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She was always ready with coffee, baked goodies and great conversation when family, friends and customers dropped by to visit. Surviving family includes: daughter – Nancy Chism of Bluffton, TX, son – Wayne Chism of Llano, TX, daughter – Patsy Altenhoff and her husband David Altenhoff of New Braunfels, TX, and daughter – Donna O’Leary of Hutto, TX.Marthlyn was preceded in death by her parents - Stella and W. Burnett, husband - Raymon Chism, son – Rusty Chism, sister - Francis Fisher, and brothers – Jack Burnett and W. Grandchildren include Travis O’Leary and wife Rachel O’Leary of Austin, TX, Tyler O’Leary of Hutto, TX, and Mark Altenhoff of New Braunfels, TX.Anabel was the beloved wife of Ronal Burnes, beloved daughter of Katherine Kelley and the late Leslie “Bart” Kelley of Austin, beloved sister to Bart Kelley, Jr & wife Cynthia of Austin and identical twin Eva Jo Meyers & husband Jerry of Hutto, beloved sister-in-law to Roy Burnes & wife Arzenet of Eden and Cynthia Miller & husband Darryl of Kingsland.She was the devoted mother of Tammy Manning & husband Wayne of Kingsland, Katie Johnson & husband James of Kingsland, and Rhonda Burnes and significant other Jose Colombo of Llano, the loving “Nannybell” of Chanelle Ross & husband Jason, Charles Manning, Chelsea Simon & husband Bradley, Cassandra Hohmann & husband Dusty, Meghan Broyles & husband Thomas, Cole Schlueter, Faith Manning, and Owen Schlueter.
Memorial contributions may be made to Rock Pile Church Building Fund, PO BOX 38, Marble Falls, TX 78654.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.In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Llano Food Pantry, Anabel was born on March 3, 1950, in Austin, TX.Anabel was raised in Austin by her mother Katherine Kelley and late father Leslie “Bart” Kelley.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.Anabel married the love of her life Ronal Burnes in 1969.The couple settled in Kingsland in the early 1970’s, where they raised their three children; Tammy, Katie and Rhonda. She was very proud of her family and was excited to become a “Nannybell” to her 8 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren.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.