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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 20, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM | Thursday, October 20, 2011 [ 3 HOW TO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY  ■    By Email — ob)ts<®hefalcl/eitur^ com  ■    By Telephon« •— Call,625 9144; ext ?I4 (Satufflav ext 221) Obituaries are paid advertisemei'its  lODAVS SKI WICK  ■ CASTILLEJA, Javier Rores. Visitation 3 p.m. through 9:30 am. Oct. 21; Rosary 7 p.m., Zoelier Funeral Home Ghapel.  Judy Luna    New Br.iunfels, who |)ass(*d  Fun(>r.il Arrangc’mrnts are ‘iway on Monrl.iy, Oc t( )f)(’r  Carroll W. Carson BriUJiifels, Texas for Orroll Arrangrmcnts arc pcnd- VV ('arson, age ‘H of (if)o  pending al ZíK'ller f uneral 17, 2011 in Phoc'nix, Ari- ¡ng at l)oef)|)ens( hmull l<>- wHo passed .ivv.ty oti 11()rn('t()r Judy l una, Sf), ()f zona.    f uneral Home in New ( )< tober 19,2011.  Joe Neal Calvert Sr.  joe N(mI ( alvert, born on August I,  I‘MO m Houston, Texas, completed his earthly |ourn('y on 0( tober 11, 201 1 at the age Of 81. foe Neal servf'd his ( ountry in the U. S, Navy troni 194H to 19S2 and served as a Seani.in f irst ( lass during the Korean War with the (;onstrutlion fiattalion also known as the "Sealu’es."  jo(' Neal was a master elt'( Inc tan ,is wc'll as an .tvid hunter and fish(‘rman. In l<it('r years, he lived in Scguin on his farm where h(' greatly ('njoyed sitting in his tool rooni during hunting se.ison as he would lock onto ,in unsus-pe< ling but k with surgical pi(“( ision.  I Of Neal IS survived bv cl)ildr(*n Steven Neal ( akert, (wife' ( andat e; Mi( h.t('l joe ( alvert, Tra( y l ynne ( alvcTt, |ch> Neal (( alvert) [ gcmo and loAnn Wallace, iluisl)and) lini-niy; grand( hildren: Brit-tanv Lynne (PoKton) Willi.Hiis, Brandon frit Nat(*, (larrc'tt Neal ( <ilv('rt, Kmlc'v Wallactv, and Maleah Wall<t( e. 1 lis long time triend ludith Strand. He IS aKo survived bv numerous ('xtendt'd lami-  ly and fric'nds. I ie was prt‘-tcHled in death l)y his father foe lynch (divert, his mother 1 aura Sc hn-af)el, and his brother Otis Schleyer.  A gathering for family and close fri(»nds will l)e held on his farm in Seguin locat('d at 720 liukory Forest, Seguin, Texas on Saturday; 0( t, 22nd from 1 :()()-5:()() [)in. f or (}uc's-tions, pl(>as(‘ call (8i0) 401 (M7.S. In li('u ol tlow-ers, the family r(‘(|uests don.itions l>e made to Th(> Families of f allen f U'toc's Relief Fund <it; www.the-fa m 11 i esoffa 11 ( mi hert )es. t >rg or call (8M)) 2‘)7-i080.  ZOHILFRH NHRALHOMh  I UIHT.Vl.^^ & C R-m.ltlOllS  (i| 'ij .inil.i, Ncv\ Braiintt'Is (8.%) hZS-Zii«»  Javier F. Castilleja  Sunday, ()(tobíM U), 2011 (lod op(»ned his arms ,ind wt'lt omed l.i\i('r f. "lleavv" ( astille)a at the young age ot S7. l le was born April l 1, 1‘>S4 in San Antonio, TX. He is pret eded tn cleath bv bis jiarents, Benito M. ( astillc'ja, Sr., Amparo í.  ( astilleja <ind bis brotht'r, Fdvvard ( as|ill{‘ja. I le is survivc'd bv son javier  ( .vstillej.i li,, daughter-in law Rachel Schwar/losc* and (laughter Meliss.i ( astillc*ja; brothers, Benito f. ( aslillc'ia jr., wile (irego-ria, David I. ( astilleja, Daniel I . ( astilleja, Andrt‘w I. ( astill(>)a, wife Wona and sisIcms ( iloria Monl.ine/, husband 1 nti(|ue, M.irv Fster (ion /al(‘s, husband David; graiHldaughlc'rs, l.yla, Anastasia, (clesie, and Fsabell.v; numerous nieces and nt'pliews who adored him grc‘atl\, <ilso his Zavala Family lh.it wert* like bn )th('rs and sisters to him.  I Ie proudly servt'd th(' U.S. Army in the late ()0's earlv ^O's. I U' was a dc*vot“ ed MM'mlHT of B( A I’ool Fi'ague. 1 leavy was ,i sim-)le m.in th.it lovc'd lite and oved his family. 1 \v was a wonderful fathc'r; gr.urdfa-ihi'r, brother, unt le, and IrientF His unconditional love bad no limits. He w<is someone that you could always count on.  Visitations will bc'gin at  i:0() p.m. Thursdav at Zoc'ller Funeral I iome ,ind will (ontinui' until iO a.m. Friday. A Rosarv will be recited Thursdav evc'ningat 7:00 p.m. in the Zoc'ller Funeral Home (!hapc'l. A procession will dep.irt the tuneral homt' on Friday, ( )i tober 2 1, 201 I at ‘F; U) a.m. for a 10:00 a.m. mass at the Holv Family ( .ilholit (Tuiit h with Milit.uv I lon-ors. Servit c's will tont lutle at the ( hurt h. Pallbearers will be Ben lit) f. ( .istilk'ja jr., Antlrt'w ( astilleja, Javier ( astilk'ja Ir., lohnny Zavala, It)hn Mt)iil<inez, |t)S(' (loe ( rt)w) ( antu, Herman Flernandiv, anti Valentine Martinez.  fFis family asked that yt)u not mt)urn his tleath, l)Ut tt'lebr.ite his life. Thank yt)u tor all your [)rav('rs anti su[)pt)rt,  ZOi;il.i:KfTINl'.RAl.lK)MF:  1 ihhtjLs & t tviiialioi\s  t)ifiiuty  (ilS L»nda, Nfvv Br.HiiiU'ls t8,T()> b25-2.14i>  Janice Irene Grimm  lanic e lrc*ne Rappmund (aimm passt'tl away Octt)-bc'r I (), 201 I at the age t)t S() <itter a lt)iig battle with |)ant rcvitic t ancer She w.is btirn in San Antonio, Tc'xas, on lanuary 19SS to Raymond RappmuntI, Sr, and Irent' 1 lacH ker Ra[)|)muntl.  lanicwas preceded in tleath by ht'i husbantl, Ken-nt'th t irimm t>n August 1(), 201 I as well as by hc'r tather, Raymontl Rappmund, Sr. Survivors inc lude her daughtt'is, Dianne anti Jennifer (irimm; st)ns, ( hark'S and RuIxmi C .rimm; mt)tlu‘r, Irene H.u'ckc'r Rappniuntl; brt)th(*rs, Ray-mt)iitl Rappmund, Jr., Rt>n-nic‘ anti Rantly Rappmund; anti sister, ( arole (lillins, alt>ng with numerous niect's and nepliews.  Janice gratiuateil from Fast (’cMVtr.il High Scht)ol in the class t)f l ‘)7 } and then aUentletl Southwest Texas State University. She thc'n wc?nt to the University t)f Ic'xas 1 lealth Sc ience ((Miter in San Antonio,  NBISD approves renovation plans  From staff reports  New Braunft'ls ISDlioartI meml)ers ttiok at lion t)n MontI.ty that |),ivc'S iht* way ft)r rent)Vations at New Braunfels Middle St ht)t)l, whit h will evolve into the tlislrit t's Ninth Grade ( (Miter and Sc ht)ol ot ( htiit e in iht' fall t)f 2012.  Trustees unanimously approvt'd using the ( om-petilive St'aled I’roposal (('SPi methtul lor tht' rtMit)-valions and upgrades. Distriti policy, as well as the Tex.ts Fdut .ilitvn (Otie, re(|uires S(hot)l bti.trtls It) approvi* iht' ty(M> ol flelivt'rv' and [irtK urtMiicMTt mt'lhtKÍ ft)r t onstrtH lion projet Is prior to advertising tt)r pro-|)os,ils.  Darvi Slokt^r, NBlSD's dirt't tor ot I,k ililies man-  .tgemenl, said ()uf)lic notit v for the proj(‘tt will f)e <iflvertis(*d this week. Bids will bt' t)pened t>n Nov 17 and suf)mitt(‘d lor board apprt)val on Dt'c. 1 5 to sek'c I a t t)nlr<u tor R('nt)valit)ns and upgrades arc» scht'duled to l)egin in lanuary,  "This proji't t will h.ive to be compk*tc‘d at the same time t)ur existing mitldle sc htK)l will l)e t f)mpleted," Stoker s.iitF "Tliese f)rt))et Is have to be t t)mpl('led simultan(H)usly so we t ,ui mov(' th(‘ sturltMils from the existing mickllt' schot)l to lh(‘ new middle st hiM)l and the high sc hool students to our Ninth C'lradt' ('enltM."  A $ i8 million midtlle stht)ol is btMiig built off  KItMn Roatl that will stMVc th(' students in the t iirrent Nt'w Braunfels Middle St htiol <ilt(Midant c> /otu‘ When the cam|)us tjpt'tis next fall, the existing NBMS on (iiKMithcM Avenue w ill bet t)mt' the Ninth ( a.rde ( entc'r. Ihat fat ilit\ vvrll serve all NBISI) treslimen and help relieve* t>ver (rt)wtlingat New Braunlt'ls 1 ligh St hool.  [he dislrrt t's S( hool ol ( hoit e, I urreniK lot aled on San Anltmto Street, w ill mt)ve into the* Ninth (irade ( ent(*r and have .i s(‘p,ii,ite wing tor operation.  Sylvia ( ant I no of SI IW (irt)up Archilet K prt'sml ed an overview ol ri'iv>v.i lions that will o( ( ur at lite Ninth (iratle ( enter.  lh(* majonty ol the work lakes pLit e in rtMiovations t)l (lassrooms into st lent t* l.ilMmiltiries," ( .jik ino s.iitl Site s.nd lt)ur existmg ( l.issrtKims will be rtMtoval ed to three s( lent (* wet labs with pre[) .ireas. Also, air ((wulitioning will be atlded l() Iht' pra( Ik e gvnmasnim and girls .intl bt)\s tlressing areas. Painting upgr.ides Will be m.itlt* in the girK tlressing artvi, aiul ,i tloor u,t\ will be inst.illed to ,i c lassroom lh.it will serve ,ts lite oIlK e lot thf S( lu)ol ol ( lioK ( iirl.vins will be • idtlt'd l() the (.ileteria lor light .mil noist' reduttions 1 iintling lor this |)rt)|f( I IS ( oming li( »m the Novt'm l)er 20 I 0 bontl eit't lion approved b\ NBISI) volt'rs  CISD students receive National Merit recognition  From st.itf reports The N.tlional Merit Sc hol.irship ( ()r[)or.ition has ret ogni/etl 10 ( omal ISl) high school sUuk'nts lor outst.mding at .Hl<Miiit |)erlormant e  lavlor I .ilhrop ol Smilh-st)n\'.illey h.is been n.irned a Nalit)n.tl \U*ril StMnifi-nalisl. t le has iIk> o|)portu-nit\ to .itlv.uK e as ,i I inal-isl .intl ( ornpt'le lor Nation.il Merit St hol.ir shi )s worth more than $ V) mi lion.  Tavlor is one ol only  1 (),()0() s(>niilinalisls  nationwide, rt‘[)rc'senfing the highest stort'rs c»n the Prc'l i m 1 n ,1 ry S A F 'N a 11 o n <11 Mc'ril St ht)i.irsliip (^u.ilify* ing lest iPS/\Ti. A[)proxi-m.ilt'K <10 pcrr t*nt t>t the S(Mivilinalists are expet led to ati.iin Finalist sl.intling .ind more than halt ot Iht* 1 rnalisis will win a National Merit S( holarship e.irn-ing llie McmiI St holar title.  These high s( ht)t)l students retc'ivt'd IcHlers t)f ( ()mnit>ndalu)n b\ the Nation.il McmiI St hol.irship Progr.im in retognilion t)f their outstanding p(*rlorm-  ante on iht* PSAF Kirsim M.iulding, ( .ituon l .ike;  1 mily 1 )r,istal.t and Brooke Wood.utl, ( amori: iind Mi( hael.i ( lOivale/ .tnd Mit h.iel Keeton Sinitti^on Vatlf*v, ( (tmtntMKk'd sin tltMVls .ire ('ligil)l(' lor spc ci.il st hol.irships sjionsotcd In (or[)or,i!ions ,ind btisi nesst's.  At.ir.ih l lelfls, ,i senioi al ( .iinon, h.is bccn nam(‘d Olle ol I 100 p,u  lu ipanis m ihe \.iIk)n,it At hievenuMVl S( Ik)l,ir‘^hip Progr.un, selet letl troni Airit .111 AmcMK ,in sUidenN  liiking Ihe PSAl .)s high s( hool |uniors. l rom more Ih,111 I i)(1,()()() sliidenis nalioiiwide At.ir.ih st or ed in the top ptM( (Mif.  Also. Sn)ilhs(m V'.itle\ sltiiltMìI'' Kt'IK I ).i\ Mirai) (1,1 Domingue/ \U)rg,in ,u)(l Mi( h.iela ( lon/.ile/ li.ive bei’f) n.inicd \alKxi ,il 1 lisp.mii Rc( ognilion Pi( igr.im S( hol.iis llìis pt( i gt.un itlcntiiies ne.iiK ') ()()() oulsi,indino [ ||vp.in K l ,itin( ) sUidents in lite l niled S|,ii(*s e.u li \c.ii 1 ).ìsi'd (>n their gt.ide pomi avf'iage .ind PSAl s( oro  Stabbing victim’s condition upgraded to stable  By Oalondo Moultrie  Ttif' Hci.iki Zeititfiq  A man st.ibbed in S(*guin .tnd lre.ilt*tl .it a New Br.uin l(*ls hospit.il beltHt' bt'ing llovvn to .1 S.tn Anltmio ht)s pil.il Sunda\ mt)rning w.is upgr.uietl Tuestl.ïy In >1111 rit ic.ll t ontHlion to slalilt' ( (HV dition, .1 Seguin Polite De[).trlment spt)kesnian  BRAUNTEX  s.iid.  Politt* ex[)e< l(*tl 1 (*e I .imar |.u kson, 2 ?, t)l Nt*w Braunlt'ls, wtniltl U* rele.isc'd trom Bn )okc' Army Mc'tlit al ( (MiliM ' stKMi/' SPD It. lerry I It'rn.iink*/ s.iid Wc*dntsd.iy (“vtMiing. He saitl hospital pcMst)nnel u[)gratic'd |.itk-s( in's t ()iidition late Tuc*stkw.  |.u kson w.is slabbc'd  Iwit t* tn the upper ielf .ibtltirnen anti oik t> in the iipiM'r Ie1t shtHilder 1 iern.m tie/ s.tid Polli e s.nd he w.is .illegt'd to li,u(' been sl.ibbc'd while in flit' 400 bloc k ot Wesl Irt'land in Seguili .1 >p.irentK .illi'i  ¡K'ing inv(  ved  where she earned hc*r Bac helt)r's of Scient e in Nursing. Janice anti h(M husband Kenneth marrietl on July 28, l‘)79, anti wc'rt* marrit'tl kir M years, lanice worked as a nurse in Seguin for (iuadalupe Valley Ht)spilal before' l.tking time t)ft to r.iisc' lu'i tour chiltlrt'n. lamce enftiyed reading bt>t)ks, spending time w'lth lit'r t hildren, anti ctKiking.  Funeral sc'rvicc^s will be held at 10; U) AM tin Friday, Oc toiler 21, 201 I at the l ux Funeral 11 time (;ha[)C'l in New Braunfels with the Revc'tend Fet' Zill-mann tiffic iaiing. Inlt'rmenl will ft)lk)w at Guatlalupe Valley Menmrial Park. Tti leave* a message lor the family, go tt> www.luxth-cart's.c t)m anti selet I Oliit-uaric*s. Arrangements by:  LUX  r U N t. RAI. H O Ml.  & C R t M Á I I O N S I f- V I C t: S  1254 Business 35 N  New Braunfels, TX 7H130 830 624 0500 dka'IuxfhcaresCDm luxfhc.ires.GOln  Continued fioni poge 1  l‘)42 wTit'n the iht'aler opt'iietl, wtMe removt'tl It) make wa\ lor updated, mt)rt* t tHirlort.iblt' st*at-  Ihe iTevvt't seats oifer more t ushioning, but iht' ch.nr slylt' is still in Iht* same vein .is iht' original se.iling. Reiiov.tlions ,tlst> int Futletl .1 tc'u more tli.iirs - .1 It'la I ol ()0S t timp.iretl to the oiiginal S78. rhert' also is ,in art'a with two bistro lablt's that will (irovide se.itmg tor six, Allen saitl.  Whitt* sevt'r.rl palrtms have t tinliibutc'tl to the-alt'r r(*nt)valuins b\ sptm-soring a ( h.iii, those sponsorshi() opporlunitic's  still t'xisic'd, Alk'n said. A namt' plate t hair sptm-sorship ct)sls $27S Itir a singlt't hair, or $S00 lor Iwt) t hairs,  Tht' Braunlt'x seastin tipt'iis with The Dia-mtintls, a grt)U[) teaturing harmonies and musical instruments trom the lOSOs and F't()Os, al 7:U) p.m. on Saturday. Kntnvn Itir iht'ir 1 <)S7 hit, "1 ittle Darlin," iht'v perttirm highlv-c hotetigraplied rtiutines, Alk'n said.  Upt oming Brauntex shows int luilt' Man with a Voit e. Up on the Root  PC C:OMPUTER REPAIRS  On-Site • Affordable  Ilie Services ( umpaiiy ut New BraiinfeI.s  (830) 837-2844  <vn <iltf‘i( ,1 tit)ii with st'ver.il m.ilt's ,ii ,i tlillerenl lot .ilion.  (singt'i, t omt'di.in, imfiressionist) on Nov.  1 Tlie j\tan in Bla( k, .1 relrt) look with llu* sound .ind It't'l ol Amt'rit .tn k 011 |ohnn\ ( ash, I.in. 14 Iht' It'xas Tt'iitirs, 1 el). ‘I; .intl  Intliana Uni \ i*rsil\ s  Straight Nt) ( hast'i a mt'n's a capell.i group, March Alst) upcoming ,irt' I he Hit Mt*n, the musit laiis will) pc'rlormt'tl as Fr.inkit' V.tlli .uul The 1 our Se.I  Heart of Texas Cremations  I>iroi.l Ot'in.Uion  Keprescni,r|i\<N ,ii ( hnsltis Sani.) Rds.i f lospii,iF,\(*w BMiintels ( ( )nl.i( feti SPI ) .itlei l.ii kson ,iniv('d iIhmc v\ith i!i|Uties, Polli f went lo llie hospii.il ,111(1 h'iirned l.i( kson .i[)p.irentl\ h.Hllxi'ii hnil in Scguin,  1 le w.vs ilowri bv li('li(op lei II ì B,A\U in ( rilu .il t ( m dilK m.  sons and lomnn l.iiin's .111(1 1 he S|)()n(lt'lls Mart h ^ I: rim ( urr\'s Iribute t() |ohn 1 )en\t't. April 2 1 ( ountrv C omed\ loin .ind Sh.ike, K.iltle .uid Roll, iW.i\ 1‘».  lilt' Bi.uinlex also will lie ottering a Inis excur sioii lo the M.ijestic The .lire lor I itldk'i on flit' Root" on F)(’( h. I or mlorm.ilion, t.ill (8 50' (.2 ^0808 or visit w ww.bi.iuntex.oig.  Hair Station Available  $775.00  (t oinpli'li )  s;:’ :;i omi:  tiali or see wclvsitc toi details  CO.  625-4491  880 S. Business 35 • Ste. 100  Seal off drafts and  PËC members can go online to see our newest  and eliminate drafts. Redueing drafts in your home could save you between 5-and-30 percent each year in energy costs.  Go to pec.Goop/drafts to learn how to find and seal air leaks. »  POWER OF COMMUNÍTY  pedernales electric cooperative   

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