New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 11, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas
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Because Dignity Memorial providers serve wore veteran s than any other funeral sen il e provider, our professionals are experts in veterans' burial benefits provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs That means when von choose a Dignity Memorial provider, you can he confident yo'u'II understand what your VA burial benefits include and lunv to apply for them. Plus, we take great pride in providing veterans with respectful, dignified funerals and burials befitting of their service.
With their distinc tive expertise, care and compassion. Dignify Memorial providers are the right choice for veterans, active military personnel and their families.
You honored your country with your Service, Now let your funeral service honor you
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SP4 Raul J. Morales Jr.
( ..S'. Army, Vietnam 4/17/1948 — 6/3/2003 i<rm
Love and miss you always, Virginia, Joey and Frankie
Albert Thomas Quaid A.D.C.
U.S. NAVY Enlisted • Retired 1948-1978
U.S. NAVY RESERVES
Thank you for making our country a safe place for your family and others.
Love, htnina Quaid, Barbara Hr lew Kon Krueger
SFC Richard Schuatz Sr.
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STAFF S(iT. ROBERT M. SCHUETZ
WF Frances faJy U.S. Army-Retir« 1969 : ■
U S AIR FORCE 2003 PRESENT
y Serving our country in Afghanistan as a C 5 Cargo Loader Love your Mom. Dad, family & friends
Dud und Opn We are very proud of you
Col. William “Wild BiU”Gj*Ii15ï5ïï
Served his country with honor and Conviction stationed in Guam and later being transferred to Washington O-C where he was a member of the Marine Corps Silent drill team.
He was a loving husband and father as well as a leader. He instilled tin* qualities Jland morals he learned in the Marine Corp.* |r into his family. We are proud <>| him for serving his country and being a loving, kind and understanding father.
We will always love and honor you dad! Mike Sempr Fi
A fighter and Test Pilot in Vietnam two times.
‘72 MIA ’02 Recovered remains and buried @ Arlington National Cemetary with full military honors.