Playing The Game Of “Connect The People”

It’s strange how people all around the country are connected and we never realize it.

I was reading about the Wolf Family from Georgetown (owned the land where the Wolf Ranch Shopping Center is located). We did a lot of work around that development and got to know some of that family. Actually I had known Harry Robertson that married into the Wolf family since childhood. Harry’s sister had married one of my cousins way back when.

Mr. Jay Wolf (the patriarch) died back in the 90’s. Wondering about Mrs. Wolf, Bettie, I found her obit. She had passed on in 2008. While looking at that obit, I saw where her sister was Naoma Glosson from Dripping Springs. We had attended church with Pete and Naoma for several years in Dripping Springs in the 80’s. Very nice people. Their daughter, Marlene was our pianist and a lovely person. She was married to Marvin Myers, a first cousin of the “favorite son” of Marble Falls, Roy Myers.

I love playing the game of “connect the people”.

Speaking of Jay Wolf, this is an article about his life from growing up on the Pedernales over at Johnson City and then coming to Georgetown to go to Southwestern University, then to go on to spend the rest of his life there as a business man.

https://www.wolflakesvillage.com/jay-wolf

This is Mrs. Bettie Wolf’s obit:

https://m.legacy.com/obituaries/statesman/obituary.aspx?n=&pid=101614556&referrer=0&preview=True

While the Wolf Family didn’t built it, it is built on land they previously owned.

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