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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 14, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas February 2007 HERALDZEITUNG Page 3A Paid advertisements RENNIELORA CURTIS LLOYD Rennie Lora Curtis age of New Braunfels passed away Sunday Febru ary at her She was a member of Lake side Baptist Church and was a caregiver at River Gardens for more than 17 She is survived by her hus band Lester Lloyd of New Braunfels Leslie Lloyd Heinzmann and hus band Carl of TX fos ter Carole Davis and husband Clay of Schertz five two foster grandchildren and seven Also surviving her are a brother and sister from Hous ton and many cousins close FRANCES ESTO HALES Funeral arrangements are pending at the ZoelJer Funeral Home for Frances Esto who passed away on Tliesday at the Al terra Sterling House at the age of 92 friends I Terry Helen Eva and Jim Daily and many Public visitation will begin 5 Thursday at Zoeller Funeral Home and will con tinue until 9 A chapel service will be held February at Zoeller Funeral Home with interment to follow at Fort Sam Houston National Ceme Memorial contributions may be given to the Arthritis ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 615 New Braunfels 830 6252349 Todays services Vernon 2 Guadalupe Valley Memorial Heart institute celebrates lives of transplant patients HOUSTON AP Eddie Knipps two heart transplants have given him the wisdom to savor the small wonders of life and the strength to endure one of its largest losses the death of a On Knipp and nine other heart transplant recipi ents celebrated more than 20 years of survival after surgery at the place that made it possi ble the Texas Heart Institute at Lukes Episcopal It has given me a new per spective on a new dimen said an El Paso resident who had transplants hi 1987 and In Knipps 17yearold son was killed in a car His organs were donated and went to at least 70 other Knipp Despite the Knipp says he is grateful for his at Every day I wake up and I thank God for every breath I Knipp Its the little things in life that we really take for granted that I now realize are so so Besides celebrating the longevity of some of its the renowned cardiac center marked the 25th anniversary of a program dedicated to repair ing failing The first successful heart transplant in the United States was performed at the hospital in 1968 by founder Denton who is now surgeon Since more than transplants have been performed according to hospital By the end of the the Texas Heart Institute could have 23 patients who have reached the 20year survival The average heart transplant patient survives eight to 10 According to Every day I wake up and I thank God for every breath I Eddie Knipp heart transplant patient the American Heart Associa the fiveyear survival rate is 71 percent for men and 67 percent for The risks were even greater when the field of transplant surgery was still evolving two decades The real brave ones were the said Branislav director of the Center of Cardiac Support and associate director of Cardiovas cular Surgery and Transplant Charles Washington was one of those In he suffered a mas sive heart leaving his heart functioning at less than 30 percent of I was literally gasping for said who is from Oak After seven Wash ingtons health continued to deteriorate and his prognosis was on March Washington received a new and a new appre ciation for Now the longestsurviv ing Texas Heart Institute trans plant recipient at nearly 24 years had the chance to watch his children and grandchildren become It makes you really enjoy all of not just a special occa said who is four years shy of the longest surviving heart transplant recipient in the accord ing to the United Network for Organ Sharing in Former Kerrville Daily Times publisher dies KERRVILLE AP Bill Dozier former executive editor of the Tyler Morning Telegraph and pub lisher of the Kerrville Daily has He was A native of Dozier began his career at age when he was a printers dev il at the Delhi Dis He graduated from Louisiana Tech Uni versity in 1943 with a degree in journal William Dozier ism and served in the Navy during World War II and in the Korean Dozier went to work for the New Orleans TimesPicayune as a but was recalled to duty in the Navy in He became editor of The Tyler CourierTimes two years later and remained there for 12 He purchased controlling interests in Kerr Publications in 1964 and went on to become publisher and edi tor of the Kerrville Daily I le sold the newspaper and retired in During his Dozier also was president of Hills O Texas publications and was general partner for Frio Nueces He also served as president of the Texas Associated Press Managing Edi tors Association and the Texas Press Association and was a member of the American Society of Newspaper Edi American Newspaper Publishers Association and Sigma Delta Chi pro fessional Funeral services were scheduled for 2 Thursday at the First United Methodist Church in I le will be buried at Garden of Memories in Houston set to partner with Earthlink HOUSTON AP city of Houston said Tuesday it had struck a deal with Earth Link to build a citywide wireless Internet network that eventually would be the nations largest at about 600 square Houston would join more than 250 communities across the nation that plan to or already offer wireless Internet to businesses and government Once Houstons munic ipal WiFi network would be the largest in North EarthLink officials You can certainly say things are bigger in said Craig an industry analyst and author of the Citywide WiFi network proposed book Fighting The Good Fight For Municipal At an afternoon news con Mayor Bill White used the word citing the estimated mil lion that EarthLink would invest in setting up the infra structure and the transmitters that will be placed on light and utility poles throughout the No taxpayer dollars would be spent on the White Referring to other cities that have built what White calls Internet the may or said You could put all their square add them up and and youll come up with about the square miles of the city of Houston that will be covered by the White said the endeavor would equalize access to as well as benefit existing residential and busi ness Internet who can enjoy lower subscription rates borne of If the city council approval and contract negotiations go as EarthLink could begin building the citys infra structure by said Donald president of the companys municipal networks The net work is expected to be up and running by as part of the will provide wire less Internet access to lowincome users for a month or Everyone else would be able to get the service through EarthLink or several other including Vonage and EarthLinks whole sale price for those providers will be about per month how much subscribers would have to pay depends on the individual offers die providers come up Berryman Border sheriffs group gets new leader EL PASO AP A retired federal agent has been appointed executive director of the Texas Border sheriffs Donald a retired Customs agent who also worked as a Border Patrol and Drug Enforcement Adminis tration won the ayear job earlier this As executive who also has worked as a train ing director for the El Paso County sheriffs will over see the administration of state and federal grants awarded to help border sheriffs control crime in their the coalition has two grants worth about Reay replaces Rick a spokesman for the El Paso County sheriff who had acted as the groups interim direc tor since its 2005 Carmens family would like to express their thanks to everyone for their words of flowers and food Our special thanks to Jimmy Funeral for going the extra To Jenn Dominic Maria Alanis and all the kitchen The Molina Family Mother Felicitas Molina Sisters Janie Molina Gonzalez and Gloria Gomez Brothers Hector Gilbert Rocky Molina and Carlos Molina Sisterinlaw Aurora Molina ART GALLERY DAY SPA Valentines Specials Burn Build Healthy Natural lHot Stone Massage 1Swedish Massage paraffin treatment Now 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