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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 14, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas OBITUARIES Paid advertisements John Hottest Davenport vyas bom at Wal ter Reed Army Medical Center in Wash on Me died at Brooke Army Medical Cett ter In San Texas at the young age of 34 John was an energetic and cheerful child of He loved his Forrest and the same way he knew the Lord loved with uncondi tional This same joy he shared with his par brothers and who admired his gentle strength and adored his glo rious He loved working out and it showed in his well shaped Hard Christian rock music soothed His church was precious to him and he was uplifted by his fellow mem and they were pro foundly affected by He was masterful as the sole owner and operator of Davenport Restoration and his carpet care His clients respect ed the quality of his work and integrity in his service and the light of his Christian John was noblest during his last days of His efforts to survive held his loved ones Thank God for gracing them with his pres What a man What a blessing He is survived by one Madison June Dav enport of NewBraunfels one Forrest James Daven port of New mother and Robert and Barbara Davenport of El Texas three broth Robert and Debbie Davenport of El Texas Stephen and Sissy Dav enport of Georgia and Bryan and Karen Davenport of San Antonio one port Ramirez of El Texas and numerous loving uncles and Visitation will be from 8 to 2003 at the Zoeller Funeral Home in Ne Ser vices will be 2 Tuesday at the Freedom Fellowship Church in New Interment will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial The family has requested that memorial contributions be given to a trust fund that will be set up for the chil Madison and Zoeller Funeral Home JAMES FOX James R Fox passed away on Sept at the Guadalupe Valley Hos pital in at the age of 15 He is survived by his Jenny Williams and Monty Williams of New Braunfels Bobby Fox of Judy Fox of Sandra Vicari of James Robert and Robert and Carol McCall all of Springfield three Bobby Fox Dustan Fox and Denp Fire line all of New Braunfels two Angel Williams and Kaitlynn Fox of aunts and Deori and Cheryl Fireline and Ger rad Zee and several other great aunts and Visitation will begin at 3 2003 7 at the Zoeller Funeral Home and continue until service time Services will be 10 Monday at the Zoeller Funeral Services will conclude at the funeral Services will continue in SpringfieM On Tuesday and Wednesday at the Bisch and Son Funeral Cre mation will follow services in Zoeller Funeral Home NAIAUEMCINTIRE SHACKELFORD Natalie Mclntire Shack elford died after a lengthy She was bom in Her parents were Hugh and Freida She graduated from William Woods College and went on to receive her bach elor of science degree from he University of She did her residency as a hospital dietician at the Uni versity of In April after working for a short time in civilian Natalie joined the Army in the Womens Medical Service She served in England during World War II and was honorably discharged in Jan uary Natalie then attended fashion and design school in Chicago and worked at various jobs before reenlisting in the Army in In May 1951 she met her future Edward while she was stationed in He too was in the They were married on Natalie was discharged in January 1952 as a first lieu Throughout their married life they moved all over the wherever the Air Force sent including Germany and After he retired from the Air they settled in New Texas and remained there for the next 27 the longest period she had lived anywhere since leaving In January Natalie and Ed moved to Corpus Natalie was a charter member of the Captain James Jack Daughters of the American Revolution and served as regent for two She was very active in her church as well as other nonprofit activ She is survived by her husband of nearly 52 a Patricia Shack elford of Corpus Christi John a son Edward Shackelford of Texas Sandy three Sarah Shack Ethan John Wood her Virginia Smyth of Ruth Head and her Harbon Mclntire Oklahoma as well as numerous nieces and In lieu of donations may be made to the Alzheimers the First United Methodist Church of Corpus or VistaCare Hospice of Corpus A Memorial Service will be held at thelHnityTowers at 10 September Committal service will be held at Sam Houston National Cemetery in San at Sept Seaside Funeral Home September Page 3A ing cough plagues county fly Ron Maloney Staff Writer Public health officials Sat urday reported an outbreak of 12 new cases of whoop ing cough in Comal County Nurse Karon Preiss said there have been 18 cas es of commonly called whooping reported in the county since Preiss said 33 cases were reported in Twelve new cases have been identified in the past Preiss Whooping which can be fatal to begins as what appears to be a common cold with a runny nose and other typical symptoms that in one to two weeks is char acterized by a repetitive What Im concerned about is making sure the public understands that if their child has a cough ill ness to see their doctor right Preiss Coughing bouts or 30 or more can be followed by a whooping Parent Organizations Community Organizations Clubs Events Meetings Sports Stories Great Deals CATCH IT ALL EACH MORNING Call 6259144 to subscribe today NlAV sound as a child struggles and sometimes by About 85 percent of childhood whooping cough cases are preventable by Since last we have had quite a number of problems with Preiss This is the time of year when it rears its ugly and its This is when we see cases go Preiss said parents should keep infants out of public places as much as possible and certainly away from anyone with a coughrelated Were really worried about The mortality rate is If infants get its very Preiss Parents of newborns or infants who havent been immunized should know its very important to keep them away from Three of the cases reported this past week are in Preiss Adult cough illness should not be If the cough ROOM REMODELING 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE John Mang 5128422096 is persistent and doesnt go see your Preiss Comal County Public I lealth Authority Dorothy Overman said parents should make their infants and children are up to date on all immuniza Infants can be vacci nated against whooping cough at six Pertussis vaccine is given in a series at 6 and 12 months fol lowed by a fouryear The vaccine wicars off after several It only protects about 85 percent of the pop ulation from the but reduces the severity of symptoms in those who do become Overman Were concerned about he health of the communi Overman We want parents and every one to be When this first it looks like a bad All cases should be reported LO public health TALK INSTANTLY introducing the new Verizon Wireless PUSH TO TALK Seivice PUSH TO TALK THAT WORKS WHERE YOUDO SIGN UP NOW FREE UNLIMITED GROUP FREE NIGHT WEEKENDS 400 ANYTIME MINUTES LOUISEAGUILAR Born August 2003 M i Weight 6lbs 9oz Length 19 inches Baptist Anthony Hospital TX PARENTS Albert Linda Aguilar MATERNAL GRANDPARENTS 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