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In , he toured Australia with an international traveling team that won the championship. In the summer of , Ryan was awarded a six-week scholarship to study Arabic in Morocco. He additionally attended a summer camp in north Georgia to also study Arabic and studied international relations at American University. He also served four years on the NMMI concert choir, the last year of which he was its president.
Ryan graduated from NMMI in and was awarded the Daniel Fund Scholarship, an all-inclusive scholarship, bestowed annually to graduating high school students who demonstrate exceptional character, leadership and commitment to serving the community.
S foreign policy or national intelligence. In addition to playing baseball, Ryan was an avid Yankees fan and his favorite player was Derek Jeter. He enjoyed working on his Dodge Charger, playing guitar and piano, and spending time with his sister Jenna going to softball games and trips to Australia, Dublin and the Caribbean.
He lived in Livermore, CA, all his life. He attended New Mexico Military Institute for high school. Nathan graduated from high school with honors and the Silver Buckle award given to the cadet that best upholds the standards of the school; duty, honor and achievement. Nathan was attending college in Chicago, at the Illinois Institute of Technology. He loved riding his Ducati and spending free time with friends and loved ones. Nathan touched the lives of many with his caring and gentle heart. Nathan is survived by his loving parents, Jane and Jeffrey S.
He is also survived by his aunts and uncles: Nathan s big heart, huge smile and generosity will be missed by all. Jeremy was born in San Diego, CA and was a joyful young man who loved entertaining others.
He was easy to know, quick to smile and sported a dapper handlebar mustache. He is survived by his mother and step-father, Michelle and Todd Coss; his father and step-mother, Leigh and Sandy Hatfield; and lots of extended family.
Phil loved music and was a gifted guitarist. From art to engineering nothing seemed beyond his ability to master. He was a thinker and a natural leader who positively impacted many people during his life. Philip cared deeply about truth and justice and was willing to stand up for his beliefs. During his early life Phil attended Academy Montessori School and Evangel Christian Academy where he received an educational foundation contributing to much of his later success. He was a natural leader, rising quickly through the ranks of the Corps, holding positions of increasing responsibility to include Cadet Squad Leader, Platoon Sergeant, Sergeant Major, and ultimately Troop Commander.
Phil is remembered in the Corps for his leadership, integrity, and commitment to the well-being of his fellow cadets. Phil will be remembered by his family and friends at Homecoming and will be inurned at the NMMI Columbarium at on 27 October In memory of Philip, the family requests that donations be made to The Mind Institute, located in Albuquerque, NM in support of their ongoing research into mental illness.
He made many friends that he loved and who loved him and he liked nothing better than spending the afternoon swimming with his friends at the Barton Creek greenbelt. He played basketball and lacrosse, and learned to scuba dive and hunt. He was fearless and when he was… Tom was only twenty-one when he left us but he had done a lot in his short life. He was fearless and when he was fourteen, he flew by himself to Belgrade, Serbia to spend the Christmas holidays with the family of a friend from camp.
He loved movies, music and books. He could dubstep really well. He was a football fan and was really happy to see his favorite team, the Denver Broncos, win the Super Bowl. He had good taste in food and would eat almost any type of cuisine, but given a choice would usually pick Thai. He had a lot of loss in his short life and was preceded in death by his grandfather Charlie, his godfather Bodo, his friends Will, Forrest, Alex and Quentin, his Uncle Eric and his dear Aunt Sara.
He never stopped mourning the loss of his beloved dog Joe. He is survived by his mother Emily, his father Jeff, his brother Jackson, his sister Shanta and his large extended family and his friends, who will cherish his memory and the all too short time we were able to spend with Tom. He was predeceased by his brother, Jason Rozell, in He was a graduate of Erskine Academy.
He was attending New Mexico Military Institute, where he maintained a 3. Corey was a true leader and was looking forward to a long career with the Coast Guard. Christopher was born in Atlanta, GA and was adopted at the age of 4 months. He lived in the Atlanta area until he was 18 months, then moved with his family to Albuquerque, NM where he lived for 5 years. In , the family moved to El Paso, Texas, where he developed a love for sports and music.
Christopher was a happy, beloved soul who made everyone around him feel good through his smile or one his friendly hugs. He attended and graduated from Mt.
He married in March and gleefully welcomed a son in December He is also survived by numerous uncles, aunts, and cousins. He is preceded in death by his grandparents: He was born Dec. Garrett had a love of hunting, sports, philosophy, outdoors, family and God. He attended New Mexico Military Institute and excelled in languages, math and history.
He had a mischievous smile and a way of bringing out the best in everyone he knew. Fieldsted and wife, Belva; and a loving family of numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. He will be missed by all.
He was set to be designated as a Naval Aviator upon graduation this spring. He was 23 years old. Nathan was loved by all. He was a gentleman, mentor and encourager to those around him. Nathan was born in Arlington.
Nathan had a passion for all sports, particularly for basketball and golf. The love he had for his family and friends was endless. Nathan was baptized in faith and loved the Lord. We know this is not goodbye, but see you again soon, dear son, brother and friend.
Watch over us until then. Nathan was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, William Edward Davis; his maternal grandmother, Mattie Belle Davis; and his paternal grandfather, Robert Ed Moore. Parents, David and Debbie Moore; sister, Amanda Moore; brother, Tyler Moore and his wife, Taylor; paternal grandparents, John and Lyndon Boone; maternal grandmother, Melba Davis; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins; and countless friends.
Cameron was born December 03, and lived his life in Anthony, NM. A graduate of Gadsden High School, he played football and was awarded all-district linebacker and linebacker of the year. He loved agriculture and was a member of FFA, receiving numerous awards. Growing up he studied Karate and received his junior black belt at 11 and his adult black belt at thirteen and was a Certified Kenpo Instructor.
He is loved and survived by his parents; his sisters, Summer and Kelly-Jon, his brother Daniel, his grandparents Andy and Carolyn Nunez, and Teresa Soto, his godmother Francis Nunez; his godfathers, Ernest DiMatteo and Mike Duran as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and close friends.
He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Enrique Acosta; his paternal great grandparents, Jesus and Epifania Acosta; his maternal great grandparents, Ramon and Lucinda Nunez.
Visitation for Cameron will begin at 6 p. Sunday, February 21, in St. Family and friends will join together to celebrate the Funeral Mass at 10 a. Monday, February 22, in the same church with Reverend Andres Alava officiating. The rite of committal and interment will follow in the Anthony Cemetery where he will be laid to rest. Honorary bearers will be R. Cameron, we will miss you and behold your spirit in our lives forever.
He graduated from Floyd High School in May He completed two semesters with a 3. Jake was a proficient Fiddle player and computer enthusiast. He enjoyed football, fishing, and his many friends. He attended Floyd United Methodist Church and has a loving church family. Also surviving Jake are his niece, Davina Tisthammer and his great niece, Aubrey; his aunts, uncles, and cousins. A special thanks to his numerous friends from Floyd, Portales, and Lubbock.
Also to his nurses and doctors from University Medical Center in Lubbock, who lovingly cared for Jake during his 7 month battle with Cancer. Justin was born in Taos, NM on October 1, Growing up he played baseball and soccer and was a champion chess player. He attended NMMI and was cadet of the year. Justin was happiest when he was in the mountains, whether he was skiing, rock and ice climbing, listening and dancing to music or just being with family and friends.
Justin will be remembered for his beautiful smile and his enormous capacity to love. His love for his family, especially his brother Wesley was beyond measure.
His life on earth ended November 4, at the age of He was active in his church and ran the sound system for the Sunday service throughout his high school years.
Peterson is third in league rushing with yards, not close to his 2,yard pace of last season. The Browns might not be the best team to do that against, ranking fourth against the rush and sixth in overall defense. Their problem is a weak offense that is down to journeyman Brian Hoyer starting at quarterback for injured Brandon Weeden and they just traded running back Trent Richardson to Indianapolis. Detroit remains among the most schizophrenic teams in the NFL, and must find a way to transfer its solid work at home to road games.
San Diego at Tennessee After the Chargers blew a huge lead at home to Houston, then had to travel cross-country to Philadelphia, they seemed doomed to another loss. Instead, they gutted out a win in which journeyman receiver Eddie Royal was unstoppable. San Diego has won nine straight in this series. Dallas is struggling to run the ball inefficient blocking, mostly and its pass defense is leaky. Louis ranks fourth in passing and sixth in stopping the run.
This could be an aerial show. New York Giants at Carolina The Panthers now are in games decided by seven points or less under coach Ron Rivera, including this season. Even with Cam Newton throwing and Steve Smith at wideout, they rank 30th in passing.
His poise has been admirable. Stephens was born in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma on May 12, Mike was preceded in death by his father and mother, Luther and Christine Stephens; two brothers, James and Gary. Best military mate, Richard Ward of Roseburg, Oregon. Mike enlisted in the United States Ar my in Mike was a master carpenter and a general contractor who designed and built custom homes in the Roswell area for over 30 years. Mike was married for 43 years to Candy and was of protestant faith.
He was a loving husband, dedicated father and his world revolved around his grandchildren and family. Sycamore Avenue in Roswell. Arrangements have been entrusted to Ballard Funeral Home and Crematory. An online registry can be accessed at ballardfuneralhome. The Colombian lawsuits, consolidated for pretrial action before a federal judge in West Palm Beach, want Chiquita held liable for thousands of deaths at the hands of the AUC, the Spanish acronym for the right-wing United SelfDefense Forces of Colombia.
The Colombian relatives have won several key pretrial rulings, but now. Chiquita is taking its fight for dismissal to a new level. In essence, Chiquita wants the 11th U. Circuit Court of Appeals to dismiss the lawsuits because, the company claims, each murder cannot be tied specifically to the company.
Chiquita also says the Colombian cases should be tossed because of a U. Supreme Court ruling last April in a case called Kiobel vs. Royal Dutch Petroleum, which imposed new limits on the ability of foreigners to use American courts to seek accountability and monetary damages for human rights abuses.
Any decision by the 11th Circuit is likely months away, adding to years Colombian family members have already been waiting for the lawsuits to be resolved. The cases were consolidated in Florida in Three women who lost relatives to the AUC and are among the plaintiffs in. Chiquita bananas are on display at a grocery store in Bainbridge, Ohio, in this Aug. They spoke on condition that their names not be used because they fear retribution from former paramilitary members, many of whom still live in the area and have powerful political connections.
The troops requested identification papers and demanded to know whether there were weapons for the leftist guerrillas hidden in the home. When she returned to her home with neighbors, she found her husband shot dead on their kitchen floor. Now, she said, the Chiquita lawsuit gives her some hope for justice and a better life for herself and her two children.
Mary Ellen passed away Friday, September 13, , at the age of Mary Ellen is predeceased by her mother, Irene Dinkle Unruh. Mary Ellen was born in Texline, TX, in She married William Kenneth Bennett on her 18th birthday, and they moved to Roswell in She taught children with special disabilities in Roswell and Dexter schools for many years.
Mary Ellen enjoyed making pottery, working with acrylics, and other crafts. She loved to travel and see the world. She loved her friends, her family, her church, and above all, Jesus Christ. She was committed to her friends, she invested in her family, and she lived for her Lord. Knowles ret who passed away on September 18, Interment will follow at a later date at Arlington National Cemetery.
A viewing will be held from 6: Dick Knowles was born in in Chicago, Illinois. He was preceded in death by his wife, Elizabeth Kay Knowles.
He is also survived by nine grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Dick left the University of Illinois to join the army in His military career spanned more than three decades. He retired in as a Lieutenant General, having served in three wars.
After his retirement, Dick moved to Roswell, New Mexico, opened an antique store, and ultimately served for 16 years as State Representative for District He went to silent movies for a nickel and had an email account. While his military and civilian accomplishments are too numerous to mention in detail, he was awarded the Silver Star for Valor during the Korean Conflict and Congressional Medal of Honor Society Distinguished Citizen Award in Arrangements are under the personal directions of the professionals at LaGrone Funeral Chapel.
The family would like to give special thanks to BeeHive Homes staf f and friends for their special love and care. Both parents preceded him in death. Donald married Ellen Irene Kennedy on August 15, ; she preceded him in death on February 9, Donald loved his children and family very much. He enjoyed traveling the world and nationwide with his Avion trailer.
There will be no services held for Donald Ray Urbina, 74, who passed away Wednesday, September 18, at his home surrounded by his family. Donald will be cremated according to his wishes. Donald lived in Roswell most of his life. He liked to garden and play chess.
Donald was a great cook and a jack of all trades; the neighborhood whole thought very highly of him. Donald was a great daddy, husband and great grandfather; he will be missed dearly by all who knew him. Funeral Services are scheduled for Tim Arlet will officiate with interment to follow at South Park Cemetery. They have preceded her in death as well as her husband James C.
On August 8, , Marjorie married J. Pinson in Warrensburg, Missouri and moved to Roswell where J. C passed away in Marjorie was a teacher. She started her teaching career in Lafayette County Missouri teaching in one room schools which contained 1st through 8th grades. She retired in after a. She taught Sunday School for many years. Until shortly before her death she regularly provided goods and support from the women's group to Assurance Home and the Refuge.
In lieu of flowers the family request memorials be made to The Refuge, P. Condolences may be made online at lagronefuneralchapels. Murphy and Deborah L. Wycherley in Roswell, NM. Ronnie passed away Wednesday, September 18, Ronnie was a very private person, he loved to hang out with the family and enjoyed life. He was very kind, would give you the shirt off his back.
Services will be held at a later time for Ronnie. In lieu of flowers, please a make donation to St. Please take a moment to share your memories with the family in the online register book at andersonbethany. Must buy multiples of 5 for sale price. Original Chili Dog only.
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But none of that food existed as a self-conscious part of the culture, as something that people took notice of and discussed. Today, food is part of the culture the way movies or books are. But you walk around New York City and you hear people talking about food the way they would talk about news events or movies or art.
Part of the difference between now and ? Things just go like wild fire these days. Los Angeles may in fact have created the whole trend of social media-tracked food trucks, starting with the Kogi truck, a peripatetic Korean taco vendor that would show up at a different venue each day, tweeting his whereabouts to the uber hip.
If you were there, you were in the know, you were part of the in group. And while the Cronut, with its trademarked name and French origins may seem like an elitist food trend, many industry observers regard it as an exercise in democracy, a food that finally brings elevated tastes to the masses.
But in some parts of the country, people find it just plain silly. That was to participate in the magic of flight. But for a pastry? Ominous reports suggest that the Cronut may be losing its mystique. Junior high students, high school students, high school dropouts and parents are welcome to this entirely free event, and may reach the GAC from North Kentucky Avenue just behind the Institute and turning east on 17th Street.
Now in its third year, the college fair is already attracting more schools than in years past. Schools such as St. Lawrence University and St. He said Institute officials got the idea to create the Southeast New Mexico College Fair after considering that a small group of cadets would travel to Albuquerque to attend a similar event.
Fair organizers thought that a local college fair that was open to not only NMMI cadets but also students from throughout the immediate area would be an asset to all of southeast New Mexico, which is rural and, unfortunately, geographically isolated.
Smith said the purpose of the college fair — as well as its sponsoring organization, the Rocky Mountain Association for College Admission Counseling — is to ensure college access to all who are interested. She recalled the first college fair, which attracted buses full of students from Lovington as well as from Portales. Once students reach the college fair, Moore said, they may undergo the process of filling out their information by hand so that college advisors get a better feel for their academic interests and career goals.
Or, they may facilitate the meet-and-greet process before even setting foot at the college fair. To do this, Moore suggested accessing gotocollegefairs.
The tinent information about the potential student. One may then print out a barcode provided by the website And what should students ask college advisors about their particular instiand bring this barcode to the college fair. Smith stressed that college fair attendees should seize the opportunity to inquire about scholarship opportunities. Moore, Scott and Smith concurred that the college fair is a unique opportunity for anyone who is interested in just about any kind of college to attend.
Moore said it is a particularly good chance for first-generation college students and their families who may have increased anxiety about college to ease the stress of the new experience. To learn more about college fairs associated with the Rocky Mountain Association for College Admission Counseling, visit rmacac.
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I know when I confront him, he will be devastated that I know. Greg Smalley, vice president, Family Ministries: The first thing he needs to know is that sexting is potentially illegal. He could face arrest and prosecution for sharing or receiving explicit pictures over the phone.
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Jim served in the U. Army and retired from the Telephone Company. Wanda was a secretary for several firms. They have three grandchildren, Tiffany Rockhold, Franklin, Tenn. In addition they also have Kiya, their four legged friend, who is their constant companion and loves to travel with them in their 5th wheel. Jim, Wanda and Kiya will be traveling to Tennessee in their 5th wheel in the near future for several months for a family celebration.
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The key to successfully managing this situation is to help him take ownership of that anguish, assume responsibility for the actions and choices that produced it, and tur n it into a springboard to better, wiser behavior in the future.
Jim Daly is a husband and father, an author, and president of Focus on the Family and host of the Focus on the Family radio program. Catch up with him at jimdalyblog. Kansas City, MO, ; The bride-elect is the daughter of Rodney and Lisa Morris of Lovington. The prospective groom is the son of Joe and Rachel Dennett. The brideelect is a graduate of Lovington High School.
Friends and family of the couple are invited to attend the ceremony. The Monroe County Heritage Museum is. They are hoping the legal dispute can be settled without damaging that relationship. Jane Batson, currently the interim vice president f o r E xt er n a l A f f a ir s a t Eastern New Mexico University- Roswell, will be retiring from the university on Sept.
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Exterior balconies were mangled and entire sections looked warped, though officials said the damage probably looked worse than it really was. The damage must be repaired to stabilize the ship so it can withstand the coming winter, when seas and winds will whip the luxury liner, which is to be towed and turned into scrap sometime in Shortly after 4 a.
It was a dramatic operation that unfolded in real time as TV cameras recorded the final hours when the rotation accelerated, with gravity pulling the. The crippled cruise ship was pulled completely upright early Tuesday after a complicated, hour operation to wrench it from its side where it capsized last year off Tuscany. For Italy, it was a moment of pride after the horror and embarrassment of the Jan.
The Concordia slammed into a reef off Giglio Island after it came too close to shore in an apparent stunt. David Riggs, whose U. Riggs was in China to take part in an air show and was apparently rehearsing one of his tricks when the accident occurred.
The cause of the accident remains under investigation. Zhang said Riggs crashed while attempting a stunt in which the wheels of his plane were to drag along the lake surface at high speed. He had just taken off in a light rain, but there was no indication he had violated any flying regulations, Zhang said.
Other reports said Chinese officials had urged Riggs not to take off, but Zhang said he had no information about that. Riggs was a well-known Hollywood stunt pilot, and the center of considerable controversy over a string of legal problems and penchant for self-promotion. Riggs was sentenced to 60 days of community service and 60 days in jail for reckless flying.
He lost his license again in November for selling rides in his plane without permission. The prosecution came after a plane piloted by a business partner crashed, killing both people on board.
Riggs had a stack of other legal problems, including convictions for bank, wire and passport fraud. He aroused such contempt among some pilots that a website — aviationcriminal. Pilots and aircraft from Sweden, France and Lithuania were due to take part in the show. He is now on trial. Two bodies were never recovered. Now that the ship is upright, a new attempt can be made to locate the bodies, though Gabrielli stressed that the wreckage must be secured again before divers can go in.
Other recovery efforts were also possible now that the ship is upright: Officials can now go cabin to cabin to open the safes and return valuables to their rightful owners, officials said.
Premier Enrico Letta phoned Gabriele to congratulate him. But for the whole team it was fantastic. Parbuckling is a standard operation to right capsized ships but never before had it been used on such a huge.
The Concordia is expected to be floated away from Giglio in the spring. Sloane said an initial inspection of the starboard side, covered in brown slime from its 20 months under water, indicated serious damage that must be assessed and fixed in the coming months.
But Sloane seemed confident: Currently, the ship is about two-thirds submerged, engineers said. Such tanks were affixed to the exposed port side of the ship and were filled with water to help pull the port side down. The ship must be made strong enough to withstand the winter storm season, when high seas and gusts will likely buffet the meter 1,foot long liner. Meridian Insurance Services is part of an elite group of independent insurance agencies around the U.
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President and Chief Operating Officer W. McMullen, 53, has served as president and COO since and as a board member since His successor will be named at a later date. Last week Kroger Co. Like other supermarket companies, Kroger is trying to adapt to a shifting industry.
Shoppers are increasingly getting groceries at big-box retailers like Target, drugstores and dollar stores that have expanded their food sections.
Specialty chains such as Whole Foods are playing a greater role, too. To keep pace, Kroger has worked on shortening checkout wait times, expanded its store-brand lineup and invested in making its loyalty program more sophisticated. The company also recently bought Harris Teeter, a regional grocer that has locations in eight states. HONOLULU AP — A state inspector saw molasses dripping last year from the same spot where a pipe leaked up to 1, tons of the sugary substance into Honolulu Harbor earlier this month, killing more than 26, fish and other marine life.
The letter, provided to reporters Friday, asked Matson to tell the state when the pipeline was repaired.
The spill happened in an industrial area of Honolulu Harbor west of downtown, where Matson loads molasses and other goods for shipping. Grune said the inspector saw the leak while looking for storm water discharge. Harbor tenants are responsible for inspecting their. Federal and state officials have been responding to the spill but have largely relied on natural water currents and weather to dilute and flush the molasses out of the harbor and a nearby lagoon.
About , gallons of the sugary substance spilled — equivalent to what would fill about seven rail cars or about one-third of an Olympicsize swimming pool. Gary Gill, deputy director of the Department of Health, said Friday that oxygen levels in the water are returning to normal. Keehi Lagoon and other nearby waters are scheduled to reopen to the public for recreation and other uses Saturday, of ficials from the Department of Land and Natural Resources said.
Matson lear ned about the spill Sept. The company later discovered the molasses oozed out from a section of pipe it thought had been sealed off. The company and state officials were unprepared, with no contingency plans for what to do in case of a molasses spill. Matson and state of ficials have said they maintain plans for spills of more hazardous substances like oil or fuel, but not for molasses, which acts differently and is more difficult to clean up.
Matson has loaded and transported molasses at the harbor for about 30 years. No endangered species have been identified among the dead marine life. Matson has said it will fully pay for cleanup and other costs without passing them on to taxpayers or by raising shipping rates on customers.
CEO Matt Cox said earlier this week it was too early to tell how much the cleanup would cost. Matson ships molasses from Hawaii to the mainland about once a week. The company reported a sharply lower quarterly profit on Friday that missed Wall Street expectations, with sales down at its two biggest chains despite ongoing attempts to revamp their menus with lighter, cheaper options.
Darden said it would slash costs to prepare for future challenges, in part by reducing its workforce. It also said that its president and chief operating officer, Drew Madsen, was retiring and would be succeeded by Gene Lee, effective immediately. As traffic has declined at Olive Garden and Red Lobster over the years, Darden has been trying to win back diners with lighter dishes and promotions intended to underscore the affordability of its food.
Olive Garden, for example, recently rolled. TV ads have ditched the Old World atmosphere in favor of a more modern feel. Despite the moves, sales fell 4 percent at Olive Garden restaurants open at least a year in the latest quarter.
The figure was down 5. Darden has blamed its troubles on a variety of factors, including more cautious spending by consumers. In its smaller specialty restaurant group, sales edged up 0.
The metric is a key gauge because it strips out the potentially distorting impact of newly opened and closed locations. A representative said the personnel cuts will not be at the restaurant level. The New York investment firm said Friday that it believes another bidder could have offered shareholders a better deal, but it could not secure an offer under existing time and financial constraints.
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We raised the money and flew him out on Christmas Day. His brother met him at LAX airport, and they visited for 4 days; then we flew our gentleman back home to S. His brother in L. Your refreshed Holiday Inn Express is here. A choice of pillows. Crisp, fresh, white linens and more. Holiday Inn Express Alpharetta w. Grindell and Marjorie H. Simpson, and brother David S. Carl was born March 24, , in Dumas to Louis R.
He attended Paris Junior College in Paris, Texas, and received his certification as a horologist in , and then received an associate degree from Amarillo College in As a young person he was involved in Boy Scouts. He was employed at Sebo Tek as a phonics technician. Carl was an artist, enjoyed flying model planes and loved his dogs. He was preceded in death by his father, Louis R. Jones, in December ; and his grandmother, Geneva Jones, in March He was born March 21, , in Austin and grew up in Dallas, Texas.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Dr. George leaves behind his wife, Lauren; daughters, Piper, 16, and Campbell, 12, all now living in Galveston; parents, Claude A.
George had many loving uncles, aunts, cousins and friends who will miss him very much. In Dallas from through , when the family moved to Hunt, Texas.
George had many passions, first and foremost his family, friends and a deep love of the outdoors. He was a highly respected CPS investigator and loved his profession. Each day he looked forward to helping someone in the community with their troubles.
George loved the Hunt property that has been in his family for years. Mark accepted the fulltime job in Heaven to watch over and protect his loving mother, Mrs. Joellen Bowden; his four beautiful and intelligent daughters; Natasha Nesiba 16 , Nicole Nesiba 14 , Katrina Nesiba 8 , and little Jessica Nesiba 4 ; his ex-wife of almost 16 years, Ms. Mark was preceded in death by his father, Irvin L.
Mark was born on December 26, After graduating from high school in Dothan, AL, he spent almost three years in the US Army where he worked as a weapons support radar repairer. After that he worked for Aerotherm Corp. He also enjoyed spending time with his buddy, Edward Roy Tennent, whenever they went fishing, hunting rabbit, quail, Oryx, deer, and elk , and trying to golf. An avid skier, mountain climber and all around outdoorsman.
Mike joined the US Army at the age of 40 and served with distinction for four years. In addition to his father, he is survived by brothers Todd Sanders and wife Joy, Paul Sanders and wife Jenna; sister Gwen Katz and husband Greg, step-brothers Darren Blanton and wife Julie and Brett Blanton and wife Cheryl, and fourteen nieces and nephews and several aunts and uncles.
He is also survived by special friend and former wife, Kirsten Sanders. Born in Washington, D. Constantine was a very talented man, who had innumerable skills. This talent from God was evident in his work with New Guard America rifle exhibition drill team, which he founded. The team holds thirteen Guinness World Records, while he personally held nine. His team often placed first as they travelled the world in competition. He leaves his devoted wife and sons; Isabelle, Xylan and Nathaniel.
Bruce loved and cared for everyone he met and was well loved in return. He dearly loved fishing and camping, especially with his father and sister. His family was the most important thing in his life. He was born on September 16, , in Dallas, Texas. He spent his early life living in many different states including Texas, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and California.
After graduating high school at New Mexico Military Institute, Scott went on to graduate from Baylor University where he met his future wife and best friend, Bridgette Hearne.
Once married, he and Bridgette lived in Southern California and eventually moved to Texas, first in Houston and then eventually settling in Austin where he finally found his forever home. Scott was an incredibly intelligent man who was driven by many passions. But most of all, Scott was so very proud of his son, Ryan. Scott will forever be remembered by his former wife and best friend Bridgette Hearne, his son Ryan Hearne, his father Shannon Craig Hearne and his wife Joni, his stepmother Jeremy Hearne, his brother Stephen Hearne and his wife Cristin, his sister Lindsay Hearne, his grandmother Mildred Landrum, his loving nephews, niece, uncles, cousins, and other friends, and his other best friend Bella his golden retriever.
He is preceded in death by his mother Joyce Hearne, his brother Byron Hearne, and his grandfathers and grandmothers. Preceded in death by father, Charles L. Survived by wife of 2 years, Shannon D. Beloved by friends and family. Mass of the Christian Burial will follow with Fr. Ron Machado as the celebrant. Concluding services and inurnment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Jacqueline Marie in Dan was a gifted athlete and student and was a national water skiing champion.
He was also a successful entrepreneur growing up, starting and owning two businesses prior to high school graduation. Dan was accepted to flight school in Pensacola, FL where he went through vigorous training for Naval Aviation. Dan was also a private pilot who enjoyed nothing more than flying. After the Navy, he worked in land development and consulting.
Dan will be greatly missed by his friends and family. Hugh passed away January 21, from complications after being hospitalized. Hugh was the son of Tazue Akutagawa and late Taro Akutagawa.
Michael had been a lifelong resident of Roswell. He was a manager for Maloof Motels for a few years and was of the Catholic faith. In addition to his parents, other survivors include his brothers, David K. Bridge and his wife Gaylenn of Arizona and Ian K. Blythe Kelly Douglas HS , devoted and loving father, husband, son, brother and friend, died on May 1, This vital man of action, service and love will be dearly missed.
He was born in Lafayette, Louisiana on August 20, He is survived by his sister, Tammy Smith, and her husband, Bill; and by his brother, Van Holton, and his wife, Pattye. He also leaves behind several aunts, an uncle, and many cousins, and his constant companion, his sweet little dog, Daisy. He died February 13, peacefully in his sleep, while on a sales trip in Gallup, NM.
He was preceded in death by his father James L. He was a true friend and beloved son and brother. Tom was born Dec. Tom had resided in the Fort Worth area for the past 14 years. He was a member of St. He was preceded in death by his father, Robert D. Tommy Bye of Marble Falls. He is of the Methodist faith.
He was preceded in death by his father, Dan Hamilton Cook. He joined the Army in and served until Kevin was in business with his father for many years selling aircraft manuals to pilots all over the world. He loved his work and was very professional at it. Kevin was preceded in death by his father Jim, and his sister Kelly Ann.
He will be greatly missed. Chuck was born Sept. He married Patricia Lynn Morton on Sept. He proudly served his country in the U. Michael was born on March 11, in Jackson, California. Michael loved animals, enjoyed sports, especially wrestling, and excelled at Motocross racing. Openly gay, he co-founded the Gay Comedy Jam. For many years, he performed many times a year for U. Kennedy was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and raised there and in Hobbs. He got his start in comedy in at an open mic night at the Froggy Bottoms Comedy Club in Lubbock, where a friend had entered him in a comedy contest.
He moved to Houston and then in to Los Angeles. He had a successful stand-up career, performing at clubs throughout the country. Beginning in the mids, Kennedy began touring extensively to entertain American troops on active duty, starting with USO tours in Afghanistan with Dave Attell.
He formed his own touring company, Comics Ready to Entertain, to go to more dangerous places than the USO was willing to send him to, performing up to five times a day on over 50 tours in Afghanistan and Iraq. He was born October 13, John was a graduate of Mingus Union High School. He was raised in the Verde Valley from until his high school graduation.
John played football, basketball, and baseball growing up with his brothers and all of his wonderful childhood friends. After high school, he attended New Mexico Military Institute and earned a commission as a second lieutenant in the U.
He served eight years as an officer in the Air Defense Artillery branch, including service in Iraq, and was honorably discharged as a captain from his last assignment in Germany.
Gary is survived by his loving wife of 8 years, Janis T. He also leaves to cherish his memory numerous other relatives and a host of friends. He was born in Wakefield, MI, on October 26, He attended Kalaheo High School in Hawaii, graduating in He enlisted in the army reserve, eventually earning the rank of major.
Michael loved reading and learning and was knowledgeable and well-versed on a wide range of subjects. He liked to watch movies and was especially fond of science fiction. He was a gym enthusiast and rarely missed a day exercising and lifting weights at Summit Fitness.
Michael took pleasure in working with his hands and tools, and had been remodeling his home prior to the onset of his illness. He had recently started cooking and improving in his skill. He was a great story-teller blessed with a hearty laugh and the gift of gab, and he will truly be missed. He was preceded in death by his father, Bernie J.
He played football from and led the state in rushing and touchdowns a record held for many years. Mark also excelled in baseball throughout his youth. Mark enjoyed skiing, weight lifting, biking, camping and spending time with his children and family.
He is survived by his mother, JoAnn G. Joseph, Matthew, Greg and Paul Michelle ; and many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews, nieces and friends. Justin and I love you so much, and will greatly miss you.
Thank you for two beautiful children. Through the love of his family one year later he is able to leave the hospital and join them. With that love and strong family support he went on to honorably serve his country and his city. Father of three, Donald, Jr. Don Sanchez has left this world to enjoy the love of the Lord.
His spirit has moved but the love he demonstrated will live on through those that knew him. Gino was a Belen native, born on July 28, , and attended St. He also worked for Motorola as head of real estate and construction for Latin America before beginning his own construction and waste management company in Brazil.
Gino has been living and working in Brazil for the past 17 years. Most recently, he was contracted by Swift to work in Angola on a natural gas project. Gino was a man who knew no stranger. He touched the lives of all who met him. He was preceded in death by his father, Nick Sanchez. Slade HS ; daughters Sierra and Savannah. Willie Gene Tetterton, Jr.
Gene is survived by his wife, Bette Tetterton; parents, Willie G. He had been in failing health the last several years. He was 50 years old. Jay was born in San Angelo, Texas, on Dec. Maribel later married Bill Woodfin, who then adopted Jay. Jay loved cars and was a master mechanic. He could fix just about anything that needed repair, not limiting himself to cars.
He believed in always being ready for anything and heartily loved a good adventure! Jay loved riding his motorcycle and taking road trips with Rosie, his partner in life, love and adventure. Standing 6 feet, 5 inches tall, Jay was a big man with an even bigger heart. He did not tolerate bullying of any sort and would quickly come to the aid of the underdog. Jay never met a stranger and always enjoyed a good party! Whether it was having a beer with his friends, grilling with family or simply sitting on the porch drinking iced tea and swapping lies.
Over the years, Jay had various dogs that sat on the porch with him, but he had a special fondness for his Dachsunds: Spud, Wrinkles and most recently, Chloe, who he taught to retrieve birds while he was hunting. Jay loved the outdoors. He was an avid hunter, gun collector and fisherman. One of his great pleasures in life was passing on this knowledge to his kids, nieces and nephews.
He loved a good joke, whether it was on him or one he had carefully planned. He just loved to make people laugh, which he did very well. Jay believed in family first and exemplified this in his life. The births of his daughters were two of his proudest moments. He took special pride in his nieces and nephews, treating them like his own children.
Woodfin HS , preceded him in death. This gentle and giving soul is now at peace. Rob was born April 8, in Kerrville, Texas, to Dr. He served in the United States Army Reserve from to , commissioned as 2nd lieutenant, promoted to 1st lieutenant in Rob had many talents and abilities from computer construction, repair and programming, photography and videography, teaching in his fields of specialty, including safety and efficiency in the workplace to design and construction of various models and devices.
He is survived by his wife, Anne M. Fletcher of Albuquerque; son, Mark W. Fletcher of Albuquerque; father, Harvey A. Fletcher; and sister, Gayle Hilton, both of Albuquerque. Fletcher graduated from NMMI.
He owned and operated a self storage and internet business. Fletcher was a recipient of the Jefferson Award for his participation in the rescue of Baby Jessica. He was a member of Central United Methodist Church. He was preceded in death by his father, William S.
The Rosary will be recited at 7 p. Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated at 10 a. He was born May 31, , in Gallup.
Musser graduated from New Mexico Military in Roswell in with honors. He lived and worked in Gallup until when he moved to Midland, Texas, where he began a career in the construction industry. Survivors include his sons, Peter J. Musser of Gallup, Ronald J. After school she joined the Army and served for 17 years. In she moved to Rolla, Missouri, to be closer to family. On July 1, , she received a heart transplant.
After fighting valiantly for 18 days, on July 19, , at 3: Glen grew up in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he began flying at the age of After graduating from New Mexico Military Institute and the aviation school in Lubbock, Texas, Glen pursued his career in aircraft maintenance and his love of flying in San Diego, California.
Vallejos and Lupe Grego. Married Jenifer Peay on Dec. Active member of the LDS Church. He loved to serve others and stressed the importance of gaining an education. He was an avid golfer. Survived by wife, Jenifer; children: He is predeceased by his brother, Conner R.
He is survived by his wife of 17 years, Marci Beatty; his daughters: Hannah and Mary Margaret Varela, all of Taos. He was a former Probate Judge in Taos County. He was a member of Rotary International, a scholar, and he was a great humanitarian, sponsoring poverty-stricken children in foreign countries such as Thailand and Cambodia. He was proud to be a liberal Democrat.
He was also the best lawyer you could hope to have represented you in court. Julian loved the outdoors, no matter what the weather was, for hiking, running, camping or just relaxing by a river or spring. Traveling and learning about different cultures was his passion. He was a great skier and an avid rider of motorcycles. He loved to sing and dance, no matter what the occasion. He had the ability to get along with anyone. He loved to read and write and his writing skills were powerful. He took his job as a lawyer very seriously, but also seriously knew how to have a good time.
Julian was a devoted husband and father. His daughters and wife were his best friends, and he had many other good friends. He taught his daughters something new everyday. He was a mentor to everyone he knew in different ways.
The light of his spirit was that of one of a kind, and he was never afraid to try new things. He loved making the people around him smile. He loved his family and friends more than anything and enjoyed spending time with them.
He will be greatly missed by many whose lives he touched. Lived in the Mesquite area his entire life. Graduated from North Mesquite High School where he was an all-district football player. Attended New Mexico Military Institute on a scholarship. Survived by parents Robert C. He passed awat February 20, Much of who he was is because of his educations and training from NMMI.
Born in Munich, Germany, on February 27, , Mr. Bell lived in Riverside for 35 years. He then served his country in the U. He donated much of his time to charity and was active in animal rescue. He enjoyed and played many sports, including tennis, basketball, swimming, football and golf. He is survived by his parents, Colonel Ret William H. And Ellen Horton Driskill. Matt attended school in Belle Fourche through fourth grade when his family moved to the Campstool Ranch at Devils Tower in and he transferred to Hulett School.
Matt attended Sheridan College and served 10 years active duty in the U. In , Matt married Brenda Clark and to this union, a daughter, Cheney, was born.
The KOA recently received their year award, which Matt was extremely proud of. In , Matt and Kathi were blessed with a beautiful daughter, Jessee Loring, whom he loved very much. Matt enjoyed roping, hunting, golfing and an occasional poker game.
He was well known for his cooking and catering skills. He was preceded in death by his mother, Ellen and his grandparents. Matt was a wonderful husband, father and friend who will be greatly missed. Philip was born in Florida and spent a majority of his life in Middlesex Borough, N. He honorably served as a U.
Army combat engineer at Fort Benning, Ga. He was an ordained minister and certified hypnotist. Philip had a great sense of humor, was an avid fisherman, cherished the moments spent with his grandchildren, and lived life to its fullest, but will always be remembered most for his love of his family and endless generosity; from paying for funeral expenses of friends to filling the void while his brother was deployed four times to Iraq. After an 11 month battle well fought by Superman — Philip is now resting peacefully.
He was predeceased by his father, Philip Murray Grinnell. Philip will always be dearly loved by his family and friends.
His incredible smile will be sorely missed. May he rest always in peace and in our hearts for he will always be remembered as being there for us during both the good and difficult times. May He Rest In Peace. He was a Graduate of Denbigh High School. At an early age he became a member of First Baptist Church Dendron. Carlos as he was affectionately known had a talent and love of Basketball.
A host of cousins, and close friends. She would lead an exemplary life of devotion to faith and family. Beatriz, or Beat, as she was affectionately known, was the first and favorite of seven mexican-American children from Juan and Maria de los Angeles Orozco.
She graduated from high school at St. Her dream to pursue a field as an architect would be sidetracked after her mother became disabled and severely ill. In between she took great joy in caring for and playing with her nieces. After her mother passed away she was there to assist her father in his declining health. But soon, she would need to care for herself after being diagnosed with kidney failure and put on dialysis as her mother was before her.
And like her mother, she would succumb to the disease. Man measures success in terms of power and wealth, but for those seeking a place in heaven, it is based on love, faith and sacrifice and by that measure she has earned her placement among the greatest of saints.
Few ever come as close to repaying ones parents for all their love and sacrifices as she did. The family requests prayers for her eternal soul. She is survived by her father Juan f. Orozco , six siblings Juan C. Ronald was a Computer Programmer. Proud member of the Army National Guard Infantry. Mikell was born on January 5, He grew up on the family ranch with his sister, learning the values of hard work, hard play, generosity and kindness. He met his best friend and future wife, Gail Edwards in They were married in sharing 35 years of marriage.
Mike inherited a love of the land and its animals except for coyotes from his parents. He has managed the sheep and cattle family ranch full time since Like his dad, he also inherited a love of flying.
He loved the solitude life in the rolling hills of the Sacramento Mountains. His Lord and Family meant everything to him. Mike greatly cherished his beloved Australian Sheppard dogs: Sox, Patches and Shep, all kinds of music, competitive shooting, boating, motorcycles and hunting, especially predator hunting.
Mike was preceded in death by his parents and infant brother Jim. Many cousins on both sides of the family. Don and Alice of Santa Fe. He is also survived by aunts, nieces, cousins, many wonderful friends and colleagues. He was a practicing attorney in Dallas. Since he has been a loving, devoted husband to Marie Inez Ballesteros ne: He is also survived by his brothers, Mark and Dave Ballesteros, their wives and many nieces and nephews.
Domie served in the U. Army for 20 years, having served with distinction in the 82nd Airborne at Ft. He made many great friends while serving his country and his brothers in arms are also saddened by the loss of a brave warrior.
Domie had been attending Weber State University, until the disease rendered him unable, to pursue a Masters degree in Psychology and Social Work in order to fulfill his dream to help his brothers in arms deal with the profound effects of war and all that entails. He was also a U.
Army veteran and a welder and electrician. Known for his generosity and kindness to strangers, he was a gentle soul who always put others before himself. He never realized his own goodness. He was preceded in death by his brother and best friend, David Lee Day.
He was born in Roswell, New Mexico and lived there for a number of years and also in Mobile. He loved fishing for the catch of the day and spending time with family and friends at Dauphin Island. Artistic and creative was always a good way to describe Michael. Playing the guitar, assembling model cars and drawing were his favorite things.
He loved his family and he will be dearly missed. Preceding him in death, are his sisters, Deborah Hilliard and Valorie Citty. Surviving are his mother, Betty N. Evans of Fairhope; His father Richard E. He was a Bartlesville resident and was employed as a pipeliner with Union He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Alva and Louise Murnan, his maternal grandparents, E.
He played all positions on the baseball diamond except for pitcher and catcher. The memories of his precious life will be cherished by his daughter, Victoria Antionette Phillips; granddaughter, Jada Nichelle Phillips; two brothers, Minister Leonard B.
Quilliam died on Jan. Due to mounting health problems, his activities have been restricted for several years. Reed was born July 6, , in Beaumont, Texas, the third child of W.
He also attended Texas Tech University. He enjoyed rooting for the Red Raiders and loved attending Texas Tech basketball and football games. He was happiest during college bowl season and March Madness. For many years, he spent Monday mornings assisting the staff of the church in various duties. Reed was predeceased by his parents and a sister, Mary Corinne Quilliam, who died in JC lost his life in a helicopter crash in a rural area of New Mexico, where he worked as a personal pilot, along with four others.
During his career, JC flew countless rescue missions, often in extreme conditions, saving numerous lives. His strong character and leadership skills made him a respected member of his unit.
He received a number of awards for his skills as a pilot, and always made sure that his coworkers received acknowledgment, as well. Despite all his abilities and achievements he remained very humble, with an understated strength and sense of humor.
On a personal level, JC was a friend and mentor to many. He was a beloved husband and brother. He was preceded in death his parents Spencer and Alba Hedgespeth. He was also involved in various Masonic Organizations: Buechel Lodge , where he served as Master in He was an avid Cardinal fan and benefactor member of the NRA.
He grew up in New Mexico where he played baseball, football and became involved in music. He attended the New Mexico Hummingbird Music camp for many summers. During High School he became a counselor at the camp. He played trumpet in the Jazz and Marching bands. He graduated from NMMI in After the death of a beloved grandmother he decided to enlist in the Army.
He served in the army on the East — West German Border for three years. He drove an armored personnel carrier and monitored the border.
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