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Anna DelBosque
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Anna DelBosque, 45, of Mathis, died Tuesday, July 28, 2015. Ms. DelBosque was born Dec. 17, 1969, in Stephenville to Jose and Rosalinda DelBosque. Survivors include two sons, Juan (Angela Marie Diaz) Villarreal Jr. and Ricky Angel DelBosque of Mathis; her parents, Jose and Rosalinda DelBosque of Mathis; two sisters, Olga Salinas DelBosque of Mathis and Deanna Villarreal of Banquete; three brothers, Santiago DelBosque and Santana DelBosque, both of Mathis, and Jose DelBosque Jr. of Minnesota; and one grandchild. A rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 30, at Dobie Funeral Home chapel. The funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Friday, July 31, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Burial followed in Descanso Eterno No. 2 Cemetery. Services were entrusted to Dobie Funeral Home.
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Live Oak County Sheriff's Office units patrol the area in case of incidents
Live Oak County Sheriff's Office units patrol the area in case of incidents
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Stewart Taylor
Stewart Taylor
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Taylor excited to get back on basketball court
by Coy Slavik, Advance-Guard Editor
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Stewart Taylor
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GOLIAD – Stewart Taylor couldn’t resist the urge to get back into coaching. Taylor, who was hired last month to replace retired David Kelley as the Goliad Tigers’ head basketball coach, most recently served as an administrator for Leander ISD, where he supervised the athletic director and principals from 37 schools. “The only way I survived moving into administration was being able to think through the lens of a coach,” Taylor said. “Although I wasn’t coaching a football team, I was facilitating and supervising 23 elementary school principals. A lot of that is very similar to coaching. You have to inspire and work with people and set and achieve goals in a team concept. “Although the scoreboard went away, the blessing of being a coach and a facilitator of learning never left me.” Taylor, brother of Goliad head football coach Kyle Taylor, was hired as the head basketball coach at Nixon-Smiley in 1985. He moved on to be the head basketball coach at Hondo for three years before taking the head-coaching job at Austin Bowie. Taylor, who is the brother of former Goliad athletic director Kyle Taylor, returned to his high school alma mater, Austin Westlake, to become the head coach for the Chaparrals before serving at Wimberley in his last head-coaching job. “Just being able to connect with the kids and get that feeling that I had when I first got into this profession has just sparked a fire in me,” said Taylor, who was unanimously approved by the Goliad board of trustees at its June 29 meeting. Goliad will have new head coaches for both its varsity basketball teams. Chris Jost was hired to take over the girls program in June.
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Diane Brady, left, gave a speech honoring Aurora Gonzales, seated, who not only founded but was the first president of the San Patricio United Democrats.
Diane Brady, left, gave a speech honoring Aurora Gonzales, seated, who not only founded but was the first president of the San Patricio United Democrats.
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