Habecker, James Charles: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 24 October 2012
James Charles (Jimmy) Habecker, 53, of Westminster, Colo., died Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012, in Steamboat Springs, Colo. No services are planned at the time. Habecker was born Nov. 18, 1958, in Johnson City, Texas, the son of Frank Habecker and Jeannie Freeman Habecker. He and his wife, Leigh, were married Nov. 27, 1997, in San Antonio and she survives. He was an independent delivery contractor and had relocated from Boerne to Westminster, Colo., six years. In addition to his wife, Habecker is survived by two daughters, Jessica Habecker of Fredericksburg and Julia Habecker of Denver, Colo.; one grandchild, and his father, Frank Habecker of Mason. He is also survived by five brothers and two sisters, including Andy Habecker of Florida; Barney Habecker of Indiana; Rick Habecker of Cedar Park; Frank Habecker of Fredericksburg; Chris Habecker of Mason; LeEster Burch of Lockhart, and Terri Adamson Blank of Midlothian Habecker was preceded in death by his mother.
Hackney, Francis Barton: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 3 April 2013
Francis Barton Hackney (November 27, 1958 - March 25, 2013) was the son of Allie M. Hackney and Anna M. Register Hackney. He married Kelly R. Hackney and she survives. Interment unknown.
Hagel, Keith: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 27 February 2013
Keith Hagel passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013, at the age of 49 years. Keith is survived by his wife, Barbi Hagel, of Fredericksburg; three children Braiden, Karson and Katie Hagel; his mother, Silverlee Hagel, of Fredericksburg; a brother, Kris Hagel and wife, Irma, of Bryan, Texas; two sisters, Kay Wright and husband, Brian, and Kelle Rodriguez and husband, Louis, all of Fredericksburg, and his mother-in- law, Jan Beckmann, of Fredericksburg. He is also survived by many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Allen Hagel, and his father-in-law, Roy Beckmann. The Mass of Resurrection was celebrated on Friday, Feb. 22, at 2 p.m. at St. Mary’s Catholic Church with Msgr. Enda McKenna presiding. Interment followed in St. Mary’s Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were Renee Avalos, Erwin Montgomery, Barry Beyer, Bryan Kneese, Craig Enderlin, Materno Sanchez, Mark Morin and Kenneth Meyer. Keith’s children, nieces and nephews were honorary pallbearers. Visitation with the family was Thursday evening from 3-7 p.m. at Beckmann Funeral Home, followed by a Vigil Service at 7 p.m. at the funeral home led by Deacon Pat Klein. Keith was born in Fredericksburg on March 13, 1963, the son Allen Hagel and Silverlee Crenwelge Hagel. He married Barbi Beckmann on May 7, 1988 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church and she survives. He was a 1981 graduate of Fredericksburg High School and a graduate of Angelo State University. Keith was the owner of Hagel Dairy and was also engaged in raising beef cattle. He was very proud of his Angus beef herd. Keith was a giving and caring person. He was a wonderful husband and father. He always made time for his family and family is what was most important to him. One could not ask for a better friend. He was always willing to offer his time and skills to anyone that needed his help. He was active in school activities at St. Mary’s School and was a life-long member of St. Mary’s Parish. Keith would never brag about his abilities, but he was talented in many areas: He was a good farmer, rancher and dairyman, an excellent mechanic and a good builder, electrician, plumber and welder. He always gave generously of his time to others. He will be so dearly missed by his family and friends. We are blessed to have had Keith in our lives. The family would like to express their deep appreciation to the hundreds of people who came to the visitation, attended the service, sent food, flowers, memorials, and in so many other ways offered their help and sympathy.
Hahne, Elizabeth Elvira: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 8 February 2012
Elizabeth Elvira (Betty) Hahne, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and friend passed away peacefully with family at her side on Feb. 3, 2012, at the age of 75. She was born in Luckenbach, Texas on July 22, 1936, raised on her family farm and later made her home in the city of San Antonio. She was married on June 1, 1957 to Homer Franklin Hahne in Fredericksburg. Before her illness, she loved to cook, and devoted her life to her husband and family. Elizabeth was preceded in death by her parents, Richard and Bertha Jenschke; brothers, James Jenschke and Marcus Jenschke, and nieces, Deborah Jenschke and Terese Jenschke (age 5). She is survived by her beloved husband of 54 years, Homer; her daughters, Dianne Pizzini (husband John), Cheryl Frail (husband David), Corinne Havens (husband Ken), son Stephen Hahne (wife Lisa), and grandchildren, Dylan, Karenna Elizabeth, Joshua, Connor, Bradley, Matthew and Michael, and great-grandchild, Alex. She is also survived by her brother and spouse, Ignatz and Norma Gene Jenschke and her sister and spouse, Mary Lou and Dayton Kuhlmann; sisters-in-law, Erlene Jenschke, Frances Baethge, Doris Petsch and Waldene and spouse Calvin Beckmann. The family would like to extend their thanks to Mom’s special friend and caregiver, Martha Camarillo, and also the Odyssey Hospice Staff, especially Heidi, Gabby, Darlene and to Dr. David Marks for all the loving care they each gave Mom through the final days of her illness. A prayer service will be held on Thursday, Feb. 9, at 6 p.m., in the chapel of the Schaetter Funeral Home in Fredericksburg. Funeral services will be held on Friday, Feb. 10, at 11 a.m., in the Gethsemane Lutheran Church, at 610 Avalon St. in San Antonio, with Pastor Richard Kidd officiating. Graveside services and interment will follow in the Mission Burial Park North in San Antonio. Those who so desire may make memorial contributions in her memory to the Alzheimer’s Association, Odyssey Hospice, Gethsemane Lutheran Church, or to the charity of their choice. Visitation for Betty Hahne will be on Thursday, from 4-6 p.m., at Schaetter Funeral Home in Fredericksburg, and on Friday, from 10-11 a.m., at Gethsemane Lutheran Church in San Antonio.
Hahne, Lillian: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 6 February 2013
Mrs. Ruebin Hahne, 85, nee Lillian Pehl of Fredericksburg, died Friday, Jan. 25, 2013, at Hill Country Memorial Hospital. A funeral mass was celebrated Tuesday, Jan. 29, at 10 a.m. at St. Mary’s Catholic Church with Msgr. Enda McKenna officiating. Mary Ann Murchison was the pianist, and Dennis Hannemann, the vocalist. Interment followed at St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements were under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home where visitation and a vigil service were held Monday evening, Jan. 28. Mrs. Hahne was born April 13, 1927, in Gillespie County, the daughter of Felix T. Pehl and Emma Nebgen Pehl. She married Ruebin Hahne on July 6, 1946, at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Stonewall. He preceded her in death. Survivors include a sister and brother-in-law, Helen and Bob Langehennig, and a sister-in-law, Kay, Mrs. Felix Hahne Jr., all of Fredericksburg. In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Hahne was preceded in death by two sisters, Mildred Jenschke and Alice Pehl who died in infancy. Memorials may be made to the St. Mary’s Parish Capital Campaign, St. Mary’s Catholic Church or to the charity of choice. Pallbearers included Earl Knopp, Jon Hahne, Brad Hahne, Jack Porterfield, Gerald Ottmers and Billy Pehl. Honorary pallbearers included Dennis Hannemann, Gus Pehl, Cliff Hahne, Jay Neilson and Bob Langehennig.
Hahne, Viola: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 25 Sept 2002
Mrs. Viola Meurer Hahne, 70, nee Land, of Fredericksburg died at her residence on Monday, Sept. 16, 2002. Funeral services were held Wednesday, Sept. 18, at Holy Ghost Lutheran Church with the Rev. Bobby Vitek officiating. Dorothy Weinheimer was the organist and Rhonda Schaetter, the vocalist. Interment was in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery. Mrs. Hahne was born in Gillespie County on Aug. 12, 1932, the daughter of Albert Land and Augusta Heimann Land. She was married to Morris Meurer from 1951 until 1968 and to Curtis Hahne from 1992 until 1996. She was an employee at Dooley's Store. Surviving are two sons and one daughter, Donald Meurer and his wife, Sharon, of Humble; Michelle Kuhlmann and her husband, Gary, of Fredericksburg and Keith Meurer of Houston. Also surviving are two step-sons and one step-daughter, Timmy Hahne and Roger Hahne and hi wife, Kim, all of Fredericksburg and Debbie Arreaga and her husband, Rich, of Boerne; five grandchildren and five step-grandchildren. Additional survivors are four sisters, Flora, Mrs. Heinrich Friedrich; Gretchen, Mrs. Elgin Friedrich; Pearlie, Mrs. William "Red" Schnerr; Dina Sunden and her husband, Bob, and a sister-in-law, Margaret, Mrs. Hans Land, all of Fredericksburg. In addition to her two husbands and parents, Mrs. Hahne was preceded in death by a brother, Hans Land, and a sister, Louise Land. Pallbearers were Dayton Land, Steven Campbell, Jimmy Friedrich, Calvin Friedrich, Joe Meurer Jr. and Freddy Shelton.
Haines, Cletus H.:
Cletus H. Haines, 76, died on Sunday, April 25, 1993, in the Windcrest Nursing Home.
A memorial service was held on Friday, April 30, in the Fredericksburg United Methodist Church with the Rev. Rick Waters officiating. Claudia Sechrist was the organist and Dr. Rollie Blondeau, the vocalist. Schaetter Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Haines was a native of Rosalia, KS, where he was born on May 29, 1916, the son of Herbert A. Haines and Anna Pearl Hagner Haines. He married Mary Elizabeth Trimble in Bartlesville, OK, on July 18, 1966, and she survives, living in Fredericksburg. Haines was a Staff Sergeant in the U.S. Army during World War II, serving with the 119th Infantry 30th Division. He entered the service on Feb. 27, 1942 in Ft. Leavenworth, KS, where he received his discharge on Nov. 5, 1945. He was the holder of the Bronze Star, Good Conduct Medal and the Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster to the Bronze Star Medal. Haines was a former printer, working for the Eldorado Times and the Wichita Eagle, both in Kansas. He later, along with his wife, operated a florist shop for several years. He was a former life member and former governor of the Eldorado Moose Lodge. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his mother-in-law, Frankie Trimble of Bethany, MO, a sister-in-law and her spouse, Sue and Delbert Cox of Jameson, MO; two brothers, Van E. Haines and Vernice E. Haines, both of Eldorado, KS; and a sister, Anna Margaret Doornbos of Leon, KS. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Vivian and Gladys Haines. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 5 May 1993; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Hanneman, Richard L.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 13 March 2013
Richard L. Hanneman, 95, of Fredericksburg, died Sunday, March 3, 2013, at Hill Country Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were held today, Wednesday, March 13, at 10 a.m. at Beckmann Funeral Home with Chris McKnight officiating. Marjorie Ottmers was the organist. Cremation followed the services. Visitation was held Tuesday evening, March 12, at the funeral home. Hannemann was born Jan. 21, 1918, in Chicago, Ill., the son of Richard Walter Hanneman and Johanna Trenkorst Hanneman. He married Ruth Dorothy Stoebig on Sept. 23, 1943. She died in 1979. He married Anna Mae Coffman on July 27, 1979, and she died in 2010. After earning a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Southern Methodist University, Hanneman worked at Texas Instruments and later on, Western Electric. He was also a World War II veteran, having served in the U.S. Navy and achieving the rank of lieutenant. Also active at his church, Hanneman taught Sunday School over the years. Hanneman is survived by two daughters, one son and spouses, including Christine and Wayne Seifert of Fredericksburg; Hope and Richard Benjamin of Frederick, Md., and Paul Hanneman of Sweetwater. Survivors also include six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. In addition to his two wives and parents, Hanneman was preceded in death by a grandson, Frank Hanneman; a brother, Frank Hanneman, and a sister, Bertha Urban. Pallbearers included Debbye Meszaros, Sean Benjamin, James Benjamin, Rebekah Hope Kennedy, Doyle Sims and Kristie Brown. Honorary pallbearers were Amanda Meszaros, Noah Meszaros, Aurora Ann Kennedy, Trillany Sims, Devin Sims and Rueben Borman.
Hannemann, H. C.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 29 August 2012
H. C. “Hans” Hannemann was born Sept. 6, 1916 at Cave Creek to Fred and Caecilia Sagebiel Hannemann. He attended school in Cave Creek and Fredericksburg and graduated from Texas Lutheran College in Seguin. He passed away on Sunday, Aug. 19, 2012, at Hill Country Memorial Hospital in Fredericksburg. In 1944, he married Dorthy Henke, the daughter of Max T. and Cora Henke. Together they raised three children: Helen, Mrs. Allen Rode; Linda, Mrs. Kenneth Lindig (deceased); and Dennis Hannemann. They have eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Dorthy has been his strength and loving partner, assisting him in all his endeavors. In recent years, having lost his sight to macular degeneration, Hans called Dorthy his “right hand”, his chauffeur, and his “seeing eye”. Hans was a member of Zion Lutheran Church since 1924. He served as Sunday School Superintendent, Church Council, National Church Convention Delegate and treasurer of Lutheran Camp Chrysalis for over 18 years. For 55 years, he faithfully recorded the Sunday Worship Service and took the recordings to the nursing homes and shut-ins, and helped arrange to have the services broadcast over the radio. He was very active in the Lutheran Men in Mission, the Zion Men’s Breakfast group and helped to organize the Lutheran Fall Festival to support camping ministries. Hans became a Boy Scout in 1928 and continued to be active in scouting for over 70 years. He served as a scoutmaster, committeeman, district commissioner, district president and was scoutmaster for a troop that attended the National Scout Jamboree in 1950. He was a member of the Capitol Area Council Executive Board. Scouting awards include: Silver Beaver Award — 1949 Lamb Award — 1957 (1st in Texas and the 10th in the nation) — the highest award given to Lutheran Adult Church leaders. Award of Merit – 1972. Wood Badge – 1973. Hans was very proud to have Carl and Daniel, Adam and Allen (two grandsons and two great-grandsons) receive their Eagle Scout Award on the same day. In 1937, Hans went to work for an automobile dealership, which was the beginning of his life’s vocation. He obtained an interest in the company in 1942, and in 1953 he took over the dealership to be known as Standard Service Company. The dealership was located at 116 E. Main, and the used car lot was in the next block across from the courthouse, which is now a part of Market Square. In 1978, the family-owned dealership built a new facility on U.S. Highway 87 South. As a Dodge dealer, he received Chrysler Corporation’s most prestigious Five Star Award every year since 1970 until the dealership was sold to Immel Motors in 1989. The move from Main Street also marked the demise of the last sidewalk gas pumps in the State of Texas. During the war years, Hans received an appointment to Randolph Field, which was then known as the “West Point of the Air." However, obligations kept him home. So instead he flew to Kerrville where he instructed Naval Cadets in basic flight training. Only a highly skilled pilot was considered qualified to instruct our nation's aviators. In 1948, Hans was instrumental in securing the airport and property for the Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park (formerly known as Oak Crest Park.) In his honor, the airport terminal building bears his name. Hans was a retired member of the Fredericksburg Volunteer Fire Department having been active for over 30 years. He helped to organize the Gillespie County Volunteer Emergency Medical Service. Having held an EMT rating from the State Health Department, he became an American Red Cross First Aid instructor in 1939. Many Boy and Girl Scouts received their merit badges under his instruction, as well as area EMT and VFD members. He was also a lifetime honorary member of the Stonewall VFD because of his efforts in obtaining their charter and equipment. Hans was active as a Jaycee and served as a director with the Chamber of Commerce. He received the Outstanding Young Man of the Community Award in 1949, and Boss of the Year in 1959. In 1985, he was recognized by the Chamber as the Outstanding Public Servant. The Fredericksburg Rotary honored him as their Rotarian in 1995 and in 2003 was awarded for 53 years of perfect attendance. He is also a multiple Paul Harris Fellow. He had been a member of the Market Square Redevelopment Commission since 1991. Hans served as chairman of the Transportation Committee whose primary focus was to obtain a truck route to allow trucks with hazardous chemicals off Main Street. One of his disappointments was that this never came about. In October 2000, he was awarded the Star of Texas Award, for his historical and civic contributions to Fredericksburg and the State of Texas. In 2001, the local Masonic Lodge #794 honored Hans with the Community Builder Award, the highest award given to a non-Mason, for contributions to community. And, in 2003 the Hermann Sons Lodge #41 honored him with their Humanitarian Award. There have been a lot of accolades about the honors bestowed on Hans — but he remained humble and never understood why people made a “fuss” over the things he did — it was just what he NEEDED to do. To his children he was just Daddy … no big deal. We thought everybody had a dad just like him. To his grandchildren he was Opie ... and that IS a BIG deal! We wish everyone could have an Opie like him. To honor him, Helen, Dennis and Dorthy tolled the Zion bells at noon on Sunday, Aug. 19, 2012 the day of his death. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, Aug. 22, at 11 am at Zion Lutheran Church with Rev. Rick Hartmann, Rev. Ardene Wuthrich and Rev. Harold Vanicek, Jr. officiating. The combined choirs of Zion and St. Mary’s sang and Mary Ann Murchison was accompanist. Hans is survived by his wife of 67 years, Dorthy Henke Hannemann; Daughter, Helen Rode and husband Allen; Son, Dennis and wife Jodi — all of Fredericksburg; Son-in-law, Kenneth Lindig of Stonewall. He is also survived by eight grandchildren: Susan Rode- Laughlin of Fredericksburg, Yvonne Rode Moody and husband Ted, of San Antonio, Keith Lindig and wife Cathy of Stonewall, Kevin Lindig and wife Bonnie of Thorndale, Carl Hannemann of Fredericksburg, Daniel Hannemann and Emilie of Selma TX, Amy Hannemann and Brooke Hannemann of Fredericksburg. Survivors also include eight great-grandchildren: Adam Laughlin, Allen Laughlin and wife Carissa, Amber Moody and Ashley Moody, Mason, Jenna and Allison Lindig, and Julie Hannemann. And, three brothers and spouses: Waldemar and Claribel Hannemann, Fredericksburg; Rev. Eugene and Margaret Hannemann, Thousand Oaks, Calif.; Rev. August and Pauline Hannemann, Elgin; one brother-in-law, Hilmar Dittmar, Hamilton; one sister-in-law, Peggy Hannemann, Kerrville. Pallbearers: Keith Lindig, Kevin Lindig, Carl Hannemann, Daniel Hannemann, Adam Laughlin, Allen Laughlin. They rode to the burial at Greenwood Cemetery in a restored 1929 Plymouth where Bob Snowden conducted a fly-over in Hans' honor. Honorary pallbearers: Eagle Scout Honor Guard, Gillespie County Volunteer Fire Departments and the Rotary Club. Memorials may be given to Capital Area Council Boy Scouts of America, Fredericksburg Volunteer Fire Department, Zion Lutheran Church or the charity of one’s choice. Arrangements were under the direction of Fredericksburg Funeral Home.
Hannemann, Waldemar Carl: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 29 August 2012
Waldemar “Wally” Carl Hannemann passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012 at the age of 90 at the Hill Country Memorial Hospital in Fredericksburg, TX. Wally was born on April 24, 1922, to Fred J. and Caecilia Sagebiel Hannemann in Cave Creek, Texas. He was the fifth child of ten children. He attended school in Fredericksburg. Wally was only seven when his father died. To help earn money, the children sold milk from their cow and delivered it to customers using a wagon pulled by a donkey. The whole family got involved with delivering the San Antonio newspapers to the people in town. This was accomplished with bicycles, motorcycles and later some cars. The brothers and sisters bonded together in accomplishing many chores to help their mother and each other out. Wally had been a member of Zion Lutheran Church since 1924 and served in various roles, including the Church Council, usher, and the building and property committee. On June 28, 1947, he married Claribel Wilke, the daughter of Felix and Mathilda Wilke and she survives him. He is also survived by his children: Paul Hannemann and wife Janalee of Fredericksburg; Carol Rode and husband Bruce of Llano, Jeanne Hannemann of Fredericksburg, David Hannemann and wife Linda of San Antonio, and Charles VanBerg and wife Bonnie of Mansfield, TX. They have eight grandchildren and two step-grandchildren; and four greatgrandchildren and eight step-great-grandchildren. He is also survived by brothers and their spouses: Rev. Eugene Hannemann and wife Margaret of Thousand Oaks, CA; Rev. August Hannemann and wife Pauline of Elgin; brother-in-law, Hilmar Dittmar of Hamilton, and sisters in- law Dorthy Hannemann of Fredericksburg, Peggy Hannemann and Adeline Klein of Kerrville, and Marian Horton of Sabinal. He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers: Paul Hannemann, Herold “Hans” Hannemann, Ernst Hannemann, Raymond Hannemann and Freddie Hannemann; sisters: Cora Hannemann Dittmar and Anita Hannemann; and brothers-in-law: Leroy Horton, Alton Wilke, Louis Wilke and Kenneth Wilke, and sisters-in-law: Leola Wilke, Lillie Hannemann, and Mattie Hannemann. Wally attended Fredericksburg High School and Texas A&M Fire School and was a certified firefighter by the Texas Commission on Fire Protection and a certified Intermediate Firefighter and Training Coordinator by the State Firemen and Fire Marshals Association. While in school, Wally was employed with Tomlison Dairy, where he would drive a load of dairy products to Brady at nights. He also worked at the Kallenberg’s Pharmacy as a clerk and taking care of the soda fountain. When World War II came along, he went to Killeen and worked for a drugstore for a short period. Then he went to Chula Vista, Calif. and got a job working in the Rohr Aircraft Plant, a defense plant outside of San Diego. Wally worked in California until he received his 1A draft classification for the armed forces. He bought his first car, a 1935 Chevrolet for $125 and came home. When he arrived back in Texas, he enlisted in the Army at Fort Sam Houston. His first duty station was Camp Butner, North Carolina. He was placed into a Medical Detachment, due to the fact that the Captain in charge had trained at Hahnemann Hospital in Philadelphia, Penn. and was the only one who could pronounce his last name. He continued his training at Camp Forrest, Tenn. On Jan. 5, 1944, his unit left from San Francisco Harbor, Calif. on a Dutch freighter, “Kota Agoeing.” After a month-long boat ride, the reached Goodenough Island off the coast of Australia. After being offered the option of staying in the medics, Wally chose to become attached to “A” Company Combat Engineers Battalion. He was part of building the 9th General Hospital on Goodenough Island. He became a very accomplished operator on bulldozers, motor graders and Tourneau Pull scrapers. They constructed campsites, roads and airstrips. This would become very beneficial in future years. In April 1944, their unit was transferred to General MacArthur's Pacific headquarters at Hollandia, Dutch New Guinea, where they built an airstrip. They continued building hospitals, roads, and airstrips throughout the Philippine Islands. On May 18, 1945, his unit moved to Mindanao where they built the Libby Airdrome and the 30th Evacuation Hospital. It was there that his unit was alerted to be ready to go to Japan when the word of surrender came, and they were sent back to the states in 1946. His military awards include the American Theater Campaign Medal, Asiatic Pacific Campaign with 2 Bronze Stars, and the Philippine Liberation Medal with 1 Bronze Star. Upon returning from the military, Wally went to work for Quality Peanut Company with his brother, Ernst. He drove trucks and worked in their plant. He also took flight training to fly airplanes. Wally told the story of flying a plane from Fredericksburg to Mason to make sure the right type of peanuts were loaded and brought back to Fredericksburg to be shipped by rail to San Antonio. In April 1948, Wally went to work for the City of Fredericksburg Fire Department as a station attendant as well as serving as a volunteer fire fighter. On his days off, he drove a school bus and would swap out with the other station attendant. He worked as a paid firefighter until April 1953, when he went to work for the Seiberling Rubber Company driving test cars for tire performance. That involved driving at night for ten hours every day over roads in West Texas. After less than a year and having a wreck, he decided that he needed to find a daytime job. His military experience paid off as he accepted a job with Allen Keller Company operating heavy equipment. He worked full time for them for 20 years and became one of their main heavy equipment haul truck drivers. Then, in 1973, after one of the fire department station attendants passed away, Mayor Sidney Henke asked him to return to work for the City of Fredericksburg Fire Department. Wally continued to work part time for Allen Keller Company on his days off from the fire department. He retired as a paid firefighter in 1990, but continued as a volunteer until 2006. When Wally retired as a member of the Fredericksburg Volunteer Fire Department, he had served as a firefighter for over 58 years. Only two members, Roy Stroeher and Wally, have ever attained that number of years of service with the local fire department. During those 58 years, he was many changes, including the building of the fire station in 1948 along with numerous renovations over the years. Wally was a major proponent for training because he attended the Texas A&M Fire Training School, Area Fire Schools, and conferences numerous times and understood the value of education. He was also involved in the purchasing of at least 12 of the department’s fire apparatus that they have received since 1948. He served in leadership roles for 31 of the 58 years in the department. Those included Pension Board, Shift Officer, Certification Coordinator Lieutenant, Captain, Assistant Chief and Chief. He was known as a very capable fix-it person at home, church, work and at the fire department. He was an excellent electrician, plumber, carpenter and heavy equipment operator. He gave 110% effort to everything he did in his life. He had strong convictions and high morals and served the community of Fredericksburg and the county of Gillespie without expecting any accolades or awards. His greatest reward was knowing that he had given back to the people of this community. In all of his accomplishments, his greatest accomplishment was being married to Claribel for 65 years, being Daddy to children that love and respect him, and Opie to eight grandchildren that loved and adored him for always being there for them. He will be sorely missed by all of them. Funeral services for Wally Hannemann were held Saturday, Aug. 25, at 10:30 a.m., at Zion Lutheran Church, with Rev. Rick Hartmann and Rev. Erich Schafer officiating. Graveside services with military honors and interment followed at Greenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers included Mark Schulze, Logan Minshew, Don Hannemann, Jared Gold, Aaron Rode, Jared Rode, Josh Burrier and Manuel Mendoza. Honorary pallbearers included the grandchildren: Clarie Rode Schulze, Jill Hannemann Minshew, Megan Rode Gold, Agatha DeLeon Rode, Tresta VanBerg Bighorse, Aaron Bighorse, Brent VanBerg; nieces & nephews; Keith Keller and members of the Fredericksburg Volunteer Fire Dept. The Honor Guard was composed of members of the Fredericksburg VFD, Texas Forrest Service and Texas A&M Fire Training School. Visitation was held Friday evening, Aug. 24, at Fredericksburg Funeral Home and Saturday morning in the Fellowship Hall at church before the funeral.
Hansen, Patricia Gale: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 7 November 2012
Patricia Gale Hansen, 60, nee Ramsey, of Fredericksburg, died Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012. A memorial service was held Monday, Nov. 5. Arrangements were under the direction of Fredericksburg Funeral Home. Mrs. Hansen was born June 15, 1952, in Houston, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Ramsey. She married Joe Hansen who preceded her in death. She is survived by three sons, including Troy Cobb and his wife, Tonya, and James McCarty, all of Fredericksburg, and Jason Dwyer of West Palm Beach, Fla Survivors also include six grandchildren. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Hansen’s parents preceded her in death.
Hardin, Frank S.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 19 December 2012
Frank S. Hardin, 87, of Fredericksburg and formerly of Harlingen, passed away on Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012, at Hill Country Memorial Hospital. Graveside services and interment were held Saturday, Dec. 15, at 2 p.m., in the Greenwood Cemetery Family Chapel with Chaplain Pam Traver officiating. Frank was born Feb. 10, 1925, in San Saba, the son of Perry Hardin and Winnie Boynton Hardin. While stationed at Maxwell Field, Alabama, he met Virginia Ross of Rome, Ga. They were married Aug. 2, 1945 at Briggs Army Air Base in El Paso. She preceded him in death. Frank served his country in the United States Air Force. He attended the University of Texas prior to joining the Army Air Corps. He was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the AAC on Jan. 26, 1945 and became a qualified bombardier and aerial gunner on B-29 crews. After separating from the AAC in 1947, Frank resumed studies at the University of Texas, graduating in 1949. He moved to Harlingen after graduation where he became a CPA and developed a well-respected practice, and was a founding partner in the Long Chilton, LLP, accounting firm, retiring from public practice in 1988. Frank was active in professional life, serving on the Texas State Society of CPAs executive committees. He was an active member of First United Methodist Church of Harlingen, serving on the board for several years. He was also a volunteer and chairman of the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Committee. Frank was a very kind, loving and respected member of the community; a devoted husband, father and grandfather, an avid photographer, reader and scholar of English literature. Frank is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, including Ross and Debbie Hardin of Fredericksburg and Mark and Elizabeth Hardin of Phoenix, Ariz. Also surviving are ive grandchildren and spouses: April Hardin of Fredericksburg, Jacob and Amy Hardin of Mansfield; Lindsay Virginia and Michael Barratt of Gainesville, FL; Jessica Hardin of Ft. Collins, Colo., and Ross Hardin of Denver, Colo. He is also survived by four great-grandchildren: Emily Hardin and Tyler Hardin, both of Mansfield; McKenzie Barratt and Siguard Barratt, both of Gainesville, Fla. Survivors also include a sister and brother-in-law, Mae and Joe Robertson of San Saba. Along with his wife and parents, Frank was preceded in death by a sister, Jeanie Christian.
Hardwick, Paul Moore Jr.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 3 April 2013
Paul Moore Hardwick Jr., 83, of Horseshoe Bay, died Sunday, March 31, 2013, at Hill Country Memorial Hospital. Arrangements and cremation were under the direction of Beckmann Funeral Home. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Hardwick was born April 8, 1929, in Lubbock, the son of Paul Moore Hardwick Sr. and Ida Mae Dunwoody Hardwick. He married Patsy Ruth Cox who survives. Hardwick was a retired geologist. He was also a U.S. Navy veteran, serving during the Korean Conflict, and was stationed aboard the USS Lexington as a naval aviator. In addition to his wife, Hardwick is survived by five sons and spouses, including Michael and Terry Hardwick of Canyon Lake; Mark Hardwick, Midland; Patrick and Roxanne Hardwick, The Woodlands; Paul and Laurie Hardwick, Houston, and Charles and Stephanie Hardwick, The Woodlands. Survivors also include 15 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Hardwick was preceded in death by his parents, as well as a brother, Charles Hardwick.
Hardy, Hildegard (Hilde): Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 18 January 2012
Hildegard (Hilde) Hardy, 71, of Fredericksburg, died Saturday, Jan. 21, 2012 at Knopp Assisted Living Center. Ms. Hardy was born July 21, 1940 in West Germany, the daughter of Alois Koch and Maria Anna Maechtlinger. She moved to the U.S. at the age of 14 with her mother. Over the years, she lived in various states including Ohio, California and Oklahoma before moving to Texas in 1998. Ms. Hardy worked for Knopp Healthcare and Rehab Center as a CNA for 12 years. A lover of animals, she was the owner of numerous cats and several dogs. She is survived by her son, Johnny Robert Merk and his wife, Cindy, of Thousand Oaks, CA, and granddaughter Skye Jacobson and great-granddaughter Shiloh Downard of California. In addition, survivors are her brother, Walter Koch and his wife, Jose, of Wimpasing, Germany. Other survivors include niece Kelly Musselman and husband Tom Musselman, of Fredericksburg, nieces Angela Koch and Evi Koch of Stonewall and nephews Fred Koch of Stonewall and wife Kay Koch, and Luke Koch and wife JoAnn Koch of Fredericksburg.
Hart, Andrew Whitewood: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 27 July 2011
Kerrville -- Andrew Whitewood “Andy” “Stretch” Hart, 31, of Kerrville, passed from this life after a courageous battle with liver disease on July 18, 2011 at his home. Born in Houston, TX on May 8, 1980, he was the son of Spencer Hart and Leslie Lander Hart. An accomplished poet, humanitarian and rancher, Andy loved people and the outdoors. He was an expert canoeist, loved tubing and fishing in the Guadalupe River and was a true Texan. He enjoyed hunting, but preferred to sit and watch the wildlife roam freely. Generous with all he had, Andy was a dear friend to all he met. A loving son and brother, those left to honor and cherish his memory are his father, Spencer Hart and his wife, Maryann, of Kerrville; his mother, Leslie Lander Hart of Georgetown, TX; his brother, Bill Hart and his wife, Kristin, of Georgetown, TX; aunts, uncles, cousins and special friends, including Trace and Jacquelyn Flick, Copper Love and Kim Bill. A celebration of his life was held at Kerrville Funeral Home, 1221 Junction Highway, Kerrville, on Friday, July 22, at 11 a.m.
Hart, Fred Thomas: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 25 July 2012
Fred Thomas Hurt, 82, of Fredericksburg, died Wednesday, July 4, 2012, at Hill Country Memorial Hospital. A celebration of life was held Saturday, July 21, at 4:30 p.m. at The Liveoaks Mobile Home Park. Arrangements were under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home. Hurt was born Sept. 29, 1929, in Marktree, Ark., the son of Fred Thomas Hurt and Ethelene Little Hurt. His wife, the former Peggy Ann Jennings, survives. A United States Army veteran, Hurt served from Aug. 24, 1948, until June 16, 1952, and had achieved the rank of sergeant at the time of his discharge. In addition to his wife, Hurt is survived by five daughters, five sons and spouses, including Thomas A. Hurt, Melanie and Ben Ray and Larry W. Hurt and Glenna Stone, all of Arkansas; Victoria and James Turco and David and Janis Hurt, all of Arizona; Dena and Jim Parsons, Oklahoma; Don and Theresa Johnson, Colorado; Shelly and Jeff Quillin, Robstown; David and Billy Johnson, Corpus Christi, and Scott Johnson and Laurie Rhodes, Ingram. He is also survived by nine grandchildren, six great-grandchildren; a sister and brother-in-law, Barbara and Carlos Gonzalez of Tennessee, and a sister, Trina Burleson of Alabama. Hurt was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Larry W. Hurt, and a sister, Gladys Hawks.
Hartcraft, Paul Jr.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post: 5 October 2011
Paul Hartcraft Jr., 74, of Fredericksburg, died Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011. Funeral services were held Saturday, Oct. 1, at 5 p.m. at Calvary Pentecostal Church with the Rev. Don Steadman officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Fredericksburg Funeral Home where visitation was held Friday evening, Sept. 30. Hartcraft was born Oct. 10, 1936, in Anson, the son of Paul Hartcraft Sr. and Mary Bell Friar Hartcraft. He married Merlene Weirich on Aug. 1, 1959, in Kerrville and she survives. Over the years, he had been a heavy equipment operator. In addition to his wife, Hartcraft is survived by three sons, two daughters and spouses, including Pauletta and Robert Mason of Cedar Park; Paul and Vicky Hartcraft III, Ricky Hartcraft and Terry and Sheryl Hartcraft, all of Fredericksburg; and Beverly Shealy of Little Elm; seven grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Other survivors include his mother, Mary Bell Hartcraft of Georgetown; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Richard and Sandy Hartcraft of Dallas and Freddie and Vicki Hartcraft of Round Rock; a sister, Patsy Bowers of Georgetown; a sister-in-law, Lynda Hartcraft of Round Rock, and a brother-in-law and spouse, Darvin and Yuki Weirich of Fresno, CA. Hartcraft was preceded in death by his father and one brother, Billy Hartcraft.
HARTMANN, Son of GEORGE
BABY'S BODY IN COTTON BALE
Galveston Dispatch says:
The finding of the dead body of a baby in a bale of cotton at Manchester (England) Mills is believed to be the solution of the disappearance of a 2-year old son of George P. Hartmann in Gillespie county, Texas last December. The boy had accompanied his father to a gin where the father had several bales of cotton pressed. The child was lost and never found and the father spent all he had searching for tidings of his child, without result.
It is now surmised that in some way the child got into the cotton press and was crushed to death in a bale of cotton. The Hartman's moved from Texas to Louisiana a few months ago. The description of the body and clothes answered to that of the Harman child. The English cotton mills traced the bale to a broker in Texas, who in turn traced it back to the gin and to the fact that it was the product of Gillespie county. (Daily Bulletin, Brownwood, Tex., May 24, 1909 - Transcribed by Veneta McKinney)
Hartmann, Clinton Sylvester: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 13
Clinton Sylvester Hartmann, 68, of Dallas, died Monday, Feb. 4, 2013. Funeral services were held Saturday, Feb. 9, at 2 p.m. at Bethany Lutheran Church with the Rev. Casey Zesch officiating. Interment followed at Greenwood Cemetery. Arrangements were under the direction of Fredericksburg Funeral Home where visitation was held Friday evening and Saturday morning. Hartmann was born Dec. 31, 1944, in Fredericksburg, the son of Lawrence Hartmann and Gretchen Jordan Hartmann. He married Lila (Spooky) Stearns on May 30, 1964, at First Baptist Church in Fredericksburg. They eventually divorced. In 1986, he married Martha Bonner in Dallas, and she survives. A 1963 Fredericksburg High School graduate, Hartmann was salutatorian of his class and led the FHS Band as drum major for two years. He attended the University of Texas, graduating with honors with a degree in electrical engineering. Hartmann attended graduate school at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and after receiving his PhD, accepted an offer with Texas Instruments in Dallas, in 1969, in their R&D group. During his 10-year tenure with TI, Hartmann began work in Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) devices, authoring more than 50 patents in the SAW field. In 1978, he was recognized as a TI Fellow. Hartmann was a senior life member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) and authored many technical papers. After TI, Hartmann embarked on a career in pursuit of SAW device technology which included launching RF Monolithics (where he was the CEO), providing consulting work across the globe as a SAW device expert, and developing new innovations as the CEO of RF SAW, Inc. In addition to his wife, Hartmann is survived by his ex-wife, Linda (Spooky) Hartmann; his son, Ben Hartmann of Spicewood; daughter and son-in-law, Nicole and Greg Andrews, of Irving, and two granddaughters. He is also survived by three brothers, four sisters and spouses, including Fred and Bonnie Hartmann of Austin; Jimmy and Cathy Hartmann, Bluff Dale; Annabelle (Susie) and Tommy Bryson, Paul and Merrily Hartmann and Corinne (Reenie) and Billy Pehl, all of Fredericksburg; Sylvia (Tuttie) and Kurt Geistweidt, Doss, and Lois (Baby) and James Wagoner, Georgetown. He was preceded in death by his parents. Pallbearers were Wade Geistweidt, Adam Geistweidt, Mark Geistweidt, Russell Pehl, Chris Hartmann, Todd Hartmann, Wym Bonner and Mike Myers.
Hartmann, Ronald Joseph: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 12 September 2012
Ronald Joseph “Ronny” Hartmann, 59, of Fredericksburg, passed away Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012. A funeral mass was celebrated Wednesday, Aug. 29, at 10 a.m., at St. Mary’s Catholic Church with Msgr. Enda McKenna officiating. Mary Ann Murchison was the pianist; Megan Schmidt, the cantor, and the St. Mary’s Adult Choir also sang. Graveside services and interment followed at St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery Mausoleum. Pallbearers included Edward Rees, Dennis Segner, Tracy Heimann, Michael Juenke, Jack Ledford, Joe Alexander, Jake Garner and Justin Hendrickson. Honorary pallbearers were Amy and Eric Garner, Leslie and Kyle Kothe, Traci Hartmann, Bryant Reininger, Hannah Reininger, Morghan Hartmann and Ainslee Hartmann. Visitation was held Tuesday evening, Aug. 28, in the chapel at Schaetter Funeral Home where Carlos Juenke led a vigil service, followed by rosary services recited by St. Ann’s Society and St. Joseph’s Society. Ronny was born Sept. 24, 1952, in Fredericksburg, to Paul and Frances Hohmann Hartmann. He was baptized at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, was an Eagle Scout, and graduated from St. Mary’s High School in 1970. Ronny attended St. Edward’s University in Austin where he played baseball all four years and graduated in 1974, receiving a bachelor of arts degree in history. Upon graduation, he taught and coached in the Manor Independent School District and later moved to Corpus Christi where he accepted a position with Calallen Middle School to continue to pursue his life’s dream of coaching and teaching. Ronny’s dreams and those of his family were shattered in 1982 when he was involved in a three-wheeler accident in Corpus Christi. The injuries he received in that accident would increasingly affect his ability to walk. His once promising career as a coach and teacher was finished. His once purposeful stride would become a painful limp. He would no longer form the minds of the young or inspire young athletes. God had bigger plans and bigger dreams for him. In his inimitable way, Ronny would inspire an entire community and become a coach of life. He had thousands of reasons and justifications to become a victim but instead he became a victor. Every Sunday, Ronny faithfully attended the 7:30 a.m. mass at St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Sunday after Sunday he would inspire others as he struggled to the communion rail. The aches and pains of others were lessened as he limped to receive the Sacraments. Filled with the Lord’s goodness and strength, he was off to one of his most favorite places — HEB — where he was employed for over 21 years. He was an exemplary employee, never late once in those 21 years, and he could sell ‘Showtime’ items to almost everyone he came in contact with. Ronny was a powerful example of playing the hand we are dealt and doing so without whining but with grace and a smile for all — friend or stranger. He will be missed by his family and the thousands of customers at HEB. Those that knew him, saw him or were a recipient of his smile are all the better for it. He was touched with a bit of greatness and now so are we, as we have comfort knowing he is with the Savior and free from all his afflictions. When not at work, Ronny loved to go fishing and to go to the "ranch" at Bell Mountain to fill deer feeders and to hunt. Survivors, in addition to his parents include two brothers, one sister and spouses: Mike and Carol Hartmann, of Fredericksburg; Keith and Debbie Hartmann of Wichita, Kansas, and Diane and Dennis Reininger of Fredericksburg, and several nieces and nephews.
Haufler, Oscar Jr.: Oscar Haufler Jr., 89, of Comfort and Fredericksburg, died Sunday, May 1, 2011, at Knopp Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
Funeral services were held Thursday, May 5, at 10 a.m. at Schaetter Funeral Home in Comfort with the Rev. Michael Ensrude officiating. Interment with military honors followed in the Comfort Cemetery. Visitation was held Wednesday evening, May 4, at the funeral home. Oscar was born Dec. 20, 1921, at Bankersmith, Gillespie County, the son of Oscar Haufler Sr. and Ida Heinen Haufler. He was a farmer and rancher and a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. Survivors include one sister, Viola, Mrs. A. C. Adams, and his best friend, Vera Becker, both of Fredericksburg. Memorials may be made to Louis Jordan Post 244 American Legion, the Alzheimer's Association or to the charity of choice. Pallbearers included Melvin Boerner, Ronnie Adams, Don Adams, John Driskell, Donnie Boerner and Jeff Boerner. Arrangements were under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home. Expressions of sympathy may be sent at schaetter.com. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; Wednesday, May 11, 2011; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Haun, Cecilia Edna: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 2 November 2011
Mrs. Arthur E. Haun, 92, nee Cecelia Edna Burg of Fredericksburg, died Monday, Oct. 24, 2011, at Knopp Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center. Funeral services were held Friday, Oct. 28, at 11 a.m. at Schaetter Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Casey Zesch officiating. Interment followed at Greenwood Cemetery. Visitation was held Thursday evening, Oct. 27, at the funeral chapel. Mrs. Haun was born Jan. 7, 1919, at Stonewall, the daughter of Willie Burg and Friedaricke Engel Burg. She married Arthur Erwin Haun on Dec. 11, 1946, at Bethany Lutheran Church. He preceded her in death. She is survived by six children and spouses, including Carolyn and Marvin Grosenbacher of Center Point; Arthur and Kathlyn Haun Jr. of Fredericksburg; Loyce and John Hoffmann of Colorado Springs, CO; Marie and Farzin Ghafouri of San Diego, CA; William and Jacke Haun of San Antonio, and Jim and Barbara Young of Jackson, MS. Also surviving are 12 grandchildren, eight great-grandsons and one great-great-grandson; two sisters, Delrose Cearley of San Antonio and Laverne Stehling of Kerrville; a brother and sister-in-law, J.P. and Darlene Burg of Dallas, and a sister-in-law, Dorothy Maurer of Kerrville. In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Haun was preceded in death by one brother, Clifton Burg, and three sisters, including Cora Brehmer, Meta Pahl and Willie Mae Nebgen. Memorials may be made to Bethany Lutheran Church, the VFW Ladies’ Auxiliary or to the charity of choice. Pallbearers included Bobby Burg, Michael Stehling, John Cearley, Tom Pahl, Stephen Burg and Gary Nebgen. Lanne Brehmer was an honorary pallbearer.
Hawkes, Elizabeth: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 26 October 2011
Elizabeth Stephens Hawkes passed away Oct. 17, 2011 at the age of 93 in Fredericksburg, Texas after a long illness. Mrs. Stephens Hawkes served as an educator and media specialist in the Pinellas County school system for 45 years, working to improve community literacy. She was a member of the two committees that chose the Newberry Medal and Caldecott Medal national children’s book awards for more than a decade. She was active in elected leadership roles of the American Library Association from the 1950’s through 2006. She was a proud graduate of the University of Georgia and a member of Alpha Omega Pi sorority, and a past-president of the Pinellas County chapter. She was married for 38 years to Paul Bramblett Stephens, a leader in special education in Pinellas County and throughout Florida. She continued honoring her late husband by supporting and significantly contributing to the Paul B. Stephens School for Exceptional Children in Clearwater. Following Mr. Stephens’ death, she married Mr. Bill Hawkes, who has been her husband for the past 31 years. She is survived by her husband, Mr. Hawkes; sisters-in-law June Stephens Bond, Louise Stephens, Cay Meadows, and seven nieces and nephews. A graveside service was held at Sylvan Abby Cemetery in Clearwater, FL, at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011. Arrangements were under the direction of Anderson- McQueen Family Tribute Centers, 2201 Dr. MLK St. North, Clearwater, FL.
Hays, Patricia Ann: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 27 December 2012
Patricia Ann Roth Hays, of Fredericksburg and Spring, Texas passed away Sunday, Dec. 16, 2012. Patricia is survived by her husband, Hollis M. Hays; daughters, Terri Hays Tiedt and husband, Barry, and Holly Ann Hays; son, Patrick Easton Hays and wife, Beth; grandsons, Andre’ Hollis Hays and Easton Riley Hays; and granddaughters, Patricia Claire Tiedt and Peyton Frances Hays. Also surviving, is one brother, E.J. Roth, Jr. and wife, Linda of Gonzales, Louisiana, along with numerous nephews, nieces and cousins. Visitation with the family was held on Thursday, Dec. 20, from 6-8 p.m., in the Chapel of Klein Funeral Home Champion Forest, where the Rosary was recited at 7 p.m. A Funeral Mass was held at 11 a.m., on Friday, December 21, at Prince of Peace Catholic Community, 19222 Tomball Parkway, Houston, Texas 77070. A private family interment took place in Klein Memorial Park FM 2920.
Hayward, Keith J.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 10 Aug 2011
Keith J. (Kenny) Hayward, 52, of Fredericksburg, died Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011, at Hill Country Memorial Hospital. Graveside services led by his children and interment were held Saturday, Aug. 6, at 4 p.m., in the Family Chapel at Greenwood Cemetery. Visitation was held beforehand. Arrangements were under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home. Hayward was born Aug. 6, 1958, in New Orleans, LA. His parents were Raymond Hayward and Carol Adams Hayward. He married Alicia Roccaforte on May 21, 1981, in Turkey Creek, LA and she survives. In addition to his wife, Hayward is survived by one daughter, four sons and spouses, including Adam and Laura Hayward of Florida, Ross and Christina Hayward of Oklahoma, Robin and Laura Hayward of Arizona, Kenny and Amy Hayward and Angela Hayward, all of Fredericksburg Also surviving are five grandchildren, his step-father, George Raymond Hayward of Arkansas; two brothers, Robert (Bob) Hayward and Michael Dufrene, and two sisters, Cindy Gisclair and Stacey Cressonie. He was preceded in death by his mother and one brother, George Hayward.
Hazer, Ralph Edwin: Ralph Edwin Hazen, 76, died on Friday, Jan. 19, 1996 in the Windcrest Nursing Home in Fredericksburg.
Graveside services and interment were held in the Greenwood Cemetery on Monday, Jan. 22, with the Rev. Larry Foster officiating. Schaetter Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Hazer was born in Jamestown, ND, on June 3, 1919, the son of Weald Hazer and Hilda Peterson Hazer. He married Jean Abrams in Hicksville, NY, June 23, 1947 and she survives. Hazer was retired military, having served in the U.S. Army as a Second Lieutenant for 26 months and retiring as a Major after serving for 25 years and nine months in the Department of the Air Force. In addition to his wife, he is survived by one daughter, a son and their spouses: Sandra and Mike Felvman of Westminster, MD; Ralph and Margaret Hazer Jr. of Fredericksburg; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Linda Stahl. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 24 Jan 1996; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Heard, Andrew Walter Jr.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 27 December 2012
Andrew Walter Heard Jr. of Fredericksburg passed away on Monday, Dec. 17, 2012, in the Hill Country Memorial Hospital at the age of 83 years. Born, reared and married in Port Arthur, Texas, Mr. Andrew Heard Jr. proudly served his country as a member of the U.S. Marine Corps. Growing up, Mr. Andrew Heard Jr. was called “Jackie.” As an adult, he was known as “Andy” to his friends, neighbors, acquaintances, colleagues and his immediate family. He graduated college from Texas Tech University and worked for 32 years as an employee of the federal government. During his career, Mr. Andrew “Andy” Heard Jr. lived with his family in Texas, Colorado, Wyoming, Nevada and Virginia. He retired to Fredericksburg from the Bureau of Land Management in 1984. During his retirement, Andy Heard helped to organize the local chapter of NARFE (National Association of Retired Federal Employees) and served as its president and bereavement officer. He enjoyed keeping in touch with his colleagues, taking road trips with his wife, serving as an elder at his church, and having his children and grandchildren visit. Mr. Andrew Heard Jr. is survived by his wife of 62 years: Mary Jane Kraitchar Heard; daughter and son-in-law: Mary Elizabeth and Curtis Freemont of Reno, NV; son and daughter-in-law: Walter and Norma Heard of Houston and Fredericksburg; son and daughter-in-law: William and Debra Heard of Odessa; his niece: Dr. Sandra Heard and husband, Dr. Tim Clark of San Antonio; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Mr. Andrew Heard Jr. is preceded in death by his parents, Andrew W. Heard Sr. and Tommie Inez Henderson Heard, and also his brother, William Heard. Visitation was held Friday, Dec. 21, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., in the chapel of Schaetter Funeral Home in Fredericksburg. Funeral services for Mr. Andrew “Andy” Heard Jr. were held Saturday, Dec. 22, at 10 a.m., at Memorial Presbyterian Church in Fredericksburg with Reverend Ann Hoch officiating. Graveside services and interment followed in the Greenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were his sons: Walter Heard and William Heard; his grandsons: Kevin Heard, Paul Heard and Eric Heard, and his son in- law: Curtis Freemont. Afterward, the family received friends and guests in the fellowship hall of the Memorial Presbyterian Church
Mrs. Joseph Heep, nee Helene Enderlin, died at her home near Luckenbach on Thursday of this week after a short illness caused by pneumonia. The deceased lady was 41 years, 11 months and 3 days old at the time of her death. She is survived by her husband and several children, and other relatives who reside in this county. The funeral was held on Friday and burial made in the Catholic cemetery near Luckenbach. The bereaved family have the sympathy of a large number of friends. [Fredericksburg Standard; Saturday, 2 Feb 1918; died 31 Jan 1918; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Mr. Paul Heep son of Mr. and Mrs. John Heep of Stonewall, died at the family home on Monday might of this week after a short illness produced by Spanish influenza. The young man was 21 years, 6 months and 3 days old at the time of his death. The funeral took place from the residence of Mr. Theo. Heep in Fredericksburg, Thursday morning, and burial was made in the Catholic cemetery. Rev. Father Gerlach conducting the funeral service. The parents and family have the sympathy of a large circle of friends in their sad bereavement. [Fredericksburg Standard; Saturday 19 Oct 1918; died 14 Oct 1918; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Heidebrecht, Iva Fern: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 6 March 2013
Iva Fern (Keesling) Heidebrecht, age 81, born Oct. 16, 1931 in Sylvia, Kans., passed away Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013 at home, surrounded by her family. She was employed for many years in the family-owned telephone business and was a homemaker, mother and grandmother. She is survived by her husband, Donald, whom she married on Feb. 12, 1950 in Burrton, Kans., and three daughters, Peggy Diane Hannon (Joe) Fredericksburg, Texas; Linda Maria Heidebrecht-Sovich (Charlie) Des Moines, Iowa, and Susan Ann Ambroson (Terry) Urbandale, Iowa; 10 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one son, William Donald Heidebrecht; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.G. Keesling, and one sister, Vita Chapman. Three sisters and one brother survive: Ella Collins Colcord of Forest Grove, Ore., Aline Oswald of La Mirada, Calif., Maxine Lundstrom and George Keesling of Hutchinson, Kans. Fern was a member of Eastern Star, Fredericksburg United Methodist Church, Choose Life Sunday School Class and United Methodist Women/Friendship Circle. She was an accomplished seamstress, making most of her children’s clothes when they were small, sewing for her grandchildren and for the Hospital Guild. Fern loved sports. She played softball as a young woman and golf until her health no longer permitted. She then enjoyed watching golf, tennis and football on television. A memorial service was held Friday, March 1, 10 a.m. at Fredericksburg United Methodist Church. Burial will be in the family plot in Burrton Cemetery, Burrton, Kans. over Memorial Day weekend.
Heiligenthal, Susan Ann: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 6 June 2012
Susan Ann Feller Heiligenthal, 59, of Austin, died Saturday, May 19, 2012. Funeral services were held Wednesday, May 23, at 10:30 a.m. at Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Austin. Graveside services and interment followed that afternoon at the Meusebach Creek Cemetery near Fredericksburg. Mrs. Heiligenthal was born July 7, 1952, in Fredericksburg, the daughter of Werner Henry Feller and Julia Mae Heimann Feller. She married Paul Heiligenthal 32 years ago and he survives. A 1970 Fredericksburg High School graduate, Mrs. Heiligenthal attended the University of Texas, receiving a bachelor’s degree in German in 1974. She taught at Elgin High School before enrolling in the University of Texas Law School in 1977 and received her law degree in 1980. She accepted a position as an attorney at the Texas Association of School Boards where she practiced for eight years before leaving in 1988 to enter private practice. After a brief intercession of working at the Texas Department of Insurance and the Bob Roberts Law Firm, she opened a private practice. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Heiligenthal is survived by two daughters, Laura Heiligenthal of Austin and Katherine Heiligenthal of Baton Rouge, La.; her parents, Werner and Julia Feller of Fredericksburg; her sister, Jean Feller of Austin; and her brother and sister-in-law, Dennis and Jennifer Feller of Colorado Springs, Colo. She was preceded in death by her brother, Ronald Keith Feller.
Heimann, Alma: Mrs. Alvin Heimann, 97, nee Alma Jost, of Fredericksburg, died Monday, April 9, 2007.
Funeral services were held Thursday, April 12, in the chapel of Fredericksburg Funeral Home with the Rev. Bobby Vitek officiating. Marjorie Ottmers was the organist and Polly Priess, the vocalist. Interment followed in Der Stadt Friedhof. Visitation was held Wednesday evening and Thursday morning at the funeral chapel. Mrs. Heimann was born Sept. 26, 1909, in Fredericksburg, the daughter of John Henry Jost and Dora Ahrens Jost. She married Alvin Heimann on Nov. 18, 1944, in Fredericksburg. He preceded her in death. For many years, she served as secretary/bookkeeper for her husband's plumbing business. She is survived by numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Heimann was preceded in death by three brothers and two sisters, including Theo Lange, Richard Jost, Elgin Jost, Lena Kirchner and Dor4a Priess. Pallbearers included Myron Jost, Gary Jost, Shaun Jost, Ricky Priess, Glenn Priess and Elmer Hanson. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 18 Apr 2007; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Heimann, Louise Margaret: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 30 November 2011
Mrs. Erno Heimann, 85, nee Louise Margaret Kunz of Fredericksburg, died Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011, at Knopp Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. A funeral mass was celebrated Monday, Nov. 28, at 10 a.m., at St. Mary’s Catholic Church with Deacon Patrick Klein officiating. Mary Ann Murchison was the pianist and Donna Durst, the vocalist. The St. Mary’s Adult Choir also sang. Interment followed at St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery. Mrs. Heimann was born Oct. 12, 1926, at Luckenbach, the daughter of Otto Kunz and Sophie Segner Kunz. She married Erno Heimann on July 6, 1948, in Fredericksburg. He preceded her in death. Survivors include a sister and brother-in-law, Rosalie and John Henry Klaerner of Fredericksburg. In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Heimann was preceded in death by two sisters and three brothers, including Gertrude, Mrs. Benno Jung; Theo Kunz; Paulina, Mrs. Clemens Maurer; Edmund Kunz and Richard Kunz. Memorials may be made to the St. Mary’s Parish Capital Campaign, Holy Ghost Lutheran Church or to the charity of choice. Pallbearers included Tony Jung, Herbert Kunz, Danny Caughlin, Kevin Kunz, Tim Underwood and Temple Klett.
Heimann, Rubie Bertha: Mrs. Harry O. Heimann, 91, nee Rubie Bertha Danz, died on Monday, Jan 3, 1994, in Knopp Nursing Home No. 2.
Funeral services were held on Wednesday, Jan. 5, in the chapel of the Schaetter Funeral Home with the Rev. James Bouzard officiating. Mrs. C. L. Weinheimer was the organist and Mrs. Rhonda Schaetter, the vocalist. Interment was in Der Friedhof. Mrs. Heimann was a native of Blanco County and was born on Sept. 19, 1902, the daughter of Reinhold Danz and Sidonia Weiershausen Danz. She married Harry Otto Heimann on Feb. 1, 1923, in Rheingold, and he preceded her in death on Feb. 16, 1955. She is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, Kermit and Antonette "Tony" Heimann of Hot Springs, AR, and two daughters-in-law, Ruby, Mrs. Oliver Heimann of Fredericksburg and Elma, Mrs. Alton Heimann of Austin. Also surviving are eight grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren; nine step-great-grandchildren and one step-great-great-grandchild. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by two sons, Alton and Oliver Heimann and a daughter-in-law, Florine Heimann; and three brothers, Erwin Danz, Victor Danz and Max Danz. Pallbearers were Jeffrey Heimann, George Pawkett, Clayton Grona, Walter Kirchner, Craig Grona and James Madison. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 12 Jan 1994; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Heinen, Adelheid Lillian: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 17 October 2012
Mrs. Clemens Heinen, 92, nee Adelheid Lillian Biermann, of Comfort, died Sunday, Oct. 7, 2012. Funeral services were held Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 2 p.m. in the Schaetter Funeral Home chapel in Comfort with the Rev. Jim Holt officiating. Karen Busbee was the pianist and soloist. Graveside services and interment followed in the Comfort Cemetery. Visitation was held on Tuesday evening and Wednesday at the funeral home. Mrs. Heinen was born May 6, 1920, in Kendall County, the daughter of Louis Biermann Sr. and Ida Sprott Biermann. She married Clemens Heinen on Sept. 21, 1941, in Immanuel Lutheran Church in Comfort and he survives. She was preceded in death by five sisters and four brothers including Lizzy Biermann, Selma Herbort, Erna Haufler, Paula Flach, Edna Murphy, Edwin Biermann, Louis Biermann Jr., Kurt Biermann and Benno Biermann. Memorials may be made to the charity of choice. Pallbearers were David Biermann, Ross Murphy, Bill Harrell, Chris Lindemann, Bob Fournier, Bobby Heinen, LeRoy Bohnert and Aubrey Biermann.
Heinemann, Eugene Jerome: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 15 August 2012
Heinemann (3 June 1943 - 6 August 2012) was born to Joe Anton and Louise Esquell Heinemann. He is survived by his wife, Sherron Eberle Heinemann..
Heinemann, Louise: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 11 January 2012
Louise Esquell Heinemann, 95, of Fredericksburg, formerly of Harper, died Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2012, at the Knopp Assisted Living Center. Louise was born in Gillespie County April 10, 1916, to Anton Esquell and Emma Roeder Esquell. The middle child in a family of five, she was preceded in death by her brothers Henry, Elgin, and Joe and sister Thekla Mrosek, as well as her parents, husband Joe, and son Sidney. She is survived by six children, seven grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren. Louise attended the one-room school in the Reservation Community, completing her schooling with the eighth grade. On the family farm, she had many daily and seasonal chores, later remembering picking cotton as one of her least favorite tasks. On April 29, 1941, she and Joseph Anton Heinemann were married in St. Anthony Catholic Church in Harper and began their life together on the family ranch west of Harper. Her days were filled with the many chores of ranch life and homemaking -- gardening, sewing, cooking and baking, and preserving food. After their first child, Sidney, was born in March 1942, her days became even busier. Eventually, the family would grow to include seven children. As Louise’s role in the family focused on child-rearing, she relied on her strong Catholic faith to sustain her through difficult times. Her children recall their mother having them say the Rosary in the evenings at home. The younger children remember having to miss “The Beverly Hillbillies” on TV, because they were attending Wednesday evening church services. For her faithful service through the years, Louise was honored as a lifetime member of the St. Ann’s Society of the St. Anthony church. As her children entered school and progressed through the grades, Louise was an active participant in the parent-teacher organization and her family’s many school activities. She was known as someone who could be called upon to support the school and her community when there was a task to be done. After her husband Joe died suddenly on Dec. 27, 1967, Louise faced her life’s greatest challenge. As a woman who had never worked outside the home, she was left with four children still at home and meager financial resources. In Typical fashion, she faced the challenge head-on. She quickly found employment as a cook at the Longhorn Cafe in Harper, and her cooking and baking skills became a source of much-needed family income. Meanwhile, with the help of her children, she continued to run the family ranch, raising food for the family and bringing in income from ranching activities. After her children completed their education and left home, Louise remained on the ranch until 1982, when she moved to a small house on Travis Street in Fredericksburg. She continued to maintain the Harper ranch, keeping cows and sheep there Until well into her 70s. In Fredericksburg she enjoyed making new friends and re-connecting with numerous relatives. St. Mary’s Catholic Church became her new church home. In Fredericksburg, Louise had the essentials of a happy life: a garden where she could continue to grow vegetables and a large yard that overflowed with beautiful flowering plants each summer. Always a walker, while she earlier had enjoyed long walks on the family ranch, she now took to the streets of Fredericksburg for her daily walks. Some of her family accused her of socializing more than walking, as she waved to her neighbors and stopped to chat with folks along the way With her move to Fredericksburg, Louise’s reputation as a great cook and baker grew even wider. She was especially known for her homemade cinnamon rolls, pecan pies, fruit preserves and meringue pies, and she had numerous blue ribbons from the Gillespie County Fair over the years to prove it. She loved cooking a full meal and special sweets for her children and grandchildren as they came for holidays and weekend visits. She also continued to supplement her income by cooking and baking at Engel's Deli, then Jere's Tea Room, and finally, the Golden Hub until her retirement in 1996 at the age of 80. Louise always loved a good party -- a chance to eat sweets and chat with friends and relatives. In Fredericksburg there were many opportunities to socialize and to celebrate her German heritage. She loved speaking German and being addressed in German, and she loved the German music and dances. She looked forward to celebrating the many family weddings, which always culminated in good food and dancing. In early 2008, Louise was no longer able to live alone, and she moved to the Knopp Assisted Living Center. Though she would have preferred remaining in her own home, she was blessed never to have any major illnesses or diseases until a gradual decline in health during the last several months and her final illness several days prior to her death. She is survived by three sons and three daughters and their spouses: Eugene and Sherron Heinemann of Austin, Emma and Daniel Krenek of Manchaca, Roy and Betsy Heinemann of Hempstead, Leo and Elaine Heinemann of Cuero, Mary and Buzz Roye of Cave Creek, and Linda Heinemann of Houston. Also surviving are her grandchildren and spouses: Deborah and Chris Jistel of Austin, Dean and Brandi Krenek of Mesquite, Kimberly and Scott Holder of Cuero, Kyle and Emily Heinemann of Huntsville, Rebecca Heinemann and Sean Lanham of Arlington, Sarah Heinemann of Garland, and Kristin and Kevin Utterback of Huntsville, Alabama. Her great-grandchildren are: Thomas and Kaitlyn Jistel and Sydney Sierra of Austin; Allyson and Erik Krenek of Mesquite; and Hannah, Wesley, and Andrew Heinemann of Huntsville. Visitation and a vigil service led by Deacon Curtis Klein were held Friday, Jan. 6 at the Schaetter Funeral Home. Mass of the Resurrection was celebrated by Msgr. Enda McKenna at St. Mary’s Catholic Church at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 7. Mary Murchison was the pianist, and Tricia Eilers was the cantor. In keeping with Louise's long-standing request, the service included singing of the hymn “How Great Thou Art." Interment services followed in St. Anthony's Catholic Cemetery in Harper. Pallbearers were Leslie Esquell, Kyle Heinemann, Chris Jistel, Thomas Jistel, Dean Krenek, Tony Maimer and Tommy Mrosek. The St. Ann’s Society hosted lunch at St. Anthony’s A.A. Gitter Hall following the burial.
Heinemann, Minnie Sophie: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 30
Mrs. Monroe Heinemann, 89, nee Minnie Sophie Durst of Fredericksburg, died Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011, at Hill Country Memorial Hospital. A funeral mass was celebrated Friday, Nov. 25, at 10 a.m., at St. Mary’s Catholic Church with the Rev. Jeff Pehl officiating. Mary Ann Murchison was the organist and Tim Cervantes, the vocalist. Interment followed in the St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery Mausoleum. Arrangements were under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home where visitation and a vigil service were held Thursday evening, Nov. 24. Mrs. Heinemann was born Feb. 22, 1922, in Llano County, the daughter of Harry Durst and Dora Miiller Durst. She married Monroe Heinemann on Nov. 12, 1942, at St Mary’s Catholic Church and he survives. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Heinemann is survived by two daughters, one son and spouses, including Dolores and Jonathan Riba of Arlington, Daniel and Jacqueline Heinemann of Austin, and Dorinda, Mrs. Gary Story of Tow. She is also survived by seven grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild and a sister, Pearl, Mrs. Roman Mosel of Fredericksburg. Mrs. Heinemann was preceded in death by her parents; a son, Patrick John Heinemann, and a son-in-law, Gary Story. Memorials may be made to the St. Mary’s Parish Capital Campaign or to the charity of choice. Pallbearers included Cole Crenwelge, Russell Crenwelge, Bryan Miiller, Michael Riba, Anthony Baumann and Heiko Doerr.
Heinsohn, John Richard: John Heinsohn, born in New York City on Sept. 27, 1968, rose to become a dedicated father and a decorated officer in the Unites [sic] [United] States Merchant Marine.
He was the adopted and adored son of Irene W. Konrad and John P. Heinsohn, and later, the much loved stepson of Joseph Fuerst. He attended the East Williston schools on Long Island, and grew up in New Hyde Park graduating with honors from Chaminade High School in 1986. A 1990 graduate of the United States Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, he immediately sailed into the dangerous waters of the Persian Gulf, as third and second mate aboard the Cape Florida and Camp Rise in the first Gulf War known as Operation Desert Storm. He served with distinction as a skilled professional mariner. Heinsohn came to Fredericksburg, Texas in 2004 to help care for his aging mother and stayed by her bedside until she passed away in the fall of 2005. then, he continued to care for his own family in the family estate. John was always one of the gang, and held a warm and high regard for his shipmates and friends. A loving father and partner, he was a unique individual. He died as he lived, in mid-stride, full of energy, mirth and good will and he did it his way. He is survived by his father, his dedicated partner, Julee and his adorable girls, Jolee, Keilee and Hannah. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; June 23, 2010; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Heiser, Gusie DeWayne: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 13 July 2011
Gusie DeWayne Heiser, 59, of Fredericksburg, died Monday, July 4, 2011. Services were held Thursday, July 7, at 3 p.m., at Impact Christian Fellowship in Kerrville with the Rev. David Danielson officiating. Graveside services and interment were held Sunday, July 10, at 3 p.m., at the Pearsall Cemetery in Pearsall. Arrangements were under the direction of Fredericksburg Funeral Home. Heiser was born March 27, 1952, in Pearsall, the son of Willie Gustav Heiser and Estelle Lillian Varna Heiser. He married Deborah Lord on Dec. 29, 1973, in Pearsall, and she survives. He was a minister and a machinist. In addition to his wife, Heiser is survived by two daughters and two sons, including Jacob Austin Heiser of Pearsall; Destinee Dione Sauer and her husband, Russell; Caleb Lord Heiser, and Rebekkah Whitney Loren McFarland and her husband, Peter, all of Fredericksburg; and 12 grandchildren. Also surviving are two brothers and two sisters, including Billy Wayne Heiser and his wife, Gail; Dannye Lane Heiser and Mary Louise Topperwein, all of Pearsall, and Linda Baenziger and her husband, David, of Seguin.
Henderson, George G. Jr.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post 18 Aug 2011
George G. Henderson Jr., 81, of Fredericksburg, died Sunday, July 31, 2011. Arrangements and cremation were under the direction of Fredericksburg Funeral Home. Henderson was born Oct. 31, 1929, in Barrancabermeja, Columbia, South America, the son of G.G. Henderson Sr. and Genevieve Beede Henderson. After spending a semester as an exchange student at the University of Chihuahua, Mexico, Henderson went on to receive his bachelor of arts and master of arts degrees from the University of Texas at Austin. He served in the U.S. Navy Reserves from 1952-1955 in communications at New Orleans, LA ,and Galveston. He taught science in Sanderson, Water Valley, San Angelo Junior College and Del Rio High School. Henderson was the head biologist for Texas Parks and Wildlife Department public waters from 1964-1972 from El Paso to Del Rio. He also served as head biologist during the construction of Amistad Dam. Henderson is survived by four sons and spouses, including George D. Henderson of Dallas; William M. (Will) and Linda Henderson of Fredericksburg; Perry E. and Kathi Henderson of Del Rio; Patrick W. and Kelly Henderson of Oklahoma City, OK; 14 grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Douglas Henderson, and a sister, Elaine Henderson.
Henderson, James Morris: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 18 January 2012
James Morris Henderson, 92, of Llano, died Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012, at Seton/Kyle Hospital in Kyle. Funeral services were held Monday, Jan. 16, at 2 p.m. at Waldrope Hatfield Hawthorne Funeral Home Chapel in Llano with the Rev. Larry Hausenfluke officiating. Interment followed in the Llano City Cemetery. Henderson was born Nov. 5, 1919, in Llano County, the son of James Horace Henderson and Imogene Redford Winkler Henderson. He married Dorothy Lee Haberer on July 25, 1947, and she survives. Following graduation from Llano High School, Henderson attended Texas A&M University and in the summer of 1942 enlisted in the United States Navy, serving in the Asiatic Pacific and Philippines during World War II, receiving numerous awards and citations for his service. Over the years, he ranched in Llano County and was employed by the U.S. Post Office in Llano from 1955-1980. He was a member of the Llano County Soil Conservation District, a board member of the Llano Memorial Hospital and a member and deacon at Valley Springs Primitive Baptist Church. The Hendersons retired to Wimberley in 2001. In addition to his wife, Henderson is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, Jim and Gene Henderson of Wimberley, four step-grandchildren and seven step-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, and two sisters, Geraldine Jordan and Inell Henderson. Pallbearers included Larry Bush, Jimmy Shook, Gene Scott, Harold Scott, Eddie Henderson and Jim Ike Dodson.
Henke, Cecilia "Celie": Mrs. Sidney M. Henke, 93, nee Cecilia "Celie" Hartmann, of Fredericksburg, died Saturday, March 19, 2011, at Knopp Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
A funeral mass was celebrated Tuesday, March 22, at 10 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church with the Rev. Jim Harnan officiating. Mary Ann Murchison was the organist. Jackie Kunz and Dennis Hannemann sang. Interment followed at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements were under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home where visitation and a vigil service were held Monday evening, March 21. Mrs. Henke was born May 31, 1917, in Gillespie County, the daughter of Robert Hartmann and Bertha Meurer Hartmann. She married Sidney M. Henke on April 14, 1937, at St. Mary's Catholic Church. He preceded her in death. Prior to retirement, she was a cashier at Central Texas Electric Cooperative. Survivors include one daughter, one son and spouses, including Patricia "Patsy" and Donald "Buddy" Streetman of Austin and Robert S. "Bob" and Mary Lee Henke of Fredericksburg. She is also survived by eight grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, and two sisters-in-law, Ruby, Mrs. B. P. Hartmann, and Dorothy Hannemann and her husband, Hans. In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Henke was preceded in death by two brothers, Lawrence Hartmann and B. P. Hartmann and two brothers who died in infancy. Memorials may e made to the St. Mary's School Endowment Fund, the Catholic Daughters, Hill Country Memorial Hospice or to the charity of choice. Pallbearers included Stephen Scott, Jeffrey Scott, Keith Henke, Brian Moon, Fr. Kelley Moon, James Heard, Michael Heard and Brad Streetman. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; Wednesday, March 30, 2011; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Henke, Gwen: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 11 April 2012
Gwen Henke, of Fredericksburg, passed away on Sunday, April 1, 2012 at the age of 83. Mrs. Henke is survived by a son, Allen Henke and wife, Marsha, of Fredericksburg; a daughter, Susan Bryla and husband, Carroll, of Fredericksburg; a sister, Carol Ann Smith and husband, Victor, of Alvin; one grandson, Eric Bryla and wife, Jennifer, of Fredericksburg and two great-grandchildren, William and Jake Bryla. She was preceded in death by her husband, Roy Henke, and a granddaughter, Nicole Bryla. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, April 4, at 10 a.m. at Holy Ghost Lutheran Church with Rev. David Priem officiating. Interment followed in Greenwood Cemetery. Visitation with the family was held Tuesday evening from 4 to 8 p.m. at Beckmann Funeral Home. Serving as pallbearers were Russell Kott, Brian Eckhardt, Kyle Eckhardt, Eric Bryla, Freddie Klein and Victor Smith. Gwen was born in Fredericksburg on Nov. 13, 1928 to Ralph Gold and Helen Henke Gold. She was a graduate of Fredericksburg High School and on April 22, 1947 married Roy R. Henke in Junction, Texas. They made their home on the Henke ranch and through the years Gwen helped Roy with the family business "Henke’s" located midway between Kerrville and Fredericksburg. Gwen loved being outdoors and caring for her yard. She enjoyed traveling with Roy and spending time at the lake. Gwen was a lady full of grace and charm.
Henshaw, George Allen III: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 13 July 2011
George Allen Henshaw III was born to Walter Anderson & Frances Allen (Milner) Henshaw on Sept. 27, 1935, in Bexar County, Texas. He passed away on July 5, 2011, in Canyon Lake, Texas at the age of 75. He is survived by his daughter, Michelle Henshaw Baur, from his first marriage to Virginia Louise Kelso. He is also survived by his sons; Walter Anderson Henshaw and wife, Lynne, Paul Anderson Shody Lee Henshaw and wife, Lisa. He had seven grandchildren: T.J. Brown, Tasia Jahns, Terrin Ellis Baur, Hailey Savannah Baur, Ashley Nicole Henshaw, Zachary Henshaw and Shoadi Leigh Henshaw. He was preceded in death by his wife, Hazel Claire Gasch Henshaw and son, George Allen Henshaw IV. . George married Hazel Gasch on Dec. 10, 1962 after a brief 10 day courtship. It was true love at first sight. George told Hazel on their first date he was going to marry her--and he did! Hazel was raised on her father’s dairy farm in Poteet, TX and met George at a local eatery in S. Texas. Married for 45 years, they owned and operated several businesses, including Hill Country Dry Cleaners and Lackland Terrace Cleaners in the 1960’s and eventually opened a gas station / convenience store out on 281 N in 1971 called the Iron Skillet. In 1982, the store was renamed Henshaw Brothers Store. By selling sausage on a stick and mutton burgers off a small BBQ pit to local workers, the little country store expanded into Mouse’s Smokehouse Restaurant in 1985. “Mouse’s” as it became known, grew into a South Texas BBQ icon over the next 23 years. It became one of the most well known eating establishments and landmarks at the 281 North corridor until the Henshaw family sold the business in 2004. “Mouse’s” was named after George’s wife, Hazel, who he gave the nickname to after lovingly referring to her as the “church mouse” for many years. Hazel ran the restaurant along with her #1 son Allen and her two other children Andy and Shody.
George grew up in San Antonio and went to Alamo Heights High School in the early 1950’s where he starred on the football team and went on to Trinity University and played Football for the Tigers too. George was brought up in a wealthy oil and cattle family who had their roots in Oklahoma. The original Henshaw Brothers – George’s father Walter and his two uncles George Allen II and Paul, struck it rich in the oil fields of Oklahoma and eventually expanded into the cattle business. The Henshaw Brothers at one time had the largest herd of Red Angus cattle in the world, even presenting President John F. Kennedy with a prized Red Angus on the White House lawn. George's father Walter was a past president of the Red Angus Association of America. Owning several South Texas ranches George’s family eventually settled in San Antonio where they became staple members of the San Antonio Country Club and spent their time between their homes in Alamo Heights and their summer home on the San Antonio Riverwalk located at 515 Villita which eventually became the Fig Tree Restaurant which is still in operation today and was known historically as the Gray Guilbeau House. It was one of the last private dwellings in LaVillita before the Henshaws sold it to the Phelps family in 1970. George and Hazel eventually settled out on 20 acres off 281 N. where they raised their three children and ran the family BBQ business. George spent his later years to himself in retirement and spending time with his family. Private graveside services were held Saturday, July 9, at 1 p.m., at Rutledge Cemetery in Poteet, Texas. Arrangements were under the direction of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, New Braunfels, TX
Herbig, John "Jack": John "Jack" Franklin Herbig, 78, of Midland, died Sunday, April 17, 2011.
Services were held Thursday, April 21, at 1 p.m. at Christ Church Midland under the direction of Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory of Midland. Herbig was born Dec. 12, 1932, in Colorado Springs, CO, the son of Harold Daniel Herbig and Ruth Wilson Herbig. In 1959, Herbig married Kathryn Anne Setzler and she survives. He graduated from El Campo High School in 1951 and from Texas A&M University in 1955 with a degree in petroleum engineering. Following graduation, he served in the United States Army for two years, spending 16 months in Korea. Afterwards, he took a job with Texaco until 1968 when he went to work for United Energy in San Antonio. In 1978, the Herbig family moved to Midland where he was an independent oil operator. Herbig was a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers for over 50 years. He was a long time member of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church where he served on the vestry, as Junior Warden and was a member of the church's Men's Club. He was a member of Christ Church Midland and had been a member of the Exchange Club. In addition to his wife, Herbig is survived by three sons and daughters-in-law, including John and Lisa Herbig of Midland; Davis and Carla Herbig of Fredericksburg, and Andy and Anabella Herbig of Laredo. He is also survived by six grandchildren and a brother, Harold Herbig of Broken Arrow, OK. Herbig was preceded in death by his parents as well as a grandson, John Franklin Herbig III. Memorials may be made to Hospice Midland, P.O. Box 2621, Midland, TX 79702 or Christ Church Midland, 5501 N. Midkiff Rd., Midland, TX 79705. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; Wednesday, April 27, 2011; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Herbort, Roy William: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 20 July 2011
Roy William Herbort, 83, of Fredericksburg, passed away Sunday, July 10, 2011. Roy was born on Sept. 3, 1927, on the family ranch on Bear Creek Road outside of Fredericksburg, Gillespie County, Texas, to the late Walter and Meta (Althaus) Herbort. He was baptized Oct. 23, 1927, and confirmed March 9, 1942, in Holy Ghost Lutheran Church. He attended Bear Creek School and graduated from Fredericksburg High School in 1945. Roy joined the Navy and was assigned to a submarine but while he was in boot camp, World War II ended, so he was then assigned to a tug boat at Long Beach, California. While there he met Mary Lou Landon and they came to Fredericksburg to be married at Holy Ghost Lutheran on Aug. 16, 1947. After Roy was discharged from the Navy in 1948, he and Mary went to Tyler and Dallas where he completed radio broadcasting school. Roy was a radio announcer in Fredericksburg, Carrizo Springs and Del Rio. He also worked as a ranch hand while living in Del Rio. When the government started the screw worm program, Roy signed on and spent several years flying all over south and west Texas, as well as all over Mexico. He was transferred to Moore Field in Mission, Texas, until the program ended a year later. He got a job as a technician for KENS TV in San Antonio, where the family lived for three years. In 1969, Roy and Mary moved back to Fredericksburg to help Roy’s parents with the operation of the ranch. Roy worked a few years for Triple F Feed, then became a real estate agent. He worked with Nixon Real Estate until about a month before he passed away. Roy passed peacefully in his home on the ranch. Farming and ranching were always an important part of Roy’s life, whether working his own land or helping a neighbor. He served on the Land Conservation Board and expressed the value of conserving this valuable asset. He had a true cowboy’s heart, valuing the simple things of nature above any material goods, and he was always ready to help his fellow man in need. Church was also very important to Roy and his life reflected his strong convictions and close relationship to Christ. Roy was an active member of Holy Ghost Lutheran and served on various committees, including serving as president of the church council. He also served on the Board of Directors at New Horizon MHMR, was a member of the Board of Realtors, and supported the Republican Party. Roy was preceded in death by his wife of 63 years, Mary, and his brother, Walter Herbort, Jr. He is survived by three daughters and their spouses: Janine and Austin Martin of Fredericksburg, Carol and Calvin Bottlinger of Hamilton, and Royce Anne and Lorin Baethge of Fredericksburg. He is also survived by eight grandchildren and their spouses: Sheri and Ted Murphy, James and Alisa Ahrens, and Jerod Ahrens, all of Fredericksburg; Sean and Brenda Forsyth of San Antonio, Annette and Ryan Pool of Del Rio, Aaron and Terry Brooks of Aubrey, Randy and Danielle Baethge of Sanderson, and Cody and Megan Baethge of Kerrville; and 14 greatgrandchildren, who all knew they could expect an offer of a Dr. Pepper, a bowl of ice cream, and an exciting story of the past when they visited. Also surviving Roy is a brother, Elmer Herbort of Stonewall, sister, Alice Burleson of Aquilla, and sister-in-law, Noelia Herbort of Eagle Pass. The funeral service was held Thursday, July 14, 2011 at 10:30 a.m. in Holy Ghost Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Bobby Vitek officiating. Interment was at the Greenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were James Ahrens, Jerod Ahrens, Sean Forsyth, Randy Baethge, Cody Baethge, Ted Murphy, T.A. Brooks and Ryan Pool. Honorary pallbearers were Vic and Marian Nixon. Visitation was held Wednesday evening, July 13, at Schaetter Funeral Home. Those who desire may make memorial contributions to Holy Ghost Lutheran Church, Hill Country Memorial Hospital, or the charity of your choice.
Mr. Wilhelm Herbort, a prominent stockman and farmer of Gillespie County, died at the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Klett, in Fredericksburg on Thursday morning of this week at the age of 62 years, 6 months and 4 days. Mr. Herbort had been ill for about a year and a half, and came to the city for medical attention. Prior to his illness he was a prominent stockman and farmer of the Gold community in this county and was regarded as one of our most highly respected and substantial citizens. He is survived by several children, namely Mesdames Frank Knaapp, Albert Klett, Alfred Gold, Ad. Stahl, Alvin Stahl. The funeral was held at the Cave Creek cemetery on Friday, Rev. Hannemann conducting the funeral service. [Fredericksburg Standard; Saturday, 9 June 1917; died 7 June 1917; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Herrera, Samuel David: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 8 May 2013
There was no brighter day than when Samuel David Herrera was born Sept. 22, 1996 at Cypress Fairbanks hospital in Houston, Texas. He was welcomed, all 9 lbs. 3 oz. of him, by his mother, Tricia Herrera; father, David Herrera, and two sisters, Jessica and Jennifer Herrera. Nor was there a darker day for his family and friends when God called him home on April 20, 2013. We are comforted in the knowledge that evil no longer surrounds him. My girlfriend wrote, “breathe - knowing Sam is an angel in Heaven. You can’t miss him – he’s the one with the biggest wings.” Sam was baptized Sept. 14, 1997 in St John’s Lutheran Church in Cypress, Texas and confirmed May 15, 2011 at Holy Ghost Lutheran Church in Fredericksburg, TX. There wasn’t a sport Sam didn’t want to try. He played five years of soccer with PYSA, five years of baseball with FYBA, and basketball with Upward Bound. But, he discovered his greatest love — football — when he played with the local Rams Football team. In 2008, they went to the State Finals in the Alamodome. In high school, Sam did shot put his freshman year. He played basketball his freshman year and was a starter on JV basketball his sophomore year. He was a starter for football his freshman year and JV football his sophomore year. Sam was moved up to Varsity his sophomore year where he was named a starter and lettered that year as well. Throughout his years in school, he was regularly named to the honor roll. For one of his final gifts, Sam was an eye and tissue donor. “I will go before you, and make the crooked places straight.” - Isaiah 45:2 and we will be together again. Sam is survived by his loving father and mother, David and Tricia Herrera, of Fredericksburg; sisters, Jessica Herrera and Jennifer Herrera, both of Fredericksburg; grandparents, Erlene Wunderlich Kaderli and Ramon and Irene Herrera. He is also survived by aunts and uncles: Jackie and James Jordan, of Athens; Steven and Sheila Kaderli, Fredericksburg; Don and Sandy Herrera, Snyder; Joe and Juanita Herrera, Harper; Raymond and Josefina Herrera, San Antonio; Martha and Alvino Rivera, Fredericksburg, and Louisa Herrera, Fredericksburg. Also surviving are his first cousins: Matt Jordan and Scott Jordan of Athens; Sarah Junell and her husband, Colin, San Antonio; Jonathan Hood and his wife, Katie, Arlington, TN; Don Herrera, Jr., Rose Ann Davison and her husband, Horace, Colorado City, TX; Diana Herrera and her husband, Lynn Applewhite, Dallas; John Herrera and his wife, Julie, Willow City; Anissa Herrera and Annora Herrera, Harper; Robert Herrera, San Antonio; Daniel Rivera, Fredericksburg, and Urvano Herrera Jr., San Antonio. Funeral services were held Wednesday, April 24, at 3 p.m., at Holy Ghost Lutheran Church with the Reverends Bobby Vitek, David Priem and Clint Pluenneke officiating. Worship music was provided by the Holy Ghost Praise Group, with special music provided by Jessica Garcia. Graveside services and interment followed at Greenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Mason Maxcey, Mason Clark, Evan Bell, Mac Jeffers, Scott Jordan, Matt Jordan, Jerold Gaitan and Daniel Rivera. Honorary pallbearers were Aaron Usener, Sergio Cisneros, the FHS varsity and junior varsity football teams, and the Class of 2015. Our sincere thank you to: Fredericksburg EMS; Hill Country Memorial Hospital ER Staff; Chaplain Waylon Cowan; Holy Ghost Lutheran Church Family; Pastor David Priem; Pastor Bobby Vitek; Pastor Clint Pluenneke; Deanne Moellering; Joyce Priem; and Tammy Vitek; Also, Father Enda; Schaetter Funeral Home; Coach Moffett and all the high school and middle school coaching staff; FISD Faculty and Staff; Mark Ball; Bob Walch and Craig Enderlin; And, Sarah Junell; Sheila Kaderli; Julie Herrera; Matt Jordan; Scott Jordan; Sandy, Dave and Aaron Usener; Jaime and Jennifer Ortega; Also, Rathskeller Restaurant; David’s Pit BBQ Family; Frantzen Kaderli & Klier Family; Rhonda Wheeler Photography; Fredericksburg Police Department; Billie Boosters; Class of 2015; And, Sammy’s True Friends. He loved each and every one of you. And, especially to the Fredericksburg Community that held us up in prayer. “If ever there is a tomorrow when we’re not together … there is something you must always remember. “You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. “But the most important thing is, even if we’re apart … I’ll always be with you.” Winnie the Pooh Our world is a little less bright by the loss of our son but we know he was lifted to heaven by God’s Grace on April 20, 2013. Good night my baby boy. Mommy loves you, Daddy loves you, Jess and Jenn love you, Omie loves you, Wella and Wello love you. I will always love you more!
Hernandez, John Paul: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 25 January 2012
John Paul Hernandez, 52, of Fredericksburg, died Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2012. A memorial service was held Friday, Jan. 20, at 4:30 p.m. at Fredericksburg Bible Church with the Rev. Jeremy Thomas officiating. Private interment of the cremains is planned at a later date. Arrangements were under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home. Hernandez was born April 6, 1959, in Brady, the son of Janie Zapata Munoz. He married Julia (Julie) Garcia on June 7, 1980, in Fredericksburg and she survives. In addition to his wife, Hernandez is survived by five daughters and spouses, including Rebecca and Alfonso Villanueva of La Porte; Nicole and Greg Lopez of San Antonio; Jessica Hernandez and Sandra Hernandez, both of Fredericksburg, and Kristina Hernandez of Abilene. He is also survived by one granddaughter; his mother, Janie Munoz; nine sisters, five brothers and spouses, and his father-in-law, Rubin Lozano of Fredericksburg. Hernandez was preceded in death by one sister.
Hernandez, Maria C.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 8 December 2012
Mrs. Alfonso Hernandez, 62, nee Maria C. Galindo of Fredericksburg and formerly of Marathon, died Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, at Hill Country Memorial Hospital. Arrangements were under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home, where visitation was held Sunday, Dec. 2. Interment of cremains is planned at a later date in Mexico. Mrs. Galindo is survived by her husband, Alfonso Hernandez; six sons, two daughters and spouses: Mauricio and Angelica Limon, Marcelino and Zoraida Hernandez, Rosa and Oscar Ureste, Delfino Hernandez, Oscar Hernandez, Fermin and Valtentina Duran, Socorro and Merejildo Diaz and Eberardo Hernandez. Survivors also include 34 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. She is also survived by four brothers: Armando Zamaripas, Antonio Mareo Galindo Garza, Demetrio Garza and Praxedis Galindo Garza.
Hertel, Vera E.: Fredericksburg - Standard - Radio Post; 8 February 2012
Vera E. Hertel, 88, nee Neffendorf, of Kerrville, died Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012. Funeral services were held Friday, Feb. 3, at 1 p.m. at Kerrville Funeral Home in Kerrville with the Rev. W.N. Perkins officiating. Interment followed at the Friedrich Cemetery near Fredericksburg. Arrangements were under the direction of Kerrville Funeral Home. Mrs. Hertel was born Jan. 15, 1924, at Pecan Creek in Gillespie County, the daughter of Richard Neffendorf and Frieda Friedrich Neffendorf. She was married to Elmer N. Hertel who preceded her in death. She was a member of the First Assembly of God in Kerrville and was a Sunday school secretary for 25 years. She was also involved in the Boys and Girls Missionary Crusade, as well as serving on the Women’s Ministries Committee. She is survived by one son and two daughters, including Norma Hertel of Kerrville; Nolan Hertel and his wife, Jennifer, of Norcross, GA, and Karlene Hertel of Overland Park, KS. Also surviving are three grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, three sisters and four brothers, including Laura Gerloff and Louise Smith, both of Kerrville; Bernice Dryden, Felix Neffendorf, Richard Neffendorf and James Neffendorf, all of Fredericksburg, and Lee Neffendorf of Beaumont. In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Hertel was preceded in death by one sister and two brothers.
Hickman, John Paul: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 12 September 2012
Known by many, Loved by some, Respected by all John Paul Hickman was born to the late John Belmar and Esther Marie Hickman on Feb. 15, 1936 in Galveston, Texas. He graduated from St. Thomas Catholic High School in Houston, Texas in 1954. He then attended and graduated Class of 1958 from Texas A&M College with a Bachelors of Business Administration. He also attended Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas and Howard Payne University in Brownwood, Texas to obtain his teaching certification. Paul married Betty Jo Allen on May 22, 1964 and resided in Pinehurst, Texas for 10 years where the Hickman family originally owned land since 1951. On July 23, 1989, Paul and Betty made Fredericksburg their home for the last 25 years. Paul’s long line of work included being a purchasing agent in the oil and gas industry to his passion, teaching and coaching. He retired from Fredericksburg Independent School District in 2002. His hobbies included hunting, fishing, golfing, horse racing and rodeo. He became a Lifetime Member of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo in 1957, a member of the Rodeo Cowboys Association from 1962 to 1975, a Century Club Member of Texas A&M University (Class of 1958), and also a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Fredericksburg, Texas. Paul especially had a deep love and compassion for his family, coaching, teaching and life in general. His big smile and loud laugh will be greatly missed by many. Surrounded by family members, Paul left to be with his Heavenly Father on Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012 at the Fredericksburg Nursing Home and Rehab. Survivors include his wife, Betty Hickman of Fredericksburg; a son and daughter-in-law, J.D. and Glinda Hickman of Willow City, and a daughter and son-in-law, Kim and Robert Solis of Boerne. Also surviving are eight grandchildren, Bri and Lindsey Hickman of Fredericksburg, Kelsi Hickman of San Antonio, Krista Spinks of Stephenville and J.C. Hickman of Willow City, Joseph, Jacob, Jason and Justin Solis of Boerne; and three great-grandchildren, Lily, Levi and Jacelyn. Rest in peace, Pepaw and “Gig’em”. A funeral mass was celebrated Wednesday, Sept. 5, at 10 a.m., at St. Mary’s Catholic Church with Msgr. Enda McKenna officiating. Graveside services and interment followed at St. Mary’s Catholic Cemetery. Pallbearers included John Briar Hickman, John Cory Hickman, Trent Manley, Rodney Carr, Ricky Frantzen, Larry Pesek, Roger Crenwelge and Terry Bonn. Honorary pallbearers were Jerry Robbins, Don Lindquist and Joseph Menard Lorimier III. Visitation was held Tuesday evening, Sept. 4, at Schaetter Funeral Home Chapel. Donations can be made to the National Stroke Foundation and National Arthritis Foundation or charity of your choice.
Hildreth, Prentis Chad: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 24 October 2012
Prentis Chad Hildreth, 41, of Fredericksburg, died Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012. A memorial service was held Saturday, Oct. 20, at 11 a.m. at the family residence, with the Rev. J. Jason Fry officiating. Hildreth was born June 25, 1971, in Texas City, the son of Craig Hildreth and Marsha Criswell Hildreth. A graduate of Dickinson High School, Hildreth attended Cisco Junior College, College of the Mainland in Texas City and Houston Baptist University. He completed training as a massage therapist in Clear Lake and over the years lived in Oregon, Austin and Kerrville. He moved to Fredericksburg two years ago. Survivors include his parents and grandmother, Winifred Criswell. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Travis Criswell and Howard and Ollie Hildreth. Memorials may be made to Serenity Foundation of Texas, 150 Orange St., Abilene, Texas 79601, Hill Country Memorial Hospital Foundation or the Fredericksburg Food Pantry. Arrangements and cremation were under the direction of Beckmann Funeral Home.
Hill, Barbria Ann: Mrs. Tim Hill, 68, nee Barbria Ann Bullard of Kerrville, died Sunday, March 6, 2011.
Graveside services and interment were held Wednesday, March 9, at 11 a.m. in the Family Chapel at Greenwood Cemetery with the Rev. Rick Brann officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home. Mrs. Hill was born Jan 17, 1943, in Hico, the daughter of Lemmuel Floyd Bullard and Inna May Loyd Bullard. She married the Rev. Tim Ward Hill on Nov. 23, 1958, in San Antonio. He preceded her in death. She is survive3d by three daughters, two sons and spouses, including Ricky and Nancy Hill and Rhonda and Robert Kinsey, all of Fredericksburg; Rodney and Shyral Hill of Port Aransas, and Rebecca Alexander and Destiny Hill, both of Kerrville. Survivors also include eight grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, and one sister, Iona Fay Peoples of Pleasanton. In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Hill was preceded in death by a sister, Wonda Morton, and a brother, Calvin Devon Bullard. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or to the charity of choice. Pallbearers included Michael Hill, Tim Brister, Robert Kinsey, Matthew Gumbert, Christopher Gumbert and Mario Rios. Todd Metzger was an honorary pallbearer. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; Wednesday, March 23, 2011; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Hillis, Winslow Martin: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 22 February 2012
Winslow Martin Hillis of Victoria, Texas, formerly of Fredericksburg, passed away Feb. 13, 2012 at the age of 89. He was born Nov. 3, 1922 in Sabinal, Texas the son of Benjamin Winslow Hillis and Clara Kathryn Hill Hillis. On Dec. 21, 1945 Winslow married Beverly Joy Angermiller and they were married for 63 years. Mr. Hillis is survived by two sons and spouses, Don and Merri Hillis of Wharton, Texas, and Robert and Nancy Hillis of Victoria, Texas. Grandchildren, Holly Hillis, Jon and spouse, Sherry Hillis, all of Cedar Park, Texas; Kristin Hillis of College Station, and Jennifer Hillis of San Antonio. Mr. Hillis has two beautiful great-granddaughters Reagan and Blake Hillis of Cedar Park. Also, surviving Mr. Hillis is his brother, Homer Hudson Hillis and wife, Johnnie, of Uvalde, Texas, and sister-in-law and spouse, Helen and Jim Short of Horseshoe Bay, Texas. Mr. Hillis was preceded in death by spouse, Beverly, parents, brothers and sisters, Nolan Hillis, Barnes Hillis, Winnie Clement and Johnnie Faye. Winslow Hillis graduated from Sabinal High School in 1939 and worked for the Woodard ranch (Valdina Farms) in Utopia and Horner’s Ford in Uvalde prior to enlisting in the U.S. Army Air Corps on July 23, 1942. He was commissioned a Second Lieutenant and received flight training as a navigator in B-24’s, B-25’s and B-29’s. Mr. Hillis graduated from Texas A&M with a degree in mechanical engineering in June of 1952 and began his 30-year career with ALCOA at Rockdale, Texas. He also worked at Point Comfort, Texas and Evansville, Indiana prior to retiring in 1982 and moving to Fredericksburg, Texas. He enjoyed raising peaches and for many years had a producing orchard. Pallbearers: Grandson, Jon Hillis; nephews, Homer H. Hillis Jr., David Hillis, John Hillis, Roy Angermiller, and friend John Engel. Funeral services for Winslow Martin Hillis were held on Wednesday, Feb. 15, at 2 p.m., in the chapel of Schaetter Funeral Home in Fredericksburg, with Mr. Tommy Lefan and Homer Hillis officiating. Graveside services and interment followed at Greenwood Cemetery in Fredericksburg. Visitation was held Tuesday evening, Feb. 14, at Schaetter Funeral Home in Fredericksburg.
Hirsch, Cornelia Connie: Cornelia Connie Hirsch, 95, of Arlington and formerly of Fredericksburg, died Saturday Feb. 16, 2008.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 10 a.m. at the Arlington Funeral Home Chapel in Arlington. Visitation was held Monday morning. Mrs. Hirsch was born April 5, 1912, in Boswell, OK, the daughter of Joshua L. and Elwa Stewart. She was a member of the Arlington Woman's Club, Alumni of North Texas State University and First United Methodist Church of Arlington. She is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, including Richard and Sylvia Hirsch and Tom and Gayle Hirsch; three grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren, and a sister and brother-in-law, Marjorie and LeRoy Vanderworth. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; Wednesday, 20 Feb 2008; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Hirsch, Nathan Kyle: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 25 April 2012
Nathan Kyle Hirsch, 41, of Fredericksburg and formerly of Amarillo, died Wednesday, April 11, 2012, as the result of injuries received in a motor vehicle accident. Graveside services and interment were held Tuesday, April 17, in the Llano Cemetery in Amarillo. Arrangements were under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home of Fredericksburg and Boxwell Funeral Home of Amarillo. Hirsch was born April 15, 1970, in Amarillo. Survivors include his mother, Frances Wright Hirsch of Fredericksburg. He was preceded in death by a brother, John Wayne Hirsch Jr.
Hitt, Marylin Fae: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 21 September 2011
Marylin Fae Wisseman Hiss was born on Oct. 31, 1932, in Dallas, Texas to Paul Harry Conrad Wisseman and Lillie Mathilda Lothmann Wisseman. On Sept. 16, 1957, she married Dr. Rankin Virgle Hitt, Jr., in Dallas, Texas, and spent much of their married life in Beaumont, Texas, where Dr. Hitt had a private practice. While raising their children, Marylin, a registered nurse, often helped out in her husband's practice. While her health permitted it, one of her more interesting pastimes was attempting to outshoot the men in her family for the right to the biggest deer each hunting season! After retirement, the couple moved to Richmond, Texas in 1998 to be closer to their children and grandchildren. In her later years, she enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren, reading, and playing Sudoku. Marylin Hitt passed away on Thursday, September 15, 2011, in Richmond, Texas at the age of 78 years. She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Dr. Rankin V. Hitt, Jr.; children, Kathryn Melanee Hart and her husband, J. Barry Hart, Jr.; Fae Lynn Carillo, and Rankin V. Hitt, III and his wife, Stace Dian Hitt; grandchildren, Lauren Melanee Steinhaus, Sean Barry Hart, Madelyn Anne Hart, Diana Camarillo, Austin Rankin Hitt, and Jordan Taylor Hitt; and great-grandchildren, Seth Tobin Steinhaus and Zoey Liana Steinhaus. She was preceded in death by her parents and a great-grandson, Jace Garrett Steinhaus. Funeral services were held on Monday, Sept. 19, 2011, at the Hilda United Methodist Church in Mason County, Texas with Rev. Ray Blundell officiating. Interment was in the Hilda Methodist Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bob Smith, Tim Schmidt, Eldon Kothemann, Tom Wisseman, Roland (Bill) Wisseman, Johnny Passmore and Don Daniel. Honorary pallbearer was Bob Pape.
Hitzfeld, Imogene: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 1 February 2012
Mrs. Fritz Hitzfeld, 85, nee Imogene Newman of Fredericksburg, passed away on Sunday Jan. 22, 2012. Imogene was born Oct. 29, 1926 in Meredosia, IL to Samuel and Serena Francis Floyd Newman. She was married to Fritz Hitzfeld and he preceded her in death. Imogene is survived by four children and spouses: Jim Daniels of Fredericksburg; Diana and Dayton Koch of Fredericksburg; Debbie Kendrick of Quincey, IL, and John and April Hitzfeld of Memphis, TN. She is also survived by nine grandchildren and spouses: Kristi Koch, Kevin and Whitney Koch, Kyle and Heather Koch, John and Cathy Kendrick, Robin and Bruce Mowen, Terri Owens, Jennifer and Jeremy Johnson, Sarah and Trey Gibson, and Hannah Hitzfeld, and eight great-grandchildren. Along with her husband and parents, Imogene was preceded in death by eight brothers and sisters: Samuel Newman Jr., Lena Ruyle, Odean Newman, Lucien Newman, Louise Thompson, Edith Delevan, Grace Clifford and Ethel Mefford. Funeral services were held Wednesday, Jan. 25, at 10 a.m. in the chapel of Schaetter Funeral Home. Interment followed at Der Stadt Friedhof. Pallbearers included Kevin Koch, Kyle Koch, Robin Mowen, Allen Kendrick, Kristi Koch and Dan Sparkman. Honorary pallbearers were John Allen Kendrick, Sarah Gibson and Hannah Hitzfeld. Visitation was held Tuesday, Jan. 24, from 4:30-7:30 p.m. and on Wednesday from 7-10 a.m. in the chapel of Schaetter Funeral Home.
Hobbs, Ima Jessie: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 13 July 2011
Ima Jessie Hobbs, 97, passed away July 7, 2011 in Fredericksburg, TX. She was born on Aug. 7, 1913 in Blanco County to Jessie Edwin Sublett and Lillie Ethel Edwards Sublett. Ima was preceded in death by her parents, brothers and sister, husband of 32 years, Harvie Monroe Hobbs, son, Delbert Van Hobbs, and infant son, Henry Hobbs. She is survived by two sons, Edwin Jefferson “EJ” Hobbs and wife, Mary, and Glen Harvey Hobbs and wife, Eileen “Snuffy”; nine grandchildren, 18 greatgrandchildren, eight great-great-grandchildren as well as many other loving relatives and dear friends. Ima was a member of the First Baptist Church in Johnson City and Eastern Star. Her greatest passion was her faith and her family. She always had a big garden, bread baking in the oven and something sweet on her table “just in case” she had company. She will be remembered for her quick wit, beautiful smile, great laugh, and warm heart, not to mention her baked goodies, noodle salad and her delight in taking our picture. She had more energy in her 90’s than most people have in their 20’s. She was truly an amazing woman and will be sorely missed. Although we are suffering her loss, Heaven is rejoicing in her homecoming. Welcome home Ima and thank you for letting us be a part of your adventure here on earth. Visitation was held from 5-7 p.m., Sunday, July 10, at Crofts Funeral Home in Johnson City. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m., Monday, July 11, at First Baptist Church of Johnson City. Interment followed in the Miller Creek Cemetery. Pallbearers were great-grandsons Kent Lawson, Dillion Doyle, Dustin Doyle, Derek Doyle, Bradley Cox and Jason Cox. Honorary pallbearers were great-grandchildren Dakota Paul, Paul Moellering, Mark Moellering, Seth Moellering, Luke Moellering, Shane Hobbs, Colton Hobbs, Brett Haugeberg, Christopher Moore, Whitney Lawson, Brooke Haugeberg and Melinda Russett.
Hofmann, Marjorie Mae Sophie Lina: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 1 February 2012
Mrs. Travis C. Hofmann, 86, nee Marjorie Mae Sophie Lina Keyser of Fredericksburg, died Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012, at Hill Country Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were held Friday, Jan. 27, at 10 a.m. at Zion Lutheran Church with the Rev. Dr. Faye E. Schott officiating. Mark Hierholzer was the organist. Graveside services and interment followed Friday afternoon at the Gooch Cemetery in Mason. Pallbearers included Brian Bierschwale, Charles Bierschwale, Charles Gerhardt, Billy Henke, Brent Keyser and Lester Kothmann. Honorary pallbearers were Lester Frantzen, Bruce Hofmann and Albert Keyser. Visitation was held Thursday evening, Jan. 26, in the chapel of Schaetter Funeral Home. Marjorie was born June 3, 1925, in Mason County, the daughter of Henry L. Keyser Sr. and Lenora Frantzen Keyser. She married Travis Charles Hofmann on May 10, 1947, at Holy Ghost Lutheran Church. He preceded her in death on Jan. 23, 1975. Over the years, Marjorie and Travis ranched at Loyal Valley in Mason County. After he died, she continued to operate the ranch with assistance from the family. Some time back, she moved to Fredericksburg to take care of her aging mother and had been a member of Zion Lutheran Church since 1992. Marjorie enjoyed attending her children’s and grandchildren’s events, supporting them in any way she could. She developed a love for hunting at an early age, and also liked to cook and travel, making trips abroad as well as in the states. She is survived by one daughter, one son and spouses, including Phylliss and Warren Ottmers and Rev. Scott and Sandy Hofmann, all of Cherry Spring. Survivors also include three grandchildren and spouses: Lane and Emily Ottmers of Cherry Spring, Kylie and Charles Bendele II of Loyal Valley, and Shena and Barkley Parker of Fredericksburg; and four great-grandchildren: Keyser and Layna Ottmers, Travis Bendele and Milana Parker; and a brother and sister-in-law, Henry W. and Bernice Keyser of Fredericksburg. Her husband and parents preceded her in death.
Hohenberger, Alice: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 8 August 2012
Georgetown - Hohenberger (31 May 1921 - 30 July 2012) was born in Luckenbach, Texas the daughter of Gustav and Laura Jenschke. She married Daniel Hohenberger on Jan 28 1942. Burial at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Fredericksburg. [Additional information is welcome]
Mr. Theodore Hohenberger a prominent citizen of Gillespie County, died at his home near Grapetown on Monday evening of this week after a short illness at the age of 63 years, 1 month and 12 days. He is survived by his wife and eight children, namely, Karl, Edwin, Helmuth and Benno Hohenberger, and Mrs. Hy. Kirchhoff, Mrs. Otto Tatsch, Mrs. Walter Kott and Mrs. Robt. Johnson. Surviving are also two brothers, Messrs. Robt. and Wm. Hohenberger both of this county. The funeral was held at the Grapetown cemetery Wednesday afternoon and was conducted by the Sons of Hermann Lodge of Fredericksburg, Editor Robt. Penniger reading the impressive funeral service of the order. Several other members and friends of the family went down to attend the funeral. The banners of two shooting clubs were also carried by members from each club and Mr. Schnelle's mixed choir sang two beautiful songs during the funeral service. The bereaved family have the sympathy of a large circle of friends. [Fredericksburg Standard; Saturday, 22 Dec 1917; died 17 Dec 1917; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Hohmann, Leonard: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 3 April 2013
Leonard Hohmann, 90, of Waring, died Thursday, March 28, 2013. Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 2, at 10 a.m. in the chapel at Schaetter Funeral Home, Comfort, with interment following in the Comfort Cemetery. Visitation was held Monday evening, April 1, at the funeral chapel. Hohmann was born Sept. 28, 1922, in Uhland, the son of Walter E. Hohmann and Erna Reidel Hohmann. He married Odis Caroline Strube on Aug. 26, 1947, in Fredericksburg. She preceded him in death. He was a World War II veteran, serving in the U.S. Army Air Corps from 1942-1946. Hohman is survived by one daughter, two sons and spouses, including David and Frances Hohmann of Sisterdale; Linda Ross, Bryan, and Gary and Teresa Hohmann, Waring. Survivors also include seven grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, and a half-brother, Clarence Voigt and his wife, Genevieve, of Comfort. In addition to his wife and parents, Hohmann was preceded in death by a sister, Frances Lucile Hohmann Eichholz Beran. Memorials may be made to the Waring Volunteer Fire Department, Comfort VFW or to the charity of choice. Pallbearers included Charles Ely, Randy Ely, Christopher Hohmann, Gary Hohmann, Jason Ross and Cole Ross.
Holliday, Emma Lou: Mrs. Ronald F. Holliday, 95, nee Emma Lou Smith of Stonewall, died Saturday, April 30, at Knopp Assisted Living Center.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 3, at 11 a.m. in the chapel of Schaetter Funeral Home with the Rev. Percy Smerek officiating. Cremation followed with interment of the cremains planned at a later date. Visitation was held Monday afternoon, May 2, at the funeral home. Mrs. Holliday was born Jan. 23, 1916, in Gassaway, WV, the daughter of Dr. John Wesley Smith and Gay Stalnaker Smith. She married Isaac Fridley who preceded her in death. Later, she married Ronald Holliday who also preceded her in death. After attending Marshall College in Huntington, WV, and Charleston School of Commerce, she was employed by United Fuel Gas Co. until she retired. Prior to moving to Fredericksburg, she lived in Charleston, WV. Survivors include a son and spouse, James I. Fridley and Lorraine Zensen of Stonewall. In addition to her two husbands and parents, Mrs. Holliday was preceded in death by a sister, Hallie Gross, and a brother, John W. Smith Jr. Memorials may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church or to the charity of choice. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; Wednesday, May 11, 2011; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Holm, Julius F.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 19 October 2011
The Rev. Julius F. Holm, 97, of Austin and New Braunfels, died Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2011. Funeral services were held Friday, Oct. 14, at 10:30 a.m. at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Austin. Graveside services and interment followed Friday afternoon at Greenwood Cemetery in Fredericksburg. Julius Frederick Herman Holm was born Jan. 22, 1914, in Shive, the son of Rev. Julius and Irene Holm. He married Elisabeth Lindenberg on Aug. 19, 1941, and she survives. After attending Wartburg College and Wartburg Seminary in Dubuque, IA, Holm was ordained into the Lutheran ministry in 1938. His first parish was Trinity Lutheran Church in Blanco, along with a small Lutheran Church in Twin Sisters. Over the years, he served a number of Lutheran churches, including St. Peter Lutheran Church in Doss and Christ Lutheran Church at Cherry Spring from 1948-1954. He retired from the active ministry in 1979 and moved to New Braunfels where he and his wife lived for about 25 years. In addition to his wife, Holm is survived by two sons and three daughters and spouses, including Michael and Verlyn; Stephen and Suellen; Rev. Magdalene and Rev. Charles; Elsa, and Lois. He is also survived by 12 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, and two sisters, Agnes Behrens and Irene Bulgerin. Holm was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Bernhard Holm, Arthur Holm and Theophil Holm; a sister, Lydia Holm, and his parents-in-law, Rev. Otto and Else Lindenberg.
Holman, Sadie Amelia Jeannette: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 3 April 2013
Sadie Amelia Jeannette "Mink" Holman (September 24, 1930 - March 17, 2013) was born in Galveston, Texas to Erich H. Krumm, Sr. and Jennieve LaVallee Krumm. She married Curtis Baxter in Houston. She later married Jim Holman of Fredericksburg and he survives. Interment unknown.
Holmes, Charlotte M. "Boopa": Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 10 Oct 2007
Charlotte "Boopa" Holmes passed away peacefully in her sleep on October 2, 2007, at Trinity Mission Nursing Home in Comfort, Texas at the age of 94. Charlotte was born June 9, 1913 in Rib Lake Wisconsin, to Malcolm and Leona (Donner) Clendening. Following graduation, Charlotte moved to Chicago where she met and married her late husband, Damon. They then moved to Plantsville, CT for 12 years, to Houston, TX for two years and finally to Comfort, TX. Here they opened Cypress Creek Inn. Damon asked Charlotte if she would mind being the cook until he could fine one. Forty-six years later, Charlotte retired, still cooking and operating the cafe. Charlotte was a member of Gaddis United Methodist Church in Comfort, the UMW, the Comfort Garden Club, and the Comfort Heritage Foundation. She was predeceased by her parents, husband, Damon, four brothers -- Anthony, Sheldon, Kenneth and Harry Clendening, and her son-in-law, Eddie Taylor, Sr. Survivors include daughters Patricia (Terry) McDonald of San Antonio, and Sandy Taylor of Center Point, TX. Grandchildren, Debbie (Paul) Bloom of Boerne, TX, Neal Coldwell IV of Center Point, Sue Wood of Comfort, Kelly (Kevin) McFadden of Round Rock, TX, Kathy (Bert) Biermann of Comfort, Karen (Paul) Schnake of Houston, and Nancy Coldwell of Center Point. Her beloved great-grandchildren include Damon and Ashley Bloom of Boerne, Megan and Kristin Coldwell of Center Point, Allison Gilmore of Round Rock, Lindsay, Justin and Sarah Wood of Comfort, Jared Lee Biermann of Comfort, and Mary Elizabeth and Clay Schnake of Houston. Charlotte also leaves behind many loving nieces and nephews, and a host of dear friends and "old time" customers. A memorial service was held Saturday, October 6, 2007 at Gaddis United Methodist Church in Comfort. Interment of the cremains will be a private family service at the Comfort Cemetery.
Holmes, Darrell Lee: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 3 April 2013
Darrell Lee Holmes, 90, of Harper, passed away peacefully on March 31, 2013 in Hill Country Memorial Hospital with his loving wife, Martha, of 68 years, by his side, holding his hand. A Mass of Resurrection was held April 4, at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Harper with Father Michael Peinemann officiating. Interment, with military honors, followed at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church Cemetery. Visitation and a rosary service were held Wednesday at Beckmann Funeral Home. Grandson, Pastor Michael Pape, officiated the eulogy. Darrell was born April 30, 1922 to Lee Harrison and Margaret Hollowell (Waits) Holmes in Tarkio, MO. Darrell was inducted into the United States Army in November 1942 and was a veteran of World War II. He was stationed at Camp Bowie in Brownwood, Texas where on weekends he and his Army buddies would hitchhike to Fredericksburg (120 miles away) to go dancing. At a local dance, across the room a young lady caught his eye; that night he shared his first dance with Martha Rischner. They were married at St. Mary’s Catholic Church on July 8, 1944. The couple moved to California where Darrell was stationed at Camp Cook for six months before being sent overseas with the 13th Armored Division in Germany and France. He was discharged in February 1946 and moved back to his hometown of Tarkio, Missouri. While in Missouri, Darrell worked as a farmer and mechanic. After the death of his parents, he moved his family to Harper, TX in 1961 to be near Martha’s family. Darrell was a mechanic by trade and went to work at Mooney Aircraft. When Mooney Aircraft closed, he worked selling used cars and real estate in Harper. He continued working in real estate until he retired. After retirement he enjoyed working on lawnmowers, tillers and other small engines. He enjoyed gardening and always had a large garden, sharing the vegetables with kids, grandkids and friends. Darrell loved his family and his greatest joy was his grandchildren. On Sundays, there were always children and grandchildren at his house. Darrell made his famous barbecue with a secret barbecue sauce while the yard was filled with the laughter of children and grandchildren playing. While his barbecue sauce was his secret, he eventually did share the sauce recipe in one of the local Harper recipe books. Darrell was one of the first EMTs in Harper and played an important role in pioneering the program in Harper. He was always available to go on ambulance calls, and one of his memorable events was delivering a baby. He was a member of the Harper Volunteer Fire Department for many years where he also served as Fire Chief. Darrell loved life; he loved his family and friends. His hobbies included hunting, fishing, pool, bowling and dominoes. He loved telling jokes and stories and had a wonderful sense of humor. Darrell is survived by his wife, Martha (Rischner) Holmes. Survivors include six children: William “Bill” Holmes, Duane Holmes and his wife, Barbara, and Stephen Holmes, all from Harper; Barbara and husband, Tom Walter, of Fredericksburg; Carolyn Rodgers of Crossville, TN, and Trish Smith of San Angelo. He was blessed with 11 grandchildren: David Holmes and wife, Cheyanne; Chad Holmes and wife, Sabra; Tim Holmes and wife, Ashley; Amber Herman and husband, Darren; Nathan Walter; Michael Pape and wife, Annge; Kyle Pape and wife, Stacey; Lacey Caskey and husband, Aaron; Heather Lock and husband, Brandon; Brigett Mikulik and husband, Garrett, and Koby Smith. He also had 11 great-grandchildren: Layne and Rhody Holmes, Tanner and Gunner Holmes, Gracie and Peyton Holmes, Brooke, Annalane and Sarah Pape, Addison Lock, and Annalise Smith. Memorials can be made to the Harper Volunteer Fire Department or charity of one’s choice. Serving as pallbearers were grandsons, David Holmes, Chad Holmes, Tim Holmes, Koby Smith, Nathan Walter, Kyle Pape and Michael Pape.
Honaker, Lowell Reid: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 27 December 2012
Lowell Reid Honaker, 76, passed into eternal rest on Dec. 16, 2012. Born in Fredericksburg, Va. on Nov. 27, 1936, Lowell remained in his beloved state for many years. After completing his high school years at James Monroe H.S., Lowell went on to graduate from the University of Virginia with a B.A. in history. He was an active member of the UVA band, serving as its president. Lowell also served as vice president of the Kappa-Kappa Psi band fraternity. This culminated in his selection to the 1957 National Intercollegiate Band as a trumpet player. While at UVA, Lowell participated in ROTC and was commissioned a second lieutenant. He served in the U.S. Army as an artillery officer in Korea and Fort Hood. He completed his service in the reserves until he was honorably discharged with the rank of captain. In 1962, Lowell married Ann Allison. Their community activities included membership in the Balcones Country Club. He also began his career with State Farm Insurance at this time, and his 40 years with the company as an underwriter, manager and, lastly, as an agent were a testament to his dedication and love for his colleagues and his clients. While with State Farm, Lowell attained his Chartered Property/Casualty Underwriter certification, and served as the Central Texas chapter president. He also attained his Chartered Life Underwriter certification. He was a part-time instructor of insurance at Austin Community College for 12 years. When he was appointed as a State Farm agent, he moved to Fredericksburg, Texas. Lowell was active in the community as a member of the Rotary Club and Toastmasters. While there, he married Micki Grant. They had an adventure-packed, fun-filled 18 years together until her passing in 2007. Lowell will be remembered for his many accomplishments, but mostly for his kindness, generosity, and witty sense of humor. Lowell was preceded in death by his parents, Thomas and Edith; his brothers, Ben, Don and Ewell; his wife, Ann Allison Honaker, and his second wife, Micki Honaker. He is survived by Joan Honaker; his children, John and Susan (Jeff); his step-children: Jim, Kim (Lou), Amy (Stephen), and Anne (Calvin); his grandchildren: Hannah and Olivia Honaker, Olivia, Mark, Gretchen and Heidi Olsen; Haley and Libby Hibbets; Abigail, Caroline and Ella Grant; and Houston Joy; in addition to numerous nieces and nephews and caring friends, including the Brandywine Bunch. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Salvation Army. SERVICES Visitation was held on Friday, Dec. 21, 2012 from 6-9 p.m., at Mission Park Funeral Chapels North. Funeral services were held on Saturday, Dec. 22, 2012 at 12 noon at the funeral home chapel. Interment followed at Mission Retama Cemetery, with Army Honors.
Holsey, Mary Jane: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 1 May 2013
Mary Jane Holsey passed away very peacefully Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at Knopp Healthcare and Rehab in Fredericksburg, Texas. Mary Jane was born Oct. 21, 1922 in Stockton, California to Fritz Muller and Clara Ruff Muller. She married Raymond Earl Holsey Dec. 16, 1941 on Hickham Field just days after the bombing at Pearl Harbor which they witnessed. They were married 45 years before his death in 1986. Mary Jane is survived by one brother, Peter Muller of Las Vegas, Nevada; three children and their spouses, Mike and Marti Holsey of Houston, Dave and Lynette Holsey of The Woodlands, and Pat and Rick Hoerster of Fredericksburg. She has four grandchildren, Beth Holsey Clarke, Clay Holsey, Rachel Hoerster Calhoun, and Zac Hoerster. She also has five great-grandchildren, Rebecca Clarke, Cooper Clarke, Harrison Clarke, Elaina Clarke and Haden Holsey. Mary Jane was an active volunteer in the American Red Cross and owned and operated a ladies dress store with her husband in Altus, Oklahoma. She loved to play and teach the game of bridge. Mary Jane traveled extensively and enjoyed traveling with her friends, children and grandchildren. At her request, she has been cremated and will be buried next to her husband in Altus, Ok at a later date. Memorials made be made to the Admiral Nimitz Foundation, Fredericksburg, Texas or to the charity of your choice. Arrangements by the Schaetter Funeral Home of Fredericksburg.
Honaker, Mary Elizabeth "Micki": Mary Elizabeth "Micki" Honaker went to be with the Lord on April 13, 2007. Her family is extremely proud of her overwhelming courage.
She was born in Butte, Montana on October 16, 1944 to Jack and Rose Healy. She graduated from Manogue High School in 1962, before attending Sacred Heart Nursing School. Her career was spent working as a registered nurse. In 1966, she married James Grant. During their 17-year marriage, they raised their four children in Idaho, Washington, Arizona and finally Texas. In 1975, they moved to Austin, Texas where she made many wonderful memories with the "Brandywine Bunch." In 1988, she married Lowell Honaker. They moved to Fredericksburg, Texas in 1989 where she continued her nursing work as manager of home health care at Hill Country Memorial Hospital. After leaving nursing, she worked with her husband, a State Farm agent. Upon both of their retirements, they moved to San Antonio. She had a great sense of humor and a fun-loving attitude. Her four children will always cherish the holiday celebrations, well-planned birthday parties, and spur-of-the-moment surprises she took such great care in creating. She had the same loving, unselfish attitude with hr grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her father, John Vincent Healy. She is survived by her husband, of 19 years, Lowell Honaker; mother, Rose Healy; sister Deanna and Ed Nelson; son, Jim and Amy Grant; daughters, Kim and Lou Voto, Amy and Stephen Hibbetts, Anne and Calvin Joy; nephew, Paul and Julie Mathews and their children Kevin and Chelsea; niece, Karen and Vernon Scarborough and their children, Jack and Anna; step-children, John Honaker, and Susan and Jeff Olsen. She treasured the time she spent with her grandchildren, Abby, Caroline, and Ella Grant; Haley Hibbetts; Houston Joy; Hannah and Olivia Honaker; and Gretchen and Heidi Olsen. A visitation was held on Tuesday, April 17, at Mission Park Funeral Chapels North in San Antonio. A prayer vigil was held at St. Matthew's Catholic Church. A funeral mass was celebrated Wednesday, April 18, at St. Matthew's Catholic Church in San Antonio with interment following at Mission Retama Burial Park. The family world like to express their thanks for all those who cared for her during her illness. A deep appreciation is extended to Drs. Dice, Alvarez, and Hernandez. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 18 Apr 2007; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Hopf, Minna Emma Helene:
Not quite one score of years old beautiful Miss Minna Emma Helene Hopf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hopf on Wednesday, June 28, at noon succumbed to the ravages of that merciless destroyer of human life, tubercular consumption. She contracted the disease about eighteen months ago, and despite all careful nursing and scientific help her primeval flowering womanhood faded until the reaper death stepped in as a rescuer from great suffering. Miss Minna was born near Luckenbach, Gillespie County, on September 26, 1896. She grew up to be a beautiful beam of sunlight in the home; her musical talent being a source of enjoyment for her parents, her relatives and friends. Several years ago she with her parents moved into town where they had a lovely cottage built on the elevation of ground, south of the depot overlooking the town. Minna leaves her father and mother, an only sister Adele, her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Enderlin, and many other kinfolks in great bereavement. The sympathy of the whole population is extended to them in their great loss. The funeral was held Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, and was conducted by Rev. Konzack, interment being made at the Union Cemetery. The assemblage of mourners was very large; sympathizing friends having come from all parts of the county, and beautiful and many were the floral offerings. The "Arion" of which Mr. Ad. Hopf is the musical conductor, sang two beautiful selections at the grave Mr. E. H. Riley leading. The STANDARD joins the many friends of the family in the expression of sympathy and condolences. [Fredericksburg Standard; Saturday, 19 Oct 1918; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Houy, Mildred: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 17 April 2013
Mildred Houy of Fredericksburg passed away on Sunday, April 7, 2013 at the age of 90 years. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, April 10, at Fredericksburg United Methodist Church with the Rev. Dr. J. Jason Fry and the Rev. Pam Traver officiating. Graveside services and interment followed at Der Stadt Friedhof. Pallbearers included Bruce Thiele, Mark Thiele, Broc Thiele, Clint Houy, Newton Houy and J.T. Smith. Mildred was born on March 16, 1923 in Fredericksburg to Arnold and Annie Houy nee Koenig. Mildred graduated from Fredericksburg High School and then received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin and her master’s degree in education from West Texas A&M. Mildred taught first through third grades in Doss, Corpus Christi and Kermit before beginning her career teaching the children of U.S. servicemen/women stationed around the world. She lived and taught in Turkey, Spain, Japan, Ethiopia, Germany and Panama. When she retired from teaching after 23 years, she returned to Fredericksburg and started her second career at HEB where she worked for another 17 years. Mildred enjoyed traveling, especially while she was working abroad. Her hobbies included gardening and yard work where she would spend hours tending to her lawn and garden. Mildred was first a member of the Edison Street Methodist Church where she was baptized and confirmed and then the Fredericksburg United Methodist Church. She was active in the ABC Sunday School class and the United Methodist Women’s Hannah Circle (formerly the Malinda Woerner circle). Mildred is survived by her sisters, Olida Worley of Logan, Utah, Viola Hohmann of Fredericksburg, Texas, Annabel Barker of Phoenix, Ariz., and Florine Erwin of Alamogordo, N.M. and 15 nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, Arnold and Annie Koenig Houy; her brother, Arnold Houy Jr.; and sisters, Madeline Houy Dilley and Margaret Houy Shaw. Memorial contributions may be made to Fredericksburg United Methodist Church, Hill Country Memorial Hospice, or the charity of your choice. Special thanks to Heritage Place and Hill Country Memorial Hospice. Both staffs provided wonderful care for dear Mildred.
Mrs. Lorn Howard, 87, nee Etha Johannaber, of Dallas, died Friday, Jan. 25, 2008.
A memorial service was held Saturday, Feb. 9 at the Cox Chapel of Highland Park United Methodist Church in Dallas. Mrs. Howard was born March 13, 1920, in Rockford, IA, the daughter of William F. and Etha C. Johannaber. She graduated summa cum laude from MacMurray College in 1940 and married Lorn Howard the next year. After raising a family, she completed her Ph.D. degree in anthropology at Southern Methodist University at the age of 64 and was appointed Visiting Professor the3re. She was a former resident of Fredericksburg, having lived here while she was working on a research project. Dr. Howard is survived by her husband; children: Dr. Alaire and Thomas Lowry, Jonathan and Susan Howard, and Melanie Rummel; eight grandchildren, one great-grandchild; a sister, Elizabeth Johannaber; a brother, John Johannaber; and a sister-in-law, Twila Kimbrough. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 13 Feb 2008; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Howard, Douglas B.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 12 December 2012
Douglas B. Howard, 76 of New Bern, N.C., died Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012 at CarolinaEast Medical Center. He was retired but also was self-employed transferring cars for the different dealerships in the local area. Doug is survived by his wife, Barbara C. Howard; one daughter, Tracy H. Mewborne of Madison, AL; one brother, Wesley Clifford Howard of Gloucester, VA; three sisters, Sue McKee of Amarillo, TX; Molly “Pete” Boyd of New Braunfels, TX; Mary “Boogie” Fox of Sugarland, TX and two grandchildren. A memorial service will be held Friday, Dec. 14, 2012 at 6 p.m. at Cotten Funeral Home Chapel in New Bern, NC. In lieu of lowers, memorial contributions may be made to Religious Community Services, P. O. Box 704, New Bern, NC 28563. Arrangements by Cotten Funeral Home and Crematory, New Bern, N.C.
Howerton, Rebecca Louise: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 6 February 2013
It was a life well lived! Rebecca Louise Beckmann Howerton unexpectedly passed away on Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013. She was born May 12, 1934 in Blanco, Texas in a little rock house close to the Blanco River. She attended Blanco Public School and graduated with a degree in teaching from Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State) with a major in Physical Education and a minor in English. This degree, her drive, love of children, and passion for learning led to a 44 year teaching career. The lives she touched as a teacher were numerous because she taught in various places: Blanco, New Braunfels, Yoakum, Port O’Connor, Sugarland, Fredericksburg and Houston. Rebecca received several teaching awards including being named Teacher of the Year in 1984 at FM Black School, Houston, Texas and was listed in Who’s Who Among Americans several times. While teaching in Houston, she also served as the English Department Chair at FM Black Middle School. In addition to an extensive teaching career, Rebecca also owned several small businesses. Those who knew Rebecca knew that she was full of energy and loved being active. For many years, she played tennis, volleyball, swam and is known to have danced her way across much of Texas! She performed in plays, enjoyed dressing up in her historical costumes, and was even an extra in the recent True Grit movie. Her sense of vitality also translated into an enthusiastic involvement in organizations, often serving in an administrative position. This desire to give back to others only intensified through the years and resulted in her actively participating in numerous local organizations including the Blanco Historic Commission, Keep Blanco Beautiful, the Twin Sisters Hermann Sons Lodge, the Women’s Auxiliary of Eagles, Blanco Good Samaritan and Food Pantry, the Lions Club and the OBCCPS and serving on the Blanco City Council for thirteen years. Rebecca worked with others to create the Blanco Pioneer Museum; a perfect expression of her love of history and respect for Blanco’s past. Her family’s long history in the area, led her to also work tirelessly for the upkeep of the local cemetery, serving as an officer on the Blanco Cemetery Committee for several years. She so generously volunteered her time, talents and resources, that she was honored in 2010 with the Community Builder Award; an unexpected honor that she deeply treasured. Rebecca was devoted to her church, Blanco Trinity Lutheran Church. A member since 1934, she served as a pianist, choir member (oh, how she loved to sing), altar guild and Church Council member, worship assistant and lay reader, president of the church women, and much more. Rebecca was preceded in death by her parents, Richard and Cora Beckmann. Many knew that Rebecca was her daddy’s girl, actively hunting and fishing with Richard for forty years. She is survived by two daughters, Renee Howerton and Roxanne Parker, by Renee’s husband, Bill Wikrent, and two grandsons, Richard Parker and Evan Lynch and his wife, Stephanie. There are four great-grandsons, Christian, Caston, Grayson and Liam as well as many loving family members, friends, past students, and co-workers who will miss her. Funeral services were held Friday, Feb. 1, at 10 a.m., at Trinity Lutheran Church in Blanco with interment following in the Blanco Cemetery. Visitation was held Thursday, Jan. 31, from 5-7 p.m., at Crofts-Crow Funeral Home in Blanco. For those desiring, memorial contributions may be made to one of the following organizations: Blanco Trinity Lutheran Church, Blanco Pioneer Museum, Blanco Good Samaritan and Food Pantry, or the Blanco EMS. We will all miss her so deeply but we will see her in our own time as she waits for us just beyond the sunset. Arrangements were under the direction of Crofts-Crow
Hundley, Alyce (Penny): Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 8 August 2012
Alyce (Penny) Hundley, 72, died Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012. A memorial service was held Sunday, Aug. 5, at 2 p.m. in the chapel next to St. Barnabas Episcopal Church with Nick Rios officiating. She was born April 13, 1940, in Del Rio, the daughter of E.E. Townsend and Estelle Overstreet Townsend. Survivors include her children, Cuatro Hundley of Boulder, Colo.; Holly Edwards and husband, Mark, of Fredericksburg; Alyce Davidson of Kerrville, and four grandchildren. Memorials may be made to Hill Country Memorial Hospice, the Alzheimer’s Association or the charity of choice Fredericksburg Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Hughes, Barbara: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 3 Aug 2011
Mrs. Jack L. Hughes, 88, nee Barbara Grier of Fredericksburg, passed away Saturday, July 23, 2011, at her residence. Graveside services and interment were held Friday, July 29, at 10:45 a.m., at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio with Joe Walts officiating. Mrs. Hughes was born July 7, 1923, in the Panama Canal Zone, the daughter of Baxter Grier and Gertrude Bitter Grier. She married Jack L. Hughes on July 23, 1943, in San Marcos. He preceded her in death on Aug. 16, 2004. Mrs. Hughes is survived by one daughter, Judi Hughes, and one son, Steve Hughes, both of Fredericksburg. She is also survived by two grandchildren: Darin and Gina Kothe, and Carlie Kothe and Joshua Basaldua, all of Fredericksburg, and three great-grandchildren: Caydence Benedict, Jiselle Basaldua and Addison Kothe. Also surviving is a sister-in-law, Mary Lou, Mrs. Baxter Grier of Boerne. In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Hughes was preceded in death by one brother, Baxter Grier, and one sister, Beverly Phillips.
Hughes, Gerald: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 20 June 2012
Son, brother, uncle, father, husband, and a Man of God. Jerry Hughes died Monday, June 11, 2012, after fighting cancer for nine months. He was the youngest son of William E. Hughes and Katherine Armstrong Hughes (both deceased). He was born in Wellington, Texas on Feb. 27, 1951. Jerry is survived by his wife, Penny; his two daughters; Keidel and Victoria Hughes, and a son and daughter-in-law, Caleb and Maria Hughes and one grandson, Isaac, of California. He is survived by his three sisters: Naneen Leavenworth of California, Ann Broderick of Oklahoma and Elizabeth Wischhusen of Arizona; and three brothers: William E. Hughes Jr. of Colorado, H.C. “Tad” and Karen Pound of New Mexico, and Peter C. Hughes of Montana, and one step-brother, Hugh Prather (deceased); brother- and sister-in-law, J.H. and Diana Perry of Fredericksburg, and numerous nieces and nephews. A service in celebration of the life of Jerry Hughes was held at Hill Country Evangelical Free Church in Fredericksburg on June 14, with the Rev. John Hierholzer officiating. Duncan Holmes was the pianist. Graveside services and interment followed at Greenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers included Stan Klein, John Lopez, Mark Noblin, Leroy Wunderlich, Mark Prehn, Trey Perry and Florentino Morales. Jerry grew up on the family ranch outside of Wellington, Texas. The family spent summers on Banded Peak Ranch, just north of Chromo, Colorado. He attended Colorado Academy in Denver, Colorado and graduated from Selwyn School in Denton, Texas. At Selwyn School, he met Penny Perry. They were friends. After graduating from Selwyn School, Jerry attended TCU in Fort Worth. He was a member of the Shiloh Community in Oregon and resided there for five years where the members would travel throughout the United States establishing revival centers. He moved to Santa Fe, NM and worked with his father and attended The College of Santa Fe, graduating with a BA in Business in 1989. He and Penny met again at their 20th anniversary class reunion. They were married Oct. 27, 1990 in Fredericksburg. Jerry worked for the FDIC in Albuquerque, NM. After returning to Fredericksburg, they purchased Der Küchen Laden in 1993. Jerry strongly supported Mark and Margaret Noblin of The Rock Outreach Center of Dallas which supports orphans of Uganda and Kenya. He participated in the first Weihnachten in Fredericksburg in 1998. Jerry served on the Board of Trustees of the Heritage School for two terms, and was an active member of Hill Country Evangelical Free Church. Jerry was very active in the lives of his daughters in their school, 4-H program, and tennis and softball sports programs. His wonderful and infectious laugh will be sorely missed.
Hughes, Sheryl Joyce: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 13 June 2012
Sheryl Joyce Hughes, 68, nee Strickland, of Fredericksburg, died Saturday, June 9, 2012. A memorial service will be held Monday, June 18, at 1 p.m. at Oak Hills Church, 224 FM 2093, with the Rev. Jimmy Sportsman officiating. Arrangements and cremation are under the direction of Beckmann Funeral Home. Mrs. Hughes was born July 6, 1943, in Woodward, OK, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Strickland. She married Thomas Hughes on July 27, 1965, in Las Vegas, Nev., and he survives. She worked as a chef for the Inn on the Creek and also for Absolute Charm Bed and Breakfast Service. She and her husband were members of Oak Hills Church. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Hughes is survived by three sons and spouses, including Charles and Melissa Hughes of Harper, Gerald and Debbie Hughes and Thomas Hughes Jr., all of Bakersfield, Calf. Also surviving are three grandchildren; one sister, Jerry Hillsman of Lamar, Mo., and two brothers and spouses, John and Carol Strickland of Lamar, Mo., and James and Judy Strickland of Alaska. Memorials may be made to Mision de Candelilla.
Hunt, Dorothy: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 28 September 2011
San Angelo/Bronte -- Dorothy Hartmann Hartman Hunt 91, loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, great great-grandmother, and friend passed away Monday Sept. 19, 2011, at her new home in Bronte surrounded by family. She was a member of the Lakeview United Methodist Church. Visitation was held throughout the day Thursday, Sept. 22, 2011, at Robert Massie Funeral Home in San Angelo with the family present from 6-8 p.m., to receive friends. A funeral service was held at 11 a.m., Friday, Sept. 23, 2011, at the Robert Massie Riverside Chapel, with Hospice of San Angelo Chaplain Nancy York, officiating. Burial will follow at Lawnhaven Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are with Robert Massie Funeral Home. Memorials in Dorothy’s memory may be given to Hospice of San Angelo at P.O. Box 471 San Angelo, Texas 76902, or to a charity of your choice. Dorothy was born Dec. 23, 1919, in Fredericksburg, Texas, and was the second child of 10 children born to Emil and Erna Hartmann. She grew up on the family farm, and when as a young woman met and married Clarence Hartman, and they celebrated 43 years together. They started their family in Fredericksburg, and soon moved to San Angelo, where they raised their five children. She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Clarence Hartman; son, Joe Hartman, and her second husband, John Hunt. Survivors include a daughter, Shirley Burns and her husband, James; son, Robert Hartman and wife, Marlena; daughter, Gayle Hensley and husband, Charlie; daughter, Carolyn Knight and husband, Jimmy; daughter-in-law, Mary Hartman; 10 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, three great-great-grandchildren and a large extended family; John Hunt’s family, Joe and Linda Hunt, Skipper and Linda Hunt, Jerry Don Hunt, Carolyn and Eddy Cornelius and a host of friends.
Hurley, Jason Allen: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 27 March 2013
Jason Allen Hurley, 35, of Fredericksburg, died Friday, March 15, 2013, at Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital in San Antonio. A memorial service was held Tuesday, March 19, at 7 p.m. at Schaetter Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Jim Harnan officiating. Visitation was held beforehand. Hurley was born Aug. 14, 1977, in Kerrville, the son of Mike Hurley and Rozanna Ferguson Hurley. He married Amanda Stapleton on June 23, 2007, in Fredericksburg and she survives. A master craftsman, Hurley was a stained glass artist. In addition to his wife, Hurley is survived by their children, Avery Stapleton and Makenzie Welsh, both of Fredericksburg, and April Hurley of Oklahoma. Survivors also include his father, Mike Hurley; his mother, Rozanna Ferguson Murayana; his mother-in-law, Monica Lynch, and sister-in-law, Jodie Stapleton, both of Fredericksburg.
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