New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 19, 2003, Page 3

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February 19, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 19, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, February 19, 2003 — HERALD-Zfifn ONG — Page 3A Obituaries FOLEY F. Daniel Foley, father, grandfather, physi-cian, stu-dent, teacher and friend to many, passed away on Monday, Feb. 17, 2003, in New Braunfels, Tfexas. Although we deeply mourn his loss, it is with the surest knowledge that he is in the hands of the Lord that we are able to celebrate his life. “For to his angels he has given command about you, that they guard you in all your ways.” Psalm 91. Daniel was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, March 3, 1933, to William Nelson and Gertrude Foley of Staten Island, New York. He is survived by his five children: Karyn Rivara and her husband Juan, and their children, Carolina and Danny; Kevin Foley and his wife, Mary, and their children Michael and Kaitlyn; Erin Almanza and her husband, Boone, as well as their children, Albert, Madalena, and Isabella; Gillian Coates and her husband, Will, and their children, Henry, Tess, and Frank; Chris Foley and his wife Rim, along with their daughter, Camryn. He has a brother Raymond who heTRIAL/From 1A loved very much. He is survived by his best friend and fiance, Jeannie P. Mayo, and her sons Nicholas and Neel Mayo. Daniel attended. high school at Delbarton School in Morristown, New Jersey and was recently inducted into the Delbarton Hall of Honor. He attended St. Peter’s College in Jersey City, New Jersey and received a degree in bachelor’s arts. Following graduate work at Seton Hall University, he attended Creighton University School of Medicine. He graduated cum laude from Creighton in 1959. While attending Creighton he was a member of the Phi Roh Honors Society, and received the Hoff-man-LaRoche Award, the Dr. Adolph Sachs Award, as well as the C.V. Mosby Award. Daniel completed his internship at the Columbia Medical Division at Bellevue Hospital in New York City, and then his residency in pathology at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Daniel was honored to receive a fellowship offered through Harvard Medical School to study lung pathology at York University in Newcastle Upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England. From 1965-67, Daniel served as a captain in the United States Army and worked as Chief in the Experimental Studies Branch at the Institute of Surgical Research Bum Unit at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio. He stayed on as a civilian at the Bum Unit before accepting a permanent position as Director of Pathology at McKenna Memorial Hospital in New Braunfels, Texas. Dr. Foley directed the lab at McKenna for 33 years, until last year when he retired to spend more time with his beloved children and grandchildren. Daniel’s career is filled with noted accomplishments. He was a member of numerous professional societies and his research and publications continue to be referenced in medical journals and schools. Daniel Foley dedicated his life to the medical profession and his commitment to family and God. In pursuit of his understanding of holy scripture, he studied the Bible daily, alone and with others he loved. He attended religious retreats and was a daily communicant at Saints Peter & Paul Church in New Braunfels, Tfexas. He felt great love and pride for his children. He cherished time with his family, spending summers with them at the Texas beach. Upon retirement he bought a house on Lake McQueeney in order to spend more time with his ll grandchildren. His grandchildren affectionately called him “Grandpa Doc.” He is admired by his friends and colleagues for his knowledge, honesty, humility, sincerity, and sense of humor. He was an avid Spurs fan, a season ticket holder since the first season the Spurs played in the NBA.. He supported the San Antonio Symphony Society for over 30 years. He was an athlete, having participated in several marathons, and was in training for a triathalon at the time of his death. He faced adversity in illness with courage. Daniel was a guiding force in the many fives he touched and will be missed, but never forgotten. Pallbearers include his sons-in-law: Juan Rivara, Boone Almanza, and Will Coates, along with Mauro Garza, Bill Davis, and Nicholas Mayo. Honarary pallbearers are friends Hilmer Karbach, Mark Knueper, and Paul Bradford. Visitation at Saints Peter & Paul Church in New Braunfels will be held Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2003, from 5 to 6 p.m., with the rosary beginning at 6 p.m. Funeral service and mass will be held Thursday, Feb. 20/2003, at Saints Peter & Paul Church at 3:30 p.m. Entombment will follow at Saints Peter & Paul Mausoleum. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the American Diabetes Association. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home HARTNETT Joseph P. Hartnett of New Braunfels, Texas, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2003, at Eden Home at the age of 80 years. Joseph was born on Jan. 4, 1923, in Chicago, 111., to Patrick Joseph Hartnett and Nora (Leahy) Hartnett. He married Dorothy L. Harden on Aug. 8,1955, in Rochester, Minn. Mr. Hartnett was the owner of Hartnett Oil Bulk Plant. He was a member of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Mr. Hartnett served in the United States Army during World War II. Mr. Hartnett is survived by his wife, Dorothy L. Hartnett; children, Cathy A. Ellis, Susan N. Haase, Mary Jo Meier, Patrick J. Hartnett and Michael J. Hartnett; grandchildren, Kerry M. Ellis, Steven Haase, Michael Haase, Amy Haase, Luke Meir, Evan Meier, Jacob Meier, Alicia Hartnett, Andon Hartnett and Megan Hartnett; and his brother, John Hartnett. Mr. Hatrnett’s cremains will be inurned at Fort Sam Houston National Cemert-ery. A memorial services will follow at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to NAMI Waukesha S22 W 22660 Brodway, Suite #5S Waukesha, Wisconsin 53186. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home BUHL The Rev. Dr. Albert H. Buhl passed away Sunday, Feb. 16, 2003, at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 94. Rev. Buhl is survived by his wife, Agnes Lehmann Buhl; sons, Paul C. Buhl and Richard R. Buhl and wife, Arlene, of New Braunfels, Texas; grandsons, Mark D. Buhl and wife, Am.y of Palatine, 111., and Dillon P. Buhl of Austin, Texas; great-grandsons, Nathan and Christian Buhl; sister, Bertha Covell and husband, Woodrow, of New York; brothers, Walter Buhl and wife, Esther, of North Carolina, and Robert Buhl and wife, Virginia of California; and numerous nieces and nephews. Rev. Buhl was preceded in death by his first wife, Dorothy Catherine Buhl, and son, Albert J. Buhl; his brother, Richard Buhl and wife, Re ta. Rev. Buhl was ordained to the Lutheran ministry in 1932. He served churches in Bellmore, N.Y.; in Denver, Colo.; and in Akron, Ohio. He then served as the director of Home Missions for the Ohio Synod, founding 39 new mission Lutheran churches throughout Ohio. In 1959 he was granted an honorary Doctorate of Divinity by Wittenberg University. After retiring to New Braunfels in 1990, Rev. Buhl was very active at Peace Lutheran Church, as a volunteer at Join us online at www.herald-zeitung.com. Jesus “Jesse” Gomez 1922-2003 A heartfelt thanks to all our friends who expressed their condolences at the passing of our beloved husband, father, brother, father-in-law and friend Jesus “Jesse” Gomez. We would especially like to thank Hope Hospice, Dr. David Pak for the excellent care given to Jesse. Rev. Jim Wasser, Rev. Jim Beegan, Brother Robert DeLong, Deacon Hugo Salinas for your words of comfort and your cooperation in allowing us to use the church for visitation. A big thanks to the 8 AM Sunday Choir and musicians of Holy Family, Mrs. Amparo Saenz and Rebecca Delgado and the prayer group of Holy Family for the rosary. Rose Mary Chavarria for the wonderful eulogy, Dr. Carlos Campos and Juan Carlos Campos for the use of the Westside Community Center for die reception, Mrs. Karl Jonas for her assistance in organizing the fund, Susie Morales and Gloria Kinz for assisting in serving and providing equipment and food, Ron Malony and the staff at the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung for the wonderful story and tribute to Jesse. Rey Luera, Kenny Lux and Carl Doeppenschmidt of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for their services. Ski Haneiwich and the members of the American Legion Comal Post No. 179 for the military honors given to Jesse. We will never forget you and die kindness expressed by you during this difficult time. Sincerely, Natalia, Hector, Carlos, Joe, Jesse J., Mary Gomez Dolores & Jimmy Castillo. On Tiffany’s Birthday On Feb. 16th you would have been 16 years old. A year ago you left us, flying into the place from which you came, God's Embrace. Oh how the Lord must have delighted in you here, the generous spirit, the forgiving heart> the sensitive soul that deeply understood others even while cracking a joke or crunching on your fire-hot cheese chips. The kind, even blind eye you had for other peoples faults or weaknesses. That playful side, that friend to all... You were a collector of hearts Tiffany You loved us, inspired us and pushed us towards our best selves in some Divine way. You have left legions oftener people here for having known and loved you. We miss you horribly but know & trust you are with us in Spirit here and will still be helping push us toward our best selves until we meet in the totality of God s Loving Light and Perfection. We love you Tiffany. From all your Family & Friends to modify any of his previous testimony from Monday afternoon. The officer said that he did. He said he had testified the previous day that he was “IOO percent sure” that he had seen the brother of the defendant and the defendant sell heroin to the task force informant. Tuesday morning, he wasn’t so sure. “Are you telling the jury you are not IOO percent sure?” Springer asked Tuesday morning. “Yes, sir, that’s my testimony,” the officer said. “He met the description, but I was not IOO percent sure.” Springer asked how that could happen, and the officer said he was testifying in his first district court case and was “extremely nervous.” He also said he had failed to wait for attorneys to complete their questions before he responded to them. One thing the officer was sure of, he said, and that was that the defendant had made the last sale, the night before the officer led a SWAT team into the Gomez home. In his cross-examination, Garcia asked the officer if he recalled when he became involved in the investigation, and the officer was not sure. Then, Garcia spent some minutes examining the officer’s reports to include when Eden Home and enjoyed singing in the New Braunfels Gemischter Chor Harmonic. A memorial service will be held Sunday Feb. 23, 2003, at 3 p.m. at Peace Lutheran Church in New Braunfels, Texas. Memorial contributions may be made to Peace Lutheran Church. Rev. Buhl will be dearly missed by all who loved him. Zoeller Funeral Home they were filed and the information that was in them. Of the fourth buy, just after 7 p.m. Dec. 12 — the night before the SWAT raid — tfce officer said he was sure tie defendant had made the drug deal with the informant. Garcia didn’t beleve thefe would be enough fight at th$t time to identify Gomez, but the officer said there was. “At 7:12 p.m. on Dec. 1,2 there was daylight enough?” Garcia asked. “I could identify him,” the officer said. ‘You understand (the informant) said it was not Amaldo Gomez?” “Objection!” Springer interrupted, saying that the officer hadnt been in the courtroom when the informant testified. “You know there are reports that conflict with your report'?” Garcia asked. Springer objected again, and Steel overruled him. “You know that there are documents that say it was not Arnaldo Gomez?” “I know theres a conflict," the officer answered. “I know it was him. I’m IOO percent sure.” “Even though your lead investigator says otherwise and your confidential informant says otherwise'?” Garcia asked. “Who should we believe?" “My testimony," the officer answered. Steel delivers his jury charge at 9 a.m. today. Announcing the marriage of Jennifer Renee Casbohm daughter of Rick Casbohm and Kelly McKracken to Ryan David Stewart son crf David and Cathy Stewart The couple was united before God on the 5th day of February, 2003 on South Padre Island. TX A reception will be held from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM on February 22,2003 at 1140 Whitewater Road, New Braunfels, TX. Call 830-609-3043 for more information. resow,awiwi Last week to sign up for Spring soccer! Deadline Sat. Feb. 22! $50.00 registration fee. Registration forms available at VfVrOUX 697 S. Walnut Ave. xwm-% ' for information call Toni Rowe at 606-4920 y For more information visit our web site at WWW.nby0UthS0CCer.C0nt CATHERINE M. GREIN. E.A. GREIN & COMPANY ’’SINCE 1974“ TAX RETURN PREPARATION INDIVIDUAL - SOLE PROPRIETOR CORPORATE. PARTNERSHIP. LLC QUICKBOOKS® PROADVISOR MEMBER BOOKKEEPING & PAYROLL 1291 E. COMMON STREET (BEHIND HIGH-BREHM HATS) 629-3894 ;

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