Louise Herber Zetty

Louise Herber Zetty
July 19, 1921-June 24, 2010
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas — Louise Herber Zetty, 88, died in New Braunfels, Texas, June 24, 2010. Louise was born in Guymon, Okla., July 19, 1921, and she attended the School of Music at Indiana University where she earned both a bachelor and master of music.
After her graduation from IU, Louise married Claude Zetty, and they moved to Culver, where Claude served as the choir director at Culver Military Academy, and where their three children were born. Louise taught private voice lessons and frequently performed at the Academy and in the surrounding area.
In 1961, Claude took a teaching position as the choral director at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. In addition to performing and touring internationally with the Trinity Choir, Louise also performed as a soloist with the San Antonio Symphony and in a variety of community churches. In the late 1970s, Louise moved to Amarillo, Texas — and then, in 1993, Louise moved to New Braunfels, Texas, to be closer to members of her immediate family.
Louise is survived by her sister, Helen Glaze Liebengood; her three daughters, Metta, Erika and Heidi Zetty; her two grandchildren, Nisha Udaya and Nathan Mackenzie Brown; her great-grandson, Bradford Maulden; her niece, Tommye Lou Glaze Beavers, and her nephew, Robert Wesley Glaze.
More information, photographs of Louise and recordings of several of her vocal performances are available online: www.kimble-zetty.com/louise