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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 18, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas ITU ARIES HERALD-ZEiTUNG.COM | Sunday, September 18, 2011 | 3A HOW TO SUBMiT ÂN OBiTUARY ■ ByEinail—obits®herald-zeitung cwn ■ By T#l«phon« —Call 625-9144, ext 214 (Saturdav ext 221) ' Obituaries are paid adveftisements Brigida Rangel Zuniga Brigida Rangel Zuniga, passed iiway ^‘pt.14, 2011. She was ix)m on Oct.ll , 1931 in Pleasanton, Tx. (jon(* is a mother loved by all her soul is now at rest. She'll sleep in peace, her work is done, a Mother's work-the best. She'll know the joy of rest in Heaven up above, where she may dwell contentedly protected by God's love. Our hearts Zuniga, Steve A., Murissa may grieve that she must lie bene.Uh the sacred sod, anrl yet we know sh(‘ live*s in f)eac e within the house of God, She is survived by her sons; Santiago Zuniga and wife Rosemary, Samuel Zuniga and wife Rosemary, Salome and wife ( armc'n Medina Zuniga and a daughter Sandra Z. Morales and husband Mar-g a r i t o. Gran d c h i I d r e n; Regina and ('hris A|)f)le-white, lason Renee and Gwen Deleon Zuniga, |ef-fery james Zuniga, Mellis-sa and |oey Rodriguez, Saulina ancl Rudy Ti(>rina 111, Saul Zuniga jr, Espir-iron Zuniga, Christopher Samuel and Cindy Zuniga, Basil limmy and Crystal M. Zuniga, Madicella Morales and Margarito Morales, Salome M. and Maria P. Zuniga,Steven and josi'fa (j. Zuniga, Sabrina .Hid Paul Rol)les, Greal-Grandch ildren; ( raig Anthony and Mk hael, ('hnstopht'r Zuniga, ( ,il(‘b RtH)n and Krisgi-na Savon Applewhite, Aubrt‘y Nitole and Tahtiyanna Rose Zuniga, Tiffany Medina, Brianity llern.indez, lolisa Rodriguez, lohnathan, Iordan and loshua Tijerina, Savanna Zuniga, Espiriron Zunig.i |r., Selena, Vanessa, and ( hristof)her Angel Zuniga, Ivan Isiah, Fviana Adora and jorrlan Samuel Zuniga, Whitney Palo-mart's, Alexis Rimee, Ang(‘li(.a Marie, Xavier Salome and Cjabric-lle 1. \10M) A\ 'S SKK VICKS m RODRIGUEZ, Eugenio Sr. Visitation 5-9 p.m. Monday. Zoeller Funeral Home, New Braunfels. m ZUNIGA, Brigida Rangel. Visitation 4-9 p.m. Monday. Palmer Mortuary, Seguin. LUX I-- U N K- R A t >•! O M (■ : & C H 1 MAM O N S t: R V I C E S Direct Cremation ^995 1254 Business 35 N. New Braunfels. TX 78130 830.624.0500 www.luxfhcares com (;hristhana, Allazay Nevaeh, Marcus Anthony, and jacob Michael Zuniga and Jordan Leal, Abriana lanel Roblc*s. Step- Grandchildren; Devine, Shaun, Emery and Rosain Flores, Brianna Alexis Salazar, joseph I'Zaeya C^ano. She is preceeded in death l)y her Husband Santiago Zuniga Sr., Parents Canuto and Ciuadalufie Perez Rangel, a son Saul Zuniga Sr., great- granddaughters Carmel la N icole Zuniga and Annalyssa Gaberail Zuniga, Brothers juan Rangel and Enrique Herrera and sister Amelia Her- Raye Elizabeth Carlisle Bucher Surrounded by her family at Chris-tus Santa Rosa Hospita of New Braunfels, TX, Raye Elizabeth Carlisle Bucher went to be with our Lord Sunday, September 4,2011. She was 7S years young. Raye had spent the last ten months giving lung cancer a heroic battle. Though cancer took her body, the family has [Teace and tran- and Paulette Waldrop, rera l^lllx'arers indude |as(jn Renee Zuniga, )effery lames Zuniga, kiul Zuniga jr., Christopher Samuel Zuniga, Salome M. Zuniga, Margarito Morales }r. Honorary PallbcMrers are Espirion Zuniga, Basil limmy Zuniga, Steven Zuniga, Craig Anthony Zuniga. Visitation will be held on Monday, Sept. 19, 201 1 from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm with a rosary recited at 7:00 pm at Palmer Mortuary Cha[)el. A Mass will bt‘ held on Fuesday, Sept.20, 2011 at 10:00 am at Our Ladv of Cîuadalu()e ('hur( h. Interment to follow at Santo Tomas C;emelt'ry. Arrangements are under the iiirec-tion of Palmer Mortuary in Seguin Texas. We invite you to sign the guC‘stl)(K)k at www.palmer-mortuarv.coni. cjuility in knowing God has her soul. Her spirit will live with us forever. Raye, known as Honey to family and friends, was born March 30, 1936, in San Angelo, TX. She moved to Belton, TX as a child and lived there until 1996. Raye attended sc h(X)l, marric*d, and raised her family in Belton. Fler professional life induded working at People's National Bank for many years. She also worked for Central Texas (Council of Cjovernment. She and husband, Larry, owned Leon Fleights Grocerv' and C'las Station. Several years after the death of her first husband, Raye later remarried. She and husband, Lee moved to Branson, MO, where they worked with Raye's sister and husband at The ('opper |i*welry Store. Later they opened their own candy store. When the time came to retire and just enjoy life, R.iy and Uh* venture(i back to TX and made New Braunfels th(‘ir home. Ray and Lee had rc*sided there the last seven years. Survivors include her three children: Randy ( adisle, Belinda Enoc hs, Agapito A. Cruz Sr. Agapito A. ( ruz Sr. age 60, ol Marion, TX, passed away al homc^ with his loving family mc'mbers l)y his sicic' on Se|)(embc'r 12, 2011 I le IS now seated <ilong-sidc' our heavenly father. He will be* missed but not forgot Ic'n. Agapito was born to Ignacio and Maria (^on-c epe ion C ruz on lune 24, I9S1 in San Antonio, TX. I le was marric'd to juanita Alvar(‘/ Cruz on September 11,1970 at Holy Family Church in New Braun-teis,lX. He was survived l)y his loving wife of 41 years, luanita A, ( ruz, his son Agapito |r. and his wife Maria (>uz, his daughter Angie Marie ('ruz, and six granckhildren, Brandon, (Christian, Nickolie, Agapito MatcH), Andreana, and Matthc'w. He is also survived by his father, Igna-c io ( ruz Sr., brother Ignaic lo Cruz ]r. and wife Alicia, his mother-in-law, Eva Alvarez, brothers-in-law Ruben Alavarez and wife Laura, Thomas Alvarc'z, his sisters-in-law Cjloria Luciano and hus- CORRAI MISS ME BRIGHTON YELLOW BOX V)aoông Pony Fashion Boutique Downtown New Braunfclit Mon Sat 10-6* Sun 12-5 their spouses, children, and grandchildren, her beloved husband, Lee of 20 years, and his children Linda Bucht'r, leffery Bucher, Connie Frid, Tamara Anderson, their spouses, children, and grandchildren. Rayé also leaves behind her younger sister, F^t Thomas. F^t and Rayt‘'s husband Lee, were the* ultimate caregivers taking care of all her nmls. Raye was preceded in death by her tirst husband, Larry Carlisle, of 33 years, her older sister, Peggy Smythe, and her parents, W.C^, Durham and Leon.i Barton. A "Celebration of Life" memorial service will be held Saturday, October 8, from 1:30p.m. - 4;30().m. at Gruene United Methodist Church, 2629 East Common Strc*c*t, New Braunfels, TX. Following the service* all family ancl friends are invite*cl for a luncheon and a g.ithering of good me*morie*s. In lieu of flowers, donations may Ix* made* to Coincer Care Foundation of South Texas. Attn: Rose V, 100 N.E. loop 410, Suite* 600, San Antonio, TX, 78216, in memoPy of Rave Elizabe*th ( arlisie* Buc h(*r. Eugenio Rodriguez Sr^ Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Funeral Home for Eugenio Rcxiriguc'z, Sr. who passed away on Monday in San Antonio at the* age of 59 years. Gene was born in Mathis, Texas on july 23,1952 to Margarito and Marina Navarro Rcxiriguez. He was a soldier in the U.S. Marine Corp from 1973 until 1977 and obtaine*dthe* rank c)f Lance Corporal. After his time* in the Marine* Corp he worked here in New Braunfels for the* New Braunfels Utilities and Mission Valley Mills. He is survived by the mother of his children, Eulalia Rcxiriguez; childre-n, Rit.i Arispe.* of Schertz, ( jene* Rcxiriguez ancl wife Nancy Garza of New Braunfels, Randy Rcxiriguez of New Braunfels ancl Eric Rcxiriguez and wife Samantha of New Braunfc’ls; sisters, Adelina and Alfredo Garcia of Denver, CO., Lucia and Delfino Se*gura of Ne*w Braunfels, Maria Flore*s of New Braunfels and Sanaida Navarro of New Braunfels; brothers, Alfre*do Rcxiriguez of Ne*w Braunfels, Arturo Rodrigue*z and wife Santos of ( Corpus C/hristi and Cjuadalupe* Navarro; se*ven grandchildren, Rae*gan, Amber, Natalie*, Lauren, Darre*n, ]as-mine ancl (oy and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. band john, Irma Aleman and husband lorge, ( yn-thia ( arter and husband Terrance, Anna Alvare*z, nume*rous nieces and nef)he*ws, and many relatives and friends. He* IS preceded in death by his mother Maria ( om-c e*fX ion, his grancklaughter Angel Spacek, and his brothc'r Felix Ouz. During his life he workc'cl a number of ye*ars at Del! Computers in Austin, TX, then at Akime-ka in San Antonio, TX at the time of his untimely passing. He was a simple loving caring man. His ha[)[)iest moments were spending time with his grandchildren, going to t leir activities, being there number one fan, and attending family gathe'rings. Memorial services are still ()ending, and will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, dona-tic>ns may be made in Aga[)ito Cruz Sr. honor to Vista Care Hospice, 1911 Corporate Drive, San Marcos, TX 786()() or Kidney Foundation, 5429 Lyndon B. johnson Fwy. Ste. 250, Dallas, TX 75240-2167. Heart of Texas Cremations Direct Cremation $775.00 (C;ompleti) 877-271 0507 w'H'H’. heartoftexuicrertiatiims.coin (Jail or see website for details Tina Robinson Quinn Tina Robinson (.^uinn was calle*d home on September 13, 2011 at the age 51. She lost her struggle in life atter a long surgery that was to improve her c]uality of life. Tina was a lifek>ng resident of Ne*w Braunfels and she was born there on April 1 y 19()0 and graduate^d from New Braunfels High Sc hcX)l, c lass of I ‘)80. On December 3, 1982, she marrie*d the* love of her life, limmy (^uinn. On August 18, 1986, her son, Bre*tt was born. Inuring her high schcx)l ye*ars she workecl for Dot-tie Albrecht at the Flower Dot as a florist. Later, she worked in the court house at the county court of law. She then worke*d as the secretary of her church until her health started to decline, then she became a homemaker. She and jimmy always had a garden and together they would pickle, bread and butter pickles, one of jimmy's favorites. She enjoyed gt-'^ing cjn the com()uter and getting involved with Ebay and Facebook, as she connected with some of her friends. She is preceded in death by her grandmother, Natalie K(je[)p and aunt lanice Noble. Tina is survived l)y her 6151 anJd, New Br.iunfi-ts (8M) 625-2349 ONLINE EXCLUSIVE To comment on obituaries or to read comments made by others, visit herald-zeitung.com /<! /huHi / V H ft PraenteJ by Drs. Brev Donald Bedford SLEEP APNEA Many people have a problem with snoring. Snoring is not just an aggravating problem, but can be a symptom of the serious problem of sleep apnea. Sleep apnea can lead to heart problems and high btMnl pressure. Obstructive sleep apnea in most cases is caused by the lower jaw moving posteriorly causing the tongue and surrounding structures to restrict the air pa.ssage. If you are a snorer, Bedford Family [:>entistry will do a no charge sleep apnea screening for you by having you wear our wrist pulse oximeter overnight and furnish you with a computerized report showing a graph of the oxygen level of your blood and your pulse rate for you to show your physician. For thcise that ch(M)se not to wear a C Pap mask that is often prescribed for obstructive sleep apnea. Bedford Family Dentistry can fabricate an FDA approved intraoral appliance for you that works by holding the jaw in a forward or protrusive position that will in most cases prevent obstruction of the airway. ^ BEST DENTIST 2011 830.625.7757 831 Landa, Suite D. New Braunfels, Tx "VVr exd'l»«Ivtmtifui miW www.bedt<Kdtarnilyd$ntl$try.com Gene was fjreceded in death by his fathe*r, Margarito Rodriguez and two brothe*rs, Ern(‘sto R(xirigue*z ,ind Margante) Rodriguez, |r. The Rodriguez family woulcl like to give a 'S|x>e iai Thanks" to claughte*r-in-law, Nancy Rodrigue*z. P<illlM*ar-ers will be ( hris Segura, Danny Rodriguez, A\rturo "Ir." Rodriguez, 1 upio Nav.vrro, Roland Rcnlriguez ancl le*sus Arrec|Uin. Visitation will be Monday, Septembc'r 19, 201 1 from 5-9 p.m. with a rosarv rec ite*d at 7:00 p.m in the* Zoeller Funeral Home chapel. A proce*ssion will de^[)tirt the funeral home at 8: io a.m. Tuc*sday, Sc'ptem-ber 20, 201 I for a 9: i0 a.m. (îrave*side Se*rvice at the Ft. Sam Houston National ( c'meterv, with militarv' honors. ZOKIXKR HINKRALIK)ML 1 uin'ral.s fi C n-niiitions Babak ‘Bobby’ Tork Babak "Bol)by" Tork of New Braunfels, Texas, belovc'd ancl cherished son, husband, father ancl brother passe*cl aw.iy on Thursday, Sef)tember I 5, 2011, at the age ot 42. loving husband limmy; son Bre*tt and fiance* Katie* lohnson; (>arents, |ohn and Lillian Robinson; sister, Nanette and husband Randy Muller ot Austin; brother, jonathan Robinson of San Antonio; mother-iii-law, LOot ()uinn; sister-in-law, Dottie (x)llins and husband Brian of Ne*w Braunfels. All of us that who kne*vv Tina wilt miss her but she can now run, jump and dance, and do all the things she couldn't do in this life without all the f)ain. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, September 24, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. in the Zoeller Funeral Home* chapel. The fam-ily has rec^uested that memorial contributions be given to the charity of one's choice. ZOKUÆR R INER/U. HOML; FuntraLs & Ca'iiiatioas le was born in Iran on A[)ril 9, I9()9, to Baghc'r Tork ancl Fatemeh Kheirkhah. His fathe*r pre^c t*de*d him in death. He is sur\iveci by his wife of 17 years, ('hristie Tork; his mothc'r, Fatemeh Kheirkhah; son, Dylan Tork; daughte*r, Lav-la Tork; two brothers, T(M)raj and Hosein; and his sister, Marvam. Bobby (*njoye*cl music and playc'd several instruments. A devoted familv man, he was a loving husband and daddy; and will be dearly missed bv his familv and fnc*nds. Funeral Servic e*s will be hc'ld in the* P(*nnington Memorial ( hapc'l, .»1 1 :()0 p.m., on Tliursaay, Septem-be*r 22, 201 1, with ( hap-lain Scott I Icndrv oitic iat ing. Interment to follow at Memory lawn Memorial Park in Martindalf*. Arrangemc*nts undc'r thc“ care* and guidance* of Pe*n nington Fune*ral Home, VI i N. ( omanc he, San M.U(os, Tc'xas “’8()()(). Obituary and gui'stbook online at w'ww.pc'nning-tonfuneralhome.i om Ruddy E. Guzman I uneral arrange*ments are complete at the* Zoeller Funeral Home for Ruddy F. (juzman, who passe*d away on Friday in San Antonio at the age of 74 years. Visitation will Ix* from 5-8 p.m. Tuc*sday at the Zot*ller Funeral Home. Funeral sen/let's will Ix.* VVe*clnesdav, Sepfemlx'r 21, 2011 at 12:00 noon in thc* Zoi*ll(‘i Func'ral Flome cha|)c*l. Servic es will < onc ludc* at thc* func'r.il home*. Z()f:ü>:r ft nf:r.\llk)mt l-unerals ilt Ç rxMiiatun’Ls .D'K'U' (lis Linda, New Hr.nintfls Ì8MÌ) 625-2349 Claire M. Catalano Arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in Ne*w' Braunfels, Te*xas for ('laire M. Catalano, age 91 of New Braunfels, who passed away on September 15, 2011. PIERCE ALEXANDER CAMPBELL Bom September 2,2011 ■ Passed September 2,2011 Although we are saddened by our loss, we reflect on the joy he brought us as we eagerly and earnestly expected his arrival. In llte, and in the ofterllte, he has brought us closer than ever before, and that will be his lasting legacy. Pierce Alexander Campbell is survived by Parents Kristy and Bobby Campbell of New Braunfels, Brothers Kade and Dylan Campbell, Maternal Grandparents Judy and Alfred Diggles of New Braunfels, Paternal Grandparents Linda fylonfgomery Klecka of Seguin, Tx and Gene Campbell of Mexia, Tx, Uncles James Adams, Timothy J Clifton of Buda, Joshua Campbell of Colifornio, Aunts Savannah A. Cornelius of Killeen, Tern Campbell, and Laurie Campbell both of Washington State, Numerous cousins, great Aunfs and great Uncles. A Special Thanks to the Mueller family for the support you have given. On September 7th 2011 of approximately 9;25 am his Daddy took him on his first and last ride on Daddy's Fire Truck to the site where he was laid to rest The proceKion was unbelievable! It included many members of the Canyon Lake Fire Department, Texas National Guord, and Millenhium Medi Spa along with fomily and friends. The procession ended at Hill Country Memorial Garden State Highway 46 West, New Braunfels, Texas 78130 Our beautiful, precious Son, Grandson, anti Nephew wiilalways be in our heart!
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