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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 7, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas December HERALDZEFTUNG Page 3 A OBITUARIES Paid advertisements SAMUEL MCSPADDEN i Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Funeral Home for Samuel McSpadden who passed away on Decem ber We lost a wonderful brother and best We will miss his intelligence and all of his special Samuel McSpadden was born June 1943 to Willie and Ruth McSpadden in He grew up in i graduating from Elec r tra High School in He v attended Texas Tech in Lub bock and graduated from The University of Texas in Sam was very proud his service in the I Army and especially proud of the Special Forces Group in which he served as a Demolitions He i was honorably discharged After 1 the Vietnam Sam earned his pilots license and flew commercially for sever Jal Sam loved to travel r and was wellsuited to over 1 seas He was a 1 project managersuperin tendent on jobs in North and South the Middle Asia and the Sam was also a consultant to the United j Nations for projects in Egypt ian Lebanon and Cam Everyone always looked forward to his return to the States to hear stories of his adventuressometimes slightly Prior to his Sam was a com mercial real estate broker and appraiser in the New Marcos Preceding him in death are his Survivors include his Connie of New Braunfels his Ann McSpadden Hand and her Bert of his beloved animals and many wonderful There will be a Memorial Service and Celebration of Sams Life in New Braunfels in the spring for his family and Any memorials can be made to US Army Special Forces Scholarship Special Forces Box NC 283091436 or an animal shelter at Canyon 2170 Old Sattler Canyon Texas 78133 or any charity of ones ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 615 New Braunfels 830 6252349 RICHARD DICK EASTMAN Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Home for Chief Msgt USAF retired Richard Dick who passed away on December 2005 at the age of 78 Eastman was an avid amateur radio He is survived his Edna lane East man of New Braunfels two Gary Eastman of Texas and Ronald Gene Eastman of Texas two Shannon Lee Eastman and Jacey Graveside services will be held on December 2005 at at the Sam Houston National with full military ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 615 New Braunfels 830 6252349 JOE ROBERT NEELEY Joe Robert Neeley passed away on Monday December at the age of Ser vices are pending with Zoeller funeral HELEN Helen of passed away Decem ber in San A graveside service will be on December at in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Herry was born July 1914 in AL to Augusta and Madie Brooks In 1929 she married Ben She was preceded in death by her brother and 8 broth 6 sistersinlaw and several nieces and Survivors include Tony Herry and his special loved Sharon Panter muehl Chris Her ry and wife Melissa ofLagu na CA granddaugh Stephanie Wall and hus band Jason of OK Christ ian and Caroline Herry of Laguna and Rea gan Wall OK Moth er of Chris Herry and Stephanie Renee Mur ray of San Antonio 2 sisters inlaw and numerous nieces and The family suggests in lieu of memorial contributions be made to the Alzheimers Association or a charity of ones Arrangements by Goetz Funeral Home GRIEVANCE CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Final decision lies with city manager Analysis provided by the company that makes the which has THCfree on its indicated its product tested negative for THC at a threshold of 10 parts per or slightly less than one While Kyle believes his client is not guilty of any he is not rely ing on the drug test results to get Zerchers job Most of the grievance hearing request letter is devoted to challenges to the citys mostly unwritten drug There is a wide range for error or inequity in work place decisions under the current Kyle I was hoping they would give her her job back without Oldeit Dwce Hill N0 COVER NO COVKR NEW YEARS EVE ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL guest JOHN ARTHUR MARTINEZ juwcja RAUL MALO OF THE MAVERICKS CORY MORROW FOR TICKET INFO 8306295077 or f Bedford Family Donald Brev Christmas Whitening Special Off 831 Landa Suite D New TX 78130 jL I TEXAS AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION HERITAGE CENTER presents COUNTRY CHRISTMAS 2005 BRING THE FAMILY Music Food BBQ on Stew Sausage Haryrides Campfires Animals Crops Live Nativity Chuck Wagon Antique Farm Equipment Fjchibits Decorated Country Village ONEROOM SCHOOL JUSTICE OF THE PEACE OFFICE COUNTRY WTCHEN BLACKSMITH SHOP WEAVING PRESEN CATIONS Icjtas Department of Agriculture Texas Yes is a new initiate Irom the Texas Department uf Agriculture designed lo spotlight rural Texas Make ywir gatoray Fur mure information on Texas Yes call having to go through the hearing but now were going to have to do the full dogandpony As part of the Zercher is requesting rein statement to her position as division full restoration of benefits and retirement back pay from the date of her 22 termina tion and removal of the drug test results from her person nel The panel that will hear her case will include Fire Chief John other city department heads and fire department Battalion Chief Steve the employee Zercher was allowed to request to participate in the Although the panel will consider Zerchers case and make a recommendation on her the final deci sion still rests in Jahns MOURNS CONTINUED FROM Page 1A District attorney will decide on charges Counselors spent the majority of Monday morning working with the students who were on Padillas she Roy Mack Miller of Canyon reported to Alvarez and DPS investigators that he was fumbling for a cig arette at about 4 when he passed a stopped CISD bus at FM 3159 in front of the Creek Hollow Cabins and RV Park about a mile south of The bus driver had activated the vehicles lights and safety devices and was properly Alvarez As of Miller had not been charged in connec tion with the But Alvarez said criminal charges were Miller knows about this I called him to let him Alvarez adding that the man was very remorseful and distraught over what had happened to I have to sit with the dis trict and weve got to get everything I have and look at Alvarez We need to question our witness es and make doubly sure of the facts and the More than well be tak ing this case to the grand jury for the proper charge based on the Comal County District Attorney Dib Waldrip said it was too early in the investiga HELP OUT A memorial fund has been established through Blanco National Bank in Spring Donations can be made to the Ryan Padilla Memorial Blanco National 20475Texas 46 Suite Spring account number Services for Padilla are tion to say what Miller could be charged We dont know what could have caused the man to not be driving in the main lane of Waldrip Did he have a medical condition Was there a mechanical fail ure These are all things I have to look Rest upon ruling those things the appropriate charge will be Waldrip said the DPS acci dent reconstruction team would be going to the scene to take measurements and check lines of sight and weather conditions such as the direc tion of the All could be Waldrip The investiga tion has to be concluded to ascertain if is the most appropriate Its too early to say I wasnt out and I havent seen the Waldrip said he had given Alvarez authorization to tell Padillas family how to reach I havent sought them out so as not to invade their priva cy at this Waldrip Ive told Trooper Alvarez to have them contact me any day or if they want to discuss The A titters Specialists Assisted Living Day Care Respite Care Services Licensed and Certified for License 195 New Braunfels 8306241744 IIOUSTONMAKCHMAN Hi l Noon CHRISTMAS TEXAS TWIST NO Sunday 58pm NO Roger Clyne The Peacemakers COVER Caregivers Day Out is every Tuesday from 9am 1pm We can take care of your loved one while you take some time for WEIHNACHTSMARKT 2005 The Sophienburg Museum Archives of New Braunfels and Weihnachtsmarkt would like to thank the following for their generous patronage of this years Weihnachtsmarkt PATRONS Color Express Lloyd Mitzi Dreher Joel Erben Madison Lowry Midtex Oil Food Marts Nevitt Moving Storage New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Don Marie Offerman BENEFACTORS Cari Barbara Doeppenschmidt GuadaComa Hoffmann Financial Doyle Krueger Mario Michael Tilly Steve Beth Sokolyk Michael Bette Spain Texas Industries TXI CONTRIBUTORS Area Wide Pest Control Janelle Berger Ann Tom Burrus Nancy Cronen Maxine Estess First State Bank Heesche Leonard Hitzfelder Bob Betty Kiesling William Kolodzie Surveying Company Jack Nancy Krueger Kuebler Waldrip Haus Bed Breakfast Layton Carole Leissner Lewis Joe Valin Miller Jan Gene Morrell Scott Payne David Perches Pete Cay Quoyeser William Sarah Reeves Moe Jo Schwab Bruce Marilyn Shepherd Betty Tays Louise Woodward Gordon Zunker FOR SERVICES AND PRODUCT CONTRIBUTIONS FRIENDS Zelda Adams Doris Wib Amacher Bill JoAnne Been Jewell Bob Blang Agnes Buhl Hermine Burow Celebrations Clovis Penelopooe Cooper Creek View Veterinary Clinic DeStefano Tire Auto Service Lorene Fiedler Barbara Fryer Randy Cari Gray Nina Joe Guinn Hermes Insurance Agency Anna Lee Hicks Pat SuhrHollis Lucille Jett Cynthia Mark Keith Jan Kennady Kneupper Matthew Laquita Linhart Clifford Judy Morton Denise Jeff Mund Judy Tom Myers Dorothy Warncke Myska John Lois Newton Charles Virginia Nowotny OHI Collectible Gifts Randall Morris Associates Reat Estate Retreat Day Spa Dorothy Rest Clarence Jean Scheel Pierre Schlumberger Sam Lucile Spain Tobacco Haus Jerry Peggy Welch Mary Lee Roger Welsch Jean Wilson Sam Patsy Wotipka The Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre Comalco Ron Snider Ellen Duncan Doncaster Collection Ernestos Jewelry Factory Johnny Friesenhahn Construction Fulbright Angle Garrott The Grapevine Grist Mill Restaurant Gruene Mansion Inn Huisache Grill Carol Martin Myrons Steakhouse New Braunfels Smokehouse Prince Solms Inn Republic Beverage Company Sign Grafters Wish List Wright Distributing Company Wurstfest Association All Weihnachtsmarkt Committee Chairmen and Volunteers
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