Isabelle A. Warwas
Isabelle A. Warwas, 99, of Cuero, died Friday, March 5, 2004.
She was born April 20, 1904 in Karnes County to the late Henry and Susan Skloss Gawlik. She was a homemaker and a member of St. Michael’s Catholic Church and Altar Society.
She is survived by her daughters, Helen Lempa of Cuero and Imelda Schoenherr of Goliad; sons, Herman Warwas of Cuero, Alvin Warwas of Berkley, California, and Edwin Warwas of Ashville, North Carolina; brother, Herny Gawlik of Victoria; 28 grandchildren; 38 great-grandchildren; and seven great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Willie Warwas; daughters, Irene Murphy and Annette Warwas; son, Joseph Warwas; sisters, Christine Warwas and Vera Biemer; brothers, Jerome Gawlik, Alois Gawlik, and John Gawlik; and granddaughter, Kathleen Warwas Harding.
A rosary was recited Sunday, March 7 at Freund Funeral Home Chapel. A funeral Mass was said Monday at St. Michael's Catholic Church, the Rev. Kirby Hlavaty officiated. Burial was at Hillside Cemetery in Cuero. Freund Funeral Home, Cuero, 361-275-2343.
Pallbearers: Chris Schoenherr, Henry Schoenherr Jr., Greg Warwas, David Warwas, Frederick Murphy, Timothy Murphy, Leonard Lempa, and Mike Lempa.
Memorials: St. Michael's Catholic Church in Cuero or donor's choice.
Ineta M.C. Skinner
Ineta M. Carnes Skinner, 94, of Cuero, passed away Thursday, March 4, 2004.
Ineta was born Jan. 6, 1910 in Yoakum to the late W. A. Carnes Sr. and Franci Kemp Carnes. She moved to Pearsall in 1942 and resided there until 1989 when she moved to Cuero to be near her brother. She was a housewife, a lover of animals, and she enjoyed sewing.
She is survived by cousins, Leila Bess Alexander of Austin and Mary McKinney of San Antonio; niece, Martha Clark of San Antonio; nephews, Louis G. Carnes of Persall and W. A, Carnes III of Cuero.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Howard Skinner, and her brothers, Fred G. Carnes and W. A. Carnes Jr.
Graveside services were held Sunday, March 7 at Pearsall Cemetery in Pearsall under the direction of Freund Funeral Home, Cuero, 361-275-2343.
Mrs. Reba Jane Fox-Klawinsky
Mrs. Reba Jane Fox-Klawinsky, 74, was born July 30, 1929 to William Harvey Slayton and Harriet Elizabeth Slayton, in Smith County. She later met and married Mack Troy Fox, and moved to Cuero, where they lived for twenty years. She later moved to Huntsville where she work for Huntsville Independent School District in the food service department. After retiring, she moved back to Cuero, and had just recently moved to Garland.
She leaves behind to cherish her memory, three children, Dee McSparran and husband Bob, of Dana Point, California; Troy Fox and wife Judy, of Cedar Park; and Mike Fox of San Antonio. Reba also leaves behind ten wonderful grandchildren, Robbie Banks, and husband Garry, Tracy Fox, Holley Taylor and husband Chad, Matt Fox, Tammy Rutschman and husband David, Taryn Marriott and husband Richard, Kathryn ]ones, Krystal Jones, David Fox ]r., and Samantha Fox; six great grandchildren; and two sisters, Daisy Douglas of Senten and Jeanette Caldwell of Ledbetter, Kentucky.
She is preceded in death by her parents; husband Mack Troy Fox; two sons, David Fox and Don Fox; one brother, Sonny Slayton; and four sisters, Evelyn McAdams, Billie Von Minden, Wanda Jones, and Gladys Persons.
Visitation was Tuesday, March 2 at Huntsville Funeral Home, 1215 15th Street, Huntsville, Texas 77340. Service were Wednesday at the McAdams Bicentennial Chapel, Dr. Ken Huggins officiated. Service are under the direction of Huntsville Funeral Home.
Pallbearers were Garry Banks, Chad Taylor, David Rutschman, Richard Marriott, Eddie McAdams, and Clint McAdams.
Honorary Pallbearer is Glenn McAdams.
Ann Judge, formerly of Cuero, was born July 3, 1916 to Wilkes H. Ammerman and Ethel Mae Bell Ammerman in Terlton, Oklahoma. She, her husband, and daughter led an adventurous life, traveling, and living around the world.
She was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Charles, Orval, Harold, and Raymond Ammerman; and sister, Laura Drake.
She is survived by her loving husband of sixty years, Homer Judge; sister, Emmaline Vickery; daughter, Margaret Sherryl Tatro and husband Jim; and granddaughters, Amanda and Bethany Tatro.
Visitation was Thursday, March4 at Guardian West Funeral Home in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Services were Friday at Guardian West Funeral Home Chapel. Burial followed at Memorial Park Cemetery. Guardian West Funeral Home Chapel, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 405-495-9292.
Marjorie N. Collins
Marjorie Newman Collins, 80, of Cuero, died Tuesday, March 2, 2004.
She was born January 3, 1924, to the late J. T. Sr. and Ruth Westberg Newman. She was a homemaker and a member of Cuero Church of Christ.
Survivors: daughters, Barbara Dye of North Platte, Nebraska, and Candace Villamaino of Nashua, New Hampshire; son, John N. Warren of Absecon, New Jersey; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Preceded in death by: husband, Charles E. Collins Jr.; and brothers, J. T. Newman Jr. and David C. Newman.
A memorial service was held Friday, March 5 at Cuero Church of Christ, Rev. Jim Daniel officiated. Freund Funeral Home, Cuero, 361-275-2343.
Michael Perez, 34, of Canyon, died March 3, 2004.
He was born in San Antonio on August 17, 1969 to Jimmy and Maria Perez (currently of Canyon). He grew up in Post and Cuero. He graduated from Strohman High School in 1992 and attended Sam Houston Junior College. He moved to Canyon in 1992, where he was a member of the First United Pentecostal Church. He married Annette Aschenbeck on June 21, 2003.
He is survived by his wife, Annette Aschenbeck Perez; parents; brother, Jalem Perez of Lubbock; sisters, Lisa Guthrie of Dallas and Diamond Nava of Garland; and grandmothers, Grace Perez of Canyon and Francisca DeLeon of Wichita Falls, Texas.
Visitation was Thursday, March 4 at Brooks Chapel in Canyon. Services were Friday at First United Pentecostal Church, Rev. Larry Ellis officiated. Burial was at Memory Gardens. Brooks Funeral Directors of Canyon and Happy, 1702 5th Ave., Canyon, Texas 79015, 806-655-2111.
Memorials: First United Pentecostal Church, 1319 5th Ave., Canyon, Texas 79015.
Eldred Glynn Schultz
Eldred Glynn Schultz, 78, of Cuero passed away on May 27, 2004. He was born September 30, 1925 in Cuero, to the late Albert William and Ora Lee Shows Schultz.
Eldred served in the US Marine Corps overseas in the South Pacific, Hawaii, the Philippines, and Guam. He retired from Richter's ButterKrust after 37 years as a route salesman serving Cuero and surrounding areas. As a member of St. Mark's Lutheran Church, he enjoyed praising his heavenly Father at worship and served many years as a Council member and President of the congregation. He was a Boy Scout leader for Troop 245 at St. Mark's and was awarded the Order of the Arrow.
He served Cuero as a Volunteer Fireman for 40 years, including 5 years as Assistant Fire Chief and 24 as the Fire Chief. He also served as President of the Guadalupe Fire Association. He was awarded the Community Service Award by the Cuero Chamber of Commerce in 1995.
He is survived by his beloved wife of 60 years, Remilda Bade Schultz; devoted children: daughter, Yvonne Thamm and husband, David, of San Antonio; son, Glynn Schultz and wife, Kathy, of Cuero; grandchildren, Shannon Rios, Lance Thamm and Toya Schultz; and great-grandchildren, Amanda, Amberly, Anthony, Abigail, Jade, Katlyn, Cannon, and Seth David.
He is preceded in death by his parents; a daughter, Patricia Ann Schultz; brothers, Freeman and Ruben Schultz; and sister, Myrtle Parker.
Pallbearers are Butch Tolbert, Tim Matthews, Ronnie Ledbetter, Gus Mason, Milton Bade, and David Bade.
Honorary pallbearers are all other nephews and the entire Cuero Fire Department.
Visitation was Friday, May 28 at Freund Funeral Home. Services were Saturday at St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Rev. Stephen Byrne officiated. Burial was at Hillside Cemetery under the direction of Freund Funeral Home, Cuero, 361-275-2343.
Memorials may be made to St. Mark's Lutheran Church or the American Heart Association.
Leona P. Powell
Leona Pieper Powell, 87, of Cuero, died Sunday, May 23, 2004.
She was born Jan. 24, 1917, in Cuero, to the late Herman Lebrecht and Erna Hoehne Pieper. She was a graduate of Southwest Texas University and a retired teacher and rancher. She was a Methodist.
Survivors: sister, Dorothea LeSage of Houston.
Preceded in death by: husband, Goldon Walker Powell; and son, John Goldon Powell.
Graveside services were Thursday, May 27 at Rabke Cemetery in DeWitt County, the Rev. Ron Welborn officiated. Freund Funeral Home, Cuero, 361-275-2343.
Debra K. Krause
Debra Kaye Krause, 51, of Yorktown, died Friday, May 28, 2004.
She was born Jan. 24, 1953, in Yorktown. She was a secretary for Weischwill & Lemke Insurance Company and a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church.
Survivors: husband, Wayne E. Krause; and brothers, Glenn Boldt of Cuero and Gary Boldt of Yorktown.
Services are pending at Lamprecht-Janssen Funeral Home, Yorktown, 361-564-2277.
Gladys M. Jaeger
Gladys Marie "Tootsie" Jaeger, 66, of Cuero, died Thursday, May 27, 2004.
She was born Aug. 18, 1937, in Magnet, to the late William L. and Gladys Smith Fitzgerald. She was a homemaker and member of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Yorktown.
Survivors: husband, Lee Roy Jaeger; daughters, Janet Jaeger Stock of Yorktown and Karen J. Bernier of Victoria; son, Gary Lee Jaeger of Victoria; sisters, Martha Lou Paulette of Linden and Glendon J. "Smokey” Schmidt of Inez; brothers, Willie Luther Fitzgerald Jr. of Moorcroft, Wyoming, and Kenneth Ray Fitzgerald of Beeville; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Preceded in death by: daughter, Jacqueline Lee Morris; two sisters; and three brothers.
Visitation was Friday, May 28 at Lamprecht-Janssen Funeral Home Chapel. Graveside services were Saturday at Westside Cemetery. Lamprecht-Janssen Funeral Home, Yorktown, 361-564-2277.
Memorials: Yorktown E.M.S.
Anna Boldt, 50, of Yorktown, died Friday, May 28, 2004.
She was born Feb. 2, 1954, in Erlangen, Germany. She was owner and manager of Boldt's Country Market and a member of Holy Cross Catholic Church.
Survivors: husband, Gary Boldt; daughter, Cierra Boldt of Yorktown; sons, Mark Boldt of Yorktown, Timmy Boldt of Austin, and Stefan Boldt of Victoria; sister, Nasta Kabl of Erlangen, Germany; brothers, Jurko Typusiak and Waisil Typusiak, both of Erlangen, Germany; and two grandchildren.
Preceded in death by: parents.
Services are pending at Lamprecht-Janssen Funeral Home. Burial will be at Westside Cemetery. Lamprecht-Janssen Funeral Home, Yorktown, 361-564-2277.
Memorials: masses or donor's choice.