She spent many hours attending events for her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.She was always ready with coffee, baked goodies and great conversation when family, friends and customers dropped by to visit. Surviving family includes: daughter – Nancy Chism of Bluffton, TX, son – Wayne Chism of Llano, TX, daughter – Patsy Altenhoff and her husband David Altenhoff of New Braunfels, TX, and daughter – Donna O’Leary of Hutto, TX.Helen was a resident of Bluffton for 30 years since coming from Atlanta, Georgia. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to any charity of choice., 1925.She married her husband Robert Harrington November 11, 1957 in Arlington, Virginia. A graveside service will be held Monday, July 23, 2018 at Llano City Cemetery at A. She was the daughter of the late Stella Kimbrough Burnett and Wilson Watkins (W. She loved growing up the daughter of a farmer and stockman, and she continued to be the owner of a farm in Moore County until she passed away.Bill took to heart the lessons from his parents, to always treat others with kindness and respect, as evidenced by his countless hours volunteering at numerous community activities and charitable organizations.He loved to travel with his wife in their RV and was the happiest when taking his two granddaughters, Aubrie and Catie, along.Marthlyn married Ramon Chism on December 27Marthlyn was dearly loved by her family, friends and long-time customers - many were third and fourth generation customers of the cabins.
She was born February 4, 1918 in Lynchburg, Virginia to Benjamin Brooks and Grace (Showalter).She was known for her feisty, yet good sense of humor and will be greatly missed by all that knew and loved her.Anabel was the beloved wife of Ronal Burnes, beloved daughter of Katherine Kelley and the late Leslie “Bart” Kelley of Austin, beloved sister to Bart Kelley, Jr & wife Cynthia of Austin and identical twin Eva Jo Meyers & husband Jerry of Hutto, beloved sister-in-law to Roy Burnes & wife Arzenet of Eden and Cynthia Miller & husband Darryl of Kingsland.The couple settled in Kingsland in the early 1970’s, where they raised their three children; Tammy, Katie and Rhonda. She was very proud of her family and was excited to become a “Nannybell” to her 8 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren.Anabel loved the holidays and family get-togethers.