New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 17, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas
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Neuse, Elliott married in double-ring ceremony
Sandra Foerg and Hubert Brasseaux, Jr.
Foerg, Brasseaux to wed
Sandra Lorraine Foerg of Houston is engaged to marry Hubert Jospeh Brasseaux Jr. of Friendswood.
Miss Foerg is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Foerg of New Braunfels. A 1985 graduate of Canyon High School, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from The University of Texas at Austin.
Hubert Brasseaux Jr. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brasseaux Sr. of
Seabrook. Brasseaux graduated from Clear Lake High School in 1979 and received a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from Texas A&M. The future Mr. and Mrs. Brasseaux both work for NASA at the Johnson Space Center.
The wedding is planned for April 27, 1996, at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church in New Braunfels.
Hanzes celebrate 62 years
Herbert and Audrey Hanz celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary with a small dinner Thursday, March 14 at the Gmene Mansion Inn.
Were, their children: Mau-reeti^arDl and Ron Hanz, friends
Kimberly Rene Neuse and Cody Lane Elliott, both of New Braunfels, were united in marriage at the First United Methodist Church in New Braunfels on Feb. IO. 1996. Rev. Fred Martin officiated at the double-ring evening ceremony. Florence Swoap was the organist and Cathy Talcott and Paul McLaughlin were the soloists.
The bride is the daughter of Bill and Kathy Klare. The groom is the son of Terry Gene Elliott and Tommy Elliott.
The church was decorated in a candlelight mode with spiral candelabra at the altar and hurricane lamps on the pews; both were decorated with greenery, baby’s breath and tulle bows.
The bride, escorted by her mother, wore an ivory peau de soie gown designed by Jasmine. The gown featured a sweetheart neckline and long fitted sleeves that puffed slightly at the shoulder. The fitted bodice and sleeves were adorned with beaded Alencon lace and sequins. The Basque waist gave way to a softly gathered skirt and chapel-length train which were edged in beaded Alencon lace and sequins. Her headpiece was a wreath of ivory silk leaves and seed pearls from which fell a softly gathered fingertip veil.
The bride’s bouquet was an elegant mixture of gardenias, bridal roses and stephanotis with pearl throats, with plumosa, Swedish ivy and Queen Anne’s lace. The bouquet was designed by Barbie of Flowers by Sharon.
Pam Neuse, the bride’s sister-in-law, served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Brandy Elliott, the groom’s sister, Tracey Kakowitz and Amber Steubing. The attendants wore floor-length midnight blue Dupiom silk sheath dresses with cut-out detail on the back bodice accented with a pearl and gold brooch. The dresses were designed by Annette Jenschke. The attendants earned teardrop bouquetsBirths
Josie Villa, David Rios and big sister Lisa Nichole of New Braunfels. . March 2, 1996 at 8:12 a.m. A baby boy, seven pounds, 14 ounces. Grandparents: The late Rosalio S. Villa, and Mercedes Villa and Daniel Sr. and Rosemary Rios.
John and Andrea Loucks of New
Tessie lmhoff, Verena Seekatz and Lena Timmermann.
A visit to the Gruenc hall, where Mr. and Mrs. Hanz .net and became Brauntcls Feb 29 19% at 7;3, acquainted was ma e y ie small pal- - seven pounds, one ounce*
Grandparents: Karen Modrall, and Nel-
of ivory silk magnolias, euphorbia, Chinese lanterns, azalea blooms, bear-grass and a mixture of ivy and magnolia foliage. The bouquets were designed by Agnes Voges, the bride’s great aunt.
The best man was Walker Steubing. Groomsmen were Keith Neuse, the bride’s brother, Danny Torres and Ross Thompson. The ushers were Chris Horak, David Stiles and Bryon White.
The flower girl was Ashley Williams. She wore an ivory silk shantung floor length dress adorned with a border of Alencon lace. The ring bearer was Alex Layman, the groom’s cousin.
Following the ceremony a reception, dinner and dance were held at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Tables for the guests were covered with ivory tablecloths, midnight blue ribbon and raffia bows. The centerpieces on the tables were wooden boots and hearts with votive candles, baby’s breath and raffia bows in midnight blue and ivory. The head table, and the bride’s and groom’s cake tables were covered in ivory lace skirting, tulle scallops and grapevine bows and hearts. Centerpieces of candles and orchids with greenery adorned the tables. The bride’s cake was a cascade five-tiered white cake with ivory icing and adorned with handmade confection roses, carnations, stargazers, petunias and calla lilies. The groom’s German chocolate cake was in the shape of a double horseshoe. The music for dancing was provided by the Grapes of Wrath.
Assisting with serving were Dianna Hajek, Sandra Haag, Kelly Poole, Ste-fani and Nicole Helmcamp, and Lisa and Jennifer Kroesche. Also serving were Leroy Reininger, Scott Haag, Max Wommack, Kevin Bammert,
son and Rosalind Modrall and Robert and Joy Loucks.
Margarita Ontiveros and Fabian Tristan of New Braunfels. March I, 1996 at 8:32 a.m. Baby boy, six pounds, four ounces. Grandparents: Jesus and Juanita Ontiveros and Josephine and Antonio Tristan.
Todd Wilson and Shaa Lynn Wilson, Feb. 29, 1996 at 10:29 p.m. Baby
Mr. and Mrs. Cody Elliott
Tommy Reed and Delroy Froboese. Kathleen and Sarah Haag, Shannon McLaughlin, and Megan Williams handed out programs at the church. Misty McLaughlin was in charge of the bride’s book. The Grand March was led by Harold and Doris Nell Voges.
The couple honeymooned on a ski trip to Purgatory, Colo.
boy, nine pounds, seven ounces. Grandparents: Timm and Terry Harris and Stanley G. Jasek and Sunnye Wilson and J.R. Wilson.
Jesse and Rachel Catillo of New Braunfels. Feb. 28, 1996 at 12:45 p.m. Baby girl, six pounds IO ounces. Grandparents: Alfredo and Petra Rosales and Veronica Saenz.
The rehearsal dinner was hosted by Terry Gene Elliott, and Tommy and Gudy Elliott at the Clear Springs Restaurant. The tables were decorated with baskets of midnight blue flowers and baby’s breath. The head table centerpiece was an arrangement of blue and ivory silk flowers which was a gift to the bride and groom from the groom's mother.
eight pounds, two ounces. Grandparents: John and Evelyn Gerard and Robing Pevey.
Melody and Kevin Harrop. Thursday, Feb. 22, 1996 at 11 Al p.m. Baby girl, Charlotte Emilia, eight pounds, 11 ounces; 21 inches long; at Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles,
Tony and Tahmka Mates of Marion. Feb. 28, 1996 at 1:12 a.min. Baby boy,
Chalone Holland Boyd of New Braunfels.
■ Working on one of the world’s largest, most powerful and technologically-advanced warships in the world is both interesting and exciting for Navy Airman recruit Kyle IM. Thompson.
Thompson, the 21 -year-old grandson of Ralph and Dorothy Thompson of New Braunfels, is an airman on the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson. He is a panel operator for the ship’s aircraft launching system and makes sure there is enough power built up to catapult jets from the flight deck.
“Knowing that I am responsible for lives and equipment is a challenge, but at the end of the day when everything is OK, I know it is because of me. Now that’s a rewarding career,” Thompson said.
The 1,092 foot-long Carl Vinson, homeported in Alameda, Calif., is part ot the Pacific Fleet, which helps maintain stability in a region of great strategic and economic importance.
Today, the U.S. aircraft earners are on station from the Arabian Gulf to
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the Mediterranean Sea. Aircraft earners like the Carl Vinson, with more than 80 aircraft and 5,000 sailors, can respond on short notice to any cnsis around the world.
Even though being on the ship is very demanding, Thompson feels the Navy offers him the chance to pursue personal interests as well as professional goals.
“I have gained expenence in a variety of fields including radio and television and have learned how to fix jets. The Navy has given me the chance to face challenges head on. This has given me a lot of confidence,” Thompson said.
“I’m hoping to film aircraft safety videos for the Navy and work on the ship’s newspaper staff. I also want to become a volunteer disc jockey on the ship’s Armed Forces Radio station,” he said.
Thompson and the Carl Vinson are preparing for a routine six-month deployment this spnng to the Arabian Gulf region.
■ Navy Seaman Recruit Mark J. Minor, son of Craig J. Minor of New Braunfels, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, 111.
During the eight-week program, Minor completed a vanety of training which included classroom study, practical hand-on instruction, and an emphasis on physical fitness. In particular, Minor learned naval customs, first aid, fire fighting, water safety and survival, and a variety of safety skills required for working around ships and aircraft.
Minor and other recruits also received instruction on the Navy’s core values - honor, courage and commitment; and what the words mean in guiding personal and professional conduct. Minor joins 55,0000 men and women who will enter the Navy this year.
He is a 1992 graduate of Boulder High School in Boulder, Colo.
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