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Woelfel

Memorial services for Alena Susie Taylor Woelfel, 55, are scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 16, in Tanglewood Baptist Church. Mrs. Woelfel’s body was cremated.

She was born March 28, 1957, in Cameron to William Jefferson and Loree (Pricer) Taylor.

She worked as a paramedic with Washington County. In 1988 she worked as a dispatcher for Williamson County then worked as paramedic/dispatcher for Austin Travis County EMS until 2008.

She and Ronnie Woelfel were married Oct. 3, 2000 in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. She was a member of Tanglewood Baptist Church and the Lexington Eastern Star. She enjoyed hunting, teaching her grandchildren how to fish, had a love for animals and enjoyed gardening and bird watching. She was very dedicated to watching out for and caring for the needs of her neighbors.

Mrs. Woelfel died Feb. 12, near Tanglewood following an accident.

She was preceded in death by her parents.

Survivor are her husband, Ronnie Woelfel of Tanglewood; four daughters, Brandy Callaway of Tanglewood, Felicia Govan and husband Michael of Lexington, Heather Wright and husband Nathan of San Clemente, California and Haley Woelfel of Ledbetter; a son, Kevin Woelfel and wife Amanda of Giddings; four grandchildren, Cameron Callaway and Tyler Callaway of Elgin, Emily Wright and Clarissa Wright of San Clemente, California. Two sisters, Jeanie Betchan and husband Wayne of Rockdale, Diane Simpson and husband Roy of Tanglewood; also, numerous nieces and nephews.

Memorials may be made to; Tanglewood Baptist Church, 11203 Highway 77 North, Lexington, Texas 78947.


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