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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 8, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas OBITUARIES Paid advertisements Otis Walter Mueller Otis Walter Mueller was bom August 31st, 1930 to Ernest Mueller and Hilda Wersterfer Mueller. He was the youngest of three children. Otis lived most of his life in New Branunfels, Texas, a town which his great grandfather, Wilhelm Mueller helped establish in 1851 when he traveled here from Germany. Otis learned to speak English when he started attending the Frei-heit School in 1936. He eventually transferred to New Braunfels High School his Sophmore year so he could play the bass horn, and graduated from there in May of 1948. He joined the Thirty Sixth Infantry Division Band of the Texas National Guard. Along with his keen interest in music, Otis loved to dance. And just as if it were scripted, he met the love of his life, Lenora Seidel, one Saturday night at an "oompah" dance at Schumansville Hall. Next week on April 14, 2011, Otis and Lenora would have celebrated 58 years of marriage together. They danced their way through many of those years, and they loved to travel. They travelled all over the world, but Otis carried a passion for the beach and for waterfalls. Otis was a hard worker. Among other jobs, he helped farm his father’s land on Alves Lane and he worked for 30 years at L.C.RA from which he retired in 1993. Above all, Otis was most passionate about his family and his faith in God. His faith carried him all through life and he passed Ronald K. Wunderlich Funeral arrangements are complete at Zoeller Funeral Home for Ronald K. Wunderlich of Spring Branch. He passed away Tuesday, April 5, 2011 at the age of 63. Visitation will be from 3 pm until 9 pm Sunday April 10, 2011 with the family present to receive visitors from 3 pm until 6 pm. peacefully into the arms of the Lord in the early morning hours Wednesday, April 6,2011 at the age of 80. Otis is survived by his wife Lenora, their three daughters, Sandra Wehe and husband Warren, Deborah Kissire and husband Jim, Rhonda Smock and husband Tony; his sister Nelrose Galle; four grandchildren Stacy Ortega and husband Juan, Brant Bindseil and wife Cindy, Madison Smock, and Rick Kissire; one step grandson Nolan Smock; four great grandchildren Kaylee, Noah, Kylie, and Khloe; and numerous nieces, nephews, and friends. He is preceded in death by his mother and father Hilda and Ernest Mueller, and sister Valira Timmermann. Funeral services honoring Otis will be held at St Paul Lutheran Church at 9:30 am on Saturday April 9th. There will be a graveside service immediately following at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. In addition, visitation will be held from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm Friday, April 8th at Zoeller Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, donations in Otis’ memory may be given to St. Paul Lutheran Church, 181 S. Santa Clara, New Braunfels, TX 78130, or Hope Hospice, 611 North Walnut Avenue, New Braunfels, TX 78130. ZOELLER Fl INERAL HOME Funerals & Cremations D'gPjty 615 Landa, New Braunfels ttnm OMua Funeral services will be Monday, April 11, 2011 at 10 am at St. Paul Lutheran Church in New Braunfels. Service will conclude at the church. ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals & Cremations D'&p.'ty 615 Landa, New Braunfels (830) 625-2349 TEXTING WHILE DRIVING BAN PASSES INTX HOUSE AUSTIN (AP) — Driving while sending text or email messages from a cellphone would become a crime under a bill that passed the Texas House on Thursday. Reading messages would still be legal. The last-minute change making an exception for drivers who look at or read text messages gave voice to opponents who thought the measure was a slap at basic freedom and an invitation to police to harass drivers. Rep. Larry Taylor, R-League City, who won passage of the modification, said the bill as originally drafted went too far. “Just looking down briefly at your phone — I don't want to be pulled over as a criminal or breaking the law,” Taylor said. “The actual act of typing up a message and sending it to Heart of Texas Cremations Direct Cremation $775.00 (Complete) 877-271-0507 www.heartoftexascremations.com Call or see website for details somebody else is very dangerous. I have no disagreement with that.” About 30 states and many municipalities, including San Antonio and El Paso, already have laws that limit texting while driving. Rep. Tom Craddick, a former Republican House speaker from Midland, sponsored the bill and tried to fight off the amendment making it less stringent. But he said after the vote that it would still curb the activity that is most hazardous. “I think the main problem is the people with their hands off the wheel,” Craddick said. 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Going on awards during her years of to SWTSU in 1945 she graduated and went on to a suc-cessful'career teaching English and History. After teaching until 1956 she served as a community volunteer in numerous organizations. In New Braunfels she was active in the New Braunfels Garden Club; she worked at MHMR, was a breast cancer survivor and was instrumental in the “Reach to Recovery” program with the American Cancer Society. She was an active volunteer for the Sophienburg Museum and Archives, and was on the advisory board of the Dittlinger Memorial Library. In 1987 she received the President’s award from the NB Chamber of Commerce for Community Service and in 2005 The Chamber of Commerce inducted her into the “Hall of Honor.” She joined the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church in 1965 and served as a Deacon and Elder for the congregation, and also served as President of the Presbyterian Women. She was the recipient of numerous other service. Ann married loe Rogers while attending SWTSU Dec 22, 1948 and together they raised two sons Craig Joe (Linda) and Bruce Jay(Lynn) Rogers. She is survived by her husband, her two sons adopted through the Lutheran Social Services, four Grandchildren (Bryan, Bethany Kyle, and Michael) and a Sister-in-Law Jeannine Teltschik.. A memorial service to celebrate her life is scheduled at 3 p.m. Saturday April 9 at New Braunfels Presbyterian Church. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church at 373 Howard St., New Braunfels, TX 78130, Ihe American Cancer Society at 3433 Ridgepoint Dr., Suite #B, Austin, TX 78754, or Lutheran Social Services at 8305 © Doeppenschmidt PUNKRAL HOtVO NEW BRAUNFELS 830-625-3434 David Dean Bramschreiber Arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels, Texas for David Dean Bramschreiber, age 76 of Canyon Lake, who passed away on April 6,2011. POLICE: FEMALE BURGLAR TARGETS WRONG HOUSE TYLER (AP) — An armed East Texas woman disguised as a man broke into the wrong house trying to collect a debt and bound and gagged a mother and her three daughters while they were getting ready for school before the family escaped through a window and ran for help Thursday, police said. Tyler police surrounded the house thinking there was a male suspect with a knife inside, only to enter the home and find a woman with plastic over her hair, wearing a ball cap, glasses and a fake moustache, said Officer Don Martin. Officers were “surprised that it turns out to be a female disguised as a male,” Martin said. 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San Antonio St. Deputies charge two with burglary after finding stolen property By Will Wright The Herald-Zeitung Sheriff s deputies quickly arrested two men in connection with a burglary of a residence in the western part of Comal County early Wednesday Charged with burglary of a habitation were Preston Wayne Christa, 28, of Spring Branch, and Gus Fabian Alonso, 41, of Canyon lake. Both men remained in Comal County Jail on Thursday, each under $50,000 bond. Lt. 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