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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 9, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 OBITUARIES  HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM I Saturday, July 9, 2011 | 3A HOWTO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY  ■    By Email — obitsOtierald i'eitung com  ■    By Til«plione — Call G25>9144. ext 214 (Saturday ext 221) Obituaries are paid adv^isements  I'()I)A>’SSKKVI(^ES  ■    AGUIRRE, Juan. Funeral Mass 10 a.m. Holy Family Catholic Church.  ■    BRANSON, Sally G. Funeral 10 a m. Palmer Mortuary, Seguin.  ■    HENSHAW, George Allen II. Private graveside service 1 p m Rutledge Cemetery, Poteet.  ■    TROCH, Michael Scott Memorial service TO 30 a.m. Nelson Funeral Chapel, Leakey.  ONLINE EXCLUSIVE  To comment on obituaries or to read comments made by others, visit herald-zeitung.com  Raymond L. Garcia  K.iymond t. (j<m id, liorn Mar( h 13,  1 I in ( iii*rnn*ir(), Mt'xii o, went to Ix' with (Hir I (»rfl on Inly 4, 2011 at the ol ‘)2.  11(* VV.1S ,1 World War II Army Veteran ifr.it proudly s(>rved in the South Pacif-i( Theatre. Raymond worktHl as an Air-{r<rft tlcH tri( ian on l^.'>2 aircratt at Kelly Air foR e Base and lat(‘r retired from ( ivil Serv K e.  I i(‘ was |)fe( eded in d<‘ath f)v his wtie of 62 years, Augustina I. ('iar( i,i.  Me IS siinivnl l)v his ( hil-dren: (jU<td,ilu|K‘ (i. C'khikv and husband f)avid, Kav-ni( )nd I (*( )s (i,)T( 1.1 .vnd wite ko>a K , I’ete (i.ir( ia, M l ), wite Alix ia, ()ralia ( i.  Kunuiiage and husband S|)en(er janies, Rost'mary Hanna and husl)and I ranklin [)., Danic'l Gar( la .vnd wile Leah, Magdalena I rein and husband Riihard ( irandchildri'n; i^avid (lome/, |r. and wife Kentiedv, Mary Helen (i. Solis and husband Fmilio, Marv Hi/abeth Wehnian and liusb.ind Vii tor lllobits,, Sonva R Mar(|ue/ and husband Ronald, Raymond R. (.ar( la 111 and wife Kath-ervn, Tina Renee Mitchell and husband leo, f ranklin Ravrnond 1 lanna and wife VVeniK, j.ison Rk hard I lanna .ind wile Amy U‘e, Bryan Daniel (lartia, frit Scot (larc la, |ohn Austin Cjarc la, Ashley f i.innah f rein, (ireat (irandi hildren; Olivia ( . ( lome/, foseph Gonuv, l iTiilio (lonuv Solis III, I )ayid C .onx>z Solis III, Brandon Wehman, Anthony  Rol.ind, AIk la Mar(|ue/, Fl<“-na Marf juez, Andrew (jar-t i.i, Raymond ( larc ia, and hiss[Xx iai friend Í elia Kstr.i-d.i. Silrfings; M.iri.i Pen.i, Agustín (larx ia, and nunu'r-ous ni(H <*s and n(‘[)liews.  The family would like to a( knowledge and giv(‘ .i sjMH iai thank you to tlie staff at fden I lill (ommur)ilies and to everyone at ( ima Hospice for the* wondertui care and love they showc*d to our Dad. Also .i vc*ry s(X‘-( lal thanks to Ra(|uc*l Rangel.  Visitation will I n* at f uncT-^ aria Del Angel Roy Akers on Sund.jy, |uK 10, 201 1 trom 12;00pm to ‘>:()0|)n> and also on Monday, lulv 11, 2011 trom 8.00am to ‘):(K)pm with a Ros.irv Ix-ing rec ited at 7:00pni Monday c'vening  We will depart the* funeral hoiiie at 9:30am on Tucs-dav, lulv 12, 201 I to St. (labriers ( atholic ( hur( h tor a 10:00am Mass ot ( hristian Burial.  In1ermc*nt to tollow at 11. Sam 1 louston National ( emetcTy, PicMSe visit w ww, tunera riadelangc'l-royakers.com tor online tril)utes.  William A. ‘Billy’ Pfeuffer  William A. "Billy" Pfeutter, 80,  ()assed away on |uly (>, 201 I in San Angelo, TX.  Billy graduated trom New Brauntels High School in 1948 and was an earthmoving contractor for 40 plus \c'ars in ('oinai C.ounty and a litc^-long ranchcT. He served on the Board ot Dirc'c tors tor Producers ( oop tor a number of with the family |)resent  vc'ars. He was a lifetime membcT of tfie NRA and (MvjoycHl being at the deer (amp.  He was precedc'd in death by his wife, Alic c> in 199 S.  I le IS suaivixl by a ciiugh-tc'r, Sharon Watson and husband Wesley ot Brad\' iind a son, R.i\ and wife' Sandr<i ot ( Irnstov.il; grandchildren, I iayik'n .tnd Shelby Watson and lodv, jessc', lillian and l.ike Ptc'Liffer.  Visitation will be* trom ?-8 p.m. Sunday at the /oellc'r Funeral Home,  trom ()-8 [).m. to greet tric'nds. Func'ral servic c's will Ih* Monday, julv 11, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. in the* Zoeller Func'ral Home c hapel. lntermc*nt will follow in th(‘ Guadalupe* Val-l(*y Mc‘morial Park.  TTie tamily has rc*f|U(*sted that memorial contributions be given to the Woundc'd VVarrior Projc'c t.  ZOliLUiR RINI RAI.IK)MIi  I iint-raLs & C ii'in.itiun.s  IJifitiity  6IS l anda, Nt'u Hrauttlol,''  (H.W) 625-2.34«  Theodore Sandberg  I uneral <irrangc‘ments are pcniding at the Zoeller Func'ral tTomc* for Thc'oclore Sandberg, who passc*d away on 1 riday in New Braunfc*ls at the agt* of 81 years.  brc'ast ciincfr wct'ks l<\tc*r and won acclaim for her open-nc‘ss and cc)uragc*.  Hair Designers  Former first lady Betty Ford dies at 93  DETR(XT(AP)  A tamily friend says former first lady Betty Ford has dic'd at age 9 5.  Marty Allen says Ford, whose battles with c ancer and substance c»l)ust‘ ins[)ircxi millions to sc'ek trcMtment, dic'd Iriday, Allc'n did not say how B('tt>' Ft)rd dicKl. Flc* says lic‘ ex[x*c ts tlic' (icTald R. Ford Prcsidc*ntial i ibrary to relc'ast' additional information.  Her husband, Gerald, dic^l in Dc'c embc‘r 2006.  The couple married in 1948, the same year he was eltH. tc*d to Congress, She was thrust into the spotlight in 1974, when ht* IxKiamc' president after the rc>signation of President Ric hard Nixon.  She was diagnosed with  I. :    i  Sonia /    Aniy Colon  • l\-rms»Kbony MtUr • Ret.ixiTS• Hraids • C olt)i  THURSDAY - FRIDAY 9 IX) 6 SATURDAY 9 TO 5  (830)379-8870 p” 10% ort  I any serve product ; with coupon  550 N 123 Bypass Suite 142 Sequin  ----  LAURA McKENZIf [ Herald /eitimq  Caleb Herrera, 9, tries out the rod he got for his tiirttKfay while fishing for me rirst time Friday at Canyon Lake  WATER  Continued from page 1A  Where does it come from?  The source ot ( anyon F,ike's nvc’rc ury remains .i mystc'ry, Magin said.  It could )c* natur.illy oc { urring, but the* ge*nc*ral consensus is tfiat it is ( ausc'd bv "atmospherii dc'position," she said, ih.it mc'ans it's de*posited in tl)(* Like* VI.) the* .iir Sources ( CHIId r.inge from the st,ite*'s coal-tirc'd c‘lc*( fric tt\ gener.iting |)lants or oth(*r indusfri.il sour( (*s to the ash that h.is resulted from tir(‘s or vole anic eruptions in oth(‘r (ountru's.  ( emc'nt plants c an be a sourc c* of nu*r( ury, she said, ini! sf.vte environmen tal ottu i.ils did not point finger .it c c'nK'nt plants tn the* ( om.il (ounty arc'.i A se*arch along the l,ik(*'s banks found no sourc c'S of mere ur\, Magin said "It's bio-ac cAimulating. Smailc*r tish arc* taking if up and It's he*ing corncii“ tratc'd in larger lish higher u[) on the* food ch.iin," \Uigin said.  According to T( I (^'s  Andre*a Morrow, fiie*rc ur\  Is a global pollutant that is .1 n.iturally (k c urring ele ment in the evirth's c rust But air de'position of nie*r c ur\ from .i c ombination ot inte*rnation.il and ntition al sourc es ac counts for most of flu* mc*rcur\ (h'posifed in fresh watc'i l.ikes in the U.S.  "( )nc e* meTc urv from air re.u hc's u.ifer, mi( nM)rgan isrns ( an ( hange it into iiK'fhvl meri ury th.it can build up in tish. I ish .ind sh(‘llfish .ue* fli(‘ m.iin sout( es of rne'thvl riM*rc ut\ c'xposure to hum.ins. Mod C'ling done hv the United State's 1 nv irontiu'iit.il Pro t(*( tion Ag(*ne \ estimat(*s tlv.it, on .ivcragc', 8i pc'r cent of the me*r(ur\ (Ic'posited in the* ULS. orig mates from international source's e\( liiding ( anaci,i: the fi'm.iining I 7 per ( (*nf c omes from I iS and ( an.ulian sourc es. The lev els of methyl mer( ur\ in fish <ind she*llf)sh dc'[)end on wh.it they c*af, how long thc'\ live and how high thev .ire in the food ( ham," Morrow said.  State has to do testing  ( iBRAs Magin said the  fish sampling that resulted in the mercury advisory was part of a Sf)ec ial proj-ect f)y DSHS, the Texas Parks and Wilcllife Department and the Texas (Om-mission on Fnvironmental (^jality.  Testing showed striped bass anci gar with le*ve s c)f me*rc ury in their tissue* over the* trigger le*ve>l of 0.7 milligrams pe*r kilogram. The* stripc'd bass showc'd 1.149 mg kg. longnosed gar showc’d 0.77s mg/kg.  Other species tested, me luding largemouth bass, l)lue* ( atfish, flathead cat fish and white bass, did not show mc'rcury above the trigger le*vel.  Magin said (iBRA inciuirc'd at the time the advisory was issue*d as to vvhc'ii more te*sting would be* done. The river author ity was told the tc'stmg is e*xpc'Tisive and labor liTten-sive, that other watcH bod les also ne*ed testing, and that It could be five* to sev-en years before the* next round of testing.  CiBRA ottered to con du( t additional tests, but was told state authorities have to do the tests tor the* advisory to l)e remove*d.  Be*c ause* of the me*rc ur\.  ('anyon Fake* is Fisted on the state's inve*ntory ot trc)ubl(*d w.itc'r l)odic*s, known as the- iOid list, which IS issuc'd e*very two years.  A dozen other st.ite wate*r liodies were on the list tor fish advisorie*s at the* time* th(* advisory was [)ost-ecl tor ( anyon 1 ake, acc orcling to (iBRA  ( anyon I ake* was first liste*d on the* U) Ul list m 2008 <ind is on the c urr(*nt list.  "It will sfa\ on th(* list until the* advisory is f.ike*n off," M.igin s.iid.  DSHS' Mann said fh(*re <ire no form.il plans at this time* to re*te*st ( anyon 1 <ike*.  T( IC^'s Morrow s.iid since* me*rc ur\ is n.itural-ly-oc c urring, some mere u ry will alwavs be in uate*r and fish.  "Flowe*ve*r, the*re are* state*, fe*de*ral, and intc*rna tion.il ettorfs to recku c* the* use ot mere ur\ Some* ot these* include* change*s in the use and dis[)osal of thermometers and svvitch^ es that contain mer( ur\ and re*gulations foe used on industrial sources, hk lud ing c ()al-fire*d elec trie gen-erating units, F)oilers, and mining/' Morrow said.  NB Police announce nine promotions  f rom stall (eports  New Braunfe*ls I’olice* Dc'partmc'nt rc'c e*ntly pro-mote*cl s(*veral officers during a cere*mon\ prc'si(lc*d over 1)\ flic* m.iyor.  Mayor Gail Pospisil offi-(iate*d the* [iromotions of five nc*vv se*rgc*.ints and tour ne*w lie*ufen.ints. Fhe promotions were .innouiu c*d on lunc* 27 and the* cc*rc*-mony was |uK I, ( .ipf. Michael Pe'nstiorn said.  Promoted to sergeant were Zac h Armstrong, fe)r-mer dete*c tive; 1 )avicl ( an-tu, formc'r cle'tc*c five*; Matt I ngel, former traffic corporal; |amc*s Rac kley, formc*r de*tec tivc*; and David Blevins, former ¡íafrol c or-poraF  The new lic'uten.infs are: Stc've* Hanna, formc'r patrol sergeant; FFe*.ith Purvis, former traffic se*r gc*ant; ( raig( hristo[)lu*r-son, formc'r dete'c tivc* sc*r-  Heart of Texas Cremations  Direct Oeiiiation  $775.00  (C!umplete)  H77-271-0S07 Oall or SIT wclisitc ttir details  Photo sutxriitted  Mayor Gale Pospisil promotes several police officers on July 1.  gc'ant; and Fred Pteil, for-mc*r patrol se*rge*ant.  Penshorn said the ap[)ointme*nts we*re* nc'ces-sar\' aft(*r he* and two other  lieutenants were promoted e*arlier this year to captain.  Also, Penshorn said, these promotions were in  the works for some time*, anci the department's rece*nt move to a c ivil se*rv-ice system - whic h dcjes n't take eftc'c t until ()c tolx*r — had no effect on the* new titles.  A.  SATURDAY  We offer over 200 Styles of  Yellow Box!  pancing Poi,^  Ik  I    Boutique  l)ownU»wii New lkauiitel!i Mon-5^1 lO h' Suii 12’Si  Host an Exchange Student Today !  ( for X > (»i‘ 1Í) month.s)  Maki‘ a liicloiig irinid from abroad.  l iira li vtuii IjiniK wuh .iiuitlu i niluirr Now VDii lJi)  ll.lM ,l lugli StIllHll viuilcnt (¡;iil Ol 1h>v) Irom  t i.tiitc, I u rni.inv. StJHilinavij, S|i.iiii. 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