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Jean M. Heide


Selma Historical Foundation

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Selma Historical Foundation

Background Information

Employment History


German-Texan Heritage Society


San Antonio Founders Day Alliance

Senior Legal Secretary
Holland & Knight LLP

Board Member

San Antonio Beethoven Damenchor

City of Selma Historical Preservation Committee

Member, Several Committees
San Antonio Conservation Society's Historic Farms and Ranches Preservation Committee

Comal County Genealogy Society

Web References (31 Total References)

John G. MILLER History; Bexar County, Texas History & Genealogy [cached]

© By Jean M. Heide Selma Historical Foundation

NEIGHBORS Family: Bexar County, Texas Genealogy & History [cached]

On September 11, 1842,...[Neighbors] was made prisoner by Gen.

captured by Gen. Woll, 1842
[Submitted by Jean Heide, President, Selma Historical Foundation]


Jean Heide, Director

By profession, Jean Heide is a Senior Legal Secretary working in the litigation area of the Employment and Labor Department of the law firm of Holland & Knight LLP in San Antonio, Texas. Jean's passion is genealogy and early Texas history. She was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas and has been married 37 years to Claus D. Heide, (President of the San Antonio Beethoven Männerchor for the last 21 years), and is the mother of two and grandmother of one. She has been a member of the San Antonio Beethoven Damenchor (women's choir) for over 27 years serving on various committees and as Parliamentarian. Jean served for three years (1999 - 2002) on the City of Selma's Historical Preservation Committee as its Historian. Jean also has taken a very active part in attending various local festivals displaying photo albums and written history of Selma and its early families, cemeteries, historic houses and its Harrison & (Brown) McCulloch Stage Stop, which was recently declared a state archeological landmark. She is a Director for the German-Texan Heritage Society and the current Secretary for the Comal County Genealogy Society. She also serves as the Secretary and Board Member for the San Antonio Founders Day Alliance, which holds the annual San Antonio Founders Day in San Pedro Springs Park in October. She has been a guest speaker for the Austin Historical and Genealogical Society, a local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Comal County Genealogical Society; The Greater Randolph Genealogical Society; the Leon Valley Historical Society, the Somerset Historical Society, the Southwest Vaqueros and most recently for a meeting of the Alamo Area Community College District's committee for the Northeast Campus College headed by President Eric Reno. Jean has served as the President of the Selma Historical Foundation since its inception five years ago.

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Jean Heide is president of San Antonio Founders Day Alliance, president of the Selma Historical Foundation, and has served on several committees such as the Comal County Genealogy Society, German-Texan Heritage Society and the San Antonio Conservation Society's Historic Farms and Ranches Preservation Committee.She has authored articles for the Conservation Society's Journal, the Journal of Texas Music History, and Beethoven Maennerchor for the Handbook of Texas Music.She has worked for the recognition and preservation of historic sites such as the John S. Harrison House and the Selma Stage Stop.

Burma Hyde is an expert in heritage tourism development.She develops workshops to help communities improve their heritage tourism resources.She has worked specifically on the recognition of El Camino Real with the Alamo Area Council of Governments and during Texas Tercentenary Caravan Celebration.

2013 News Archive - Raba Kistner [cached]

This process couldn't happen too soon, if you ask Jean Heide, President, Selma Historical Foundation.

"Mayor Harold Friesenhahn, whose family was the 4th owner of the property, sold it to the City of Selma in 2001 with the condition that it would be restored and used as a community center of some kind," said Heide. "I believe this is a wonderful opportunity for the families of Selma to have direct input - at the ground floor level - into the development of the John S. Harrison National Register/State Archeological Landmark property. The house and its surrounding property played equally important roles in both the state's and Selma's early history and these public meetings afford Selma's families an avenue for melding this very distinct and unique history into the planning of a state-of-the-art community park for all the families of Selma," finished Heide.

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