New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 9, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas
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Clarence Timmermann age 83 of New Braunfels died Thursday October 6,2005 at Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Antonio, Texas after a brief stay. He was born on January 3,1922 in New Braunfels, Texas to Max Timmermann (1895-1982) and Hilda (Kohlenberg) Timmermann (1899-1967). Clarence married the love of his
life, Valira Mueller, on October ll, 1944. This nearly 61-year union was blessed with three wonderful children, a son the late Clarence Timmermann, Jr. (1945-1998), son Glenn Noel Timmermann, and daughter, Kathy (Timmermann) Koepp. Clarence is survived by his wife, Valira Timmermann, daughter-in-law Linda (Johnson) Timmermann of Buda, son Glenn and his wife Beverly (Marshall) of New Braunfels, daughter Kathy (Timmermann) Koepp and her husband Pat of New Braunfels, six grandchildren, Chris Timmermann and Nathan Timmermann both of Austin, Rayanne (Timmermann) Nanez and her husband John of New Braunfels, Reece Timmermann, Erie R Koepp and Stacey Koepp all of New Braunfels, sister Adeline (Timmermann) Ploetz of Seguin, sister-in-law Nel-rose (Mueller) Galle of Seguin, brother-in-law Otis Mueller and his wife Lenora of New Braunfels, along with numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Clarence was preceded in death by his parents, sister Maxine (Timmermann) Ebert in 1966, and son Clarence Jr. in 1998. Clarence’s life was filled with music and he most enjoyed his career as a civil service employee at Randolph Air Force Base. Clarence enlisted in the 133rd Division of the Texas National Guard Service Battery Band on April 26, 1937 and served until April 25,1940. He then graduated from San Antonio Business College. In April 1941 he began his civil service career as a clerk-typist at Fort Sam I louston. In August 1942, Clarence enlisted in the Army Air Corps Band at Randolph Air Force Base, playing the slide trombone. Clarence stayed in the Band until his separation from the service in January 1946. He then worked as a clerk-typist at the Randolph AFB hospital for approximately two years. He left the civil service to work the family farmland in Freiheit for 18 months. He returned to Randolph AFB for another two years and
worked as a supply custodian for the hospital Air Force equipment. Clarence had the calling to work the farmland for another two years but after a near-catastrophic accident to his hand, he returned to Randolph AFB in December 1961 as a records clerk in the aircraft maintenance organization. During this time, he served as a records clerk, clerk-typist, time compliance tech order, time change monitor, and finally the database manager for the core automated maintenance systems, a position he held for 21 years. Clarence retired from Randolph Air Force Base in May 2001 after a full-filling and remarkable 48-year career in civil service. After retirement, Clarence and Valira enjoyed traveling, especially to Branson, Missouri but anywhere there was polka music, there you would find Clarence and Valira dancing and tapping their feet! Clarence was a member of First Protestant Church and American Legion Post #179.
Visitation began at Doep-penschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels on Saturday and will continue Sunday from noon until 9:00PM and Monday 8:00AM until service time. Funeral Services will be conducted at 3:00PM Monday October IO, 2005 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Rev. Daryl I liggins will officiate. Interment will follow at Comal Cemetery.
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Alice Nuhn, of New Braunfels, passed away Friday, October 7,2005 at the age of 90. She was born August 24, 1915 in New Braunfels to Walter and Lily (Beierle) Startz. She married Monroe Nuhn October 6, 1937. He preceded her in death April 17,2000.
Mrs. Nuhn was a homemaker and a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church.
Survivors include her daughter, Mary Lou Hemes and husband William of Austin, Texas; one grandchild, Robin Cox and husband Ed of Grapevine, Texas and two great grandchildren, Will
Cox and Amanda Cox.
A Graveside Service will be conducted at 10:30 /lM Tuesday, October ll, 2005 at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Rev. Marvin D. Koenig will officiate. There will be no visitation at the Funeral Home.
For those desiring to make memorial donations, the family suggests memorials be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.
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Separate brawls after games leave one high schooler dead
DUNCANVILLE (AP) — Separate brawls after Texas high school football games left eight teenagers injured and a Garland teen dead, authorities said.
The altercations broke out Friday night. Three Duncanville students were wounded in a parking lot shooting following the Duncanville-Cedar Hill football game, and 17-year-old Jason Paul Martin was fatally shot after a brawl that police say may have started at a game between Berkner High School and Lake I lighlands High.
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Numerous fights began, involving between 30 and 50 people, and at least one person started shooting, officials said.
Martin and five other people were shot, but the other victims’ injuries were not considered life-threat-ening.
Police said Martin was a Sachse High School student, and it was unclear how he became involved in the melee.
Kenneth Thomas Weaver went to be with the Lord on October 6, 2005 at the age of 72. Bom in Rogers, Texas on January 17,1933 he was the son of the late William and Mae Weaver. His family later moved to Temple, Texas where he was a graduate of Temple High School. After serving in the United States Navy from 1951-1954 aboard the USS Lowry, he graduated from Temple Junior College. He then married his wife, Eva Cranford Weaver, and they moved to Ft. Worth, Texas where he graduated from Texas Christian University in 1961 with a Bachelor of Science in Commerce.
In 1956 he and his wife had a daughter, Wende Renae, and in 1959 a son Kenneth (Kenny) David Weaver. The family moved to New Braunfels in 1962 when he became Vice President of Air-maid Hosiery Mills. In 1965, he went to work for Ventura Mfg. Co. in San Antonio and later he and his partner purchased Ventura from Lockheed. He loved airplanes and he and his son took lessons and became licensed pilots and owned their own planes. He loved being around the airport.
Soon after his retirement in 1981, he began his second career as a founding partner of KWD Mfg. He built modules converting C130’s into luxury private aircraft and built ground support equipment for the government. His clients included King Sadat and many other Middle Eastern dignitaries.
He was a Boy Scout leader for his sons troop and an avid Unicom Band Booster making the trip to Enid, Oklahoma for competition. He coached Little League for his son’s team and won City Championship and treated his team to a trip to the Astrodome. He wanted all children to have a good education and helped by tutoring at Carl
Schurz Elementary as well as other children. His favorite things were riding his tractor on his property, watching John Wayne movies, and tutoring his granddaughter Riley.
He was a kind and generous man, helping others in need. He encouraged several of his employees to go to college and helped them in any way he could to see that they receive a degree. In some cases he had several generations of families work for him because he was such a fine man.
He loved his family and having them all come to visit. He was the best “Granddaddy” and was so proud of all of his grandchildren’s accomplishments.
He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Eva Cranford Weaver; daughter, Wende Weaver I liggin-botham and her husband Ralph; son, Kenneth (Kenny) David Weaver; granddaughters Ashley Renae Higginbotham and Riley Nicole Weaver; grandson Adam Nicolas Higginbotham and his wife Michelle and a great-granddaughter expected in November; mother-in-law Doris Abbott and her husband Jack; brothers-in-law Carl Cranford and his wife Karen and Mickey Cranford and his wife Yuriko; numerous nieces and nephews and dear friends Judy and Dennis Kraft and Bob and Diana Salzman.
He will be cremated and memorial service will be held on Friday, October 14 at 10:30 a.m. and Zoeller Funeral I lome. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Canyon Intermediate School PTO, 1275 N. Business 35, New Braunfels, TX 78130 to help purchase educational equipment.
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