He made all of the cabinets and trim work in his house, and also made two mesquite hope chests and a couple of tables.
Bill also dearly loved learning how to play the fiddle, during which his family suffered through numerous repetitions of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.” Bill fully enjoyed his life before his health began to decline.
She was an avid fan of the Texas Longhorns and Dallas Cowboys.
She spent many hours attending events for her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
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She moved to Llano in 1949, where she became Home Demonstration Agent, teaching 4-H, as well as the Women’s Community Homemaking Clubs for Llano County.
Anabel was raised in Austin by her mother Katherine Kelley and late father Leslie “Bart” Kelley.He died peacefully at home, under the excellent, round the clock care of his hospice caregivers, Amanda, Rhonda, Nancy, Glenda, Lori, and Stephanie, alongside his loving wife, Mary Beth, and their family.A graveside service will be held Thursday, July 5, 2018 at A. at Llano City Cemetery with Dennis Raesener officiating.He also worked for the Llano County Appraisal District for 5 years before retiring to run his ranch full time.While living in Austin, Bill found the time to take woodworking, welding, and art classes.