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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 6, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas                                January 2001 HERALDZEITUNG Page 3A OBITUARIES HICKS Richard Reagan Hicks beloved father and went home to eternal rest and peace on January There he joins his Mother and Father and James who untimely preceded him in Death came in the morning hours at Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Antonio where fellow doctors and nurses saw to it that his every need was met with loving comfort and He died in good hands and at peace with family and friends at his And yet even though his health had declined in recent his pass ing still leaves those who loved and knew Reagan in a state of shock and Reagan Hicks was born February in to Richard Reagan and Maurine He attended pub lic schools there throughout his formative graduating in His brilliant handsome good athletic charm and many other significant talents were leading indicators that he was to blaze a trail of achievements above and beyond this small Central Texas oil To his credit he disappointed no The next stop in his academ ic life was his beloved Texas University where he was an outstanding student and mem ber of the Corps of Many younger cousins and friends remember being awestruck upon seeing Reagan arrive in town proudly wearing his Corps uni form and senior Aggie He graduated with honors in Throughout college Reagan stud ied hard to become what he most desired to be a After Texas he entered The University of Texas Medical School where he again excelled in his studies and was conferred the title of Doctor of Medicine in His country then called upon him to honor his earlier commitment to military service while at Texas that jt fitting he Ijrjireg as Flight Surgeon in the Army while stationed at Bliss in El By with all academic and military require ments Reagan had decided that San Antonio provid ed all the benefits necessary to start practicing medicine and raising a There he joined the ongoing practice of Boen Swinny which at that time was reportedly the oldest allergy prac tice in the With the later addition of Swinnys they practiced medicine in the old fashioned way by pro viding detailed atten tion to their every Many patients remember fondly Reagans questions and concerns about their their even their and in doing he was dispensing a brand of medical care that went straight to the healing of the heart and Everyone felt as though Reagan truly cared about their whole being and he He will be remembered by his office staff who were devoted to him person ally and in his practice for more than 30 Reagan possessed the very characteristics that every community needs not only to sur but to he did not disappoint Among his many civic and professional duties and responsibilities were those as member of the Bexar County Medical American Medical the Texas Medical the Southwest Allergy the American College of Immunology the American Academy of Immunology and the Rotary Club of San As testament to his keen insight of medical he was highly respected by his many peers who called upon him time and time again for valuable advice and Among Reagans hob golf was the love of his idle hours away from his medical He was a longtime member of Oak Hills Country Club and will be sorely missed by his many golfing friends who found it both a delight and honor to be in his company whether on the golf course or in the club teMfeltyPj5 to life his desire to live it to its fullest can be found in Jack Londons would rather that my spark should burn out In a brilliant blaze than it should be stifled by I would rather be a superb every atom Of me in magnificent than a sleepy and permanent The function of man is to not to I shall not waste my days trying to prolong I used my time on earth for good and now it is time to say Reagan Hicks loved the He was a Christian and a member of the First United Methodist Church of New He is survived by a loving extended family that include his Anna Lee his Kathleen Allison his Richard Reagan Trey Hicks HI Karla step Tamara LeAn and hus Matt Tesauro stepdaugh Tonya Lynn and Lex Heffington and He is also survived by his loving brother and James Mack of and Barbara Burkhardt of Lake He will be greatly and lovingly missed by a multitude of colleagues and So radiant was Reagans and caring that all his extended family frequently shared each others lives and experiences at the many family The family wishes to express their gratitude to staff and nurses at the Northeast Baptist the Heart and Vascular Dar and Moss for their support and attention to The family will receive friends Sunday afternoon from 2 oclock to 3 oclock at Porter Funeral services will be held on January at Porter Loring Chapel with grave side services on Monday at at Luling Cemetery in The Donna Strieb and the Lowery officiating make memor ial contributions to the American Heart Cancer Therapy and Research Center or to a charity of Arrangements with Porter 1101 McCullough in San SCROLL Surerihah Sue Fern age of departed this earthly life to be with her Lord on She left in dig nity and in peace husband and children by was born in to Sidney and Matilda Ballard She married Charles Robert Scholl on in San Scholl was a member of George Episcopal Churchin San A loving and compassionate Christian grand mother and Surennah was a staunch believer in Jesus Christ as her Lord and She always was ready to others into her at first was a motherly influ ence to that needed Surennah never let illness or adversity get her Her faith God let her bounce back With inner strength that never fal Sidney pre her in Survivors Charles Scholl of Bulverdemother Matilda Teague of four daughters Surennah Marie Werley and of AR Ernestine Lee Range and of San Antonio Jennifer Elizabeth Leal and hus of San Antonio and Charlotte Nada Jean Smith and of Houston two sons Curtis Anthony Scholl and of and Matthew Joseph Scholl of Bulverde 13 grandchildren five greatgrandchildren five sisters Margaret Blass of Zona Crabtree Betty Wesson Linda Gilsinger and Janet all of three Max and Ronald all of and numerous nieces and Funeral services are scheduled for 2 at Funeral Home with Pastor John Rangel Interment will follow atComal Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home BRIEFS Peace accord process forges on WASHINGTON President Clintons drive for a Middle East peace accord inched ahead Friday as Israeli officials announced approval of his forrmir la for settlement negotiations with the White House and State Department spokesmen said Israel still had reservations about the proposals Clinton gave to the two sides before They said mediators were working with Gilead an Israeli emis to try to overcome Im going to keep my fingers Clinton Sher was dubious that much ground could be gained toward the accord that would crown Clintons eight years with a peacemakers Officials begin drafting plait AUSTIN AP With Texas repeatedly battling droughtcondi tions in recent state offi cials are set to begin drafting a statewide water use and conserva tion The Legislature set the statewide plan in motion in 1997 when it created 16 regional planning districts whose job it is to study future population growth and water use and how to best use the water thats The regional districts have drafted and put in place their plans aind were due to report them to state officials by The Texas Water Development Board will use the regional pro jects to draft a statewide water use plan by next Internet mo 56k Digital Modems Email No Busy Signals DSL some areas Multi City Access Local Access AFFORDABLE INTERNET 18006371065 3618334257 Ask for New Subscriber Prorrto Job growth slows WASHINGTON AP Job growth nationwide fell to the slowest pace in eight years with auto plants and other factories shedding thousands of workers in While the unemploy ment rate remained frozen at 4 analysts predicted sharply higher numbers in the months ahead as the weak economy forces more The Labor Departments unem ployment report Friday mirrored other statistics that have depicted an economy quickly losing alti raising concerns that the record 10yearstretch of uninter rupted growth could be in jeop Private payrolls edged up by just just the poorest showing since 1992 and just half the rate in the first nine months of the We have an economy that has slowed and manu facturing has sunk into a reces Robert economic consultant for Northern Trust in Chicago The question is whether the Federal Reserve will be able to keep the overall econo my from heading into a downward The weak jobs report added to the gloom on Wall as the Dow Jones industrial average fell points to close at The Dows slide over the past two days erased most of the 299 announced a surprise halfpoint cut in interest its biggest reduction in more than eight Presidentelect Bush seized on the Feds move as evidence that bold action was needed to ward off a He urged Congress to move quickly on his trillion tax cut to spur during the ending a point gain triggered on Wednesday quarter in which monthly job erewhen the Federal ation in the private sector averaged acknowledging the economic No rush on Capitol Hill to embrace Bush tax cuts WASHINGTON AP There is no rush in Congress to embrace Presidentelect Bushs package of tax even as a tonic to the ail ing Republican chair men of the taxwriting committees have their own and even GOP freshmen prefer to focus on eliminating the income tax mar riage Moments after he was chosen chairman of the House Ways and Means Bill Thomas took a waitandsee approach when asked about Bushs trillion tax relief proposal that includes acrosstheboard income tax Presidentelect Bush ran on some particular ideas about the tax Were going to share our said His Republican Senate counter incoming Finance Committee Chairman Charles Grassley of expressed doubts this Week about the politir calviability of Bushs package and mentioned priorities of his own such as continued tax preferences for cornbased ethanol fuel and pension Instead of lining up behind Bushs plan the 28 House Republican freshmen announced that their top issue as a group this year would be one piece of that plan erasing the marriage tax penalty paid by millions of mar ried I tHLS HERALDZEITUNG Published on Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Saturday by the New Bniunfels Hemld Zeilung USPS 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Texas Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels HemldZeitung in New Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties three six one Senior Citizen Discounts by car rier delivery only six one Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas three six one Mail outside Texas six one Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 am Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 830 POSTMASTER Send address changes to the New Braunjels Drawer New Kindermusik ages newborn to 18 months Kindermusik Out ages to years Kindermusik Confetti Days ages to 5 years 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