Kerrville Daily Times, July 19, 2006, Page 3

Kerrville Daily Times

July 19, 2006

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Kerrville Daily Times (Newspaper) - July 19, 2006, Kerrville, Texas fhe Kerrville Daily TimesHill Country Wednesday, July 19, 2006 Paul B. Altaian Services pending KERRVILLE — Services for Paul B. Aikman, who died July 17, 2006, at a local hospital, are pending at Kerrville Funeral Home. Elizabeth Laws Carmichael Services Friday KERRVILLE — Elizabeth Laws Carmichael, 96, died peacefully at her home in Kerrville on July 16, 2006. She was bom September 22, 1909, in Dividing Creek, New Jersey, to Norman Lore and Alice DuBois Perry Laws. She graduated from Bridgeton High School and completed a three-year course at Trenton State Normal School, a prerequisite to her being admitted to a federal training program in physical therapy at Walter Reed Army Hospital. Upon completion of her training she was transferred to Fitzsimmons Army Hospital in Denver, Colorado. She came to Texas in 1934 to continue her career as a physical therapist at Brooke General Army Hospital, Ft. Sam Houston in San Antonio. While there, she met and married Capt. Amos Eugene Carmichael, U.S. Army, retired, on January 28,1936. Upon his death in 1948, she resumed her career at the Eloise Jaffett School for Crippled Children. She returned to federal service in 1951 when she moved to Kerrville, Texas, and became the head of the Department of Physical Therapy at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital, where she worked until her retirement in 1969. Upon her retirement she dedicated herself to church and community service and was honored by the City of Kerrville with the Community Service Award. She lived for five years in Austin, but six years ago returned to Kerrville and rejoined the congregation of Trinity Baptist Church, where she had unselfishly and faithfully served for b5 years. Always energetic and capable, she enjoyed helping others less fortunate than herself, visiting nursing homes, providing transportation for the elderly, volunteering at the Dieted Claim and various outreach programs for shut-ins. She was loved by many and touched the lives of several generations with her acts of kindness and generosity. She will also be remembered for her modesty, preferring to go unrecognized, with her reward being the satisfaction she got from helping others. She is survived by her daughters, Alice Carmichael Royalty and husband, Max, of Lake Jackson, Texas; Ruth Carmichael King-Leves and husband Charley, of Goigona, Panama; by her son, Leland Neal Carmichael and wife Dale, of Kerrville, Texas; by granddaughter Amy Royalty Jordan of Louisville, Kentucky; and by grandson Stuart Andrew Royalty and wife Darcy, of Venice, California; and by great-granddaughter Usa Nicole Jordan of Atlanta, Georgia. She is also survived by four step-grandchildren, Kenneth Black, Kim Black Odom, Kirk Black, and Mia Landrum, and ll step-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Col. Amos Eugene Carmichael; and by her brothers, Edward and Harold Laws, and her sister, Thelma Laws Speth. Services will be on Friday, July 21,2006, at IO a.m. at Trinity Baptist Church in Kerrville, Texas. Interment will be at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio, Texas on Monday, July 24, 2006. In lieu of floral arrangements, the family suggests memorial donations be made in her honor to Trinity Baptist Church, Kerrville, Texas, The Baptist Children’s Home, or to the charity of one’s choice. The family invites you to leave a message or memory at www. kerrvillefuneralhome.com by selecting Obituaries. Select “Sign Guestbook” at the bottom of the individual Memorial. Arrangements are under the direction and personal care of Kerrville Funeral Home. rn Kerrville Funeral Home 1221 Junction Hwy. (830) 895-5111 www.kerrvillefuneralhome.com Clark Family Bakery 792-3223    < On Vacation July 2229 Re-Open July 31 WRIGHT’S FUNERAL PARLOR We can handle Funerals, Cremation, Memorial services, and Graveside services. AT NEED OR PRE ARRANGEMENT PLAN Funerals starting at    Direct Cremation $2435.00 ylfer $900.00 1913 Junction Hwy.    830-895-3323 1-888-438-9819 A mile passed WalMart on the left website; timeformemory. com/wrights WE HONOR ALL OTHER FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE POLICIES. Obituaries Wednesday, July 19, 2006 Attn: District 5, San Antonio, TX 78229. The family invites you to send condolences at www.grimes funeralchapels.com by selecting the “Send Condolences” link. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Grimes Funeral Chapels of Kerrville. Ezequlel “Zeke” Davila Jr. Services Friday KERRVILLE — Ezequiel “Zeke” Davila Jr., bom January 9,1925, to Petra and Ezequiel Sr. in Waring, TX, and moved to Kerrville in 1937, at the age of 12, passed away July 17, 2006. He left behind his wife, Annie J. Davila; daughter, Rosie D. Magana and husband, Robert; two sons, Ezequiel J. Davila III and wife, Jan, and Fernando J. Davila and wife, Sandy; 15 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren; and brother Cosme Davila. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Martha Ann Davila Vargas and four brothers, Julio, Manuel, Ygnacio and Gilberto and one sister, Sisaraia D. Florez and numerous nieces and nephews. He served in World War II from May 6,1943, to January 19,1946, and was stationed in Hawaii and the Philippines. He was in the 763rd Army Tank Battalion and was a cannoneer on a 34 ten tank and loaded 75 millimeter guns carried by the tank. He earned the World War II Victory Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal with two bronze stars, Philippine Liberation Ribbon with two bronze stars and the Good Conduct Medal. He belonged to Notre Dame Catholic Church. He belonged to the Holy Name Society, was an usher, presenter and served one term on the board of directors. Recitation of the holy rosary will be on Thursday, July 20,2006, at 7 p.m. at Grimes Funeral Chapels. Mass of Christian Burial will be Friday, July 21, 2006, at 1:30 p.m. at Notre Dame Catholic Church. Interment will follow at Garden of Memories Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 8115 Datapoint Dr. Grimed ^unera/ FYA/yis/l 728 Jefferson St • Kerrville, TX 78028 (830)257-4544 www.grimesfuneralchapels.com Johnny H. Lackey Services today CENTER POINT — Johnny H. Lackey, 65, a lifelong resident of Center Point, passed away Sunday, July 16,2006, at his residence. He was bom February IO, 1941, in Center Point to B.F. Lackey Jr. and Beunah Iona (Bagby) Lackey. On November 18, 2002, he married Lucia Rios in Boerne. Johnny was a technician for the telephone company. He loved hunting, fishing, camping and music, as well as working on cars, any new projects and getting together with his family. He is survived by wife, Lucy Lackey of Center Point; daughters, Laura Lackey of Houston, Nicole Lackey of Center Point, Elizabeth Paries and husband, Steven, of Bandera; sons, Shawn Lackey and wife, Kelly, of Tomball and Abelino Garza Jr. and wife, Ashleigh, of Bandera; sister, June Lott of Center Point; brothers, Rudy Lackey and Benny Lackey ID, both of Center Point and Randy Lackey of Medina; grandchildren, Mackenzie Lackey, Cassidy Lackey, Jazmine Lescuer, John Collins, Nikolas Moehle, Raven Parks, Baylee Parks, Devyn Parks and Madelyn Zoe Garza. Graveside services will be on Wednesday, July 19,2006, at 2 p.m. at Camp Verde Cemetery, officiated by Pastor John Fletcher. Pallbearers will be Randy Lackey, Rudy Lackey, Shawn Lackey, William G. Lott, Frank Rios, Ignacio Rios and Clifton Leda. The family invites you to send condolences at www.grimes funeralchapels.com by selecting the “Send Condolences” link. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Grimes Funeral Chapels of Kerrville. Patricia Matter McDonald Services Thursday SAN ANTONIO — Graveside services for Patricia Mariar McDonald, 59, of Lakehills, who died Monday, July 17, 2006, in a San Antonio hospital, will be at IO a.m. Thursday, July 20, at Pipe Creek Cemetery, officiated by Brother James Mariar. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Grimes Funeral Chapels of Bandera. George Burnett McIntosh Jr. Services pending KERRVILLE - Services for George Burnett McIntosh Jr., 85, of Kerrville, who died July 18,2006, at his residence, are pending at Kerrville Funeral Home. James R. Murphy Services pending SAN ANTONIO — Services for James R. Murphy, 83, of Kerrville, who died Sunday, July 16,2006, in a San Antonio hospital, are pending at Grimes Funeral Chapels of Kerrville. Anna tnnsuna unnsvy Ss/VSHfJ lutist SSY// YAsyis/i 728 Jefferson St • Kwrvilto, TX 78028 (830)257-4544 www.grtmwfuiMralchapato.com Vista Care ‘Hospice "Excellence untfwut exception* COMPREHENSIVE HOSPICE CARE PROVIDING. •Nursing Care •Home Health Aide •Counseling •Social Worker Services •Pastoral Care •Volunteer services to patients/families •Bereavement Services VstaCair 830-792-6200 or 800-444-1317 1001 Water Street, Suite Bl OO • Kerrville _ Debts got you down? •^CONSUMERCREDTT    QQ05 Ti IACI 1884 Bankruptcy, Credit A Housing Counseling Financial Education - Debt Management Plans Knowing the difference makes all the difference Non-Profit Community Service In Kerrville Se habla Espanol 800.410.2227 - www.cccasa.org Consumer Credit Counseling Service Of Greater San Antonio Main Office 6851 Citizens Parkway 210-979-4300 (Approved to issue certificates in compliance with the Bankruptcy code Approval does not endorse or assure the quality of an agency’s services) mother and grandmother ... her family was her joy. She will be remembered for her vivacious personality and love of life. Christy was a creative and generous gift-giver and always made every event a special one. Christy is survived by her husband, Bruce E. Ponton Jr. of Austin; sons David Ponton of Kerrville, Michael Ponton and wife Carri of Georgetown, and Mark Ponton of Houston; grandchildren, Justin, Taylor, TYavis and Jacob Ponton; brother, Bruce Bryant and wife Marian of Houston; sister, Mary DeWalt of Austin; sister-in-law, Toni Morris and husband Dr. Bill Morris of Kerrville; nieces and nephews, Paul Frei-wald, Leigh Freiwald, Dylan Bryant, Katherine Bryant, Dr. Dorothy Ponton, Richard Ponton Jr., Melissa Morris, and Jeffrey Morris; uncles, Cactus Pryor and Wally Pryor of Austin, and Bill Bryant of Corpus Christi; aunt, Harriet Scotka of San Antonio; and many wonderful cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents, niece Austin Bryant, and brother-in-law Richard Ponton. Graveside services will be at Oakwood Annex Cemetery, 1601 Navasota Street, Austin, TX, on Thursday, July 20,2006, at 5 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The American Cancer Society. Arrangements are by Weed-Cor-ley-Fish Funeral Home, 3125 N. Lamar Blvd., Austin, Texas 78705, (512) 452-8811. Obituary and guestbook online at wcfish.com. Audrey W. Rots Services pending KERRVILLE - Services for Audrey W. Ross, 94, of Kerrville, who died Tuesday, July 18, 2006, in a local care center, are pending at Grimes Funeral Chapels of Kerrville. Juanita Rose Schilhab e Services Thursday KERRVILLE — Juanita Rose Schilhab, 71, of Kerrville, Texas* passed away peacefully on July 16, 2006, in her home.    *- Juanita was bom March 3,1935C* to William and Loma Reynolds in San Antonio, Texas. She married Erwin “Tex” Schilhab on December 31, 1955, in Fort Worth. They renewed their vows in St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Schulenburg, TX, on their 25th anniversary. She was an excellent homemaker and seamstress who enjoyed crocheting and quilting. She vol unteered in the community and helping others was her mission in life. She was a loving wife, mother, ’ and grandmother who will be ’ deeply missed by her loved ones. ’ Juanita moved to Kerrville a year; ago, and was a parishioner at Notre 4 Dame Catholic Church. She is preceded in death by her parents and a sister, Sharon Burnett.' She is survived by her husband 1 of 50 years, Erwin “Tex” Schilhab; daughters, Linda A. D’Agostino-Scheffer of Richmond, TX, Jane L Bortness and husband Rick of Tempe, AZ, Donna S. Taylor and * husband Jon of Carrizo Springs,’- See Obituaries, page JOA Services Thursday AUSTIN — Anna Christina “Christy” Ponton of Austin, Texas, passed away on July 16, 2006. Christy was born in Austin on March 24, 1945, to Frank and Mary Alice Bryant. She grew up in Austin, Louisiana, San Antonio, Midland, and Mallorca, Spain. She, her husband Bruce, and three sons lived in Houston for many years, where Christy worked for the IRS until her retirement in 1998. After retirement, Christy and Bruce moved to their dream home on the shores of Lake Buchanan where Christy filled the house with family and friends whenever possible. In their new home, she began making scented candles, which resulted in a thriving business. Christy spent her life as a devoted and loving daughter, sister, wife, Kerrville Funeral Home 1221 Junction Hwy. (830)895-5111 www.kerrvillefuneralhome .com Gene Allen, CFSP, CPC Kate Allen, M.Ed. LPC Come visit us and see our modern facilities. For a Life Worth Ctltbminf Vtoud Member me JON CHANCELLOR, M.D. (Board certified in Sports Medicine & Family Practice) NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS AT CARE CLINICS. Walk-ins welcome Medicare/Most Insurant:e Accepted ♦Plus United Heath Care Insurance 792-4805 located in the Ultrafit Resort ‘No club membership required Specializing in Family Practice «£ Sports Medicine John ‘M. grimes It is an interesting phenomenon how two people view the same situation so differently, according to how they think. Have you ever thought about why some people say “a day is partly sunny” and others, commenting on the same day, will say it is “partly cloudy”? It is the optimist who remembers the sunshine; the pessimist remembers the dark clouds... Or if a glass of water is half full, the optimist will think of it that way. But the pessimist will say, “it is half empty!” How you think and what you think can and does affect your actions. Lovable thoughts produce one result. Thoughts of hate produce the opposite result. It is true...“As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.” Wouldn’t today be a good day to begin to think hopefully and look for opportunities in every difficulty instead of difficulty in every opportunity? Being an optimist is much more fun than being a pessimist. . . It is more pleasant to be around an optimist than a pessimist.. .Don’t you agree?..... JOHN & SUSIE GRIMES 400 EARL GARRETT ST KERRVILLE, TEXAS 78028 257-4544 www.grimesfuneralchapels.comwww.stoepdford.cow ;

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