Edward Gustav Haverland
Friday


(Taylor) Edward Gustav Haverland, 86, died Monday in a Round Rock hospital. Services are today at Yegua Creek Free Evangelical Church, with burial to follow in the church cemetery. Mr. Haverland was born near Taylor and was employed at Alcoa in Rockdale for 38 years. Survivors include:

Wife:
       Evelyn

3 Children:
       Janice Schroeder and husband Harry
       Randy Haverland and wife Carolyn
       Tim Haverland and wife Cheryl

7 grandchildren and 1 great-grandson also survive.
Providence Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


Leroy W. Freels
Saturday, 10AM


(Taylor) Leroy W. Freels, 80 of Taylor, died Monday in a Temple hospital. Services are 10AM Saturday at Trinity Lutheran Church, with burial to follow in Taylor City Cemetery. Visitation will be today from 6-8PM at the church. Mr. Freels was a lifelong residents of Williamson County and graduated from Taylor High School in 1953. He served in the US Army, the National Guard, and the Texas State Guard. He was a charter member of Trinity Lutheran Church and worked 32 years at Schwenker Pharmacy in Taylor. He also spent 10 years working at Providence Funeral Home in Taylor. Survivors include:

Wife:
       Frances Freels of Taylor

Son:
       Kevin Freels and wife Gina of Midlothian

Sister:
       Velma Ziehe and husband Ted of Austin

Brother:
       Jim Freels and wife Nancy of Buda

2 grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews also survive.
Providence Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


Hilton Biglow
Saturday, 11AM


(Cameron) Hilton Biglow, 86, died Saturday in Temple. Services are 11AM Saturday at First Baptist Church. Visitation will be today from 6-7PM at Dorsey Keatts Funeral Home in Cameron. Mr. Biglow was born in Oklahoma and served in the US Army for 20 years. He served during the Vietnam War and earned the Bronze Star. After retiring from the military, he worked 20 years for Alcoa in Rockdale and 4 years for Cameron Nursing Home. He also served as a deacon, church treasurer, and Superintendent of the Sabbath School at Faith Tabernacle.
Dorsey-Keatts Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


Inez Washington
Saturday, 11AM


(Hearne) Inez Washington, 94 of Calvert, died Wednesday in Bryan. Services are 11AM Saturday at Independent Missionary Baptist Church in Calvert.
Glenn Mack Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


Rosie Mae Calhoun Walker
Saturday, 2PM


(Hearne) Rosie Mae Calhoun Walker, 93 of Hearne, died Thursday in Bryan. Services are 2PM Saturday at Little Flock Missionary Baptist Church in Hearne.
Glenn Mack Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


Ella Lee Wilkerson
Saturday, 2PM


(Hearne) Ella Lee Wilkerson, 90 of Cameron, died Saturday in a Temple healthcare center. Services are 2PM Saturday at Central Church of Christ in Cameron, with burial to follow in Oak Hill Cemetery. Visitation is 1 hour prior to the services. Mrs. Wilkerson was born in Cameron and attended OJ Thomas High School, where she graduated as valedictorian. She earned a bachelor's degree from Huston-Tillotson College and a Master's degree from Prairie View A&M. She then worked as an educator for 30 years. Survivors include:

Children:
       Vanessa Dunn
       Joni Hoyle and husband Curtis
       Gerald Wilkerson and wife Karen

6 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild, and a host of nieces, nephews, and other friends and family also survive.
Glenn Mack Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


Gloria Ann Huerta
Tuesday, 11AM


(Cameron) Gloria Ann Huerta, 60 of Cameron, died Wednesday in a Temple hospital. Services are 11AM Tuesday at St. Monica's Catholic Church in Cameron, with burial to follow in the church cemetery. Rosary will be 7PM Monday at Green Patterson Funeral Home in Cameron. Mrs. Huerta was born in Cameron and was a homemaker and member of St. Monica's Catholic Church. Survivors include:

Sons:
       Michael Borgas of Cameron
       Socorro Borgas of Georgetown

Daughters:
       Sandy Borgas-Garcia of Taylor
       Raquel Huerta
       Angelica Huerta-Acosta, both of Cameron
       Laura Huerta of Austin

Brothers:
       Victor Borgas
       Pete Borgas
       Bonifacio Borgas
       Albert Borgas
       Manuel Borgas, all of Cameron
       Matilde Borgas of Plainview

Sisters:
       Maximina Johnson of Rockdale
       Margarita Borgas of Cameron
       Theresa Borgas of MA

20 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild also survive.
Green-Patterson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


Daniel Miller Padilla
Later Date (1-21)


(Rockdale) Daniel Miller Padilla, 54 of Rockdale, died Monday at his home. Services will be at a later date. Mr. Padilla was born in Seattle, Washington and attended school there and in Idaho. He later attended Idaho State University. He became a certified EMT and also worked as a medic and police officer at the Shoshone-Bannock Fort Hall Indian Reservation. Mr. Padilla also served as a US Army Medic. After leaving the service, he worked as a toy manager at KayBee Toys. He spent the past 5 years living in Rockdale and attended First Baptist Church of Milano. Survivors include:

Wife:
       Andrea Padilla of Rockdale

Father:
       Daniel Madrid Padilla of AZ

Mother:
       Joyce Elaine Long of OR

Step-Son:
       Joshua Word of Fort Worth

Step-Daughter:
       Christa Michelle Word of Austin

4 grandchildren and two nephews also survive.
Phillips and Luckey Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


Paul Guy Dillon
Later Date (1-22)


(Rosebud) Paul Guy Dillon, 74 of Rosebud, died Wednesday in a Waco Hospital. Services are tentatively set for February 14th.
Cook-Gerngross-Green-Patterson Funeral Home in Rosebud is in charge of arrangements.




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