New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 9, 2003, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 09, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 9, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, March 9, 2003 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 3AObituaries GARCIA JENNINGS GARCIA George Omar Garcia graced many lives with his birth on Feb. 18, 1953, in San Antonio and was lovingly welcomed by our Lord on March 6, 2003. He passed away peacefully, surrounded by loving family members after a courageous 11-month battle with cancer. After George graduated from Roosevelt High School in 1971, he began his 30-year career in the grocery business at Piggly Wiggly where he met his wife, Anna, daughter of Gloria and Eugene Suggs. After receiving his associate’s degree from San Antonio College, he completed a life-long career with Albertson’s with his last assignment as produce manager. George had a mutual love and respect for his late father, Clemente “Popo” Garcia Sr., who taught him everything there was to know about car restoration and repair. As an avid car enthusiast, George became one of the founders and a charter member of the “San Antonio Rodders Association” and a proud owner JENNINGS David Lee Jennings peacefully left this world to be with his Lord on March 7, 2003. Mr. Jennings was born in Wharton, Texas, on May 5, 1928, to David C. and Dora Jennings, who preceded him in death. He was also preceded in death by a son, Timothy Lynn Jennings, and a sister, Arlean Duggins. He is survived by Beulah, his loving wife of 54 years; daughters, Brenda Sullivan and husband, M.J., of New Braunfels, Karen Naumann and husband, Ron, of New Braunfels; sons, Jim Jennings and wife, Gloria, of Norfolk, Va., and Allen Jennings of Florida; grandson, Michael Sullivan of New Braunfels; granddaughters, Tammy Wygle and husband, Wayne, of Norman, Okla., Jennifer Naumann of New Braunfels, Ida Stiles and husband, David, of New Braunfels; great-grandchildren, Austin and Nicholas Wygle of Norman, Okla., Kristina, Billie Jean and David (Bubba) Stiles of New Braunfels; sister, Gracie Belk and husband, Bob, of Marble Falls; brother-in-law David Duggins of Maxwell; and numerous nieces and nephews. David was a loving man who had many children and grandchildren who he adopted in heart. He was a retired Southwestern Bell Telephone employee of 36 years, a member of the Northside Church of Christ and the Solms Bowling Club. Pallbearers are Ron Dobbs, Dwayne Duggins, Dwight Duggins, Darrin Duggins, Delton Duggins and Daniel Workshop takes look at state budget The League of Women Voters of the Comal Area invites the public to attend a workshop, “Understanding the Texas Budget,” at 7'p.m, Thursday at the Westside Community Center at 2932 South IH 35. This participatory workshop will address the tax structure in Texas and why there is a current revenue shortfall leading to a call for funding cuts to services. Participants will evaluate proposals for new revenue sources which are being considered. of a metallic-blue, ’38 Chevy coupe. He had an unconditional and devoted love for his family. He is survived by his beloved wife, Anna S. Garcia; and sons, George Christopher and Jonathan Ross; mother, Tbmasita F. Garcia; brothers, Clemente Jr., Jerry and Roger; sisters, Yolanda Brackman and Nelda Allen; godchildren, Harry Brackman, Elizabeth B. Paniagua, Teresa Garcia and Rene Garcia; as well as numerous nephews and nieces, all of San Antonio. Anyone who was blessed to have known George will miss him and always remember that he was the most kind, loving and gentle soul. Visitation will be held horn noon until 9 p.m. Sunday, March 9, 2003, with a Rosary to be said at 7 p.m. at Schertz Funeral Home. A procession will depart the Schertz Funeral Home at 10:30 a.m. for an ll a.m. Mass on Monday, March IO, 2003, at St. Helena’s Catholic Church with Monsignor Leo Dolan as the celebrant. Interment will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery. A memorial fund has been established for his sons’ college expenses and may be submitted in care of the funeral home. Schertz Funeral Home Duggins. Memorials may be made to Hospice and Northside Church of Christ. Visitation will begin at 2 p.m. today, March 9, 2003, at the Zoeller Funeral Home and continue until service time Monday, March IO, 2003. The family will be present from 2 to 4 p.m. today at the funeral home to greet friends. Services will be IO a.m. Monday, March IO, 2003, at the Zoeller Funeral Home. Interment will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Zoeller Funeral Home LOPEZ LOPEZ Melissa Lynn Fitzhugh Lopez departed this life with her infant son, london Lynn Lopez, on Thursday, March 6, 2003. Melissa was 24. Melissa was bom in Galveston on May 14, 1978, to Tim P. Fitzhugh and Lorn Lynn Langley. She lived in New Braunfels until she was 15 when she moved to Hull. She attended Hull-Daisetta High School, where she met her sweetheart, Aaron Lopez. After graduating in 1996, Melissa and Aaron were married. On Oct. 31,1997. their first son. Dalton, was born, and would become Melissa’s passion for the rest of her life. Melissa, Aaron and Dalton were eagerly anticipating Landon’s arrival on May 17 of this year. In addition to Aaron and Dalton, her surviving family members include her mother, Lorn Lynn Dixon of New ROMINES Dorothy E. Romines, 82, passed from this life March 5, 2003. She was an avid bingo player with her roots beginning around the Morris-Coal City, IIM., area. ,She lived and raised her family for 33 years in Wilmington, IIM., and traveled for IO years before settling down to live in New Braunfels. She was preceded in death by her parents, Omer and Margaret Sheets; her sisters, Peg Ready and Marie Strong; and by two of her children, Ray and Sherrie Ferrero. She is survived by her husband of 52 years, Herman A. Romines Jr., a retired machinist; her brother, Joseph (Bud) Sheets; her sons, Larry and Herman (Skip) Romines Annette Af. Hanley April 27,1937. March IO, 1995 EDUCATOR, ECOLOGIST & FRIEND 8 long years ago today-yet not a day has passed with out missing you. In Loving Memory, Jim, Shirley, Suzanne, Sandy, Ro, Royal, Morgan, Jamie, Meredith, Katie & Tyler Feeling Great at 901 Margarito Padilla celebrated his 90th birthday on Saturday, February 22nd at the Comal County Sportsman Club with his family & friends. The party was given by his sons & daughters Mr & Mrs. George Padilla, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Padilla, Mr. & Mrs. Domingo Rodriguez (Isabel), Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Guerrero (Gloria). Music was provided by Edward P. Martinez Marachi by Jamie Padilla and his group video by Richard P. Martinez. Our thanks goes to everyone who helped make this special occasion. Mr. Padilla served in the military where he proudly served his country during World War ll. He then married his wife Dominga Silva and has been living at his residence for 56 years. He worked for Bender Motor Co. for 15 years, then retired from Bock Motor Co. after working there for 38 years. Braunfels; father, Tim Fitzhugh and his fiance, Tiffany Wassom, of Mont Belvieu; brothers, Dylan Fitzhugh and Drew Dixon; sisters, Jordan Dixon and Haylie Fitzhugh; paternal grandmother, Hazel Fitzhugh; and maternal grandparents, Martha An-droes and Charles Longley. Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. today, March 9, 2003, at LA Crespo Funeral Directors, 6123 Garth Road, Baytown, Texas. Service of Remembrance for MeMssa and Landon will be Monday, March IO, 2003, at the chapel of L.A. Crespo Funeral Directors, Rev. Jeff Powers officiating. Interment will follow at Cedarcrest Cemetery. Melissa will be remembered for her beautiful smile, her love of roller coasters and her unreal devotion to her family. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make memorial contributions can forward them in care of L.A. Crespo Funeral Directors, 6123 Garth Road, Baytown, Texas, 77521. LA. Crespo Funeral Directors III; her daughter, Renee and husband, Joseph M. Votta; her grandchildren, Andy, Beth and Paul Romines, Amie and Jerry Olson, and Frank, Ray and Tony Ferrero; five great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. She will be missed by all who knew her. Arrangements entrusted to: Puente & Sons Funeral Chapels 1254 N Bus loop 35 (HWY 81) 18301624 0500 Family Chi ned and Operated Let's Rock 'n Roll for Kids! Sponsored by Schlitterbahn WATERPARK SAT. MARCH ti Wursthalte Oo/uuup "Dee & THE ROCKET 88’s 6 pm VIP Party inc!, dinner, parking & VIP seating - $50 ea. (taw* wats tot General Admission (at 8 pm) - $15 Available at CIS Office, 161 S Casted or the NB Chamber of Commerce 620-4247 Benefit tor Communities In Schools KLARE William G. Klare passed away Wednesday, March 5, 2003, at the Broadway Lodge Health Care Center in San Antonio at the age of 91 years. He is survived by one son, Bill Klare, and wife, Kathy, of New Braunfels; four grandchildren, Pamela Roe, JuMe Scharringhausen, Kim Gabriel and Karen Hernandez, all of San Antonio; 13 great grandchildren; seven great-great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife of 70 years, JuMa Klare. Mr. Klare was a life member of the Elks Lodge and was retired from the Metro-poMtan Life Insurance Company after 25 years of service as an agent. Memorial Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday, March ll, 2003, at the Christ Presbyterian Church at 1620 E. Common St. Zoeller Funeral Home Free program on comic-book collecting Tbursday A free program on the hobby of collecting comic books and sports and game cards is scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday at the Schertz Library. Rich Conley, president of Heroes and Fantasies, will share his expertise on the world of comics and to give tips on collecting. The program is for children in grades 2-6. Call (210) 658-6011 for information. Mrs. Virginia Rodriquez & Family I Would like to express their deepest thanks and gratitude to the New Braunfels Kidney Disease Clinic, Dr. Player, Dr. Alvarez and staff. Colonial Manor. Holy Family Church and Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. We would like to thank Mr. and Mrs. Chris Esquivel and the choir for their music during the rosary and mass. Also, all our friends and relatives for their kind words, food, and support shown at the loss I of our loved one, Nicolas Rodriquez._ Sr rtm? «*? Af* WW** 'n* Sr lf 1 ipsE • jl IHM Farewell to our special friend “Conchita” December 25. ISM Ternary 17. 2063 You came into our lives one x-mas day 12 years ago. You were so small & so full of life. You could even fit into Opa's shirt pocket. At I year old. you weighed 2 lbs. People always said your bark was probably bigger than your bite. At family gatherings you were always the center of attention. You always knew when Opa was coming home from work. You would sit there by the front door & wait for him. Opa always said, "lf anybody loves me it's Conchita because she never hack talks to me ” I guess that's why he carries your picture in the front of his wallet You were very brave, my little friend, sleeping every night with 2 big adults. We thank God for the many years he gave you. T hank you for the comforting warm companionship you showed us. We're glad we look you on our vacation last year, along with 4 grandchildren all the way to Big Bend National Park. 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