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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 11, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Obituaries William Carl Brashears Jr William Carl Brashears Jr passed away at his home in New Braunfels Texas on Thursday Feb 8 1996 at the age of 75 He was born Sept 11 1920 in Cabot Ark Mr Brashears graduated from high school in Lorena Texas and attended Texas A M University On February 2 1940 he enlisted in the Army His first overseas deploy ment was in North Africa with the Texas 36th Division and served in the infantry regiment of AntiTank Com pany 143 His next deployment came with the invasion of Italy at Salerno as part of the NaplesFoggia and RomeArno Campaign in the European Theater He was critically wounded north of Rome with multiple 50caliber wounds from German Tiger Tank He was commended for gallantry in action by receiving the European African Middle Eastern Theater Medal with two bronze service starts along with the Silver Star and Purple Heart He also received the American Defense Service Medal the American Theater Medal the Good Conduct Medal three overseas service bars a combat infantry badge and the World War II Victory Medal His highest rank achieved was Staff Sergeant and Section Leader He was discharged Feb 2 1946 from McCloskey Hospital in Temple Texas He worked many years for the Vet erans Administration and retired from civil service at Randolph Air Force Base in Universal City Texas He and his family resided for many years in Waco Texas and New Braunfels He was preceded in death by his father William Carl Brashears one time superintendent of schools in Lore na Texas and Little Rock his mother and Ruby Estelle Brashears also a teacher He was also preceded in death by a brother Raymond Gardner Brashears He was active in the VFW was past commander of the American Legion was a lifetime member of the Disable American Veterans in San ford and member of the Mason ic Lodge He is survived by his wife Bertie Eudora Brashears daughters Becky Jean Brashears Billie Carrol Alvarez son Robert Louis Bernard and grand children David Lawrence Brashears Tracey Nicole Alvarez Sean Christo pher Alvarez Bobbi Kay Bernard arid John Bradley Bernard The funeral will be held at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels Texas at 9 am on Monday Feb with graveside services at Fort Sam Houston National Ceme tery at Monday Memorials can be pledged to Hospice New Braun Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Jerry LaMotte Patterson Mr Jerry LaMotte Patterson age 60 died Thursday Feb at the Northeast Methodist Hospital in San Antonio He was bom Dec in Big Spring TX to Claude L Patterson Jr and Oreta Ruth McWhirter Patter son He was a resident of New Braun fels and a petroleum consultant in the oil and gas business He was a member of the Monahans Masonic Lodge in Monahans TX member of the New Braunfels Christian Church and a member of the American Petroleum Institute He married Peggy D Crews on May Survivors are his wife Peggy D Patterson Mother Oreta Ruth Patter son of Big Spring TX Daughter and soninlaw Judy P Barnes and her husband Billy W Barnes of New Braunfels Son and daughterinlaw Robert E Patterson and his wife Susan L Patterson of New Braunfels Broth er Claude L Patterson III of Califor nia Sister Frances Annette Spradling of Lubbock TX Grandchildren Jen nifer and James Barnes Ashley and Brandon Patterson Several nieces and nephews Funeral service will be held on Mon day Feb 12 at 10 at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel with Rev Rick Bartlett officiating Burial will follow in the Comal Cemetery with Masonic graveside services Visitation begins after 1 Sunday and continues until service time Monday Arthur Glenn McCain Mr Arthur Glenn McCain age 68 of New Braunfels died Saturday Feb Affordable Communications Power SAMSUNGS PRQSTAR BUSINESS TELEPHONE SYSTEMS Get a complete feature list at an affordable price With a flexible expansion path Prostar gives you the options you need Samsung the right choice for C AIL TO DAY your business Your Authorized Samsung 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daughters Shelly Thompson 6f Boerne TX and Brenda Woodlee of Frankston TX Stepsons Donald Morris and his wife Brenda of Frankston Stephen Morris and his wife Tammy of New Braunfels Sam Thompson and his wife Leatrice of Somerset Sister Genevieve Hawks of Kingwood TX Nieces Sheila Hawks of Houston TX Marsha Nowotny of BOWERS Kingwood TX and Shirley Jones of La Vernia TX Nephews Ronald Kebodeaux of Houston TX and Hen ry Alan Kebodeaux of Steamboat Springs CO and 11 grandchildren Graveside service held Tues day Feb 13 at 2 the Bexar Cemetery in Somerset with Rev John Scott McCain and Rev Glenn Stuart McCain officiating Visitation begins Sunday after 6 at the Zoeller Funeral Home Memorials may be made to Hospice New Braunfels fUNERALHOME Miguel A Madero Miguel A Madero of New Braun fels died Wednesday Feb 7 1996 at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 73 He was born June in New Braunfels to Miguel Najar Madero and Elvira Arias Madero He married Carmen Partida on June 17 1951 Mr Madero retired from Mission Valley Textiles after 42 years of service He was a member of the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church and was a veteran of the Army having served during WWII Survivors are his wife Carmen P Madero Daughters and sonsinlaw Carol M Castro of New Braunfels Lucy and her husband Robert of Oceanside CA Rosie M Sotelo and her husband Rarniro of New Braunfels Linda M Anderson and her husband Tim of New Braunfels Sons and daughterin law Miguel P Madero of New Braunfels Bias Madero and his wife Sybil of Oxnard CA Brothers and sistersinlaw Raul madero of San Antonio Antonio A Madero and his wife Emma Jean of San Antonio Julio A Madero and his wife Maria of New Braunfels Sisters Guadalupe A Madero of New Braunfels Gloria and Estella Madero both of San Antonio and 14 grandchildren and five great grandchildren A rosary was recited Thursday at 7 at Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel Funeral mass was held Friday at 2 at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with Rev Richard Overstar celebrant Burial was in the Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Ceme4 tery FUNCWLHOMl Peggy L Zglinicki Peggy L Zglinicki age 69 died at her residence Thursday Feb 8 1996 Funeral services will be Monday at 3 at Zoeller Funeral Home Burial Tuesday at 10 at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery with Rev Don Somerville officiating Will lie in state at Zoeller Funeral Home from 4 Sunday until service time Monday Needlework Kits Off jMrftekl Pillow Forms OP14 4 OP16 OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES 2 96 OUR EVERYDAY LOW OP18 REG 1yd Pkg 96C OUR REG LOW HeatnBond ThermO Web FUSIBLE BOND 5yd Pkg OUR REG LOW Gift Bass SOLIDS PRINTS Small I8 OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICE Medium IS OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICE Large 99C IB OUR EVERYPAY COW PRICE KnitCroSheen 1001 COTTON IN SOLIDS VARIEGATED 4 METALLICS 2oz Sculpey Modeling Compound Selection Spring Bushes 97C OUR EVERYDAY LOW PUUDT Full Colorl IronOn Transfers s ValU Pak Pony Beads 97C OUR EVERYDAY pUR EVERYDAY LOW LOW Craft Paints INCLUDES IRIS TULIPS DAFFODILS 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