Clipped From The Kerrville Times
JOE Y. HARLE World War I vet Services for Joe Y. Harle, 93, a former longtime resident of Kerrville who died Friday in an Austin care center, will be held at 9 ajn. Monday at the Kerrvilk Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Edward Mulliner officiating. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the City Cemetery in San Marcos with the Rev. Bill Logan officiating. Kerrville Funeral Home and Crematory is in charge of arrangements. ; Born Aug. 24, 1896, near Overton, Mr. Harle served in the U.S. Army during World War I as a first lieutenant in the 90th Infantry Division in France. He lived in Griffin Park, Port Arthur, and worked at the Texaco refinery there for fifty years until his retirement in 1961, when he moved to Kerrville. He lived at Lone Star Lodge for 25 years and at Alpine Terrace for two years and was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Kerrville. He had been a resident of Austin for the past nine months. Mr. Harle married Frances Ellen Caldwell on Jan. 1, 1919, in Coleman. She died in December 1986. He also was preceded in death by a sister, Wilma Harle Garth, and two brothers, James Wiley Harley and Francis Marion Harle. Survivors include two sons, Joe Pearce Harle of Austin and S. Neil Harle of the U.S. Peace Corps in Botswana, Africa; six grandchildren; and ten great-grandchildren.