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Bud earned his B. He served in the U. Navy during the Korean War. He worked for 3 major corporations during his career: Bud was a member of the Optimist Club and commissioner of youth baseball while in Deerfield, Illinois. Bud loved fishing, travel of all kinds, and family reunions that included a Caribbean cruise and a week at a Dude ranch in the Colorado Mountains. Bud and Sherry created travel journals of every trip taken beginning in until While living in Georgetown he was a member of the First Presbyterian Church.

He was preceded in death by his mother, father, and step-mother as well as his sister, Billie Jean White and his step-son, Justin Clark. Native of San Francisco, CA. Retired as a supplier to the retail food industry after over 40 years service as vice president of Pioneer Soap Co. Of Food Chains Inc. He was a 50 year member of the Illuminators Inc. He proudly served in the U.

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Many nieces and nephews. A proud man who enjoyed life with his family and friends to the end. He married Winnifred Horton on June 16, , in Roswell. Brock proudly served his nation in the U.

Army as a tank commander in the Korean War. Brock led the 2nd Platoon, Charlie Company, 40th Division of the th Tank Battalion, where, in combat operations, he received a Purple Heart for wounds sustained in battle and also was awarded the Bronze Star for his bravery in combat action. Brock moved his family from Denver to Elizabethtown. Brock was one of the original Denver, CO, Gates Rubber Company supervisors sent to Elizabethtown to open the Elizabethtown Gates Rubber plant in and assisted in the initial hiring of its new employees.

He later became a department head for the company. He graduated from the New Mexico Military Institute in On July 27, , he married Carol Janice Younkin. Broz served residencies in general surgery and clinical and anatomical pathology in Omaha, as well as a residency in immunology at National Jewish Hospital in Denver.

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Willis was born on August 10th, in San Francisco and was a member of an early and prominent local family. Willis was president of both organizations. For many years he was dedicated to the Boy Scouts of America. He is survived by his wife Helen of 56 years and his sister Marguerite. Nick was one of the most notable climbing expedition leaders of his time. He also led the first ascent of Masherbrum in the same region in , the first ascent of Mount Vinson in Antarctica in and the first ascent of Ulugh Muztagh in Tibet in Nick began his many visits to the Tetons in , when he climbed the Grand Teton with Paul Petzoldt.

Joseph Deleno Creveling, Jr. He was head of international marketing for Lockeed Martin. Navy as a Naval Aviator. Services and burial will be private. May 26, Place of Birth: White Plains, New York Death: March 9, Place of Death: After USC he followed several of his fraternity brothers into the Army, where he served with distinction. It was only a few years later, in , when Bob began working there on his summer vacations.

Wilbur was industrious, charismatic and considered a true visionary of the coffee business. Cutting his teeth in sales, Bob would rise through the ranks, propelling the company from its sturdy origins to the dominant position it holds today, often through sheer tenacity and force of will. As an example, in , with transportation grinding to a halt amid a steelworker strike, Bob doggedly continued delivering Curtis products to his clients using his own personal car.

He was also known as an exceptional gin rummy player who would sit across the table from well-known players like Conrad Hilton. Throughout his many soaring successes and rare failures, Bob Curtis never steered the company or his personal life from essential family values.

Complex man, simple creed -Always be humble. Appreciate the people you serve. Take care of your family. These were words Bob Curtis lived by. He was born Oct. He worked as a building contractor. After his graduation in he attended Colorado State University as a member of the rodeo team.

They moved home to the Campstool Ranch at Devils Tower in , where they raised their three sons. Jesse was an accomplished horseman and a talented cowboy. Jesse valued a good working dog and rarely was seen without his trusty border collie by his side.

To the delight of his listeners he often threw in a story or two from his own colorful youth. He served in the Army for 20 years before retiring in He later taught for School District 11 until retirement in Aug, He was commissioned as a 2nd Lt.

He received his law degree from UT Austin. Harris, 6 grandchildren, a brother, Lloyd B. Harris of El Paso and a sister Marza L. Jerry was born April 16, , in Hartford, Conn. At OU he pledged Kappa Sigma fraternity and later served as chapter president. Upon graduation with a petroleum geology degree, Jerry was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army.

Jerry remained a lifelong, loyal fan of his Sooners; a love he shared with friends and family. In Jerry began work with the Humble Oil Company in Corpus Christi where he and Carolyn lived for the next 35 years and raised their children.

Jerry eventually became an independent geologist where he spent many happy years working with friends in the oil industry.

He was also a founder of the OU Energy Center. In Fort Worth they enjoyed family and new friendships through their church, Christ the Redeemer Anglican. Jerry will be missed by all who knew him. We rejoice that because of his faith in Christ, he is now face to face with his Redeemer. He was born in Silver City, NM. He dedicated his entire career to the armed forces, graduating from the New Mexico Military Institute in He served 32 years in the Army, making him a fourth generation member of his family to serve.

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Appreciate the people you serve. Take care of your family. These were words Bob Curtis lived by. He was born Oct. He worked as a building contractor. After his graduation in he attended Colorado State University as a member of the rodeo team. They moved home to the Campstool Ranch at Devils Tower in , where they raised their three sons. Jesse was an accomplished horseman and a talented cowboy. Jesse valued a good working dog and rarely was seen without his trusty border collie by his side.

To the delight of his listeners he often threw in a story or two from his own colorful youth. He served in the Army for 20 years before retiring in He later taught for School District 11 until retirement in Aug, He was commissioned as a 2nd Lt.

He received his law degree from UT Austin. Harris, 6 grandchildren, a brother, Lloyd B. Harris of El Paso and a sister Marza L. Jerry was born April 16, , in Hartford, Conn. At OU he pledged Kappa Sigma fraternity and later served as chapter president. Upon graduation with a petroleum geology degree, Jerry was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army. Jerry remained a lifelong, loyal fan of his Sooners; a love he shared with friends and family.

In Jerry began work with the Humble Oil Company in Corpus Christi where he and Carolyn lived for the next 35 years and raised their children. Jerry eventually became an independent geologist where he spent many happy years working with friends in the oil industry.

He was also a founder of the OU Energy Center. In Fort Worth they enjoyed family and new friendships through their church, Christ the Redeemer Anglican. Jerry will be missed by all who knew him. We rejoice that because of his faith in Christ, he is now face to face with his Redeemer.

He was born in Silver City, NM. He dedicated his entire career to the armed forces, graduating from the New Mexico Military Institute in He served 32 years in the Army, making him a fourth generation member of his family to serve. In , he and his family moved to Fountain Hills. Robert was a member of the St. Robert was preceded in death by a son, Scott Jameson.

Beloved husband of Charlene nee Mondock. He married Rosemary Rhoten on June 4, , in Salem. He attended schools in Tucumcari, NM. He served in the Marine Corps and in the Army. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Marshall of Zhanjiang, China, and Howard of Snyder, Texas; a daughter, Mary Gardiner of Ashland; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

His first wife, Robinda Flaten, died previously. David was employed by Coors Distributorships for 31 years where he served as statewide General Sales Manager. He served in the Air Force during the Korean Conflict. He was born in Wichita Falls, Texas, the son of W. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Clara Cooper Lacy and his beloved sons and their wives; William D. Lacy and Jeannie Birdwell Lacy. He also served in the Army.

He was a manager of Monroe Systems for Business for 30 years. He was a captain in the U. Air Force from He met the love of his life, Peggy Wolff Lewis, at age They were in love for 70 years and married for 63 wonderful years. Lewis and his wife Susan, and Laurie L. Saunders and her husband John; nine grandchildren: Jack and Peggy were world travelers and instilled their love of travel and adventure in their children and grandchildren by starting a tradition of annual family trips that took them all over the world.

These are some of their most treasured memories and one of their greatest legacies. Under his leadership, Jefferson Bank grew significantly. Jack was a proud Eagle Scout. Jack was a voracious reader, loved his cross-word puzzles, and was talented at telling jokes and limericks.

He was an avid outdoorsman and loved spending time hunting and fishing in the field with his buddies, children, and grandchildren. He loved to travel extensively and enjoyed summers in Carmel with Peggy.

He was a strong man who encouraged others to be the best they could be. The family would like to thank Andres Cisneros and Paola Rios, for their unwavering care for Jack and all the Lewis family for nearly 30 years.

Loy and Martha Florence Morse. He descended from an early Texas and early Houston family. He was raised by his father to believe integrity and honor should be the keystones of his life.

He proudly served his country in the U. Army as a 1st Lieutenant in the 11th Airborne Division. Stephen is survived by his wife, Penelope Stewart Loy, who gave him many years of joy, comfort, and love; son, Stephen G. Devoted husband to Pat, proud father to Michael and Philip, and loving uncle to Linda Hudelson Barker, died February 17, after a valiant battle with cancer.

Mann of Torreon, Mexico. He graduated in from the New Mexico Military Institute, where he lettered in golf and served on the rifle team. Alban graduated with a degree in International Economics from San Diego State University in and did one year of post graduate work prior to receiving a commission in the US Army, where he served in both the United States and Germany.

After leaving the army with the rank of Captain, he spent the next forty years as an executive in the field of international shipping, where he successfully served three major companies: American Express, Montgomery Ward, and Mattel, from which he retired in Always, he sought to support local educational and sports opportunities for you.

As he grew more aware of the challenges to at-risk youth in the community, he extended his efforts towards working to benefit the boys who were residents of the Child Net Long Beach Youth Home, and served for many years as an active board member of the Long Beach Youth Home Boosters. He chaired the fund raisers: Festival of the Chefs, the Romantic Interlude twice , and served in the capacity of President.

Alban was recognized as Volunteer of the Year in and at that time was presented with a letter of commendation from Congressman Steve Horn. Then, Al focused on Long Beach City College, seeing it as an essential Link of Hope that could place higher educati on within reach of all area residents. For the past few years he intensified his volunteer work with the Long Beach City College Foundation, where he worked to raise money for scholarships in the areas of Foreign Languages and English as a Second Language.

Most recently, he participated as a member of the Foundation Board of Governors. He is buried in St. McElroy and Doris Stewart, where he received his early education. He later served in the U. Bill had an illustrious and world-wide career working as an engineer in the oil industry.

He served in these capacities not only in the Los Angeles area, but also in Tripoli, Libya, Africa and outlying regions of the Sahara Desert. Retired from camp superintendency, he then consulted for Husky Oil of Canada and supervised activities of oil recovery and drilling support operations in North and South Kuwait following the Gulf War. He was loved and well-respected by many. After serving three years in the U. Charles loved Classical music and attended many opera productions across the country.

He was also a great nature lover, especially wild birds, which he raised. Charles was fortunate to have three very special and devoted friends who saw to his every need with love and compassion: Jerald Ketchum, George Sherrill, Jr. Also, he cared deeply for his dear friend, Kathy Tucker, who predeceased him, and continued to love and care for her children: Caitlin Parker, Duncan, Mark J. Charles was very kind, devoted and generous to those he loved, and helped those he considered less fortunate.

Charles is survived by his sister, Marylou and her husband, Tom Mahaffey; nephews: Press Mahaffey and wife, Susan; Greg Mahaffey and wife, Becky, all of Marlow; and niece, Melissa Mahaffey of Norman; several great-nephews and great-nieces; and cousins: Diane Bourland and Whizzer met at a horse show at the end of May and they were engaged by August.

They were married on February 5, in Fort Worth. Their children were raised on the ranch and were excited to work cattle with their Dad. Whizzer proudly served in the Navy Reserves. Whizzer is survived by his wife of 62 years: He was born March 12, , in Laredo, Texas. Generous, kind, hard-working husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, Johnny was raised in the upper valley and a member of a pioneer family.

He was a member of the United Methodist Church, a U. Navy veteran where he served in the Construction Battalion, a 32nd Degree Mason, and a member of the International Union of Operating Engineers for 55 years.

He was born May 6, in Gallup, NM. He graduated high school from New Mexico Military Institute in He had many life long friends including several of his classmates from NMSU. Without hesitation, he was always quick to help a neighbor, friend, or stranger whenever needed. Charles went on to become well known and very well respected in the commercial construction industry, starting his early career with Robert E.

He retired in after 25 years with Davis and Associates in Santa Fe. He enjoyed many outdoor activities including fishing and camping with his daughters while they were growing up. He and his wife Barbara enjoyed traveling. They visited several different countries including China, Peru, Poland and New Zealand, to name a few. But he probably most enjoyed traveling and camping in their RV with their dogs, Maggie and Suhne. Charles is survived by his daughters, Bobbie Murphy and Caroline Murphy of Santa Fe, whom he cherished greatly and who were thoroughly devoted to him after his wife died in ; brother Jim Mur Angel Flores phy, and sister-in-law Marge, of Durango, CO; nephew Mark Murphy and wife Pat, of Maryland; Dan Murphy and wife Teresa of Durango, CO; his incredibly loved and spoiled Lab, Trudy, who was his constant, loyal companion and rarely left his side.

He will be greatly missed by his family and many friends. He married Nancy Gentry on Feb. He raised his family at Corona where he operated a cattle and sheep ranch.

John retired to Albuquerque and later moved to Edgewood. He enjoyed playing the guitar and accordion and spending time with family and friends. John was a kind and loving man and will be greatly missed by all. John is survived by his son Scott, daughter-in-law Eileen and granddaughter Isabella of Prescott, Ariz.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Michel and Soledad; brothers, Michel and Louie and son Cully. He attended the University of Oklahoma and graduated with a Petroleum Geology degree in He married Annette Marie Taft in He served With Distinction in the Korean War.

He began his career as a geologist with Pan American in Mississippi. He joined Mich-Wis Pipeline in Houston in , Bass Enterprises in and finally went back to his love of being an independent geologist and remained a mentor even after he semi-retired. He received the Martin C. He came to Dayton Initially in , after serving in the U. He was associated with various hotel computer systems and hospitality product programs until his retirement in Funeral services will be held at St.

Donations in his memory may be made to St. He passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Wednesday, January 9, From he served in the U. Army Corps of Engineers. Upon his discharge, he worked for the U. Public Health Service — Indian Health. During this time he and his family lived in Portland, Ore. In his retirement years he enjoyed spending time on his farm, playing golf, attending OU football games, and taking many trips to the mountains of Colorado and New Mexico where he trail rode with his beloved horses and many friends.

Officer and Fanny Belle Wittwer. He was delivered by his grandfather, Dr. He spent his childhood making rounds with his grandfather to patients, often on horseback when patients frequently paid with chickens and tortillas. During his year career, he was stationed at more than 15 bases. Officer is survived by his wife of Albuquerque; two daughters, including Paula Petry of Gillette; one son; one brother; and five grandsons.

He was fervently prayed home into the loving arms of his Lord surrounded by his two sons, their wives and six grandchildren on Wednesday, December 6, Growing up in Houston his main interests were his friends, scouting and his church, the Church of St. John the Divine, where he was a member of its earliest Sunday school classes in , served as acolyte and received his Eagle Scout award in as a member in Troop The last two years of high school and first year of college he attended New Mexico Military Institute, an experience he cherished throughout his lifetime.

Army, Armor, at Fort Knox, Kentucky. In Gene married Patricia Kerlin, his college sweetheart and best friend. After so many moves across west and south Texas with two young sons, Gene joined an independent oil company in Corpus Christi in , where they settled in for 17 years. While in Corpus Christi, Gene was active in civic affairs, serving in Leadership Corpus Christi, on the Planning and Zoning Commission for five years, one year as chairman, and in the Chamber of Commerce as vice president of economic development.

One more relocation in would take him and Patricia back to his childhood roots in Houston to join a Canadian energy company as southern US exploration manager. John the Divine after his return to Houston. His faith was his bedrock in all circumstances, and served as his compass throughout life.

The family extends their thanks to the staff at Treemont Healthcare for their efforts to bring Gene back to health after he suffered a broken leg in May , and to Linda Parsons, trusted aid and loyal friend to both Gene and Patricia.

Gene was predeceased by his parents, his brother, Robert I. Peeples, and his wife of 63 years, Patricia, whom he heroically cared for over her final years. He loved, and is loved by, his nieces and nephews on both the Peeples and Kerlin side.

He was 81 years of age. He landed in Korea on November 17, and took part in heavy fighting on the Western Front. Upon returning home, he met his soon-to-be wife Bobbye Prentiss and they were married in Supply and then went into the Home Building Business for the next forty-five years building many new homes, apartments and duplexes. He was preceded in death by his parents, Newton B. Bob lived a life of service to his country and his community, and was devoted to his family.

It was during these early years that he began his service to God and his community as a Boy Scout, a member of the New Mexico State Guard, and an acolyte and lay reader in the Episcopal Church.

Following graduation from Officer Candidate School, he was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army in and served on active duty for 30 years, retiring in with the rank of full Colonel. They had two daughters, Becky and Kathy. In addition, he served with the 31st Infantry Regiment in Korea, the 1st, 6th, and 13th Cavalry, and the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Armored Divisions.

Bob was a Charter Member of St. Bob was a Master Gardener, and his hobbies included fishing, photography, horticulture, and inventing gadgets. He was a sports enthusiast and had a great appreciation for classical music. He especially enjoyed camping with his family and teaching his six grandchildren and many other kids how to fish.

He had a kind and generous heart and will be greatly missed by all of those who knew him. Throughout his life, he was involved in his family farm operation in Colorado.

Bob was preceded in death by his first wife, Mardy Hammond Rierson. Visitation will be Sunday, May 9th from 4 to 6 p. At Messinger Mortuaries, E. Indian School Road, Scottsdale. Survivors include his loving wife, Mary L. He is preceded in death by his parents, Mr. Charlie Salter; one son, the late Richard B. Terrie and one grandson, Charles Salter, Jr. Nestor was born on July 28, to Jim and Clara Sanchez. He was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U. Marshall Home Preservation Fund where he secured funding vital to keeping the home as a museum for the public.

A devoted and loving son, brother, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend, Nestor is survived by his two sisters, four sons, seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

He is preceded in death by his loving wife Joan. Nestor touched many people with his hard work, humor, dedication, and wise counsel. He will be greatly missed. Judge Schnedar died peacefully on Sept.

Bill was born and raised in Roswell, spent his adult career as a lawyer and judge here, and, together with his wife, raised nine children, all of whom graduated from Roswell High School.

Bill was born at St. Bill, his brother John, and his sister Jeanne grew up in a house on the corner of College Boulevard and Atkinson Avenue, a spot that now hosts the Roswell Zoo. As a boy, Bill and his brother John swam in the Berrendo River. They married in , two days after he was commissioned as an officer in the United States Navy.

Bill and Zudie lived in San Diego while Bill, as an amphibious line officer, served three tours in the South Pacific and one tour in Alaska and Canada, where he served as the assistant operations officer for the DEW line re-supply mission. By the time Bill graduated from law school, he and Zudie already had four children, but he nevertheless managed to graduate first in his class.

Along the way, he and Zudie had five more children. In , Bill left private practice after 21 years to become a judge of the Fifth Judicial District, where he served more than 14 years before retiring in Some of his many accomplishments on the bench include computerizing the Fifth Judicial District, increasing access to pro se litigants in family court, starting a mediation program in Chaves County, and bringing improvements to child custody proceedings.

With the help of State Sen. Tim Jennings, Bill persuaded the legislature to provide equal pay state-wide for court employees. Bill enthusiastically supported all the activities of his nine children, oftentimes coaching athletic teams and traveling to tournaments across the state, and, sometimes the country. Bill, known as Daddio to his children, leaves them with many childhood memories of camping, water-skiing, Thanksgiving flag football games, and wonderful summer vacations traveling the country in two station wagons.

Bill is survived by his loving wife of 54 years, Zudie, and eight children, Chris Schnedar and his wife, Carol, of Suffolk, Va. Bill lived life to the fullest, with a kind heart and wise spirit. He will remain in the memories and hearts of all who knew him. George was born to George R. George was born and raised in Roswell, NM. George married his wife Alice B Kennedy on June 19, His first son George R. George came back to Roswell, NM, in George worked 20 years as a controller in Building Block and Stone.

George worked independently in his company Energy Administration as a land man in the oil industry for 40 years. Those who preceded him in death are his parents George R. Smith, and his son David E. Those left behind to cherish his memory are: Granddaughter, Molly Hoover and her husband Jeromey Hoover along with his great grandchildren: Ryder, Allyson, Hunter and Skylynn.

Smith and his wife Blanca Smith and his great grandchildren: March 11, — June 13, Milton V. Predeceased by loving wife, Glennis Deanie Stenseth. Survivors include 3 daughters, 6 grandchildren, and 1 sister. Stewart HS , 74, was born in St. Louis, to Laura E. Stewart, the former rector of St. Mary Magdalen Church in Villa Park, retired in , but continued serving the community as a substitute teacher, west side coordinator for Mental Health and Mental Retardation Services, and as assisting pries at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Elgin.

He served in Korea from to , and was honorably discharged in , with the rank of sergeant. He enrolled at Nashotah House Theological Seminary in Wisconsin as a candidate for the priesthood in the Episcopal Church, graduating in , and was then assigned to the Timberline Circuit of the Episcopal Church, serving at three different churches, in Breckenridge, Leadville and Buena Vista, Colo.

Stewart joined the staff of St. While there, he joined with other chaplains in urging Sheriff Richard Elrod to investigate and correct abuses at the jail. Stewart was called to be Rector of St. After retiring to St. Charles in , Rev. Stewart devoted himself to several occupations, among them temporary secretary at the Kane County Judicial Center, substitute teaching in area high schools, west side coordinator for Mental Health and Mental Retardation Services, and, finally as assisting priest at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Elgin.

He was also a co-founder of Suicide Prevention Services in Batavia and volunteered as a computer instructor at the Salvation Army in Geneva. Stewart was thrice married and is survived by his widow, Lou C. Gallagher; three children by his first wife, Joann Mullen, and one child by his second wife, Rose.

He leaves four grandchildren. While at NMMI, Phil was a member of the polo team copping the Best Horseman trophy his senior year even though he was the only city boy on the team. Phil launched his public relations career in consumer marketing with The Philip Lesley, Co.

After moving to Texas, Phil was founder and chairman of Churchill Group which he grew from into one of the largest PR firms in Houston and eventually the largest Investor Relations firm in the southwest. He joined the Houston Racquet Club in enjoying entertaining, tennis and the past five years arriving at the door of the fitness center about 5 a. His loyal assistant at Churchill Group, Fern Congram, moved with him to support his money management services which was active until his death.

He practiced 31 years in Hot Springs. He was a founding member of Trinity Church where he remained faithful till death. Toles and Audie Penrod Toles who predeceased him. Army of Occupation, Germany. Toles married Sally Saunders who survives him. She is the daughter of the late Col. Toles is also survived by three sons: Joshua, Jordan and Shelby. Toles practiced law in Roswell for several years before forming The Toles Company, a family business involving oil and gas production, commercial real estate, and farm and ranch properties.

He was active in state government, serving in the New Mexico Senate from to Toles served in various capacities for state, community and church endeavors. He was a fundraiser and builder, chairing the building committees for the construction of three major projects in Roswell: Their public endeavors and charitable services caused Mr.

Toles was an active member of the First United Methodist Church of Roswell, where he led an adult Sunday school class for 50 years. Of the many organizations that Mr. Toles served, none received more attention than New Mexico Military Institute. He was 80 years old. His love of fun and people, and his devotion to his friends, lots of whom he grew up with, is one of the many things friends and family will remember about him.

An accomplished athlete, at the age of 34, he took up the game of golf, at which he excelled. He took great pleasure in competing in tournaments with his friends, and in the occasional game of chance.

A strong, independent and intelligent man, he forged a successful career as a land developer and independent oil and gas investor. An entrepreneurial spirit, he is remembered by business associates and friends as, above all, a man of integrity and strongly held beliefs. He was also a lifelong member of First Presbyterian Church of Amarillo. The family is also very grateful to Phyllis Enloe, a dear family friend, and John Sawyer, his eldest nephew, for all of their constant love and care.

And, a special thank you to Sandy Battenfield for her devoted service and love to both Brenda and Buddy in their final years. He was preceded in death by his father, William Harris Wilson Sr.

He is also survived by his sister, Sandra Brown, of Rogers, Ark. He retired from the Highway Department after 25 years. He enjoyed riding motorcycles and was a member of Road Knights and Retreads motorcycle clubs. He had many hobbies, including building and flying RC airplanes and helicopters. John graduated from Colorado College with a major in Zoology.

Shortly after college he entered the U. Army and was Jump Captain with the 82nd Airborne stationed in Germany and other locations. He was multifaceted and had various jobs after his service, including pharmaceutical sales and retiring in the insurance industry. John was an avid reader, collector, trivia expert and woodworker.

John was a 32nd degree Mason in the Holland Lodge and a Shriner. John was married to his adoring wife, Mary Ann Speligene Wolff for 38 years. He is also survived by his daughter, Theresa L. He was preceded in death by his parents, John P.

Bud was raised on the family farm in Dexter and graduated from Dexter High School in He attended college at New Mexico Military Institute, where he graduated in the first four-year college class in After college, he was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant and served in the 2nd Armored Division in Germany.

While in Germany, he met Rosemary Anderson whom he married in In December , Bud was separated from active duty and assigned to the Army Reserve. After 32 years in the Army Reserve, he achieved the rank of full colonel.

Upon completion of his tour of duty in Germany, he returned to Dexter in December with Rosemary to join the family businesses. Bud and Rosemary operated the family businesses for nearly 62 years until her death in Bud then continued the family farming operation until his death.

Bud and Rosemary have two sons: Wortman and his wife Lynne of Longview, TX. Bud is also survived by one sister-in-law, Jean Wortman of Tucson, Arizona. Bud was a devoted husband and a loving and dedicated father to his two sons. He was a prominent citizen of Dexter and was passionate about his involvement in social and community activities that was demonstrated through his service in the New Mexico Masonic Organization where he became Grand Master in and his membership in the Shriners Organization and Rotary International.

Bud was committed to supporting the Dexter Public Schools where he served as a member on the School Board for multiple years and continued to mentor numerous school children for years thereafter. He was born Jan. He loved animals, land and his family, and was very much loved back by them all. Survivors include wife of 56 years, June Abbott of Medina; daughter, T. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Ricky Abbott.

Allison HS , age 84, passed away October 13, He was raised in San Antonio, Texas. He was a 4th generation lawyer, and with two 2 6th generation lawyers presently enrolled in law school. Guy had a great zest for life, and he enjoyed fishing, ranching, hunting, and world traveling.

He was born November 29, , in Springerville, Arizona. He was a Navy veteran. He worked there continuously from until his retirement in Bill enjoyed golf, loved his Longhorns, traveled the world and built an exceptional group of lifelong friends. He lived his life full of faith and with an undying love of God and his wife. A life well lived. He was at Serenity House in Santa Barbara, surrounded by his loving family. Dick was 88 years old and for six years has been battling cancer, congestive heart failure and COPD.

Dick was an outstanding athlete and participated in gymnastics, wrestling and played football. He was called into the U. In Dick became sole proprietor of Colorado Aero Tech, an aviation mechanics school. He grew that company into one of the largest and most successful aviation tech schools in the U.

He also acquired the land adjacent to the school. He had his own airplane and truly loved to fly. In he met the love of his life. They married in , and also renewed their vows to follow Christ and were happily married until his passing. In he sold the school and eventually the land when he retired. Immediately upon retirement he poured himself into Christian philanthropic activities. He served on many boards and committees of churches and of para-church organizations including, Harvest Foundation of Phoenix, that does world wide outreach, Mike Silva International, out of Portland, which practices evangelism primarily in Latin American Countries and Promise Keepers out of Denver and Boulder, to name a few.

He founded a matching program for prisoners with friends called Friends in Transition, it is now known as Friends of Youth in Denver, which he continued to support. He has a heart for the poor and downtrodden, here and abroad, and was driven to spread the life-changing message of the Gospel.

His witness for Christ continued until the very last day of his life. Dick Blair was preceded in death by his mother Lillian Blair, his brother Bob Blair and wife Pat, his precious daughter Cambia Blair, his son-in-law John Adkins and many more distant loved ones on both sides of the family. He is survived by his wife Jeannette Blair, his daughters Victoria K.

Half brother Joel Rosenkranz Janice and many more cousins nieces and nephews. Dale Carroll Cheesman, Jr. He then married his high school sweetheart and returned to UT to complete his remaining years of college. After graduating from college, he joined his father at Dale C. In , Dale Jr. He ran the company for over fifty years, coming to the office every day until his death. He loved his office family, especially his loyal and devoted manager Marilyn Faulkner.

Dale earned a strong reputation in business as a smart, successful and honest Oil Man. Dale was a pilot, a guitar player, and an avid fisherman and hunter, where he was known as a world class shot. He loved taking his family and friends down to south Texas for big hunting weekends, and to Lake Conroe and their Galveston bay house for boating and fishing weekends.

Martins Episcopal Church where he was a founding member. Dale sends his final salute to his many close friends, including the Old Geezers. The Cheesman family would like to express their gratitude to his devoted caregivers, Koko, Sophia, Trinika, Shanae and Bianca. Dale was preceded in death by his parents and sister Carolyn Cheesman Hippard.

Collard was born Nov. Robert Paul Creson, Jr. He married Daisy Jane Hill at St. He was born November 6, Enjoyed spending time with his family, flying, and giving advice. Was preceded in death by his parents, Jack and Mary Eichman. He was a retired pharmacist. He is survived by ex-wives: Norma Meyers and Theresa Eichman; companion: Gloria Kay Neiman; sons: Gregory Eichman, Christopher Eichman and William Eichman; four nieces; one nephew and two grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents and brother: Bob was born November 17, , in Roswell, NM. He married Patricia Fleck in Durango on December 27, Army Corp of Engineers during the Korean War. Bob was preceded in death by his daughter, Leigh Typer. They recently moved to Englewood. He was born Sept. He retired as a cattle rancher. He is preceded in death by his parents, sister, Jan Lewenthal and sister-in-law, Nancy Hine.

Graham was born Aug. June 25, he was married to Jeanne Sanders in Artesia. He moved to Artesia Dec. He served in the United States Air Force. He practiced law in torc for several years during the s, and was a member of the torc Volunteer Fire Department.

He was preceded in death by his parents. John and his older sister Doris grew up on a small farm at 56th and Lewis. It was here that John developed a keen imagination and a passion for the natural world and being outdoors. He spent his youth writing short stories, drawing and painting, and fishing in Joe Creek. Throughout his life he enjoyed the sport of fishing, which led to many memorable trips. John graduated from Will Rogers High School in , where he was a member of the tennis team and Treasurer of his senior class.

He went on to play tennis at New Mexico Military Institute his freshman year of college before transferring to Southern Methodist University.

During that time he attended SMU night law school. During retirement he enjoyed traveling with his wife, playing golf, and spending time with his grandchildren.

John was preceded in death by his sister, Doris Greenstreet Niemann, who passed away in He was born Thursday, Dec. Following graduation, Chuck joined the U. Navy and served during the Korean conflict. When he was younger, Chuck enjoyed playing softball, going to stock car races, watching sports on TV and was an avid Iowa Hawkeye fan. Heaston of Hedrick; a son, Charles D. Heaston of Hedrick; six grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.

He was preceded in death by his wife and his parents. He was born on December 23, in Houston, Texas. He joined the U. After moving to Santa Barbara, he and his father formed Santa Barbara Yachts where John designed and built custom yachts, which can still be recognized up and down the coasts. He made several long distance races to Mexico and Hawaii. In he married Deborah Wallace Haley. Wanting to design and manufacture safety equipment for boat engines, he purchased a small manufacturing company in Chula Vista, Calif..

He and Deborah at that time moved to Coronado, Calif. Upon retirement, he and Deborah moved to Palm Desert, Calif. John leaves his wife Deborah of 34 years, and three adored children by his first wife, Paige, Allison and Ashley. A daughter, Pamela, preceded him in death. In addition he leaves a sister, Connie Phillips, and two stepchildren whom he loved as his own, Kelsey and Kevin Haley. He also leaves four grandchildren-Wesley, Seandon, Allison and Jacob. There are many others to whom he was a father and grandfather figure to.

John was a strong, intelligent and loving man who was gracious and warm to everyone he came in contact with. Jim attended public school in Bartlesville until such time as the family moved to Tulsa. After graduation, he returned to Tulsa and enrolled at The University of Tulsa. Jim and Marian L. Black married on June 19, and thus began a 62 year courtship. After receiving an honorable discharge from the Army, he resumed this college career and graduated from The University of Tulsa with a BA in Business.

After a few years in the working world, Marian convinced him to go back to school and get his Law degree from The University of Tulsa. While Jim was going to night school Marian was at home raising their two small children, Cindy and Stephen. He then began working at Tidewater Oil Company which transferred him down to Houston in He then went to work for Occidental Petroleum Corporation, transferred over to Occidental Chemical Corporation in their legal department as General Counsel.

He traveled to Russia with Dr. Other business travels took him to Spain, Brazil, Libya and Venezuela negotiating contracts for chemical purchases. Jim was an avid golfer during his corporate years and later loved to play with his children and grandchildren.

Jim retired from the corporate world in After retiring he renewed his love for music and while still living in Houston, he was an active member of the Bayland Ukulele Group. There they started the Guadalupe Riverpickers, and enjoyed playing banjo, guitar and dulcimer music all over Texas at numerous music festivals, The group even hosted a Dulcimer Festival at the Red Roof Lutheran Church for two years, bringing in dulcimer players from all over the country to jam and give some lessons to anyone interested in learning to play.

The group continued to meet on a regular basis at their home to practice and learn new tunes to perform at the Texas Folklife Festival in San Antonio and the Boerne Christmas Parade.

His favorite meal was BBQ pork ribs with all the sides followed by homemade vanilla ice cream and Fredericksburg peaches on top. Lauren had served in the United States Coast Guard from to Lauren had lived the past 12 years in Yerington coming from California.

He enjoyed sailing very much and also loved playing the piano which he played beautifully. He began in the oil field as a roughneck, and retired in after work in seven countries, as Area Manager in the Middle East. He embraced the many cultures in which he lived, and gave his family the gift of adventure and travel which has forever enriched their lives.

Jack is survived by his wife, Johnalee of 57 years, sister, Carol, son, David and his wife Erin, daughter, Dodie, granddaughter, Hope Elizabeth, and grandson, Sean. He was a long time resident of San Francisco, who loved sports, especially football and the Forty-niners. Billy was the son of William and Haydee Jarvis. Billy attended Deming Public Schools up to the eighth grade in Deming. He also was an active member of the Army Reserves until Billy returned to Deming and helped his father in the family business.

He left Deming in when his father sold the business to Richard Sainz. He moved to San Francisco where he worked for many years in hotel and apartment management until his retirement from injuries he received during the last earthquake of San Francisco. Billy was a member of the Knights of Columbus of the Catholic faith.

He was a kind and loving father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. His family was very important to him. He was always willing to help and support any of his family members. He was preceded in death by his daughter Jeannie, his grandson William, his sister Concha, and his parents William and Haydee. He is survived by his twin daughters, Debbie and Judy, a son Michael and his youngest daughter Georgee. He is also survived by two great-grandsons, Jackson and Mason and many nieces and nephews.

David was born in Oklahoma City, the son of David C. He attended New Mexico Military Institute. He received a B. Four generations of the Johnston family have practiced law in Oklahoma, a fact of which he was very proud. David was nationally recognized in the field of Aviation Law. David leaves a wife, Karen who loved him dearly for 41 amazingly adventuresome years. David PaPa leaves his grand-children, all of whom brought great joy to his life: David was great at so many things.

Making unforgettable memories was his forte, for he loved to make fun things happen. He became a private pilot, holding commercial, multi-engine and instrument ratings.

Family ski trips to Breckenridge, were a favorite. He loved singing in the choir at St. He was a rancher, cowboy camp cook with all the cast iron a cook could want! Ed was born in Magnum Greer Co. In retirement he preceded to follow his love of painting.

He was a member of the Dallas chapter of the Artists and Craftsman Associated serving as their President in He is survived by his two sons and daughters-in-law: Ed will be laid to rest next to the love of his life Flo in Dallas.

The family would like to extend a special word of appreciation to the staff of Brookdale South San Angelo and the loving caregivers of Dianne Bass for the wonderful care extended to their father. And a heartfelt thank you to Kindred Hospice of San Angelo. John Culberth Jones, Jr. He served on various Grand Lodge Committees. He received his 50 year service award from the Grand Lodge of Texas in John was a 33rd degree Scottish Rite Mason and enjoyed 34 years of service as a trustee of the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children where he was a key member of the Finance Committee.

He was a mentor to many young Masons. John was a compassionate, loving man devoted to his family. John was preceded in death by his parents and infant grandson, James Cole Jones.

The family expresses their appreciation to the caring staff at Windcrest Nursing Home, Fredricksburg, Texas. Raymond was a true Southern gentleman and was loved by all who knew him.

He always had a story to tell and a twinkle in his beautiful blue eyes. He came to Lompoc in and was employed as a realtor with Hunter Prudential Real Estate until moving to Tucson in He enjoyed fishing, cooking on the bar-be-que, playing bridge and was an avid football fan. He died Thursday, August 24, at his home. Lewis was born to Otha E. He loved working on his 67 Mustang Convertible and being with the family dog.

Lieutenant Colonel William G. Lewis began his military career 31 May after being commissioned a second lieutenant through the ROTC program. Lewis was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife of 52 years Charlene Lewis of Burkburnett. And Charles Lewis and his wife Mitzi of Burkburnett. Laurin Purcell Marlow, Jr. Returning to Dallas, he graduated from S. From there he entered the Air Force, where he was a lieutenant for 5 years.

He was also very involved with the Salesmanship Club and a longstanding member of the Dallas Country Club. Larry and his wife, Patti, retired to Granbury Texas in , until he went on to be with our Lord and Savior on Fathers Day, with many family members gathered to celebrate his life.

Eight grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Dad will always be remembered for his love of sports, cooking, and fishing. John was born on January 10, in Clovis, New Mexico.

His parents were Jack and Alice Lawrence May. John married Suzanne Sue Hunger on September 22, John and Sue have lived in Fort Stockton for 60 years and have been deeply involved in a variety of local businesses and community activities. John was a loving and devoted family man, as well as a Landman, independent oil operator, rancher and horseman. He is also survived by 3 stepchildren, two grandchildren, two step grandchildren and numerous cousins.

Henry was born in Lynn, Massachusetts and when very young was brought out west by his parents ending up at the Ghost Ranch near Abiqui, New Mexico.

He served in Korea during the war where he took his rope to practice and teach other soldiers how to rope a dummy. He has been working his own cattle for over 50 years having had several ranches, the latest being Rancho Viejo on the south side of Santa Fe.

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