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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 17, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 OBITUARIES  HERALD-ZEiTUNG.COM | Sunday, July 17, 2011 | 3A HOW TO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY  ■    By Email — obits<®hera(d /eitiing cwn  ■    By Tel«phon« —Call 625-9144, ext 214 (Saturday ext 221) Obituaries are paid advertisements  TODAY’S SKHVICKS  ■ BALL, Mack R. Jr. Visitation 1-3 p m Huntsville Funeral Home Funeral 3:30 p.m. St. Stephens Church. Interment to follow at Oakwood Cemetery  1  VIONDAVS.SKKVICKS  ■ RODRIGUEZ, Herlinda Memorial Mass 10 a m Holy Family Catholic Church,  ONLINE EXCLUSIVE  ^ To comment on obituaries or to read comments made by others, visit herald-zeitung.com  Barbara Jenene Timmermann  Barbara lenone iimmermann, age ()f), was born on September 1, 1944 in Freer, IX, and passed away at her home on luly If), 2011, after a 14 year battle with cant er. Her strength .mil gr.u e have been a testimony for all who know anrl love her.  She was pretcded in death by her father Troy Swanson and grandson Mark Allen Zurovet.  She IS survived by her loving husband Ion Timmermann, two children,  Angie Zurovei and husband |oe ot Seguin, and Kevin Raymond and wife Becky of Anna, three stepchildren, Hana Polk and husband C'jary of La Vernia, |ohn Timmermann, and Randy Sutton, mother Leona Swanson, and brothers (trover Lc*e and T.|. Swanson, as well as numerous nu'ces and ne[)fu‘ws. ()l all of her loves in lifc‘, she c'spec ial-ly cherisht'd her roU‘ as “Nana". She will be dearly missc'd bv her twelve gr,ui(l{ hildrf'n, Marvanna,  M.ulison, M.u y, and Mae-gan /urovec, Lauren and Scoff Raymond, lennv and Kathv Timmermann, Travis and Brett Polk, and RavAnn and Heather Sutton, as well as her one great-grandc hild, ( aden Timmermann.  Barbara graduated from AIk I Itgh ix h(K)l in 14i)2, and shortly thereafter mar ried ( ec il Raymond, to whom she was married for 27 \c.irs, A fc‘W yc'ars later, thc'v settled in Seguin, wh(‘rc‘ she has lived ever sincc*. Over the yc'ars, she* sc*ac‘d as an (»xch: utivc* sec-retarv and bookkc*c‘per for various com[)amc‘s, and was at the same time a tull-tim<‘ mother, actively involvc'd in hc*r children's extrji urric ular ac tivities and hobl)ic's.  In 1991, Barbara met Ion Limmermann. Infro-du( ed l)y a mutual friend, thc‘V datc'd and fell in love.  In {)c tobcT of 1992 they  Mack R. Ball Jr.  Mack R. Ball |r, 9T passed away )CMa*fully luly I Sth, 2011. Ma( k was lorn in Huntsville*, Texas Nov 9th, 1917. He made deliveric*s on Saturdays for his father's store Ball Brothers ( 'ir(K (*ry'. M.k k e.irnefl the rank of 1 agle S(out in I9i2. After attending Sam Houston State he transferrcxi to fh(> Dni-versifv ot Texas where he graduaft'd  Herlinda ‘Nana’ Rodriguez  Herlinda Rodriguez "Nana", age 97, passed away on Wcnlnesday, luly 13, 2011 at Hill Country Specialty Hosf)ital in New Braunfels.  H(*rlinda was born on April 12,  1914 in Nixon, TX to Domingo Saldana and Manuela Gonzales Saldana. She* was )rec c*ded in d(»ath by nisband, |uan P.  with aBBAin I9?8. Mac k retired from the  US  married and have sf)ent the last 18+ yc*ars tr.ivel* ling the Unit(*d St.>f(*s,  ( amping with friends, ,ind spending time with their granck hildren. Barbara also (*n)oyed gardi*ning, was a vorac lous r(*ader, and an avid cjuilter, enjoying the pric eless friendships she made ovc*r years ,»s a [)art of the lown ^ Country Quilt ( lub.  Memorial visitation will be h(*ld on Tuesday c‘vening, |uly 19, from S:(K)-7:00 pm at Tres Hc'vvell Mortuary. A mc*morial sc*rv-ice for friends and family will be* held VVc'dnesday morning, |ulv 20, at 10: U) at Tres Hewc*ll Mortuary ( hafK‘1, with R('v. lames ( . Muse offic lating, with a rcHC'[)fion to tollow .it the home* ot T.|. Swanson. Sc*a-ing as honorary pallbe*ar-ers will be membe*rs of the Town (ountry (^uilf ( lub: Melina Schubc'rt, (Ora Holohan, Isthe'r Schmidt, lune Hc*rzog, |une* Heideke, Betty Benton, Gerry Kirkland, Diane* Schube*rt, Marsha H.irrison and Bc*th lahns.  In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made* to the Make*-A-VVish foundation, 2224 Walsh Tarlton Lane*, Suite 200, Austin, TX 7874(), or Any Baby ( an, 217 1 loward St., San Ante)-nio, rX 782 12, or a ( h,iri-ty ot one's c hoic e.  You «ire invitc*d to sign the* guest book at  www.treshewell  ( om. Arrange*ments are undc'r the (lirection ot Tres Henvell Me)rfuary, l()')Tor Dr., Sc*guin, Texas, 781 SS, 8U)-'')49-5912.  ‘Jodie’ Bonnie Lou Price  "lodie" Bonnie Lou Price, ownc*r of Pl(H)ky's ( ajun Boiling Pot at Canyon Lake, passe*d sudck*nly on 07-12-11 at the hospital.  She* IS survive*d by he*r Lluslwnd, lockl Maeklox of ( anyon Lake, he*r Daughfe>r ( hane*l Me Nally of Phc*nix ( ity, Alabama, husl)and Brian Me Nally and granel-childrcni Llavyn Mie a, lustic e* Mica and Ke*nne*dy Lou Me Nally. Hc*r Gladys Martin Price. She  othe*r daughter Kac i Maddox of Canyon Lake, and future grande hild, Attic us or lodie*. Step Daughfe*r Haley Maekk)X of San Antonio and granddaughter Brooklyn Maddox. 1 ler sisters Betty Price* of (anyon Lake*, |c*nnie Brenvn of Abile*ne*, Brothers VV<ilte*r Price of Olne\v |e*arld Price Ula, Ke*nny Price ot Abile*ne, and Donny Ray Priee*of Abilc*ne.  She* was born in Del Rio, Texas on Se* )tembc*r 24th, 19S4, to he*r ater father Oak Lee Price and meither  avy u f^rc  ing from 194I-I94C), eom-m.inding the* mine*svvee'(M*r USS YMS 42(). He was [)roud to h.ive* serye*d in the* Pae ifi( Ih(*ate*r ,ind wit-nessi*d the raising of the* llag at Iwo lima, after partie ipat-ing in the* inv.ision. I le Wtis ( ommander ot the l.isk Hee*f th.it swe*pl lokyo Bay, allowing the ottK lal surr(>n-der e e*re*mony to I,ike* pl.u e* al)oard the IISS Miss( uiri  Afte*r moving to Housion, Mack starfeel 40 year (.ireer in tlie insurane e* (nisi-ne*ss, re'tiring as an exec u-tive* for Principal Life He* spent his re'tirement in (,inyon I ,ike*, 1X whe-n* he worked in re*al e*state 1 le .ind his wife* Kathryn were* tounding me*mbe‘rs ot St.  I r,me IS bv the* I ake Lpisc o ()al ( hure h, re'tlee ting his lile*long se*r\ k e to the* {hurch.  I lis l.ivorile* me*m( >i U‘s revolved .iround I lunfsviile, B.ill family gencalogv, lex.is historv, I IT I onghorris, sciv-K e* in the US Navy, .ind (us t.imily I le was known lor bc’ing <1 wonderlul leltc'r WTite*r and faithtully kept in touch vNflh so m,in\ In'lore* he* "outliye*d his me'mor\". 1 lis love tor the* 1 ord was  Paulette Renee Cissell  Pauk'ftc Rí'IK V ( isse*ll, IJ, ot Ne*\\ Hr.uintels, p.isscd away on Mondav, |ul\ i I, 201 1 af her re'sidene c Shc vas born to Paul .Albert SchiuTl ,ind Robbie Nell dirown) S(«hne*rt on lanuarv 28, I T)9 m l Ui-(,1, Mi( higan She* is survi\(‘d l>\ Iht d.iughler, |e*ssu a ( iss(>ll; mothe*!, Robbu* I l.irvev; twin sist(>r, |an(‘tt(‘r Wcfnis; sistc'rs, Hrend.i Smith and husband Ihomas and ( aini I nglish: ne*phe*w and me*e e*s, luslin I yon iind wite I lle’n, Macgen Salinas  e'vident in his life and we* are* assured of his Ix'ing in the* prese*ne e of the* Lord.  I k* was prexeek>d in ck*ath by his wife Kathryn Murray Ball, his d,ujghte*r Georgi.i, and his p.irents McKinley Rountre'c* Ball Sr. ^ Laura ( am )lx*ll Ball. I le* is sur vive*c by his daughte*r Susan Ball le)hnson and husband (i.irv of Me Kinne*y, TX; four gr.uiddaughters Vie ki Keister and husband Alan ot Amarillo, She*rr\ Kraft and husband Matt ot (irand Prairie*, Kimbc'rly Amme*r man ot San Antonio, ,ind lennifer M,isse*y and hus-b.ind Mike* of Katv; and (> great gran(khildre*n Abbv, ( lairc*, l inm.i, S.ira, f’re*ston and Luke*  I amilv Visitation will be from l-?pm Sunday luly I 7lh , 1 luntsville* I une*ral I lome A (e*le*bratie)n of Mae k'slite‘willlx’he*ld at St. Slephe*ns ( hure h on Sunday at U)pm. Interme-nt will follow at ()akw()oel ( erne'ten.  In lie*u ol tlow'(*rs, don.i-ii( ins e .in Ik* m.uk* to the* St. Stephc'ns \ pise op.il ( huK h ol Huntsville or the Al/he*im(>r's Asso< lation .it a< l,al/.org^goto/m.u k.b.ill.  lor more* intorni.ition visit w'w'w.luintsvill(‘tun(*r.il-hom(*.( om  he*r loving Rodrigue/ and daughfe*r, Maria (ìon/ales.  Survive>rs incluele fhrc'e* daughte*rs, Margare*t ( alwl lo, ( onsue*lo Pere*/, and Llisa ( hapa all of Ne*w Braunfels; foursems, Pexlro, Fr.uicisco, and lohnny .ill of New Braunfels and Rudy of Oklahoma; 21 grande hildre*n; 48 gre*.)t gr.indchildren; H gre*.it gre*at grande hilelr<*n, and five* great-grc'.it-gre-.it gr.indcnildren.  A Memorial Mass is  se hedulc’d for 10 ()0 AM on Mond.iy, luly 18, 2011 at I loly I .miily ( atholie ( hurt h. To le-ave a me*s-s.ige* tor the* family, go to  www.luxfhe  .ire*s.e om and se*le*( t ( )bitu.irie*s. Arrange-me*nts are* unek*r the* direx -tion ot:  LUX  H i' in<“.s N  New Bf.iu'.'.-is IX ;ai',o  RÍO (,,’4 O',00  "    ■.    iii * fi w    ( <  Astronauts fix, hau gear aboarci Atlantis  and loeK Higlish  She* was pt(*( (*de*(l in d(*ath 1)\ her l.ilher .ind sisi(*r, ( inthia l\nn Sc'hnert.  A M(>morial S(*rvie e* will be* he*l(! 12:00 PM Thurs-d.iy, luK 21, 20 i 1 at Sun-sc't I uneuil 1 lome' ( h.ipe*l; I ■’01 Austin I lighway, S.in Antonio, lex,is with inte*r-ii)ent to lollow in Suiise*t Xte'mori.il Park, Funeral .ur.inge>mcnts arc unek'r the* dire*e tion of /o('ll(‘r Lune*r-.ii I lomt*.  /.( )i:litk iTiNiiuLiu ).\il:  I iiiui.ils & C ri'm.itioas  I^igiutv  61^ I .iiui.i, Ni'v\ Hr.mntds (H.WI b2';-2ì49  CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP)  Astron.uits ke*pt bus\ lix ing and hauling ge.ir .iboard the* linke'd AtI.intis .ind Intc'rn.ition.il Space* St.i tion on S.iturd.iy, as the* l.isl shuttle* flight drew c k)se*r to .111 e*nd.  Atl.uitis' [)ilots got .1 |.imme*d storage* loe k(*r o(K*n .111(1 re'trievcd air pun iic'rs tor the sp.u e* station  In more* gexKl ne*vvs, the\ brought b.u k online* a ( oni pufe*r that .ibruptK stopiwd working two d.i\s e'arlicr the* se*e ond (()m¡)ute*r t.iilurc in tive* d.iys alx).)rd Atl.intis. NASA wants to run more* di.ignostic te'sting, but so lar the* e omputt'r sc*ems to he* working tine, ottu i.ils s.iid,  I ngiiKH-rs h.ivf* yc*t to !ig-ure* out uhy the* computer shut down Tluirsd.iy; ( os-mic radi.ition is suspe*< t(*d. I he first ( omputc'r t.iilure* was tr.K e‘d te> .i had switt h thre)w tind ejuie kly tixe*d  Atlantis has tive* ot th(*se* m.iin ( omputers, e*ae h one* (ritieal tor the trip bae k lo I arth.  ()vc'r on th(* sp.u e* st.i-  tion, .istron.uits tixe*d .i tr(‘.idmill ,ind e .trricd m<)re supplie's b.K k .ind lorth.  Atlantis ik'livc're'd sc*ve*r.tl tons ot tood, e lollies .ind othe-r house'holel ite'rns — e'liough to k('c*[) the* Sf).u *' st.ition opi'r.iting tor a tuli \(Mf. riie* gi.int ( .irgo c.inis ter is being lilk'd b.u k up v\ ith st.li ion tr.ish that Atl.uitis will rc'turn to I .irth on Hnirsd.is — the* ve*r\ l.ist I.Hiding 1)\ .1 spae e* shuttle*  \U'.)iu\hile, e e'l(*bril\ w.ik(*-up ( alls e ()ntinue*(l Tlu* l.itest I .irth lo-sp.K e* gr(‘e>ter: singe*r Be'vonec'.  Mission ( ontrol l)e*ame‘d up .1 h.ili ininule' of h(*r song Run the World K iirls)" .IS \\e*ll iis .1 pre're-( orek'd nie-ssage* in vvhu h Be'vonc t* saluted astronaut S.indra X^.ignus, the lone wom.in .imong the* 10 sp.ie e* tr.ive'lers.  " rhis song IS e'spc*e lalK lor mv girl, Saiid\," Be*\ om (‘ said “.ind all the* womc'n who h.ive* lake*n us to spaee* with the*rii, and the girls w ho are* our tuture* e'\i)lorf*rs "  was an active membc*r and sup|)ortí*r ot ( anyon Lake and her big hc*art and swt*ef smile* will l)c* missc'd by all who knew her. In lieu of flowers |)lease visit her restaurani and bring your favorite "loelie Story'".  Ronald E. ‘Ron’ Metten  Re)n.ild L. "Ron" Metle*n made his transition to he*ave*n on |ulv 12th 201 I.  He w.is born |anu.ir\ 9, I'>57 in Louisville*, K(*ntuck\ Ron li\e*d in louisville* most ot his lite* .ind had only bc-e-n in 1 X tor ! ve*.irs atte*r moving lu're- Irom I le)llyw()od Be.u h, 1 lorid.i,  Ron is sur\ ived by lhie*e sisters, She*rr\ I’ope* .inel husb.ind Ke’ii ol Ne*w Braunte'ls, Donna Thomas and luisb.ind Mieh.u'l ot Alex.inelri.i, KV, I inda Ture betta and husband VVaync' of |elte*rsontown,  KY anel one* brolhc*!, I )anny  Mc*tfen .inel witc* Le)ri ot Mt. Washington, Kv. He is.ilso survivc*d by six nephe*ws, Mike*, ( hris, Russell, Adri-.in, Be*n .ind one nie*e e* We*ndi.  In lic'u of flowers, il you wish to honor Ron's memory, donations may be mack* lo I lope* 1 lospie e in Nc'W' Br.iunfels, LX or to the Amerii .in ( ane e*r Soe ic'ty.  HILL COUNTRY SKNIOR I INANCIAL SKRVICES  Helping seniors and their iamilles manage their personal finances.  Wc provitlc a l'>ii)ail range ot ciistomi/eel scr\ ices il to meet the iiulivnliial neeils olHui dieiils We deliver excelleiil oiiiam/alional and prohleni -fc  \ v/^lvinii vL tiK    it\ VMiir niv    K  solving skills essential lo ycHir dail\ nionev management.  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