Wendell was born Oct. He is survived by his wife Jo Affsprung; son Carl Affsprung; a brother and two sisters and grandson Christopher Affsprung. Wendell is preceded in death by his son Andrew Affsprung. Wendell lived in Roswell for more than thirty years and worked as a professor at New Mexico Military Institute.
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Prior to retirement, he worked at New Mexico Military Institute as a groundskeeper. Joe was a longtime member of Assumption Church, where he served as an usher. He loved going to the Joy Center to play pool. Joe liked playing his guitar and singing to his family and friends.
He enjoyed going to the casinos and deer hunting. Joe was deeply loved and will be profoundly missed, not only by his family and friends but by all those fortunate enough to have known him. Preceded: Joe was preceded in death by his beloved wife of thirty-three years, Lillie H. David is survived by his wife of 44 years, Rose Alexander; his daughter, Melissa, age 32; his son, Sean, age 24; his grandson, Asher, age 2; and his brother, Jerry, age David is preceded in death by his brothers, Bob and Bill; his sister, Pat; and his mother, Lois.
H e was born in Ada, Okla. He ed the Army at age 17 and served his country in the st, rd, and 82nd Airborne Army Divisions for more than 20 years. He served his country proudly in Vietnam during the Tet Offensive inand During his Vietnam deployment he earned the Bronze Star with valor for bravery in battle. During his time at NMMI, he coached the color guard team, organized and ran the annual drill meet and taught more than 2, cadets. His cadets loved him and many continued to keep in touch with him over the years.
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David was an extraordinary man who loved his family, served his country, and helped shape the lives of many young people. His favorite times were those he spent in the mountains, fishing with his family. He loved building things and working with his hands, telling jokes, debating politics and calf roping.
MAJ Glenn W. Askwig is survived by his wife of 35 years, Linda Askwig; son, Glenn W. Askwig was preceded in death by his parents, Glenn W. Askwig retired December from the U. Army after 20 years of service having served in the Vietnam Conflict. Leona E. Bacona loving mother and sister. When she was not teaching, her passion was making jewelry, crocheting and painting. She also enjoyed participating in craft shows. She was preceded in death by her parents and brother, William Edward Bacon.
She leaves to cherish her memory, her 3 sons, William Albert Thornton Jr. She loved life, her son, and her friends with a vivacity everyone counted on. Her home, especially her paintings, her cooking, and her stories, brought her birthplace, Roswell, New Mexico, to Houston.
She will be welcomed to heaven by angels in turquoise wings. Carla was born on October 1,to Karl J. Rohr and Josephine Bedell Rohr in St. She was brought home from the hospital to the family home on the grounds of New Mexico Military Institute, which had been founded by her great grandfather. About her teenage years, she spoke with fondness of the handsome cadets who had passed through NMMI in hopes of gaining admission to West Point or Annapolis.
There she met John Bagalay, an attorney in the firm, whom she later married. Shortly thereafter, she gave birth to Christopher.
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Though her marriage to John eventually dissolved, the friends she made early in her life, many of them Baker-Botts wives, remained part of her tight circle of like-minded women. What did they all like: books, movies, paintings, politics, Mexico, and New Mexico, among others.
As a single woman devoted to the fine arts, Carla worked in interior de firms and at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston. Always cocktails or wine. And then the meal, some elaborate affair that she had wanted to try for years and at last had the opportunity to cook for friends. She was fearless in the face of an untried recipe, perfectly willing to introduce a riff that was to her own taste.
On the other hand, If it was New Mexico food, which she made for a lifetime, she believed it had to be cooked just so. They are left to preserve her memory and New Mexico in Houston. His military decorations include a Belgian Fourragere, a U. Upon returning to civilian life, Mr.
Bailey enrolled at Vanderbilt University, where he received B. He was advanced to the rank of professor in A one-year leave of absence in enabled him to accept a John Simon Guggenheim memorial Fellowship and to accomplish post-doctoral research at repositories in Tennessee, Kentucky, and North Carolina. On August 5,Dr. Five of his nine surviving nieces and nephews reside in Mississippi, two in South Carolina, one in North Carolina, and one in Kentucky.
Christine Ruminer Batley84, took her final trip on Sunday, November 29,our tears and prayers carried her to the other shore where we know she was greeted with open arms by God and her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ along with all those she had loved and had already made the journey. She is no longer in pain. She was the 11th of 15 children. Her childhood was simple living in the woods with no running water and an outhouse. She would speak fondly of those times asswimming and fishing in the nearby creek and walking to the country store to get the mail.
Returning for family reunions was a joy for mama as she got to see her brothers, sisters and all of her nieces and nephews. Visiting the small country church at New Home where her family was buried always brought her peace. Family was everything to mama. After marrying our father at 16, mama would move whenever dad would get itchy feet to see someplace different.
She taught Sunday School classes, organized bake sales, cleaned the church, whatever needed to be done, she did with joy in her heart. Mama was a lifelong member of the Church of God. Andrews School and later at All Saints School. Mama raised 5 rowdy children whom she loved with all of her heart.
She was a tiny little thing but when she told you to do something you did it because she raised us to honor our parents. We think sweet tea runs in our veins.
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Her pinto beans, fried potatoes, cornbread and creamed tacos was a meal no one ever missed. Mama was preceded in death by her parents and all of her siblings expect for one sister.
She is survived by her sister, Marvene Simpson, of St. The family would like to thank Megan Brandt, FNP-C, who cared so lovingly for mama during the last 3 weeks of her life. Betty J. Sparkman France. She lived the majority of her life in Roswell, moving to Alamogordo in She graduated from Roswell High School with the Class of On Feb. She was an active member of Grace United Methodist Church, where she served on the finance committee and was the social coordinator for the Trinity Sunday school class, past member of the Kiwanis Club, member of the Alamogordo Elks Lodgepast district commissioner for the Boy Scouts of America, Conquistador Council and past secretary for Boy Scout Troop 72, as well as a volunteer at the American Cancer Society Cancer Resources Center.
She is survived by her husband of 43 years, Eddie P. Beagles Sr. Betty Smith, of Roswell, Eddie P. Richard Marchbanks Beagles Jr. Kira Smith, of Littleton, Colo. Jerry Lykins, of Roswell, as well as several nephews and nieces.
She was preceded in death by her parents and nephew, Johnny W. Marilyn Beaudry brought many babies into this world and raised five of her own. She raised them to be independent, caring, and loving adults. Born on April 15,in Cincinnati, Ohio, Marilyn lived down the street from the Cincinnati Incline, and slept to the sound of the trains passing by. She graduated from Withrow High School inand when given the choice of going to art school or nursing school, she chose the profession of caring for people.
She graduated from Christ Hospital Nursing School in Shortly thereafter, she was introduced to Donald Beaudry by a mutual friend when he was attending University of Cincinnati, studying Petroleum Geology. They married in Marilyn worked as a nurse from until she retired in the late s, and even after that, she volunteered at the hospital on a regular basis.
She specialized in Obstetrics, but worked for a while at the New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell, New Mexico, where, as she was fond of reporting, she cared for Roger Staubach once or twice during his years there, before his football career. She spent most of her life caring for other people: her five children, her aunt, her husband and her own father. She volunteered at St.