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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 8, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                Obituaries Saturday March HfiftALDZEiTUNO Page 3A LER1BEU9 Funeral arrangements are cotoplete At the Zoeller Puner al Home for Doris LeRibeus age 76 years who passed away on Hiufsday March 6 2003 at her residence in New Braunfels Tfexas Visitation will be from 1 Saturday March 8 until service time Ser vices will be Saturday at 2 at the Zoeller Funeral Home Private committal vice will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Zoeller Funeral Home KLARE Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Funeral Home for William G Klare age 91 years who passed away at the Broad way Lodge Health Care Cen ter in San Antonio Texas on Wednesday March 5 2003 Memorial Services are scheduled for Tuesday March 11 2003 at 2 at the Christ Presbyterian Church in New Braunfels at 1620 E Common St It was Mr Klares wishes to be cremat ed Zoeller Funeral Home JENNINGS Funeral arrangements are pending at the Zoeller Funeral Home for David L Jennings age 74 years who passed away at his residence in New Braun fels on Friday Mar Zoeller Funeral Home BOWERS Elsie Koch Bowers age 79 of New Braunfels passed away Tuesday March 4 2003 in San Antonio Funeral Services are sched uled for Saturday Mar 8 2003 at the Doeppen schmidt Funeral Home with Reverend Harold Sassman officiating Interment will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Public visitation will begin 3 Friday at the Funeral Home with the fam ily being present to receive friends from 4 to 7 Memorial contributions may be given to the Association 7400 Louis Pasteur Suite 200 San Antonio TX 78229 Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home MEDRANO Carmen Medrano passed away on Thursday March 6 2003 at the age of 90 years at her residence in New Braunfels Texas Ms Medrano was a mem ber of the Sociedad Frater nal Mutualista She is survived by two daughters Suzie Garcia and Mary San Miguel and hus band Tbm one son Richard Medrano and wife Janie six grandchildren Jesus Alayon Angela Farias and husband Andrew Clarissa Ramirez and husband Catarino Claro A Garcia III San Miguel James San Miguel and Melissa Gonzales and Victor four great grandchildren Lilliana Ramirez Catarino Ramirez Ezekiel Aaron Ramirez and Sienna Gonzales and nieces and nephews She was preceded in death by her daughter Lucille Am Alayon Visitation began at 4 Friday at the Zoeller Funeral Home and continues until Saturday A rosary was recited on Friday at 7 at the Zoeller Funeral Home A procession will depart the funeral home on Saturday at for a 10 Mass at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church Interment will fol low in the Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery Zoeller Funeral Home RICHARDS George L Jack Richards was born in El Paso Texas on July 18 1926 to George E and Mamie O Richards Jack passed away at his ranch near Wimberley Texas on March 7 2003 surrounded by his family Jack graduated from Austin High School in El Paso in 1943 before joining the Navy preflight training program from 1944 1946 He obtained his bach elor of science degree in 1948 from Texas College of Mines and Metallurgy UTEP with a major in geology and served as Pres ident of Phi Kappa Tau fra ternity He married Marjorie Ann Carlin to whom he was married 43 years and pur sued his professional career as a geologist beginning with Standard Oil Company of Texas In 1964 he joined Coastal States Gas Produc ing Company where he advanced to Senior Vice President he was with Bright and Company in San Antonio from 19781996 Jack is survived by his wife Lois Toole Richards his daughter Julie Richards McNeil and husband Michael of Corpus Christi his son Jack Richards and wife Vicki of Oklahoma City brother James V Richards and wife Pam of Houston sister Mayre Sue Overstreet and husband Charles of El Paso grandchildren Patrick McNeil Kathleen McNeil Christopher Richards Clarke Richards his wifes children Michael Edmond Timothy Edmond and Jane Edmond Weber and their spouses six grandchildren and a great grandchild Jack was active in both his professional and local community He proudly spoke of his family and their Texas lineage where his grandfather Alonzo Oden was a Texas Ranger He was a member of both The Sons of the Republic of Texas and The Texas Society Sons of the American Revolution He was an Emeritus Mem ber of the American Associ ation of Petroleum Geolo gists and member of both the Houston and South Texas Geological Societies He previously served on var ious Boards including most recently the Petroleum Club of San Antonio and St Stephens Episcopal School Jack was an active mem ber of the St Stephens Episcopal Church in Wim berley Texas where his memorial service will be held on Sunday Mar 9 2003 at 3 There will be a private burial service for family members in lieu of flowers memorial contri butions may be made to St Stephens Episcopal School located at 6000 FM 3237 Wimberley Texas 78676 Zoeller Funeral Home Department of Public Safety troopers and San Marcos police officers who used dogs found all of the people believed i to have fled the truck Koepp i said In all between 30 and 40 officers participated Koepp j said j Eight have been identified as Brazilian nationals and two appeared to be Koepp said Were not sure if theyre Mexican nationals They didnt appear to speak a whole lot of Koepp said Immigration and Naturalization Service was of the incident t j i t i From 1A Increased flow postpones KIDHSH to March 16 City of New Braunfels Mayor Adam Cork thanked Casteel for filing the bill Tm glad shes Carried the ball for Cork said The mayor said the bill was an excellent idea The rivers are a wonder ful Cork said They belong to the state so it seems reasonable that we ask the state to maintain those treasures we get to New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce President Michael Meek said hes not sure the measure will pass due the states anticipated budget shortfall But he hopes it will Now that the citys show ing they want to partner with the state we have a better case to Meek said Well fight hard for it And if we dont make it well keep Meek said the states leg islative conference scheduled to be held here in two weeks highlights the importance of the bill Well be working towards that Meek said It will give us a chance to show them how unique we At a glance WHAP 37th Annual Texas Legislative Conference WHEN March 2021 Ji WHERE New Braunfels Civic Center Highlight of the confer ence is a reception to honor this years Texan of the Karl Rove senior presidential advisor and assistant to President Bush Tickets are available online or at the chamber office They are on sale until March 17 Call 6252385 for informa tion The Canyon Braunfels KIDP1SH has been postponed a week due to the increased outflow on the Guadalupe River The event is March 16 at Whitewater Sports on the Guadalupe River where it meets Farm to Market Road 306 It was originally sched uled to be held March 9 This is the fifth annual KTOFISH being sponsored by the Water Oriented Recre ation District of Comal Coun ty Registration March 16 starts at noon and the event gets under way at 1 and ends at 4 As usual the river will be stocked with trout during the morning pri or to the event Canyon Lakes Austin Schautett who won the KID FISH statewide grand prize for 2002 is expected to be hand to defend his title Brochures have been mailed to last years partici pants and handed out to ele mentary and middle school students at New Braunfels ISO and SchertzUniversal City ISO Students of the Comal ISD can get brochures at Whitewater Sports the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce Super S Food Stores and other local busi nesses in Canyon Lake or by calling 830 9072300 Volunteers from the Smith son Valley High School Pho tography Class and PALS and members of the Guadalupe River Chapter of Trout Unlim ited help stage the event And the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce will have its con cession stand operating Catholic Youth Day All High School Students Invited Sunday March 23 2003 at Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church Youth Ministry New Braunfels Texas Presents Jason Evert Nationally know youth speaker on teen relationships Foggy Church A Christian rhythm and blues band Mass dinner TShirt and a special spiritual experience is included in this day long extravaganza Registration starts at WO Activities will end around Cost for the event is REGISTRATION FORM Preregister by March 7th Please detach and mail with to Youth Ministry 386 N Castell Ave New Braunfels TX 78130 NameAddress State Telephone Church Zip Age Grade 9 10 11 12 for 12 Months purchase of A minimum down payment ot is required Finance charges will be shown but will be refunded on any length contract if monthly payments are paid on time as agreed and the balance is paid in full on or before 12 months from date of purchase Offer does not apply to previous purchases Save in Every Department Lane 3 PC Leather Touch Sectional with Recliner and Sleeper Group consists of left arm facing recliner seating wedge and right arm facing full size sleeper with innerspring mattress Pillowtop seating and overstuffed attached pillow arms for extra comfort Covered in caramel Cdj Q A A Matching pillowtop ottoman also available List Price O y y mo 3 Pt Apply for CiwHtOnUml MondayFriday 108 Saturday 106 Sunday 15 AC YOUR HOME CENTER 971 West San 6257324 Voted Best Furniture Store by Readers Choice to credit approval Any insurance charges will be earned ftom date of sale Interest charges will be assessed from date of purchase at a maximum APR gtj but the APR may vary Credit offer good February 26 through April List prices are offering prices only Sales may or may not have occurred Throughout the year advertised merchandise may be avail able at these or similar sale prices these pfices do not reflect possible occasional markdowns   

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