New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 5, 1996, Page 2

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May 05, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 5, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 2 A O Horald-Zettung O Sunday, May 5,1996 '■ . - | *• “■ *Obituaries OtOfQt K« Nowotny George E. Nowotny, longtime resident insurance agert^ civic leader of New Braunfels who received an array of honors and awards, died at McKenna Memorial Hospital in New Braunfels, Texas, Friday night, May 3,1996. George was bom August 6,1906 in Hancock, Texas. The area is now covered by waters of Canyon Lake. At the age of 6 months, his family moved to New Braunfels, where his father went in business and later was elected Sheriff and Tax Collector of Comal County. His parents were Peter Nowotny, Jr. and Enake Lunate Nowotny. He graduated fhm New Braunfeb High School in 1924 and was vice-president of his class. He was active in sports and was also a member of the orchestra. His parents suggested he attend Texas A&M or the University of Texas after graduation, but George had, as he called it “Die Wanderlust” and chose to attend a trade school—the Nota Radio School of New Orleans. After completing his course and passing all the examinations, he received a job as second operator on the Munson Liner— Excelsior—which operated between New Orleans and Cuba. After several trips, homesickness set in and he returned to New Braunfels and attend- (.ll I IM )( (KS W Xii VIX! I WALNUT 6 629-6400 111 35 and Walnut Ave. Sa-Sar unit ie Quest EEH) * M TheCiaft IMW m 'W{ “■Hafir* JL&fed rn Substitute ID 108 l|j RICHARD GRRF A,*** pfHarS; Barbwire m SJI 7* SJI 7J|| rn—rn I# Presented in »>*»«» Mseejj fri 5 jo L ta rn mm mm mni r Harvey Keitel ! George Clooney RL Bp WI JMPtattN I IIM-.II MMM ~an ■ ed and graduated from Draughan’s Business School in San Antonio. He was hired by Mr. Ernest Sipple to work in his new Edison Phonograph Store to sell radios. The sales experience stood him well, but times were hard and business was not good, so George applied for a job as a radio operator and worked for a company who operated a fleet of ocean-going tugs—hauling barges of oil from Port Arthur to Miami, Florida. After experiencing several near hurricanes, he decided to return to New Braunfels and went to work for Mr. Sipple again. Shortly thereafter he was approached by a supervisor of die Alamo Life Insurance Co. of San Antonio to come to work for diem. He accepted and then took many home courses of study in Life Underwriting and Salesmanship. He opened his own agency—George E. Nowotny and Associates. In 1954 he became the first Chartered Life Underwriter in New Braunfels. Over the years he represented many well known companies until his retirement in 1971. He was known as a record keeper and a record breaker in the insurance business for his production record. On February 9, 1929, George married Margaret Voigt They have two sons, both graduating with high honors from the University of Texas, George, Jr. and Robert Allen. Over the years George was active in many civic organizations. For many years he was on the church council of the First Protestant Ouch. He received die Silver Beaver Award for his work with the Alamo Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America. For his diligent work with the Chamber of Commerce he was awarded the Hall of Honor Award in 1972. He served on the board of trustees for the local Elks Lodge #2279 for several years. He belonged to the Germania Farmer Verein and was a life member of the Mission Valley Bowling Club and the New Braunfels Schuetzen Verein. In 1929 he became the youngest member of the New Braunfels Noon Lions Club. He was president of the club in 1934—1935 and in August 1981, was awarded a life membership. He also received the Melvin Jones Fellow Award by Lions International. He was very proud to be a member of the Lions Club and attended his last meeting last August when the club honored him with a special birthday cake and celebration. When he wasn’t busy professionally or working for some community project, George enjoyed hunting and fishing and raising Homing Pigeons. He was well read and took a great interest in die community, state and nation. A favorite thought was ‘To fail—do what you —like. To succeed—like what you do.” He is survived by his sons, George E. Nowotny, Jr. and wife Dena of Tulsa, Ok; Robot Allen Nowotny and wife Lynda of Crested Butte, CO and grandsons Edward D. Nowotny and wife Alice of Austin, Tx; George E. Nowotny, III and wife Jane of Anaheim Hills, CA; Addison Nowotny of Booneville, ARK; step-grandson Joey Dills and wife Sheila of Tulsa, OK and great grandson George E. Nowotny,IV of Annaheim Hills, CA.; step-great grandsons Wm. W.(Billy) Dills and Joey Dills, Jr. of Tulsa, Ok. Also surviving are two sisters-in-law, Wilma Nowotny of San Antonio and Esther Timmerman of New Braunfels and nieces Marie Offer- ur High School ege Graduate I Lasts A Lifetime In preparation for college. Austin Miller, a high school student in New Braunfels, discusses his profile with his parents, Mr. A Mrs. Don Miller (left) and Tom Williford, President of the Institute Of Management Success. Inc. (right). TIU V' * • ‘    .'r I    A *!•    « » .*«'■ Present this sd and receive 20% eft on a personal evaluation designed to determine your Graduate's career preference or purchase a Gift Certificate in any amount up to $250.00. Each Graduate will receive 4 hours of oral and written evaluations to determine their career preference. They will also be given help in selecting a school that will property meet their educational needs; College, Vocational, Trade School or Apprenticeship. Over the last 25 years we have helped thousands of others, let us help your Graduate too. 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Plan la Tm... y/fltauf"/ Walnut Ave. at IH-35 New Braunfels 625-5165 man, Jeanette Fdger, HikJabeth Nowotny, Frances Oerfi, and Betty Ann Davis of New Braunfels and Jo Ann Richardson of Gonzales, TX and Elaine Deering of Plano, TX. Funeral services are scheduled for Monday, May 6,1996, at 2:00 p.m. at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, 189 North Seguin Street, New Braunfels, TX. The Rev. Richard Carse will officiate. Interment will follow at Sunset Memorial Park, 1701 Austin Hwy., San Antonio, TX. Pallbearers will be Don H. Offerman, Ray Felger, Fred Oertli, Charles Richardson, Milton Kaderli, Merritt Schumann, and Vol Davis, Jr. Honorary Pallbearers are members of the New Braunfels Noon Lions Club, Herbert Liebscher of New Braunfels and Monroe Nowotny of San Antonio. The family wishes to express their gratitude to Bea Coleman for being the caregiver for the last three years; to Dr. Stan Handshy, die staff and nurses at McKenna Memorial Hospital and other nurses and aides that assisted Memorials may be made to The First Protestant Church, The Texas Lions League for Crippled Children (Box 247, Kerrville, TX (78029) or Texas Elks Children Service (Route 5, Box 191, Gonzales, TX 78629) or the charity of your choice. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Francas C. Luna Frances C. Luna, age 66, of New Braunfels, died Friday, May 3, 1996 in San Antonio, Texas. She was bom May 19, 1929 in New Braunfels to Pedro Cordova and Soledad Fuentes Cordova. She married Fernando Luna on November 1947. Mrs. Luna was a member of the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church where sire was involved with the Guadahipana Society. She was a member of the Union Fune-bre Padres De Familiares No. I of New Braunfels, Texas. She retired from die Mission Valley Mill Textiles. Survivors are her beloved husband, Fernando Luna; son, and daughter-in-law, Joey and Mauri Luna of Livermore, Calif.; sisters, Carmel Leos, Jovita Flores, Consuete Cantu and Senaida Martinez, all of New Braunfels; brothers, Pete Cordova and Victor Martinez, both of New Braunfels; grandchildren, Lizza Rodas, Jessica Luna and Jason Luna. A rosary will be recited Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral mass is scheduled for IO am at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with the Rev. Richard Oberstar celebrant Interment will follow in the Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Cemetery. Visitation continues until 9:30 am Monday, when the procession departs the funeral home. Krr- De Anna Villarreal, Sr., all of New Braunfels; 18 grandchildren; 22 greatgrandchildren; one grcat-grcat-grand-son; sisters, Marcels Saenz of San Antonio, Andrea Gomez of New Braunfels, Maria Villarreal of San Antonio; brother, Mariano Villarreal of New Braunfels. A rosary will be recited Monday at 7 p.m. at die Zoeller Funeral Home. A funeral mass is scheduled for IO am Tuesday at the Holy Family Catholic Church. Burial will follow in the Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Cemetery. Visitation begins after 6 pm Sunday and continues until 9:30 am Tuesday when the funeral procession departs the funeral home. WnS^lhSS Emillano Vlllarraal Emiliano Villarreal, age 84, of New Braunfels, died Saturday, May 4,1996 at the Colonial Manor Care Center. He was bom August 20,1911 in San Nicolas, Nuevo Leon, Mexico to Feliciano and Petra Villarreal. He married Maria Cantu, who preceded him in death in 1990. He was a member of the Holy Family Catholic Church. 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