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After marrying, he moved his family to Los Angeles, California in and continued his music career as a successful sound engineer and record producer. In , Larry moved back to Littlefield to care for his parents and began a new venture as an author. He has written and published two books. Larry was a gifted creator of music and words. His sharp sense of humor, intelligence, and authenticity made him admired by many.
He lived by a strong sense of honesty and sincerity. He was preceded in death by his father; stepfather, Harley Bussanmas; stepbrother Jody Bussanmas; and sister, Lynn Bussanmas. A private celebration of his life will be held in May. During childhood, he traveled the globe with his parents and for school, becoming fluent in Spanish and French. Tim used his talents in speech and debate during his career in sales and consulting. Fanning was born in Elgin, Illinois in and moved with his family to Albuquerque in He was the son of the late Wallace A.
Fanning returned to Albuquerque to practice and met the love of his life, his wife Mary. In addition to Orthodontics, Dr. Fanning was passionate about waterfowl conservation and helped establish a chapter of Ducks Unlimited in New Mexico.
He loved the outdoors and spent many happy hours with good friends hunting and fly fishing. He loved people and took a genuine interest in everyone he met. He learned English very quickly at the Coronado schools. While attending the University of Munich, he unfortunately contracted tuberculosis and suffered severe lung damage. He worked for many years as a bartender and traveled in Europe and Australia.
He is predeceased by his father Ludwig Mocikat and his step-father Donald Renz of Coronado and his long-time love, Crystal. He is survived by his mother Lisa Renz, his half-brother Professor Dr. Ralph Mocikat of Munich, Germany and his 15 year old cat Charlie. After this graduation he was commissioned in the Army for two years as a 1st Lieutenant stationed at Fort Knox.
This placement was truly a wonderful experience for Ed and June while living in Ronan where customers and employees felt they were family. They then returned to live in Missoula to be closer to family. After the couple went their separate ways, Ed married June and loved and cherished her until her death in With this marriage came six adult step-children.
And these children had children; lots of children. Then came grandchildren and great-grandchildren. At this writing there is a total of 18 grandchildren and 42 great-grandchildren.
So he became Grandpa Ed. Also with the stepchildren came new experiences such as camping, riding motorcycles on forest trails, square dancing, playing cowboy polo, babysitting and spending oodles and oodles on these grandchildren and families creating Christmases extraordinaire!
What great times we had! Ed and mom opened their homes to this horde with loving arms. Preceding Ed in death are his parents James B. Ed loved the Lord Jesus Christ and we can imagine him and June dancing at the feet of Jesus in heaven. He loved you as another daughter. He was born in Chicago, IL, but from his elementary school days onward, spent most of his life in Madison. After returning to Madison, he worked for the State Testing Service on the UW-Madison campus, in the days when computers still occupied entire rooms and scoring machine-readable exams was an all-night affair.
He went on to a variety of positions in the wood industry, from cutting, splitting and delivering firewood to logging and sawmill management to selling large lots of veneer quality hardwood logs to European buyers.
He retired from active business life in the s, in large part due to the time he devoted to his parents in their final years, complicated by his own vision problems.
He was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis early this year and declined rapidly, particularly during his final six-day hospitalization. He is survived by his life partner of 34 years, Karen God shall and her family ; by his sister, Sarah H. David Gaines of St. Born in Pasadena, Calif. Survived by companion, Schatze Coleman of Vallejo, Calif. Graves was the captain of his high school football and basketball teams for 3 years.
He worked for the power and light company in Estes Park. He loved to ski and started skiing at Hidden Valley Ski Area in Graves moved to Copper Mountain in to become the ski school director. While living in Beaver Creek, he and his wife owned and operated a restaurant named Zambini.
At the Steamboat ski area, he was the director of instructors. He was a member of the Vail Ski Club for 5 years. He received the Golden Ski Award, is a lifetime achievement award given to top ski instructors. After his retirement from Monarch Ski Area, Mr. Graves became an avid golfer and spent much of his time at Salida Golf Course.
Graves won many golf awards. He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife Sharna Graves. Following a career as a coach, teacher, athletic director, special education director and principal in New Mexico, he returned to the classroom in Kerrville, coordinating and then teaching special education students at Tivy High School.
He retired in Vannie was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Vannie continued on to Eastern New Mexico University, playing on their varsity football teams from to Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity , and later receiving his Master of Education in Special Education there. He is survived by his wife, Paulette N.
Graves; his children, Tol A. Graves and Travis S. He was preceded in death by his parents, Mildred A. Surrounded by his devoted and loving family, Harry peacefully departed this life at the age of 65, December 23, , at 5: Harry was a good and honorable man, loved dearly by all who knew him like his father, Harry enjoyed listening to and telling a good story. He was also a faithful and loyal giver, generously donating too many charities and churches, and he treasured friends and family.
After moving to White Oak, Texas, in , Harry and Vicki joined 10 other families and helped pioneer Rose Heights Church of God in Longview, where Harry sang in the choir, taught Sunday school class and helped support and launch numerous benevolent programs Harry was a noted and respected petroleum consultant, working through Dan Blocker Petroleum Consultants of Longview.
Harry traveled extensively during his early career, touching down in Wyoming, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas and Nigeria. His most notable accomplishment, however, as he stated many times, was giving his life to Jesus Christ. Born in the British controlled area of Hong Kong as the son of missionaries, he resided in Putnam County since coming here from Signal Mountain, Tennessee.
Tyng graduated from the U. He had also played football with the Navy and with New Mexico Military Institute where he was a part of a national championship team. Tyng served in the U. Army Vietnam and with the Navy in Italy and France. One of his most memorable times in the Navy was his experience sailing on the Coast Guard Cutter, the Eagle, which was the largest tall ship sailing in the fleet.
A man of many talents, he was also an accomplished actor and singer and was a member of the Actors Guild. He was of the Episcopalian Faith. He was preceded in death by his parents, Charles A. Yes, he was a skier and no, he was not considering membership in the Church of Latter Day Saints…. Volney was born in San Francisco on November 28, and thrived in many of his favorite spots on earth: Volney worked in the Los Angeles television industry for many years, both as a film editor and as a producer.
With his wife, Andee, he spent years both as a wine grape grower and vintner in Sonoma Valley and selling and buying real estate in the North Bay. We all guess that since he had finally succeeded in driving his race car under 9 seconds in the quarter mile, he had accomplished everything he had always wanted to do….
He was a proud member of the Bohemian Club for over three decades and his number of friends who now mourn his passing could fill an old-fashioned Rolodex…. Many glasses of fine red wine will be hoisted in his name for more than a few years. He chose not to pursue treatment but to live to the fullest until it was time to leave. His acceptance of his fate, and his grace and courage in sharing himself with those who loved him was a remarkable example and an act of the deepest kind of generosity.
He was the beloved older brother of his sister Delane. As a young man, John married Jennifer Miller nee Thompson. Later in his life, John married Elizabeth Baker with whom he shared 28 happy years.
With all who knew him, John freely shared his love and positive outlook. He served as a sergeant in the reserve of the U.
Throughout his professional life-which included stints in banking, auto leasing and insurance-his extraordinarily engaging personality fueled his successes. For the past 26 years, he worked as an insurance agent helping his clients navigate the maze that is supplemental Medicare. An avid golfer and a TCU football fan, he enjoyed trips to Florida and Arizona with old friends for baseball spring training. John was a student of history and had a particularly keen interest in that of the American Southwest.
Meandering by car, he and Elizabeth enjoyed many wonderful trips throughout the southwest. He was born Aug. He was of the Lutheran faith, employed with Whirlpool and an Army veteran. He is survived by his wife, Linda, and a son, Ronnie Koepsell. He was a resident of Klamath Falls, Ore. Though born in Washington, D. He had a variety of life experiences, including time in the U. Navy, selling insurance, operating a Christian street ministry, building windmills, and ministering as a Salvation Army officer.
His calling as a pastor was his passion and through his work in Mojave, Calif. He was preceded in death by his brother Edwin John Martin. A natural music-maker and jokester, David would make a habit of bursting randomly into song or drumming out a complex beat on the kitchen counter. His favorite games were cribbage and dominoes, but he could be cajoled into nearly any game.
When he went fishing, he would bring a good detective novel instead of a fishing pole because that was the best part of fishing in his mind. John came in to this world on March 28, , in Corpus Christi, Texas. He graduated from Sinton High school, and spent two years at the New Mexico Military Institute, before transferring to the University of Texas, where he finished undergrad and received his law degree. He married Josephine Welder in July , and had two really amazing and exceptionally lovely children, Mary Catherine and George equally favored who will miss him.
His family considered him a modern renaissance man, engaging in multiple hobbies and interests varying from making hot air balloons to fossil hunting to brewing beer. Recent activities included growing orchids, bird watching, and memberships in the Sinton Rotary Club, the Bromeliad, Cactus and Succulent societies and serving on the Board of the Corpus Christi Botanical Gardens.
He is predeceased by his parents Hon. Miller Hilma and sister Margaret Moser. Numerous nephews and nieces of the Clanton, Hall, Knight, Moser, and Welder families remember him fondly. John was of a time and age that lost childhood friends to preventable diseases, which marked him. Herbie passed away at his home in Brownfield on Tuesday, May 13, , surrounded by his loving family.
He was born on June 9, , in Brownfield to A. He married Sharon Thomas on June 9, in Union. He was a pumper for over 30 years where he worked for Amoco, Fina, First Permian and then Energen Resources, retiring in The loves of his life were his grandkids, woodworking, ham radios, and horses. He was a member of Plains Baptist Church. The angels took Dean home to heaven on November 11, He was surrounded by his family, and left with a smile on his face. They were long time residents of Clayton, later moving around the southwest, they settled in Rio Rancho, NM in Dean was preceded in death by his mother, Dorothy and father, Rex as well as his brother, Patrick Michael, and sister Patricia Michelle.
He was born March 4, in Evanston, Illinois. His sister Lynn Ripley Willmarth died nine days after he died, April 5, He will be remembered by his family and close friends as a good guy possessing a playful sense of humor, and a good listener, a kind man who will be known as a gentleman evermore.
He volunteered in various organizations to help others by passing on life lessons through inspirational talks to those in emotional distress, including those that were incarcerated. Buzz was an avid runner, camper and hiker who loved the great outdoors of NM. He was an auto enthusiast and loved his two dogs Jazz and Marley. He passed along these passions to his children. He will be missed! He lived in Colorado, California, and then moved to Scottsdale, Arizona in Craig enjoyed football, baseball, and golf.
Forever a die-hard Denver Broncos and Sun Devils fan. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Sharon; his daughter, Kristine Steve ; his son, Kirk Edy ; as well as six grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Clarence and Ruth Wilson and his sisters, Phyllis and Joyce. Survived by his wife, Lou Ann; and his children, Scott and Kimberly, his step-children, Robert, Kimberly and Leslie, plus 6 grandchildren and 2 sisters, Betty and Clarice Glenn and nieces and nephews. He served in the U. Air Force and became a disabled veteran. Butch played basketball with the MN Rolling Gophers in his younger years as well as becoming an accomplished downhill skier with the Courage Alpine Skiers.
Butch enjoyed the horse races and loved music and travel. Rolland worked for many years in the auto parts business and later became a U. Postal Service employee — retiring some years ago. Business opportunities with the Burlington Northern Railroad led them to Wyoming where his love for the West was matched by his spirit of adventure. He was preceded in death by his parents, Heff and Barbara Abshier.
He served honorably in the Navy for two years and then continued to serve his country with the United States Postal Service in a career that lasted over 30 years. He is survived by two children, Patrick Martin Baird, Jr. He also leaves behind the love of his life, Diana Rue Baird, his spouse of over 33 years. He will be remembered fondly by extended family members and many friends.
Phillip was a third generation cotton farmer in Queen Creek. Phillip is survived by his daughter Cindy son-in-law Keith, his brother William and sister-in-law George Ann, his sister Jackie and brother-in-law Elliot, sister, Linda and numerous nieces and nephews. Phillip was also was a crop duster with a love of aviation and flying. Phillip will be forever soaring.
Preceded in death by his first wife Kathleen Leak Black. John was a Phoenix native. Bob was born in Emporia, KS, on Sept. He was the third of four children. At six weeks of age, he was train-bound to Albuquerque, NM, where he grew up and nurtured his lifelong love of big skies, desert vistas and spicy New Mexico green chili.
They married after a brief courtship and promptly settled in Los Angeles, where Bob attended Mortuary College. He went on to own and operate two other flower shops, a hardware store and several video stores.
He was a private pilot and enjoyed flying many trips for Newhall Land and Farming executives. Bob loved to fish and opened Lake Crowley many a year.
He will be remembered by all who knew him for his wonderful quick wit and Irish charm. Bob will be missed! Bob is survived by his wife, Nancy; daughters, P. He was born January 2, , and grew up in Houston.
He graduated from the University of Texas of Law in In he entered the private practice of criminal defense law. In the Texas Board of Legal Specialization certified him as a specialist in the field of criminal defense law. Bill loved the law and showed this by his memberships and chairmanships of many committees in local, state and federal legal organizations.
He was a member of the Houston Police Advisory Committee for several years, and he was an adjunct professor of criminal law at South Texas College of Law for seventeen years. Bill took great joy in his family. He is also remembered by his father Curtis H. His mother, Velma Ann Conradi Burge died in His many interest included classical symphonic and operatic music, ballet, screenplays and the visual arts, the study of archaeology, anthropology, history.
He was an enthusiastic supporter of the Democratic Party and his advice was sought by many candidates for public office. Callender grew up in Haynesville, Louisiana. Degree in Engineering and Geology. He then moved to Claiborne Parish, Louisiana where he consulted in the oil and gas industry as well as operating his cattle ranch. Callender is preceded in death by his parents, Guy and Mabel Callender.
He is survived by his loving wife of eighteen years, Klaudya, and his four sons James Reed Callender, Jr. Colvin was born Nov. He was a graduate of New Mexico Military Institute. He was in promotional advertising for 20 years before moving to Texas with his wife, Kay, where they owned and operated a deli sandwich shop in southeastern Texas. After moving to California, he attended Las Positas College, where he studied psychology and counseling skills.
He was preceded in death by his parents; a sister, Mary Jane Straub and a sister-in-law, Sherry Colvin. Carlos was born Jan. Carlos married Carol Zeigler on June 16, , in Artesia. She survives him at the family home. Soon after, he earned his CPA. He went to work for Allman and Evertson Accounting and eventually became a partner in Evertson and Associates. Carlos later went into private practice where he remained until at which time he became associated with the firm of Andrews, Smith, Lowery and Company.
Carlos served on several boards and committees and was a member of a number of organizations in the community through the years. He loved his family unconditionally and was a loving and compassionate friend. He served on numerous committees and boards both in Roswell, NM, and in Colorado.
He was a dedicated Rotary member and had over 22 years of perfect attendance. Dick enjoyed fishing, camping and hunting and was also an avid hobby woodworker, junk and antiques collector. Dick loved his family. Also surviving are his granddaughter Nakole and step-grandsons Ruger, Gatlen and Traceyn.
He is preceded in death by his parents and younger brother Mike. He was born to the late Thomas Q. Ray High School in Corpus Christi in Davidson enjoyed a long career in the life insurance industry before retiring in from USAA.
Tom was known for his smile, laughter, and giving back to his family and community. He was an active member of Concordia Lutheran Church where he served as an usher and participated in Bible studies and various other services. Additionally, he served as a Boy Scout Volunteer and ultimately became District Commissioner from — Tom loved outdoor activities including camping with and watching his sons play sports as well as restoring and rebuilding classic cars.
His latest years were spent substitute teaching at several area San Antonio High Schools due to his love of teaching and interacting with the students. He was born in Detroit, Michigan, and moved around a lot growing up, before settling in San Diego. This real-world experience served him well in his professional life as an accident investigator for the San Diego Police Department started in and, later, as co-founder of the company, American Professional Investigations Bob was an avid bicycling and soccer fan.
He generously volunteered his time coaching youth soccer for over ten years, and helped organize San Diego Velodrome Association events on a weekly basis. Bob truly loved life, and was constantly giving of his time and experience. He was an inspiration to a host of young people in the community, while living in University City for over 12 years. He is most fondly remembered by his two sons, Jim and Alan.
We all miss you, Bob! Bob served in the U. Ned was predeceased by Nancy, his beloved wife of 46 years, in , and by their youngest son, Peter, in He is survived by his three children and their families: Ned was many different things to many different people.
He lived life on his own terms, and derived enormous satisfaction from community involvement, as an active member in Seattle and Ballard Rotary, The United Way, Junior Achievement, and Ducks Unlimited. Ned was always ready to offer help and advice. Ned served as the president of FMF until selling it in Subsequently, he served on the Swedish Hospital Board of Trustees from James Cathedral, brought him special satisfaction, as did his involvement with the West Marine Pacific Cup, both as a race participant and a boat inspector.
He was preceded in death by his mother and father, A. James and Dorothy Gordon and brother James H. He is survived by his wife Connie, of the home and daughters Kelley R. Spencer of Wichita, Kansas. He treasured his friends, liked keeping company with the 7: He was a good husband and father and will be sorely missed. He is survived by his wife, Gloria; mother in-law Byrda; son, Billy; stepson, Terry; grandsons, Josh and Jacob; two granddaughters; two step children; three step grandchildren, Michael, Adam and Lesley; and a multitude of great friends.
Born in Allentown, Pa. The family often took trips to New York City to visit family, attend Broadway musicals and Yankee ballgames.
The family spent many vacations deep sea fishing in Acapulco and Zihuatanejo. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin. Henderson became a very successful sales district manager for two Fortune companies in Illinois. He was a talented and successful solo folk singer-guitarist of the early s. Henderson loved to sing the traditional songs of the railroad, depression era and the ordinary blue collar working man of the early s.
He took yet another adventure when he retired. He and his wife sailed down the rivers, from Illinois to Mobile, AL, where they settled in Henderson is survived by his wife, Monica. He had many interests in business, oil and gas, as well as finance and banking. He served in the United States Army, ending his service overseas as a 1st Lieutenant.
His surviving family includes Kyle and Marie Hooks, Kara and David Dillman, as well as five grandchildren, who he adored. Jerry was preceded in death by his parents, Wallace M. He served his country proudly for 20 years with the United States Air Force as a pilot and attained the rank of Major. While serving his country Jim saw action during two tours in Vietnam. After his retirement from the Military, Jim flew for America West Airlines for 12 years and retired as a captain in Jim has resided in Arizona for the past 64 years.
He loved astronomy and carpentry. His love for carpentry led him to build his home in Hereford where he has resided for the past 20 years. He also had a star named after him which is officially registered and located at RA In addition to his parents, James was predeceased by a stepson, Michael Avery, his beloved companions, Tigger, Callie, Boss, and Moxie.
Jim is survived by his wife Opal J. Ward Knowles; two sons, Kurt J. Knowles Sandee and James W. Knowles Yvette ; a stepdaughter, Teresa R. Gauthier and Kayla Knowles. There are no visiting hours. He ranched most of his life west of Dilley, Texas and for many years was an air conditioning contractor in San Antonio. Surviving is his love of his life, his wife of 45 years, Patricia.
He was a retired resident of Morro Bay on the California central coast. He was born on May 12, , at St. He was reared in Dexter, graduating as valedictorian from Dexter High in , where his father was the long serving high school math teacher and basketball coach and his mother the librarian. He taught high school math for a year in Espanola, NM, then moved to Oakland, CA, where he worked for a decade at Kaiser as a financial analyst.
It was through their interest in wine that he met his wife, Sylvia Jordan, when they were attending an enology class at the local college in Los Gatos. He and Sylvia moved to Santa Fe, where he continued his wine marketing throughout west and central US, with his son, Stillman operating the winery and taking over the duties of wine maker.
Sylvia was a teacher for the Santa Fe schools and they designed and built a home in the Cerrillos area. Several years ago, they returned to California to be near their son and grandchildren.
Dan is survived and mourned by Sylvia, their son, Stillman and their adult grandchildren: He was preceded in death by his older brother, Don Lewis; his brother Wallace Reinecke; his mother and father and step-mother, Opal Reinecke Lewis.
His fighting spirit and tenacious personality will be remembered by everyone who knew and loved him. He will be dearly missed. Heidii Vogue, and Shawn Vogue and his faithful companion, Lucky. He was born Dec. After serving in the Coast Guard, he settled in Santa Fe, in where he worked in real estate.
Maurice founded the Libertarian Party of New Mexico in which he was politically active his entire adult life. He was staunch supporter of American Indian Art and an avid collector. He will be sorely missed by all who knew him and will remain in our hearts forever. He was born July 25, , in Socorro, New Mexico. Pat was involved in farming and the oil and gas industry.
He retired as a land and ranch appraiser. Pat was preceded in death by his parents, John and Raye McGregor. Tom was awarded the Bronze Star while serving as a dentist in the U. Air Force in Vietnam. After receiving an honorable discharge he opened a dental practice in Albuquerque. He has been recognized as a pioneer for his work on sleep disorders and held four patents for dental appliances to treat obstructive sleep apnea and snoring.
Tom was also known for his love of old cars and travel. His life was also deeply touched by so many others, especially Deborah Mann; the Eylicio family: Tom was preceded in death by his father, Frank; his mother, Viola; and his brother, George. From the top of a cedar hill in the West Pasture, the headquarters can be seen down in the valley near the Dutch Woman Draw. This past November, doctors informed Hal that he has a short time left to live. This sunrise, or the next, you feel like he is going to back up his white truck from under the carport for a final run to pump his stripper wells, go by his shearing operation to check his counts, and end up in Mertzon eating lunch with a friend.
Hal was born in San Angelo, Texas, on July 28, He attended New Mexico Military Institute. Hal left the ranch for several years when he joined the army. During his time in the military, he was stationed at Kaiserslautern, Germany, as an officer with the 3rd armored cavalry.
He was very proud of the time he spent improving the firearm proficiency of his fellow soldiers, including one young man who later sent Hal a note that this instruction allowed this man to return from the war alive. Hal left the military and returned to the ranch in When his father died in , Hal became the 3rd generation to manage the 7h ranch. Hal was very active in range management and was profiled in Time Magazine in During his tenure, the ranch was best known for the Maine-Anjou cattle, fine wool Rambouillet sheep and Angora goats.
Hal was also interested in oil and gas. He started a partnership, irioncorp, and had a successful oil and gas production company operating wells in Irion County. Orville was born on Sept. Born in Orange County, Mr. Parker retired from Hunter Douglas.
Jerry graduated from Artesia High School in They resided in Roswell, N. Moving to Midland, T. In they purchased Town House in Artesia and operated it until it was sold December 31, He was preceded in death by his parents Cliff and Oleta Plattor. Honorary pall-bearers will be his grandsons J.
His health had been on a steady decline in recent years. Although ailing, he remained active in his many interests right to the end. He will be most remembered as a man of principle, who loved his family above all else. Anybody who knew him recognized him to be an extremely willful and intelligent man. He was also a sensitive and perceptive artist, a fly-fisherman, a lifelong mason, and a man of his word.
Thank you to all for your love and support. He grew up and attended schools in the area and graduated from Idaho Falls High School in Together they raised three children: Janie, David, and Lynett. He was an excellent businessman, was involved in Rotary Club and in the Elks Club. He also helped to develop the commercial area around Lindsey Boulevard. Jim enjoyed woodworking, fishing, photography, flying planes, skiing, welding, being in the outdoors, and was an avid golfer.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Jean; and son, David Westergard. He had a quick wit and a generous soul. He will be missed. Rusty was born October 13, in Kansas City, Mo. He spent a semester abroad in Aix en Provence, France while attending Vanderbilt University, from which he graduated in , and he graduated from Columbia Law School in Rusty is survived by his wife of 38 years, George Ann Yotter Wilson.
During their careers, George Ann and Rusty traveled throughout the southeastern United States for her work and his. He is also survived by eight grandchildren: He graduated from Menominee high school in College Championship in In the fall of , Fritz began teaching and coaching football at Goodrich.
He would teach for 42 years at Goodrich High School, retiring in Fritz coached football at Goodrich for 47 years, as well as coaching 3 years at Grand Blanc, and 1 year at Swartz Creek. Fritz was a longstanding member of the Goodrich United Methodist Church.
He enjoyed vacationing with his family, golfing, and reading historical literature. After putting up a valiant fight against cancer, Dave left his earthly body to find eternal rest in the loving arms of his Savior.
He proudly served as an officer in the U. Navy from — He married Linda Martin in Dave began his own business, Anderson Air Conditioning, Inc. Dave was a well-respected business owner and mentor to many as well as an active member in his community and church. Dave enjoyed many things among them: Dave was a principled and loving father and grandfather who served as the ultimate role model to the entire family. Though his loss is greatly felt here on earth, comfort is taken in the fact that he is with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
He was born on November 16, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. At the time of death, he resided in Shawnee, Oklahoma and had also lived in Germany and Korea while serving in the military. His primary employment was in the United States Army and Army Reserves, from which he retired in David enjoyed hunting, fishing and shooting sports, and competed in the International Defensive Pistol Association events.
He was a lifetime member of the NRA. His leisure-time passion was gold prospecting, which he pursued throughout the U. He was a member of the Gold Prospectors Association of America. David was well known for his wit and dry sense of humor and was well-liked in a variety of social circles. He was awarded a Ph.
In Anthropology by the University of Hawaii for his three-year study of early childhood development amongst peripatetic artisans and entertainers gypsies in the Punjab of northeast Pakistan.
Berland was a noted educator, writer and lecturer. He was variously affiliated with Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. In Henderson County, he is remembered for helping delay the locally mandated closing of small but successful country schools, most notably Hebbardsville.
John was born Feb. John served in the United States Air Force from to when he was honorably discharged. He then attended Southern Illinois University and graduated with a degree in dental technology. John was a certified dental technician and was the owner of Brady Crown and Bridge Dental Laboratory.
John was an avid sportsman, who loved to fish and duck hunt. He was preceded in death by his parents and his daughter, Jean Colleen Brady. They were nearing their 50th anniversary. Brown was born Dec. Because of his strong love of mountains, they settled in Flagstaff in Gore, and prior to retirement had been an educator with the Flagstaff Public Schools. His love of learning encompassed many subjects and he was a naturally gifted teacher in the sciences and math.
He was a lifelong member of the Episcopal Church, serving as an altar boy at age Brown was a great student of history, with a special interest in the Civil War. Growing up, his interest in sports included Western saddle horseback riding, expert level figure skating, Alpine skiing and hiking the Grand Canyon with the Prairie Trek.
He and his family shared a great love of all kinds of music, especially classical and folk. He played the guitar and loved to dance. Brown was a great animal lover and especially intrigued with the endless variety of dogs, birds, fish and reptiles. He and Rita had spent many years rescuing abandoned cats in their neighborhood.
He was born in Lindsay on Oct. Burford are set for 2 p. Wednesday at First Baptist Church, S. Lavonn Brown and Pastor Randy Allen officiating. They had three sons. In , Len and his family moved from Lindsay to Norman. He was also a member and past president of the Amateur Trapshooting Association and of the Oklahoma Trapshooting Association. He enjoyed quail hunting with his friends and family, flying, competitive shooting, golf, barbecuing, watching his Irish terrier, Kate, win shows, and being with his grandchildren and family.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Earl and Faye Burford. He is preceded in death by his parents, Mr. Milton Clark, brother, Milton, Jr. Clark and brother, Douglas Clark. He is survived by his brother, Ed Clark. He was a contractor and builder of homes and apartments. He became a successful real estate investor and land developer.
He was highly respected and loved by the business community. He lived a life full of excitement and adventure.
He was a hot air and helium balloonist. In he was one of the four man crew to accomplish the 1st transpacific balloon crossing in the Double Eagle V.
He loved to travel, laugh, and eat good food, ski and ride rollercoasters with his children and grandchildren. Most important, he was married to the love of his life, Shirley M. Clark for over 51 years; He was an amazing father to son, Ronald M. Clark and wife, Sherry; son, Scott B.
Clark and wife, Pamela; and daughter, Christie L. Humphrey and husband, Ron; The pride and joy of his life were his eight grandchildren: Ron Clark lived life to the fullest and he loved the Lord, his friends and his family with all his heart. Services will be held Friday, October 1, , 1: Interment will follow at Gate of Heaven Cemetery. He moved to Albuquerque, and graduated from Highland High in In he moved to Hamilton, TX where he retired and lived for 15 years.
They welcomed two beautiful daughters Kimberly and Amy. Woody had a passion for golfing, fishing, bowling, the Dallas Cowboys and spending time with his family and friends. His humor, singing and dancing gave joy to all. His grandchildren Breely, Jack, Hannah and Carlee completed his life to its fullest.
He was preceded in death by his parents Woodrow and Onieta Clemmons. The eldest of six children to Agnes and Herbert, Lee was raised in a modest two-bedroom bungalow where Lee attended school and was captain of the football team at El Segundo High. Army basic training, Ranger and Airborne schools, 2nd Lt. Lee Dodson was sent to Mainz, Germany where he became the officer in charge of the football and wrestling teams for the Army 8th Division.
During his tour in Germany he met Marion. They were married in Basil, Switzerland in Later Lee and Marion moved back to California where Lee became a mortgage banker.
In April , his son Eric was born and then came his daughters Katrina and Jolene. Lee knew that athletic scholarships helped him early in life, and put his effort into establishing an annual LEDO Financial Golf Tournament to benefit various athletic programs. It later became known as the YMCA Golf Classic and over the years generated over two million dollars to help support athletic programs and children in the community.
Lee Dodson is survived by his wife of 44 years Marion, his son Eric, daughters Katrina and Jolene, his daughter-in-law Sarah and two granddaughters Amanda and Melody. Lee was 69 the same number as his UCLA football uniform , when he passed away peacefully on June 27th, Charles, known to friends as Charlie, was a native Austinite.
Charles loved life and lived it to the fullest. He loved his wife and family, pets, and many friends. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him. Edwards served in the U. Army during the Korean War. He worked for Smith, Kline and French as a pharmaceutical representative with a vast territory where he spent a lot of time on the road.
He passed away suddenly on September 8, Roy attended school in Duncanville from 1st through 10th grades and graduated from New Mexico Military Institute in After graduation he joined the US Navy. He retired from Exxon Mobile in after 34 years of service where he met and created many enduring and wonderful friendships.
After retirement, he served on the Ellis County Appraisal Review Board and was currently serving as Chairman for the third year. Roy believed in and loved his God and country first and foremost. He was a lifelong member of the First United Methodist Church of Duncanville where he had many dear friends who he had known and loved since childhood. He was preceded in death by his sister-in-law, Mildred Paskind.
Jerry was a communicant of St. Other survivors include numerous nieces, nephews and friends. He passed peacefully in the hospital from complications with pneumonia. A native to the Bay Area, Robert was born and raised in the Piedmont area of Oakland until his family moved to Woodside. Robert and his wife Penelope spent the majority of their lives together in Los Altos prior to their recent move to Santa Rosa.
Robert was an active member of the Los Altos Village Association. Francis Yacht Club for 41 years. He loved his Bernese Mountain dogs and always enjoyed great conversation, a good meal and fine wine with his friends and family. He loved his wife and children very much. Those that know him well would know that a part of him never truly grew up. He identified well with and loved the times he spent with his grandchildren and anyone who still has a bit of child left in them.
His kindness and enjoyment of life has touched us all. Following his Air Force career, Denis was an executive in the cable television industry. He was 70 years old. His grandfather, William Kennon Henderson, Jr. Bill loved all manner of outdoor sports but was most passionate about fishing and golf.
Eight grandchildren also survive Bill. David Jarrell, USA Ret passed away peacefully in Boerne, Texas, surrounded by his family, two days before his 78th birthday and was immediately whisked into the presence of God.
David was born in Temple, Texas, to the late Dr. Jarrell and Nannette Kahn Jarrell on March 22, In , David transferred to the University of Texas in Austin. During a much anticipated first fraternity-sorority party of the year, he met his wife-to-be, Faye Ellis, and they were soon engaged and then married in David earned his undergraduate degree in psychology at the Univ.
In he was commissioned as a Second Lt. Their first duty station was in Hawaii where their first son, Scott, was born. David proudly served his country for twenty five years. Retiring and moving to the Hill Country was a dream which came true for David and Faye. He particularly enjoyed serving on teams for Walk to Emmaus. David found many ways to serve God: David is survived by his wife of 55 years, Faye, two loving sons: Tom was born Aug.
He was the son of the late Ed and Maxine Jeffery. Tom was raised in Olney. He served his country in the U. Army for three years. He also served on the Fort Worth and Arlington police forces. Knight and Irene Monroe Knight. Dewey was a businessman and a Master Mechanic. He went to school in El Paso, TX. He was preceded in death by his parents; and brothers, Jackie and Tommy Knight.
As a heart transplant recipient of eighteen years, Edward lived a full and rewarding life. After his transplant, he continued his work as the Economic Development Director in Weslaco, Texas for eleven years. He was preceded in death by his parents, Olga and Herman Koplan. He is survived by his wife, Jeanne Ann; children, Arlene B. Surviving are his wife, Myran; daughter, Julia Sheppard; sons, Patrick and Devery Patterson; seven grandchildren; and a great-grandson.
He had a long successful career in mechanical engineering consulting sales and became the best of friends with his colleagues and clients. Perry was an outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing, scuba diving, skiing both on the water and in the snow , and mountain climbing. Perry will be remembered for the loving husband, father and grandfather he was, and that his favorite time of the year was every August when he spent time with his loving family at Estes Park in Colorado.
He was a U. It certainly did in the s and early s, when being able to boast a course from a top-tier architect added zeros to the end of house prices, swelled initiation fees and dues, and drove up the number of rounds played.
But does the designer matter as much today? But once the first two communities were on the map, the management team decided that if they wanted to keep moving up in the world, they would need to sign more prominent names.
So they added courses by Nicklaus, Fazio, and Player. According to Smith, people took notice. It reflected well on other aspects of the Cliffs—the homes and amenities. It meant we were able to sell lots and houses for significantly more than we had before, and they sold a lot quicker, too. Nicklaus, who has dozens of highly acclaimed residential designs to his credit, says a major element of his thinking when building for a developer is what the owner will see from their home.
We are very aware of that on every hole and every job. Lande quickly became confident Kidd was the right man to build him a course that would appeal to potential homebuyers.
In fact, last year Lande told a local newspaper that there was a period when Fazio and Nicklaus were the kings of course design. Another crucial figure is the course superintendent, who, says Kidd, can make the architect look better than he probably is.
Bobby Weed, designer of Spanish Oaks in Bee Cave, Texas, plus a number of TPC courses, adds that a successful residential course has to be both well designed and well maintained. Before Thompson took over, Forest Dunes had been a private club with fewer than 70 members and 8, rounds a year.
Thompson opened it to the public, built a room lodge, and began adding housing lots there are now And members would come for the day then leave. Thompson knew if his fledgling resort was to flourish, it needed a second course. So he contacted Tom Doak, not only considered one of the best architects in the world but also fairly local, living in Traverse City, just 65 miles away.
Doak suggested doing something radically different—making the new course reversible—and convinced Thompson it was a risk worth taking. Chuck Lande knows the value of a good course architect, too. Much has changed since the start of the 21st century. But one key factor remains: When it comes to golf course architecture, big names still lead to big sales. Yes, this 8,acre, member-owned community set against the Continental Mountains is about as golf-centric as it gets.
Thirty years ago, Los Cabos was a sleepy town at the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula known, if at all, primarily for sport fishing. It was around then that Jack Nicklaus visited Mexico for the first time, to build what would be the first of his six courses in the region and eventually more than 20 across the country.
The course starts next to the beachfront clubhouse and immediately begins climbing the seaside cliffs. At the dramatic 5th hole shown at left , which hugs the coast hundreds of feet above the waves, sits the first of two comfort stations. The cliffside holes are justifiably the most famous and photographed, but for fun and strategy, I like what Jack did in the land set a little ways back from the sea. The double-dogleg, par-five 12th is memorable from first shot to last, the tee shot, layup, and approach all requiring risk-reward decisions as the hole zigs and zags downhill back to the cliffs.
The closest property is Pueblo Bonito Pacifica, an oceanfront resort that recently opened The Towers at Pacifica, a five-star luxury retreat overlooking the ocean and offering hour butler service. There are also beachside pools, a choice of restaurants, fishing, a spa, and other amenities, all of which are succeeding in attracting guests and golfers from around the world. I recently learned that Quivira is talking seriously about adding a second course, likely also from Nicklaus, as well as another clubhouse.
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