Lifestyle

Tue
08
Sep

Garcia's 50th anniversary

Ynocencio and Carmen Garcia celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Aug. 22 at the Community Hall with friends and family. Attending the celebration were daughter Deana Mendez of Houston; Jimmy Henneke of Houston; grandchildren Brandie and Juan Enriquez of San Antonio; Brittany and Stephen Larabee and great grand daughter Ellie of Jacksonville, N.C.; Brooke Mendez at Baylor University; Jordan Weise of Yorktown; plus many more friends and family in the Texas area and California.

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Tue
08
Sep

Peyton's new arrival

Travis and Ashleigh Peyton of Yorktown proudly announce the arrival of their baby boy, Patrick Hugh Peyton. He was born on July 27, 2015 at 10:02 a.m., weighing 8 lbs. 9 0z, and measuring 20.5 inches long. Patrick is also welcomed by his big sister Piper, paternal grandparents Patrick and Linda Peyton of Yorktown, maternal grandparents Susan and Michael Franke of Yorktown and Hugh Davis of North Charleston, S.C., and his maternal great-grandparents Vernon Sparck and Wilma Billings of Yorktown. 

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Tue
01
Sep

65th wedding anniversary

Milo Reamy, an Oregon resident, met Marion Christensen vacationing, a Minnesota school teacher, while he was stationed at Hamilton AFB in California in July 1950; it was love at first sight, and they were married Sept. 5, 1950. 
 
Unfortunately, the Korean war broke out and within 30 days Milo's bomber unit was sent to Japan and the honeymoon was delayed 18 months before his enlistment expired, and he could come home. He was sent to San Antonio for discharge and as neither cared to return to their home state decided to try and make Texas their home. Employment was obtained in San Antonio and within two months, they were sent to Victoria where they resided until 1956. 
 
Tue
25
Aug

Perez III retires after 26 years

Senior Chief Petty Officer Frank J. Perez III retired from the United States Navy on Aug. 17 at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, MD after 26 years of service.

Captain “DW” Kindley spoke at his ceremony. Family there to witness the occasion was his mom Mary, wife Letty, sons Francisco and Gabriel, and daughters Gabriella and Isabella. His eldest son Robert is deployed in Japan and serving in the USN as a PR2 at VP-1 squadron.

During the speech Capt. Kindley mentioned that Senior Perez is a warrior, prepared to give his all for something bigger than himself; a servant because it’s not about the recognition, it’s about giving of himself for others; and a leader who acknowledges his faults and pitches back into the fray, inspiring others to follow.

Tue
11
Aug

Grotas – Reiffert

Tue
04
Aug

Garrett – Wendel

Kally Wendel of Meyersville will wed Richard S. Garrett Jr. of Weslaco on Aug. 15 in Meyersville. Wendel is the daughter of Brian and Laurie Wendel of Meyersville. She graduated from Cuero High School in 2008 before attending Texas A&M University and earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. She currently lives and works in Clifton. Garrett is the son of Ruth Garrett of Harlingen and Richard Garrett Sr. of Weslaco. He graduated from Weslaco High School in 2004 before serving five years in the U.S. Air Force. While serving, Richard completed a tour in Iraq and was later stationed at Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana. Since 2011, Richard has been employed in the oil industry. This fall he plans on returning to school to earn an Associates of Applied Science degree in Building Construction Technology and Project Management at Texas State Technical College.
 
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Tue
04
Aug

Boone graduation

Barry O. Boone and Yolanda G. Boone of Cuero are proud to announce the graduation of their daughter, Ruby Boone, a Cuero High School alumna. Boone graduated from St. Mary’s University with a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology. She was selected as a St. Mary’s University Presidential Award Recipient and graduated Suma Cum Laude with a 3.9 GPA. Ruby has been accepted to Texas Tech University School of Law and will be pursuing her Juris Doctorate starting in August.
 
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Tue
21
Jul

Britlee Ann Dlugosch

Brian and Denise Dlugosch of Yorktown welcomed their new baby daughter, Britlee Ann on Friday, May 8, 2015. She was born at DeTar Women’s Center in Victoria and was 7 pounds 12 ounces and 19 1/2 inches long. She is also being welcomed by her two big sisters, Brentlee Rae and Brylee Jo. Maternal grandparents are Charles ad Shirley Degenhardt of Manhattan, Kansas. Maternal great grandparents are Mary and the late Wilbur Moege of Alma, Kansas and the late Leo and Mildred Degenhardt of Alma, Kansas. paternal grandparents are Pete and Patricia Dlugosch of Yorktown. paternal great grandparents are Marvin and mary Kunschik of Gillett and the late Phillip and Lorene of Cuero.

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Tue
21
Jul

Sam Houston State honors

HUNTSVILLE – The Dean's List at Sam Houston State University recognizes full-time undergraduate students who achieve at least a 3.5 GPA out of a possible 4.0 during a regular semester. The following area students have been named to the SHSU Dean's List for Spring 2015: Sincerea Deleon of Cuero and Elizabeth Henneke of Cuero.
 
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Tue
21
Jul

Iacoponelli elected to IBAT Service Board of Directors

AUSTIN — The Independent Bankers Association of Texas (IBAT) is proud to announce the election of Shay Iacoponelli, chief development officer for TrustTexas Bank, SSB in Cuero to the IBAT Services, Inc. Board of Directors. She brings more than 20 years of experience in banking and information technology.  
 
As a member of the IBAT Services Board of Directors, Iacoponelli joins a select group of Texas community bankers charged with recommending products and services for endorsement by IBAT.
 
Iacoponelli has been with TrustTexas Bank, formerly Cuero State Bank, since 2003 and has held a variety of positions, including EVP-Retail Division, SVP Marketing and Education, and assistant to the president. 
 

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