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FUNERAL SERVICES AND MEMORIALS.

6500 Obits

Rivera Family Mortuaries

Santa Fe Santa Fe, city, Argentina
Santa Fe, city (1991 pop. 341,000), capital of Santa Fe prov., NE Argentina, a river port near the Paraná, with which it is connected by canal.
 ~ Espanola ~ Taos

The Rivera Family of

Santa Fe Funeral Options

(505) 989-7032

Natalie Segura, 79,

of Santa Fe,

Passed Away June 20, 2009

Jane Chavez, 93,

of Cochiti Pueblo,

Passed Away June 19, 2009

William Darkey, 88,

of Santa Fe,

Passed Away June 22, 2009

Lois Hagen, 91,

of Santa Fe,

Passed Away June 23, 2009

Ike Vigil, 76,

of Santa Fe,

Passed Away June 23, 2009

Ruben Romero, 52,

of Santa Fe,

Passed Away June 23, 2009

The Rivera Family of

Rivera Hanlon Funeral Home

(575) 758-3841

Eloy Daniel Archuleta, 29,

of Des Montes mon·tes  
n.
Plural of mons.
,

Passed Away June 20, 2009

Larry M. Friday, 74,

of Taos,

Passed Away June 23, 2009

The Rivera Family of

Block-Salazar Mortuary

(505) 753-2288

Juanita B. Archuleta, 81,

of Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, city, United States
Santa Cruz (săn`tə krz), city (1990 pop. 49,040), seat of Santa Cruz co., W Calif., on the north shore of Monterey Bay; inc. 1866.
,

Passed Away June 24, 2009

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DeVargas Funeral

Home & Crematory cre·ma·to·ry  
n. pl. cre·ma·to·ries
A crematorium.

adj.
Of or relating to cremation.


crematorium, crematory
a place where cremations are done.
 

Jimmy Ortiz Jr., 38, of Espanola passed away June 25, 2009.

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MADELAINE "PAT" MORRIS LOWE LOWE Lowell National Historic Park (US National Park Service)  

12/30/1920 - 06/11/2009

Pat was born in Waterloo, NY, but was raised in Chicago, IL. After graduation from high school she attended Northwestern University Northwestern University, mainly at Evanston, Ill.; coeducational; chartered 1851, opened 1855 by Methodists. In 1873 it absorbed Evanston College for Ladies.  School of Nursing where she received her BS and RN Diplomas. She married her childhood sweetheart, Charles "Chuck" Lowe in 1943. After WWII WWII
abbr.
World War II


WWII World War Two
, Pat was a public health Nurse in inner city Boston. Pat and Chuck moved to Buffalo, NY where Pat earned a Masters Degree of Education. She worked as a counselor in the public schools of south Florida for many years prior to joining her husband's medical practice. In 1989, Pat and Chuck retired permanently to Santa Fe. In addition to being a dedicated professional woman as well as wife and mother, Pat was an avid horsewoman and dog lover.

Pat was preceded in death by her husband, Chuck, on March 1, 2009.

She is survived by her daughter, Diane Lowe Robbins Thompson; son-in-law, Allen Thompson; grandson, Ian Charles Robbins; brother, George Morris George Morris may refer to:
  • George Hoey Morris, author of Virginbride.net, confiscated by law enforcement http://www.poe-news.com/stories.php?poeurlid=33004
  • George Morris, actor http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0606549/
  • George H.
; nieces: Lisa Wendell, Caroline Fields; nephews: David Rehe, Greg Rehe, George Morris Jr., Geoff Morris, Greg Morris, Wendy Lane Henry; and her beloved dog, Nate.

Donations made in Pat's memory to an animal shelter "Dog Pound" redirects here. For the rap group, see Tha Dogg Pound.

An animal shelter is a facility that houses homeless, lost or abandoned animals; primarily a large variety of dogs and cats.
 would be much appreciated.

Services are still pending.

Arrangements are under the direction of

Berardinelli Family Funeral Service funeral service nmisa de cuerpo presente

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1399 Luisa Street

Santa Fe, NM 87505

(505) 984-8600

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NATALIE SEGURA

The Family of Natalie Segura would like to thank all those that offered great help, support and comfort in our time of sorrow: family, friends, Santa Maria Santa Maria, city, Brazil
Santa Maria (sän`tə mərē`ə), city (1991 pop. 217,592), Rio Grande do Sul state, S Brazil. It is a major railroad terminus and the site of an important military base.
 De La Paz La Paz, city, Bolivia
La Paz (lä päs), city (1992 pop. 713,378), W Bolivia, administrative capital (since 1898) and largest city of Bolivia. The legal capital is Sucre.
 Parish and Santa Fe Funeral Options. We would also like to thank the Santa Fe County Sheriff's Department and Police Department for the escort to the cemetery, Margaret Dubois and the FOP for the meal and a chance to gather for a celebration of Natalie's life. Thank you, too, to Doris and Charlene for the beautiful music.

We are forever grateful to each and everyone of you God Bless You All

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6501 Obit OBIT. That particular solemnity or office for the dead, which the Roman Catholic church appoints to be read or performed over the body of a deceased member of that communion before interment; also the office which, upon the anniversary of his death, was frequently used as a commemoration  Legacy

ANTONIO B. MARTINEZ

1947-2007

Daddy, It seems like a lifetime since we said goodbye. You sent us an angel so we won't be sad. I know you are with me, and it is through your strength I am able to achieve. The girls send their love and the baby his smiles. We all miss you and are grateful for the time we shared.

I LOVE YOU

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DAVID MAXWELL David Maxwell may refer to:
  • David Maxwell (academic)
  • David Maxwell Fyfe, 1st Earl of Kilmuir
  • David Maxwell (rower)
  • David Farrow Maxwell
 BARTON

Age 86, passed away peacefully at his home in La Puebla, NM on Saturday, June 20th, 2009.

He was born in Oberlin, Ohio Oberlin is a city in Lorain County, Ohio, United States, to the south and west of Cleveland. Oberlin is perhaps best known for being the home of Oberlin College, a liberal arts college and music conservatory with approximately 3,000 students.  to Louis Arthur Barton Arthur Barton (September 30, 1874 — January 19, 1949) was an English cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman who played for Derbyshire during the 1901 season. Barton was born in Ilkeston and died in Ealing.  and Mary Whipple Barton on July 19th, 1922. He grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana, attending Centenary College Centenary College can refer to:
  • Centenary College of New Jersey, a private college located in Hackettstown, New Jersey.
  • Centenary College of Louisiana, a private college in Shreveport, Louisiana.
 where he majored in Physics, graduating Magna Cum Laude cum lau·de  
adv. & adj.
With honor. Used to express academic distinction: graduated cum laude; 25 cum laude graduates.
 in 1943. Dave then attended Georgia Tech. where he received a Masters of Science in Physics.

During the Second World War, while pursuing additional graduate studies in Nuclear Physics at the University of Michigan (body, education) University of Michigan - A large cosmopolitan university in the Midwest USA. Over 50000 students are enrolled at the University of Michigan's three campuses. The students come from 50 states and over 100 foreign countries. , Dave was about to join the army, when one of his professors recommended him for the Manhattan Project Manhattan Project, the wartime effort to design and build the first nuclear weapons (atomic bombs). With the discovery of fission in 1939, it became clear to scientists that certain radioactive materials could be used to make a bomb of unprecented power. U.S. , which was just starting up in Los Alamos. He accepted the position and worked at Los Alamos during the war years from 1944 to 1945, witnessing the detonation of the first atomic device at Trinity Site, near Alamogordo, NM.

After the War, he pursued additional graduate studies at the University of Washington where he met Lydia Pope, with whom he shared a love of tennis. They were married in Lake Forest, Illinois Lake Forest is a city in Lake County, Illinois, United States. The population was 20,059 at the 2000 census. The city is south of Waukegan, Illinois, on the shore of Lake Michigan, and is a part of the Chicago metropolitan area and the North Shore.  on December 31, 1949. Dave and Lydia moved to Los Alamos where he resumed work at Los Alamos National Laboratories until his retirement.

Along with his love for tennis, Dave was also an avid fly fisherman, an interest first encouraged by, and shared with, his father, who introduced him to fishing in New Mexico in the 30's. This brought on a lifelong love of the outdoors.

Dave is survived by his wife Lydia; his three children; Mary Barton Harwood, David Pope Barton and John Whipple Barton; their spouses; and his 7 grandchildren. Dave's family will hold a private memorial.

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F. Ruth Capron

December 8, 1912

June 28, 1992

She will always be remembered as a smart, witty and honest woman. She was a devoted mother and a good friend. She moved to New Mexico with her family in 1957 and lived in Pojoaque for 10 years. She moved to Santa Fe and lived on Taos Highway until her retirement from LANL LANL - Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM, USA. . She worked in Los Alamos at CNC-4 for over 20 years. She loved to fish the Chama River, having dinner at El Nido, going to Las Vegas and always commented on how fortunate she was to have such dear friends. She always looked forward to having her Zozobra party every year....and everyone else did too

You had a heart of gold Mom

We Miss You

Every day

As you always said "who has more fun than people?"

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IKE T. VIGIL

Born July 6, 1932, passed away surrounded by family and friends on June 23, 2009.

Funeral Mass will be held Monday, June 29, 2009 at 12:30 pm at Santa Maria de la Paz. Burial will follow at the National Cemetery at 2:30 pm.

The Rivera Family of

Santa Fe Funeral Options

417 East Rodeo Road

Santa Fe, NM 87505

(505) 989-7032

Santafefuneraloption.com

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ISABEL Isabel, 1846–1921, princess imperial of Brazil; eldest daughter of Pedro II. She acted as regent in her father's absence. Her marriage to the comte d'Eu added to her own unpopularity and probably contributed to the growing republican sentiment of her time.  GUTIERREZ

1920 - 2009

She is also known as Bell to coworkers, Isy to many, and Belly to young children. Never married or had children by choice. Is survived by her constant companions, half sister, Marylinda and half brother, Amado Gutierrez and were fondly called by family and friends the "Three Kids."

Isabel was a student and border at Loretto Academy. Worked as clerk in her parent's bakery (Gutierrez Bakery) for 35 years, retired, couldn't stay retired. Went back to one of her biggest joys in that she had a heart of gold was to wait on and serve the public, four years with Julie Kaune and then 15 years with St. Vincent's Hospital Hospital:
  • St. Vincent's Hospital, Birmingham, Alabama
  • St. Vincent's Hospital, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • St. Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
  • St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney, Australia
  • St. Vincent's Hospital, New York City
  • St.
 where she was "Employee of the Year" with a 2 page spread in the Santa Fe Reporter.

Also survived by sister, Nashie Lujan and half sister Kathering Wallace; Brother Frank Gutierrez and half brother Joseph V. Gutierrez and other relatives.

Special thanks to Open Hands for their wonderful care of Isabel two days a week.

Donations may be made to Open Hands, 2976 Rodeo Park Drive, Santa Fe, NM 87505

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VALENTIN A. MONTANO

08/20/1938 - 06/26/2009

Valentin passed away peacefully at home with his loving family by his side.

He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Filomeno and Rosito Montano; his siblings: Maria Romero, Annie Roybal, Toni Olguin, Carlos Montano, Gilbert Montano, Waldo Montano.

He is survived by his children: Roland (Edi), Carmella, Tomas (Gilda), Michael, Freddy (Trisha), Matias (Phyllis); his grandchildren: Valerie (Matt) Hayas, Stephen (Leah) Montoya, Chris (Nicole) Montoya, Jolene, Philip, Ceasar, Samantha, Jared Montano; great grandchildren: Jolee Archibeque, Carlos Romero-Montoya, Stephen Montoya, and Matthew Hayas; his brothers and sisters: Margie (Gilbert) Garcia, Wilma (Joe) Salazar, Carolina Martinez, Tessie Baca, Raymond Montano; and brother-in-law, Manuel Olguin.

Valentin served in the United States Army United States Army

Major branch of the U.S. military forces, charged with preserving peace and security and defending the nation. The first regular U.S. fighting force, the Continental Army, was organized by the Continental Congress on June 14, 1775, to supplement local
 from 1960 to 1965 as a Military Police Officer. He was employed with the Santa Fe Public Schools and retired from the State of New Mexico in 1997 with the State Legislative Maintenance Department. He was a very dedicated employee and had a passion for Carpentry. He was also a member of the Fiesta Council in the mid 1970's.

He spent countless hours with his family and friends, working on their various home projects. He enjoyed watching the Dallas Cowboys and especially loved watching his sons, grandsons, grand daughters, great grandsons, nephews, and nieces play athletics.

Serving as Pallbearers are: Ceasar Montano, Chris Montoya, Philip Montano, Jared Montano, John Montano, Matt Hayas and Stephen Montoya. Honorary Pallbearers will be: Dan Chavez, Jeff Garcia, Jody Garcia, Andy Martinez and Johnathan Montano.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Cancer Institute of New Mexico Foundation, 490 W. Zia Road #A, Santa Fe, NM 87505, (505) 955-7900 on behalf of Mr. Valentin Montano.

A Visitation will be held Tuesday, June 30, 2009, from 3 to 5 p.m. at Berardinelli Family Chapel. A Rosary will be recited Tuesday, June 30, 2009, 7 p.m. at St. Anne Catholic Church. A Mass will be celebrated Wednesday, July 1, 2009, 10 a.m. at St. Anne Catholic Church with interment to follow at the Santa Fe National Cemetery Santa Fe National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery in the city of Santa Fe, in Santa Fe County, New Mexico. It encompasses 78.6 acres, and as of the end of 2005, had 39,695 interments. It is one of only two National Cemeteries in New Mexico. .

Arrangements are under the direction of

Berardinelli Family Funeral Service

1399 Luisa Street

Santa Fe, NM 87505

(505) 984-8600

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