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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 26, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas OBITUARIES f afiwnkenmts BOBBYEUGMfrOULTON Bobby Eugene Moultoh went td with his Lord on after a sudden heart Bobby Was bom on Apfll John and Rosa Lee Houltori Alabama In he joined theAir 1ft he wed Grace Marian in San Mfif to Haflin Texas where they resided for 5 Albert Kypfet passed away detabet 2003 at the athis home in Afterward he received orders to move to where they lived for 3 From there they trans ferred to Seymour Johnson North Carolina where they lived for 5 When he received orders to go to he moved his family to New Braunfels in where they still He fought in where he was awarded a Bronze and served his coiuntry as a Mil itary Policeman until his retirement in Following his military joined the Comal Sheriffs where he served as a Deputy Sheriff m Bobby went to work for Chemical which later became After 25 he retired in 2003 as a Regional Termi nal Bobby was preceded in death by his a broth Henry and Mamie Ruth He is survived by his loving wife of 47 Grace Doris Webster Sullivan of Mont and Ruby John Mellors of Pennsylvania his children Charles Arthur Marian Houlton of Melody Hanley of Universal John Allen mi Alyssa and Amber Houlton all felfj Texas and gfaiiddhil i dien Kevin tonada and Kaelli arid and Sarah Catherine and Brianna and nephews Michael and Patrick He is much loved and will bje greatly missed all who Visitationwill begin at 4 at the Zoeller Funeral Home and continue until service time will be preserit fromSto 7 Moridayjo greet Services will be 10 28 at the Zoeller Funeral Internment will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memo ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 615 New Braunfels 830 6252349 will be held 2003 at ddiSO at Friedens Unit jphurdh of Christ with Reverend Ralph Ltldwig offi Interment will follow at Lone oak Visita tion Suttday 9 with fMiily receiving friends from 7 at Gbetz Funeral 1 Kypfer was born December 1905 in Red wood to Herman and Elisa Thormeyer He was a life long farmer and active member of Friedehs United Church of Christ in Geroni mo He is preceded in deathJby his wife Irma Braun son Douglas soninlaw Raymond grandson John Zipp arid siblings Willie and Melanie Survivors include his daughters Helen Zipp and husband Karl of New Dorothy Consta ble and husband Aubrey of Braunfels and Alice Buck of Byrani grandchil dren Lisa Sacco and hus band Chris of New Braun Sara Williams and hus band Stoney of New Braun Tim Zipp and wife Allyson of New Robert and Galen Consta ble both of New Esther Pantermuehl and husband David of Christel Gossett and hus band James of New Braun Suzanne Meek and husband Craig of Longview and Holly Buck of Bryan great grandchildren Kareece and Bonnie Rachel and Leah Panter William Gossett and Madisont and Davis Meek and five nieces and Memorial contributions may be made to Friedens United Church of Memorial tributes can be made online at Arrangements by Goetz Funeral 713 TX or 830 Arrangements by Goetz Funeral Home 8303792313 GWENDAMURRIEL GREENER Gwenda Greener passed away on 2003 at the Kirkwood Manor in New Braunfels at the age of 82 Graveside Services will be held at a later date at the Cpmal It was Greeners wishes to be cre ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 615 New Braunfds 830 6252349 VALESKA ALMA EARLS Valeska Alma Earls passed away October New Funeral service will be held October 2003 at at Goetz Memorial Chapel with Lee Zillman Inters ment will Mow at San Gerort imo Visitation Sunday from 4 9 with family receiv ing friends from 5 7 at Goetz Funeral Memorial contributions maybe made tO Faith United Church of Christ in New Braunfels or charity of ones ELLA BLUE KUYKENDALL Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Ella Me who died in her home in New Braunfels r Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Memorial tributes can be made online at Arrangements by Goetz Funeral 713 TX 78155 or 830379 x Arrangements by Goetz Funeral Home 8303792313 GRAND 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