Charles Ray Pfluger, 84, of Eldorado, TX passed away February 12, 2014 at home. He was born August 8, 1929 in Eden, TX to Melvin Ray and Francis Melinda Lubke Pfluger.
Charles Ray attended elementary school through 7th grade in the little community of Liveoak, 10 miles southwest of Eden. His first two years of high school he went to Eden and then finished in Menard.
In 1949 when the Korean War began, Charles Ray was one of the first called to serve. After he got out of the service, he went to work for his uncle, Emmett Pfluger, who leased 15,000 acres of the Fort Terrett Ranch on the banks of the North Llano River in Sutton County.
Jonnie Lee Dickens Barrows Burrell passed away Wednesday, January 29, 2014. She was born in Eldorado, Texas on February 9, 1933. She graduated Valedictorian of Eldorado High School and attended San Angelo College (now Angelo State University). She married John L. Barrows of Sonora in 1950. She and John shared a love for the development and growth of San Angelo. He passed away in 1981. Jonnie married Bill Burrell on April 13, 2000. They shared many good times and a love of travel.
ELDORADO -- Christy Lou-Ella Robinson Arendt, 38, was born on December 31, 1975 in Eldorado, and went to be with Jesus on Saturday, January 25, 2014.
Christy first and foremost was wife to Cody Arendt for 18 years, and mother to Clayton,16, Colton, 13, and Cassidy 9, all of Eldorado. She was the daughter of Betty and Edward Robinson, and loved like a daughter by Barbara and Bud Arendt. She is also survived by brothers Gary Robinson and James Robinson and his wife Tonya, and Katelyn, nephews Kendall Robinson, Justin Robinson and his wife Kayla and son Lathen, special cousin Kerry Robinson and wife Vickie, special people in her life were Hoston Hanna, and Chasity Willis and son Zay and April Robinson.
Genevieve Ramsey Koschak, 91, went peacefully to be with her Lord on December 23, 2013. Born April 1, 1922 in Eldorado, Texas to Seth and Beatrice Ramsey, Genevieve graduated from Eldorado High School as valedictorian of her class and from the University of Texas at Austin with a BA in speech and education. She earned a master’s degree from Hardin Simmons University.
Genevieve married the love of her life, Johnny Koschak, on September 25, 1943. After WWII, and moving to Austin, they moved to San Angelo in 1947, where she and Johnny opened a laundry business and quickly became involved in the community. She served as the first president of the newly established Junior League of San Angelo in 1957 and was involved with the creation of the handicapped children’s treatment center which later evolved into the West Texas Rehabilitation Center.