 21, 2001. The family he leaves behind grieve for their loss, but feel at peace, knowing he was ready to join his wife, Fannie, who preceded him in death only twomonths ago. They were inseparable, and would have been married 57 years on October 8, 2001. He had to join her. Bob was born in Lincoln, Nebraska, in 1916. He, first and foremost, was a gentle man. He also was a dedicated husband, father, and grandfather who adored his family. He leaves behind daughter, Carolyn Lindberg Dower, son-in-law, Bill; granddaughter, Jenna, who has lost her number one fan; and grandson, Ben, who lost a wonderful role model. He was a man who put family first and was everyone's friend, especially children. The family wishes to thank the emergency room and ICU staff at Seton Northwest, and once again, Hospice Austin, for their care and understanding. Special thanks goes to Dr. Veena Surapaneni for the depth of her dedication. If desired, in lieu of flowers, please make donations to the American Red Cross for the victims of the recent WTC tragedy, or to Hospice Austin. A memorial service for the celebration of Robert E. Lindberg's life will be on Friday, September 28th, 2001, at 11:00 a.m. at St. Thomas More Church. George F. Zaludek September 27, 1946 December 11, 2000 Happy Birthday Dad This is the hardest day yet, since you've been gone. It's your birthday and we should be eating cake and playing bingo. I know you're in a better place now, but it's still so hard. My birthday wish for you is that you play lots of golf today and get at least one hole in one. I miss you very, very much. Happy Birthday Daddy Love, Ashley To Subscribe, Call 445-4040 An annuity with interest guaranteed for 5 years! Rate It effective through 9 30-01 and can change without notice. fiiMfwihws Single-Premium Deferred Annuity underwritten by Ctirta Ufe Insurance Company -Ui Fargo, North Dakota. The guarantee provided by Clarfca Life Iniunnc are contingent on the claims rating ability of the issuing company. Poikvtom at 1 of rSO Mary Frances Winston Mary Frances Winston was born on March 17, 1927, to the late John H. Coleman and the late Annie Laura Brown Coleman in Denison, Texas. She was the seventh child of eight. In her thirst for knowledge and education, she graduated from Terrell High School in Denison at the age of 16 as the saluta-torian of her class. She continued her quest for learning with a scholarship to Prairie View University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1947. She later earned a master's of education degree from Prairie View University in 1955. As an educator, she began her teaching career in the Austin Independent School District in 1947, before retiring in 1987. Her schools included Kealing Junior High School and the following elementary schools: Rosewood, Campbell, Matthews, Harris, Pleasant Hill, and Norman. She worked diligently in all schools heading many projects and committees. She also taught Basic Reading at Gary Job Corps from 1988 until 1996. During her marriage to the late Perry Winston one child was born, Michon Elise Winston Fulgham, to whom she was very devoted. She was blessed with one granddaughter, Naima Arella (Fulgham) Jefferson. She is married to David La Wayne Jefferson who has captured all of our hearts. Her surviving siblings are Dwight L. Coleman of Okmulgee, Oklahoma, Annie Laura Williams, and Sylvester (Bettie) Coleman of Detroit, Michigan, and Grace Marie McAfee of West Allenhurst, New Jersey. She leaves a host of four generations of relatives, a devoted cousin, Patricia Wade and a host of lifelongfriends. Mary Frances received her early religious training at Hopewell Baptist Church in Denison where she was baptized and participated in all church activities. She joined Ebenezer Baptist Church shortly after coming to Austin where she remained an active member until her demise. Her most recent community life found her serving in many positions in the NAACP, the NAACP Credit Union, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Beta Psi Omega Chapter, well as with her neighborhood association. She went into God's blessed eternity to make her home with the Lord on September 22, 2001. Funeral services include the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Memorial at 6:30 p.m. and Wake at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 27, 2001, both in the Alice Taylor King Chapel of the King-Tears Mortuary the Service of Celebration at the Ebenezer Baptist Church at 11:00 a.m. Friday, September 28, 2001. Interment will be Saturday, September 29, 2001, at 12:00 noon in the Whispering Waters Mausoleum at Restland Cemetery, 9220 Restland Avenue Dallas, Texas. The services entrusted to the KingTears Mortuary, 1300 East 12th Street, Austin Texas 78702. V. tt nit Bui Erma Black Erma Black, age 76, passed away on Saturday, September 22, 2001. Services will be held on Saturday, September 29, 2001, 10:00 a.m. at Nineteenth Street Baptist Church, interment Cook-Walden Memorial Hill Cemetery. The public may view Friday, September 28, 2001, from 1:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Fuller-Sheffield Funeral Services, Austin, Texas. Colliers Affordable Caskets Accepted by ALL Funeral homes 3709 N. IH35 478-3755 REMEMBRANCE GARDENS ATRIVERBEND Memorialization and Cremation Garden Interments Niches Memorial Dedications (512)329-6007 4214 Capital of Texas Hwy. North www. Anne Broman-Joy August 4, 1917 September 25, 2001 Anne made her peaceful transition from death into internal life surrounded by her caregivers after a long struggle with physical debilitation. While her body crumbled around her, her indomitable spirit refused to succumb to indignity; she defied her illness with much graciousness. She was a World War I "war baby" born to Arland and Vera Court Ward in Paris, Texas, was raised in Dallas and lived her adult life in Austin. After graduating from the University of Texas in 1939, she married Bill Broman in 1940, who preceded her in 1969 They had one daughter, Margaret Claire. While she was a stay-at-home mom, she continued her graduate studies at UT, earning her masters degree in Home Economics in 1957. After earning her teaching certificate, she taught high school home economics at Austin, Lanier, Johnston, Travis and Crockett high schools in Austin until retirement in 1978. In 1969, she became a bone cancer survivor and did many more walks and hikes with her grandchildren in the Big Bend National Park. From 1980 to 1983, she took care of her grandchildren and provided other support while her daughter attended medical school. She married Carl Joy in 1984, and they enjoyed many years of activity and travels. She enjoyed over 60 years of active membership at University Baptist Church. In addition to her first husband, Bill; she was preceded in death by her parents; her sister, Margaret Ward; and her brother, Court Ward. She is survived by her husband, Car-lyle B. Joy; daughter, Margaret Young and her husband, Bob Ott; grandchildren, Eric Young and his wife, Melinda, Wende Margaret Young and David Andrew Young; great-grandchildren, Za-chary and Benjamin Young; brother, Arland Ward; nephew, Richard Ward and niece, Susan Sandidge; and other dear relatives and numerous dear friends. The family wishes to extend special thanks to her caregivers at Rena's Eldercare, Dr. Greg Marchand, those who cared at Southwood Care Center, friends at University Baptist Church, especially Cindy and David Bragg, the choir and the Ruth Class. Graveside services will be at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, September 27, 2001, at Cook-WaldenForest Oaks Memorial Park in Oak Hill and a memorial service will be at 1:30 p.m. at University Baptist Church with the Reverend Dr. Larry Bethune and the Reverend Mr. David Stine officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the Organ Fund at University Baptist Church, 2200 San Antonio Austin, Texas, 78705. Cook- 6300 West Walden. William Cannon Dr. 512892-1172 Eva Lee Williams Frost Eva Lee Williams Frost, age 92, of Austin, died Saturday, September 22, 2001. Eva Lee grew up in Lampasas, Texas, and moved to Austin in the late 1920's, for nursing school. She was a longtime member of First Baptist Church in Austin, and a member of the Women's Missionary Union. She sang in the Ancora Choir, and was a member of the Friendship Club. Her family fondly remembers the wonderful meals she prepared every Sunday, after church. She is survived by her husband, of 68 years, Sidney H. Frost; children, Barbara Ann Cagle and husband, Gene of Round Rock, Sidney W. Frost and wife, Lois of Austin, Patty Gary and Rex G. Frost both of Austin; 16 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and one greatgreat-grandchild. A memorial service will be held at 3:00 p.m., Friday, September 28, 2001, in the chapel of the First Baptist Church, 901 Trinity in Austin. For those desiring, memorial contributions may be made in Mrs. Frost's name to the Alzheimer's Association of Austin. Arrangements by Harrell Funeral Home (Austin) 512-443-1366. 4 SIMPLE TRADITION FUNERAL Metal Casket wTraditional Service On Line Memorial SIMPLE CREMATION" $695 CREMATION SPECIALIST ft' Marjorie Alice Bryan Reddick Marjorie Alice Bryan Reddick, died peacefully in her home of 59 years, Saturday, September 22, 2001, following a brief illness. She was 89. Mrs. Reddick was a native of Cleburne, Texas, a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the Unversity of Texas in 1935, and widow of Dr. DeWitt C. Reddick, first dean of the University of Texas' college of communication. She taughtfourth grade in Port Arthur, for one year and then married Dr. Reddick at 7:00 a.m., June 20, 1934, at her parents' home in Cleburn, before returning to Austin. For 72 years, Mrs. Reddick was a member of the University Presbyterian Church, where she met Dr. Reddick in 1929. She was the first woman elected by members of the church, to serve as deacon. In addition to being a great support to her husband in his teaching and administrative duties and almost as well known to many of his students, Mrs. Reddick volunteered for many years at the food bank at ElBuen Pastor Presbyterian Church and was also a member of PEO, the University Ladies' Club, Austin Women's Forum, Interfaith Council of Churches, Retired Faculty Wives, Women of the Church, Interfaith Council, the Sew 'n' So's, as well as other past civic and church organizations. Mrs. Reddick was a strong and independent woman, fearless in the protection and nurture of those she loved, and determined to spend every moment in service to God. She wanted little for herself, always putting the needs and wishes of others before her own, and she will be sorely missed, especially by her surviving family: daughter, Alicia Hel-tos of Austin, granddaughter, Kim Helton Tod Bishop; and great-grandsons Tim and Dillon Bishop of Seguin, Texas; son, Dr. Bryan Reddick, daughter-in-law, Sheila Reddick, and grandson, George William Reddick of Elmira, New York, granddaughter, Bridget Louise Reddick of Williamsburg, Virginia; and brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Gordon K. Bryan of Starkville, Misssissippi. Visiting hours at Weed-Corley-Fish, located at3125 N. Lamar, will be from 5:00 p.m., to 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 26, 2001. Graveside services will be Thursday, September 27, 2001, at 1:00 p.m., at Capital Memorial Park, 14619 N. IH-35. A memorial service in celebration of her life will follow at 3:00 p.m., at University Presbyterian Church, 2203 San Antonio. Friends who wish to offer remembrances, in lieu of flowers, are encouraged to send them to the University Presbyterian Church, Family Eldercare or Hospice Austin in Mrs. Reddick's name. Arrangements by Weed-Corley-Fish Fureral Home, 3125 N. Lamar, Austin, Texas, 78705, (512) George Leroy "Sraokey" Blackmore Sr. George Leroy Blackmore, age 84, of Bastrop, died Monday, September 24, 2001. He was born July 13, 1917, in Austin, Texas, to Leroy Horace Blackmore and Marguerita Thompson Blackmore. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II and received numerous awards for his service. He was a former steel mill worker and then retired in 1978 from Brown Schools in Austin. He was preceded in death by his parents; wives, Hermina Evelyn Kappel Blackmore and Lillian Marie Black-more; a son, Kenneth Lee Blackmore; a brother, Newton Belew; and a sister Margaret Lucille Belew. Funeral services are 10:00 a.m. Thursday at Marrs-Jones-Newby Funeral Home in Bastrop. Burial will follow in Fairview Cemetery with military honors by Smithville Honor Guard. Survivors include: children, Judith Ann Pariseau of Austin, Wayne Erwin Blackmore of Chicago, John Allen Blackmore of Victoria, George Leroy Blackmore Jr. of Bastrop, Terry Lee Blackmore and wife of Austin, Michael James Blackmore and wife of Bastrop; 14 grandchildren; and numberous nephews and nieces. Arrangements by Marrs-JonesNewby, Bastrop 512-321-2576. Do you really want eEDT-Lia'irES Why would you want the cheapest priced replacement for your precious smile? i We offer the most attractive, long lasting, hand crafted quality dentures at very affordable prices. Call us today for a FREE CONSULTATION. ADVANCED DENTURE CENTER DavlJ D.D.5. AocIh: 3713 Taslv-w', 1C3

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