New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 18, 1997, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 18, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 18, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas BA O HeraldZeitung p Sunday May raldZeitung People Aneurysm is ticking time bomb for some DEAR ABBY Two years ago my husbands sister had a sonogram to check for a possible gynecological problem What the doctor discovered was an abdominal aortic aneurysm AAA that was large enough for mandatory surgery Her doctor told her to notify any siblings that they too should have a sonogram The unexpected result of my husbands examination stunned us all Bill too had an abdominal aortic aneurysm Bill was monitored for one year until the aneurysm surged significantly The operation followed a month later The doctors insight about the genetic factor probably saved Bills life Abby please tell your readers that this type of aneurysm is hereditary If a parent or sibling has had an aortic aneurysm then all siblings and offspring should be examined We have been advised that our son must be tested when he reaches age 50 and should continue to have a sonogram every five years thereafter The cause of the aneurysms is unknown although several risk hypertension smoking and could possibly contribute to their been found to occur more frequently in males than in females Abdominal aortic aneurysms are silent and usually deadly if not discovered before they rupture Ruptures are preventable with continued use of ultrasonography and CT scanning I hope my letter will be a red alert to anyone whose family has a history of aneurysms Check with your doctor Dont put it off And physicians who are unaware of this should consider including family history of aneurysms on their new patient forms It could save lives BARBARA AND BILL GOLDSMITH SAVANNAH GA DEAR BARBARA AND BILL Im sure your warning will serve as a wakeup call to anyone who has a family history of aortic aneurysms And another plus is the fact that the test is painless and noninvasive Thank you for a letter that is sure to be a lifesaver Andrea Westman and Blake Boldt seventhgrade students and Sarah Vaught and William VanKleef eighthgrade students were selected as recipients of the Braunfels Foundation Award The award is funded by the Harry and Christine Dierks Memorial Fund Tom Burrus President of the Braunfels Foundation Trust presented the award in front of the entire seventhand classes Wednesday May 7 at Smithson Valley Middle School Also participating was Doug Miller Chair of the Board The award consists of a savings bond and a specially prepared framed certificate The recipients names were added to a permanent plaque on display at Smithson Valley Middle School According to Burrus the criteria for the award is based on the students record of good citizenship ethical conduct academic performance attendance and participation in extracurricular activities at school and in the community Runnersup for the award were seventhgraders Julie Mathis and Michael Rogers along with eighth graders Veronica Reed and Estrada Those students received a certificate and a savings bond each The selection committee consisted of a school administrator counselor two teachers and an officer in the schools PTA Critical Care Awareness Week was celebrated May 5th through May 10th by the staff at McKenna Memorial Hospital The week provided a great opportunity for the community and healthcare providers alike to recognize and reaffirm the commitment to continued growth in space and education to maintain and exceed the McKemia Mission The staff at McKenna is dedicated to staying abreast of the latest trends injpatient care delivery The growth in volume and seventy of illness has the Critical Care staff very excited about the plans for hospital expansion providing greater space and the newest technology to enable ever greater quality of care to patients and families Nursing staff from McKenna ICU offered educational information about helmet safety at a booth May 10 at Sts Peter and Pauls Bike Rodeo Staff also enjoyed dinner at Planet Hollywood with speaker Allen Seelhammer Dennis Cranfill is the Employee of the Month at Porter Graphics manufacturer of pipe line and telephone line marking products Cranfill has worked at the South Seguin Avenue Plant since Sept 1995 Dennis really cares about getting the job done Allan Porter Vice Dennis has proven that he can handle the toughest I want to go to work get the job done and then go home to my Cranfill said I dont have time to mess around with The old saying of keeping your nose to the grindstone applies to Cranfill Porter said Hes a good example of the kind of guy that built this International Cultural Exchange Services ICES is pleased to announce the appointment of Lisa E Korth of Spring Branch as an area representative for the foreign exchange program in Bexar and Comal counties and surrounding areas Her duties will include finding and screening host families for foreign exchange students and supporting the students the high schools and the families throughout the students stay whether it be the 10month program September to June or the five month program January to ICE brings students from several foreign countries to live in America while attending the local high school The students are fully covered by insurance and provide their own spending money for clothing and other personal expenses If anyone would like to promote world peace through international understanding by hosting an exchange student contact Korth or Regional Administrator Chalane Coit at 18007429224 Dennis Cranfill President said With heartfelt gratitude we wish to thank our family neighbors friends and coworkers for their gifts of food cards calls and visits during our time of sorrow The outpour of love for our beloved angel Stephanie Marie will be cherished She will watch over all of us The Cardenas Mills and Dennis Families JERKY BUCKST1CKS BBQ SANDWICHES DEER PROCESSING REFRESHMENTS CATERING CUSTOM BBQ 7f IT CAN FIT ON THE PIT WE CAN COOK IT New SUMMER Thursday Friday 8 Saturday Sunday 8 GAWKING COMPAHY GRADUATIONS FMHIY RSUNIONS Wf CAN UAKt IT A GRfAT PLATE SPEC I At FRI S SMSMI tutrums TlA SANDWICHES DEERPROCESSING CATERING HeraldZeitung photo by Tom Erikson A matter of choice Officer Robert Owens right graduated the fifthgrade class at Sts Peter and Paul School on Friday Also recognized were Rachel Barnes left and Travis Gallagher center who won the essay contest for the fifth grade class Owens and Officer Sharon Terrell worked with the students for 17 weeks on handling peer pressure gangs and finding alternatives to using drugs many requirements In addition to As an educator Joe Parra earning at least 21 merit badges the has helped countless students aspirant must plan and conduct a graduate and succeed Now as a Christopher Lee Kuhn graduated Cum Laude from Texas University on May 0 with the degrees of bachelor of science in meteorology and bachelor of arts in physics Chris is the son of James and Gladys Kuhn of New Braunfels and the grandson of Mrs Eugene Elsa Froboese and Mrs Norman Hazel Kuhn of New Braunfels He is a School graduate Chris will be attending the University of Colorado at Boulder where he will earn the master of science and doctor of philosophy degrees in astrophysical planetary and atmospheric sciences He will be working with Dr Brian Toon a former student of the late Carl Sagan on problems related to humaninduced climate changes impacts with earth and the extinction of the dinosaurs Also attending the graduation were Brandon Kuhn Danny and Helen Lammert Tommy and Karen Spinn Jonathan Lammert and Courtney Spinn Arlon Seay Intermediates Rising Star is Philip Kuentz Philips story A Soldier is Lost was recently Christopher Lee Kuhn chosen to be published in The Rising Star Young Texas Tales publication Rising star is an annual state magazine that celebrates the writing and art of Texas elementary students This publication recognizes and rewards excellence in elementary student writing and art Philip has lived in Bulverde for three years and has attended Arlon Seay since Jan 1997 Even thundershowers couldnt dampen the spirit of family friends and fellow scouts gathered in Landa Park to celebrate an Eagle Scout Court of Honor for Michael Kendel of Scout Troop 381 Eagle Scout is scoutings highest rank and less than 2 percentofthe young men who start in Boy Scouts attairrit The ceremony was conducted by the leadership of Troop 381 including Scoutmaster Bob Parchman Eagle Scouts Kevin Clayton and Gary Walske Mr Richard Smith Mr James Orth Sobek The project to benefit the community Michaels project was the cosmetic restoration of the steam locomotive at the museum by the New Braunfels Historic Railroad and Modelers Society in the old New Braunfels train depot Other community projects include highway cleanup on Loop 337 done by Troop 381 which is sponsored by the New Braunfels Optimists club Michael son of Jill and Mike Kendel residents of Oak Lane in New Braunfels is a freshman at New Braunfels High School He is a member of the track and cross team student council National Junior Honor Society and the Rotary International Interact Club Michael currently has his sights set on attending the Air Force Academy and a future in space graduate of Canyon High School the New Braunfels Independent School District administrator is being honored by his high school alma mater The NBISD coordinator for special programs was named a 1997 Comal ISO Outstanding Graduate at the CHS senior awards program May 14 The award honors outstanding achievement following graduation from CISD schools Accomplishments include distinctive contributions to the community noteworthy careers or other Sighifibahtactiyities awardwiiihing educator Parra received his Doctor of Education degree from Columbia University He earned his bachelors and masters degrees from The University of Texas at San Antonio Michael Kendel and Mr Tom inspirational guest speaker was Eagle Scout Dick Robinett former president of the New Braunfels Independent School District and the invocation was given by Eagle Scout Bob Cole of Seguin In addition several other distinguished Eagle Scouts were present including County Commissioner Moe Schwab and Mr Rochette Reinarz Michaels grandparents Bob and Deede Kendel of Marble Falls also participated in the ceremony Obtaining the rank of Eagle carries 7ijT f f melter Authentic German Continental Food Now Open Under New Management Patio Garden Dining Live Piano Music Friday Saturday Evenings Hours to 10 Sat 510 295 E San Antonio New Braunfels A Healthy Change STANLEY WOODWARD STANLEY HANDSHY You know these men They have been active in the New Braunfels community for years They have also dedicated their professional lives to your healthcare By joining Solomon Anthony this commitment wont change They will continue to provide you the highest quality of medical care In addition the strengths gained from their association with are many including more varied medical services to you in New Braunfels Sometimes change is good This is one of those times We Practice Medicine For Individual You Stanley Woodward 457 Landa St Suite C New Bmunfels Tx 78130 6256213 Stanley Handshy MD 189 E Austin Braunfels Tx 78130 6257776 ;