Clipped From The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise
vllle Cemetery under the direction of the Goetz Funeral Home. A World War n veteran, Bodemann, 57, died Monday, May 6, in Marlon. He Is survived by his widow, Laura Blelke Bodemann, of Marion; and three daughters, LaVerne Showery and Donna Lee Bodemann, both of McAllen and Linda Carol Bodemann, of Marlon. Survivors also Include two sisters, Helen Scrutchln, of San Antonio and Sue Wood, of Aransas Pass. Three brothers survive him; Leroy Bodemann of Conroe, Ralph Bodemann, of San Antonio. and Helno Bodemann, of Alice Pallbearers were; Bobby Blelke, Helno Bodemann, jr., Leonard Bodemann, Ronald Achterberg, Donald Achterberg and Edgar Steffen, Jr. Honorary pallbearers were; Jack Elliot, SJalmen Showery and HoUis O f Wood, Jy, E, L, Achterherg Edgar L, Achterberg, 77, 4, Seguin, died Wednesday, May 8, In (he Guadalupe Valley Hospital. Services were held Friday, May 10, In the Goetz Memorial Chapel with the Rey, Paniel Sch« prjemer offtclatlpg, Intermeiit flowed in the San aeronime Cemetery under the diresttpn of Achterberg wasalifelcogresl, dent of Guadajupe County and a veteran of World Way I, He waj also a retired manager of the Santa Clara Co-op Gta, He SjBJire^ hj vgrissis ?|ub^aa(J organizations which included the isifeeyea P!\* pf San AjtoMp} the /"striaRpHuganian @W and American Legion H.U. Wood Post 245. Survivors Include his widow, Hulda, ai5d two sisters, Oka Achterberg and Mrs.' Clarence Aubel, all of Seguin. Also surviving him are many nieces and nephews, Including Mrs, Al Machaud, of Seguin. Pallbearers included: Albert and Mark Machaud, Harold Lee and Roger Boening, Douglas Bomemann, and William C. Tieken, Honorary pallbearers were: Paul Beutaagel, Otto Johns, Arthur Bearing, Dr. George Hueners, Ben Stein, Arlon Huhn and Hugo Schmidt. Bertha W, Koch Services for Bertha W. Koch, a native of Guadalupe County, were held Tuesday, May 14, in st, John's Lutheran Church in Marion with the Kev, Wllbert Doerr and the Rev, Ochee officiating, Burial followed In the Marion Lutheran Cemetery with the Goetz Funeral Home In charge Of arrangements, Mrs, Koch, 84, died Suaday, Mey 13, in a San Antonio Nurs« ing Home, She had lived In Marlon beipre moving to San AO- tonlo, Among the survivors are one brother, Walter Kramer, pf Schertz; and two grandchildren, Betty and Richard Puree}!, cot San Antonio, She is ajso survived by one greatgrandchild, Michael Pur» of San AatPMo, Marvin Ksch, Oscar Wajlace and Jerome Real, and David w$ Bill '