Clipped From New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung
©bituaries Betty Relnarz Memorial serives for Betty Reinarz, Reinarz, .61, of New Braunfels will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the First Protestant United Church of Christ. Mrs. Reinarz died today at McKenna McKenna Memorial Hospital. She was bom Jan. 24,1928, to Robert Herman Tays and Leone (nee Streuer) Tays. She married G.R. Reinarz. Mrs. Reinarz was vice president of Comaltex Insurance. She also was a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ, Society of Certified Insurance Counselors and New Braunfels Economic Board. She was a charter member of the Guada-Coma Garden Club, formed the New Braunfels Braunfels Button Club; and served On the Eden Home board. . Survivors include her .husband, G.R. Reinarz; two sons, Jack F. Reinarz Reinarz of New Braunfels arid Thomas H. Reinarz of Wimberley; three brothers, Henry O, Tays of Georgetown, Georgetown, Robert H. Tays of New Braunfels Braunfels and John W. Tays of New Braunfels. Arrangements are under the diriec- tion of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Memorials may be given to the: Eden Association. Winnie E. Pace Services will be today at Hewett's Funeral Home in Temple for Winnie E. Pace of Temple. Burial will be in Hillcrest Cemetery. ..-.'•• Mrs. Pace died Sept. 12, 1989, at Burmont Nursing Center in Temple. She is survived by her husband, Charlie T. Pace of Temple; son and daughter-in-law, R.L. and Ruby' Nichols of Temple; daughter and son- in-law, Joyce and Bill Fletcher of New Braunfels; step-son, Bill Pace of Brownwood; step-daughter, Pauline Snow of Wink; seven grandchildren including Terry Fletcher and Karen Shields, both of NeW Braunfels; and 17 great-grandchildren. She was preceded preceded in death by a son, William Melvin Melvin Nichols and one grandson, William William Melvin Nichols.