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r Burnet, Texas Bumet Bulletin Wednesday, January 27, 2016 PUS 7 Religion / Obituaries William H. CrenshawJr. June 20, 7936-Jan. 75, 2076 William H. (Bill) Crenshaw Jr., 79, of Buchanan Dam, Texas, passed away Friday, Jan. 15, 2016. A celebration of life will be held., at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb..:i13, 2016 'at the Wal rope-Hatfield- Hawthorne Funeral Home in Kingsland. A reception will follow at the Hill Country Hall, 15675 HWY 29, Buchanan Dam. He was born June 20, 1936, in Lubbock, Texas, the son of the Margarete Birdsong Crenshaw and William H. Crenshaw. Crenshaw Jr, He is survived by: his wife, Nancy; a daughter and son- in-law, Keely and Jess McNeely; and granddaughters, Allison, Ella and Kier McNeely of Wichita, Kansas. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by another granddaughter, Liv Ann McNeely. Bill graduated form Midland High School in 1954 and attended Austin College in Sherman before transferring to Texas Tech University in Lubbock, where he graduated in 1958 with a bachelor's degree in business administration. While at Tech he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, a national social fraternity. Bill's grandfather began practic- ing law in Lubbock in 1926. The firm is still known by the name Crenshaw, Dupree and Milam. Bill often stated his grandfather Birdsong had the most influence on his life. Bill's father was a prominent, long-time Lubbock attor- ney and Bill learned the law by reading the books, commit- ting to the hours of study and working in his father's law office. He was among the last lawyers in Texas to be allowed to take the bar exam without going to law school. He was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1965 and practiced law in Lubbock until he moved to Lake Buchanan in 1997. He practiced in the Hill Country until he became ill in 2015. He had a reputation as a "crusty old lawyer" but with a heart of gold, particularly for children in the Child Protective Services system that he served as attorney at Lietum. He was a mediator and mentor. He loved animals. In his younger days, he trained horses, raised dogs and at one time had the largest bird aviary in the southwest. Bill loved and played sports. He played basketball, base- ball, tennis and became a scratch golfer. He enjoyed snow skiing and sailing. He was an avid Texas Tech sports fan. Bill was a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend. Memorial contributions may be made to: Hill Country Humane Society, PO Box 1041, Marble Falls, Texas 78654; the Cherokee Children's Home, PO Box 295, Cherokee, Texas 76832, or the Buchanan Arts and Crafts, 17534 E State HWY 29, Buchanan Dam, Texas, 78609. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Waldrope-Hatfield-Hawthorne Funeral Homes, Inc., which offers a chance to sent condolences to the family at: whhfu- neral ( ,,Neyee Lamar"Ozy" Osbo: ............ Sept. 6, 7938-Jan. 27, 2076 Noyce Lamar Osbourn, affectionately known as "Ozy" of Odessa, Texas, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016. He was born on Sept. 6 , 1938, in San Antonio, Texas, to E.R. and Bette Marchand Osboum. Lamar graduated from Uano High School in 1957. He attended Abilene Christian College and Southwest Texas State University. Lamar married Mary "Mimi" Houser in 1978 in Ruidoso, New Mexico. Osbourn He was a vice president in commercial and SBA lending at Ruidoso State Bank for 13 years and served several terms as a member of the Ruidoso School Board. In 1986, he left Ruidoso to begin working for Texas Bank, Odessa, as a senior vice president in charge of SBA lending in the Austin and Odessa branches. In 1996, Texas Bank was merged withWells Fargo Bank, at which time he joined a core group who purchased Winkler County State Bank which then became Southwest Bank of Odessa. Ozy headed the SBA lending division of the bank and became the leading SBA lender in West Texas, a distinction he and the bank held for over 20 years. He was senior vice presi- dent and advisory board member of Southwest Bank and served on Odessa's Planning & Zoning Commission. He recently retired from Southwest Bank. He loved his family, golfing, tennis, hiking, mountain climbing, playing guitar and cooking in chili cook-offs. Lamar is survived by: his loving wife, Mimi, of Odessa; daughters, Kimberly Osboum Hudson and husband, Rick, of Reno,*Nevada, and Dawn Osboum Nagayama and husband, Larry; of Mililani, Hawaii; brothers, Gary Osboum and wife, Jana, of Llano, and Terry Osbourn and wife, Delana, of Clebume, Texas; grandchildren, Garrett, Connor and William Hudson and James Vance, Keily and Krisanda Nagayama, and, great-granddaughter, Kalea Nagayama. He is also survived by his banking family at Southwest Bank and many other friends. He was preceded in death by his parents and an infant brother. A memorial service will be planned for a future date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of one's choice. Arrangements are under the direction of Sunset Memorial Gardens and Funeral Home. To send the family condo- lences, sign the guest registry at LA-Z-BoY LIFT CHAIRS FOR THE YOUNG AT HEART DeborahJayne Keith Deborah Jayne Keith, 63, passed away Saturday, Dec. 26, 2015. A memorial service for Deborah will be held on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016, start- ing at 10 a.m. at the Llano Cowboy Church, located approximately seven miles west of Llano on Highway 29. For directions call, 325- 247-3608 or visit www.llano- Lunch will be provided immediately after the service. Deborah lived in Llano, Texas, for 25 years and spent Keith the majority of that time advocating for the rights of abused children. She co-founded the Hill Country Children's Advocacy Center with Yvonne Evans in 1992 and was the executive director of the center for 19 years until she left in 2011. Her impact on the children and families in the Hill Country area will be remembered for many years to come. Deborah also loved living a quiet life on her 16 acres in the country. She enjoyed riding her mower and taking care of her dogs and many cats. Deborah was an avid reader and cherished curling up with a good book. She was technologically savvy and could be found many days working on her computer or playing video games. Deborah always looked forward to the holidays and opportunities for the family to get together and spend time with her nieces and nephews. She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. Deborah is survived by: her father, James Bagley Jr.; brother, Jim Bagley III and wife, Melanie; sister, Cheryl Bagley; nieces, Cadence and Isabella Bagley, Melodye Bradshaw and husband, Doug, Misty Granberry and hus- band, Justin; grand-nephews and nieces, Caleb, Noah, Caitlyn, and Suri Granberry, Madelyn Bradshaw; and a host of other family and friends. She was preceded in death by her mother, Joyce Bagley. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Deborah's name to the: Hill Country Children's Advocacy Center, 1001 North Hill Street, Burnet, Texas 78611, phone: 512-756- 2607. If sending flowers, the church will be open to receive them starting at 8 a.m. on the day of the service. Online condolences may be left for the family at Roger Dean Little Nov. 17, 1948-Jan. 20, 2016 Roger Dean Little, 67, went home to our Lord on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016. Roger was born on Nov. 17, 1948, in Blair, Nebraska. .... He"~a~ fl~ youngest'-S0n~ of~ , R0scoe and Dorothy Little. The famil~ lived Tekamah, Nebraska, where they farmed crops and raised livestock. When Roger was in ninth grade, the family sold the farm and moved to Cheyenne, Wyoming. Roger graduated from Central High School in 1967. Little When he was younger, he enjoyed playing baseball and basketball and drag racing funny cars. He also had a passion for horses and rodeos. Roger was a frequent contestant in Cheyenne Frontier Days as a bareback rider and part of a wild horse racing team. After returning back to Cheyenne with his wife, Shelley, in 1975, Roger and his dad, Roscoe, owned and managed R&R Trailer Sales. In 1982, he returned to the cable TV construction busi- ness and served as the vice president of national construc- tion at TCS Cable. In 1988, he went out on his own and founded RDL Cable, Inc. In 1997, Roger realized his life-long dream of owning a ranch and horses when he and his wife, Peggy, moved to the EZ Valley Ranch in Bertram. Roger stayed at the ranch until his death. Roger's most significant roles were those of a son, brother, husband, father, grandfather and uncle. Roger was preceded in death by his parents, Roscoe and Dorothy Little. He is survived by: his siblings, Marcia Stolp and hus- band, Bud, and Ralph Little, Peggy Little; daughters, Ginger Meyners and husband, Sean, Roxanne Mowrey and Kerry Carter and husband, Robert. He was also the proud "Grandpa" of Mallory Stiles, Darrin Mowrey, Kaleb Carter, Shae Mowrey, Camden Meyners and Dalton Mowrey. He was also the uncle to several nieces and nephews. A celebration honoring Roger is scheduled for today, Wednesday, Jan. 27, starting at 11 a.m. at the Journey Bible Fellowship, 3429 Journey Parkway in Leander, Texas. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in Roger's memory to the COPD Foundation or Bluebonnet Equine Humane Society. New classes start February 2nd, 2016 at 8:30am CHRISTIANWoMEN'S JOB CORPS~ a miNstry ,~ WMU:~ Orientation Is January 27th, 2016 at lO:OOam Christian Women s' Job Corps is' offering 12 weeks' of tuition free life skills, job skills, Bible study and computer training. ! Transform your life today. i Call 512-756-1484 or visit our website Applications available for download at website. Mail-in information included. HURRW 5poce is limited. Classes are held Tues - Thurs from 8:30am to 2:30pro. Certificate of Completion is awarded. Marvin Bernard Anderson Jan. 78, 1933-Jan. 25, 2016 It is with deep and heavy sadness that we announce the passing of Marvin Bernard Anderson, who died peacefully at home on Jan. 25, 2016, after a brief illness. Visitation will be held on Friday, Jan. 29, from 6-8 p,m. at the Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home in Bumet and the funeral service will be held at Victory Baptist Church in Burnet. Interment with Masonic burial service will be at Lakeland Hills Memorial Park. Marvin was born on Jan. Anderson I8, 1933, in Galveston, Texas, the son of Eric and Margaret Anderson. He married his high school sweetheart, Ann Nell Thomas, on Sept. 21, 1951. Marvin was a district sales manager for the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway and retired in 1988 after 38 years of dedicated service. Upon retirement, he and Ann moved to Lake Buchanan. He was a long-time member of Khiva Shrine Club of Lubbock and served as Provost State Marshal in 1986. He was long-time, dedicated member of the Yellow House #841 A.F. & A.M. in Lubbock, Texas, and was a dedicated member of the Valley Lodge #175 A.F. & A.M. of Texas in Bumet, where he received his 60-year pin in 2015. He was later married to Willie Jo Woods Hunter of Burnet on Nov. 30, 1996. They lived for 19 years in the Bonanza Beach community at Lake Buchanan. Marvin was predeceased by his parents and his wife, Ann Anderson. He is survived by: his children and their spouses, David and Mickey Anderson of Lubbock, Texas; Denise and Dennis Hood of Lubbock, Texas; Carol and Davd Jarratt of Austin, Texas; Lanette and Bob Cypert of Lubbock, Texas, and, Dana Anderson of Dallas, Texas. He is also survived by his step-children, Debbie Borsos of Arkansas; Randy Chafin and wife, Teresa, of Burnet; and Les Hunter and wife, Angela, of Richmond. He was a loving grand- father to 16 grandchildren and great-grandfather to 12 great- grandchildren. He will be remembered with love and missed dearly. Memorial contributions may be made to East Lake Buchanan Fire Department or Victory Baptist Church. Arrangements were made by Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home in Bumet. Ruby Ann Richardson Rose Feb. 27, 1962-Jan. 21, 2076 Ruby Ann Richardson Rose, 53, of Kingsland, Texas, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016, in Kingsland. She was born on Feb. 27, ] 1962, i~n Terfe Haute, l' t6 J~oim 'T. Richardson Marjorie Pruiett Richardson. Ruby had been a resident of Kingsland since 1999 hav- ing moved here from Austin. Ruby married Steven Scott Rose on Oct. 20, 1984, in Midland, Texas. She was office manager Rose and co-owner of Quality Custom Decks, LLC in Kingsland. Ruby was a member of the Grace United Methodist Church in Granite Shoals. She loved all water activities, such as boating and fish- ing, and enjoyed helping others. Ruby was an animal lover and kept up her physical fit- ness. She was preceded in death by: her parents, John and Marjorie Richardson; two brothers, Robert and John Richardson, as well as her special rescue dog and best friend, "Terre" Ruby is survived by: her husband, Steve Rose, of Kingsland; their many dogs, and two brothers, George and Gary Richardson. Visitation will be held on Friday, Jan. 29, 2016 ,from 6- 8 p.m. at the Waldrope-Hatfield-Hawthorne Funeral Chapel in Kingsland, Texas. Funeral service will be held on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016, at 2 p.m. also in the funeral home chapel with the Rev. Donna Shaw officiating. Graveside services will follow at BlUffton Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Hill Country Humane Society, 9150 RR 1431 West, Buchanan Dam, Texas 78609, or the American Cancer Society. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Waldrope-Hatfield-Hawthorne Funeral Homes, Inc. of Kingsland. Condolences may be emailed to the family at: whhfuneral 1 Edgar & Jenkins Family Funeral Home Burials- Cremations Colossians 3:17 109 N. Main Burnet, Texas (512) 756-4444 Family Owned and Operated Serving Marble Falls, Granite Shoals, Horseshoe Bay and surrounding areas. Honor Compassion Family