8/5/2020 MIMI SUE TIDWELL RHEA
Mimi Sue passed away on August 1st at the age of 76. Our sincere condolences to her family and friends.
Her obituary reads: In her youth, Mimi participated in little league and was at one
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7/10/2020 MARIE ELIZABETH FOWLER LECHOW
Our dear friend, Marie, was called to Heaven on July 9th. She died at the Austin Heart Hospital surrounded by her loved ones. She lived in Marble Falls for almost 50 years and could give yo
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6/10/2020 MARTHA DAWSON WALDEN
Martha passed away on February 7, 2018. Beloved wife of Brent Walden, mother and grandmother affectionately known as “Grandma Texas,” after a short, courageous battle with cancer, went to j
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After graduation attended UT for 2 years then served in the Navy for 2 years. Returned to UT and graduated in 1967, got married, moved to California, taught elementary school, had a son. Moved to San Francisco and worked as a Cable Car Gripman for several years. Lived in the jungles of Costa Rica for a year then returned to school and earned an MA in Architecture from Rice University. Practiced architecture in Houston, then in Florida and worked as the Bureau Chief in the Office of Plans and Construction. Directed the work of 45 architects,engineers,fire safety inspectors and other staff in the review and approval of all health care design and construction in the state of Florida. Got divorced and then remarried several years later to the sweetest person in the world. Retired in 2010 and presently has a health care facility design and construction consulting business. Outspoken advocate for resident and patient centered care. Speaks at national conferences on health care design, and serves on many national design code committees. Still backpacks in the mountains such as the Andes, Alps, Himalayas, Tetons, Sawtooth and other mountain ranges. Firmly believes, "You don't get old, you just get better".
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