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    “I hear a voice you can not hear. Which says I must not stay. I see a hand you can not see. Which beckons me away."

    The only thing you take with you when you're gone is what you leave behind
    --- John Allston

    There is more peace somewhere.
    There is more peace somewhere.
    I'm gonna keep on 'til I find it.
    There is more peace somewhere.
    --- African American Hymn

    I cannot think of them as dead who walk with me no more;
    along the path of life I tread they but are gone before.
    --- Fredrick Lucian Hosmer

    In the rising of the sun and in its going down, we remember them.
    In the blowing of the wind and in the chill of winter, we remember them.
    In the opening of buds and in the rebirth of spring, we remember them.
    In the blueness of the sky and in the warmth of summer, we remember them.
    In the rustling of leaves and in the beauty of autumn, we remember them.
    In the beginning of the year and when it ends, we remember them.
    When we are weary and in need of strength, we remember them.
    When we are lost and sick at heart, we remember them.
    When we have joys we yearn to share, we remember them.
    So long as we live, they too shall live, for they are now a part of us, as we remember them.
    --- From Roland B. Gittelsohn

    "Hold on to what is good even if it is a handful of earth. Hold on to what you believe even if it is a tree which stands by itself. Hold on to what you must do even if it is a long way from here. Hold on to life even when it is easier letting go. Hold on to my hand even when I have gone away from you." ~Pueblo Blessing ~

    Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone,
    Prevent the dog from barking with a juicy bone,
    Silence the pianos and with muffled drum
    Bring out the coffin, let the mourners come.

    Let aeroplanes circle moaning overhead
    Scribbling on the sky the message He is Dead.
    Put crepe bows round the white necks of the public doves,
    Let the traffic policemen wear black cotton gloves.

    He was my North, my South, my East and West,
    My working week and my Sunday rest,
    My noon, my midnight, my talk, my song;
    I thought that love would last forever: I was wrong.

    The stars are not wanted now; put out every one,
    Pack up the moon and dismantle the sun,
    Pour away the ocean and sweep up the woods;
    For nothing now can ever come to any good.

    W.H. Auden

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Muchow, Fredrick William (F.W.), Jr.

F. W. MuchowAugust 5, 1927 – April 16, 2014

Frederick William Muchow, Jr (F.W.) of Waco passed quietly in his sleep, following an eight month battle with Pleural Mesothelioma, on the evening of April 16, 2014.
A private burial will take place in St Paul Cemetery, Marlin . Note: memorial service information will be supplied as available. In lieu, of flowers the family requests memorials be made in his name to St Paul Cemetery Association, FM 2307, Marlin, Texas 76661, St John’s United Church of Christ 100 S Robinson Drive, Robinson, Texas 76706, or charity of choice.

F. W. was born August 5, 1927, in Falls County. Texas. His parents were Frederick William Muchow, Sr and Bertha Grube Muchow. He was the youngest of eight children. His parents and his seven older sisters: Pearl Muchow Stein, Olive Muchow Wusterhausen, Bertha Muchow Polster, Ethel Muchow Boehm, Nora Muchow, Alnora Muchow McDowell, and Ruth Muchow Jerichow preceded him in death. He was the sole survivor of his generation on both sides of his family tree. He was also preceded in death by his daughter-in-law Sharon Craig Muchow.

He married Lola Katherine Bearden on Christmas Eve, 1949. They celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary in 2013. To their marriage were born Michael L. Muchow, Richard W. (Rick) Muchow and Mary Katherine Muchow Rasner.

F.W. worked as a painter and wall paper installer throughout most of hisadult work life. His work was exemplary and his skills were sought by a very large following of both home and business owners. His work remains in several homes, such as the floral garland surrounding the oval leaded skylight of Highlands Mansion, Marlin. He maintained the family home with tender care and completed some interior painting and upkeep chores as late as two years ago.

Survivors include his three children: Michael Muchow of Temple, Rick Muchow of Hewitt, and Mary Muchow Rasner and husband Brent of Robinson. His six grandchildren and four great grandchildren: Marissa Muchow-Martinez and her children Maddison, Gracie, Cassie and Max all of Temple; Jason Muchow of College Station, Kevin Muchow of Hewitt; and Ryan Rasner, Brady Rasner and Shannon Rasner all of Robinson. Sister-in-laws Elsie Bearden Pressley of Marlin, Loraine P. Bearden of Pearland, and brother-in-law Chuck (Charles Lee) Bearden and his wife Barbara of Hillsboro also survive. Numerous nieces and nephews and their families are also part of the extended family.
The family wishes to acknowledge the numerous visits, cards, calls and food provided to F.W. and Lola during the last several months. The support offered by friends from their church, dance groups, lifelong friends from Marlin, neighbors, and extended family made his transition easier and provided much needed support to both of Daddy and Mother. Keeping their promise of remaining at home, Mother succeeded in providing for the comfort and care of Daddy through the entire journey of his illness.

F W Muchow

FW, Lola, and Grandkids

F W Muchow

FW, Mother, and Sisters

Slafka, Delores Marie

Delores SlafkaApril 23, 1931 – April 13, 2014

Dolores Marie Slafka, 82, of Marlin entered into rest Sunday, April 13, 2014. Mass of Christian Burial will be 10 a.m. Thursday, April 17, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church with the Rev. John Kelley as celebrant. Burial will follow at Hillcrest Cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday, April 16, 6 to 8 p.m. at Adams Funeral Home with the Holy Rosary to be recited at 7 p.m.

Mrs. Slafka was born April 23, 1931 in Bremond, Texas to parents Anton and Julia Krysinski. She graduated from Waco High School in 1949. In 1950, she married Ike G. Slafka. They lived in Marlin, Louisville, Kentucky, Waco, and eventually back in Marlin. Dolores worked at the VA Hospital in Marlin in Medical Administration Services. She retired in 1993. Dolores loved polka music and she and Ike would often go dancing. She enjoyed playing dominoes, too, but her greatest joy was working in her yard. She adored her family and was very devoted to them. Her proudest moments were when her children were born. She loved her grandchildren and great-grandchild dearly. Dolores was also a devout Catholic and was very active in the church. She was a member of the PCCW at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Ike; and two brothers, Paul and Don Krysinski; and an infant son, Timothy.

She leaves behind to cherish her memory her children, Mark Slafka of New Braunfels and Karen Ford of Spring; grandchildren, Derek Slafka and wife, Amber, Haley Ford and Emily Ford; and great-granddaughter, Lauren Taylor Slafka.

If desired, memorial donations in Dolores’ name may be made to the Susan G. Koman Race For The Cure, http://www.raceforthecure.org.

Boyd, Bryan Lee

Brian BoydJuly 15, 1949 – April 13, 2014

Bryan L. Boyd, 64, of Bristow, died on Sunday, April 13, 2014.
He was born on July 15, 1949 in Marlin, Texas, the son of Robert and Marie Boyd.

Bryan sold semi trucks for a living, having owned his own business in the industry.

He is survived by his mother, Marie Boyd, of Waco, Texas, two sons, Scott Boyd, and his wife, Thang, of Orlando, Florida, and Josh Boyd, of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, brother, Robert Boyd, and his wife, Cathy, of Houston, Texas, and sister, Marilyn Gayle, and her husband, Mike, of College Station, Texas, and numerous other family members and friends.

He was preceded in death by his father, and wife, Nancy, in 2012.

Memorial donations may be made in Bryan’s name to the American Cancer Society.

Services be held Thursday April 17 at 3pm at Floral Haven 6420 S 129th E Ave, Broken Arrow, OK 74012 (918) 252-2518

Rogers, Alma Lavonne

Lavonne RogersOctober 10, 1935 – April 2, 2014

Alma Lavonne Rogers, cherished Mother, Wife, Friend and Daughter of the Republic of Texas, passed away April 2, 2014 after a long struggle with Alzheimer’s disease. Lavonne was born October 10, 1935 in the same home that her mother, Alma Pratt Woodland Swenson was born in, in Marlin, Texas

A graduate of Marlin High School Class of 1954, Lavonne studied for 2 years at the University of Mexico City before graduating from Baylor University in May 1958 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts.

On Thanksgiving 1957 her high school classmate, Fran Burke, introduced her to Harry Foster Rogers her future husband. They married on Easter Day, April 6, 1958 in her Marlin home. Lavonne and Harry soon moved to Lompoc, California where daughters Roshay and Rosanne were born at Vandenberg Air Force Base. Their third daughter, Rosemary was born in Marlin before Lavonne joined Harry at his duty station in Wiesbaden, Germany. For the next few years Lavonne, Harry and their 3 daughters were stationed in Europe and North Africa. During this time Lavonne taught elementary school, supported Harry in his theater endeavors by painting stage sets for his local productions and continued to raise her three young children.

They settled in Austin, Texas after retiring from the Air Force in 1967. Working together with Harry they created and staffed the Rollingwood Volunteer Fire Department and were among the first founders of Westlake United Methodist Church where Lavonne taught in the Methodist Youth Fellowship and served as a Girl Scout Leader. Lavonne was a prolific artist. Her paintings were in shows in Austin and the Hill Country. She was an accomplished hobby genealogist, writer, biblical student and faithfully involved in her beloved Blue Ridge Baptist Church.

Lavonne is survived by her three daughters: Roshay Lavonne Rogers-Blackwell, Rosanne Dawn Rogers, and Rosemary Faith Rogers-Bodor; two sons-in-law Stuart Blackwell and Richard Bodor as well as four grandchildren: Harrison Stedman, Marisha Stedman (who Lavonne helped take care of for her first 15 years), Lauren Rose Bodor and Lily Rose Bodor.

A graveside service and interment will be held Saturday, April 5th at 1:00 p.m. in the Marlin Calvary Cemetery. Flowers may be sent to Austin-Peel & Son Funeral Home in Austin. If you prefer to make a donation in Lavonne’s honor in lieu of flowers, the family suggests the Alzheimer’s Association .

Nehring, Geraldene

February 17, 1930 – March 31, 2014

Geraldene Nehring, “Aunt Nonnie”, entered peacefully into rest on Monday, March 31, 2014, in Marlin. Visitation will be 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, April 4, at Adams Funeral Home. A graveside service will be 10 a.m. Saturday, April 5, at Hillcrest Cemetery with the Rev. Donnie Fulton officiating.

Aunt Nonnie was born February 17, 1930 in Rosenberg, Texas to the late William and Daisy Maines. On June 1, 1946 she married the love of her life, Adolph Nehring, in Marlin, and together they raised four children. Aunt Nonnie loved cooking and she loved children, especially her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. So many people who loved Nonnie will truly miss her deeply.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Adolph Nehring; two brothers, Leslie Maines and Willard Maines; sister-in-law, Ruth Maines; and her niece, Marsha Dyer.

Aunt Nonnie leaves behind to cherish her memory her children, Ronnie Nehring and former wife, Gloria, Mike Nehring and wife, Carol, Kim Lombardo, and Jeff Nehring and wife, Tricia; seven grandchildren, Carla, Beth, Ryan, Annie, Jaime, Buck, Micah; two step grandhildren, Holly and Chad; eight great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; twin sister, Emmagene Chamberlain; longtime friend, Alice Bolden; as well as numerous nieces, nephews; and extended family members.

Honorary pallbearers will be Bobby Piske, Robert Blakely, Kenneth “Bubba”Bennett, Charlie Kluck, Phillip Weathers and Michael Baker.

Chatmas, Maxine Whitten

Maxine ChatmasApril 11, 1916 – March 23, 2014

Maxine Whitten Chatmas, 97, who lived a life of exemplary devotion to her husband, daughter, two sons, six grandchildren, and two great granddaughters, passed on to Heaven peacefully in her sleep on March 23, 2014. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery on Friday, March 28, at 10:00 AM. Rev. David Thomas will conduct graveside services. Maxine loved and cherished her family through anxieties and triumphs, and unfailingly retained her beauty, charm, elegance, and lady-like dignity. She worked relentlessly when work was required.

Born in Grandview, Texas, on April 11, 1916, Maxine was the youngest of three children of Robert Euclett Whitten and Adeline Prestridge Whitten. After attending local schools and earning her teacher’s degree from Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, she married J.C. Chatmas, Jr., on August 28, 1941. They spent the first five years of their marriage at various air bases in the U.S. during World War II, when her husband was serving as an Air Force pilot. They lived in Marlin since 1946, the end of that war.

Following graduation from college in 1937, she taught school in Marlin from 1938 to 1941 and again from 1955 to 1957 when she was the Elementary School Librarian. Maxine was active in the various activities of the Marlin ISD, several social clubs, and perennial President of “The Not-So-Great Book Club.” She was a member of Marlin’s First Presbyterian Church, where she cheerfully volunteered her services. Her decorative talents were best expressed in her home, as well as The Parlor and The Assembly Room of her church.

Maxine Chatmas considered her family her crowning achievement, and her life and love were devoted to them. She was a special and loving wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend who put faith, family, and friends first. She will be remembered by those who loved her for her loyalty, her friendship, and her hospitality.

While rearing her three children, she undertook many labors of love to foster their growth and welfare. The entrance hall walls in her home were graced with near life-size portraits of her three children, six grandchildren, and two great grandchildren, all taken at their same age of 18 months. The many mementos throughout the home reflected the true love for her family who lovingly called her “Mag”.

The last decades of her life were devoted to creating a legacy for her children. Through the years, Mrs. Chatmas saved even the most insignificant mementos, drawings, letters, clippings, and pictures pertaining to all members of her family and their lives. She placed all of them in appropriately labeled scrapbooks for her family to enjoy.

Maxine Whitten Chatmas, now residing at peace in the Lord’s Kingdom of Heaven, may not have made headlines in the newspaper that her husband once owned, but she made headlines in the hearts of her family and the friends she truly loved.

She was preceded in death by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Whitten, her brother, E.G.Whitten, Grandview, and sister, Mrs. Hugh (Bobbie) Buck, Houston. Maxine Whitten Chatmas was also preceded in death by her husband, JC, of 66 years and her daughter, Connie Chatmas McLelland.

She is survived by her sons Dr. Robert W. Chatmas of Glenwood Springs, Colorado, and Dr. Jay C. Chatmas III and his wife, Carmen, of Cape Elizabeth, Maine; six grandchildren: Rich and his wife Melanie of Waco; Robin and her husband Joesph Ortiz, Chase, James, Lauren, and Evan; two great granddaughters, Chloe and Leighton; her son-in-law Bill McLelland; one sister-in-law, Evangeline Gilley and several cousins, nieces and nephews.

If desired, memorial contributions may be made to the First Presbyterian Church, 411 Oakes St., Marlin, Texas or to the Lott Presbyterian Church.

Hieber, Glenda Sue (Shivers)

Glenda Sue Hieber, 75, formerly of Robinson, went to be with her Lord on March 21st, 2014 in Kyle, Texas.

Visitation will be 6-8:00 p.m. Monday, March 24, 2014 at Pecan Grove Funeral Home 3124 Robinson Dr. The funeral service will be 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 25 at Pecan Grove Funeral Home with Brother Cary Killough officiating. Interment services for the family will follow at the Hillcrest Cemetery in Marlin.

Glenda was born on September 23, 1938 in Lott, Texas to Ansel Ross Shivers and Ruby Ilene Hillyard Shivers. She attended school in Marlin and met her future husband while attending classes at the University of Houston. On November 24, 1960, Glenda married Ronald Arthur Hieber in Houston. They lived many places in both the US and abroad, and had three daughters. After Ron’s death in 1973, she moved her family back to Texas, making her home in Robinson and beginning a long and rewarding career working at the VA Regional Offices.

Glenda was a long time member of Meadowbrook Baptist Church, and spent many years singing in the choir and teaching Sunday School. She enjoyed spending time with her church friends and especially the ladies bunco group. Glenda dearly loved her family, especially her three grandchildren, and supported many of their activities. She was an avid sports fan, faithfully cheering on her beloved Dallas Cowboys and Baylor Bears. After moving to San Marcos in 2009 to live with her youngest daughter, she attended numerous Texas State athletic events.

She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.

Glenda was preceded in death by her parents and her husband. She is survived by her daughters; Rhonda Welch and husband Stephen of Katy, Kristy King of Longview, Melinda Hieber of San Marcos, and grandchildren Christopher King, Kendall King and Chance Welch. She is also survived by one sister, Carol Moore of Mexia, four brothers, Gary Shivers of Bethany, OK, Ross Shivers and wife Laura of Palestine, Edward Shivers and wife Lana of Waxahachie, Millard Shivers and wife Lynn of Joshua, many beloved nieces and nephews, and special pet Roxy.

If desired, memorial contributions in Glenda’s name may be made to Meadowbrook Baptist Church in Robinson, Texas.

Rivera, Julian

Julian RiveraDecember 6, 1959 – March 4, 2014

Julian Rivera of Marlin passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family on March 4, 2014 at the age of 54.

A memorial service celebrating his life will be Saturday, March 8 at 2PM at the First Baptist Church in Marlin with Brother Calixto Morin and Brother Joel Davila officiating. Anyone wishing to stop by the family’s home to pay their respects are welcome to do so.

Julian was born December 6, 1959 in Marlin, Texas to parents Cecil and Mary Rivera. He grew up in Marlin and attended the local schools. Julian was the youngest of 8 children. He loved the outdoors, enjoyed hunting and fishing and riding his motorcycle. Julian worked at Fischer & Sons Plumbing for many years and was a member of the First Mexican Baptist Church.

He was preceded in death by his father, Cecil Rivera and his nephews, Cecil Anthony Davila and Jesse Harold Rivera. He leaves behind to cherish his memory his loving mother, Mary Rivera of Marlin; brother Joe Rivera and wife Elena of Ft. Worth; sisters, Louisa Solis and husband Jose of Lott, Annie Venegas and husband David of Marlin, Lupe Morales of Marlin; Susie Martinez of Waco, Virginia Vargas and husband Richard of Waco and Mary Lou Stewart and husband Jerry of Huntsville; daughter Felicia Rivera as well as several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and many dear friends.

Ferda, Michael “Mike” Jr.

October 5, 1918 – February 26, 2014

Michael Ferda, Jr., 95, passed away Wednesday, February 26, 2014, in Marlin, Texas. Visitation will be 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, February 28, at Adams Funeral Home. His life will be honored and celebrated in a graveside ceremony 2 p.m. Saturday, March 1, with the Rev. Wendy Huber officiating at McClanahan Cemetery on FM 147 in Marlin.

Michael was born in Elizabeth, Pennsylvania on October 5, 1918 to parents, Michael and Anna Ferda. His parents were immigrants from Slovakia. Mike was the second of 12 children: three boys and nine girls. His father was a coal miner. He left school as a teenager to join his father as a coal miner. During World War II he was drafted into the Army and left the coal mines. While in the service he was stationed in Louisiana and met Ara Reed, who was living in Beaumont, Texas. They married on September 2, 1945 in Reno, Nevada and together moved to California while Mike was in the Army. After he was discharged they moved to Marlin, where Michael Ferda III was born. Mike and Ara were very active in the community, including the Eastern Star and the Empty Saddle Club. They were also members of St. John’s Episcopal Church. Mike was also very active for 60 years as a Mason and was a Past Master of both the Marlin and Kosse Lodges. He was also active in the Shriners and The American Legion.

Mike was predeceased by his wife, Ara; and two stepdaughters, Virginia and Sandra Lea.

He is survived by his son, Michael Ferda III; seven grandchildren; a number of great-grandchildren; and his son-in-law, Mike Meyer. He is also survived by his brother, John Ferda; and four sisters, Emma Bullock, Helen “Dutch” Gorby, Sue Hanlin and Jane Koniski.

If desired, memorial contributions in Mike’s name may be made to St. John’s Episcopal Church in Marlin or the charity of your choice.

Meece, Jack Terrell

March 4, 1944 — February 18, 2014

Jack Terrell Meece, of Marlin, passed away Tuesday, February 18, 2014. A Memorial Service will be 1 p.m. Sunday, February 22, at Marlin Restoration Church. Pastor Billy Walker will be officiating.

Jack was born March 4, 1944, in Marlin, Texas.

He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Dorothy Meece; his daughter, Jacquelyn Ward and husband, Mark; and two grandchildren, Taylor and Sage Ward, all of Belton.

Pecan Grove Funeral Home in Robinson is in charge of arrangements.

March 4, 1944 – February 18, 2014

Southard, Fred

FSouthardAugust 27, 1910 – February 16, 2014

Fred Southard, formerly of Marlin, passed away at the age of 103, Sunday, February 16, 2014 in Pearland, Texas. He was born on August 27, 1910 in Point, Texas to William R. and Quincy Wilkey Southard.

Fred was a very honorable and dependable husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather. His family was his first priority and he provided well for them by working at the VA Hospital in Marlin for 30 years. He was a WWII Veteran, having served in the U.S. Army in the Philippines with the 96th Inf. Division. Fred was a member of the First Methodist Church in Marlin and served on the Administrative Board and Board of Trustees. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge for over 50 years, a 60 year member of the American Legion, and a life time member of the D.A.V. Fred loved fishing for catfish on the Brazos River with his sons and fishing buddies Harry Stallworth, Dutch Sebesta, John Patterson, and Enos Lumpkin.

He is preceded in death by parents, his wife of 70 years, Maxine Black Southard, who he married January 26, 1942 in Colbert, OK., and by his four brothers, Roscoe, Lester, Wilkey, and A.L. Southard.

He is survived by his three sons, Freddie and wife, Laura of Austin, Keith of Pearland, and Mike and wife, Terri of Houston, six grandchildren, Teri, Amy, Derek, Greg, Matthew, and Michael, and five great grandchildren, Mason, Presley, Adalyn, Taylor, and Bella.

Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. February 20th at Hillcrest Cemetery in Marlin with the Rev. George Lumpkin officiating.

In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations be made to the Wounded Warrior Foundation.

Aldredge, Jo Lynne Morgan

August 24, 1925 – February 14, 2014

Jo Lynne Aldredge (nee Morgan) died Friday, February 14, 2014. Graveside services were held on February 17, 2014 at Hillcrest Cemetery in Marlin.

She was born August 24, 1925, in Corsicana, Texas, the younger of two children of Lindsay Cuthbert Morgan, Sr. and Ethelda Etta Morgan. The family later moved to Waco, Texas. She attended Corsicana High School and after graduation attended Texas Women’s University.

In 1944 she married Edgar Clinton Aldredge of Many, Louisiana. They settled in Grass Valley, California, initially. They moved to Dallas, where Dr. Aldredge attended Baylor Dental School and finally settled in Marlin, Texas, in 1950. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Marlin for 64 years.

She was preceded in death by a granddaughter, Katherine Carrie Aldredge of Austin; and her brother Lindsay Cuthbert Morgan of Houston.

She is survived by her husband of 70 years, Dr. E. C. Jack Aldredge, DDS; two sons, John Clinton Aldredge of Dallas and Stephen Morgan Aldredge of Marlin; two granddaughters, Robin Aldredge Kraase of Dallas and Stacy Aldredge Curry of Bremond; and three great-granddaughters, Makayla Curry, Maggie Curry and Makenzie Curry of Bremond.

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