New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 6, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas
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Mr. and Mrs. Jason Robert Dixon
Soderberg, Dixon wed
Julie Diane Soderberg of New Braunfels and Jason Robert Dixon of Mountain Home, Ark., were united in marriage at 10:30 a.m. on June 14 at Community Christian Church in New Braunfels. Pastor Dee Armes officiated the doublering ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Soderberg of New Braunfels. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dixon of Mountain Home, Ark.
Escorted by her father, the bride wore a Jessica McClintock white straight gown. The V-necked shaped back was accentuated by two lapels. She wore a chapel length veil with a headband of four entwined strands of pearls.
The bride’s bouquet was made of stargazer lilies and carnival roses.
The special song chosen by Jason to Julie was “For You I Will.” Music was coordinated by Scott Bradford. The foliage and plants were done by John and Lisa Wheat.
Follow ing the lighting of the unity candle. Jason and Julue presented to Amity, their 18-month-old daughter. a medallion as a gift of family unity
and in recognition of the hope and joy made through this marriage.
The maid of honor was Melissa M. Pipkin, longtime friend of the bride. The best man was Jimmy Roschetzky, friend of the family. Serving as an usher to Mrs. Soderberg was Chris M. Anders, friend of the bride and groom.
Following the ceremony, a reception was conducted at the church. The cake was adorned with white buttercream roses and a Precious Moments bride and groom topper. The groom’s cake was chocolate with chocolate buttercream frosting.
Serving the cake were Melissa and Sara Soderberg, sisters of the bride, and Jennifer Cannon, friend of the family. Serving the punch was Stacy Gabbard.
The couple honeymooned in Corpus Christi and Mustang Island.
The couple and their daughter will reside in Germany. The groom is employed by the U.S. Army in the medical field and plans to pursue a Ph.D. in general medicine. The bride plans to further her education in child development and zoology.
Todd W. Schneider and Jacquelyn Nicole Hanover
Hanover, Schneider engaged
Jacquelyn Nicole Hanover of Houston and Todd W. Schneider of Houston plan to wed on August 16. 1997 at First Baptist C hurch in New Braunfels.
She is the daughter of Mrs. Diane Hanover of New Braunfels and Mr. Joe I Hanover of Anchorage, Alaska. He is the son of Hylmar and
Taxas Tach raaaarchar shares elusive discovery
LUBBOCK (AP) — After more than a decade’s worth of tireless lab work. untold spending and unwavering confidence, a StAR was bom.
Professor Douglas Stucco found out by telephone while in Florida.
“We celebrated,” he said recently of his quick return to his Texas Tech
The following people were married with licenses from Comal County:
■ Juan Bernardino and Bellanira Garza of Mt. Pleasant, Texas.
■ Gregory E. Bumgardner and Deborah Jane Copeland of Canyon
■ Philip Stevens Jacobs, Jr. And Nika Loth Schmidt of New Braunfels.
■ James Enc Kleinfelder and Sharon Yvonne Williams of New Braunfels.
■ Stuart T. Millhoiland and Katherine E. Tillstrom of Smyrna, Ga.
■ Doyle Earl Missildine and Patsy Jean Littlefield of San Antonio.
■ Leon Morris and Mary Alice Sheffield of San Antonio.
■ Bret Richard Rahe and Lida
Kuykendalls mark 50th
Celebrating 50 years together, Myles and Virginia Kuykendall followed their hearts and dreams to Akumal Quintana Roo, Mexico. Traveling with their entire family, they left for the Caribbean on June 9.
They have desired to visit the archeological sites of the mid-Americas since they first married. All of their children and their families accompanied them on this trip: Karon Preiss and her husband, Weldon, with daughters Rebekka and Mindee; Clay Kuykendall with wife Megan and sons, Brant and Cole; and son Mark Kuykendall and Bruce Bullard.
The family traveled to Cancun by air, then drove 2 hours to reach their villa on Laguna Yal Ku. They all commented on the beauty of the lagoon and the Caribbean. Everyone also visited Mayan ruins in Tulum and Coba, which is the largest Mayan city. Their personal guides told them the stories of these ancient migrations to the Americas.
Myles and Virginia wished to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary by making this journey with their family. They were married in San Antonio on July 17, 1947. They have lived in Comal County since 1961.
Myles and Virginia Kuykendall
Pam Schneider of New Braunfels.
She graduated from New Braunfels High School in 1992. He graduated from New Braunfels High School in 1990 and Arizona Architectural Institute in 1992.
She is employed by Childers, Inc. in Houston. He is employed by Alvin Oncken and Associates in Houston.
colleagues three years ago
They toasted the positive identification of Steroidgenic Acute Regulatory protein, or StAR tor short. It was a missing piece of cell biology that since has opened doors for hundreds of scientists worldw ide.
Stocco’s love of science outweighs his selfish instincts, he says, which makes it easy to share his discovery.
MacDonough, Bates wed
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Bates
Marcie Jean MacDonough and Christopher W. Bates were married May 25 at the ANA Hotel courtyard. San Francisco.
The bride is the daughter of Reginald and the late Christine MacDonough of Sunnyvale. A graduate of Wilcox High School and California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo, she is an architectural engineer at Rosenberg and McGinnis, A.L.A. in
She will attend Carnegie Mellon University in the fall.
The groom is the son of Ozzie and Kathy Bates of Fresno. A graduate of San Joaquin Memorial and California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo, he is a transportation broker for Allen Lund Co., San Mateo. He will attend Carnegie Mellon University in the filii. They will live in Pittsburgh.
Picton McAllister of San Antonio.
■ Geraldo Torres, Jr and Juanita Jo Rosas of New Braunfels.
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■ Born to Vincent and Robin Resendez of New Braunfels at 1:53 p.m. June 29, 1997. a son. 6 pounds 3 ounces. Grandparents are Harvey Martinez of San Angelo: Florencio and Guadalupe Resendez.
■ Bom to Misty Jade Sullivan and Joshua Joseph Frets of Canyon Lake at 12:29 a.m. June 29, 1997, a daughter. 7 pounds 14 ounces. Grandparents are Judy Mae and Johnny Eugene Sullivan; John Michael Frets and Eve Anne Davis
■ On June 26, 1997, Travis Montgomery David was bom at 7:09 p.m. to Allen and Cindy David at Seton Northwest Hospital in Austin. He weighed in at 7 pounds and was 19 and one-fourth inches long. Grandparents are S D. and Nancy David of New Braunfels and Hat and Kathie Montgomery of Sugarland. Texas.
■ Ronda and Darren Kohut, of New Braunfels, are proud to announce the birth of their son. Benjamin Reid Kohut on June 28, 1997 at 8:41 a.m., weighing in at 7 pounds and 8 ounces. Grandparents Ron and Annette Niner and Al and Doris Kohut, from Houston, were present for the arrival.
■ Bom to Ron and Kry stal Wetz of Marion at 10:12 p.m. June 27, 1997, a boy, 7 pounds 3 ounces. Grandparents are Sue Kelley of San Antonio and Tyrone White of Fnendsw cod. Texas; Melba Wetz of Marion.
■ Bom to Dav id and Lynn Cherry of New Braunfels at 12:56 p.m. June 26, 1997, a son. Harrison Michael, 9 pounds. Grandparents are Bernie and Clementine Steffan; Paul and Jayne
“I really feel like with the effort we put into this and to come to a point where we were right, it’s kind of like a child,” Stocco said. “You want a child to do well, so we’ve basically made it easier for people to do work if they want to.”
Stocco and others had labored since the early 1980s searching for the biological link that converts cholesterol into steroid hormones
■ George William Wilson and Sharon Jeanne Stuart of Adkins,
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■ Bom to Tammy and Charlie Seiter of New Braunfels at 4:27 a.m. June 26,1997, a son, Charles Dwayne Seiter ll, 6 pounds 14 ounces. Grandparents are Joyce and Nolan Koepp; Ellen Ritzoff; great grandmother Viola Seiter and the late Pete Seiter.
■ Bom to Paula and Guy Hurley of LaVemia at 3:11 p.m. June 25, 1997, a son, 8 pounds 7 ounces. Grandparents are Patricia and Delmar Salge; Ruth and John Haven.
■ Born to John and Heather Sullivan of New Braunfels at 9:44 p.m. June 25, 1997, a son, Greggory Jonathon, 8 poijpds 4 quires. Grandparents are Marie and Bill Ross: Judy and John Sullivan.
■ Bom to Tara and Andy Walker of Canyon Lake at 3: 29 p.m. June 25, 1997, a daughter, Miranda Nicole, 7 pounds 13 ounces. Grandparents are Anita and Ronny Dumesnil; Dell and Archie Day.
■ Bom to Peter Sayre and Nelva Cantu of New Braunfels at 10:17 p.m. June 25, 1997, a daughter, Alicia Karen Sayre, 7 pounds 15 ounces. Grandparents are Felisa and Gino Pastrano; Gordon and Kathleen Sayre.
■ Baby Jack Lee Ikels, 4 pounds 5 ounces, bom Friday June 13, 1997, at Methodist Hospital, San Antonio. Parents arc Nancy and Kenan Ikels of New Braunfels. Grandparents are Dr. Kenneth and Emmie Ikels of New Braunfels; Lillian Voelkel of San Antonio and Ann and Pat Voelkel of San Antonio.
like testosterone, estrogen and progesterone. It required his team to isolate the protein, break it down into its DNA components, reconstruct it and then test it on animal cells.
Rebecca Lynn Bedard and Christopher Michael Haas
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Rebecca Lynn Ballard of New Braunfels and Christopher Michael Haas of New Braunfels plan to wed Aug. 23, 1997, at the Comal County Fairgrounds in New Braunfels.
She is the daughter of Mrs. Lynda Nalley of New Braunfels and Mr. Jack Ballard of Corpus Christi. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Haas of New Braunfels.
She graduated from Calallen High School and attended Del Mar College in Corpus Christi. He graduated from New Braunfels High School and attended the San Antonio College Police Academy.
She is employed by Bluebonnet Motors in New Braunfels. He is employed by Dean Word Construction in New Braunfels.
Heart association warns of killer disease
The American Heart Association says heart disease is the nation’s No. I killer.
■ Heart attacks accounted for one of every 4.7 U.S. deaths in 1994, the most recent year with available statistics.
■ About 250,000 people die each year of a heart attack within one hour of symptoms and before reaching a hospital.
■ Forty-five percent of all heart attacks occur in people under age 65.
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