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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 6, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas ÖBifÜ ARIES HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM I Tuesday, September 6, 2011 | 3 HOWTO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY ■    By Email obits®hefald-zeitung corn ■    ByT«l«phon#-— Call 6?5-9144, ext 214 ir>aturdav ext ??1) OhitiiariBs arp paid advertisements Ella Emelle Hall Ella ErncHie Hall crosst’d into eternal lite Aug. 27, 2011. Born )uly 2*i, 1929 in San Antonio, Texas. Resiflent of Nc'w Bmunfels for 18 yi*ars. Pre(t*Hed in d(‘ath by her husband of 62 years, l.ick S. Mall, by her mother Olga Berth.i Wagner, son lack Hall jr. and »randson jonn David H.ill. Surviv(*fJ by ier lhr(‘e sons and daughters-in-law; li()l) and Mic ki of [\is<iflena, lexas, Bill and Evelyn of I lowelI, Mi( higan and SUphen ,in(l Karen of Melrose, Massachusetts. Tive grand( hildren and four great-granddaughters. Memb(*r of the First Unittxl Methodist ( hurt h of N(*w Braunfels. Member of the Unift'd Mi'thodist Women since' 1955 (5f) years) and (lUada (oma C'larden ( lub. Memorial Services will be h(Hd at f irst IJnitc'd Methodist Churc h of New Brauntels, 572 W. San Antonio St. on Saturday, Sept. 10, at IO;iO a.m. Burial will follow at Mis- sion Burial Piirk South in San Antonio, where she will be laid to rest with hc‘r husband and son. In lieu i)f flowers, gifts may be made to the United Mc'thcxiist Women fund for (jlobal Missions or to the Eirst United Methodist C'hurch Memorial Eund, lx)th at 572 W. San Antonio St., New Braunfels, TX 781.M). Joseph Herbert Worl joseph Worl, 8i, f)assed away on Sept, 2, 2011 at Alzcar(‘ Nursing Fac ility in Nc*w Braunfi'Is, Texas. |oe was born March 1 7, 1‘)28, in f redo-nia, Kan. to the late I lerl)ert William Worl and Rachael Virginia Shellman Worl. j(K* is [)rec eded in death by his parents and only brother, ( hester Allen Worl, ,»l| of lnd(^()enden(i*, K,in. )oe graduated from Inde card in his wallet until Ins O M NtKAI MOMF, NEW BRAUNFELS 8)0^2S 3434 Patricia Kardys McKinnon Th(' lorfi (alk'd his servant Pat Mc Kinnon, home Se()f. i afti'r a two year b.vt-tl(> with ( ancer. Pat was l)orn March 12, 1951 in Mt. ( lemans to Mack and luanita (Mixon) Kardys. She graduated from S.imuel (M(*mens High S( hool and went on to graduate with a teaching (legree from Southwest Texas State University where she' was a mc‘mb(*r ol the Strutters Dance Ic'am. While' at SWT, she mc't and marric'd Tc'd Me K-innon, he>r husbanel of 40 vc'ars. Pal touched many stu-de'nts' livc's as a teacher. She' taught for a e ombinc'd 20 yt'ars atTr.ivis Elemc'n-t.irv' in San Marc os and I r.i-/ic'r lle-mentary in Ne>w Br.iuntcTs, She* had a spe-e lal gilt ot relating to c liil-dren and c ared dee'[)ly about seeding them suc-(e'C'd. Pat has been a me'mber ot Sts. Peter and Paul ( atholic Churc h for 2 i years. U )on retiring from tc'ac ling, she enjoyc'd hc'r involvement in (;hristian ecluc ation and Bible study She lovc'd traveling and h<id a se*nse ol adventure*. [\it's greate'st joy came from be*ing a wife, mothe'r, sister, and grandmother. She was selfless and a model mother. She love*d her family deady and was he*lpful and ge*nerous. “Gigi" was a grandmother extraordinaire* planning spc'cial outings, e rafts, and ac tivities to do with her grandchildren. She will be missili. She IS survived l)y he*r husband, Ted, daughter Leigh Me Kinnon, daughter and son-in-law Amy and Ian laylor and grand-c hildre*n Mattie* and Cra-ham Taylor, he*r mother, luanita Kardys, and siblings Diane Birdwell, Richard Kardys, Kenne*th Kardys, and Daniel Kardys. Visitation will be held Tuesday, Sept. (), at 7 p.m. at Pennington Funeral I lome in San Marcos. A ('elebration se'rvice will be 10:50 a.m., We*dnc*sday, Sept. 7, at Sts. Peter and Paul (Catholic ( hurch in Nc*w Brauntels. Gravt'Side service is ()ri-vate. Arrangc'ments undt*r the c are anel guidane e of Pennington Funeral Home, i2 ? North Comanche*, San Marcos, Texas 78()f)i), 512-r>i-4n I. Obituary anel guestl)ook on line at www.penning-tonfunc' f)endence* High Se he)ol where he* k'ttere'd in football, baske'tliall and trae k He e ontinued his e'due .i-tion at lnde*pende*nc(' |r, (’olle'ge, again as cjuartc'r-bae k of the* football team. The* Marine* (^orps e alle*el to |oe in May 194(). Afte*r his Marine's duty, he* attenck'd Tulsa University, earning a Pe'trole*um Engi neering de*gre'e anel l)egan a i5 year c ar(>e*r with Sinclair Oil (late*r to be*e ome* Atlantic Richfie*ld and British Pe*trole'um). Uf)on retirement in l‘)85, |oe and wife, Betty, movc'cl from Shawnee*, Okla. to Ne*w Brauntels, whe'rc' the*v have reside'd until his death. In Nc’w Braunte*ls, |oe* became v(*ry ac tive in the community <ind it was said of him, "I le ne*ver me*t a strangc'r". )oe* was Wurstfest Senior Op.i, ( hambe*r of (Ommerc e Blue ('oat. Noon 1 ions ( lub me*mbe'r (for 2(> yc'.irs where he* se*rved <is Pre-side nt and was a Melvin lames ie'llow), txalte*d Ruler of the Elks Lodge* (Shawne*e, Okl.i.), st*ve*n ye*ar Dire*c tor of the* United Way, Past Pre*side*nt ot (ommunities in Se hools, Elck*r in the Nc‘w Braun fels Pr(*sbyteri<in ( hure h and choir membe*r tor 2(> yc'ars, me*mbe*r ol the Ix'rshop ( horus, de*elkate*el supporte>r ol the* Tc*xas Lion's ( ,imp in Ke-rrville for c ripple*d c hildren, and numerous e)the*r civic organizations. During his care'c'r as <i Pc*troie'um Fngi-ne*e*r, one of his tonek'st ac hic'vc'ments working seven yt*ars building the* Alyc’ska Pipc'line*. loe* acc om[)<inie*d a medic al team to Mexico on thre-c* occasions, assisting local doctors, and tric*nds, Dr. David Way and Dr Stank-v Woodw.ird. |oe also ac hievc'd Lagle Sc out (his mother's proudest moment) anel carrie*el the* Pierce Alexander Campbell f unc'ral arrangemc*nts are complete at the Zoeller Func*ral Llome for the iniant son of Robert Wes-k*y and Kristy Alicia ( amp-bc*ll. Pierce Alexander ( ampbell, who passed away on Se|)t. 2, 201 I at the ( hristus Santa Rose 1 lospital. Visitation will be from f)-8 [).m. Tuesday at D'W‘"y filSl.,inda, Nfvs Uraunfi-ls (8.W) fe2.S-2.A4‘i Have you made your mnvation yet? An Autiimn Afternoon lc;i ;it fhc‘ I lisforical I’rince Solm Ihuo seatings to choose from September Sy 2011 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 •W2 li’ San /Intonio St. ^ ik*ath. k>e* is survive'd by his wik'ot 52 years, Betty; his < hilelrcn; son Steve*n Worl and wite (Dc'vena) ot White*house, Fe'xas, daugh ter Susan larvis and hus-b.ind jim ot koup, le*xas, son Re*x D.ivid Worl and vvite Kim ot Troup, re*, elaught(*r Su/anne Iriple'tt and husband Kevin M( W.itte*is ot Ne*w Br.iun fe*ls, and d.vughtei Be*ve'rl\ Le*dbe*tte*r and husband Randy ot Shawnee, Okl.i nine* (irandi hildren: Stae e Rasl)e*rrv and husl),ind Max ot Troup, lexas, ]e*n niter ( hene*v .Hid husb.uul Ire' of Irouf), le-xas, Shandye Ni/io and hus band jimmv ol 1 rise o, Te*, We*s Worl ot White-house*, Texas, |e*tt David Worl and w ile* ( asev ot Troup, Te'xas, 1 aure-n l li/a heth Worl ot Troup, Tc'xas, StephC'n inple*tt and wile* T.iyloroK l.uksvillc’, Tc'nn., Taylor Dinsmore* ol f )kla homa ( ii\, ()kl.i. and Br.mdt Dinsmore* ot Edmond, ( )kla.; .ind I 5 (ireat (irancle hildre'n. A Memorial Se*rvuc u'lll be* held .It tlu- Nenv Br.iunteK Presl)vte* ( hurch oii f rid.iv, Sept. <), JO I 1, .it 1 I .i.m. In lieu C)l llowe*rs, .1 I )onation m.iv be m.iele in |oe*'s honor to the* Ne*w' Bi.uinteK Pre'sbv tcTian ( huic li, or I lope 1 lospu e t >t New l’>[,uintc*ls. Ie*\,is. Il)(> l.iniiK would like to e-xlencl ,i spc*c hcMitti'lt th.inks t«»the* st.ill ol both the /\l/( ,u(‘ Nuis mg I .u ilitv .tnd I lope I los pice* tor t.iking su( li won ck-rtul tind loving ( are ol |o(' during the* |).ist six montlis. \ou have b(*(‘n Angc'ls trom (lod ,ind we an- most ,ippre*i i.itivc* tor c'vcrvthing done* on his l)(‘h<ilt. /e )l L1.FK 11 NERAL lie )M1 I'. iV t, rcin.itn’ns James Francis Neary Fune'ral arr.mgc*ments are* eompU'te at ine Zoeller fune'ral Home for jarne'S Frane is Ne*ary, Sr, who passe*d ,vway on Se[)t, I, 20 1 1 .0 thè* ,ige of 79 ye*ars. Visil.ition will be* trcirn 5-7 ).rn. We*dne*sday ,it thè* /ex* k*r I unt' I Ionie* with .1 rosary re*e ile-d at 7 p rn. in thè /oelk'r I une*ral Home* ( h.ipél. A kine*ral m.iss will Ih* c ondue ted on Tliursclay, Se'pt. 8, 201 ! at IO a rn. ,it the* Sts. f’ete*r and Paul ( atliolii Chure li. InteTinent will follow in the* 11 S.ini I louslon Natif mal ( enie-te'ry will lull honors at 1 1: U) .1 m. ZOF1.I.FRI1M KA1 lie )V1E I iiii. r.iK fi ( ivih.iImmi- IJiKliiiy > I .iIhI.k \i'u liraimli l' (HWt K2=i 2144 Richard Martin Eune*ral arr.mgements are* pendmg .il thè* /oeller l uner .il [ k)nie* tor Ri( hard Martin, whc) |)asse*d ,iv\.iv on SepI 4, 201 1 al thè* ( hrislus Sanf.i Ros.i l ,it thè .igi* ot 74 yc'.irs. Iiis I .uiil.i \t>w r>i.r,inli"K h2S-2> t‘* Esther Ampelas Funeral Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home tor Esthc*r Amj>elas, 84, of Ne*w Braunfc4s, who passe'd away on Sunday, Se[)t. 4, 2011, at Sundance Inn. Mubarak on trial the ZcK'ller Funeral Elome. A [)re)cession will depart the funeral home on Wednesday at a.m. tor a 10 a.m. graveside service at the Hill Country Mc'mo-rial Gardens. Z()E;UJ:RRfNi:RAl.Ei()MH riiiu'Ml.s & C tfiii.itioas CAIRO (AP) The [)rosec ution's lirst witness in the' trial ofoustc'd Egyptian I’rc'siek'nt Hosni Mubarak startk'd the* court in a stormy sc*ssion Monday, festitying police* were not ordered to tire on protc'sters m ( ain>'s Tahrir Scjuare in a contradiction ot the prosc'cutors' ce* c laim. The [)olic e general's statemc'nt could dam.ige the' pros(*c ution's c .ise Muii.irak .ind his s(>( uritv ( hiet g.ive the gree-n light to police* to use Ic' lore c to c rusli the ii|)rismg, during wltic h at 850 pe'ople v\{'rc‘ killc-d. Prosc'c ution l,tw\e*rs vve-re* visibly stunned h\ the* tc'sti moil) of the* witiu'ss, Ge*n. 1 kissc'in Moussa, .md angri-l\ .)( c used him ot c hanging his slots trom tlie atta davit he* mitialK g.ivc* pros e'c iitors. LABOR DAY Continued from page 1 oursc*lv(*s.'' ( )the‘r groups ine liiek’d eniploy(*e's attending the' 1 luis.K he* ( inll ,md Wine Bar's ( p,ifl\ on Motid.iv. Most of the* groups we-re* (omprised ol thn*e to lout pe'ople*, and the*re' w.isn't <iny sign ot the* unruK liorclcs that m.ide* he>.idlme*s ove*r the* summe*r. It W.IS a e)iiH*t we('ke*nd lor polu e. "Not b.icl at .ill," NBl’D ollic c't ( V)t\ Bute lie-r s.lid "It h.isn't re'.ilK bee*n th.vt bijs\ lust thr noniial < it.i WILDFjRES Continued froni page 1 1 irc' ( liic't lolin Kobinson, "{)ur (lep.irt!ii(‘nt work mg ( lose-K With siirtound mg .igc'iH ic's lo e'tMire* .ill \v,it(*r tankers .md brush fire* ligliltng (‘e|ui|)ni('nt is loaded and kmcIv to ,i(klre*ss ne'C'ds in our imnK’diatc .iie*a. " ! he dc‘pl( me*nl ot tuo stall membe’fs to assist in the ( o( )|)er.itive eltort tu'.ir trop will not dimmish out abilitv to de‘.il with !(x .it sil u.itions and will lx> extreme K bene'lK to the* ( ontam mi'iil ot this (lire* sitii.ition.' Mike 1 is( her, the* ( < )unt\ c'lneri^enc \ m.iii.igemc'til dire( lor, s.nd th(* tiie is "nowfx're ( onltollc*d,' .Hid .1 sep,irate-, sni.illet bl.i/e south ot tli(- ( it\ IS growing l.irg(-r. “I w.istiM geung to ev.u u ate-, but ihe'ti tlie smoke* got blat ker .md bl.icke't .md i1 W.IS like: '( )k, tmu- to go," s.iicl ( lina llvurman, 47, .m an.iKst lor the Work ton V ( ommission. "VV.iitmg IS the most irus tr.vting thing,' she* said, e h(,)k ing l).u k te'.irs .is she* sat In liy Reservation Only • $24/person Make Vdur te'iervatioris bv vijlinji; 2H).71Ü,.''4Ü‘<, or stop bv Ihe C'ttbMiiii; or (nnirma^e! September is National Yoga Month! fj yogamonth Get a FREE WEEK PASS for Two Rivers Yoga at: Contact info: (830) 837-9286 2339 Gruene Lake Dr., Ste A liotis. V'e'ry minor viol.iliotvs ot some- ol the orditi,hkcs. .inel ill. 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