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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 17, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas                                August 2005 3A OBITUARIES Paid advertisements of New Braun fels passed away on August 2005 at his resi dence at the age of He was born on September 1924 in New Braunfels to Frank Meckel and Ada Schaefer He later married Loretta Haverlah Meckel in During his professional Meckel worked as a contrac tor in the home building He is survived by his Loretta Meckel of New Braunfels Kirsten Dietert and husband Dwayne of New Braunfels and Charles and their spous all of Arizona stepgrand Brooks and Mea both of New Braunfels Pete and David Meckel and Gladys all of New Braunfels numerous nieces and His Susan who passed away on March pre ceded Meckel in Visitation is scheduled for August from to at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New The family will be present Wednesday evening from to to greet The funeral service is scheduled for August at at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with burial to follow at Guadalupe Valley Memor ial Park In lieu of memorial donations may be given to the charity of ones Doeppenschmidt FUNERAL HOME New Braunfels 830 6253434 WANDA JOYCE WILKERSON WELCH Wanda Joyce Wilkerson age of Canyon passed away August 2005 at her resi Welch was born January 1943 to Charlie Alvin Wilkerson and Ella Lieck Wilkerson in San She married John Welch on June 1959 in Fort She was a member of Cranes Mill Baptist Church at Canyon The Order of the Sons of Pastboard member of Church in the Valley and a member of the Ladies Auxiliary Volunteer Fire Departments of Canyon TX and She was also very active in several serving as a member as well as She enjoyed cro studying and Welch is survivedby her John Welch of Canyon TX daugh Annette Colleen Sanchez and husband Robert of Carla Joyce Mower of and Frances Carol Slater of Canyon TX John Clayton and wife Kathleen of Blooming NY Agnes Welch of Canyon TX 14 6 and numerous Public visitation will begin PM Friday at the Funer al Home and will continue until Funeral Ser vices will be conducted AM August at Cranes Mill Baptist Church with Reverend Jerry Becknal Interment will fol low in the Cranes Mill Ceme Memorial contributions may be given to Cranes Mill Baptist Church or to Church in the Doeppenschmidt FUNERAL HOME Canyon Lake Todays services Mario Holy Family Catholic MARIO MONTOYA Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Funeral Home for Mario who passed away on August at the age of 51 A procession will depart the Zoeller Funeral Home at Wednesday for a mass at the Holy Family Catholic Interment will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 615 New Braunfels 830 6252349 GAILBENFORD Funeral arrangements are pending at the Zoeller Funer al Home for Gail who passed away on Tues August 2005 at the age of 64 RAISE CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Legislature fails to act on school finance entire school finance whether the Legislature addresses these now or later it is an issue that has to be An estimated 150 small and rural Texas school dis tricts pay teachers the mini mum The increase would have been the first jump in the minimum salary schedule in six According to an email sent from the Texas Educa tion Agency to school dis the 200506 state min imum salary schedule will not include a salary increase unless a new bill is adopted in the second called session or a later special session that mandates a teacher pay raise for the 200506 school Texas teacher pay ranked 33rd during the 200304 school Lawmakers were left to rewrite the TEA budget when Perry vetoed the original appropriations and called them back for the first special Old Gruene Market Days August 2021 10am 5pm 100 artisans featuring handmade in Gruenes turnofthc century historic Live specialty shopping and unique Musical Guest Ken Raba 8308321721 From Exit 191 Go West lurn left on Hunter Road eimejs Specialists Assisted Living Day Care Respie Care Services Licensed and Certified for Alzheimers 195 New Braunfels 8306241044 Caregivers Day Out is every Tuesday from 9am 1pm Are you a caregiver Need some help Register to a Personal DVD Player The first 100 adults 18 years of age and over receive a FREE sport No Personal Loans Home Equity Bill Consolidation Home Improvement A member of American International The new source for same day cash San Marcos San Marcos Place 900 Bugg Lane 5123924025 New Braunfels New Braunfels Marketplace 651 Business IH 35 8306253048 Weekends or after call 8006974719 session on school After the Legislature approved the rewritten spending Perry signed the new bill last week that didnt include a teacher pay State Education Commis sioner Shirley Neeley announced the pay increase in after the Texas Feder ation of Teachers noticed the change and wrote her a letter seeking lawmakers and leaders acknowledged failure in the latest attempt to restructure the way Texas pays for public After passing school funding legislation this session is near impossi neither the House nor the Senate seemed inclined to adjourn before the ses sions Friday MONEY CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Childrens museum will open regardless formal request for funds states more tournaments will in crease sales tax revenue and Hotel Occupancy Tax funds with a potential for attracting tourists to the area during nontraditional Our fields are in good Hull If we had lights and they would be much more attrac tive to One event organized by Quickfoot Tournament Series brought players and their families to town in Facilitator David Heap told the HeraldZeitung in June New Braunfels was an ideal place for tournaments and would be a good candidate for additional if it had the playing facilities to accom modate Quickfoot puts on 11 tour naments every While he is hopeful his organization will receive the funds it needs to move for ward with the Weston fields Hull said he did not want to take anything away from Both of them are worth while he board members should find a way to make both of them When Brierty made his We see these projects as comple menting one anoth They are both great for I hope we can both get funds from Tim Brierty President of McKenna Health Systems pitch to board members in he told them they should support the McKenna project because it would pro vide a gymnasium for youth tourism opportunities and classroom space for busi ness He also noted the revitaliza tion of the vacant HEB building would be a boon for the downtown areas develop I hope the board doesnt just focus on the fact that this project will be completed whether they contribute or Brierty told the Herald Zeitung This project is great for bringing other businesses to this community because they will see we are dedicated to families Like Brierty said he did not believe McKenna and NBYS had competing inter We see these projects as complementing one anoth he They are both great for I hope we can both get funds from raunfete EZRA CHARLES Nielli RUSTY WIER DJANdO WALKKR Sunday 59 No Cover Billy Bacon the Forbidden Pigs MIRANDA LAMBERT September CHARLIE ROIIISON September IQlh RODNEY CROVVELL GOSPEL BRUNCH TEXAS TWIST FOR TICKET INFO 8306295077 or VMff WP Lost Our Lease WWv Last Day of Business In This Location BLOW OUT SALE Strickly For Bargain Hunters Thank You For Many Years Of Paronage 358 LANDA STE 6292781 FCB First Commercial Apply Online Joann Lange Joann Lange joined First Commercial Bank as our Business Development Officer and has been promoted to Vice Branch Manager of the New Braunfels Joann is bringing with her 25 years of banking experience having served with other area financial a resident of understands the needs in our community and is ready to help you with all your banking I Please stop in and visit with she would like to speak with Your Locally Owned Community Bank 1656 State Hwy 46 New Braunfels Texas 78155 830 6252661 Member FDIC   

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