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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 22, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas | Friday, July 22, 2011 | 3 HOW TO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY ■    By Email — obits^WieraW /eitung com ■    By TalaphotM — Call 825-9144, ext 291 (Saturday ext 221) Obituaries are paid advertisements Kelly Brian Metz Kelly Brian Metz, 48, of Canyon I ake\ Texas peacefully went to bç with Ins Lord on Friday, July 15, 2011 I le was preceded by his parents Ket. Master C hief Julius Winston Metz and Suzanne Bernadette Ration Metz. He is survived by his loving wife Suzanne Metz, < hildren Kellie Sue Metz and U.S. Army SPC and 5-8 p.m. Servie es will be held Saturday July 2 i, at First Christian ( bun h in San Marc os at 10 a.m. Brian Metz, siblings Kathleen Metz Hunter and her husband Craig, Ret. Senior C hief Kris Timothy Metz, Kurt Michael Metz and his wife Carol, Beverly Lyn Rev is, and Julie Nasby, along with many cousins, niece's and extended family Kelly met his wife Sue while they were serving their ( ountry in Japan as Radiomen and then married in November 1 ()8(>. Kelly proudly continued serving his community with the San Marcos Fire I department and retired as Battalion ( hief after 20 vears of serv ic e. When he wasn't fighting fires, you I oulel always find Kelly living lite to the* fullest by spending time with his tamilv and friends, fishing, golting, playing with his dogs, gardening and wate hing LIT football and the < ovvboys. Visitation will be Frielay July 2 2 at Ooeppen-schimdt f uneral Home* in ( anvon I ake from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. with family present tu un 10 a.m. to noon with burial following at Hill (ountry Memorial Gardens. The Metz family would like to thank the many friends and family that have supported them over the past several yews. In addition, they would like to send a spec ial thank you to the bone marrow transplant staff at Methodist Hospital at the Medical (enter, Dr. ( harles I )un< an and to Brad Morrow tor always being there. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the' San Marcos Professional hrei-fighters Assoc iation Local Union {961 P.O. Box 75 San Marcos, IX 78(>f>7. Louise Chestnut I ouise Chestnut passed from this life on July 20, 2011 at the age of 87. She is survived by her daughter, Pamala I lenderson of Canyon I ake, Texas; step-daughters, Bridget King of Fischer, Texas and Stacey Chestnut of Austin, Texas; grandsons, Terry Newbern of Knoxville, Tenn. and ( ocJy King of Baytown Texas, and numerous family members, I ouise enjoyed her work experienc e as an ac c ountant, legal sec retarv and a real estate broker in Houston and I a Porte. In her spare time, she en|oyed many hours sailing on (ialveston Bay. Lat-er this emerged into RV traveling. She was an ac complished painter, knitter and family cookbook author, which resulted in sunrise breakfasts on (ialve*st<>n beaches, Visita-tion is 4-8 p.m. Sunday, I>i K’ p pe uscii 111 id I Ì . VfR\l HOMI Canyon I iflJO) cjfjt 3 i‘.( Jack Thomas hn. 12, Il) i8 Inly 79, JO 11 lai k Ihomas passed away fX'aceful-Iv at home surrounded by the love ot Iris family. I le is pre'c c'de'd in death bv Ins parents Willie and Una Mae I homas and 10 brothers and sisters. I le is survived by his wife of 28 years, Dianne* Powell Ihomas and daughters Patrie la Babcock and husband Bret, lae kie Me ( ormic k and husband lohn, and son Michael Thomas. I le was proud ot his beautitul grand« hildren: Michole Israel and husband Shane*, Dean I lam man, David, Kassi and Taylor Gray, Michael and Ashley fliomas and his great grande hildren: Skylar and Shane Tyler Israel, Ashlyn Gray, and Owen Shute. He is also survived by his brother jose'ph and wite Georgia, sisters and brothers-in-law: Mike and Kathrine Weaver, Jac k and Kathleen Korber, and Tom Powell, jack was blc*sse*d to have a large extended tamilv of friends for many Doepp e nsch illicit frVNFRM. HOWt New Etai.nfel« ¡830) 3434 luly 24, 2011, at Doep-pensf hmidt Funeral f tome in ( anvon I ake, Texas Interment is 2 p m Mon day, July 2r>, 201 I at For est Park fast Cemetery in Webster, Texas In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the* National Kid nev Foundation Arrange* ments are with: years in La Porte, Canyon l ake and Austin who .ill know what a spec ial place they held in his heart. The Memorial Servic e is Saturday, July 2 5, at 2 p.m. at Doeppensc hmidt Funeral Home in New Brauntels In lieu ot flowers, donations may be given to Hope Hospice or the* I lumane Sex lety. Arrangements are with: Booths still available for Business Trade show I tie * 2 '3rd Annual ( hamber ot ( ommerce* Business I rade Show has been se heeluled tor Sept. I 5-14. ( )ne hundred and two exhibit spac es will be tilled in the* New Braunfels Civic ( onvention ( enter's Exhibit 1 lall and Ballroom. Five spac es are* still available. Show (hair Melissa I thetedgc* suggests that Heart of Texas Cremations Direct Cremation $775.00 (Complete) 877 271 0507 u h m luiirtofie.xtiu ( 'all or see website for details DfK'PptMI.SCluuifll F VTRVi. IIOMI Cfinyfm I r.ko f3;v>i T>*C Ethline R. Katt Funeral arrangeme*nfs are* complete* at the /c)(*ller l uneral I lome for Ith 11nt* R. Katt, who passed away .it the Iden Hill Communities on lulv 20, 2011 at the age* ol (H ve*ars She e survive'd by two nephews Woodrow Weil |r. and wile I jolores and lames I Weil and wife (iloria; several great nepheus and one sister-in-law, Dorothv Pape Shc* was preceded in elevith bv her nusband Roman Katt; son, Ronnie* Katt: parents, ()tto and Friecla Pape.*; sister, l e*onie Weil and brother, ( litte>r<l Pape. Visitation will be 11< >m 5 8 p.m I n day at the“ /oc*llet ( uneral 1 lotne*. (i rave “siele servic es will be Saturelay, luly 2 >, 2011, at 10 a m. at the businesses interested in |>ar-tu ipating as <tn exhibitor, contai t the ( hamber as soon as possible. Call 8 U)-(>25-2 585 tor information, l or a listing of confirmed sponsors and exhibitors log on to PREMIUM YELLOW BOX 24 Styles! pancing P0iJ^ f ashion Boutique Downtown New Braunfels Mon Sat 10 6 • Sun 12 5 REMNANTi RlOTi ZMEÌ > 1512S1-38 NWtl * Setola. TX 78154 21S.M6.ai08* It Mil« north otiM« 1604) u 171 Oll m I 7771 T77 K *ark fir Sell it Nl )W ro ipi El 1” loo nacogaocnes    S 9 IS OÛ 512-961-9492 [email protected] ( luaclalupc“ Valiev Memo rial Park. The* tamilv has rec|ue*ste •< I inenie >i la I e ontributions be given to the < haiilv ol ones choice A U1 lift H NFKU Hi >MF , ,|. f.- . M • I ill h 11. \n : r I * County OKs grant for Group had been denied $3,269 grant because of questions regarding accounting system By Greg Bowen The Herald Zeiteng After e bee king to make* sure that the* ac < ounting systems ot the ( ommumtv ( oune 11 ol South Texas are up to standaids, ('omal ( ouiltv e 0111111 issioiu'rs ajìprovc'd a $ V,2(i() grant 1 letr the* coune il's meals - c >n - whe*e I s | ) re >gra m. I ast we*e*k, c ommission-ers dec lincvd to award the grant, saying they tirst wanted to se*ek more information about the* Se^guin-based e oune il's accounting systems. Countv Auditor David Renken reported fhursday that he*'d done turther investigation, and he tee eiin Christ Presbyterian Vacation Bible School Date: July 25-29 Time: 8:5()am - 12:00 Location: 1620 Common Street, New Braunfels Ages: Pre-K. 5 years old - Fifth grade completed Register at: or 830-237-1872 Will Wright I Herald /eitunej 40-bed rehab hospital opens 50,000-square-foot rehabilitation facility located in Sundance Park mended approv mg the* grant. The county giant will tug-ge*t a larger "Texans (e*e< ling lexans grant trom llie* U' Department ot Agri e u I ture I lie* ( < »mmumtv ( <nine il's me*als-on-wheels program serves about ()2 homebound elde*rly and disabled persons dailv in ( omal ( ounty. l ast week, commissioners appioveel a similar grant tor the home clelivered-meals program operated by the ( omal ( ounty Senior ( iti/ens' Foundation., he*ad quartered at (i5 5 l anda Street in New Brauntels, whose program seive-s about 500 people daily. By Will Wright I tie Herald Zeitung New Brauntels Regional Rehabilitation Ilospital opened its doors to patients on Monday, le'ss than a ye*ar after ground breaking on the* 50,000 square loot fac ility. The TO bed hospital is loc ated in Sundanc c> Park which Use'd to be the old Sundance (Jolt ( ltd) site. It is oper.ite'd by I mest 1 lealth, Inc. (Ft II), a Albu e|uc*rc]ue, N.M.-base*el com pany that operates 15 p< >st ae ute hospitals m nine states. 11 U s mission statement is the develojiment and operation ot rehabilitation and relateel post-ac ute* health e arc * lae ilities deelt < ate'd te > tlic* re*c overv i)l individuals who have tunc tional de'lie its ,is a rc'sult eit injury or illness. "We pre.)vic"lc* compre hensive in patient rehalul itation," said ( athy Alon/o, the* lae ilitv's director e>t marketing and business development. "We arc* the only tiee standing ac ute* rehabilitation hospital serv mg Ne*vv Brauntels and the* surrounding area of (luadalupe, ('omal and 1 lavs counties. "( )ur in-patient rehabilitation program helps patients recover c)uickly and reiurn home with a renewed sense ol self-suf-tie iene y." In .in earlier ¡iress release*, D.irb) Brocke'tte, president ( 1 ( ) ot t ruest 1 lealth, credited Build New Braunfels, a non-prot it umbrella organization that seives as the* public /private* partnership involving I he* ( itv ot New Braunfels Industrial Development (orp. Board, the Greater New Braunfels 1 c onomic Devele>pment foundation and the Greater New Braunfels ( hamlx'r ol ( ommerce, as being integral to the* hospital's c reation. 1 he* fac ility is hiring. Among the a e 1 v erti seel positions .ite* case manager, registereel nurses, occupational and physic al ther aj lists, a e ook and dietarv aide. 'Our geial is to give* bac k to the New Brauntels community," Alonzo said. Sign up for 2012 Leadership New Braunfels I cadetship New Braun lets ( lass ot 2012 are available“. The program was organized to develop individuals to serve in leadership roles in their business and c ivic c areers. 1 eadeiship New Braun lets will be*gin on Oct. (> with a reception for the new class, community leaders and alumni. The te*< c'ption will be tollowed bv a two-day overnight retreat on ()t t H-() and eiuht once <1 month lull day c lasses. Tuition tor the program is $(>50 and i eivers all meals, retreat with overnight accommodations and all course material. Applic ations are available* at the ( hamber ot (Ommerce ottice or online at w wvv.nbc I leadline tor the return of the* application is Aug. 12. ( all the ( hamber ottic c* at (8 V0) (>25-238.5 for additional information or to request an applic ation. Mike’s Handy Man Service Home Improvements Free Estimates Yard Maintenance ,. 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