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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 4, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas A fl Hefaldkgeitung OSuniday February Obituaries Lennie Grannie Jetton Oranrtic age 86 died Fridays Feb ruary 2 1996 at McKcnna Memorial Hospital Grannie was bom in Lipan Texas on May 19 1909 In her spare time she loved to do craft work gardening bin go reading and eating Blue Bel ice cream Grannies favorite past time was to spend time with her family Survivors include her daughters Loretta Baker of New Braunfcls and Vera Lee Butcher of Irving Texas lour grandchildren seven greatgrand children and one greatgreatgrand child A graveside service is scheduled for Monday February 5 1996 at 11 Services will be held at Bundick Ceme tery Smiley Texas The Rev Charles DeHaven will officiate Visitation will begin at 8 Sun day and continue until 9 at Doep pcnschmidt Funeral Home Memorials may be given to St Paul Lutheran Church Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Genevieve Lucille Martinson Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels Texas for Genevieve Lucille Martinson who died in Seguin Texas on February at the age of 94 Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Norma F Cotney Nonna F Cotney age 59 formerly of New Braunfels died in Lexington Tennessee on February 1 1996 A funeral service will be held on Monday Feb 5 1996 at 10 at Tree of Life Fellowship Burial will fake place at Guadalupe Valley Memo rial Park The Rev Don Duncan will officiate Visitation will be from 4 until 8 Sunday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Memorials may be giv en to Tree of Life Fellowship Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Wesley James Handsel III Wesley James Handsel III of New Braunfels was still born on Monday January 29 1996 at the Womens and Childrens Hospital in San Antonio Texas A graveside service will be held on Monday February 5 1996 at at the Saints Peter Paul Catholic Cemetery Msgr Eugene OCallaghan will officiate Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Ernest W Shar Ernest W Shar who resided at another alternative personal care home in New Braunfcls died on Wednes day January 31 1996 at the age of 82 He was born on February 17 1913 in West Grove Pennsylvania to Joseph Shar and Mary Javani His wife pre ceded him in death Mr Shar was a retired master sergeant with the Air Force a member of Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church a life member of Post No 7110 and a life mem ber of the American Legion Post No 179 Mr Shar operated the New Braunfels Pro Golf Shop at Landa Park for many years and served during World War II and the Korean War Mr Shar is preceded in death by his wife Margaret Arnold Shar daugh ter Pamela Shar son Richar Shar and his sister Josephine R Lambesi Sur vivors include daughters Susan Bom marito and Carol Gore both of St Louis Missouri grandson Shar Jr of Missouri sister Lilly S Stevenson of Wallinford broth er Hector Toots Shar of Kennett Square and numerous nieces and nephews A funeral service will be held on Monday February 5 1996 at 3 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Bur ial will be at Guadalupe Valley Memo rial Park The Msgr Edward Bily will officiate Visitation will begin at 8 Sun day and continue until service time on Monday Memorial contributions may be made to the American Legion Post 179 Welfare Fund or to the Post 7110 Welfare Fund Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Herminia Serna Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Herminia Serna of New Braunfcls She died at Guadalupe Valley Hospital Friday at the age of 90 TJ Jacob D Muehleisen Jacob D Muehleisen of Nixon died Friday February 2 1996 at Guadalupe Valley Hospital Seguin at the age of 78 Graveside service will be Mon day February 5 1996 at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park at 2 with full military honors There will be no visitation Frank August Bauerlein Frank August Bauerlein age 79 passed away Saturday February 3 1996 at Eden Home in New Braun fels following a lengthy illness He was bom September in Barks dale Texas to August and Minnie Wooldridge Bauerlein He was married on July 6 1936 in San Angelo Texas to Dorothy Mae Barbarick who pre ceded him in death last March Frank worked as a trainman for the Missouri Pacific Railroad for 38 years prior to his retirement in 1979 He was honorably discharged from the Navy after serving during World War II on the Mississippi from 1943 to 1945 He was a member of WW Post 7110 Survivors include his daughter and soninlaw Mary Annis and Roger Allen grandsons Scott Allen Bo Allen and Jay Allen two greatgrand children all of New Braunfels and a sister Susie Smetana of San Angelo Graveside services will be held Tuesday Feb at 1 at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with Rev Charles Probst officiating Memo rials may be made to Eden Home or Hospice Robert T Stenberg Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Robert T Stenberg of New Braunfels who died Saturday February 3 1996 at MclCenna Memorial Hospital at the Arno M Bormmnn Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Arno M Bormann who died at Four Seasons Nursing Home Northwest in San Antonio on Feb 3 1996 at the age of 82 Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Staudt challenges for senate seat Randy Staudt has joined the race for the Texas Senate seat in District 25 Staudt a Republican iscurrently serving as Mayor ProTern in Lean der where he has served on the city council since 1991 A Baylor University graduate Staudt has a wide array of political experi ence including Elected State Republican Execu tive Committeeman Senate District 25 1994 to present Elected Chairman Republican District Convention 1990 1992 1994 Platform Resolutions Commit tee Republican State Convention 1988 Precinct Chairman 1984 Organized candidate forums get out the vote campaigns voter regis Now serves as Leander Mayor ProTern tration drives voter guide distribution and Conducted training sessions on election procedures precinct elections and conventions and con vention process His professional experience includes a stint as vice president and general manager of Terri Lynn a family owned apparel manufacturing concern with apeak Qrhpibyment of 900 1973 to J ile worked as a Leg islative Aide to State Representative Mike Krusee 199394 and is a pro with TEI Controls 198193 1995 to Randy and his wife Edna a Justice of the Peace in Williamson County are both active with the Austin Crisis Pregnancy Center He participated in the development and presentation of an abstinencebased program to private and public schools county wide The father of five Staudt is also a for the American Fam ily Association and gave prolife testi mony before the Platform Resolutions tiori He has also Worked asalegislative advisor and liaison to the prolife and profamily community He is chairman of the Williamson County Christian Coalition and is a board member of Cornerstone Christ Randy Staudt HILL COUNTRY DOLL SHOW February 10 Civic Center New Braunfels 380 S Seguin St Adult H Children or Free with reusable doll or toy Hourly Door Prizes Bring your dolls for 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