Gerald Nagel, 80, of Fredericksburg, died on Saturday, Dec. 25, 1993, at 1:50 a.m., in Hill Country Memorial Hospital.
Funeral services were held in the Fredericksburg United Methodist Church on Tuesday, Dec. 28, at 11 a.m., with the Reverends Rick Waters and Jerry Somers officiating. Mrs. Lois McClusky was the organist. Interment was in the Greenwood Cemetery. His body lay in state in the chapel of the Schaetter Funeral Home and the church prior to the services. Nagel was a native of San Antonio, where he was born on April 3, 1913, the son of Fred Nagel and Laura Dietz Nagel. He married Marion Myra Fuchs in Cypress Mill, on June 21, 1936 and she preceded him in death in 1990. He lived in Los Angeles, CA, from 1926 to 1942, in Houston from 1942 to 1961, in Austin from 1961 to 1990 and in Fredericksburg since 1990. Along with his parents and brothers, Leroy founded the Nagel Coat Hanger Company in 1921 in Los Angeles. After the company moved to Texas, he served as president of Nagel Manufacturing and Supply Co., from 1856 until his retirement in 1967. He was a Mason and member of the Ben Hur Shrine Temple in Austin and a member of the Fredericksburg United Methodist Church. He is survived by a daughter, Kathryn and her husband Gary Elliott of Mammoth Lakes, CA, and one granddaughter. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by a brother, LeRoy Nagel, and a sister who died in infancy. Pallbearers were Bill Nagel, Ted Nagel, Robert Nagel, Mingo Trevino, Tommy Knudsen and Carl Gammons. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; December 29, 1993; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Najar, Lewis: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 12 September 2012
Lewis Najar, 78, of Llano, died Friday, Aug. 31, 2012. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Sept. 4, at 10 a.m. at Bible Baptist Church in Llano with the Reverends Dale Strawn and Red Watson officiating. Graveside services and interment, with military honors, followed at Llano City Cemetery. Arrangements were under the direction of Waldrope, Hatfield, Hawthorne Funeral Homes of Llano. Najar was born Feb. 28, 1934, in Gillespie County, the son of Manuel Najar and Dora Castillo Najar. He married Barbara Chatham on Jan. 5, 1986, in Grand Prairie and she survives. A U.S. Army veteran, Najar served during the Korean Conflict. In his early years, he worked in Fairland in the granite industry. Later on, he worked for the City of Llano from where he retired as the sanitation supervisor. He was a member of Bible Baptist Church where he served as trustee and with the bus ministry. In addition to his wife, Najar is survived by one son, two daughters and spouses, including David and Olga Clarno of Llano; Colette and Donnie Lockhart of Haslet and Maria Najar of Chicago, Ill. He is also survived by one step-son, Bobby Smith of Kingsland, and four step-daughters, including Fina Pike of Fairland, Mary Hackworth of Dallas, and Julie Smith and Glenna Westmorland, both of Paris, Texas. Najar is also survived by two sisters, Louise Christian of Kingsland and Selma Lee Wooten of Cedar Lake, Ind.; one brother, Larry Najar of Llano, and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Najar was preceded in death by his parents; his first wife, Zona Carlin; three sisters, and two brothers.
Neal, Eddie R.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 13 June
GRANBURY -- Eddie R. Neal, 62, passed away Thursday, June 7, 2012, in Granbury. Funeral: 10:00 a.m. Monday, June 11, 2012, at Triple Cross Cowboy Church. Burial: 2:00 p.m. Monday at the Itasca Cemetery in Itasca, Texas. Visitation: 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Wiley Funeral Home. Memorials: Triple Cross Cowboy Church or Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Eddie was born Nov. 10, 1949, in Corsicana, Texas, to Domice Neal and Dorothy Dale Rea Neal. He married Cynthia Malone-Sadler, May 24, 2008, at Triple Cross Cowboy Church in Granbury. Eddie was a member of the Triple Cross Cowboy Church and also a member of the AQHA and the PRCA. He was preceded in death by his parents. Survivors: Wife, Cynthia Neal of Granbury; step-mother, Avis Neal; children, Mandy Sadler and husband, Billy, Cody Muelker and special friend, Brittany Ballew, Chris Jenkins, Kevin Jenkins, Shawn Sadler; grandchildren, Hondo, Quinlyn and Sonora Sadler, Blanche Muelker, Brianna and Baylee Ballew; brother, David Neal and wife, Melissa; sister, Sherry Cox and husband, Sewell; mother and father-in-law, Ken and Carol Malone; and several nieces and nephews. Arrangements were under the direction of Wiley Funeral Home, Granbury, Texas;
Nebgen, Gilbert P.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 13 March 2013
Gilbert P. (Fritz) Nebgen, 89, of San Antonio, died Tuesday, March 5, 2013. Funeral services were held Friday, March 8, at 3 p.m. at Sunset Funeral Home in San Antonio with entombment following at Sunset Mausoleum 5000. Nebgen was born Sept. 25, 1923, at Stonewall, the son of Felix and Theresa Nebgen. He and his wife, Leatrice, had been married for 54 years at the time she died. A bread delivery man for many years, Nebgen rose into the ranks to marketing manager. He worked in the San Antonio bakeries of Bohnets, Sunbeam and Mrs. Baird’s. Nebgen is survived by one daughter, two sons and spouses, including Theresa (Terry) Nebgen, Gilbert (Butch) and Joyce Nebgen, and Russell (Rusty) and Linda Nebgen. Survivors also include four grandchildren, six great-grandchildren; a sister, Elizabeth Ottmers, and a sister-in-law, Lorene Nebgen. In addition to his wife and parents, Nebgen was preceded in death by a sister, Paula Franz, and a brother, Alois Nebgen.
Nebgen, Louise H.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 16
Mrs. James Nebgen, 72, nee Louise H. Enderlin of Oklahoma City, OK, died Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011. A funeral mass was celebrated Friday, Nov. 11, at 11 a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Stonewall with the Rev. Jim Harnan officiating. DeAnn Hampton was the organist and vocalists were Lottie Demel and Rachel Ratliff. Interment followed in the Stonewall Community Cemetery. Arrangements were under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home where visitation and a vigil service were held Thursday evening, Nov. 10. Mrs. Nebgen was born March 23, 1939, in Fredericksburg, the daughter of Henry Enderlin and Viola Olfers Enderlin. She married James Nebgen on April 19, 1958, in Texas and he survives. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Nebgen is survived by two daughters, two sons and spouses, including Gail Robinson, Beverly and Brian Ratliff, Gary Nebgen and Bryan and Julie Nebgen, and eight grandchildren. She is also survived by two brothers and sisters-in-law, including Kenneth and Mary Lee Enderlin and James and Cherry Enderlin, all of Texas. Other survivors include four brothers-in-law, three sisters-in-law and spouses: Leo and Estella Nebgen, Hilmar and Betty Nebgen, Annie Nebgen, Andrew and Jane Nebgen, Evelyn and Theo Hiesser, Herbert and Patricia Nebgen and Alice and Richard Grohman. Mrs. Nebgen was preceded in death by her parents; a daughter-in-law, Keri Nebgen, and a grandson, Wyatt Nebgen Memorials may be made to the Stonewall Volunteer Fire Department, St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church Building Fund, the Stonewall Community Cemetery or to the charity of choice. Pallbearers included Gary Nebgen, Bryan Nebgen, Matt Nebgen, Darrell Enderlin, Michael Robinson and Brian Ratliff. Honorary pallbearers were Wesley Nebgen, Grayson Nebgen, Hoyt Nebgen and Walker Nebgen.
Nebgen, Marlene Marie: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 26 September 2012
Mrs. Marvin Nebgen, 73, nee Marlene Marie Fritz, of Fredericksburg, died Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012, at Hill Country Memorial Hospital. A funeral mass was celebrated Thursday, Sept. 20, at 10 a.m., at St. Mary’s Catholic Church with Msgr. Enda McKenna officiating. Mary Ann Murchison was the pianist and Debra Ottmers, the vocalist. Interment followed at the Stonewall Community Cemetery. Arrangements were under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home, where visitation was held Wednesday evening, Sept. 19. Carlos Juenke led a vigil service that evening, followed by a rosary service by St. Ann’s Society. Mrs. Nebgen was born Jan. 20, 1939, in Fredericksburg, the daughter of Bruno Fritz and Appolonia Hagel Fritz. She married Marvin Nebgen on Nov. 22, 1958, in St. Mary’s Catholic Church and he survives. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Nebgen is survived by one son, Keith Nebgen of Boerne; a daughter and son-in-law, Denise and Jason Johnson of Pearland, and two grandsons. She is also survived by two sisters, Rose Marie Behrends of Midland and Darlene Burg and her husband, John, of Dallas. Mrs. Fritz was preceded in death by her parents, and two brothers, Andrew Fritz and Charles Fritz. Pallbearers included Toby Juenke, Mike DeRonde, Joe Fritz, Grant Ross, Linda Dickey and Curtis Weirich.
Memorial: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 3 October
This past week the sign outside of St. Mary’s School instructs us to “Love God/Service to Neighbors”. The moment I read it, I knew this was the legacy left by my dear friend, Marlene to her neighbors on Upper Liveoak Road. There are long histories of the early German settlers here on this short road, and part of that history is the exceptional neighborly associations and friendships that have existed over the years. My husband and I were the recipients of these friendships when we arrived almost 20 years ago. We settled across Live Oak Creek but still close to the old Arlt, now Fritz homestead. Marlene’s mother was our closest neighbor. After Appolonia Fritz’ death in the Fall of 1994, Marlene and Marvin moved into the main house. Marlene knew the neighbors well as she had been mostly raised in this area. My friendship with her developed. She and I were “earthly women”, that is we dug in the dirt; pulled things up; put things in the dirt; shared plants and seeds; talked of rain, sun, animals, and even farm equipment. Marlene was a good fence builder, could weld and build just about anything the men could do. She was always making something; jellies, jams, venison sausages; all kinds of baked goods and other “down-home” foods. She shared these with me and I was thankful because she helped me to return to my East Texas roots. Marlene remembered every elder’s birthday. She made birthday cakes, their favorite, for each of them. Her “special” chocolate cake quickly became my husband’s favorite. He received that cake every year that we lived here. Other elders: Mrs. Weirich (her second mother); Herman and Erna Heiner; Grace Schiller; Mrs. Stehling and so on, were recipients of her kindness and thoughtfulness. She was the first to be there when a neighbor was sick or had to go to the hospital. When my husband became more frail, Marvin and Marlene were called many times, at any hour of the day or night, to help pick him up after a fall. They helped to get him off to the hospital many a time. Marlene usually stayed with me until things were stable. She sat and held his hand almost as much as I did. Marlene never made a distinction between those she had known for a lifetime and those known only for a few months. To her, a neighbor was a neighbor, and that was that! And, she made no distinction between the kind of help that she thought a neighbor needed. If a house needed to be cleaned, she cleaned it; if clothes needed to be washed, dinner cooked, Marlene did it! My friend had great energy and she usually did not let anything get her down. It has been so sad to see her go down these last 20 or so months. The cancer - that dreaded disease - began to overcome her body, but not her mind. She fought with everything she had and tried to carry on with daily life. In many ways she did beat it, for it never overtook her mental capacity to think and carry out her “plans” for her next life. The Mass of the Resurrection was held on Sept. 16, 2012 at St. Mary’s. Father McKenna conducted a most beautiful and inspirational service. Some of our grief was lessened with Father’s words. So uplifting and promising, the words held aloft Marlene’s true spirit of her life here on earth. I was reminded as the service progressed of an old saying, “The spirit of the dead will live on in the memory of the living”. Marlene, we will remember your spirit because you had that special gift - a gift that brought hope and promise to others in their daily lives. You carried out your “service to neighbors” exceptionally well. You did well my dear friend.
Mary L. Pearson
Nebgen, Meta Ella:
Meta Ella Nebgen, 89, of Stonewall, died Sunday, April 17, 2011, at Knopp Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
A funeral mass was celebrated Thursday, April 21, at 10 a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Stonewall with the Rev. James Harnan officiating. DeAnn Hampton was the organist and Lottie Demel, the soloist. Interment followed in the Stonewall Community Cemetery. Arrangements were under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home where visitation was held Wednesday evening, April 20. Deacon Pat Klein led a vigil-rosary service Wednesday evening, April 20, at the funeral home. Ms. Nebgen was born Sept. 20, 1921, in Stonewall, the daughter of Albert Nebgen and Bertha Jenschke Nebgen. She attended school in Stonewall, worked at S&K Sewing Factory in San Antonio and Collins of Texas handbag company in Fredericksburg. She was a member of the St. Rose Society at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. Ms. Nebgen is survived by five brothers, three sisters and spouses, including Leo and Estella Nebgen and Annie Nebgen, all of Fredericksburg; Hilmar and Betty Nebgen and Herbert and Patricia Nebgen, all of Stonewall; Andrew and Jane Nebgen of Scottsdale, AZ; James and Louise Nebgen of Oklahoma City, OK; Evelyn and Theo Hiesser of Houston, and Alice and Richard Grohman of Austin. In addition to her parents, Ms. Nebgen was preceded in death by two brothers, Marcus Nebgen and Leo Nebgen who died in infancy. Memorials may be made to the Stonewall Volunteer Fire Department and First Responders, St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church Building Fund or to the charity of choice. Pallbearers included Michael Nebgen, Jeff Nebgen, Brian Nebgen, Phillip Nebgen, Adam Boyd and Michael Robinson. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; Wednesday, April 27, 2011; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Nebgen, Nora Anna: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 17 October 2012
Nebgen (5 Sep 1926-9 Oct 2012) was born in Fredericksburg, Texas to Carl and Meta Tatsch Meurer. She married Lawrence Nebgen and he is deceased. Burial was at the Stonewall Community Cemetery. [Additional information is welcome]
Mrs. Werner Neffendorf, nee Elsie Dietz, 94, of Fredericksburg died Saturday, Nov. 23, 2002 at Hill Country Memorial Hospital.
Graveside services were held Monday, Nov. 25, in the Greenwood Cemetery with the Rev. Casey Zesch officiating. Mrs. Neffendorf was born in Gillespie County on Oct. 1, 1908, the daughter of Carl Dietz and Lena Tatsch Dietz. She married Werner Neffendorf on May 17, 1945 in Bethany Lutheran Church and he preceded her in death. Her only immediate survivors are a niece, Sandy Lehne of Willow City, and nephews Jimmy Lehne and Harvey Burrer, both of San Antonio. In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by a daughter, Sandra F. Neffendorf, and two sisters, Cora, Mrs. Hilmar Burrer and Meta, Mrs. Alvin Lehne. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 27 Nov 2002; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Neffendorf, Roy Charles: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 1 February 2012
Roy Charles Neffendorf, 81, of Fallbrook, CA, died Jan. 15, 2012. Services were held Friday, Jan. 20, at Christ the King Lutheran Church in Fallbrook, CA. Neffendorf was born in Fredericksburg on April 10, 1930, the son of Emil Neffendorf and Helena Mayer Neffendorf. His wife, the former Frances Barrs, preceded him in death. A U.S. Air Force veteran of the Korean Conflict, Neffendorf graduated from Texas Tech University with a degree in aeronautical engineering. For many years, he was employed by Rockwell International where he worked on missile guidance systems. Survivors include a son, Gary Neffendorf; a daughter and son-in-law, Mary and Ed Himmelberg; one grandson, and a sister and brother-in-law, Carolyn and Gus Grosskopf of Austin. In addition to his wife and parents, Neffendorf was preceded in death by a brother, Stanley Neffendorf, who was killed in the Korean Conflict.
Nevels, Larry Joseph: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 30
Commander USN (Ret) Larry Joseph Nevels, 66, of Fredericksburg died Friday, Nov. 18, 2011, at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio. Funeral services were held Wednesday, Nov. 23, at 11 a.m., at Fredericksburg United Methodist Church with the Rev. Gilbert Franke and Dr. J. Jason fry officiating. Pallbearers at the church included Bill Burns, Gary Zeplin, Don Vogler, Tom Hanifan, Joe Kammlah and Daryl Whitworth. Honorary pallbearers were Allan Sawatzky, Gilbert Franke, Terry Collier and the Fredericksburg High School Navy Junior ROTC. Graveside services and interment with military honors followed on Monday, Nov. 28, at 11:30 a.m., at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio. Larry was born Oct. 20, 1945 in Monroe, MI. He married Linda Waterbury on March 22, 1997, at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Fredericksburg and she survives. Larry graduated from high school in Beeville in 1964 and Texas Lutheran (College) University in Seguin in 1968 and earned a commission as an Ensign in the United States Navy that same year. He served three tours in Southeast Asia, became a flight instructor, a Navy Exchange Officer and held dozens of positions in the Navy, including Officer in Charge, Maritime Patrol Activities in Diego Garcia, Indian Ocean. During his 20-year career, Larry received the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service medal, three Air Medals, four Outstanding Units Awards, Vietnam Service Medal with four Bronze Stars, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, Vietnamese Air Service Medal and earned Dutch Navy Pilot wings. He was part of the Apollo 17 Recovery Team flying out of Pango-Pango, American Samoa. Larry attended the coronation of the Queen of the Netherlands, Queen Beatrix, had dinner with the King of Norway (and then VP George Bush) and met Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in Edinburgh, Scotland. He visited or served in over 50 countries while in the Navy. Larry served an exchange tour with the Royal Netherlands Navy for three years and became fully qualified as Mission Commander for Anti-Submarine Warfare and Search and Rescue in the Dutch Atlantique Maritime Patrol Aircraft. He flew 27 different aircraft throughout his military career. He retired as a Commander, USN, at Naval Station Norfolk, VA, in 1988 and moved to Fredericksburg that same year. He was the Economic Developer for Fredericksburg and Gillespie County for 14 years and the Gillespie County Airport Manager for three. He started the Navy Junior ROTC program at Fredericksburg High School and was the first Senior Naval Science Instructor. In addition to his wife, Larry is survived by two daughters, Stacey McFadin of Tennessee and Lauren Nevels of Houston. He is also survived by two sisters, three brothers and spouses, including Don and Lucy Nevels of Argentina, Nancy and Gary Winsper of Dallas, Carole and Jack Weldon of College Station, Lee Clark of Florida and Craig Clark of Fort Worth.
Neffendorf, Vivian: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 12 December 2012
Vivian Neffendorf, 86, nee Knopp, of Fredericksburg, died Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012. A memorial service was held Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 4 p.m. in the chapel at Schaetter Funeral Home with the Rev. Dale Friedrich officiating. Private interment of the cremains is planned at Greenwood Cemetery. Visitation was held before the memorial service. Mrs. Neffendorf was born Oct. 31, 1926, in Fredericksburg, the daughter of Alex Knopp and Alma Klein Knopp. She married Raymond Otto Neffendorf on Nov. 9, 1946, in San Antonio. He preceded her in death. For many years, Mrs. Neffendorf worked at the Radio Post. Later on, she was employed by Knopp and Metzger Department Store. She is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, including Gary and Jenny Neffendorf and Keith and Tracie Neffendorf, all of Fredericksburg; six grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and a sister, Jeanne Dietrich of Fredericksburg. Her husband and parents preceded her in death.
Newell, Oliver William Jr.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 17 October 2012
Robert Lee - Newell (11 Jan 1943-11 Oct 2012) was born in Longview, Texas to Oliver William Newell and Dorothy Irene Deblin Newell. Burial is unknown. [Additional information is welcome]
Newman, Nova Lynn: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 14 March
Nova Lynn Newman passed away Wednesday, March 7, 2012 in San Antonio, TX. She was born March 2, 2012 in San Antonio. She is survived by her mother and father, Dominique Martin Newman and Bobby Kyle Newman; sisters, Sage Maren Newman and Falon Serenity Newman; grandparents, Jackie and Kevin Martin and Mary Newman; great-grandparents, Ona Magee and Ray Dixon and J.C. and Leona Cox; uncles, Kevin Martin and wife, April, John Roberts, Cecil Newman and wife, Necia, and Dominic Martin and wife, Jamie; aunts, Charlene Taylor and husband, Bradley, and Tabitha Baker. Nova Lynn is also survived by three great-aunts, two great-uncles, four aunties, three uncles, five cousins, and many other loving relatives. Be at peace my baby, we will see you soon. A memorial service was held Saturday, March 10, at 10 a.m., at Crofts Funeral Home in Johnson City.
Newman, Thomas Caton: Thomas Caton Newman, 83, of Fredericksburg, died Saturday, May 21, 2011.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 24 at First Baptist Church with the Rev. D. G. McCoury officiating. Alice Josey was the organist. Sherilea Brown was the vocalist and a quartet including Ray Williams, Gary Covin, Charles Malinak and L. D. Casey also sang. Interment followed at Greenwood Cemetery where Mark Eckhardt rendered "Taps" at graveside. Arrangements were under the direction of Fredericksburg Funeral Home where visitation was held Monday evening, May 232. Newman was born on May 11, 1928, in Anta Anna, the son of Lester Newman and Blanch Caton Newman. He married Sue Milligan on Nov. 21, 1953, in Santa Anna and she survives. A farmer and rancher, he also worked with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service for many years. Newman served three years in the United States Navy during the Korean Conflict. In addition to his wife, Newman is survived by two daughters and sons-in-law, including Dr. Susan and Kevin Fritz of Fredericksburg and Elaine and Clarence McDaniel of Llano; five grandchildren, and a brother-in-law, A. L. Freeman of Lake Weatherford. Newman was preceded in death by his parents and one sister, Doris Freeman. Pallbearers included John Brown, Jim Josey, Don Davison, Don Rossow, Curtis Herbort, Mike Benoit, John Davis, Roger White and Leroy Poehls. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; Wednesday, 01 June 2011; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Nichols, Patsy: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 10 October
Patsy Waller Nichols, 63, of Austin, Texas died on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012 in Austin after a brief illness related to West Nile Virus. She was born January 31, 1949 in Luling, Texas to Dr. Edward Pendleton Waller and Robbie Robinson Waller. She grew up in San Antonio, Texas. After graduating from Alamo Heights High School in 1967, Patsy attended Tulane where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi and Secretary of the Newcomb student body. She and her husband Bruce met at Tulane and were happily married for 43 years. Soon after their wedding in 1969, Bruce left to serve in the U.S. Navy while Patsy completed her degree at Texas Tech University. Upon Bruce’s return from Vietnam, they were stationed in Bermuda, which fostered a love for that country and many happy return trips. In 1973, they moved to Houston where Patsy attended the University of Houston Law School. She joined the law firm of Fulbright & Jaworski in 1976. After the birth of their son, Travis, Patsy and Bruce moved to Austin where she continued her practice at Fulbright. In 1984 she became one of the first female partners at Fulbright in Austin and remained with the firm for her entire legal career, spanning over 36 years. When Patsy and Bruce’s son, Travis, attended Texas A&M University, Patsy became an avid and loyal Aggie mom. She was involved in many Aggie organizations, including Aggie Moms, the University Libraries, the Corp of Cadets and the Bush School. In 2009, she was appointed to the A&M University International Advisory Board. In recognition of their contribution and devotion to the university, Patsy and Bruce were named Aggie Parents of the Year in 2007. Patsy had an incredible enthusiasm for life, a warm smile, and a generous spirit. She gave wholeheartedly to everything she did. Patsy especially loved to spend time and to travel with family and friends. Celebrating holidays was very important to her and her hospitality always made them uniquely special. She also loved her many pets, especially Boomer. In addition to her devoted husband, Bruce, Patsy is survived by her son, Dr. Travis Nichols and his wife, Katy; two grandsons, Tyler and Mason; her brother, Edward P. (Joe) Waller and wife, Carla, and sister, Betty Martin and husband, John. She is also survived by nieces, Meredith Reshoft and husband, Andreas; Lacy Lawrence and husband, John; Brooke Waller; Paige DiVittorio and husband, John; nephew, Derrick Price and wife, Lauren; mother-in-law. Sara Nichols; sister-in-law, Carol Sneed and husband, Bill, their daughter, Katherine Sneed, and sister-in law, Ann Nichols. Patsy also leaves behind many long time close friends who loved her dearly. The family wishes to thank their long time internist and friend, Dr. Ace Alsup, as well as the doctors and staff in the Seton Hospital ICU. Visitation was held Friday, Oct. 5, from 6-8 p.m., at Weed Corley Fish at 3125 North Lamar Blvd, Austin, Texas. A memorial service celebrating Patsy’s life was held on Saturday, October 6 at 1 p.m., at Tarrytown United Methodist Church, 2601 Exposition Boulevard, Austin, Texas. There was a reception at the church following the service. A private burial service was held at the Aggie Field of Honor on Sunday, Oct. 7.
Nielsen, Clara Helen
Clara Helen Nielsen, nee Mueller, passed away on Sunday, May 8, 2011, at the age of ninety-three years, seven months and twenty-two days after an extended stay at Knopp Nursing Home in Fredericksburg, Texas.
Clara was born in Fredericksburg, Texas on Sept. 16, 1917, the eldest child of Louis Mueller and Valeska Klein Mueller. She was baptized on Nov. 18, 1917, at Holy Ghost Lutheran Church and confirmed there as well on March 29, 1931. She attended Fredericksburg High School and graduated as Salutatorian of her senior class. On Aug. 20, 1944, Clara was united in marriage to Percy Anders Nie3lsen at Trinity Lutheran Church in Stonewall, Texas. Exactly one year later on Aug. 20, 1945, the couple received an anniversary present of a daughter, Carol Jean. Clara is survived by her daughter, Carol Jean Nielsen Latta; her son-in-law, James R. Chapman, Jr.; and her sister, Julia Crenwelge. She was preceded in death by her husband, and by her younger brother, Perry Louis Mueller. Clara was active in Holy Ghost Lutheran Church most of her life. She is perhaps best remembered for her capabilities as bookkeeper and ticket writer at Gillespie Livestock Company, a job she capably held for many years. Funeral services were held Thursday, May 12, at 10 a.m., at Holy Ghost Lutheran Church with interment following in Der Stadt Friedhof. Memorial contributions may be made to Holy Ghost Lutheran Church or tot eh charity of choice. Pallbearers included Terry Crenwelge, Floyd Nielsen, Jim Nielsen, Sofus Nielsen, Kurt Weinheimer and Bernard Scrogin. Condolences may be sent to the family online at becmann funeral home.com. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Beckmann Funeral Home. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; Wednesday, 18 May 2011; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Nielsen, Clarence C.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 16 Sept 2009.
Clarence C. Nielsen, 93, of Stonewall, died Friday, Sept. 4, 2009. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Sept. 8, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Stonewall with the Rev. Percy Smerek officiating. Annabel Wilkinson was the organist; Deborah Ottmers, the soloist, and Todd Meier, the trumpeter. Interment followed in the Stonewall Community Cemetery. Pallbearers included Troy Jenschke, of Stonewall; Heath Jenschke and Jade Lawrence, both of Fredericksburg; Lance Eilers and Mark Eilers, both of Spicewood; Quinn Jenschke, Piedmont, OK; Chad Svatek, Santa Monica, CA; Hugh Nielsen, Jonesboro; and Chance Litton, Puessenheim, Germany. Clarence was born Aug. 31, 1916, in Gillespie County, the son of Sofus Nielsen and Alma Scharnhorst Nielsen. He married Meta Pehl on Nov. 25, 1940 in San Antonio and she survives. An honest, soft-spoken individual who believed in hard work and simple pleasures, Clarence loved farming, ranching and trucking. He was also the owner of Nielsen Fertilizer. Most of all, Clarence loved to plow, which he did until May of this year. In addition to his wife, Clarence is survived by five daughters, one son and spouses, including Margie Jenschke, JoNell Lawrence and Cynthia and Tommy Eilers, all of Fredericksburg; Sofus and Janie Nielsen and Corinne and Steve Litton, all of Stonewall, and Jerleen and Dan Svatek of Victoria. He is also survived by 16 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Also surviving are a sister and brother-in-law, Dora and Albert Meier of Stonewall; a brother, Andrew Nielson, also of Stonewall, and a sister, Emmie Lou Blessington of Houston. Nielsen was preceded in death by his parents as well as a son-in-law, Jack Lawrence Jr.; a brother, Percy Nielsen, and two sisters, Ophelia Weinheimer and Janie Ruth Nielsen.
Nielsen, James Alvin: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 1 May 2013
James Alvin Nielsen, 57, of Woodhill, Ill., died Sunday, March 3, 2013. Funeral services were held Saturday, March 9, at Osco Community Church in Osco, Ill, followed by interment at Andover Township Cemetery. Visitation was held Friday evening, March 8, at Vandemore Funeral Home in Geneseo, Ill. Nielsen was born Aug. 28, 1955, in San Juan, Texas, the son of the Rev. Holger Nielsen and Beulah Henriksen Nielsen. On May 20, 1978, he married Naomi Louise Wendel and she survives. He worked as a design draftsman and then for 30 years as an elevator programmer. He also had his own farm vegetable and poultry business over the years, and since June 2011 had done that full time. In addition to his wife, Nielsen is survived by three daughters, including Clara Nielsen, Krista Johnson and her husband, Luke, and Katrina Nielsen, and one grandson. He is also survived by one brother, four sisters and their spouses, including Mark and Susan Nielsen, Pauline Johnson, Rachel and Ron Randall, Annie and Bob Crane, and Ruth and Bruce Kindred. Survivors also include his mother-in-law, Florine Wendel, of Fredericksburg; a brother-in-law, Mark Wendel, and a sister-in-law, Melissa Smith. Nielsen was preceded in death by his parents; a sister, Sara Watrous, and his fatherinlaw, the Rev. Rudy Wendel.
NIMITZ, FRANK A.
Kin of Admiral and Orange People Dies
Fredericksburg, Tex. Feb 24 - Frank A. Nimitz, 45, cousin of famed Admiral Chester Minitz, died here yesterday after a long illness. Mr. Nimitz also was a relative of several Orange people. (The Orange Leader, Orange, Tex., Feb. 24, 1948 - Transcribed by Veneta McKinney)
Nitsche, Joanie: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 20 February
Joanie (Inky) Nitsche, 78, nee Stanfill, of Fredericksburg, died Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 5 p.m. in the chapel at Schaetter Funeral Home with the Rev. Pam Traver officiating. Visitation was held beforehand. Interment followed in the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Beaumont. Mrs. Nitsche was born Oct. 20, 1934, in Port Arthur, the daughter of John Fredrick Stanfill and Melba Ann Sawyer Stanfill. Her only survivors are Haake and Stanfill cousins. She was preceded in death by two husbands, Jerry T. Nitsche and Ellis Ballou Hines.
Nixon, Irene: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 1 August 2012
Irene Nixon, 86, nee Lyons, of Fredericksburg, died Friday, July 27, 2012, at Mountain Home. Private graveside service and interment of the ashes is planned at a later date at the Nixon Family Cemetery at Squaw Creek, east of Doss. Mrs. Nixon was born Jan. 8, 1926, in Andes, N.Y., the daughter of Pearl Earl Lyons and Eunice Baufman Lyons. She married Ellis Nixon in October 1974 in Fredericksburg. He preceded her in death. Mrs. Nixon moved to Fredericksburg after her marriage. She made quilts for many people in the community. She is survived by five sons, one daughter and spouses, including James and Pam Lord of Grove, Okla.; Earl Lord of Venita, Okla.; Elaine and Dan Wilson of Easley, S.C.; Harold and Jamie Moore of Mountain Home; Cyrus and Nannette Moore of Laurens, S.C. and David and Mary Moore of Kerrville Survivors also include 19 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Nixon was preceded in death by three sisters and three brothers, including Lovella Utter, Walter Lyons, Willard Lyons, William Lyons, Adeline Haynes and Cora Dellolio. Memorials may be sent to the family at: Irene Nixon, 275 Louise Lane Northwest, Mountain Home, Tex. 78058. Arrangements under the direction of Beckmann Funeral Home.
Nixon, Louise: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post 18 Aug
Louise Enderle Nixon went to be with our Lord Jesus Christ on Aug. 7, 2011 at the age of 92. Funeral services were held Aug. 10 with the Rev. Casey Zesch officiating. Nina Nixon-Mendez and Dick Dorer were vocalists and Margie Ottmers was organist. Interment followed at Greenwood Cemetery. On Aug. 4, 1919, Louise was born in Fredericksburg to Benjamin Lester Enderle and Louise Forres Enderle. She grew up in a musical family and enjoyed playing the piano and singing. As a child, she tap-danced and sang in vaudeville shows at the Palace Theater and Nimitz Ballroom. She graduated from Fredericksburg High School as valedictorian and was married to Victor Lewis Nixon on June 6, 1936. Louise and Victor recently celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary. Louise and Victor enrolled in the University of Texas at Austin, and she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in drama in 1942. As a member of the University’s Curtain Club, Louise received its highest honor, the Gold Keys. After graduation, they moved to Baytown, where she taught reading and speech. In 1946, they returned to Fredericksburg, and became one of the largest peach producers in Gillespie County, continuing the business started by her father in 1922. Louise operated the retail fruit sales, and made television and radio appearances in spring and summer promoting the peach industry of Gillespie County. The Nixons later expanded their operations to include apple production. Louise also taught at Fredericksburg Junior High, and was a life member of Fredericksburg PTA. She served as both a Girl Scout and Cub Scout leader, and a member of the Gillespie County Historical Society, Gillespie County Historical Commission, Delta Kappa Gamma, Beta Sigma Phi, Music Study Club, Band Boosters, Texas Exes, Gillespie County Republican Women, and was an active member of Bethany Lutheran Church and the Lydia circle. She was known for the many productions she directed for the Fredericksburg Community Theater, church and community groups. She directed and choreographed Fredericksburg’s 125th Anniversary Pageant in 1971, a community-wide production. With a passion for local and Texas history, she spent hundreds of hours researching, cataloging photographs and newspaper clippings at the Vereins Kirche archives. She also loved politics and attended two presidential inaugurations in Washington, D.C. Louise is survived by her husband, Victor Lewis Nixon; a son and daughter-in-law, Victor, Jr. and Marian Nixon; two daughters and sons-in-law, Cristol and Carl Schoessow, and Nina Nixon-Mendez and Samuel D. Mendez of San Antonio; grandchildren, Charissa Nixon, Cassandra Schoessow, Lara Rivera and husband Sam, Christopher Schoessow and wife Gayle, Courtney Schoessow, Victor Mendez and Felipa Mendez; seven great-grandchildren, Sidney Nixon, Zana Smith, Zoe Rivera, Grey Rossi, Addison, Nora and Wyatt Schoessow; sisters-in-law, Naomi “Popcorn” Nixon and Rosemary Enderle of McAllen. She was preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Mildred Enderle Benorden; and a brother, Donald Lester Enderle. Pallbearers included Christopher Schoessow, Victor Mendez, Sam Rivera, Nick Nixon, Aaron Cox and Curtis Coolidge. Honorary pallbearers were Louise’s grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Nixon, Louise: Mrs. Hubert Nixon, nee Louise Oestreich, 81, of Fredericksburg died Thursday, Jan. 6, 2005, at Hill Country Memorial Hospital.
Funeral services were held Saturday, Jan. 8, in the chapel of Schaetter Funeral Home with the Rev. Monte Marshall officiating. Interment of the cremains will be at a later date at Squaw Creek Cemetery. Mrs. Nixon was born July 2, 1923, in Fredericksburg, the daughter of Paul and Cora Oestreich. She married Hubert Nixon of Fredericksburg on Nov. 13, 1955, in Mexico. Mrs. Nixon served in the United States Army from May 31, 1944 to April 30, 1946. She received the American theater Campaign Ribbon, the Good Conduct Medal and the Victory Ribbon. In addition to her husband, she is survived by two children and their spouses: Peter and Terrie Nixon and Nancy and Mark Polsue, all of Fredericksburg, along with six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She is also survived by a brother and his wife, Allen and Madeline Oestreich of Fredericksburg. She was preceded in death by her parents; a daughter, Zoe Ann Nixon; two brothers, Marvin Oestreich and Wallace Oestreich, and a sister, Rena Oestreich Nagel. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 12 Jan 2005; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Nixon, Mary Margaret: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 3 October 2012
Mrs. Clarence L. Nixon, 91, nee Mary Margaret Jung of Fredericksburg, died Sunday, Sept. 23, 2012, at Knopp Assisted Living Center. A funeral mass was celebrated Wednesday, Sept. 26, at 10 a.m. at St. Mary’s Catholic Church with Msgr. Enda McKenna officiating. Mary Ann Murchison was the pianist and Annette Whittington, 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, led by Deacon Patrick Klein, were held Tuesday evening, Sept. 25. Mrs. Nixon was born Jan. 14, 1921, in Gillespie County, the daughter of Edwin Henry Jung and Dora Kunz Jung. She married Clarence Lloyd Nixon on Feb, 10, 1940, in Kerrville and he survives. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Nixon is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Gail and Jim Nielsen of Stonewall; two sons, Kevin Nixon of Dallas and Kirk Nixon of Fort Worth; two grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. She is also survived by two sisters, Carolyn, Mrs. Carroll Hardin of Round Rock, and Agnes, Mrs. Leo Blanchard Jr. of Fredericksburg. Mrs. Nixon was preceded in death by her parents, and three brothers, including Michael Jung, Thomas Jung and Robert Jung. Memorials may be made to the St. Joseph’s Halle Restoration Fund, Hill Country Memorial Hospice or to the charity of choice. Pallbearers included Dwight Harden, Brad Harden, Spencer Jung, Kyle Eppler, Adrian Luedecke and Coty Watts.
Nixon, Naomi: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 13 June
Naomi Davis Nixon, lovingly known as “Popcorn” went to be with our Lord Jesus Christ on May 26, 2012, at the age of 90 years. Funeral services were held Tuesday, May 29, at Fredericksburg United Methodist Church with the Rev. Dr. J. Jason Fry officiating. Judy Hickerson was organist. Interment followed at Greenwood Cemetery. On June 29, 1921, Popcorn was born in Waynoka, Okla. to Albert and Lottie Snider Davis. After graduating from high school in Dalhart, Texas, Popcorn moved to Dallas where she was a machinist at North American Aviation. Popcorn was a true “Rosie the Riveter” representing the American women who worked in factories during WWII. Naomi married Andrew “Jack” Nixon on Dec. 15, 1942, in Dallas at Highland Park Methodist Church. After the war, the couple moved to Fredericksburg where she and Jack raised a family and developed lifelong friends. Popcorn was very active in the community. She was a Life Member of the PTA and worked on the cook book committee. She worked with the Girl Scouts and served on the Hill Country Girl Scout Council in Austin. Popcorn was a charter member of the Hill Country Memorial Hospital Auxiliary and was instrumental in developing the LVN program at that time. She was a member of the Gillespie County Historical Society, Band Boosters and the Nimitz Foundation. She was a member of Fredericksburg United Methodist Church. Naomi is survived by three daughters: Linda and Don Urbanec of Boerne; Peggy Cox and Gary Geistweidt of Fredericksburg and Jackie and Jerry Fulton of Paradise, Texas; seven grandchildren: Kelly Urbanec, Karen and Todd Willingham, Andrew Cox, Aaron and Betsy Cox, Katherine and Mark Johnston, Jamie and Kelly Fulton and Sarah Fulton; six great-grandchildren: Matthew and Michael Willingham, Natalie and Cash Cox, Jackson and Fritz Fulton; one sister, Frances “Cubby” and Wilbert Huebner of Irving, and a sister-in-law, Val, Mrs. Glen Davis of California. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Andrew Jackson Nixon; son, Andrew Jackson Nixon V; son-in-law, Jay Stein Cox, and brother, Glen Davis. Pallbearers included Andrew and Aaron Cox, Jamie Fulton, Todd Willingham, Mike and Terry Huebner and Mark Johnston (honorary). Memorials may be made to Hill Country Memorial Hospital Foundation, Hill Country Community Needs Council or the charity of your choice. Arrangements were under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home.
Nixon, Otherine: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 27 March 2013
Mrs. Lee Roy Nixon, 89, nee Otherine Curb of San Augustine, died Tuesday, March 19, 2013. Graveside services and interment were held Saturday, March 23, at 1 p.m. at the Squaw Creek Cemetery, east of Doss. Arrangements were under the direction of Wyman Roberts Funeral Home in San Augustine. Local arrangements were under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home. Mrs. Nixon was born Sept. 30, 1923, in Duval County, the daughter of Tom Curb and Minze Elizabeth Armstrong Curb. She married Lee Roy Nixon who preceded her in death on Oct. 8, 1998. She is survived by two daughters, one son and spouses, including Ann and Bud Emmons of San Augustine; Oline Ray of Spring, and Thomas and Carolyn Fry of Whitney. She is also survived by numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren and a sister, Faye Conner of Waco. In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Nixon was preceded in death by a sister, Nadine Gill.
Nixon, Victor Lewis Sr.: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 18
Victor Lewis Nixon Sr. went to be with our Lord on April 7, 2012, at the age of 96. Funeral services were held April 10 at 2 p.m., at Bethany Lutheran Church, with the Reverends Casey Zesch, Steve Qualben and Elliott Pancoast officiating. Nina Nixon-Mendez and Sam Mendez were vocalists, Victor Mendez was cellist and Annabel Wilkinson was organist. Interment followed at Greenwood Cemetery. On Sept. 14, 1915, Victor was born in Mason County to Edward Lee Nixon and Alma Mary Weinheimer Nixon. He excelled in sports and academics and graduated from Fredericksburg High School as salutatorian. He married Louise Enderle and they celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary on June 6, 2011. Victor graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering. He and Louise moved to Baytown, where he was employed at Humble Oil and Refining Co. In 1946, they returned to Fredericksburg and he joined his father-in-law, B.L. Enderle, in the surveying business. He and Louise also became one of the largest peach and apple producers in Gillespie County, continuing the business started by Mr. Enderle in 1922. Victor served as the City Engineer on the Town Pool project, as engineer on the Gillespie County Airport, and as Gillespie County Surveyor. In later years, he and Charles Ottmers formed Nixon-Ottmers Surveyors, and he and his son and daughter-in-law, Victor Jr. and Marian, opened Nixon Real Estate. Victor was a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Gillespie County Fruit Growers, Jaycees, Chamber of Commerce, Civilian Defense Council, Billie Boosters, Texas Exes, Gillespie County Historical Society, and FISD School Board. He was an active member of Bethany Lutheran Church. Victor loved the outdoors, especially hunting wild game, fishing, collecting Indian artifacts, and gardening. Victor is survived by a son and daughter-in-law, Victor Nixon, Jr. and Marian, two daughters and sons-in-law, Cristol and Carl Schoessow, and Nina Nixon-Mendez and Samuel D. Mendez of San Antonio; grandchildren, Charissa Nixon, Cassandra Schoessow, Lara Rivera and husband, Samuel, Christopher Schoessow and wife, Gayle, Courtney Schoessow, Victor Mendez and Felipa Mendez; seven great-grandchildren, Sidney Nixon, Zana Smith, Zoe Rivera, Grey Rossi, Addison, Nora and Wyatt Schoessow; sisters-in-law, Naomi "Popcorn" Nixon and Rosemary Enderle of McAllen. He was preceded in death by his wife, Louise; his parents, a sister, Grace Schroeder; and two brothers, Erwin Nixon and Andrew J. (Jack) Nixon. Pallbearers included Christopher Schoessow, Victor Mendez, Samuel Rivera, Nick Nixon, Aaron Cox and Brad Mechler. Honorary pallbearers were Charles Ottmers, Lawrence Klein, Harold Pape, Carey Bonn, Curtis Mohr and Wayne Mohr.
Gil Nogueira, a resident of Fredericksburg, Texas, passed away at age 96 on Feb. 7, 2008.
The family received Friends Tuesday, Feb. 12, at Fredericksburg Funeral Home. Graveside services in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery were held Friday, Feb. 15. Gil was born on Nov. 24, 1911, in Beaumont, Texas. His business career was in banking and finance, primarily in San Antonio, Texas, but his love was music. During World War II, Gil served in the U.S. Navy and helped organize the USO band in San Diego. After the war, he played in several orchestras, traveling around during the Big Band Era. At an engagement in San Antonio, the band was playing when he met and fell in love with Mildred (Kotsie) Smith of Fredericksburg. Kotsie was a "torch singer" with another band. Gil and Kotsie were married on Sept. 30, 1935. They joined the very popular Mack Rogers band, and their "honeymoon" was spent with the other nine men as the band toured the country. When they decided to have a family, they settled in San Antonio. They formed the Kotsie Keith Orchestra, which played at San Antonio functions for several decades and was the Cavaliers band of choice. The Kotsie Keith Orchestra was the first to bring live music to the San Antonio River Parade. They also brought much humor to it with their themes. Kotsie passed away at age 87 in 1999. Gil loved baseball and became the president of the Alamo Heights Little League. It was during this stint that he met Al Campanas, the head scout and later Senior Vice President of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Their friendship resulted in Gil becoming a part-time scout for the Dodgers. Gil brought Al to San Antonio to scout David Johnson, who ended up signing with the Cardinals. Davy went on to become Manager of the New York Mets. Gil and Kotsie had two sons. Gil, who preceded him in death, lived in San Francisco and worked in the travel business. Mike, who is also in the banking business, spent most of his career in Corpus Christi. After retirement, Mike and wife Betsy settled in Fredericksburg. Gil and Kotsie's foster son, Monte, is retired from the United States Air Force and lives in Ramstein, Germany with his wife, Rosie. Gil moved to Corpus Christi to be near Mike and Betsy, granddaughter Kim Hatridge, husband Paul, and great-grandchildren, Taylor, Tanner, and Grace. In 2003, Gil moved to Fredericksburg. Grandson Larry, and wife, Amy, of Houston, brought him a fourth great-grandchild, Lucy Claire, in 2006. Throughout Gil's life, from youthful adventures at the family ranch, Round Lake, his military years, banking, long musical career, and the years of "BoBo" to the grandchildren and great grandchildren, Gil was known for his elegance of dress, his sharp questioning mind, but most of all, for his non-stop humor. Gil will be missed by family and many friends. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 20 Feb 2008; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Mrs. Lowell Norman, 83, nee Ella Welgehausen Jackson, died on Saturday, Sept. 17, 1994 in Knopp Nursing Home No. 1.
Funeral services were held on Tuesday, Sept. 20, at 10 a.m., in the Beckmann Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. J. L. Holloway officiating. Interment was in the City Cemetery. Mrs. Norman was born on March 10, 1911 in the Crabapple community, the daughter of Louis Welgehausen and Emma Schmidt Welgehausen. She married Robert Jackson on June 15, 1929, and he preceded her in death on Feb. 28, 1982. She married Lowell Norman on April 13, 1986 in the First Baptist Church in Fredericksburg and he survives. In addition to her husband, she is survived by the following children: Margaret Lampkin of Taft, CA; Mildred McCoy of San Antonio, Bob Jackson of Pearland, and a daughter-in-law, Nell Jackson of Kingsland; six grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Wilburn Jackson; two sisters and two brothers. Memorials may be made to the charity of choice. Pallbearers were Robert Jackson, Jerry Jamison, James Jackson, Charles Medberry, Lloyd Wakefield and Shawn Inman. [Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; September 21, 1994; transcribed by Jimmy Davis]
Novian, Annie Mae: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 8 February 2012
Annie Mae Novian, 90, nee Friedrich, of Fredericksburg, died Monday, Jan. 30, 2012. Funeral services were held Wednesday, Feb. 1, at 2 p.m. at Fredericksburg Funeral Home with the Rev. Danielle Knapp officiating. Interment followed at Greenwood Cemetery. Visitation was held Tuesday evening, Jan. 31, at the funeral home. Mrs. Novian was born Jan. 5, 1922, in Gillespie County, the daughter of Julius Friedrich and Laura Koenig Friedrich. She married Lawrence E. Novian on April 15, 1944, in the parsonage of Edison Street Methodist Church. He preceded her in death. Survivors include her son, Delton Novian, and a sister, Imogene Friedrich, both of Fredericksburg. In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Novian was preceded in death by two brothers and two sisters, including William Friedrich, Alberto Friedrich, Ruby Lindig and Julia Lynette Friedrich who died in infancy. Memorials may be made to Fredericksburg United Methodist Church, Hill Country Memorial Hospice or to the charity of choice. Pallbearers included Jimmy Smarr, Glen Treibs, Don Wenger, Kenneth Gold, Michael Sembritzky and Kermit Klaehn.
Nuernberger, Ida: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 21 March 2012
Mrs. Ernst Nuernberger, 94, nee Ida Schramme, of Comfort, died Monday, March 12, 2012, at Hill Country Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were held Saturday, March 17, at 2 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Comfort with the Rev. Michael Ensrude officiating. Gloria Spenrath was the organist. Interment followed in the Comfort Cemetery. Arrangements were under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home of Comfort. Mrs. Nuernberger was born Aug. 28, 1917, in Goldthwaite, the daughter of Charlie and Louise Janner. Her mother died in childbirth. So, when Ida was just a few weeks old, she traveled by railroad to Brenham to be adopted by Willie and Emma Schulz Schramme. Her first husband, Elmer Kutzer, whom she married in Comfort, died in 1965. She married Ernst Nuernberger on April 22, 1967, in Comfort. He died in 1996. After attending the Prairie Hill Schools, Mrs. Nuernberger worked in elder care in Brenham before moving to Comfort to work at the Sons of Hermann Home until she retired. Survivors include a son and daughter-in-law, Alvin and Billie Jean Kutzer of Havana, AR; a daughter, Margaret Edwards of Comfort; six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. She is also survived by a sister and brother-in-law, Willa Mae and Benny Jensen of Washington, TX. Mrs. Nuernberger was preceded in death by her parents, husbands and a son-in-law, Oris Edwards. Memorials may be made to Immanuel Lutheran Church, the Comfort Golden Age Center or to the charity of choice. Pallbearers included Tom Rusch, Larry Kutzer, Kevin Kutzer, Calvin Pfieffer, Steven Holekamp, SSgt. Michael Olsen, David Albrecht and J.C. Feller.
Nugent, Linda Darlene: Fredericksburg Standard - Radio Post; 18 July
Mrs. Victor Nugent, 63, nee Linda Darlene Sifford, of Fredericksburg, died Friday, July 6, 2012. A memorial service was held Thursday, July 12, at 6 p.m. at Holy Ghost Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall with the Rev. Bobby Vitek officiating. Private interment of the cremains is planned at a later date. Arrangements are under the direction of Schaetter Funeral Home. Mrs. Nugent was born Oct. 13, 1948, in Kerrville, the daughter of Russell Green Sifford and Gladys Haggerton Sifford. She married Victor Nugent on Feb. 27, 1965, in Kerrville. He preceded her in death. She is survived by one daughter, two sons and spouses, including Judy and Gregory Pigg of Fredericksburg, Billy and Candy Nugent of Llano and Robert Nugent of Bastrop; and a step-daughter and spouse, Riva Ann and Aaron Wheeler of Comfort. Survivors also include 15 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren; two sisters, two brothers and spouses, including Bernice Dunham of Canyon, Russell and Barbara Sifford and Shirley Flora, all of Center Point, and Larry and Mary Esther Sifford of Kerrville. In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Nugent was preceded in death by one granddaughter, Kallen Mary Frances Bentley; two brothers, Roy Sifford and Roger Sifford, and one sister who died in infancy.
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