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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 30, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas OBITUARIES Septembet 2003 Page 3A Paid advertisements N1COLEDENEMEEK Nicole Dene of passed away September at McKenna Memorial Hospital in New Braunfels at the age of 42 Nicole was born on August in New to lames Meek and Merle Mackey Nicole had earned 128 college credit hours under difficult circumstances and was a Certified Braille She is survived by her Ryder Meek of San Antonio arid Marco Williams of Vir ginia VA James Meek and Karen Meek and son all of New Braunfels Merle Mackey of Vir ginia VA grandchil Alek and Devlin both of San Antonio Annette Meek ofVir ginia VA grandmoth Anna of New Braun fels Ray of New Braunfels Christine of Virginia VA Raymond and Maria of New There are no services that will be held at this Rest in peace Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home JASON CHELF Jason born Janu ary passed away September in New Braunfels at the age of 20 Jason is survived by his Rhonda Kay Voss of New Braunfels David Voss of New Braun fels Suzanne Chelf of New Braunfels Mathew Chelf of new Braun fels Lynda Willis of New Lynn Mills of New Braunfels and Lynette Voss of New Braunfels Henry Logan Chelf of TX six aunts of New Braunfels two uncles of New Braunfels two greataunts of New Braun fels six greatuncles of New Braunfels and Hope Anne Chelf of New Braun Visitation will begin October at 12 noon at the Zoeller Funeral Chapel Ser vices will be held October at 12 noon at Zoeller Funeral Vis it our website at for more In lieu of flow ers memorial contributions may be given to Rhonda Voss in memory of Jason Chelf ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 615 New Braunfels 830 6252349 DIANE ANGEL Funeral services were held September for Diane Angel who passed away in San Antonio September at the age of 43 Visitation was from 1 until service time September at the Holy Cross Mausoleum Services were at 2 in the Mausoleum Chapel with entombment following the ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 615 New Braunfels 830 6252349 MARIE Marie born June passed away Sep tember She was She was a longtime resident of New Jones was preceded in death by her William Zogheib and James Thomas Jones Hugh and Thomas Spain and a Margaret Survivors include her nie Vance and Lavinia Straka two William Jones and Charles Jones 6 Leisha Lynnlee Vance James R Marie Jones Katherine Jones Garcia and MatheW Straka and 9 Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 or October at Mission Park Funeral Chapels Graveside services will be held at 11 on October at Mission Burial Park South Arrange ments with Mission Park Funeral Chapels South 1700 Military 9244242 ELSIE KOHLENBERG BOENIG Elsie Kohlenberg age 97 of New died Septem ber at Eden Funeral services will be held today at 10 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels with The Richard Carse offi Interment will fol low at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Visitation will begin at 4 Sunday and continue until service time on Memorial contributions may be made to Eden Home or First Protestant Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home JOYCE LOPANEC Joyce age of New passed away September in San Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 615 New Braunfels 830 6252349 HEART CONTINUED FROM fcige t A Screenings available at health fair The goal is to for part of which will remain in Comal AHA educa tional materials to the hospi Lee saidTheir research helps staff set protocols and guidelines for cardiac Participants raise money by asking for donations from family members and for those who do not reg ister In Pot informa contact the American Heart Association at 210 614 Maurice heart survivor and owner of Mid Tex Oil in New will start the He is the hon orary chairman for the 2003 There will also be screen including blood bone blood grip strength vision speech analysis and posture BEEF CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Hes the one they call while gaining admiration from his peers for his ability to find Baileys recent hits include nearly 200 pounds of mari juana he seized under the false bottom of a trailer and about in cash he found after an eighthour search of a Ford Comal County Sheriffs detective Dennis Koepp said Bailey is the go to guy in this region when it comes to hot When our patrol guys stop a car and they have a hes the one they Koepp Because of Baileys expert he also teaches the regions law enforcement officers about what to look for when dealing with stolen Koepp Because John does so much of he knows the manu When he has a ques which isnt very he calls Koepp He knows who to talk CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Dad gets into it even more than I do have to feed them morning and and sometimes you have to wash Darren Its a lot of but its worth it if you Herzog said he would wear his grand champion belt buckle when he goes to Dallas for the state fair this Lapsey and her Don na and Steven of New Braun are wannabe they said But the Lapseys shpwed they could get the job done when Stephanies Santa Gertrudis was named grand Stephanies older brother Brian got her started in keep ing But her father probably provided the real We call my husband cat tle rancher around the house because thats his Donna I love but dad gets into it even more than I Stephanie I have fun doing but I think he even has more Stephanies work is made a bit easier with help from her family and her He helps me a getting washing and since hes around a Stephanie When she shows more than one he helps show as It means a lot to Stephanie Like Darren Stephanie hopes to attend Texas But shell have some family issues to work out I bleed Steven Ill pay for any school in the But I tell her she needs to get a job if she goes to METAL ROOFING SPECIALIST Thousands of roofs in Central Texas over 35 builders use Alpine exclusively for their roofing Still Servicing Your Needs for 18 Continous Licensed City Contractor Bonded Insured 5 Year No Leak Warranty Same crews for years No Day Laborers No up front money to start your work 937 Landa Street 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