New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 8, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas
Friday, April 8, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 3A
PATRICIA A. HAINES
Patricia A. Haines, 68, of Shell Point Village, passed away Wednesday, April 6, 2005. She was born June 30, 1936 in Richmond, VA and has lived in Florida since 2001.
She grew up attending Hatcher Memorial Baptist Church. She graduated from John Marshall High School in 1955, attended East Carolina University, worked for MCV Dental School and was an Air Force officer’s wife for 25 years.
Before moving to Florida, she lived in New Braunfels, TX for 20 years working as a floral designer.
She was active in the Sanibel Community Church as a Stephen Minister and the healing/prayer ministry and was always active in church wherever she has lived.
She volunteered at the Pavilion at Shell Point Village teaching crafts to the residents.
She was a loving friend to all who knew her at Shell Point Village and leaves many friends across the country.
Mrs. Haines is survived by her children: David G. Haines (Cynthia) of Raleigh, NC, Katherine Elaine Freeze (Willie) of Three Rivers, TX and John William Haines (Tracy) of Waxahachi, TX; grandchildren: Shane, Joshua and Heather Haines all of Raleigh, NC, Brittany, Tiffany, Cody and Justin Haines, all of Waxahachi, TX; cousins: Thomas Wood of Columbia, SC, Marilyn Wood Southard (Lee) of Sanibel, FL, Joanne and Willoughby Newcomb, both of Hubert, NC. Also surviving is her former husband: Colonel Robert Guy Haines, Jr., USAF, Retired, of Sarasota, FL.
A celebration memorial service will be held at 4:00 PM Sunday April IO, 2005 at the Sanibel Community Church.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to either the Sanibel Community Church Memorial Fund, 1740 Periwinkle Way, Sanibel, FL 33957 or to Hope Hospice at Shell Point, 15010 Shell Point Blvd., Fort Myers, FL 33908.
IOSEPHINE A. (GROTE) TATE
Josephine A. (Grote) Tate, age 88, of New Braunfels, passed away Wednesday, April 6, 2005 at the Eden I louie.
A chapel service will be held IO AM Saturday, April 9, 2005 at the Doeppen-schmidt Funeral Home with Burial to follow at Mission Burial Park South in San Antonio. Public visitation will begin 2:00 PM Fri
day at the funeral home and will continue until 9:00 PM.
Memorial contributions may be given to Hope Hospice or to the charity of one’s choice.
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PEDRO (PETE) TRISTAN MARTINEZ, JR.
Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Funeral Home for Pedro (Pete) Tristan Martinez, Jr. who passed away on Tuesday, April 5, 2005 in Austin, Texas at the age of 64 years.
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Students, teachers say cross-town rivalry makes game special
excitement on campus kept growing as the game got closer.
“More and more people have been coming to the games,” she said.
Kayla Redwine, 16, who plays defense on the team nicknamed “The Invisibles,” agreed.
“People I don’t even know are stopping me in the hall to say good luck,” she said.
Principal Bob Wiegand said the rivalry was friendly, but intense.
“The cross-town issue definitely plays into the excitement," he said. “I expect a good-sized crowd.”
Cougar pride must be demonstrated between classes and after school because the team will not get a pep rally before the game.
The Unicorns will not have a school-wide celebration either, until after the game.
“We’re having our pep rally next week, after we beat Canyon,” said Assistant Principal Aria Chapa. "We’re so proud of our girls.”
No one is more excited than Chapa, who has called several Unicorns into the school office this week for wearing red.
“That’s not allowed this week,” she said, laughing.
Something else will not be allowed at the game — high-rise antics from the Unicorn.
Jerome Bartlett, better known as Eugene the Unicorn, was asked to leave the last cross-town matchup, the
Wurstbowl, early after he climbed on top of the Cougar press box to encourage the fans.
Bartlett said Eugene would he cheering for the Unicorns at Saturday’s game,
but he would stay on the ground.
“Everyone’s excited, including Eugene,” he said. “We’ll just see if the Cougars ‘bring it’ because I know our girls are ready.”
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Congregation learning the basics of Christ
here,” he said. “My favorite part of this congregation is its unconditional love. I sense something here I have never felt before.”
Mueller agreed, saying the community’s spirit even led him into the ministry.
“I grew up here in New Braunfels, but I didn’t start coming to this church until 1993. My wife and I were drawn by the people’s love. After we were both baptized, I was called to preach,” he said.
The church’s preachers, including Mueller, Barrett and head pastor Jed Rogers, all work full time at secular jobs to help support their ministry,
but their hearts are devoted to prayer.
This year, they started the Gentle Shepherd House of JYayer in a small white building in the church’s back yard.
Every Friday afternoon, a minister is on hand to pray with anyone who wants to stop by.
Barrett said while on-site arrivals have been slow, he has taken several phone call prayer requests.
The New Braunfels Community of Christ began in the late 1970s as a Bible study group. By the early 1980s, the group grew large enough to call itself a mission church.
As the congregation looks toward the future, Barrett and Mueller wait with a lot of anticipation.
“We all share that,” Barrett said. “The I/)rd is doing something here.”
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