Rev. Nolan D. Blank

rev. nolan blank
Rev. Nolan D. Blank, a resident of Spring Branch, passed away on Friday, October 3, 2014 at his home at the age of 79. Nolan was born on May 31, 1935 in Central City, Nebraska to Herman J. Blank and Maxine Aleta Blank. Rev. Blank served his country proudly in the United States Navy and later became a field engineer and a minister. Survivors include his loving wife, Wilmajean Blank; sisters, Donita Carpenter and Nikki Cain; nieces and nephew, Susan Shapiro Tatman, Denise Weisbley, Deborah Marshall, Kitty Montoya, Kristen Moore and Scott Vanetsky. In addition, Rev. Blank is survived by 15 plus great-nieces and nephews and his therapy dog, Max and two cats. Memorial services are scheduled for 2:00pm on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at the Lux Funeral Home Chapel with Reverends Edwin Rimer and James Lineweber officiating.

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  1. My thoughs and prayers are with you Willie. He was a great man and I am blessed to have met you both. You are a wonderful person Willie ! Diane Gordon Warm Springs New Braunfels

  2. We were so shocked to hear about Nolan and you are in our prayers as you say goodby to your best friend, your husband and the father, grandfather, brother and uncle to so many who loved him plus all his many cousins and so many people who will miss him very much. He has touched so many people’s lives and as he entered heaven’s gates, I am sure God said “well done, good and faithful servant” plus he will be with so many of his family that are waiting for him. God bless all of you and we are so glad that we got to be together last year for a few days. Lots of love, Myrna and Ray

  3. The Lord kept Nolan on Earth long enough that Ron and I could meet him and allow him to touch our life. He was a brave, honorable man and a wonderful example of the Christian faith. I know he is now at peace with his beloved Jesus Christ. My thoughts and prayers are with you Willie, your family, and Max too, during this sad time.

  4. Nolan’s sweet character and generosity of spirit is evident in all he did. Nolan and Willie’s love and concern for animals was a common bond between us and he was always so willing to help whenever he could. We will miss you, dear Nolan.

  5. I was so sorry to hear of Nolan’s passing. Nolan was a wonderful, giving man. May God wrap you in his loving arms and give you peace.

  6. Honestly a true man of God with a great heart and love for life. He was a very special friend to us and will surely be missed.

  7. Willie, we love you very much! Just Call On Us: I cant comprehend just how sad you must feel For the loss of someone you love. This sorrowful time must still feel unreal And youre looking for strength from above. I hope, from my heart, that your pain will decrease, That your spirit will gain strength again, And I pray that your faith will create inner peace And that God will send blessings–Amen. Till then, if you need me to lighten your load, Im waiting to come to your aid. Just call on me, and Ill walk down that road, Until the dark times start to fade.

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