Zoeller Funeral Home

615 Landa, New Braunfels, TX


Everett N. Delashmutt

28 May , 192021 May , 2019

Everett N. Delashmutt was born in Whiting, Iowa May 28th, 1920 and passed away peacefully May 21st, 2019. EN (as he was known to his friends and acquaintances) was a devoted Father, proud Great Grandfather, as well as a Great Great Grandfather. Following his graduation from initial flight training as one of the few Army Air Corps Staff Sergeant pilots in 1942, he married Sarah Mae Shipley from Denison, Texas. EN spent a lengthy career in the Army Air Corps and United States Air Force retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel. While serving in World War II as one of the Hump bomber pilots during the Indo China Campaign he earned several citations including the Bronze Star, Distinguished Flying Cross, and several Air Medals for his heroic actions. Upon his retirement from the USAF EN attended graduate school with the goal of becoming a History High School Teacher. After spending a short time as a schoolteacher, he began a new career in Municipal Government. He spent the next 23 years as a Director of Finance, Assistant City Manager and promotion to City Manager of Denison, Conroe, and retiring as the City Manager of New Braunfels, Texas. His loving wife Sarah Mae (Shipley) of over sixty-six years passed away in July 2009. He leaves his son Brantley and his wife Joyce, his adopted daughter Gloria Jean and her husband William Alardyce. He also leaves a Grandson, three Granddaughters, one Great Grandson , and five Great Granddaughters. Per EN’s wishes there will be a private burial.


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Court Thieleman

16 June 2019

As a graduate student at SWTSU in 1977, I received an internship with the City of New Braunfels and began my municipal career there.

Mr. Delashmutt (always referred to him that way while working for him) was my mentor and gave me so many opportunities for advancement.

I can't thank him enough for all he was to me. Luckily I got to know him on a more personable level after he retired from NB.

John Matney

4 June 2019

City Manager of New Braunfels when I was on the council. A true gentleman, leader and friend.

Beverly & Charles Jobe

23 May 2019

We have known EN for about 10 years going to the Hope Hospice potluck dinners. For the last 2 years in the month of May my wife baked him a birthday cakes to share at the potluck. He was so surprised and wondered why we knew it was his birthday. He had forgotten that the month before he was going to turn 98 he had told us that his birthday was in May. He shared many wonderful stories about World War II with us all. They were very interesting. He also shared the fact that he got his driver's license renewed for two years and on the purchase of his last new car, the Sonata. He shared some good stories and bad stories. We are so sorry that he didn't make it to age 99. We will miss him at the potluck, but know that he has gone home to be with your mother. Rest in peace EN. Charles & Beverly Jobe