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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 24, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas Mahers of Public Record births Tht following births recertify occurred at Christus Santa Rosa Women's Services in New Braunfeis: ♦ Jaxon Dylan Garcia was bom March 26 at 11:51 p.m. He weighed seven pounds and eight ounces. His parents are Kim D. Becker and Aaron C. Garcia. His grandparents are Tyra Becker and Roger Becker, Estella end Ray Garcia. ♦ Aracelia Luz Garcia was born April 13 at 1:07 p.m. She weighed seven pounds and 13 ounces. Her parents are Martha and Rudolfo Garcia. Her grandparents are Arturo Cervantes and Maria De La Luz Cervantes; Celia Garcia and Rudolpho Garcia. ♦ Jordan Vincent Lindenmuth was bom April 13 at 2:50 a.m. He weighed eight pounds and four ounces. His parents are Melissa Tudor and Vincent Lindenmuth. His grandparents are Karen and William Tudor. ♦ Elijah Rey Herrera was born April 13 at 8:20 a.m. He weighed eight pounds and 11 ounces. His parents are Angela Gomez and Jacob Herrera. His grandparents are Norma Sauceda and Frank Sauceda and Alice Herrera. ♦ Hank Allen Sligar was bom April 13 at 10:50 a.m. He weighed seven pounds and 12 ounces. His parents are Jason and Holly Sligar. His grandparents are Larry Moore, Jacquelyn B. White and Wesley Sligar. ♦ Easton Land was born April 14. He weighed seven pounds and four ounces. His parents are Travis and Lindsay Land. His grandparents are Larry and Martha Parker, Gordon Land and Mary Jo Land. ♦ Brandon James Sargent was born April 14 at 8:13 a.m. He weighed four pounds and nine ounces. His parents are James and Julie Sargent His grandparents are Ramiro and JoAnn Reyes; Valentine and Rose Ann Aguirre. ♦ Tommy Henry Dunnam was born April 14. He weighed seven pounds and 13 ounces. His parents are Thomas Henry Dunnam and Sytvanna Lynn Bloss. ♦ Kingston Edward Rudd was born April 15 at 7:59 a.m. He weighed six pounds and 14 ounces. His parents are William and Ella May Rudd. His grandparents are Edward and Cynthia Keene; Martin and Yvonne Rudd. ♦ Emma Addison Leos was born April 15. She weighed seven pounds and 12 ounces. Her parents are Alfred and Angelia Leos. Her grand parents are Larry and Della Sota; Alfred and Margie Leos; Mando and Ana Nieto. ♦ Brylie Reese Morgan was bom April 15 at 12:39 p.m. She weighed seven pounds and one ounce. Her parents are Brian and Miranda Morgan. Her grandparents are Dave and Tammy Stewart Betty and Horst Kuehne. ♦ Anthony Jimenez Broussard was born April 17 at 2:09 p.m. He weighed five pounds and seven ounces. His parents are Laura and Gustavo. His grandparents are Carroll and Suzanne Broussard and Senorina Rojas Arias. ♦ Josiah M. Martinez was born April 18 at 6:32 p.m. He weighed six pounds and one ounce. His mother is Mindy Martinez. His grandparents are Tanya Meza and Roland Cisneros. ♦ Luke Ryan Merz was born April 18. He weighed seven pounds and eight ounces. His parents are Ryan and Maggie Merz. His grandparents are Henry and Janet Hahn; Ray and Carolyn Merz. ♦ Lylah Renee Gonzales was born April 19 at 2:57 a.m. She weighed three pounds and three ounces. Her parents are Lucila Vargas and Jesse Gonzales. Her grandparents are Lucila and Gilberto Vargas; Jesse Gonzales and Lisa Gonzales. Bom at Central Texas Medical Center, San Marcos: ♦ Levi Lane Schorn was born April 18 at 11:27 a.m. He weighed eight pounds and eight ounces and was 20 1/2" long. His parents are Amy and Shawn Schorn. His grandparents are Juli Kohlenberg and David Kohlenberg of Cibolo and Carol and Stanley Schorn. Great-grandparents are Ms. Wayne Ball of San Antonio; Verna Mae and Nelson Kohlenberg of New Braunfels. MARRIAGES The following marriages were recently recorded in New Braunfels: ♦ Bradley Grant and Monique Friesenhahn ♦ Devin Kelley and Tessa Loge ♦ Patrick Ongstad and Claire Block ♦ Robert Campbell and Kristy Diggles ♦ Brent Bell and Kathy Morgan ♦ Jose Romero Jr. and Christy Rodriguez ♦ Travis Baxter and Brittany Johnson ♦ David Sumner and April Houk ♦ Jamie Saulsbury and Laura Nourse ♦ Timothy Rogers and Debrah Gotthardt ♦ Barry Vukela and Andrea Chumbley ♦ David Witcraft and Jessica Otbnger ♦ Stephen Porlier and Heather Hockenbrough ♦ Sean Schilleci and Jennifer McCarthy DIVORCES The following divorces were recently recorded in New Braunfels: ♦ Daniel Edgar Willmann and Lindsey Kayla Willmann ♦ Charlotte Louise Zuniga and Edwardo Rene Zuniga ♦ Dovey Josephine Norton and Ryan Luke Norton BUSINESSES The following businesses recently applied certificates of occupation: ♦ City of New Braunfels, 451 S. Castell Status: Need C of 0 approval for existing building. ♦ Security Finance, 201 South 1-35 Suite F Status: Planning approves C of 0 ♦ Demented Cycles, 277 W. San Antonio Status: Planning approves C of 0 ♦ Blue Collar Bike Werks, 218 A Trade Center Status: Planning approves of the C of 0. Garages must follow regulations set forth in Sec. 5.10 of Zoning Ordinance. Sunday, April 24, 2011 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 9A BUSINESS IN BRIEF CW FLOORS HIRES MANAGER FOR NEW BRAUNFELS STORES CW Floors announces the appointment of longtime flooring veteran Nancy Hughes as manager of its New Braunfels location. Hughes has 30 years in sales and management and almost 20 years in flooring. SCHLITTERBAHN SUPPORTS LOCAL CHARITIES Schlitterbahn helps local charities and non-profit organizations through the Kinderbahn giving program and by hosting events. Charities of choice include: • Communities In Schools Rock ‘ri Roll for Kids. Schlitterbahn Waterpark helped the central Texas organization raise more that $60,000. • Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas (April 30). Schlitterbahn kicks off the summer season by hosting Staff reports a first of its kind exclusive event, the Big Brothers Big Sisters Breakfast. Ticket holders receive breakfast, Early Ride Time at BlastenhofT and admission for the day at Schlitterbahn. All proceeds from ticket sales go to Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas, which focuses on success through one-on-one mentoring of children. Visit www.bigmentor.org • Sunshine Kids Schlitterbahn Splash (May 7). Sunshine Kids is an organization for kids with cancer. Each year, Schlitterbahn hosts the Sunshine Kids and their families for a weekend of worry-free fun. COUPON BOOK CAMPAIGN BENEFITS DONATE LIFE AMERICA Express Lube announces its participation in the Save Money and Help Save a Life Campaign. The Automotive Oil Change Association (AOCA) and Donate Life America have teamed up to raise money in order to reach Donate Life’s goal of registering more than 100 million Americans as committed organ, eye and tissue donors. During April, which is National Donate Life Month and National C^ar (’.are Month, customers can participate in the fundraising campaign by donating $3 and in return receive a savings book worth more than $50 in preventive maintenance services at participating AOCA stores. A portion of the proceeds of the sale of these books will benefit Donate Life America. To find an Express Lube near you, www. Express I ,u be. con i. 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