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Kenneth was a resident of Llano for 44 years, since coming from San Antonio, Texas and served in the Marines during the Cuban Missile Crisis.Denise had several loves in her life, her son Kristopher being number one.
Visitation will be held Tuesday, November 28, 2017 from P. She is survived by her husband Stanley Nixon; sons, Randy Nixon and wife Geneva of Camden, Arkansas and Ticen Nixon and wife Sandra of Plainview, Texas; 5 grandchildren, Brandi, Trista, Travis, Ty, and Tad; and 10 great grandchildren.The couple resided in Albany, Texas and later in Llano, where they were small business owners.In later years La Trelle moved to Georgetown, Texas to be with her family.David is survived by his wife Mildred of 68 years, daughter Janne and husband Mike Livermore of Horseshoe Bay, grandson Jeff and wife Ariel Livermore of Dripping Springs, and sister Juanita Smith of Blanco.A funeral service will be held Friday, November 10, 2017 at Waldrope-Hatfield-Hawthorne Funeral Chapel at A. with Reverend Rick Cundieff officiating, interment to follow at Llano City Cemetery. A graduate of Everett High School, Pennsylvania, Von proudly served his country in the USAF during the Korean War.(Bill) Evans, Harry Wayne (Chimp) Evans, Wilford Gaile (Cotton) Evans and sisters Mildred Evans Ziriax, Mozelle Evans Bracy, and Doris Clara Evans Beasley.
In addition to the house, she was an invaluable “farm hand”--raising chickens, milking cows, tending to livestock, growing a garden and many of the other chores of ranch life.
Followed by the San Antonio Spurs, Led Zepplin, dominos and life on the beach.
Always quick with a smile, Denise lived life with great passion Denise is survived by Bruce Anderson, Rob Watson, Kristopher Watson, step-daughter June Watson, three step-grandchildren, her parents, step-mother Caroll, In-laws Bob and Karen Watson, sister Susan Swartzendruber (Tim) of Kansas and two nephews.
Additionally, he was an avid football fan and Nascar, armchair participant.
In his twilight years, he enjoyed watching the wildlife at Lake Buchanan.
Tommy was a lifetime resident of Llano, Texas and attended the First Baptist Church of Llano.