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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 12, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas June 3 Paid advertisements GUADALUPE RIVERA ESTRADA After the gift of years of being a heart transplant Guadalupe Lupe Rivera Estrada passed away on June His greatest accomplishments included being a loving and Lupe found his greatest happiness by placing his family first and always being around for his Through his service with the United States Air force and mem bership in the Knights of Lupe developed close friendships and touched many Throughout his Lupe always knew the impor tance of friends and fami ly and despite the personal challenges he faced with his he always managed to put his needs aside and put the needs of others In addition to the great memories Lupe has left behind with each of let us remember the greatest gift he received 10 years a new which allowed him more time with Preceded in death by his parents Epifano and Santos daughter Andrea Bitoni Thomas and Juanita Survived by Herlinda Monica Morales and husband Roger Morales and Patrick James Sisters Feli pa Hernandez and Dolores Morales and husband Rudolfo brother Henry Three Christopher Miguel Janna Brooke and Demetri Kristos Mother and fatherinlaw Joe and Irene Numerous nieces and nephews and extend ed family Visitation will begin at am June 2007 at the Zoeller Funeral Home and continue until A rosary will be recited on June 2007 at at the Zoeller Funeral A procession will depart the funeral home Wednes at for an mass at the Holy Family Catholic Church in New Full military services and interment will follow at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery at in San The family has requested that memorial contribu tions be given to either the Kidney Foundation the American Heart Association or HOPE Hospice of New Braunfels You are invited to sign the guestbook at ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 615 New Braunfels 830 6252349 MEGAN HERRING Megan born February 1989 was called home to be with our heavenly Fathei on June at the age of Eighteen years of life lived Free ready to embrace new Megans passion was to embrace She knew Jesus Christ and stood by her compassionate and accepting of describes this beau tiful young Her conta gious smile and big blue eyes brighten our world for 18 years and she will be missed but never Megan was preceded in death by her grandfather Bud Herring and Uncle Richard She is survived by her lov ing parents Charles and Car la her adoring brother Curtis grandparents Popo Grand ma Bonugli and grandmoth er Eva Jean Herring and numerous uncles and Funeral services will be June at at Oakwood Baptist Church with burial to follow in Hill Country Memorial You are invited to sign the guestbook at ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 615 New 830 6252349 Till WILDl LOWFJt BAUN Dtcor Bamwood I 1 Souvenirs Wlndchlmas Seeds Seasonal I HOME OF THE RUSTIC Papuan Chain Includes base and cushion in solids or prints tamed Hymns Many Favorites SALE New Sunny Merchandise Now Arriving IN 1290766 Corner ot Seguin 35 OPEN am 6 pm 11 am 6 pm JOHN JOSEPH JR John Joseph passed away Sun June 2007 at the age of 68 at McKenna Memorial John was born January in Karnes He attended school at Twin Texas and After serving in the Army for four Johns family moved to New Braun fels in He worked at Artz Meat Mar ket and Granzins Meat Market for forty KAYLAGAGE Kayla age died Sat urday June at Universi ty Hospital in San funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon years before retiring in John was best known for his sausage making and his con stant witty John was preceded in death by his John and mother Mary Magdaline and brother Anthony He is survived by his sister Mary Neary and husband of New Braunfels sister Isabel Meckel and husband Willie of New Braunfels brother Frances Moy and wife Maxine of Texas sister Joanna Weaks and hus band of Texas brother Michael Moy and wife Karen of Texas sister Leona Catchings and husband Ricky of Texas sister Patricia Clark and husband Kenneth of New Braunfels and brother Robert Moy of New Braunfels twen ty nine nieces and nephews and twenty eight great nieces and John belonged to Peter and Paul Catholic He enjoyed bowling and fishing and collecting old record Visitation will begin at noon Tuesday and continue until Doeppensclimidt Funeral A Rosary will be led by Deacon Fred Fey at the funeral home at Funeral services will be held at Wednes day June at the funer al home Burial will follow at Hill Country Memorial Gardens on highway 46 near Smithson Memorials may be offered to Peter and Paul Catholic Church or to the Alterra Ster ling House Cooking Club of New HILARIOCASTILLEJA Hilario age passed away June Arrangements are pending with Puente Sons Funeral BREEZE ANN HARE Arrangements are pend ing at Zoeller Funeral Home for Breeze Ann She passed away June in San Anto nio at the age of Todays services No other services were reported to be scheduled for County officials to discuss fireworks Thursday Doeppenschmidt FUNERAL HOME New Braunfels 830 6253434 ROBERT GALVEZ CRUZ EL CRUZER Robert born in on April to Hilario Cruz and Feliza Galvez went to be with the Lord on June atage of 61 He is preceded in death by his parents and brother Hilario Cruz is survived by his wife of 24 years Maryann Rosales Cruz sister Socorrow Tatum from South Carolia Robert Bobby Cruz and wife Eliza beth Liza Cruz from Chica Leticia Garcia from New Braunfels Francis co Urias and wife Maryelln from Jose Angel and Ricardo from New Braunfels 9 Ashley Can Mercedes Cruz from Joshua and Isaiaha Cruz from Audrey Romero and husband Fran Frankie Urias Annabel Urias from Justin Urias and wife Ryan Urias from New Braun fels great Dominick Ryan Urias from New Braun fels and a host of many Visitation will be held Wednesday June to at Puente and Sons with Rosary at Mass will be held Thurs Fessys It Is New Summer Hours Open 7 Days A Week Come visit us at Main Plaza in downtown New Braunfels 8306278181 Mon 10 am 5 pm TuesFri 10 am 6 pm SatSun 8 am 6 pm June at Our Lady of Perpetual with interment following at Comal Arrangements with By Mark Koopmans The HeraldZeitung Comal County Commis sioners are scheduled to dis consider and possibly up to a dozen items on its action agenda during Thursdays regular Items up for considera discussion and possi ble action include the fol lowing Discuss and consider prohibiting outdoor burn following receipt of a let ter by the Texas Association of Approve an order to prohibit the sale and use of certain fireworks in the unin corporated areas of Comal County ahead of the July 4 Review and approve the water availability report sub mitted by Canyon Lake water service Discuss and consider waiver of penalties and interest accrued on ad val orem taxes and take appro priate Approve and authorize County Judge Danny Scheel to sign an agreement in con nection with the countys T What Comal County Whan Thursday CommHiiofieri 199 Main New Agenda information can be found by vlalting Authorize Scheel to pro vide names for the Citizens Advisory Committee in accordance with developing a regional habitat conserva tion Authorize the request ing of bids for the expansion of the county engineers office and the request of proposals for a programmable touch screen control system for the Comal County Commissioners also are expected to hear a presen tation on the Smoke Alarms in Every Home as well as reports from county staff and if Mark Roopmans can Greg Perkins Jinny Perki hd Perkins I cant emphasize enough the personalized attention and the friends that weve Greg Perkins WlIX DENTAL Horacio Lucero Fred Willard welcomes a new partner Lara Perry New Patients Dentistry for Always Welcome Adults Children 2003 came for a car 2007 came to Is Wash Werks worth the drive from San Antonio We think We think its brothers Greg and Ed Perkins and their mom are special So we were happy to help them detail a few loans and polish their banking Fact weve spent decades building 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